cannot connect to digital camera via USB
John Summerfield wrote:
Kevin Kempter wrote:
Also, would a compact flash reader be a better solution with Linux -
my old camera used SD cards and in general SD readers worked fine with
my Linux machines.
I've never used one, but others say so. I would expect this to be
especially so if you rotate cards.
I have a Canon 30D.
F8 starts Konqueror, which hasn't a clue.
On my test box, which is running F8, I did the above test logged in
locally. I also have an active VNC session for root (I'm playing with
xen, and that's most conveniently done as root), and in that session I
found out the popup was offering konqueror and digikam.
I really thing that this hot=plug stuff shouldn't be showing remote
users any of this, I don't see how someone at the office can plug a
camera into my computer at home even if I allow such VNC sessions (I
don't, but I do it the other way round).
I start Digikam, which is a bit clunky, but on choosing
Camera/Autodetect, it does find it and downloads stuff etc.
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