Quote neorabid
yep same way you SSH everything else, only thing is it wont be named all nice and pretty itunes uses a filing system that it stores music under names like BDJK.mp3 & GZET.m4a and stores them in folders starting with F00 and so on.

File Directory for music on iPhone is:
/var/mobile/Media/iTunes_Control/Music
thats too complicated for my lil brain this is what i do works fine

Trick the library One option is to trick your iPhone into thinking that it's connecting with the same library on both computers.



The easiest way to do this on two Macs is to copy the files
iTunes Music Library.xml
"iTunes Library"
from /Users/[your username]/Music on the Mac your iPhone is synced with to the same folder on the secondary Mac (the one on which the music is greyed out).



On two Windows systems, copy the files
tt>iTunes Music Library.xml
iTunes Library.itl
from \Documents and Settings\[your username]\My Documents\My Music\ under Windows XP or 2000, or \Users\[your username]\Music\ under Windows Vista on the primary synced machine to the respective (same-named) folders on the secondary systems.
This is a simple fix that works for many users, but it can cause other issues down the road. If you run into any issus after applying this procedure, you can rebuild your iTunes library via the instructions in this article.


here is the full article link http://reviews.cnet.com/8301-19512_7-10142345-233.html

MAKE SURE YOU CLOSE ITUNES WHILE YOU DO THIS AND ALSO AFTER THE MOD IS DONE YOU WILL HAVE TO UPDATE YOU ITUNES LIBRARY AGAIN

can a mod make this a sticky plz?
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