How to connect my ipod?
On Sat, Jan 09, 2010 at 11:13:56AM +0100, Joost Kraaijeveld wrote:
> I got a brand new toy, an iPod classic 160 GB, for my birthday today.
> When I connect I can see it through Nautilus. But depending on the mood
> of my machine (?) it is mounted as /dev/sdd, /dev/sde of whatever sd* it
> sees fit at /media/usb0 or /media/usb1 if I happened to have a
> usb-memory stick in my machine.
> Is it possible to let the iPod appear consistently at /media/ipod so
> that I can use it with GtkPod, which expects it to be at that mount
> point (or any other consistent mount point I guess)? If so, how does one
> do that using Debian Squeeze?
udev + fstab
You should write an udev rule for making something like /dev/ipod when a
device is connected to the computer. And then write line like next in the fstab:
/dev/ipod /media/ipod vfat noauto,sync,users 0 0
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