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Linux Mint 17.1 Cinnamon 64-bit or a recent Ubuntu/Debian distribution. sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install mtp-tools Unplug the USB cable and reconnect your Android device. The Android device should now be recognised as expected. If you are still having problems, please try the following. Check if you have other MTP software installed, run the ...
I install Android to USB with the .iso file and a USB boot maker program (rufus). There are 2 ways: use 2 USB and use 1 USB only. 2 USB: reboot computer > boot with USB > open Install to harddisk > push in the second USB > re detect > ... 1 USB: you will need Acronis to split the USB after make a USB boot My USB is 2GB. After make it bootable, I split to ...
If you are behind a proxy that only permits traffic on ports 80 and 443 then you cannot expect it to forward traffic that uses other ports. You would need to be able to bypass the proxy, for example by using your mobile network or perhaps tunnel through it with an https-aware VPN tunnel such as OpenVPN.
Use git fetch --quiet. In order to implement progress meter git uses setitimer() which in turn causes frequent SIGALRMs to be delivered. sshfs doesn't handle them very well, causing either Interrupted system call or File exists errors depending on the timing and command. The problem is timing-dependent and gets worse with larger repositories.
A reasonable way is to run an ssh server on your phone. This does require your phone to be on the net, however. That is what I am currently doing, but only to copy files from my android phone to my computer. The SSH implementation I am using is SimpleSSHD. The instructions on that site should suffice for you to run SimpleSSHD on your phone. It is also on ...
gphoto2://… is a URL, not a file name. Most programs expect file names, not URLs. In order to access a file, it needs to be on a mounted filesystem. Android devices normally expose their filesystem via MTP. There are a couple of filesystems over MTP; see the Arch Wiki for some pointers. Look if your distribution has one of them packaged. Alternatively, if ...
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