Seriously, I might cut through to the skull if I scratch my head any longer...
Let's see. I got a new Samsung J600 today as a birthday present. Nice. It's very pretty and that. I notice it has an MP3 player built in. Awesome. I don't have another one. I realise it may have a few problems with Linux as the included software was made for PC. No matter.
But I came across hope in a google search under the name of "samsutools". Apparently, it's an easy to use, easy to install program that lets you mount Samsung mobiles as flash memory devices. So I follow the instructions. Oh, it says something called "FUSE" is not installed. I have no idea what that is, but I run apt-get with a look of hope about my face. No hope. A google-search yielded hope in FUSE's sourseforge page. I followed THEIR instructions which seemed considerably more successful, because it installed easily with the standard ./configure make whatever it is. I try again, and it tells me something's missing still. Google (god bless that search engine) said I should install FUSE-python. So I installed python-dev and fuse-python and got it working to THIS level.
"fuse.FuseError: filesystem initialization failed"
I have no idea how to work the program, I just followed the instructions given on this website which up to now have worked fine.
But I have no ida what to do next. Can someone help me? =3