Switched from OS X, to Windows, and (soon) to Ubuntu... I'm still trying to figure all this out, so please be gentle. I'm going to keep Windows 8, but I want to install Ubuntu on a separate SSD as my main OS. However, I use iTunes to manage my music library, and to sync my iPhone/iPad... How do I do this in Ubuntu? Is there a music program/app that works like iTunes? I just want to preserve all the metadata (name, artist, etc.), and be able to sync my devices through Ubuntu. Is this possible? I don't want to run any virtualization software (i.e., the music program should natively support Linux). This might be too much to ask, but would I be able to keep my music files in the existing iTunes folder? I have the music files saved on an external HDD, so it would be nice if I could access my music in iTunes when I have to use Windows (mainly for work stuff). Of course, I could boot into Windows every time I need to sync my devices, but that's a major PIA. iTunes seems to be the only bump in the road for this transition... Any help would be GREATLY appreciated!