I have read everything I can find but I've never once had my iphone
auto-mount. Regardless, it is recognized by gtkpod. I ended up creating a
mount point and mounting the phone with ifuse, and that seems to work fine,
but with the phone not mounted I get a message "ipod directory structure not
found" and asks if I would like to create it. If I try to create it, I get
the incomplete message "Error Initializing iPod: Can't write iPod database
because of missing"
A look at the terminal I ran gtkpod from gives message "Couldn't find get
device UUID itdbprep processing won't work!" & "WARNING **: Trying to unlock
an already unlocked device"
When I look at the directory it found after it fails, (I assume from mtab)
it does have what looks to be the directories gtkpod created.
After this I tried to mount the phone with ifuse first. I get the same
message about directory structure and tell it to proceed, but it fails this
time with a different message that I can't recreate. On a second try I get
the same incomplete message from before. I do get some different info from
the terminal though..
libitdbprep: itdb_iphone_start_sync called with uuid=xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
itdb_iphone_start_sync: posted syncWillStart
itdb_iphone_start_sync: posted syncLockRequest
Locking for sync, attempt 0...
Locking for sync, attempt 1...
Locking for sync, attempt 2...
Locking for sync, attempt 3...
Locking for sync, attempt 4...
Locking for sync, attempt 5...
Locking for sync, attempt 6...
Locking for sync, attempt 7...
Locking for sync, attempt 8...
Locking for sync, attempt 9...
Locking for sync, attempt 10...
itdb_iphone_start_sync: posted syncDidStart
libitdbprep: itdb_iphone_stop_sync called
itdb_iphone_stop_sync: posted syncDidFinish
I have all the latest packages installed via pmcenery/ppa.
Xubuntu 10.04 (Lucid) 2.6.32-32-generic SMP i686 GNU/Linux
Xfce 4 Desktop Environment - version 4.6.1 (Xfce 4.6)
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