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  1. #1
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    Digtal Camera Rimax Slim Mega Cam 1.3

    Hi there.
    I got a digital camera Rimax Slim Mega Cam 1.3.
    I read in some places that in this camera is possible to access the pics on her memory.
    I have my Kernel with SCSI generic support and USB Mass storage as I had read before.
    My /proc/bus/usb doesn't show any devices.
    How can I make this work ?

    I'm using Slackware 9.1 with 2.6.6 Kernel (with the modules that I had specified)

    I appreciate Help!

  2. #2
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    Mar 2003
    Since a magic icon didn't appear when you plugged it in, can we assume you don't have hotpluggin installed? Here's an excellent place to start if you want to install it:

    If you don't have hotplugging, then I think you need to manually mount the device.

    Sorry I couldn't offer more!
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    Apr 2003
    If you have SCSI disk and usb mass storage, then it should be treated the same as a USB thumb drive. Plug it in and turn it on. Now:

    tail -n 20
    And see if a /dev/sd* appeared. If it did, mount it (type vfat) and enjoy the pics.
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