[Digikam-users] Jpeg file opened as RAW after debian upgrade

Caulier Gilles caulier.gilles at kdemail.net
Sun Mar 19 22:38:52 GMT 2006

Le Dimanche 19 Mars 2006 07:06 PM, Pierre Dinh-van a écrit :
> Hello everyone,
> I'm using Digikam for one month (and i'm very happy with it), but I just
> made an upgrade of my debian testing and I got a problem.
> Since I did my upgrade, digikam (0.8.1-3) can't open jpeg files via the
> default image viewer or showFoto (is it the same ?).
> If I run it from a console, I get :
> digikam: WARNING: Running dcraw command : dcraw -c -2 -w -a -q 0
> '/home/pierre/Centralisation_Photos/1_Nouvelles/2006-03--Anti_CPE/2006-03-1
> /home/pierre/Centralisation_Photos/1_Nouvelles/2006-03--Anti_CPE/2006-03-18
>--Manif_CPE/imgp0060.jpg: Cannot decode PENTAX Optio 50L JPEG images.
> digikam: WARNING: Not a raw digital camera image.
> The Digikam image editor or showFoto just show a black rectangle which size
> is 0x0 pixels.
> It can open png files with no problem, and launching a slideshow in
> fullscreen works also.
> I looked in the mime types configuration, but it seems that .jpeg and .jpg
> are in the correct place...
> I would be very happy if someone can help me to find what happened !
> Thanks
> Pierre Dinh-van

Yes, this bug have been already fixed into stable and trunck svn branch.

Next 0.8.2 and 0.9.0 will be fixed. If you want to test, please checkout the 
code from svn like it's explaned into web project page.

Gilles Caulier

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