Provided by: mtpfs_0.9-3_i386
mtpfs - FUSE filesystem for Media Transfer Protocol devices
mtpfs mountpoint [options]
mtpfs is a FUSE filesystem that supports reading and writing from MTP
(Media Transfer Protocol) devices, such as MP3 players, video players
or digital cameras.
When files are written to the filesystem their file extension is
checked to determine the filetype. This means that images, videos and
ICS files (for example) will be recognised by the player rather than
setting filetype to `unknown'.
There is also a virtual directory called "/Playlists" which contains
your playlists as .m3u files. If you write an m3u file to that
directory a playlist will be created as well. m3u files are just a text
file containing a list of all tracks you want in the playlist one per
mtpfs accepts the following options:
-h Show summary of options.
Miklos Szeredi <email@example.com>, Chris Debenham
This manual page was written by Chris Lamb <firstname.lastname@example.org>,
for the Debian project (but may be used by others).
December 21, 2007 MTPFS(1)