Marcus Meissner wrote:
> On Mon, Jun 26, 2006 at 11:47:25PM -0700, Forrest Sedgwick wrote:
>> I have been using my Canon EOS 350D with gPhoto 2.1.99 without any
>> problems for some time now and I've been very happy with the driver.
>> Recently I upgraded the old 512 MB compact flash card to a new 4 GB hard
>> drive card (from Seagate). Now I am getting "PTP IO Error" messages
>> when I try to do almost anything with the camera. Sometimes simple
>> operations like "--summary" will succeed, but the "initializing camera"
>> step will take several minutes. I have had absolutely no luck with
>> listing or downloading files.
>> Attached are the results of "env LANG=C gphoto2 --debug -l" I have
>> included two files because some attempts will seem to get further than
>> others. I am using Fedora Core 5, kernel 2.6.17-1.2139, and gphoto2
> These did not contain the actual debug.
> Please use
> LANG=C gphoto2 --debug -l >logfile 2>&1
> (to redirect stderr into the logfile too.)
> Ciao, Marcus
Oops! Sorry about that. I went to repeat the experiment and of course,
this time the "gphoto2 -l" command stubbornly worked every time I used
it (but the camera initialization step still took several minutes)
However, when I went to retrieve the pictures from the camera, the
"gphoto2 -P" still failed. I have attached a log for each case ( I
think :-) ) Let me know if you need anything else.