Flickrfs-How To Use?
matthew.flaschen at gatech.edu
Tue Dec 30 21:57:31 UTC 2008
Leonard Chatagnier wrote:
> I'm trying to download my digital camera photos from Flickr and don't want to
> do it one picture at a time.-:( Did some googling and saw 4 programs that allows
> one to download everything at once one of which is flickrfs but I can't figure out
> how to do it. The man say to edit the file named config.txt in ~ /.flickr with the
> Which was already the default config. So I edited it to read:
> browser:/usr/bin/seamonkey (my preferred)
> with everything else being the same.
> When I run:
> lchata at UbuntuHardyi386:~/.flickrfs$ flickrfs ~/Pictures -o nonempty
> Authorizing with flickr...
> Authorization complete.
> Sets are being populated in the background. Please wait...
> Sets have been populated. Done.
> fuse: mountpoint is not empty
I assume you have files in ~/Pictures. You should use an empty
mountpoint, like it says. Create an empty folder ~/FlickrDownloads,
> Since I am in the fuse group and used the -o nonempty option I'm
> a a loss as to what I'm doing wrong or how to get flickrfs to batch
> download my photos from the flickr site.
> Anyone out there using flickrfsw and know how to get it to
> dowmload batch photos correctly to my ~/Pictures dir, I would
> most welcome any clues. I am not at all sure if ~/Picures is a
> proper mount point or what is.
That was likely just an example.
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