On Mon, 17 May 2004 20:50:45 +0100
Ben Paley <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> In the past I've always been able to mount USB devices (a card
> reader and a webcam) as msdosfs at /dev/da0 or some such... my new
> camera's not playing that game.
> It's a Kodak EasyShare DX4530. I've unplugged all my other usb
> devices to test things, and booted up with it plugged in.
> usbdevs -dv shows:
> Controller /dev/usb0:
> addr 1: full speed, self powered, config 1, UHCI root hub(0x0000),
> Intel(0x0000), rev 1.00
> port 1 addr 2: full speed, self powered, config 1, KODAK EasyShare
> Zoom Digital Camera(0x0576), Eastman Kodak Company(0x040a), rev 1.00
> port 2 addr 3: full speed, self powered, config 1, USB HUB(0x0e01),
> 0x0000(0x0000), rev 0.04
> port 1 powered
> port 2 powered
> port 3 powered
> port 4 powered
> Only three new entries are created in /dev when I plug it in:
> /dev/ugen0, dev/ugen0.1 and /dev/ugen0.2, none of which are
> mountable in the normal way as msdosfs (I get "Block device needed")
> Digikam detects it fine and correctly, but when I try to look at it
> says "Failed to initialize camera.
> Please ensure camera is connected properly and turned on"
> In the meantime Windows has no problem with it at all. This state of
> affairs must not be allowed to continue, by mine honour.
> plugging it in gives
> -bash-2.05b$ ugen0: Eastman Kodak Company KODAK EasyShare DX4530
> Zoom Digital Camera, rev 2.00/1.00, addr 2
> and unplugging it
> -bash-2.05b$ ugen0: at uhub0 port 1 (addr 2) disconnected ugen0:
Sounds like umass is not in the kernel. I would check their first.
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