USB Device loads twice, WTF lucid lynx on lsd

Nick Edwards nick.z.edwards at
Sat Nov 20 00:56:32 UTC 2010

On Sat, Nov 20, 2010 at 2:13 AM, NoOp <glgxg at> wrote:

> On 11/18/2010 08:19 PM, Nick Edwards wrote:
> Check your ~/.xsession-errors to see if you can spot something there.
> These are what I am seeing:
> > + udi='gphoto2://[usb:001,007]/'
> > + '[' 'gphoto2://[usb:001,007]/' '!=' '//[usb:001,007]/' ']'
> > + gvfs-mount -u 'gphoto2://[usb:001,007]/'
> > + f-spot --import 'gphoto2://[usb:001,007]/'
> > [Info  15:27:48.754] Initializing DBus
> > [Info  15:27:49.030] Initializing Mono.Addins
> > [Info  15:27:49.664] Starting new FSpot server (f-spot
> >
> > (f-spot:2427): GdkPixbuf-WARNING **: GdkPixbufLoader finalized without
> calling gdk_pixbuf_loader_close() - this is not allowed. You must explicitly
> end the data stream to the loader before dropping the last reference.
> > [Warn  15:27:58.169] Caught an exception - Unsupported operation (in
> `libgphoto2-sharp')
> >   at LibGPhoto2.CameraFilesystem.GetFile (System.String folder,
> System.String filename, CameraFileType type, LibGPhoto2.Context context)
> [0x00000]
> >   at GPhotoCamera.GetPreview (Int32 index) [0x00000]
> > cleanup context
> > [Info  15:30:22.257] Starting BeagleService
> > [Info  15:30:22.338] Hack for gnome-settings-daemon engaged
> >
> > (f-spot:2427): Gdk-WARNING **: losing last reference to undestroyed
> window
> >
> > [Info  15:30:24.923] Exiting
> I'll have to explore the f-spot errors further...
I see those errors as well

Hrmm, If I pull out the mem card, so it only uses internal memory, plugging
in does not load up any camera icon, or mount it in gvfs (even though it is
told to in media/photos)

but clicking on gtkam, loads the camera normally without locking errors, I
can access it like I used to, not mounted on gvfs though, this was never a
problem in 8.04 hardy heron, so it seems something in gvfs gets upset , it
doesnt see the camera internal, unless it sees the mem card as well, on
hardy, it used to load up gtkam and inside it i could see both. The problem
remains, even if I close all those darn camera icons and click on gtkam, it
wont read it because it can not get lock. Clicking on unmount of one of
those icons, gets rid of both
at that point if I start gtkam manually I can load and see everything like i
used to, is there a  way to blacklist gvfs from touching my camera? Sure it
means manually loading programs to access it, but at least i can then access
the retched thing!
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