binary_y2k2 at blueyonder.co.uk
Thu Nov 23 14:08:35 GMT 2006
> On 11/23/06, *Neil Winchurst* <neil at holsdevon.eclipse.co.uk
> <mailto:neil at holsdevon.eclipse.co.uk>> wrote:
> I am using kubuntu edgy. I have just acquired a card reader which I am
> told will make it easy to copy photos from the card in my Canon camera
> to my computer. Of course the CD which comes with the card is for
> Windows only.
> Can anyone tell me what I should do to enable my computer to work with
> the card reader please?
> If it is relevant it is an external card reader and the maker is
> Neil Winchurst
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> Put your card in it, type as root: tail -f /var/log/messages and look
> for the device it says it is. Mount it with something similar to this
> sudo mkdir /mnt/camera && sudo mount /dev/sda1 /mnt/camera
> Replace sda1 with whatever device it says it is in the tail command above.
> Then copy the files from /mnt/camera to whereever you want them.
> Enjoy the rest of your day.
> With kind regards,
> Cliff Wade (Hawkwind)
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It may be easier to replace "sudo mkdir /mnt/camera && sudo mount
/dev/sda1 /mnt/camera" with just "pmount /dev/sda1 camera". This will
let you mount the contents of the card as your user and create the
directory "camera" in /media. To un-mount you use "pumount camera" then
"eject sda1" to safely remove it. But that's all if you don't get the
normal pop-up that opens when you insert a card.
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