Access to Sony Mavica CD-1000 digital camera no longer works FC3
jvian10 at charter.net
Mon Jun 6 21:58:15 UTC 2005
On Mon, 2005-06-06 at 05:35 -0400, Marcus O. White wrote:
> G'day All,
> Finally upgraded remaining RHL 9.0 workstation to FC3. Now when I
> attempt to access my Sony Mavica CD-1000 digital camera via USB it no
> longer works. Whereas it worked under RHL 9.0. The system recognizes the
> camera, as can seen from the following:
> Jun 6 05:21:22 tbird kernel: usb 4-1: new full speed USB device using
> uhci_hcd and address 3
> Jun 6 05:21:24 tbird kernel: SCSI subsystem initialized
> Jun 6 05:21:24 tbird kernel: Initializing USB Mass Storage driver...
> Jun 6 05:21:24 tbird kernel: scsi0 : SCSI emulation for USB Mass
> Storage devices
> Jun 6 05:21:24 tbird kernel: usbcore: registered new driver usb-storage
> Jun 6 05:21:24 tbird kernel: USB Mass Storage support registered.
> Jun 6 05:21:29 tbird kernel: Vendor: SONY Model: DSC DDX-G2000
> Rev: 1.17
> Jun 6 05:21:29 tbird kernel: Type: CD-ROM
> ANSI SCSI revision: 02
> Jun 6 05:21:29 tbird scsi.agent: cdrom
> at /devices/pci0000:00/0000:00:10.2/usb4/4-1/4-1:1.0/host0/target0:0:0/0:0:0:0
> Jun 6 05:21:30 tbird kernel: sr0: scsi3-mmc drive: 8x/8x writer
> xa/form2 cdda pop-up
sr0 is the driver
> Jun 6 05:21:30 tbird fstab-sync: added mount
> point /media/cdrecorder2 for /dev/scd0
> Jun 6 05:21:30 tbird kernel: cdrom: This disc doesn't have any tracks I
Normal message for a usb attached cdrom with no disk in the drive. It
sees the drive but can't access the disk.
Everything up to this point seems normal
> When I attempt to mount it I see the following messages:
> [root at tbird ~]# mount -t udf /dev/sr0 /media/cdrecorder2
You are trying to mount /dev/sr0 (the driver). In the message about the
mount point above it says the device is /dev/scd0. Thus it cannot be
mounted with your command.
Since the fstab entry has been made, if you have need to manually mount
it the command (as root) would be "mount /media/cdrecorder2". The rest
of the data is taken from the fstab entry. Media device by default will
automount when a disk is available.
Did you even look at /media/cdrecorder2 to see if the content was
already mounted? Mine shows an icon on the desktop when I attach a
media device (cdrom, camera, flash disk, etc.) and it auto-mounts.
Also, you need to have a disk in the drive with a recognized filesystem
to do the mount. Verify that is the case.
A friend had a Sony camera that used a cdrom for the pictures. The
pictures were not actually in a filesystem until he told the camera to
close the session and thus could not be read directly on another cdrom
drive. I never tried to connect it to my linux machine so I don't know
if it would have been mountable while in the camera or not.
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