I can confirm that the Fujfilm S 5500 camera works on Feisty. Go to Places,
Computer and the camera appears as FUJIFILM USB-DRIVEUNIT:disk-1.
I only have one issue. How do you now block USB devices as the /etc/fstab
file does not mention the usual sda device for USB disks.
Gavin McCullagh writes:
>> On Tue, 03 Jul 2007, Pinco Pallino wrote:
>>> I have a Fujfilm S 5500 camera and my Feisty doesn't recognise it, could
>> you help me? :(
>> This page seems to suggest it works as a regular USB storage device.
>>http://www.digital-cameras.info/fuji-finepix-s5500-zoom.htm>> "Why won't Fuji tell you it's Linux compatible? I don't run Windows, and
> searched the web to make sure this would work. In the end I sort of chanced
> it, having only found one reference to it with Linux. It's fine; 100%
> compatible as far as I can tell. Just mount it in the same way that you
> would any removable USB memory device (my Mandrake 9.1 system detected it
> anyway), and copy the files over in the usual way (hint: use "cp -p" to
> preserve photo creation timestamp)."
>> Is this a thin client or a regular desktop?
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