I have a Cannon A640 digital camera. I recently upgraded to Mint 5 from Mint XFCE 4, and Ubuntu 7.10 for another pc. My digital camera worked fine before, but now it does not seem to want to connect to get the pictures when i plug in the usb cable, this is my syslog:
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Aug 12 20:14:15 pump-chump kernel: [ 1028.424525] usb 3-3: new high speed USB device using ehci_hcd and address 6
Aug 12 20:14:15 pump-chump kernel: [ 1028.578836] usb 3-3: configuration #1 chosen from 1 choice
I do not know the command to add to the Removable Drives and Media settings to make it copy them over. I installed F-Spot, and not to impressd with that either, although i can download them. in that program only.
So on with my questions:
What is the default program for Ubuntu to download the pictures from the camera?
How can i get this to run by default when plugged in?
How do i make this mount like a usb file device like ubuntu does?
* no this is not a Ubuntu vs Mint thread, I just like the way Ubuntu handled the camera pics, and more importantly my wife as well.