transferring photos from Slackware to iPhone 5?
I am running Slackware64-14.0 with the generic 3.2.29 kernel.
I installed ifuse and libimobiledevice and managed to mount iPhone 5
under /media/iPhone. I can see the iPhone directory structure under /media/iPhone.
However, I do not know how to transfer pictures from my laptop to the iPhone. I tried directly copying photos to the Photos subfolder of the iPhone, but I cannot see the photos from the iPhone. I open the Fotos application, but nothing is to be seen there.
Is transferring of files to the iPhone actually possible? Gtkpod is not an option, because it does not support iPhone 5 still, and iTunes has still no Linux version.
In slackware, connected to your home router:
/etc/rc.d/rc.sshd start (chmod +x if needed)
run ifconfig and note your IP
On iphone 5:
ssh in & do an sftp?
works on android.
OK, I DO NOT use iPhone!!! :D
But I think following MAY help :hattip:
attach the phone to the computer
change to root
# ls /dev/sdb*
# fdisk -l
# mount -t hfs /dev/sdb(x) /mnt
-> if hfs is not viable, use hfsplus instead :banghead:
-> where (x) is the partition of your iPhone where user's data is stored...For more information follow the link below
Probably it is 3.
Now you have got it mounted, copy anything as usual
download my pictures and and music from the PC. Thank You very much again!
I'm no iphone person, but I'm sure there is an app to do it if the system doesn't.
First time for sshd in slackware, you may have to generate keys.
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