I'm very slow with Linux, so I will probably ask for clarification.
I'm running Fedora 14 on an HP mini-notebook. I recently bought a Nikon Coolpix L120. I am having trouble importing photographs from my camera onto the computer.
I've tried several different programs, and I have F-Spot and digiKam.
In digiKam, it auto-detects my camera, but I get this message when I attempt to import pictures:
Failed to connect to the camera. Please make sure it is connected properly and turned on. Would you like to try again?
I've seen this problem before on different forums, but I couldn't find any solutions that I understand. Do I have to mess with permissions? I don't know what this means, and I could use some help.
F-spot doesn't even detect my camera.
I read that F-spot requires gphoto libraries that would have something for my device. Unfortunately, on this list
my camera isn't listed.
The Nikon Coolpix L120 connects via USB cable.
Any help would be appreciated. Please be patient with me, I can type whatever you say into a terminal, but I will have difficulty understanding all of it. Thanks!