I have several HP Smart Zero t410 thin clients at my work place. They're a good replacement for a full desktop machine for many of my users. My question comes in because we have a few users who use their iPhones to take pictures, then upload those pictures to their computers. The reason I'm asking this in the Unix/Linux forum is that these thin clients run Ubuntu 10.04 underneath the hood.
When you plug a thumb drive into a thin clients, it seems to automatically mount and then is somehow passed on to whatever machine the thin client RDPs into. If I could get the iPhone to auto-mount on the thin client, my hope is that it will be passed on like the thumb drives are.
Right now when I ssh into the thin client and get the iPhone plugged in, nothing mounts. When I run the fdisk command, nothing shows up. My question: how can I get the iPhone to auto mount on this Ubuntu install? (FYI, I'm currently RDPing into a Server 2008 terminal server)