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1.- you have to install this libraries :

su -c 'yum -y install gcc gtkpod libgpod ifuse gvfs-afc libiphone libusbmuxd usbmuxd libusb libusb-devel libmobiledevice libmobiledevice-devel libiphone-devel usbmuxd-devel'

2.- Optionally, if you want to manage your Apple device from Linux directly (support less complete) you must install a player that allows to them. in GNOME install Rhythmbox and in KDE install Amarok. It is also important to mention that with the installation of required packages installed gtkpod, a management program for Apple devices in your system. You can try to see how it works for you.

3.- Apply the patch in the previos post... while the patch pass from testing and become fixed... If you'd like you can install the updated package using the following command:

su -c 'yum --enablerepo=updates-testing libimobiledevice'

1.- you have to install this libraries :

su -c 'yum -y install gcc gtkpod libgpod ifuse gvfs-afc libiphone libusbmuxd usbmuxd libusb libusb-devel libmobiledevice libmobiledevice-devel libiphone-devel usbmuxd-devel'

2.- Optionally, if you want to manage your Apple device from Linux directly (support less complete) you must install a player that allows to them. in GNOME install Rhythmbox and in KDE install Amarok. It is also important to mention that with the installation of required packages installed gtkpod, a management program for Apple devices in your system. You can try to see how it works for you.

3.- Apply the patch in the previos post... while the patch pass from testing and become fixed... If you'd like you can install the updated package using the following command:

su -c 'yum --enablerepo=updates-testing libimobiledevice'