As for the protected AAC files you might have bought from the i Tunes store—well, forget about playing those back on Linux.
Nevertheless, these playback support limits shouldn't prove to be a problem—you can still add regular or protected AAC files to playlists, copy them to your hard disk, and delete them from your i Pod in Linux.
This tutorial walk you through how to install Oracle Virtual Box in Ubuntu 16.04 LTS headless server.
Also this tutorial describes how to manage the Virtual Box headless instances using a php Virtual Box, a web-based front-end tool for Virtual Box.
Because of that, there is likely to be the occasional odd moment while working with your i Pod.
This excerpt covers using your i Pod with Ubuntu and it is full of tips, tricks, and helpful pointers.
We need to create and add our system user to the vboxusers group.
You can either create a separate user and assign it to vboxusers group or use the existing user.
Now, go to your client system and open the web browser of your choice. The default username for php Virtual Box is admin and its password is admin too. Now you can manage your Virtual Box headless instances from here. Select the virtual machine from the main interface and click Start to install guest OS. If you find this guide useful, please share it on your social networks and support us.
Also, You can access the php Virtual Box from any system in the same network.