Thanks again. That helps. In another post David Kelly suggest gphoto2 in
ports/graphics. I looked into this and it does support the DSC-F707. So,
perhaps it will work with the F717, too. Also, it supports your camera.
I think I will try both approaches and see how they compare. Of course
(doesn't it figure) I compile my kernel without USB mass storage
support. Oh, well. It's about time for another kernel compile :-)

Thanks again.


On Mon, 2003-03-03 at 17:21, Chad Albert wrote:
> All I have to do is mount it as if it were a regular drive on the system.  I
> think the generic kernel has support for USB mass storage devices, so plug
> your camera in and make note of it's device name then mount it as if it were
> an msdos drive.  In the following example my camera is /dev/da0s1 so after
> making a directory called camera in /mnt, I type "mount_msdosfs /dev/da0s1
> /mnt/camera"

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