i tried to connect whit this key on opensuse 11.3 but i can't the device is recognized i start to connect it and the system show me "activating" but the light never comes blue , it's always green and it's impossible go to internet i use kde..
This will allow you to use iphones' data plan as a wireless access point. Currently setup instructions are only posted for windows/mac using a helper app to configure the laptop. Here are the instructions I followed to setup iphonemodem2 to work under Fedora 10: Download iPhoneModem2 from a jailbroken iphone using Cydia. Create a new wireless network on Fedora with the following settings:
a) SSID = "iPhoneModem" b) Mode = Ad-hoc c) IPv4 Method = Automatic (DHCP)
Connect laptop and iphone to new wireless network. Start iphonemodem app on iphone. The "traffic" does not update; the "status" says "Wrong Wifi Network"; and the signal strength says 0%. However, the network connection should be there as long as you have a data signal to your service provider.
I just installed Linux Mint Debian Edition on my friend's laptop. The biggest problem is getting his iPhone 4 to mount. On libimobiledevice.org it shows a cool video of a guy managing his iPhone with Linux thanks to libimobiledevice. libimobiledevice.org also says libimobiledevice supports the iPhone 4. But when he plugs it in, he gets an error that says:
Quote: Unable to mount location: Unhandled Lockdown error (-5) It's a serious issue and needs to be resolved ASAP. ***EDIT*** If this is a hardware topic, any mods can feel free to move it.
I'm trying to mount my NAS device via NFS with suse 11.1, but up to now it failed. The NAS does support NFS, but it requires a UID and a user name and up to now I could not figure out the correct nfs mount options for that.
If I just make mount 192.168.0.2:/nas1 /mnt a get the error message "mount.nfs: access denied by server while mounting 192.168.0.2:/nas1". So can somebody please tell me the correct options for user name and user id which the mount should use. And, preferable the correct entry for the etc/fstab file to make this mount being executed automatically during startup. I studied the mount(8) and nfs manpages several times, but I do still have no idea how to make it.
I have behringer UCA202 usb card, after plug to usb, it just works , I have only small problem with alsamixer, which still shows by default my integrated HDA Intel, I could switch it by F6 or by alsamixer -c 1no problem, but I expect that default card is now plugged "USB audio", so why alsamixer recognize default audio device as HDA intel and not a USB Audio ?anyone who has two or more sound cards with the same issue ?
It's not possible to mount external USB (ntfs) disks with a non-root user using the Device Notifier or Dolphin. The error is:
Could not mount the following device: MyBook 2
org.freedesktop.UDisks.Error.PermissionDenied: Authentication is required
It is a permission problem; running Dolphin under root and clicking the USB disk mounts it without problems. The same should be possible to an ordinary user. The Update Applet does not work for the same reason (I can only install updates using yast).
Of course, I googled the error and there were a number of possible solutions, which I all tried. That includes allowing the action in the policy and adding the user in AdminIdentities local-authority. The file /usr/share/polkit-1/actions/org.freedesktop.udisks.policy contains "yes" for every option. Needless to say it doesn't make sense and I'm out of options.
I built a new pc and want to have Suse again. Unfortunately Suse installation does not recognize my CD/DVD device. So I boot from DVD select installation and a few moments later there's a popup 'make sure cd number 1 is in your drive'. I also did try to load other kernel modules but nothing helps. The only drive which is always recognized is floppy drive.
Here are some details about my system: Asrock P55M Pro board, Intel P55 chipset, 2 SATA HDD's, IDE NEC 2510 DVD writer, BIOS is set to AHCI due to Windows.
I tried following: Use Suse DVD 11.0, 11.2, x86 or x64 Set BIOS to AHCI, IDE (compatible), IDE (enhanced) DVD writer NEC was used in my former pc and did install 11.0 without probs.
Installing from HDD is new to 11.2 thus I copied the DVD to a directory. During Installation I can select the correct partition but suse is not able to find repositories.(?)
Unbuntu doesn't recognize my IPhone 3GS. I get the error message: "Unable to Mount Don" (no wisecracks "DBus error org.freedesktop.DBus.Error.NoReply: Message did not receive a reply (timeout by message bus)"
I tried all 3 USB ports on my laptop with the same results. My IPhone has a message that says: "Charging not supported with this accessory" Does anyone have a fix for this?
I recently installed ubuntu and noticed somewhere that it says "Now you can say ubuntu has iDevice support out of the box". Naturally i tried, resulting in a music library with all the album artwork mixed up. I've tried to sync a couple of times, even added the repository for libimobiledevice and searched for the newest version (said it was already installed). When trying to sync with banshee (or rythmbox), it says syncing on my screen and on my iphone's screen. After syncing, my iphone updates the library, no new music is discovered. I can also add that banshee discovers 100 extra songs on my iphone.
