On Fri, 2015-05-29 at 21:56 +0300, Todor Petkov wrote:
On 29/05/2015 08:26 PM, Patrick O'Callaghan wrote:
> The fact that you get no indication (via dmesg) of
> indicates a likely hardware problem. If it's not the cable then
> the connector on the Kindle or the socket on the computer is dodgy
> loose. Does the Kindle connect to other computers? Does the USB
> work with other devices? Are you using a USB hub?
I have similar problem after upgrading to F22. My Samsung Note3 is
not longer recognized, and I am using a cable, that worked before. I
tried with several other phones, no indication in dmegs.
That is very wierd.
I think it's related to gvfs-mtp, and I will do more tests on
to be sure - maybe boot from Fedora21 DVD or something like this.
I don't use Gnome but IIRC gvfs-mtp is a user-level facility. I don't
see how it would relate to the kernel not registering plug/unplug