I've been a Windows user for years, but have recently switched over to Ubuntu on one of my machines. I'd like to get my music library (gradually accumulated for the last few years) out of iTunes on my Windows machine and over to my Ubuntu one.
I have an iPhone, but am not worried about syncing that with the Ubuntu machine; from all that I've seen that's not possible now anyway. I'll continue to sync that with my Windows machine. I mostly just want to be able to listen to my music on both machines.
edited to add: I definitely did not explain this well. I have two separate machines, one desktop, at home, running Windows XP, on which I have my music, and a different machine, an Unbutu laptop, that travels with me between work, school, and business trips. The two computers are only occasionally connected via LAN.
I suppose I'm not sure exactly what question I'm asking either. I would like recommendations for a good Ubuntu music player, as well as suggestions for how to go about moving the music in an organized fashion. Should I just copy the files? Is there a music program that can import the music from a LAN-connected machine and organize it along the way? Part of my goal is to organize the hodgepodge of music folders years of iTunes has left me. If I'm very lucky I'll be able to move the music files from iTunes' F01-F23 folder naming scheme into something more useful.