From: Marcus Meissner <marcus@je...> - 2007-11-21 06:55:24
On Tue, Nov 20, 2007 at 08:12:06PM -0500, Ken White wrote:
> When I installed Kubuntu on my new toshiba P201-s6287 In Sept my Olympus was
> detected immediately and worked correctly. However, i tried to ugrade to the
> latest Kubuntu version and the auto upgrade failed. So I installed the
> latest version from scratch, thus destroying the previous setup. this time
> the camera is not detected. When plugged in I get the Icon, but no mount
> dialog. Digikam reports that it can't find the camera, and to check the
> Gphoto2 can auto-detect the camera, but that is as far as I can get. Iam
> hoping that someone out there can guide me to a solution. I am a newby to
> Linux and need all the help I can get. Also attached is the log file, which
> I appended to show the other command results.
> thanks in advance. kemo
First, do not paste the text output into openoffice, but just attach
I am not sure what happens. The camera does not seem to react at all.
It might be it needs a SIERRA_WRAP_USB_OLYMPUS flag set in sierra.c :(
(You could just use it in mass storage mode for instance.)
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