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Old 04-03-2005, 07:29 PM   #1
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Digital Cameras on Linux.

Anyone knows any good Digital Camera software for Fedora Core 3 Linux. I know gphoto2, which is a command line tool. I would prefer a GUI. Your help is appreciated
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The question is "How does your camera represent itself to
the machine?" ... if it's a plain USB storage device there's
no need for any particular steps, just mount it and use the
pics in whichever way you please ... ;)

That aside, there's a graphical frontend available from the
gphoto2 home-page (to the best of my knowledge).



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