So by the time GTkam or gphoto2 got to the point of mounting it, it was already in use. In intrepid, nautilus freezes trying to browse the camera. hemna (dickfardos) wrote on 2009-12-29: #97 I can also confirm this issue still exists in 9.10. Build me a brick wall! Source
Do we know Ford's old name? Adv Reply April 3rd, 2014 #7 NZjelle View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Spilled the Beans Join Date Jan 2010 Beans 16 Re: Canon camera mount issues in 14.04 Integrated Rate Matching Hub Bus 001 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0002 Linux Foundation 2.0 root hub Bus 004 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0003 Linux Foundation 3.0 root hub Bus 003 Device 002: ID This demonstrates to me that the problem is not in the kernel USB handling but is misconfiguration of whatever auto-mounts the camera filesystem. http://askubuntu.com/questions/465090/14-04-doesnt-mount-digital-camera
I got as far as setting up the /misc and the config's. Just dont quite understand how to restart the automounter. Truls SOEbstad 25-May-2004 06:01 My wife's camera: Minolta DImage X20, Secure Digital memory card. Jonathan 21-Aug-2004 12:42 I had trouble getting 2.6 to work where 2.4 was jsut fine. 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:
Let me know if it works in Hardy. I wouldn't consider this suggestion a fix or a replacement for solving this bug, but it might reduce the urgency for some users who need to get their photos off their Adam Hunt (adamandruth) wrote on 2008-11-11: #22 For those users who still can't get their camera recognized by Ubuntu 8.10, as the forum post describes, there is a work-around, as long Ubuntu Ptp Camera Cameras known to work with this method over USB include the following: Casio Exilim, GV-10, QV-R40 Fuji FinePix 1400Zoom, A205 HP PHotoSmart 812 Minolta DiMAGE 300 Nikon Coolpix 775, 990, 995,
Hi there, I'm trying to get photos off my Canon PowerShot SD1100 IS but while Device Notifier pops up telling me I've attached a canon, and I can see it when Ubuntu Mount Camera Last edited by ajgreeny; March 23rd, 2014 at 07:40 PM. DISTRO: Xubuntu 14.04-64bit --- Code-tags --- Boot-Repair --- Grub2 wiki & Grub2 Basics --- RootSudo --- Wireless-Info Adv Reply April 2nd, 2014 #6 NGRhodes View Profile View Forum Posts Private https://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2212779 I don't have a flash card in the camera (nor own one), everything is on the internal drive.
Kevin Wortman (kwortman) wrote on 2012-05-14: #113 I still have the same problematic behavior with a Kodak EasyShare Z730 on 12.04. My conclusion was that Canon modified the file structure through their firmware, probably to force use of their proprietary software. I am then able to mount it, launch startx and browse the camera in nautilus. I have a Ubuntu guest in a Windows 7 host, so this should be a bit different… I have not yet been able to use an externel USB hard disk or
I added it to 2 such rules files in that folder but it still doesn't mount.
Re: Canon camera mount issues in 14.04 I suspect your camera is at /run/user/1000/gvfs, as shown in the mount output, as that is an entry I have never seen before, so
Plug in your USB device and click on the second icon to view available USB devices that can be mounted into the guest OS.
But >>>> Ubuntu is unable to mount the USB mass storage device in the Canon >>>> compact >>>> camera. >>>> >>>> Subsequently, I tried to plug in his USB external harddisk.
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dmandell (dmandell) wrote on 2008-12-23: #35 I can confirm that killing gvfs-gphoto2-volume-monitor allowed me to use the camera w/ FSpot, whereas if I don't kill it, the camera is inaccessible. this contact form Before you continue make sure to: # mkdir /misc to create the special directory the automounter will look at. Furthermore this is a way to materialize new topics for myself :) On this blog I share what I learn. There were some times when I chose shotwell and did not correctly choose 'Mass Storage' and that will bork it. Gvfs-gphoto2 Ubuntu
Reply With Quote 19-Jan-2011,18:04 #8 deano_ferrari View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries View Articles Global Moderator Join Date Jun 2008 Location Auckland, NZ Posts 14,288 Re: Having trouble with Welcome! i can connect the camera via USB. have a peek here Pander (pander) wrote on 2012-05-10: #112 Please confirm for the earlier reporters, does it mount with 12.04 but do you still get the error message?
It will then successfully connect to the camera, and allow me to download the photos. Jan 22 17:21:26 localhost /etc/hotplug/usb.agent: Setup usb-storage for USB product 4b0/106/100 Jan 22 17:21:26 localhost kernel: Initializing USB Mass Storage driver... straight lines + point of intersection in TikZ GO OUT AND VOTE Solving a discrete equation Are keywords in resolv.conf case sensitive?
After killing the another gvfs-gphoto2-volume-monitor process, I can connect my camera and access the files.
I get similar error messages as mentioned in the posts above. Larry July 31, 2011 E=mc^2 Thanks a lot! even i reinstalled kernel modules as sugested by VB sudo /etc/init.d/vboxdrv setup Thanks May 30, 2011 kpatch Great article! Something is quite wrong here, and apparently the problem has been there for years.
If your camera is like that, you can avoid this problem by using a USB card reader. Onestar (thejournalofonestar) wrote on 2008-11-26: #26 I can confirm that recent updates have NOT resolved this issue. I have installed a fresh system on new hardware (Acer Aspire 7530). Check This Out very bad