Haarsma, Michael (SAPOL)
michael.haarsma at police.sa.gov.au
Tue Sep 5 01:58:29 CST 2006
Just try some trusty command line options.. 'ls' 'df' etc.
Alternatley, leave the SD in the camera and attach the USB connector. I
have no problems with cameras and mobile phone(miniSD) with SUSE 10.1 at
all. - assuming the camera has USB support.
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> [mailto:linuxsa-bounces at linuxsa.org.au] On Behalf Of Brian
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> Subject: Camera Card
> Kodak CX7330 3.1 mpixel Easy Share. Has anyone played with SD
> memory cards
> as commonly sold with digital camera's on their linux box?
> My camera shows this 256mb card as full. I can get the card
> to show up on the kde desktop (miniITX with card
> reader) but no files are shown. Mount says it is a vfat file
> system. Logs show details of the scsi system recognizing the
> card and allocate sda1 to it. The mount point /mount/KODAK is
> clearly established.
> No errors are evident. Poxy SD Cards :(
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