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I installed Mandrake Linux 9.1 and ran gtkam. I selected my digital camera from the list of supported cameras (Kodak DX4330) and everything worked fine. I didn't like the whole ...
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    I installed Mandrake Linux 9.1 and ran gtkam. I selected my digital camera from the list of supported cameras (Kodak DX4330) and everything worked fine. I didn't like the whole Mandrake 9.1 thing so i returned to my favorite distro Red Hat and installed RH 9.0. When i open gtkam i saw that my digital camera was not in the list of supported cameras. Is it because i use an old version of gtkam or is it because of something else. When i used MDK i used KDE and now that i use RH i use Gnome. If the version of gtkam is the problem where can i find an rpm of gtkam and do i have to install anything else with it such as libraries etc?

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    It's probably because it's an older version of gtkam. The gtkam project homepage can be found here:
    http://gphoto.sourceforge.net/proj/gtkam/

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    or if you prefer rpms..

    http://rpmfind.net/linux/rpm2html/se...submit=Search+...

    verify that the version listed there is newer than the one you have

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