On Sunday 02 February 2003 08:12 pm, HakanTerzioglu wrote: > Seems like the scsi emulated ide-cd and your cam is trying to get the same scsi id. > Please try with out the ide scsi support for your cdrom. i mean remove the word "hdc=ide-scsi" from /etc/grub.conf ( the line starts with kernel /boot....) If you are using GRUB as boot loader. (the default) > Then reboot the machine and check what happens.. Maybe not. From the position in /proc/scsi/scsi it could be /dev/sg0. At least it works that way wth scsi tape changer controllers > > -- Original Message -- > From: Dan Devine > To: RedHat 8.0 mailing list > Sent: Monday, February 03, 2003 5:34 AM > Subject: Re: USB Camera and SCSI Mass Storage device > > > OK, tried that....all devices /dev/sda --> /dev/sdd return with "mount: /dev/sd? is not a valid block device"... > > I've also read through the PDF > > http://www.omniflashproducts.com/downloads/OmniFlash/Linux/LinuxMountingInstructions.PDF > > > Attached devices: > Host: scsi0 Channel: 00 Id: 00 Lun: 00 > Vendor: FUJIFILM Model: USB-DRIVEUNIT Rev: 1.00 > Type: Direct-Access ANSI SCSI revision: 02 > Host: scsi1 Channel: 00 Id: 00 Lun: 00 > Vendor: ASUS Model: CRW-4816A Rev: 1.0 > Type: CD-ROM ANSI SCSI revision: 02 > Host: scsi2 Channel: 00 Id: 00 Lun: 00 > Vendor: Model: Rev: > Type: <NULL> ANSI SCSI revision: ffffffff > > > It's there....how do I get to it? > > > Thanks, > > DD > > > On Sun, 2003-02-02 at 19:10, HakanTerzioglu wrote: > > Hi, > Your camera , as a mass-storage device, is a emulated SCSI device for Linux, so if you look at your logs you can see which drive it is bounded to, and so you can mount that drive and reach your photos. > For mine ( a cheap digital camera costed me 100$) it is /dev/sdb, cause i have a scsi disk at /dev/sda. I mount usb cam like : > mount /dev/sdb /mnt/camera > and it just works. (My cam is not supported by gtkam either by the way) > Be careful not to give something like /dev/sdb1 sdb2 or so, you have to give only the device not a partiton. > > Generally digi cams have fat fs inside the internal memory so it wont be a problem for Psyche to mount it with its default kernel. > > YOu can examine the logs to see the usb mass storage like ; > dmesg|grep usb > > > Cheers; > hakan. > -- Original Message -- > From: Dan Devine > To: RedHat 8.0 mailing list > Sent: Monday, February 03, 2003 3:53 AM > Subject: Re: USB Camera and SCSI Mass Storage device > > Thanks for the help Stephen, > > here's what I'm seeing right now (directory/contents)... > > /proc/scsi > ide-scsi scsi usb-storage-0 usb-storage-1 > > Also, I got the following......... > /proc/bus/usb > 001 002 003 devices drivers > > I can see how /dev/scd0 (scsi disk 0)... get's mapped to /dev/cdrom. I just had to redo that with "ln -s /dev/scd0 /dev/cdrom" since I first posted on the list. > > Where is the USB device? I've successfully mounted /dev/scd1 with the addition of this line to the /etc/fstab > /dev/scd1 /camera usbfs defaults 0 0 > > > when examining the mount, I get the following directory...... > /camera > 001 002 003 devices drivers > > I've read the devices file and have found the entry for the camera, but I'm unable to actually get any of the data or even find a "drive" where I could see the files..... > > What am I doing wrong? > > > Thanks, > Dan > > > > I've also tried to map > -- Dan Devine <dannyboy259 attbi com> > -- Dan Devine <dannyboy259 attbi com> > > -- Stephen Carville http://www.heronforge.net/~stephen/gnupgkey.txt =========================================== The difference between robbery and taxes is simple: The first is someone threatening to hurt you if you do not give them your money. The second is legal.
Dan Devine <dannyboy259 attbi com>