Re: the first contact with debian
1. in the red hat I used before, I could read from or write to floppy simply
by the mouse right clicking on the graphical desktop, and then: disk->floppy.
I'm using KDE on Sarge and if I click on the floppy icon in file manager
Konqueror it automaticaly mounts the floppy disk and shows the content
of it. For umnouting I right click the icon and chose unmount. Couldn't
be simpler than that. This is out of the box setting.
How can I access floppy in the graphical mode in debian
Try to google around for your model. I use Olympus and I can get the
picture the same way as I described above. Connect camera, go to
Konqueror, mount it, select the files and drag&drop them into my photo
3. I have digital camera, How can I download photos through the usb port?
I did it like this:
1. make mount point
2. put something like this in your /etc/fstab file
/dev/sda1 /mnt/foto vfat noauto,user 0 0
if you have more USB connectors you will have to find the right one. I
have two. One for keyboard and the other (/dev/sda1) for everything else
3. do the same things that you would do with your floppy or CD i.e.