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Why won’t iTunes run?

Question by Jacob: Why won’t iTunes run?
I’m trying to install iTunes on Ubuntu using Wine, and I keep getting the following error: iTunes was not installed correctly. Please reinstall iTunes. Error 7 (Windows error 126). How do I solve this? I have already tried reinstalling iTunes, to no avail…

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Answer by ratter_of_the_shire
Itunes just doesn’t work fully with WINE. To get some functionality you may have to extract out the .cab files and install them one by one.

Do two searches
WINEdb itunes
linux itunes alternatives.

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This three-year-old pizza won’t kill you

It’s the zombie apocalypse, and the only items on the menu are a year-old pizza and cockroach sashimi — which would you choose? Well, if that pepperoni-smattered pie came from the US Army’s Natick Labs, you’ve hit the jackpot. A team of food…

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EA Sports’ 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil won’t be coming to Xbox One or PlayStation 4

As is the case every four years, FIFA’s biggest football competition is about to take place. To celebrate the 2014 tournament, which will be played in Brazil, EA Sports is releasing a title to give fans a chance to virtually experience the World Cup…

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ION’s Road Warrior Bluetooth speaker won’t fit in your bag, costs $399 (hands-on)

ION Audio took to CES 2014 to reveal a number of new products, and the Road Warrior was among them. In typical trade show fashion, we thought it was only appropriate to stop by the company’s booth to check out its not-so-portable Bluetooth speaker. …

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The controversial case of GMO apples that won’t turn brown

Sliced apples that never cease looking fresh: that’s the promise from a Canadian company behind new apples that have been genetically engineered to retain their alluring color even after being cut open. But the apples, currently being evaluated for approval by the US Department of Agriculture, aren’t being lauded across the board. In fact, some producers and industry insiders worry that this particular modification takes GMO fruit one step too far.

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The controversial case of GMO apples that won’t turn brown

Sliced apples that never cease looking fresh: that’s the promise from a Canadian company behind new apples that have been genetically engineered to retain their alluring color even after being cut open. But the apples, currently being evaluated for approval by the US Department of Agriculture, aren’t being lauded across the board. In fact, some producers and industry insiders worry that this particular modification takes GMO fruit one step too far.

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BlackBerry founder Mike Lazaridis won’t pursue bid for company

BlackBerry founder Mike Lazaridis has severely reduced his ownership stake in the company, according to a report in The Wall Street Journal. The information comes from a regulatory filing made public on Tuesday, in which Laziridis said he won’t pursue a bid to buy the company, and as a result had cut his stake to roughly 4.99 percent of the ailing Canadian smartphone maker.

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South Korean court rules against Samsung, won’t ban iPhone and iPad

The latest development in Apple and Samsung’s patent battle is a new court ruling in the latter’s home country, and it’s going against Samsung. The Washington Post and Reuters report that in a case covering three Samsung patents, and Apple products …

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YouTube’s own subscription music service reportedly won’t show up this year

While rumors of its existence have increased in the last few weeks, reports of YouTube’s still-unofficial music service as been doing the rounds since, well, March. According to AllThingsD, however, the launch has been pushed back into early next …

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PlayStation 4 in Australia and Europe won’t get full PSN features at launch

PlayStation 4 What's New section

Sony has been rather successful in selling the PlayStation 4, to the point where the PlayStation Network has strained under the load. The company doesn’t want to worsen these problems with its PS4 launches in Australia, Europe and New Zealand, so it’s taking an unusual step: for the first few days after release in these areas, it’s disabling friend activity in both the What’s New and content info sections. Activity will come back once the initial frenzy is over, Sony says. The decision won’t make a big impact on gameplay when multiplayer and other core features will be available on day one, but it may catch a few players off-guard.

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