What brand and exact model of camera is this?
How are you downloading the images?
Is this a stock Summit board with no changes made to it -- did you add
or change any parts on your Summit board itself? Like resistors?
In the same way, did you change your Pinto board? (Some resistors on the
Pinto-TH are not populated to prevent signals conflicts.)
I assume you are using a 'desktop' image; is the receiving application
Is the camera up to the latest firmware revision?
Is there a kernel build setting you need that is not turned on in the
default kernel build? For instance something related to USB in the kernel?
Is the camera expecting software from that particular camera
manufacturer to be installed at the receiving end? I don't think there
is a big possibility of this, you should be able to download images into
any receiving application.
On 04/03/2011 08:21 AM, Idruna wrote:
> I only use the Summit for development, so do not need a fix, but I thought I
> should post this as it is quite a serious problem. Downloading images from
> a DSLR camera using a powered hub on the Summit results in data corruption.
> It also manifests in other ways, such as WiFi cards being very unreliable.
> Take the MicroSD card out and boot it in a Pinto with the same powered hub,
> and the corruption is gone. The problem is reproducible in the 2.6.34
> images, and the latest 2.6.38 kernel. Using different hubs and cables does
> not make a difference.
> Right, next problem to solve, LTE modems..