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Re: Unable to read firewire id with gtkpod, fedora 7



On Wed, 2009-03-11 at 15:33 -0700, Craig White wrote:
> On Wed, 2009-03-11 at 15:26 -0700, Sean Nelson wrote:
> > Hello, I've never owned an Ipod before, but a friend of mine recently
> > gave me one as a present. It's a 8gig video Nano. I downloaded gtkpod
> > and installed it, and it reads the Ipod fine. I copied all of my files
> > onto my hard drive with it without a problem, but when I tried to
> > delete music off of it and add new files it wouldn't save the changes.
> > I got an error saying that is "unable to read my firewire id." I run
> > Fedora 7 (it works fine, and I've never cared enough to change). It's
> > probably something very simple to fix this problem, but I can't seem
> > to figure it out. Any thoughts?
> ----
> try 'unmounting' the directory (probably /media/NAME_OF_IPOD) and then
> disconnecting it. Then when you connect it again, it will probably
> automatically mount again.
> 
> I found that several versions of Fedora ago (perhaps F7, perhaps
> earlier), I ended up adding myself to /etc/sudoers and telling gtkpod to
> unmount the device when quitting.
----
found it...it was on Fedora 4

See thread in fedora list archives, "iPod on Linux?" from February 12,
2006

Craig


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