On 14 April, 2004, at 14:55 (-0500)
Andrew L. Gould <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

> > > * digital cameras
> I use Sony Cybershot DSC-P92:
> 1. Plug camera into computer using usb, check dmesg for umass device and mount
> memory card file system; or....

Even better, have usbd do it for you. Add this line to /etc/usbd.conf:

        # Sony Digital Camera
        device "Digital Camera"
                vendor 0x054c
                product 0x0010
                release 0x0450
                attach "sleep 2; /sbin/mount /mnt/camera"
                detach "/sbin/umount /mnt/camera"

Then, add the following to /etc/fstab:

        /dev/da0s1        /mnt/camera     msdos   ro,noauto       0       0

I have the same camera. The above works great for me, on FreeBSD 4.7. Plug
the USB cable into the camera, turn the camera on, and a few seconds later,
the memory stick is mounted on your FreeBSD system. I've been using the
above configuration for about 9 months now, with no difficulty at all.

Obviously, YMMV, depending on the camera you have.

Brian Clapper, http://www.clapper.org/bmc/
Failing to get them to do it your way might mean they're stupid, but it also
means you failed to get them to do it your way.
        -- Cal Keegan

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