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Re: Cannon USB Cammera

On Wednesday 25 December 2002 03:53, Hubert Chan wrote:
> >>>>> "Aryan" == Aryan Ameri <a.ameri@linuxiran.org> writes:
> Aryan> Hi all: I have a Cannon PowerShot A40 Cammera, which (after
> Aryan> upgrading gphoto and gtkam), works perfectly well with Mandrake
> Aryan> 9.0, but isn't working with Debian (mixture of sarge and sid).
> Aryan> On debian, I am using the same version of gtkam (a gphoto
> Aryan> frontend) that I'm using under Mandrake, and my cammera,
> Aryan> powershot A40, is indeed listed in the cammera's lists. But when
> Aryan> gtkam tries detecting the cammera, it gives me two error messages
> Aryan> " could not list folders in '/' " and " could not initialize
> Aryan> cammera".
> I have the same camera (BTW, only one `m' in camera), and it's
> wonderful.  The problem that you have is a permissions issue.  Read
> /usr/share/doc/libgphoto2-2/README.Debian (if you're using unstable,
> different location if you're using stable/Woody) for the possible
> approaches.  Basically, you need to make sure that your user has proper
> permissions for the device in /proc/bus/usb.

Thanx, and sorry for the 'm', it sometimes happens you know ;-)
I even tried it with root, with same results, are you sure it is a permission 
problem? even with root?


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