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    <font size="-1"><font face="Arial">I'm trying to get a Canon
        Powershot G1 USB-connected camera working with <font size="-1">remote
          capture (tethering) using either Entangle or <font size="-1">Gtkam.<br>
            <br>
            <font size="-1">Both apps get tripped up on the fact that
              Lubuntu auto-mount<font size="-1">ed the cam<font
                  size="-1">era.  Gtkam simply generates an error
                  message about the camer<font size="-1">a already b<font
                      size="-1">eing in use.  Entangle notes the same
                      condition and offers to unmount the camera, but
                      approving that causes the program to lock up.<br>
                      <br>
                      <font size="-1"><font size="-1">Either program
                          launches OK if I manually unmount the camera
                          from pcmanfm first.</font></font><br>
                      <br>
                      <font size="-1">So I'd like to launch the camera
                        program from a script that first unmounts the
                        camera.</font><br>
                      <br>
                      <font size="-1">Post #2 <font size="-1">in <a
                            href="http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=967104">http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=967104</a><font
                            size="-1"> had a solution in the command
                            "gvfs-mount -s gphoto2,"</font></font></font>
                      but gvfs-mount is not installed by default in
                      Lubuntu<font size="-1"> and i<font size="-1">s not
                          av<font size="-1">ailable from the default
                            repos.<br>
                            <br>
                            <font size="-1">I also tried "sudo umount
                              /home/<user>/.gvfs,"</font> which
                            was the mount point suggested to me by "sudo
                            mount."  That ran with<font size="-1">out
                              error, but the camera did not seem to be
                              trul<font size="-1">y unmounted<font
                                  size="-1">, and both cam apps errored
                                  as before.</font></font></font><br>
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                      <font size="-1">What's my best solution in
                        Lubuntu?<br>
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