El sáb, 01-12-2007 a las 10:40 +0100, Dan H escribió: > Hello, > > whenever I plug in my digital camera (Canon S50), a window pops up on the Gnome desktop asking me if I wanted to download the photos to my personal album. Once I clicked "yes", something seemed to happen, but I've got no idea what or where my "personal album" might be (a "find" on JPG images in my $HOME dir didn't turn up anything). > > I also couldn't access the camera via gtkam; I got the message that the device was "in use", presumably by the saving-into-nirvana feature of the "personal album" thingy. > > So the next time (after rebooting, even) I clicked "Ignore" on the album-saving window, but gtkam still claims that it can't get hold of the camera (although the camera is correctly identified). > > I can't get my head around all this graphical desktop stuff. I'm actually trying to fix this for my wife. Myself I just yank the photos off the camera with a command-line utility as root. > I think the popup is managed by gnome-volume-manager. Try disabling its digital camera functions, or disabling it completely and see if you still have problems with gtkam. On the other hand, the program executed by gnome-volume-manager is gnome-volume-manager-gthumb which in fact asks for a destination for the pictures (in lenny). -- Gabriel Parrondo GNU/Linux User #404138 GnuPG Public Key ID: BED7BF43 JID: firstname.lastname@example.org "The only difference between theory and practice is that, in theory, there's no difference between theory and practice."
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