Re: Creative Zen mp3 Player
- From: Raquel <raquel@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 20 Dec 2008 08:27:39 -0800
On Sat, 20 Dec 2008 08:17:16 -0800
"David Fox" <dfox94085@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
You might have a player that uses the mtp (Microsoft Transport
Protocol) to transfer files rather than one that automatically
mounts as a filesystem.
A bit of googling turns up some links - install libmtp, and then you
can use command line tools in that package to send files and/or sync
your player. You can also get Amarok to recognize the player as well
using that method, for a little bit better syncing experience.
See for instance http://www.funzt.info/?p=121
Also here: (and my post from Oct 2007 is there:
I used to have an Iriver T30 (it stopped working) that used the same
interface (using lenny).
There is some indication that gnomad2 might work, but I don't have
Hmmmmm, I can't find libmtp in Etch.
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