[ubuntu-mono] [Bug 247619] [NEW] "F Spot" in Ubuntu Hardy can't not import pictures from a MMC card
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Fri Jul 11 21:35:52 BST 2008
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Because of my specific interest for this application, I'd want to use F Spot under Ubuntu (Gnome) to import, process and export all my pictures, coming from a MINOLTA Dimage A200 supporting MMC cards and from a Panasonic FX supporting SD cards.
Unfortunately, this application f-spot 0.4.3.1 inside Ubuntu Hardy 8.04.1 (Gnome Desktop) fails to import pictures contained in the MMC cards loaded by my MINOLTA.
To load my pictures into my PC, I use an USB internal device, which functions perfectly under Windows XP (with Photoshop Elements 4), and with Digikam under Gnome or KDE desktops, either with SD or MMC cards; when I insert the MMC card into the slot of the USB device, an "Media 1.0 Gio" icon appears, and opening the media leads to a DCIM folder which contains folders named "/media/disk-1/DCIM/10180405" for example, but these last folders are said to contain no pictures when opened by the Gnome navigator; from these folders F. Spot imports only one picture and stops, although there is no problem with Dgikam.
So I think there is something wrong between Fspot application and/or Gnome Desktop software, versus MMC cards and/or the Dimage A200 camera.
I think that the conjunction of F. Spot and The Gimp consists in the best way of processing pictures under Ubuntu for an "amateur" and I regret what happened in my case. So many thanks for a solution adapted to a beginner very interested in moving from Windows/ Photoshop to Linux.
Date: Fri Jul 11 16:30:25 2008
DistroRelease: Ubuntu 8.04
Package: yelp 2.22.1-0ubuntu2.8.04.1
Uname: Linux 2.6.24-19-generic i686
** Affects: f-spot (Ubuntu)
** Tags: apport-bug
"F Spot" in Ubuntu Hardy can't not import pictures from a MMC card
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