On 07/13/2016 08:49 AM, Bastien Nocera wrote:
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> On 07/12/2016 05:01 AM, Bastien Nocera wrote:
>> Huh, the phone should still be getting mounted, but as a camera, and just
>> a camera, and you can remove photos there without botching the phone's
>> photo database.
>> That definitely works here.
> Yeah All I see are "documents on dusty's iphone" and it shows 4 apps
> that I have installed on my phone. The apps are random and have
> nothing to do with my pictures.
> Maybe I have a bad setup.
It should be a separate mount. Make sure you have gvfs-gphoto2 installed as well.
I did not have gvfs-gphoto2 installed. After installing it I now see
the separate mount. Thanks for your help!
Let me try to summarize. Can you please correct me if I'm wrong:
- Before (Fedora 22) I didn't need this because a "generic mount" of the
phone was supported.
- Now (Fedora 24) I need gvfs-gphoto2 installed to access pictures on
I have a custom install so I don't know the answer to this question:
- Is gvfs-gphoto2 get installed by default?
Thanks again for the help