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You won't find that. Something that will allow you
to upload wesites from within your "development
environment" is for instance amaya ... go to http://www.w3c.org and there should be a link
to it on the first page. It will use HTTP Push
rather than any frontpage specific protocols.
And I'll have a look into your Camcorder
problem now :) ... hope I can find SOMETHING ;)
As for the digicam ... it seems to be supported by
the kernel(s). You should be able to use it as a
removable disk, I don't know about the firewire...
You'll need to create a mountpoint for it... I'd
recommend to get usb manager for
ease of use and convenience, it will make
mounting the thing a breeze.
As editor I can recommend the gimp. It's a bit
different from how Photoshop or others work,
but once you get the hang of it it's unbeatable.
If you want to do batch-conversions you can
easily use the command line tools from the
for details... yes, you have to use command-line,
but you can convert/rescale all pics by the same
standard within seconds ;) Beat that!
1. Download package.
2. cd /usr/src
3. tar xvzf /<path-to-package>/amaya-src-8.2.tgz
4. cd Amaya
5. mkdir obj
6. cd obj
9. make install (or, if you have that tool, use checkinstall.
makes uninstalling easier)
10. right-click the K-Button
11. select menu-editor from the pop-up
12. select the category you want amaya to live in
13. click New Item
14. give it a name, e.g. Amaya
15. in the command-entry field put /usr/local/bin/amaya
16. click apply
Before I go off and try this usbmgr thingie, I'd like to make sure it does not work as of right now. When I plug my Camera in to the USB port is there any way to just type mount (something) and check if it wlill mount. Or should the OS immediately recognize upon plugging in, in which case i know it doesn't work.