If you have an iPod you’re probably not always in front of your Linux PC listening to music using your favourite music player. That way you won’t have your last.fm profile page automatically updated with recently listened tracks. So what do you do?
Use can use last.fm Linux client to scrobble your ipod manually in three easy steps:
- Go to Tools –> Scrobble ipod
- Choose your ipod mount point (use df in a terminal if you don’t know what it is)
- Get a list of tracks and select which ones to scrobble
Note: last.fm is included in most Linux distros. Find more on the download page.