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Install Linux on your IPod

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For those who have already installed Linux on their iPods before, here is the nano version. Everyone else, continue reading.

Download the latest kernel and podzilla from here. Download the special bootloader files from here. But, use the special make_fw from here. (Linux users, use the make_fw from the special bootloader files with "-3" instead of "-g nano") And lastly, download the Userland files..

Now, follow these directions. The only modifications you need to make to those directions are as follows:

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