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Digital camera, when I connect it, Redhat dont show me him...
Okay, Linux isn't Windows, it probably doesn't know what it is or has a driver that recognizes it but yet I still can't help you since you failed to mention the type of camera, how its connected or any other details since I lack psychic skills..
Originally posted by Mr.Kex USB...But with mandrake it wasnt a problem
Okay.. I still don't know what kind of camera your using (make/model).. I suppose if you fail to provide that information after me asking for 3 times now.. I'm not going to waste my time and effort to help you. And were not using Mandrake now are we.. just like windows, were using Redhat currently like you stated.
PS. I'm not trying to be rude or incosiderate but how can you expect any type of help if you provide no details and specifically the information that is asked of you? Just a thought.