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Manual Reference Pages  -  SIMPLE-MTPFS (1)

NAME

SIMPLE-MTPFS - filesystem driver for MTP based devices

CONTENTS

Synopsis
Description
Options

SYNOPSIS

    mounting

simple-mtpfs <device> mountpoint [options]
 

    unmounting

fusermount -u mountpoint
 

DESCRIPTION

SIMPLE-MTPFS (Simple Media Transfer Protocol FileSystem) is a file system for Linux (and other operating systems with a FUSE implementation, such as Mac OS X or FreeBSD) capable of operating on files on MTP devices attached via USB to local machine. On the local computer where the SIMPLE-MTPFS is mounted, the implementation makes use of the FUSE (Filesystem in Userspace) kernel module. The practical effect of this is that the end user can seamlessly interact with MTP device files.

OPTIONS

    general options:

-o opt,[opt...]
  mount options
-h --help
  print help
-V --version
  print version

    SIMPLE-MTPFS options:

-l --list-devices
  list available MTP devices. Supports <device> option
--device
  select device no. to mount
-o enable-move
  enable move operation, which can be very slow (depends on the moved content)

    FUSE options:

-d -o debug
  enable debug output (implies -f)
-f foreground operation
-s disable multi-threaded operation
-o allow_other
  allow access to other users
-o allow_root
  allow access to root
-o nonempty
  allow mounts over non-empty file/dir
-o default_permissions enable permission checking by kernel
-o fsname=NAME
  set filesystem name
-o subtype=NAME
  set filesystem type
-o large_read
  issue large read requests (2.4 only)
-o max_read=N
  set maximum size of read requests
-o hard_remove
  immediate removal (don’t hide files)
-o use_ino
  let filesystem set inode numbers
-o readdir_ino
  try to fill in d_ino in readdir
-o direct_io
  use direct I/O
-o kernel_cache
  cache files in kernel
-o [no]auto_cache
  enable caching based on modification times
-o umask=M
  set file permissions (octal)
-o uid=N set file owner
-o gid=N set file group
-o entry_timeout=T
  cache timeout for names (1.0s)
-o negative_timeout=T
  cache timeout for deleted names (0.0s)
-o attr_timeout=T
  cache timeout for attributes (1.0s)
-o ac_attr_timeout=T
  auto cache timeout for attributes (attr_timeout)
-o intr allow requests to be interrupted
-o intr_signal=NUM
  signal to send on interrupt (10)
-o modules=M1[:M2...]
  names of modules to push onto filesystem stack
-o max_write=N
  set maximum size of write requests
-o max_readahead=N
  set maximum readahead
-o async_read
  perform reads asynchronously (default)
-o sync_read
  perform reads synchronously

AUTHORS

SIMPLE-MTPFS has been written by Peter Hatina <phatina@gmail.com>.

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SIMPLE-MTPFS version 0.2 SIMPLE-MTPFS (1) January 2015

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