Ipod Linux

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Welcome to the home of the iPodLinux Project (https://sourceforge.net/projects/ipodlinux/)! iPodLinux is an open source venture into porting Linux onto the iPod (https://www.apple.com/ipod/). So far, we have successfully ported a customized uClinux (http://www.uclinux.org) kernel to the iPod, and written a simple user interface for it dubbed podzilla. Additional applications and modules have been written, adding many capabilities not found in Apple's firmware.

iPodLinux is currently safe to install on 1st, 2nd, and 3rd generation iPods. Software Development is currently on-going on later generations of iPod, including the fourth generation click wheel, mini, U2, Photo/Color, Nano, and Video. Donations always help when it comes to supporting new hardware.
Progress can be tracked on the Project Status page or the blog. We are unable to provide support for these newer iPods.

Quick Links

Official Installer
Install iPodLinux onto your iPod
Project Status
Check to see if your iPod is supported
Installation, Uninstallation
Frequently Asked Questions
Read this before asking questions
Something went wrong? With a little patience, it can be fixed!
The proper methods of contacting us
A complete list of registered podzilla modules
Change the appearance of podzilla

Recent SVN Activity

Items that are not officially supported have had some success with the devs, but you should only consider installing iPodLinux on those generations if you are an advanced computer user, preferably running Linux or Mac OS X. Ask questions about those iPods in moderation, and only if you know what you're doing. If you don't know what you're doing, we are free to ignore you.

Recent Forum Threads

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Recent Blogs (http://www.ipodlinux.org/blog)

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