No other similar threads seem to have encountered this problem. I take a lot of digital images. They range in side from 1 - 4 megabyte to. I use Image Capture on MacOS X 10.4/10.5 to down load up to a gig and a half of images each session. ALL the .JPG files from my Canon SX1000 are valid .JPG files when downloaded.
I burn them off to a dvd when I can fill a DVD with images. The images are all good when viewed on Mac OS X or on a Windows machine. So I know the hybrid file systems are working correctlty.
I had problems mounting hybrid DVD or CDROMS in Linux until I installed HFS/HFS+ untils. At that point I had no more problems mounting these hybrid cdroms.
The problem nos is that if I try to download images from my camera directly to Linux, they will not all download. If I try to view all the files I'v burned to DVD as a hybrid file system I get this error
Error interpreting JPEG image file (Not a JPEG file: starts with 0x00 0x00)
All these files are valid jpeg files. All of them open on Mac OS X and all of htem are viewable in the camera itself. What is happening here? Why is Linux the only system on which I cannot view or use these images. Personally I'd prefer to be using tiff or png files but jpeg is what is available to me with this model of Canon camera so I'm stuck. I'm not dissatisfied with the quality of jpeg. I think they are high enough qualityy that there is no lossy compression being done.
What is the problem and how can it be remedied?
Hardware: eeepc 1000 (SD hard drives)
Processor:Intel Atom 1.6 ghz