Query about deleting source image files
- From: Bret Busby <bret busby gmail com>
- To: f-spot-list gnome org
- Subject: Query about deleting source image files
- Date: Mon, 17 Oct 2011 14:58:03 +0800
I have a PTP camera; an Olympus SP-800 UZ.
My primary operating system and computer, runs Debian 5, on which I
cannot access the camera, much as I have tried. I have been able to
use and access digital cameras that use the "USB mass storage device
system" as I think it is named, without any problems, on that computer
and operating system platform.
However, to access the images on the camera, I have to use this
computer, which is running Ubuntu 10.04.3 LTS , and, on top of that,
F-Spot 0.6.1.5 .
But, unlike the configuration that I use on the Debian 5 system with
the other cameras, in F-spot, I can not find a means of deleting the
images from the camera (the source image files), when I import
(upload) them to the computer. I can not find how to do this, either
in the menu's in F-spot, or, in the Help or User Manual facilities in
So, the image files are accumulating on the camera.
F-spot, running on Ubuntu, as I have specified, is the only way that I
have been able to find, to access the images stored in the camera.
Is it possible, with F-spot, to delete the image files, when they are
imported /uploaded to a computer hard drive?
Thank you in anticipation.
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