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Really this answer will consist of two parts: mounting as storage mounting over PTP mounting as storage It's just same as any other USB it will be mounted under the directory /media mounting as PTP To mount as PTP you probably need a package called gphotofs sudo apt-get install gphotofs When you connect over PTP, gphotofs will be responsible for ...
Maybe the following link might be of some help. To view the path to the device file you may need to mount it first. http://technicalworldforyou.blogspot.com/2013/04/how-to-mount-unmount-and-format-usb-pen.html
The root cause of this problem was cached (hashed) entries in the bash lookup table. bash hashes command paths to avoid expensive lookups. My thanks to @muru for pointing me in the right direction. What I did to resolve the problem was to use the command export $PATH$ which worked for me. Further research indicates that you can find out if the path is ...
You can list files installed by a package using dpkg --listfiles. For example: dpkg --listfiles cuda This should find all the files the package installed, from which you can find the include files. How do I get a list of installed files from a package?
UDisks2 uses D-Bus "objects". These are essentially paths to data structures. Here's how the manual puts it: The process that owns the well-known D-Bus name org.freedesktop.UDisks2 on the system bus (typically udisksd) exports an object at the well-known path /org/freedesktop/UDisks2. This object implements the org.freedesktop.DBus.ObjectManager ...
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