Mounting an iPhone

Due to several reasons that I will not discuss here, I decided my next phone to be an iPhone SE. Of course, I naively expected that when I plug it in my computer, it will behave. Well, it doesn’t. The phone has iOS 11 and in Slackware 14.2 the system sees it, but there’s no way to mount it. In Slackware -current I can access my photos only. Well, I googled a bit and here’s what I did on -current.
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Mount a remote folder by sshfs

I have several computers at home, all behind a router. Sometimes, I need to access files between computers and so far I have always used ssh either in the terminal or by gftp.

However, I wanted to be able to mount certain folder remotely in a seamless way, as if it was on the computer I was currently using. This can easily be done by sshfs. It is not part of Slackware, but can be found at SBo: sshfs-fuse.
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Mounting an ISO image

Now, that’s a piece of trivia!

Sometimes I want to see what’s on an ISO image, so easiest will be to just mount it to a folder. I have been doing this occasionally since I started using Linux and I still do not remember the exact options. Read the rest of this entry »