As you can see in the mails below, you are not alone in this position, but for now we don't get answers for our questions.

Anyway you can use your ipod nano 6g with virtualbox, who can emulate an virtual windows machine and support USB connector.

Mathieu

On 26/12/2011 02:39, William Ricks wrote:
Gtkpod Development Team

This Christmas I got an iPod Nano Gen. 6. When I tried to Sync it to my computer running Ubuntu (10.04) via Rhythmbox (0.12.8) it didn't work. I did research, and found that gtkpod doesn't support 6th gen. Nanos yet. Do you know how soon support will be added? I cannot use my iPod until it is, because I have no other computer. Thank you for your time.

                              
                                                                                            Sincerely, William Ricks
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Hello All;

I find myself in the same position as Mathieu when it comes to libgpod support for the nano 6g. As I understand it, Apple changed the way that iTunes computes the library checksum on the 6g nano (and others) and that is why libgpod no longer works. Is someone currently working the super fun task of reverse engineering the hash-generation function? What can I do to help.

I am a SW engineer as well.

Joe

On Sun, Dec 18, 2011 at 3:41 PM, Mathieu Westphal <mathieu.westphal@gmail.com> wrote:
Hello everybody

I'm currently a owner of an ipop nano 6g (the touching one) and a
software engineer.

As i can understand, this version is not currently suppported?

Why this model make problems?
Is there people working on it? if so, do we have a chance to get this
feautre in the future.

And the most important? How can I help? Can i contribute to the source?
i'm pretty noob about any iDevice programming.

Hope not disturbing you all.

Mathieu Westphal

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