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so it seems that some iriver fanatics at http://www.misticriver.net have actually gotten the iRiver T10 to work using gphoto2. It just pretends to be a camera. According to this post ...
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    iRiver T10 via gphoto2


    so it seems that some iriver fanatics at http://www.misticriver.net have actually gotten the iRiver T10 to work using gphoto2. It just pretends to be a camera. According to this post everythis is working well.

    This is good news. I was quite peeved when I bought one of these things and found they'd abandoned UMS. The bastards caved to Microshite's will.

    Anyway, I've installed the latest gphoto2 and dependencies and I can actually access the thing now directly through konqueror. Great!! But, I cannot write to it. Not sure why. gphoto2 --debug spits out pages and pages of uninteligible crap.

    Maybe there's some setting required to write (not a common thing to do with a camera)?

    I don't really expect anyone will have any ideas but it's worth asking. Also, since this is a fairly recent development, I thought other unhappy iRiver users might be interested.
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    i'm not quite sure how gphoto2 accesses the device, but if it mounts it like a storage device and reads from it you might be able to mount it manualy and write to it.

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    gphoto2 functions as a command line interface. I don't believe it allows you to actually mount a device. Or am I wrong about that?

    ps. I've noticed that you've been answering several of my recent posts. Thanks for all the help.
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    you can find out by executing mount with no arguments.

    ps: no problem

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