so... If the real implementation is not through udev, it might not be worthwhile pursuing this path. Then try to run gphoto2
--auto-detect and look whether the camera is detected. best wishes Achim Hubert Figuiere (hub) wrote on 2008-03-25: Re: [Bug 189506] Re: Normal user can't access USB camera Error (-53: 'Could not claim the USB device') #17 On Tue, 2008-03-25
But does not start automaticaly, I must start f-spot and manually select the cam to import photos. How do I get one?3.4.2. On GNU/Linux systems, ld.so is configured by adapting /etc/ld.so.conf and running ldconfig. 3.6.2. There are similar looking folders under the '45' class rules = liblip, libmtp, libnjp for usb devices, but when I read these, they dont look like they include any of the
I keep getting this error message in the syslog: 3.2.1.What can I do about the error message "Could not find USB device"? Extending this method Ok, so now that I've covered this basic use case, the real reason I suggest gphoto2 is that it will let you script just about anything to do What shall I do ?3.3.3. philinuxNovember 5th, 2008, 07:07 PMThis is a problem with 8.04 I had to buy a card reader.
I want to use GNU stow, but that fails.3.6.4. What's the best way to rotate downloaded JPEG images without losses? This error is reported by camera drivers if corrupted data has been received that can not be automatically handled. Gphoto2 Could Not Lock The Device So this way it will get the right attention I hope.
Depending on your system, one of the following commands should do the trick: apt-get install gphoto2 yum install gphoto2 Now, plug in the camera. Raspberry Pi Gphoto Remke (r-schuurmans) wrote on 2008-07-13: #30 http://linux-prof.nl/index.php/Gphoto2_camera_detect szczym (szczym) wrote on 2009-08-30: #31 In hardy the bug still exists, despite fixes, i just tested it on fresh 8.04.3 it actually makes to mtp... If you know a solution, please let us know. 3.3.
Sign up for the SourceForge newsletter: I agree to receive quotes, newsletters and other information from sourceforge.net and its partners regarding IT services and products. An Error Occurred In The Io-library ('could Not Lock The Device'): Camera Is Already In Use. http://www.dcclark.net/ ------------------------------------ SourceForge About Site Status @sfnet_ops Powered by Apache Allura™ Find and Develop Software Create a Project Software Directory Top Downloaded Projects Community Blog @sourceforge Resources Help Site Documentation Support EOS 350D > > then do > > ls -l /dev/bus/usb/001/008 > > ? > > Ciao, Marcus > > regards, -- Herbert Parentes Fortes Neto (hpfn) Information forwarded to [email protected], The PTP driver crashes on my Linux 2.4.18 system.
Make sure no other program or kernel module (e.g. I just downloaded the libgphoto2-2.1.1 distribution off sourceforge and it builds "libgphoto2.so.2.0.3". Gphoto2 Could Not Claim The Usb Device Raspberry Pi my system: hardy 64-bit with latest updates. Gphoto2 Gphoto2error 53 Could Not Claim The Usb Device Installation FAQs3.6.1.
Not sure what to do next???.... This error is reported when the user specified a directory that is non-existent.
Is my webcam supported by libgphoto2 ? Make sure no other program or kernel module (such as sdc2xx, stv680, spca50x) is using the device and you have read/write access to the device. > *** Error (-53: 'Could not [email protected]:~$ ls -l /dev/bus/usb/007/022 crw-rw-r-- 1 root root 189, 789 Sep 14 21:20 /dev/bus/usb/007/022 that is my outputs for the to commands you wanted me to run. 73 Dale -- e: I downloaded and opened the rules file you supplied. (seems odd that it wasn't in my library).
unutbuNovember 27th, 2008, 06:57 AMI'm not sure why you are missing /etc/udev/rules.d/45-libgphoto2.rules. Gphoto2 Filename If you intend to send any error or debug messages to the gphoto developer mailing list
stevek123November 19th, 2008, 03:11 PMbump (if this action is inappropriate for the ubuntu forums I am sorry....still havent gotten this worked out...) timcredibleNovember 19th, 2008, 03:14 PMwhat program are you using
See Section 4.3, “Setting up permissions for USB ports” for details. Pierre Frenkiel (pierre-frenkiel) wrote on 2008-06-07: #27 Sorry, but the access problem is not fixed for me with version 2.4.0-8ubuntu7 (I didn't try with 2.4.0-8ubuntu6). You have two choices (at least): Buy a fast computer, buy Windows and Visual C and some manuals on how to access USB or serial ports on Windows. Gphoto2 Commands Add tags Tag help Thomas Perl (thp) wrote on 2008-02-06: #1 Output of "env LANG=C gphoto2 --debug --debug-logfile=my-logfile.txt --get-all-files" Edit (224.7 KiB, text/plain) Fabián Rodríguez (magicfab) wrote on 2008-02-21: #2 Could
Run the camera on battery instead of the AC adapter. It claims the camera. > > /System/Library/Image Capture/Devices/PTPCamera.app/Contents/MacOS/PTPCamera > > sudo kill -9
and now I just get a “relocation error” complaining about “undefined symbol: gp_library_version”3.6.2. But when configuring gphoto2-2.1.1 I get Library requirements (libgphoto2 >= 2.1.1) not met 3.6.1.I've just compiled and installed a new version of gphoto2, libgphoto2, gtkam, etc. Workaround proposed is good enough to get access to the pictures as a "normal" user. If the camera is mounted on the desktop (because you use Gnome) then eject it from the file manager.
stevek123November 5th, 2008, 06:08 PM? ... I'm using a Canon SD800. sbolten (stephan-bolten) wrote on 2008-03-25: #15 I can confirm this (IXUS 55 and EOS 20D). What did I do wrong?3.5.
Please don't fill out this field. Then try to run gphoto2
--list-ports and look whether the ports you want to use are listed there: For serial devices, the port with the appropriate device must be listed There is some more info regarding this at http://krixor.xy.org/fredrik/gp/canon-g1-ac-problem/.