libgphoto2 2.4.0 package for testing

Achim Bohnet allee at
Thu Sep 13 18:57:09 BST 2007

On Thursday, 13. September 2007, Luka Renko wrote:
> Hello all,
> I have merged new upstream version (2.4.0) of libgphoto2 from debian for 
> potential UVF exception in Ubuntu. Initially, there was regression with some 
> Canon cameras (second operation on USB failed), but the fix from upstream is 
> now included in the package (as patch) and I cannot reproduce this problem 
> anymore. 

Your libgphoto2 2.4.0-2ubuntu1~ppa~lure4 pkgs fix the 'hang' of my
Canon Powershot A40.  So no regression anymore.
> I would like to get wider feedback before I would ask for UVF exception. 
> Please report back success or problems that you encounter with this version. 
> Please specify which camera and which SW you have used to test libgphoto2, 
> for example:
> Camera: Canon EOS 400D
> SW: digikam 0.9.2
> You can get the package from my PPA (i386 and amd64 only):

No problem with my usage pattern found.  Tested:

Camera: Cannon Powershot A40, Kodak EasyShare V610
SW: digikam 0.9.2, gphoto2 2.3.1 (from kubuntu/gutsy)

Thx for the pkgs Lure!

> Just add the following line to your /etc/apt/sources.list:
> deb gutsy main universe
> and run apt-get update and apt-get upgrade.
> Regards,
> Luka

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