[ILUG] Some Problems With openSUSE 10
tony at vroon.org
Mon Feb 20 22:31:49 GMT 2006
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> My Zen Sleek mp3 player is recognised as a removable hard drive
> when put into that mode but isn't seen as a music player with all
> its tracks. Any suggestions?
You will want to use a program based on libnjb to have access to the
actual music library:
Be sure not to update to MTP/PlaysForSure firmware as this protocol is
not yet supported. Gphoto2 is making progress but last I checked it's
not quite there yet. (Yes, photo. You read that correctly. MTP is
surprisingly similar to PTP)
> A third different problem (sorry about all this).
> I created a FAT partition to share with winXP on my laptop but
> openSUSE can't write to it says I've no permission, how do I change
> this? I think this is something to do with the settings in
> /etc/fstab/ but not sure.
> Here's my fstab for info:
> /dev/hda6 /windows/D vfat
> users,gid=users,umask=0002,utf8=true 0 0
This is strange, really. You have an umask set that should help
against that. I remember umask=000 on my last VFAT partition, though.
Note that UTF8 support on a VFAT partition is normally not something
you want as it will make the filesystem case sensitive. This can yield
strange results in windows, which is not case sensitive. (Well, it
actually does a very strange combination of caring and not caring, but
it's not flat out case sensitive, at any rate)
> Appreciate any help you can give me.
Hope it helps.
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