Got the "failed to execute /lib/udev/mtp-probe" message at boot recently. Is there anything wrong with my system?
Thanks in advance.
Last edited by kenwong (2013-03-06 23:29:30)
sudo apt-get install libmtp9
Thanks Doctor. But it has already been installed:
kenneth@crunchbang:~$ apt-cache policy libmtp9 libmtp9: Installed: 1.1.3-35-g0ece104-4 Candidate: 1.1.3-35-g0ece104-4 Version table: *** 1.1.3-35-g0ece104-4 0 500 http://http.debian.net/debian/ wheezy/main amd64 Packages 100 /var/lib/dpkg/status
Do you have a file /lib/udev/mtp-probe and is it executable?
It comes with package 'libmtp-runtime'.
Last edited by xaos52 (2013-03-06 15:45:19)
I have a mtd-probe executable in /lib/udev, not mtp-probe. Also, libmtp-runtime has not been installed.
I just had a look at my Synaptic history. The package libmtp9 (1.1.3-35-g0ece104-4) was installed about 24 hours ago, probably in a upgrade.
Last edited by kenwong (2013-03-06 16:09:58)
Installed and no more the error message at boot now. Thanks Doctor.
Why didn't I have the issue before?
mtp is currently in active development. Probably small problem with dependencies - udev seems to call mtp-probe, so package udev should have libmtp-runtime as a dependency.