Steve Blackwell wrote: > 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? > You can go into System --> Preferences --> Personal --> File Management and pick the Media tab. You can set what happens when different types of media are inserted. I suspect yours is set to do nothing for Photos. (Users of F11 have a different menu path.) Mikkel -- Do not meddle in the affairs of dragons, for thou art crunchy and taste good with Ketchup!
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