I could not replicate for my latest photos this evening what I reported
in #8.

Yet by fiddling in various ways, after a reboot I was able to coax
shotwell to import the photos on the iPhone. I then had command line
access to those photos in the location where shotwell dropped them.

As for /run/user/1000/gvfs: the robotic gphoto name appeared there on
and off, but when it was there it appeared to be empty from the command

As a comment on my #8, it would seem that the appearance of the robotic
gphoto name in /run/user/1000/gvfs has something to do with a prior
running of shotwell.  (The shotwell executable in Xenial links to two
gphoto runtime libraries.)

I don't know what is going on.

It's certainly less than transparent access through the lightning port
to the usb file system on the iPhone.

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  Need updated libimobiledevice to mount IOS 11 devices

Status in libimobiledevice package in Ubuntu:
  Fix Released

Bug description:
  After upgrading to IOS 11, I stopped being able to mount my ipad in

  The relevant log lines from gvfs-afc are:

  gvfsd[1855]: afc: Added new job source 0x55802a00f130 (GVfsBackendAfc)
  gvfsd[1855]: afc: Queued new job 0x558029ff36d0 (GVfsJobMount)
  gvfsd[1855]: afc: Lockdown client try #0
  gvfsd[1855]: afc: Got lockdown error '-3' while doing 'initial paired client'
  gvfsd[1855]: afc: send_reply(0x558029ff36d0), failed=1 (Unhandled Lockdown 
error (-3))

  The fix is here in the upstream github:


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