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Re: Accessing a digital camera via gphoto2 -- any advice?
Normally I download pictures from My Nikon D80 using f-spot (from
gnome) or manually.
NetBSD, take the camera as another USB device ; sd0e , then you can
mount it as always...
# mount /dev/sd0e /mnt/camera #camera is a subdir, inside /mnt
Now, can you post the dmesg at the moment to connect you Canon ?
On Fri, Dec 18, 2009 at 6:34 PM, Ingolf Steinbach
> now that I have gphoto2 installed, I connected by digital camera via
> USB (attaches as ugen0) and tried to see what's there via gphoto2
> --port=usb: -l (and in another attempt specifying also the camera
> model). In order to ensure that there is no problem with permissions,
> I have changed permissions of /dev/ugen0.* However, nothing can be
> I also tried gphotofs, again without success. Also configuring the
> camera in KDE did not help.
> Can you please give some advice with respect to the necessary steps to
> get my camera visible on NetBSD/i386 5.0.1? (It's a Canon EOS 350D,
> Kind regards
Francisco Valladolid H.
-- http://bsdguy.net - Jesus Christ follower.
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