Failed to list files in /camera
rjglinux at cox.net
Sat Mar 17 18:51:40 GMT 2007
My memory card reader is the "Sabrent 52-in-1 USB 2.0 Internal Card
Reader/Writer". I'm using the same model on four other computers in my
network with no problems. (A couple of Windows XP computers and one
OpenSUSE 10.2 computer.) The computer where that memory card reader
will not work runs on an Abit BW7-RAID motherboard. Could it be a
compatibility issue with the hardware itself? I.e., the USB may be a
different version? Maybe too old, and the motherboards may need a BIOS
On Fri, 2007-03-16 at 21:33 +0100, Peter Ulrich wrote:
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> neil.linux wrote:
> > Is there any chance that the card has been corrupted somehow?
> > Your camera acts as a card reader when plugged in to the USB port--if
> > you are getting the same error (unable to list files) when using the
> > camera and the card reader then there is a good chance that the problem
> > lies with the card.
> > If you have another card take some images using it and try accessing
> > that one via the USB port.
> > hth
> > Neil B
> > Melbourne, Australia
> That can't be the reason for the malfunction: the card is readable under
> WindowsXP - as I mentioned. I tried it with an other card. Result: same
> error message.
> I tried it with gtkam. The resulting error message is:
> "An error occurred in the io-library ('Could not claim the USB device'):
> Could not claim interface 0 (Operation not permitted). Make sure no
> other program or kernel module (such as sdcxx, stv680, spca50x) is using
> the device and you have read/write access to the device."
> I am helpless.
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