This seems to have fixed the problems I was having with my Leica and Panasonic cameras. 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 Adv Reply March 23rd, 2014 #4 pop-gheorghe-y View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message First Cup of Ubuntu Join Date Mar 2014 Beans 2 Re: Canon camera mount issues in View all 117 comments or add a comment. his comment is here
Won't Mount. Ubuntu 9.04 Linux hog 2.6.28-9-generic #31-Ubuntu SMP Wed Mar 11 15:43:58 UTC 2009 i686 GNU/Linux Leonid Selivanov (bravebug) wrote on 2009-03-20: #2 attachments.tar.gz Edit (24.6 KiB, application/x-tar) I followed the instructions As it turns out, a recent update fixed the problem - the thread on launchpad explains everything that has been happening to myself and others, and supposedly what the fix is/was. After trying out some tips and tricks I used the blunt axe method. http://askubuntu.com/questions/465090/14-04-doesnt-mount-digital-camera
The packaging specifically indicates that it is Linux-compatible, as well and Mac and Windows. However, I'm able to access my camera on the command line using /run/user/
bill goldberg (billgoldbergmania) wrote on 2008-10-22: #3 dmesg.log Edit (39.8 KiB, text/plain) Ok, the correct info is attached now. PTP cameras (most or all of them these days) are not mounted as USB storage. If I kill gvfs-gphoto2-volume-monitor, the issue disappears and I get the standard GUI prompt "You have just inserted a medium with digital photos..." just like in Hardy. Ubuntu Ptp Camera Before you continue make sure to: # mkdir /misc to create the special directory the automounter will look at.
It all starts with gPhoto2, the project sites states: gPhoto2 is a free, redistributable, ready to use set of digital camera software applications for Unix-like systems, written by a whole team Ubuntu Mount Camera I have such an message in /var/log/messages when I plug the M.S. I upgraded from Hardy). https://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2212779 Just copy the images, then turn off the camera and the memory automatically dismounts.
After unmounting de cam in filemanager, it worked fine in GTkam. https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/285682 Great was my relief when a window popped up offering to open F-spot or a folder. Gphotofs Davide Capodaglio (davidecapod) wrote on 2008-12-26: #36 I am using gthumb to import photos from my Canon Ixus 850IS (I don't like f-spot). How To Use Gphoto2 Somehow the updates were ineffective on my system until now.
even i reinstalled kernel modules as sugested by VB sudo /etc/init.d/vboxdrv setup Thanks May 30, 2011 kpatch Great article! this content This then causes the error saying the camera is in use. no answers > after months), my soundcard never worked properly and now can't get my > camera to work (olympus FE-170) - the exact problem people are having > here but For rhythmbox the solution is simple: disable the MTP plugin. Gvfs-gphoto2 Ubuntu
Note, that I upgraded from 8.04.1, I did not install from scratch. Is the >> problem reproducible in your Ubuntu 14.04 LTS installation? > No, that is why I am asking for more details. After removing libusbmux0 and libusbmux-dev - voila, only 1 phone icon on my desktop and only 1 popup (no errors). weblink Since Ubuntu did not recognize the camera by itself I ended up using gPhoto2 and its libraries.
I can then download photos using gThumb or Nautilus as normal. I have a Canon Powershot A1000 that is not in the list, but I will try selecting some similar models and test with that. (It should then be possible to use PowerShot SX160 IS Bus 002 Device 002: ID 8087:0024 Intel Corp.
Killing gvfs-gphoto2-volume-monitor allows me to access the camera. 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 User contributions on this site are licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution Share Alike 4.0 International License. check over here October 21, 2010 Chris I have Windows 7 Ultimate, and I'm going to run Ubuntu 10.10 in Virtual Box on Windows 7 Will this work on Windows as well?
Virtualbox Website JOIN THE DISCUSSION Tweet Justin Garrison is a Linux and HTPC enthusiast who loves to try new projects. To. And it was showing in nautilus and gave the same error I mentioned in the OP. SimonWerner (simonwerner) wrote on 2008-11-02: #17 I have the same problem with a Canon S5 IS.
Also, remember that you need to turn off the camera before unplugging the USB cable. hemna (dickfardos) wrote on 2009-12-29: #97 I can also confirm this issue still exists in 9.10.