Description of problem:
As part of the Fedora Fit And Finish Day (http://www.fedoraproject.org/wiki/Test_Day:2009-08-04_Fit_and_Finish:Peripherals) I tested connecting my phone via USB cable in order to import photos. A dialog appeared asking if I wanted to import the photos. When I clicked to do that, another window 'Import Photos' appeared. It complained that 'No photos were found'.
There is a 'dcim' directory on the card and during conversation on IRC people said that the media type was detected correctly.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
whichever version was in the Fit And finish live image
Steps to Reproduce:
Could you please also attach the output of "gvfs-mount -li" and "gvfs-tree <uri of the mount>"?
Trying to reproduce the problem here...
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gvfs-mount -li output
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I can reproduce this problem when importing photos from my SD card (the photos are made with a Canon 450D) and this is a regression, it used to work correctly in previous releases. I think it happens because the card is unmounted just before the import operation.
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In case if i wasn't clear enough in my previous comment: this happen when using the memory card in a card reader, as a mass storage device, which is what I prefer to use in order to preserve the battery.
It also fails when reading directly from camera (PTP mode) with a different set of errors - "An error occurred in the io-library ('Bad parameters'): No error description available", but this bug is about memory cards.
This is due to the current gthumb not using gio one bit, and upstream still having not made a release of the code with GIO support (they're happy restructuring/rewriting the code...).
But for the time being, importing photos with Fedora 12 is a *pain*: I can copy the files with Nautilus, but their file names are ALL CAPS (IIRC it used to be like this only when using PTP mode, now I see it also in mass storage mode), so after the import I have to run by hand a script and restore file name sanity.
This bug appears to have been reported against 'rawhide' during the Fedora 12 development cycle.
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