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Feb
20
comment How to run an SFTP server on my CM9 RC2 Galaxy Nexus
sounds interesting
Jul
8
comment Cannot get Android 4.0 NFS client to connect to my NFSv4 Ubuntu server: “no such device”
I'm still looking for a working solution, btw.
Jul
8
comment Cannot get Android 4.0 NFS client to connect to my NFSv4 Ubuntu server: “no such device”
I'm still looking for a solution for this, btw.
Sep
11
comment How do I fix my boot-looping Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1?
On mine it doesn't actually do anything either.
Jul
25
comment How to run an SFTP server on my CM9 RC2 Galaxy Nexus
The reason for using a USB cable rather than WiFi is speed (as well as a more reliable connection).
Jul
24
comment How to run an SFTP server on my CM9 RC2 Galaxy Nexus
SSHDroid does not supports SFTP via USB. However, I found an app that does -- DigiSSHD.
Jul
24
comment How to run an SFTP server on my CM9 RC2 Galaxy Nexus
It has nothing to do with security. My objective is to manage and transfer files via Dolphin. I am simply looking for convenience. MTP (especially gMTP) sucks. the Android adb bridge is OK, but not as good as SFTP with Dolphin.
Apr
27
comment Enabling AdHoc Networking on ICS to Connect to AdHoc Devices
My laptop is running Ubuntu, so neither Connectify or mHotpost will work for me. I don't want to tether the mobile data connection. I want to use my laptop as a wireless NAS (to stream or download files from my laptop to my phone). I don't think you have given me any solution (unless I misunderstand).
Apr
23
comment Cannot get Android 4.0 NFS client to connect to my NFSv4 Ubuntu server: “no such device”
there isn't a cifs module in that location. In fact, /system/lib/modules/ directory doesn't exist. Apparently CM9 handles it differently. I can't find any documentation. But Cifs Manager works. Others have said cifs is "built in" to CM9. Not sure what they mean exactly, but I don't see any .ko modules anywhere.
Apr
22
comment Better way to connect Galaxy Nexus (ICS) to Linux
gMTP is unsatisfactory for me. It is VERY slow and it gives errors with music files (it tries to create albums for every file transferred). gMTP also crashes frequently in Ubuntu. I like the ADB method better. I also use SSHFS over WiFi and a few other methods.
Apr
22
comment Cannot get Android 4.0 NFS client to connect to my NFSv4 Ubuntu server: “no such device”
I installed CM 9-20120418 on my GNex. I want to try Mount Manager with it. Do you have any instructions? BTW, Cifs Manager works once again, but as with previous ROMs Mount Manager isn't working. Looking forward to some help. Thanks.
Apr
19
comment Cannot get Android 4.0 NFS client to connect to my NFSv4 Ubuntu server: “no such device”
I'm going to install CM9 on my Galaxy Nexus. I'm running Codename Android ROM now.
Apr
6
comment Cannot get Android 4.0 NFS client to connect to my NFSv4 Ubuntu server: “no such device”
Mount Manager is not compatible with Ice Cream Sandwich.
Apr
6
comment Cannot get Android 4.0 NFS client to connect to my NFSv4 Ubuntu server: “no such device”
That approach would be fine, but it won't work with my ROM. What ROM and what phone are you using and did you add any kernel modules? If you give a complete working answer, I'll accept this kind of solution. I don't mind using busybox mount. Thanks.
Mar
1
comment Cannot get Android 4.0 NFS client to connect to my NFSv4 Ubuntu server: “no such device”
@RyanConrad: Mount Manager is still not working. Is it incompatible with ICS? Nothing seems to work, not even CIFS. AndSMB does work.
Feb
21
comment Cannot get Android 4.0 NFS client to connect to my NFSv4 Ubuntu server: “no such device”
Should I just make a new question? I realize now that NFSv4 support is probably not there in Android. But now my issue is that trying to mount an NFS v3 share via BusyBox mount gives the error "invalid argument" and trying to mount it via Mount Manager fails as well. So now I want to focus on getting NFS v3 to work. (I have given up on NFSv4.)
Feb
21
comment Cannot get Android 4.0 NFS client to connect to my NFSv4 Ubuntu server: “no such device”
I agree that NSFv4 support in Android probably isn't there. However, I was not even able to mount NFS v3, as I explained in the EDIT section I added to my post. I appreciate any help you can offer with Mount Manager. I'd love to use it because it has the exact features I need. Thanks
Feb
21
comment Cannot get Android 4.0 NFS client to connect to my NFSv4 Ubuntu server: “no such device”
I do have cifs.ko, and it was loaded when I did the CIFS testing.
Feb
21
comment Cannot get Android 4.0 NFS client to connect to my NFSv4 Ubuntu server: “no such device”
@Ryan: I added a new section to my post with more info. I continue to have problems with Mount Manager. Should we discuss those via email?
Feb
11
comment Minicom app for Android?
@Kevin: primarily hardware serial devices