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Month: October 2020

[trinity-users] Re: MTP again

From: Felmon Davis <ml-migration-agent@...>
Date: Thu, 29 Oct 2020 21:27:04 +0100 (CET)
On Thu, 29 Oct 2020, Sl�vek Banko via tde-users wrote:

> On Thursday 29 of October 2020 19:10:56 Felmon Davis wrote:
>> On Thu, 29 Oct 2020, Dr. Nikolaus Klepp wrote:
>>> Just for checking: Does MTP allow delete/create on the same machine
>>> with the same phone but a different tool?
>> I downloaded go-mtpfs from the repository, attached a Samsung J3 by
>> usb and mounted it. I had to go sudo even to see the directories; I
>> did a 'sudo mv' on a file and it worked.
>> I just opened Konqueror and strangely it doesn't even show the
>> mountpoint. I don't understand that. I guess it's not really treated
>> like a normal mountpoint.
>> I may have missed the sense of the thread; must access happen via
>> Konqueror?
>> I would also make sure of the quality of the usb cable.
>> fjd
> Hi Felmon,
> why are you doing this through sudo? By default, fuse filesystems are only
> available to the person who mounted them. So when you use sudo, the fuse
> files system is mounted by root => is unavailable to the user.
> Cheers

you're right of course. must have been automatic from doing 'sudo 
mount ....'.

now it also shows up in Konqueror and I can move files though maybe in 
only one direction. seems I can move off the phone but not onto it, 
whether to the ssd card or to the phone's storage.

"cp: cannot create regular file 'mnt/Card/check-in.pdf': Function not 

Konqueror just says "could not write...."

probably some limitation of 'go-mtpfs', perhaps.


Felmon Davis

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