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Take a look at this article to see if it will give you what you need. I haven't tried it yet, as I was looking at tethering which involves compiling some kernel drivers, but I don't think you'll need it for just accessing the contents. Good luck!
When the system is not verbose about attaching a new USB device, you can always check the output of dmesg to see if the attached new USB device being detected. For accessing the storage on an IOS device, you will need the gtkpod-aac package (That is it's name in Debian/Ubuntu), other distros may use a different name. See this TechRepublic article, has some ...
Apple works pretty hard to make sure that this can only be done through their tools, and they do not release iTunes for linux. The hacks that sometimes allow it to work under wine are usually short lived. The only way to do this without eating your head off and probably failing anyway is to use windows through an emulator such as VirtualBox, install a quick ...
Diego Diagio created an iPhone kernel module called "ipheth". It will be available in the kernel with version 2.6.34. This module will register your phone as a network interface and you can simply use it with your dhcp-client or network manager. Set up the Ubuntu Repository: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:pmcenery/ppa sudo apt-get update Install the ...
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