I found a script online to mount the iphone with gtkpod iPod manager but still could not mount the iPhone as it said certain files weren't in my media file. Anyway laptop was perfect last night when I closed down.
Started up today with the message "the disk drive for /media/iPod is not ready yet or not present" and gives me the options: continue to wait - which does Nothing, press s to skip mounting which you hear the drums and then crashes or m for manual recovery- not sure what to do when I get here.
So I have ubuntu 10.04 installed on an ibook g4 1.2 ghz powerpc with 256 mb ram. Yeah I know kinda funny given all the lack of future support but it works nonetheless. I can't get my 1st gen iphone (3.1.3) to mount. It is however recognized from the cli Bus 001 Device 002: ID 05ac:1290 Apple, Inc. iPhone what should i do? I have a partition of mac os x 10.4.11 installed which also doesn't recognize the device (leopard is required).
I have all the modules and mobile device libraries installed from ubunutu software center but still I can't get it to mount. Are there any commands i should try? I'm still a complete novice at the command line.
Just had to replace the hard drive on my wife's iPod Classic 6th Generation. Now I cannot mount the device. It works fine on Windows and Mac computers. I have tried formating it on both Windows and Mac, I've done restores through Itunes on both. Here is what I get in my /var/log/messages
I have an iPhone 3GS that was mounting a couple of weeks ago but now does not. Looking in /mnt I see a folder for the phone but the folder is empty. Phone is listed when I perform
Code: steveneddy@machine:~$ mount /dev/sda1 on / type ext4 (rw,errors=remount-ro) proc on /proc type proc (rw,noexec,nosuid,nodev) none on /sys type sysfs (rw,noexec,nosuid,nodev) none on /sys/fs/fuse/connections type fusectl (rw) none on /sys/kernel/debug type debugfs (rw) none on /sys/kernel/security type securityfs (rw) none on /dev type devtmpfs (rw,mode=0755) [Code].....
Also of note - I took a couple of photos off of the phone at work using an XP machine - just browsing the folder in Explorer, no iTunes. I believe this is where the trouble started. I will monitor this thread the best I can through the week and weekend - I will do my best to post any terminal output or commands at the earliest possible opportunity.
I was quite pleased to see that Ubuntu 11.04 now loads and reads the contents of my iPhone 3GS. (Once I connect the phone to my netbook, Shotwell and Banshee would recognize the cell-phone and give me options to manage my data.Alas, that joy has been very short-lived. As of the most recent updates, something appears to have 'broken' this functionality. [TODAY's DATE: Monday, 30 May, 2011],
Now when I connect the phone Nautilus fails to mount it, and I consistently get the same error message: "DBus error org.freedesktop.DBus.Error. NoReply:Message did not receive a reply (timeout by message bus)"
Decided to migrate my laptop entirely to ubuntu 9.10 karmic, Everything has gone well.Managed to sort my home network out and also setup a remote desktop connection to home server running windows 7 ultimate 64 bit.I am having a complete nightmare with my iphone, I can plug it in and I get a camera icon on my desktop and the picture directory is mounted.I cannot connect it to GTKPod.I have tried searching for the usb rules in /etc/fstab/ but I am confused as to wether its reading it or my usb?dmesg produces this?
Code: [ 960.692439] usb 2-1: USB disconnect, address 2 [ 3402.628071] usb 2-1: new high speed USB device using ehci_hcd and address 3
With Lucid Lynx, connecting is now a sintch. Obviously someone had the great idea of making another iPhone, thus making me spend more money. Question is: anyone have any problems connecting to Lucid with their new iPhone 4? I'd like to know about technical problems, if there are any, or good experiences in bringing music or (insert other functionality here) from Ubuntu into the iPhone.
I have a machine with a fresh install of fc14. When I first created the machine about 3 weeks ago I could attache my iPhone 3GS and FC14 (gnome) would detect it and I could use shotwell and rhythmbox fine. Ya!
Now as of about 1.5 weeks ago, when I plug in my phone I get a pop up with : Unable to mount Brian's iPhone DBus error org.freedesktop.DBus.Error.NoReply: Message did not receive a reply (timeout by message bus) dmesg doesn't show any errors, just that an iPhone was attached. Is this just me or are others seeing this? Any ideas as to what might be wrong?
I've been looking around at how to set up a VPN server on an Ubuntu box that I can connect to from wherever from an iPhone.What I'm looking for is something like this: [URL]but it did not work (Connecting errored out).I've heard of OpenVPN, but will that allow me to directly connect from my iPhone to my home network?
I'm having some trouble using my iPhone 3Gs with Ubuntu--specifically, Ubuntu doesn't seem to be detecting when I connect the phone at all. I don't have a password on the phone, so that shouldn't be causing the problem, and a friend of mine who also uses Ubuntu (same version) has been able to connect my phone to his computer.