Thank you for your answer, Oliver.
Rereading the man-pages I figured out why the downloads didn't work out
for me. I was using unix-like path-addresses (/Pictures/Picture1.jpg)
instead of using the -c flag to change the directory. This works fine now!
However, a few questions remain: When I use the -C flag (in order to
create a directory) like this:
> obexftp -b xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx -B 7 -c /Pictures -C Test
the mobile changes into the directory /Pictures, but fails to create Test
Sending /Bilder... Sending Bilder... done
Sending Test... Sending Test... failed: Test
Any ideas whats going wrong here?
Furthermore: Is it possible to get all files from a directory (say
pictures) by using a wildcard or do I have to download every file
Thank you in advance for any help!
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On Wed, 26 Jan 2005, Olivier Berger wrote:
> Franz Schenk <schenk@...> writes:
> > Dear List,
> > I am aware of some previous posts concerning the download-problem from a
> > t610.
> > This problem seems to be solved for some people. I have the same problems
> > with my t630 here (I can upload pictures, but cannot change / create
> > directories, cannot download pictures ect ...). I use the latest
> > debian-package from unstable (0.10.6-4), which helped some of you. But no
> > success here :-(
> > Does anybody have any idea what could be wrong with my setup? Or are the
> > problems due to differences between the t610 and the t630?
> > Any help is appreciated, thank you all in advance!
> Are you using BT or IrDA ?
> Can you download new Image(x).jpg pictures that you don't use for a
> contact photo, for instance a newly taken picture ?
> I experienced problems when over IrDA, which is strange because it
> worked with BlueTooth... and also it worked on .jpg files but not on
> the .gif ones (maybe because they're not in writable memory ?). Also
> the .jpg used for my contacts photos aren't downloadable too.
> I suspect there is still a problem with the read/write protection on
> certain files and that there is also a need for some OBEX parameters
> on the files (and not only on the directories, which parameters the
> patch dealt with).
> I didn't take time to dig into the specs and code :(
> Hope this helps anyway.
> Best regards,