How do I fix a corrupted database?
- From: Baasha <baasha shaw ca>
- To: f-spot-list gnome org
- Subject: How do I fix a corrupted database?
- Date: Wed, 01 Jul 2009 10:53:38 -0700
I have about 200 photos in F-Spot that are inaccessible. When I am in
browse mode the thumbnails for these photos are visible, but when I go
to see them full size all I get is that gray photo slide icon. When I
select View>Metadata I get the message that the photo doesn't exist.
However when I go to the directory where my photos are stored,
everything is there.
I had a look at the database, but there are so many different sections,
and bits of information, that I'm not sure what I can edit safely
without making a complete mess. What can I do to safely restore my
photos so that F-Spot can see them? The 200 missing pictures represent
approximately half of my total collection. I am running F-Spot 0.4.3.1
on Ubuntu Linux.
[Date Prev][Date Next
] [Thread Prev][Thread Next