|author||Jonathan Beck||2009-03-28 12:44:30 +0100|
|committer||Matt Colyer||2009-03-31 08:12:23 -0700|
Update README. Filesystem type is fuse.ifuse and not ifuse.
Diffstat (limited to 'README')
1 files changed, 13 insertions, 6 deletions
@@ -35,22 +35,29 @@ Now comes the fun bit!
- mount -t ifuse <device file> <mountpoint> (if installed to /sbin)
+ mount -t fuse.ifuse <device file> <mountpoint> (if installed to /sbin)
./mount.fuse.ifuse <device file> <mountpoint> (for local access)
-Note: the device file is not important and can be anything but it will show up
-in the mtab, so sometimes it's useful.
+ The device file is not important and can be anything but it will show up
+ in the mtab, so sometimes it's useful.
+ If you mount your device as regular user, system migth complain that file
+ /etc/fuse.conf is not readable. It means you do not belong to the 'fuse'
+ group (see below).
+To unmount either do:
+ fusermount -u <mountpoint>
Currently ifuse (via the AFC protocol) only gives access to the
'/var/root/Media/' chroot on the iPhone (containing music/pictures). However,
if the device has been jailedbreaked a full view of the iPhone's filesystem
will be available with the following command
- ./mount.fuse.ifuse --afc <device file> <mountpoint>
+ ./mount.fuse.ifuse --afc2 <device file> <mountpoint>
==== Setting up FUSE ====
@@ -83,4 +90,4 @@ mailing list: