Rather than use a GUI app, in this post I'll use a command-line program called gphoto2 to drop the images into a folder. there is no 'connect' button and my comp sees that it is there as soon as I turn it on - just wont access the kodak as I stated above... Other ideas? The access problem occurs with gphotofs as well as for gphoto2.
All Rights Reserved. Keeps using USB Mass Storage. If this is the case, then the command will give you an error: [email protected]:~$ gphoto2 --capture-tethered Waiting for events from camera. Unless you know what you're doing you should remove all gphoto2 installation, then you may do (as root): host:~# rm -rf
/usr/local/lib/libgphoto2* host:~# rm -rf
It still does not show up on my computer at all in the Places menu. Make sure no other program or kernel module (such as sdc2xx, stv680, spca50x) is using the device and you have read/write access to the device." I'm still a noob at ubuntu/linux I am following this tutorial: http://www.gphoto.org/doc/manual/using-gphoto2.html I am successful to this step $ gphoto2 --auto-detect odel Port ---------------------------------------------------------- Canon EOS 1000D usb:253,003 However, fail in $ gphoto2 --summary *** Error ***
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Subscribing... Raspberry Pi Gphoto What can I do about the error message "Could not find USB device"?3.2.2. I'm a windoze convert and very unfamiliar with use of terminal. over here I agree this should be given high priority - especially if this affects all digital cameras in Hardy.
Shouldn't this bug be set to confirmed with a high priority? An Error Occurred In The Io-library ('could Not Lock The Device'): Camera Is Already In Use. However I'm on Intrepid now so I plugged in the cam, Canon G5 and a nice little camera icon popped up on the desktop. UNKNOWN PTP Property 5007 changed ... What should I do?
I tried a couple of different camera settings in the 'add camera' menu (PTP generic, mtp, kodak 530, kodak 533) and got the same error msg every time. The exact error message looks like Could not find USB device (vendor 0x0000, product 0x0000). Gphoto2 Could Not Claim The Usb Device Raspberry Pi Affecting: gphoto2 (Ubuntu) Filed here by: Thomas Perl When: 2008-02-06 Confirmed: 2008-03-26 Started work: 2009-09-01 Completed: 2009-09-01 Target Distribution Baltix BOSS Juju Charms Collection Elbuntu Guadalinex Guadalinex Edu Kiwi Linux nUbuntu Gphoto2 Gphoto2error 53 Could Not Claim The Usb Device Yes, I am aware that this is a new feature in GNOME.
Reboot the machine. gphoto2 does not find my camera. Debugging messages may help finding a solution to your problem. Normally, drivers will do everything possible to automatically recover from this error.
First, you need to install the program. Have fun!not yet Not so good. Debian bug tracking system administrator
Reported by: Dale Hopkins
Depending on your system, one of the following commands should do the trick: apt-get install gphoto2 yum install gphoto2 Now, plug in the camera.
I understand that I can withdraw my consent at any time. Make sure no other program or kernel module > (such as sdc2xx, stv680, spca50x) is using the device and you have This means that somebody else is using the camera. Check http://gphoto.org/proj/libgphoto2/support.php for camera support in the latest libgphoto2 release. 3.1.2. Gphoto2 Commands Miscellanous Questions3.5.1.
You have to make sure that no such kernel module is loaded and that you have set up the permissions on your USB device correctly, such that you have (non-root) write If this does not help, and you still get "Could not claim the device" errors, try this user supplied tool https://github.com/mejedi/mac-gphoto-enabler which does slightly more intrusive changes to MacOS to avoid Thanks unutbu! What shall I do?
so... Has anyone else reported this? 3.2.6. Of course you can file a bug against Gnome has this has been a know issue for a while. Thanks!
In that case you can try using gvfs-mount -s gphoto2 to umount the virtual filesystem and replugin the camera. If your gphoto2 cannot access the USB device as non-root users, you have to set up hotplugging correctly. my system: hardy 64-bit with latest updates. This error is reported for example when the user tries to create a file that already exists.
You have two choices (at least): Buy a fast computer, buy Windows and Visual C and some manuals on how to access USB or serial ports on Windows. Log in. Generic libgphoto2 FAQs (frontend-independent)3.2.1. How do I get one?
AND DO NOT RUN gphoto2 AS ROOT. So i raised a bug. In either case, please coordinate your efforts with the rest of the world at [ gphoto minus devel at lists dot sourceforge dot net ]. I could see that my camera was included in the list - thanks to the link you supplied earlier (when I searched earlier in this thread I didnt find that thread