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accepted Where did the menu bar clock go?
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asked Where did the menu bar clock go?
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revised Where are MTP mounted devices located in the filesystem?
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accepted Where are MTP mounted devices located in the filesystem?
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comment Where are MTP mounted devices located in the filesystem?
I forgot this is StackExchange and I can just do it myself. Thanks again!
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comment Where are MTP mounted devices located in the filesystem?
I am (or was) on vanilla 13.04. Phone runs CM 10.2 nightly. I added ppa:langdalepl/gvfs-mtp to my sources and now it works as expected! Thank you, if you edit your answer to say to run sudo add-apt-repository ppa:langdalepl/gvfs-mtp first I'll accept it.
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comment Where are MTP mounted devices located in the filesystem?
The path /DCIM/Camera/ exists on my phone, but in the terminal it is called /2404/2407/. That's the problem. If I cd into /2404/2407/ and run nautilus ., then /DCIM/Camera/ is opened. The phone is unlocked, otherwise I wouldn't be able to access it via Nautilus, right?
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comment Where are MTP mounted devices located in the filesystem?
Thank you for your answer. Unfortunately, it doesn't work because the actual folder names (e.g. /DCIM/Camera/) are only visible in Nautilus, not the terminal. Thus, $Path/DCIM/Camera is not accessible with rsync.