[solved] how do i make the card reader read and writeable. no it says its only read-able.and get this message [[email protected] ~]$ sudo chmod -R 775 /path/to/sdcard/mnt
chmod: cannot access ‘/path/to/sdcard/mnt’: No such file or directory
[[email protected] ~]$
Hi. Just a quick question. Are you trying to mount your Android device?
because if so, then you need to download [i:ci5bmu3j]gvfs[/i:ci5bmu3j] using pacman.
You might also need the[i:ci5bmu3j] polkit[/i:ci5bmu3j] extension installed.
Start off by ensuring that your [i:ci5bmu3j]multilib[/i:ci5bmu3j] packages are enabled by uncommenting the [i:ci5bmu3j]‘multilib[/i:ci5bmu3j]’ section.
sudo gedit /etc/pacman.conf
Then go to this link here to read about/download the [i:ci5bmu3j]gvfs[/i:ci5bmu3j] file and supported links to other files necessary to download and eventually access your Android.
sudo pacman -Sy gvfs
At that link above, there is also briefly mentioned, along with a link, to the [i:ci5bmu3j]polkit [/i:ci5bmu3j]extension. I can’t remember what I did some months ago to access my Android, but I think I also had to install a [i:ci5bmu3j]polkit[/i:ci5bmu3j] extension.
You will also need to install the [i:ci5bmu3j] Android SDK[/i:ci5bmu3j] core components
which are here on the Arch Wiki
I had to do the same thing in order to access my Android device via Arch.
Hopefully, I answered the question to which you were wanting to find out about. If not, sorry.
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