I have a script that I want to use that moves photos from one folder to another.
I though it would be cool to have the script cd to the folder that contains the photos rather than me having to open a terminal in that folder then run the script.
Here is the question:
How can I cd onto my iPhone 4?
When Ubuntu mounts the phone, I can choose Open Terminal Here and the prompt shows:
But as you see below, when I try to cd onto the phone from home for example I get an error that there is no such file or directory.
Today is Mon May 06 @ 09:56:00 ~/.gvfs/jne’s iPhone $
ls does show that there is a Phone present.
What am I doing wrong?
Today is Mon May 06 @ 09:53:31 ~ $ cd ~/.gvfs
Today is Mon May 06 @ 09:54:08 ~/.gvfs $ ls
Documents on jne’s iPhone jne’s iPhone
Today is Mon May 06 @ 09:54:10 ~/.gvfs $ ls "jne's iPhone"
ls: cannot access jne's iPhone: No such file or directory
Today is Mon May 06 @ 09:54:40 ~/.gvfs $ ls jne
ls: cannot access jne: No such file or directory
Today is Mon May 06 @ 09:55:04 ~/.gvfs $ cd jne's iPhone