It appears to me that upon my move this date to iPhone's iOS 11.3 Apple
may have finally given us transparent usb file system access to our
photos.  See Bug # 1718554, no. 8.

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  iOS device contents not displayed in Ubuntu

Status in Libimobiledevice:
  Fix Released
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Bug description:
  Plug in iOS device, and it doesn't show the documents on it.

  Please package the recent fix in libimobiledevice*:

  Vauge discussion that mentions using the latest git HEAD*:

  *This discussion is quite vague. One comment points out "iOS 10
  devices don't allow SSLv3 anymore but require at least TLSv1", but not
  how or if that has been fixed in libimobiledevice git HEAD.

  This ppa packages the git version and may resolve the issue:

  There are several other upstream reports related to this problem.

  Partial success patch (idevicepair only) trying to keep GnuTLS:

  Failure with GnuTLS, Success with OpenSSL:

  Ubuntu packages libimobiledevice with "--disable-openssl":

  Duplicate bug 1638177 suggests to repackage libimobiledevice using
  OpenSSL to avoid this problem, as per comment 27 below.

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