Quoting Joshua Isom <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:

To be able to mount your iPhone, you're going to have to essentially void the warranty and risk turning it into a pretty paperweight. It sucks, but that's the way it is. But at least you can charge your iPhone using FreeBSD.


I'm already using it with a carrier that isn't yet authorized so I have to assume that it is "jailbroken" but I still can't find a way to mount it. It seems that it isn't recoginzed by FreeBSD current as being mountable.

Thanks for the warning.

ed


On Jun 1, 2008, at 11:10 AM, eculp wrote:

I've not been successful at googling a way to connect freebsd current amd64 to my iPhone. Eventually, I would like to be able to sync and upload to it from an opensource substitute for iTunes, that doesn't have a version from FreeBSD.

When I connect my iPhone I see:

Jun 1 09:55:00 ed kernel: uhid0: <Apple Inc. iPhone, class 0/0, rev 2.00/0.01, addr 2> on uhub3

in messages and that is it.  No new device or anything that I can find.

Any programs or suggestions that you have to facilitate using the iPhone will be greatly appreciated. I've been trying to use gtkpod without success because I can't mount it, I assume.

Thanks,

ed

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