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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 ...


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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


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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 ...


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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?


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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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