Hi, FUSEPod seems to be the right thing for my project. I am doing an embedded device that shall be able to read and write Ipod's. When trying the FUSEPod out on my PC with Ubuntu 6.10 I get into problems:
Mounting the /media/ipod works fine with the command "fusepod ~/ipod". I have got the IPOD_DIR env variable pointing at /media/ipod.
1) To be able to list the contents of my ~/ipod directory I am forced to use "sudo ls ipod". Why do I need to use the sudo command?
2) Copying a file to the ~/ipod/Transfer directory works OK. But why can't I see the copied file with the ls command?
3) When running "sudo ~/ipod/sync_ipod.sh" I get the error message: "sudo: /home/anders/ipod/sync_ipod.sh: command not found". Why? The sync_ipod.sh script exists.
Still I am impressed about this software and hope I can get real use of it in my device.
You need to make sure you run it like this: ~/ipod/./sync_ipod.sh
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