You can get compactflash->pcmcia adaptors for about E15. Thats what I
use on my laptop for transferring photo to the computer. Just stick it
in and /dev/hde appears, mount it and you're sorted.
On Sat, 2002-11-30 at 13:26, boomer wrote:
> Now to the meat of the problem. I have a Nikon D100 Digital Camera which is
> currently not supported by Gphoto2. Therefore I went out and purchased a
> 6-in-1 USB card reader to be able to read the card on my linux laptop when I
> am out and about. Unfortunatly MD 9.0 or 8.2 do not seem to be discovering
> the reader even though the power light comes on. The card reader is the
> Soligor CR-106. If anyone knows what additional modules etc that I need are
> could they please let me know as I dont really want to have to fork out $300
> on vmware just to get my camera recognised on the move.
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