ThorstenK Thorstek at
Sun Mar 28 13:23:26 BST 2004

On Saturday 27 March 2004 21:26, Chad Robinson wrote:
> ThorstenK wrote:
> > hallo,
> > I have a kodak dx 4330! It works perfect with gphoto2, but I canĀ“t use it
> > with konqueror! If I type a "camera:/" I get nothing, no warning -
> > nothing! Is there a way to get additional informations about it?
> If you don't get an answer to this, here's a hack to hold you over. I have
> a USB Olympus D-510 which isn't supported on the list (only serial versions
> are) by either KDE or gphoto2. But getting it working was still simple. I
> just installed automount and configured it to mount /dev/sda1 to
> /mnt/camera. /dev/sda1 is what the kernel maps this device to when it sees
> it. Now, from Konqueror I have a shortcut to that directory and I even
> added an item to the quick access list in KDE's nice open/save dialog box
> so I can get to it from other applications as well. I can't do direct
> capture, only copy files onto/off of the device, but it does work very well
> and it only took a few minutes to set up.

Thanks for your answer! 
The problem is, your solution would not work with m camera, I think! The Kodak 
dx 4330 is  not a masstorage-divice, so I think I could not mount it as a 
regular filesystem! 

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