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Re: Digital Camera

On Tue, 25 Mar 2008, Adam Hardy shared this with us all:
>--} nikon D60 on 23/03/08 20:37, wrote:
>--} > http://www.nikond60.com Nikon D60
>--} >
>--} > Robert Thompson wrote:
>--} >> Hello All,
>--} >>    I also have a digital camera that I love. It is a Sony that uses a
> USB --} >> to
>--} >> connect to the computer. Question is: How does digital cameras work
> with --} >> Debian?
>--} Try:
>--} sudo gphoto2 --auto-detect -P

This might not suit but I do it this way:

Plug in your camera, or have your camera plugged in when you boot:

Using <blkid> as root - discover the UUID="xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx" of the camera and 
make a suitable entry into your /etc/fstab file:

UUID=xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx  /cam            vfat    rw,user,noauto  0       0

Plug your camera in whenever you have photos to remove from it
<mv> or <cp> them to the directory you want on your hard drive and work on 
them there with Gimp.

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