Re: Can no longer mount SDHC card
I find where the SD card is by checking the list on:
without fail the card reader will be assigned a disk number like sde. If the
reader is sde then the SD card stuck in the reader will be sde1
# mount -t vfat /dev/sde1 /media/ (I made a directory here)
I use the mount command with the vfat file system because the file system on
all these cameras seem to be a vfat variation. (then)
# cd /media/(my directory)
I use gThumb to import the pictures from 'my directory'. This also works for
It's kind of a steam driven procedure but I can't see why this wouldn't
work for anyone with a Debian system.
Before you suggest, I didn't put the mount -t vfat etc command in fstab
because I don't want to see a message every time I boot the computer without
the SD card in the reader saying sde1 can't be found and doesn't exist.