Importing from Canon camera's fails on Ubuntu Dapper

Bug #38010 reported by Ruben Vermeersch on 2006-04-04
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Affects Status Importance Assigned to Milestone
F-Spot
Fix Released
High
f-spot (Ubuntu)
Medium
Unassigned

Bug Description

Error GeneraError: LibGPhoto2.GPhotoException: Unspecified error
in <0x000b9> LibGPhoto2.CameraFilesystem:ListFiles (System.String folder, LibGPhoto2.Context context)
in <0x0003e> GPhotoCamera:GetFileList (System.String dir)
in <0x00114> GPhotoCamera:GetFileList (System.String dir)
in <0x0000f> GPhotoCamera:GetFileList ()
in <0x00055> GPhotoCamera:InitializeCamera ()
in <0x001e3> MainWindow:ImportCamera (System.String camera_device)

AFAIK this is related to an old libgphoto2 version which gives wrong paths, but I could be wrong.

Changed in f-spot:
status: Unconfirmed → Confirmed
Matt MacLeod (mmacleod) wrote :

Linked to the upstream bug, this is definitely happening on a lot of Canon's (mine is a SD400).

Craig Duquette (cduquette) wrote :

I think I'm also having this issue with my Powershot S400

Craig Duquette (cduquette) wrote :

Never mind I'm not. My issue is bug 40835

Andrew Mitchell (ajmitch) wrote :

This appears to have been fixed with a recent gphoto upload. Could you please confirm this?

Matt MacLeod (mmacleod) wrote :

Not fixed, although the error is different. Upstream bug claims the fix requires libgphoto2 2.1.99 or later and a patch from FSpot CVS to fix it. So maybe the libgphoto patch was backported, but not the corresponding FSpot patch?

I tried installing the 2.1.99 packages from debian experimental, but they required a dbus upgrade, which I can't deal with messing up at the moment.

Matt MacLeod (mmacleod) wrote :

I compiled F-Spot from CVS head, and it works with the current dapper gphoto package. If the F-Spot patch from Gnome Bug 326860 is applied I imagine this will be fixed.

Andrew Mitchell (ajmitch) wrote :

Thanks for following this up with upstream, I'll get the patch in ASAP.

Ruben Vermeersch (ruben) wrote :

Using upstream CVS, I can import from my Canon S2, but not from my Canon Ixus 60, that one still gives me trouble.

Andrew Mitchell (ajmitch) wrote :

Uploaded 0.1.11-1ubuntu1, please follow up if this bug is fixed or still exists, please.

Matt MacLeod (mmacleod) wrote :

It will now import photos, but crashes when you exit from any session during which you imported photos. Not that critical, but I'll file a bug when I get a minute.

Andrew Mitchell (ajmitch) wrote :

Marking this one as fixed - the crash on exit should be a separate bug

Changed in f-spot:
status: Confirmed → Fix Released
Changed in f-spot:
importance: Unknown → High
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