Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 235449
libmtp 0.1.5 won't work with amarok
Last modified: 2008-08-02 19:40:36 EDT
The new version of libmtp (0.1.5) wont't work with amarok (it can't tranfer
files to my player anymore, although on the project page it's written that
"iRiver devices are expected to work now")
Maybe the amarok package needs to be rebuild
Install the libmtp-examples package, and try to run 'mtp-detect' (without the
quotes), it should be able to see your device. If libmtp can't detect your
device, then the problem lies within libmtp rather than amarok. see this bug,
maybe it is also affecting FC6:
Hi, it's been a while... Do you still have this bug ? Does the mtp-detect
command work ?
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