[clug-talk] Kodak easy share CD33 camera and kanotix
carlsonmark at gmail.com
Tue Apr 25 07:35:54 PDT 2006
On 4/24/06, Mitchell Brown <mbgb14 at gmail.com> wrote:
> The card almost-always autodetects and usually works. So, you may need a
> card reader for your computer ($50).
> The camera itself may not work (you will have to take the card out, plug it
> into the card reader).
> I wouldn't open it unless you're sure.
> On 4/24/06, Michael Walters <waltersm at telusplanet.net> wrote:
> > Hello All,
> > I just bought a Kodak easy share CD33 camera which ostensibly requires
> > minimum Windows 98. But Kanotix Debian Linux should work with the
> > camera, should it not?
> > I am a little afraid to open the camera as I am not sure it will work.
> > But I do remember that a memory stick from a friend's camera auto
> > detected with Kanotix. So perhaps my new camera should be auto detected
> > by kanotix too.
> > Should I go ahead and take a few pictures and try downloading them to my
> > system hoping the camera auto detects?
The Kodak Easy Share I have (I don't remember which model, and I don't
have it here right now) does not format the SD card with FAT, it uses
some proprietary looking filesystem. I almost was able to get it to
work under Linux using some special usb camera driver, but that was
several years ago, so hopefully things are better now.
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