From: Eamonn Shinners (shinnere at domain gofree.indigo.ie)
Date: Thu 20 Jun 2002 - 09:41:24 IST
I have very little experience with USB stuff, so I'm at a dead end with
this. I have a UMAX AstraPix 320S camera with USB connection, which I
have tried connecting to my desktop and laptop, both running RH7.3 . I
know the connection is OK 'cos it works under that unementionable OS.
Using the KDE control centre, a look under information/USB shows both
USB hubs, and a digital camera connected to hub 1 ( both hubs being
internal ports ). This tells me that the camera has the following;
USB version 1.16
Vendor ID 0xd64
Product ID 0x1001
Both hubs have USB version 1.0
When I run gtkam, the frontend for gphoto2, and turn on debug, it
returns the following;
*** ERROR *** Could not find USB device (vendor 0x553, product 0x202).
Make sure this device is connected to the computer.
The camera is supported by gphoto2, the obvious thing is the different
vendor and product ID's.
Do I need to set anything up on the machine before I even try connecting
Any help gratefully received.
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