[SATLUG] usb issues
mkr777 at gmail.com
Sun Aug 8 16:18:33 CDT 2010
For all cameras I use, I prefer to retrieve/transfer the photos from the SD
card using a card reader and avoid directly connecting the camera to the
computer. I also have a couple of card readers lying around, just in case I
run into a problem with one of them. This has worked for me very well over
the years. These days the card readers' prices have come down.
On Sun, Aug 8, 2010 at 3:08 PM, Borries Demeler <demeler at biochem.uthscsa.edu
> > The camera fails? For me I have to scan the camera with gphoto2 in the
> > first 5-10 seconds after plugging it in for it to work. More accurately,
> > I plug in the camera (a Canon), turn on the camera and poll with gphoto2
> > within about 5 seconds... Once the camera goes through some internal
> > check it's no longer accessible.
> That may the issue, I'll try that again, but I think I did try to be
> very quick. Plus, Digikam (which uses libgphoto2) allows you to scan
> the camera, but this scan invariably fails, no matter if I use PTP mode,
> or access the USB Image volume path. Occasionally, I can navigate to
> the DCIM directory, but when I try to display the images there it fails.
> They are definitely there, the camera displays them just fine.
> > >
> > > Thanks, but I may have found a solution. After upgrading my libgphoto2
> > > to the latest version and relinking digikam, I was able to access the
> > > hooked up directly through the USB storage image offered through
> > > However, now I cannot reproduce what I did and it keeps failing like
> > > Not sure, I'll have to dig further.
> > >
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