----- Original Message -----
> On 07/09/2016 12:04 AM, Peter Robinson wrote:
>>> In older Fedora (at least Fedora 22) I could easily mount my ihphone
>>> in Nautilus. I could click on it in the left hand side of the File
>>> Manager and it would mount.
>>> I am having trouble getting this same behavior in Fedora 24. Can
>>> someone verify this works or does not work for them? You should be
>>> able to verify this with Fedora 24 + Gnome + iphone + iphone cable.
>> Support is provided by gvfs-afc through the libimobiledevice stack,
>> the later hasn't really changed since F-22 when the 1.2.0 version
>> fixed up support for the new iOS devices, upstream have confirmed that
>> iOS 10 works with that version too , so not sure what might have
> Hey Peter, thanks for responding.
> So things "work" just not as they used to. I can still mount the
> files from the iphone if I use idevicepair and ifuse as described
> at http://www.dedoimedo.com/computers/fedora-22-iphone.html
> The problem is when I'm using nautilus I used to just be able to click
> on the iphone in the left hand side menu and it would mount the files
> and I could browse around. Now I see a similar item in the menu but
> all I see are "Documents on Dusty's iPhone" and it lists out a few
> that are installed on my phone, but it doesn't give me any option to
> mount and browse files.
Well there's been no change lower down the stack since F-22 and the
core functionality seems to be working. That indicates it's either 1)
a change in iOS version that has impacted this (I've no idea about
this) or a change in the way gvfs deals with iOS/afc which looking at
changelogs for 1.28 could be the case . The one of interest seems
to be commit 0b68656
Yup. The "normal" mount contains nothing that normal users should access.
Accessing the photos will leave ghosts on the device, and there have been no
ways to update the music database in Linux for a few iOS releases.
You can still access the device by editing the URL in the "Documents on..."
location. Just remove the ":3" at the end.
If you have use cases that aren't the 2 mentioned above, or using your iDevice
as a thumb drive, please file bugs against gvfs in the upstream GNOME Bugzilla.