[Digikam-users] Empty camera list
ach at mpe.mpg.de
Wed Jun 21 00:48:49 BST 2006
On Tuesday 20 June 2006 22:04, Caulier Gilles wrote:
> Le Mardi 20 Juin 2006 20:52, Benjamí Villoslada a écrit :
> > Hello,
> > After the last gphoto2 upgrade, I go to see if now works the Panasonic /
> > Lumix DMC-FZ30. But digiKam doesn't detect the FZ20 (detected from now).
> > I look the camera list: is empty.
> > I can see a long list with
> > $ gphoto2 --list-cameras|grep -i panasonic
> > "Panasonic Coolshot KXL-600A"
> > "Panasonic Coolshot KXL-601A"
> > "Panasonic Coolshot NV-DCF5E"
> > "Panasonic DC1000"
> > "Panasonic DC1580"
> > "Panasonic DMC-FZ20"
> > "Panasonic DMC-FZ20 (alternate id)"
> > "Panasonic DMC-LC1"
> > "Panasonic DMC-LZ2"
> > "Panasonic Lumix FZ5"
> > "Panasonic PV-L691"
> > "Panasonic PV-L859"
> > (not FZ30 :( )
> > Versions:
> > gphoto2 2.2.0-3
> > $ digikam --version
> > Qt: 3.3.6
> > KDE: 3.5.3
> > digiKam: 0.8.2-rc1
> > Any workaround? Thanks :)
> > Regards,
> Tested here into Mandriva 2006 and Suse 10.1with last libgphoto2 2.2.x No
> Note : the binary compatibility is broken with older libgphoto 1.x. You need
> to recompile digikam !
1.x? AFAIK problem even happens for an 2.1.6 -> 2.2 upgrade.
Independent of BC. There a bug somewhere. Either BC was broken
without bumping soname of the lib or digikam does something wrong
how it loads libgphoto.
See also http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=374460
I really don't like the hackish workaround to install libgphoto2-2-dev
but I've still to learn what goes wrong.
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