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Contributed by: Some Desi, at 3/02/2005 12:13:00 PM.

Put Linux on your iPod. I have tried it.. and I have loved it! There two options for anyone willing to do that- easy and hard. 1.) Easy: If you own a mac, get the installer from here. 2.) Hard: If you want to get your hands dirty, then you should go here and read everything before you proceed. The first option can only be done from a mac, but the second option can be done from any platform (i.e. mac, linux, windows).
With linux on your iPod, you can perform the following:
1.) view images (not possible on 3G iPod normally)
2.) add/play more games on your iPod
3.) have a file brower, very similar to linux
4.) do some real development work for the Linux on iPod project ;)

iPod with Linux on it will be dual-bootable, so you have a choice to load Apple firmware or *the beautiful* tux. I have trued linux on my iPod when the project was in its early stages (without a proper display for the playing song), but I loved it at that time also. The project seems pretty stable now and I will definately try it out on this weekend.

(Please do read the supported models and all the instructions before you proceed)

Source: Me :)
(EASY) iPodLinuxInstaller: Link
(HARD) Podzilla (the original project): Link
Review: Linux on iPod
Screenshots: here and here

PS: although the above sites contain all the required info, let me know if I can be of any help!

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