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|−|The article talks about configuring hotplug in order to get cameras working. Hotplug is now deprecated, it should be hotplug-free and replaced by udev if possible. --[[User:Pholie|Pholie]] 06:21, 12 January 2006 (EST) |+|
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|−|Sorry, my last post (just deleting it!) was a load of rubbish - I must have had some other problem with the pixels... |+|
I with the at the of (outinworked. that .
|−|I looked at the PKGBUILD for libgphoto2 (should have thought of that sooner!), and this configuration stuff has now been converted into udev-ese ( which I won't pretend to understand) and it seems to work out -of-the-package, without extra tweaking. | |
|−|I tried it with my Kodak and gthumb without the files in /etc/hotplug/usb and it worked. | |
|−|The install script creates a 'camera' group, so one is also relieved of this little job. | |
|−|I guess the result is that this wiki page is now redundant. | |
|−|Arch gets better all the time! Thanks maintainers! | |
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|−|: [[User:Gradgrind|gradgrind]] 07:06, 4 February 2006 (EST) |+|
Revision as of 13:08, 6 November 2012
Logout after adding to group
I played around with the instructions in the article and at one point could see the camera listed in the output of "lsusb" in Terminal 1 but not in the Gnome terminal. After restarting (logging out/in) Gnome everything worked. Maybe that should be added.
i think is a good idea to speak about shotwell software, like f-spot BUT MONO free and less dependencies, more speed than f-spot