Check out www.jcam.com. Its java and runs under linux (its actually
developed on linux). Its not open source however. It has GUI and works
with a lot of popular cameras.
On Fri, Jun 04, 1999 at 07:36:26PM +0100, Paul Curtayne wrote:
> this may be of interest to some
>>http://www.lightner.net/lightner/bruce/photopc/ppc_use.html>> "...This page describes "freeware" software which may be used to
> control and retrieve photos from Epson PhotoPC digital cameras under
> Unix/Linux, Microsoft Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows NT, and MS-DOS.
> This software also may work with Agfa ePhoto, Olympus D-xxxL/Z, Sanyo,
> Nikon Coolpix, Toshiba PDR-2, and other digital cameras based on
> firmware from Sierra Imaging, Inc.. "
>> the software is command line only, no GUI
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