HP PhotoSmart E337

Ray Parrish crp at cmc.net
Thu Apr 29 00:33:38 UTC 2010

Fred A. Miller wrote:
> On 04/28/2010 03:43 AM, Ray Parrish wrote:
>> Hello,
>> I am thinking of buying an HP Photosmart E337 from a friend of mine, and
>> I have it hooked up to my computer with a USB cable that comes with it.
>> I can get the camera to say it is connecting on it's screen, and the pop
>> up from Ubuntu recognizes a camera is attached, and asks if I want to
>> import the pictures.
>> However, when I clcik OK it shows me two slightly different selections
>> of camera to import from, and both of them fail to connect with an
>> "unspecified error" error message.
>> Is there anything I can do to get the camera working with Hardy Heron?
> Ray, most often you can copy images from camera media faster plugged into
> a reader on your 'puter or on a USB card reader.....made to read various
> formats, then you can direct from a camera. I never hook up any of my
> Canon SLRs direct to the PC.
> Fred
This camera doesn't have any memory cards in it, it just has an internal 
drive, so I have to hook  it up via USB. I rebooted to windows, and it 
worked flawlessly with it, so I managed to import the pictures, but I 
would really like to be able to do it from Linux, as I hate booting into 

Later, Ray Parrish

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