Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 443993
can't delete all pics from an iphone
Last modified: 2015-01-04 17:30:28 EST
gphoto2 recognises and lets me download photos from an iphone, but the -D
argument won't delete any pictures.
It prints a progress bar like..
Initializing Camera |-------------- | 34.0% 9s
completes this, and then returns to the command line, leaving all the photos
still in place.
Created attachment 303638 [details]
debug log from gphoto2 --debug -D
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strange enough, similar results i get from gthumb --import-photos in (fully updated) f10. it seems to have erased a few files but not all. repeating operation while camera is still connected does not delete more files.
unfortunately, since i'm unable to mount the device to delete the pics by hand, i'll have to search another way to do the job.
as a side note, disabling gnome actions in preferences-hardware, does not actually disable them: on connect, gthumb --import-photos still starts automatically.
i forgot to mention it's an kodak z650 camera :)
meanwhile i've tried to use another system where f10 is not an upgraded f9 but a new install. there i was able to mount the camera (under gvfs, maybe because i've choosed as the "action: do nothing" upon insert?) and remove almost all files left. now there are only 10 files not deleted . this i will call an improvement :)
i'll keep testing and reporting.
by repeatedly mounting/umounting the camera in gvfs i was able to delete all the photos in my camera.
I'm experiencing the same problem with a Canon SX1100 IS and gthumb-2.10.10-3.fc10.i386
See also bug 477997
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