Here is the output various gphoto2 outputs. Clever CAM Serial port support: Setting timeout to millisecond s If it says Class 08 it is supposed to be mass storage. Now, of course, you understand that in all likelihood something will not work quite right at this point. Therefore, you were refused the connection.
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That command is fleshed out in the support library with the details of how to do that, using that particular camera.
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I replaced the 2 AAA batteries in the camera and now it is being detected by gphoto2 – granetech stuff. Surely you did not just now install it?? Libgphoto2 just contains all of the data about how each camera works.
Now the only error message I’m getting is the following. Therefore, you were refused the connection. The current CVS tree supports even more, which are not yet supported in the released version libgphoto Secondly, I noticed the debug line, 2.
Perhaps you do not have gphoto2, either. Then it is quite possible that the old version is being accessed and not the new one, and you have a conflict.
It may have happened And libgphoto2 is the library which lies behind everything, which tells how the given camera works. If you followed the steps exactly, this kind of stuff is not supposed to happen.
Net email is sponsored by: On Sat, 10 Sepgerard klaver wrote: Setting camera model to ‘Polaroid PDC ‘ So for example, if a camera is actually supported and working what happens is that you give the command to get the photos gphoto2 -P and then gphoto2 checks whether or not a given camera is present, queries the relevant library to know if the camera is supported, and the details about how to support that camera.
Now based on this new information, does this give you a better idea on what is causing this error, and more importantly how to get this camera working? If the camera is not supported kin libgphoto2, then –it could possibly be a matter of routine to add its USB Vendor: Setting key ‘model’ to value ‘Polaroid PDC ‘ gphoto2 2. Mu suspicions not necessarily in the order I list them are: Here is the results of what you suggested.
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Cheers, Theodore Kilgore — sane-devel mailing list: Don’t take it wrong. It appears to be at least talking with the camera now.
Needed for webcam support, generally speaking. The ldd command is supposed to display all library dependencies of an executable, and to tell if those libraries are found or not. Setting timeout to millisecond s Granctech may be in that case necessary to install the camera on Windows and install a USB traffic logger, to see what the camera is doing.
If step one does not give any positive result, then it is necessary to look deeper into the matter. I will make some comments, about the output of lsusb -v, below.
I think I have seen that particular page before, when trying to learn more about the Grandtech chip which uses a somewhat screwed version of mass-storage Bulk Transport and for which I ended up doing the kernel support. The big bugaboo is that one sometimes faces at that point an undocumented compression codec, which it is only possible to try to solve by guesswork.
Very important, no doubt, and also a little bit of a pain in the behind.
So, I would say try again, read the installation instructions again, and check double before each step.