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Camera/F-spot problems



It's been a while and several versions of Fedora since I tried this
but F-spot used to start automatically when I plugged my camera in to
a USB port. Now it doesn't but I see the appropriate USB messages in the
system log that show the device is recognized correctly.

What does happen is that after a minute or so I see a camera icon appear
on the desktop and I can click on the icon and a Nautilus window opens
with a message at the top saying this media contains digital photos and
a button that says "Open F-spot Photo Manager". F-spot does not open
when I click on this button and there are no system messages.

I can open F-spot manually from the Applications menu but it does not
know that a camera is attached to the computer and I don't see a way to
tell it where to find the camera.

In the end this is just inconvenient because I can get to the picture
through the Nautilus window but does anyone else have similar problems
and/or any solutions?

$ uname -a
Linux steve.blackwell 2.6.27.25-170.2.72.fc10.i686 #1 SMP Sun Jun 21
19:03:24 EDT 2009 i686 i686 i386 GNU/Linux

$ rpm -qa | grep f-spot
f-spot-0.5.0.3-2.fc10.i386

Camera is a Cannon EOS 350D

Thanks,
Steve



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