Digital IXUS 50 (normal mode) / IXY Digital 55 (normal mode) / PowerShot A520 (PTP mode) / PowerShot SD400 (normal mode)": Failed to get folder list: -111: Invalid filename ------ GThumb When I plug the camera in and I am logged into gnome, the camera does not work. Jo Vark 30-Jun-2004 09:19 Hi,
I used your instructions to connect my Fuji Finepix S7000 to RH 9.0 and it worked great! This was easy.
Rafael V. http://rinfix.com/ubuntu-cannot/ubuntu-cannot-find-camera.html
Other information: OpenSUSE 11.3 KDE 4.6 RC 2 Thanks so much for the help, Matt Reply With Quote 18-Jan-2011,06:57 #2 ionmich View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries View Articles thanks Adv Reply April 11th, 2014 #10 ventrical View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Ubuntu Member Join Date Sep 2010 Location Beta Testing in Canada Beans 8,290 DistroUbuntu Development Plugging it in and out anytime no matter how often produced the expected behaviour (network or no network respectively). Jay 25-Sep-2004 21:26 My system didn't automatically recognize my camera, then I found your page and now everything is happiness! :-)
I have: Konica-Minolta Dimage Z3 (z-three)
I'm running SuSE http://askubuntu.com/questions/465090/14-04-doesnt-mount-digital-camera
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Simon Bridge 10-Nov-2004 16:50 Method unsuccessful with Sony DSC P-73
Same system OK with P-32
Only difference from the P-72 is the "memory stick pro" bit.
usb 14.04 camera share|improve this question edited May 13 '14 at 6:33 2707974 4,52841025 asked May 13 '14 at 3:33 user281060 1123 add a comment| 2 Answers 2 active oldest votes Ubuntu Mount Camera When you do connect your camera it's important to make sure the camera is turned OFF when connecting it as well as turning the camera OFF before disconnecting the camera from If you already have Virtualbox OSE installed from the Ubuntu repositories, uninstall it before installing the .deb file from Oracle's website. https://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2212779 Join them; it only takes a minute: Sign up Here's how it works: Anybody can ask a question Anybody can answer The best answers are voted up and rise to the
What is this line of counties voting for the Democratic party in the 2016 elections? The camera is a Fujifilm S5000. June 10, 2011 Larry When I start VirtualBox at the top it says file machine help When I start Ubuntu in VirtualBox it says Ubuntu running, nothing anywhere about devices. If you haven't used the automounter yet you'll want to edit your /etc/auto.master file and add the following line: /misc /etc/auto.misc --timeout=30 Adjust the timeout value to suit your needs.
After unmounting de cam in filemanager, it worked fine in GTkam. click here now It will then successfully connect to the camera, and > allow me to download the photos. > > -- > Ubuntu 8.10 can't mount digital camera showing a window popup message: Gphotofs Won't Mount. How To Use Gphoto2 My reasons are First: I experienced the same (very well documented) troubles with a digital camera; in my case a Kodak EasyShare DX6340.
CD-RW/DVD?RW Type: GProxyDrive (GProxyVolumeMonitorHal) ids: hal-udi: '/org/freedesktop/Hal/devices/storage_model_DVD_RAM_GSA_H58N' unix-device: '/dev/sr0' themed icons: [drive-optical-recorder] [drive-optical] [drive] is_media_removable=1 has_media=0 is_media_check_automatic=1 can_poll_for_media=1 can_eject=1 Drive(1): Unit? http://rinfix.com/ubuntu-cannot/ubuntu-cannot-mount-dev-loop0-11-04.html Can't it be set to data transfer mode (where it works as common storage), instead of the proprietary connect mode? In a terminal I did the following: Install gphotofs: $ sudo apt-get install gphotofs then mount your camera, which I did under /tmp/camera $ mkdir /tmp/camera/ $ gphotofs /tmp/camera/ That is Andrew 04-Sep-2004 22:20 Hi, my Samsung DigiMax V4 worked fine with the USB Mass storage driver, although when it comes to mounting it I have to provide the filesystem type, I Gvfs-gphoto2 Ubuntu
I installed the app, tried again, but forgot to get the log. Take notice what is removed with the purge and re-install that as well if you decide to be as lazy as I was. It's almost like we are back in the old Microsoft times.... http://rinfix.com/ubuntu-cannot/ubuntu-cannot-mount-volume-invalid-mount-option.html December 6, 2010 joni I don't have any usb, under settings.
I'm not happy with the solution as she takes a LOT of photos and I fear continued pulling and insertion of the card will cause problems in the future. I get the error message "An error occurred in the io-library ('Could not lock the device'): Camera is already in use." and the dmesg: [ 4607.780064] usb 3-1: new full speed Reply With Quote 19-Jan-2011,17:01 #5 brunomcl View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries View Articles Shaman Penguin Join Date Aug 2008 Location Brazil Posts 2,566 Re: Having trouble with Canon
I had USB support working fine, and then it stopped. I should note again that I don't consider the SD card reader a solution to this problem - there is no good reason why a camera should work on Hardy and And I really do not understand why this problem is existing since 2008, and never a good solution was found. I do not have a card reader.
August 18, 2011 ozgur Thanks, it works for me :D September 14, 2011 Andrews I shall show my thanks for your constructive article. CAPTCHA* Add your comment About me I am a developer at Schiphol Group, the Duch national airport. In the devices menu of the VM, select the USB device you want to mount. his comment is here The downgrade process worked rather flawlessly, because with the decission of manually partitioning every personal data (i.e. /home) was not touched.
I have been trying to run Canon software that allows me to shoot with my camera tethered to my laptop, allowing live views of the shots on my monitor. JP Foster (jeepster) wrote on 2009-03-23: #40 I am seeing this same bug in Jaunty now. Found this bug report (how could I have forgotten it! :->), killed gvfs-gphoto2-etc., remounted camera, no errors, able to import photos but had to start f-spot manually. Not the most elegant solution either, but if it works, it works.
This is what gphoto2-autodetect say: Code: gphoto2 --auto-detect Model Port ---------------------------------------------------------- USB PTP Class Camera usb:002,004 This is what mount say: Code: /dev/sda1 on / type ext4 (rw,noatime,errors=remount-ro) proc on /proc Bungaman (thisisabreachofprivacy) wrote on 2009-08-19: #13 I'd also like to see this bug fixed please. Bus 003 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0002 Linux Foundation 2.0 root hub Thanks for any suggestions. However, I'm able to access my camera on the command line using /run/user/
i can connect the camera via USB. I can't check now, but I'll try it on hardy again tommorow and see if it works, but it should. Check the permissions on .gvfs. Files generated from https://wiki.ubuntu.com/DebuggingRemovableDevices are attached to this post.
Report a bug This report contains Public information Edit Everyone can see this information. Ian Weisser (ian-weisser) on 2008-10-22 Changed in linux: status: Incomplete → New Connor Imes (rocket2dmn) wrote on 2008-10-22: #8 Bill, are you able to mount the device manually with the mount Exactly what I need! Get geeky trivia, fun facts, and much more.
It's been reported to work with kernels as old as version 2.2.25. Worked exactly as described…almost. bill goldberg (billgoldbergmania) wrote on 2008-10-24: #13 I couldn't test it in Hardy, but tested in Windows XP; The camera is fine and works as expected. In order to try to find a solution I stumbled upon this thread.
Scenario 1 1) Go into Preferences -> Removable Drives and Media 2) Set it to use gthumb (probably can be any photos program but I use gthumb so that's what I My default of 30 seconds works for me.