OK OK OK so you all knew this question would come sooner or later…and sure…maybe somewhere this question has been answered. I couldn’t find it.
Here is my question. I want to get the new iPhone. My concern is not necessarily to sync my music to it, but to make sure it is up to date with the latest and greatest. Is there a way in SuSE to do that???
Am I completely missing the boat here and that option need not apply? IE, updates over WiFi?
I have heard that when you connect (sync) with SuSE for media it acts like an external HDD. If so, I should just be able to drag and drop and then sort in the phone…right?
Lemmie know cuz I really want to get my hands on one and use it with SuSE…it is my default desktop after all…
DenverD wrote, On 08/06/2008 08:12 AM:
> the question remains: i have a computer which runs openSuSE Linux
> only, if i buy an iPhone can i link to it and do the all the same
> things a person with other operating systems can do, out of the box?
No need to “hack” or jailbreak the iDevice. openSUSE 11.3 will natively work with iPhone/iPod Touch and iPad devices. Until then one can install related 11.2 packages using the 1-click installer. Read more information and watch a video of the functionality here.
Given all the bad press that Apple have received for their iEverythings, it would would be a rather chilly day in Hell before I would even consider buying one. The fanbois would have you believe that Apple are the saviour of the universe and it is only heretics and luddites who don’t support them but, given the increasing need for Apple to completely control all the software that goes anywhere near their stuff, I think that they are totally suffocating innovation in all manner of areas. Jobs make Bill Gates look like a fluffy bunny.