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digital camera: how to image PTP?

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Joël
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Re: digital camera: how to image PTP?

Post Posted: Feb 09, 11 18:03

Hi,

The mounting process or dameon on Mac OS X is "diskarbitratord"
you have to launch monitor activity and kill this process
and now the automounting is off.
Restart your machine to reactivate diskarbitrator

Joël Gomez
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Joël
Newbie
 

Re: digital camera: how to image PTP?

Post Posted: Feb 09, 11 18:57

Thank's

but i don't understand something
If you want to image forenzically your memory you don't have to mount it.

If you want the physical device:
no need to mount something and your command is OK
the device is detected

If you want the logical device(partition), /dev/fuse0 is the physical device so it's not possible (busy because the partition is mounted)

if you run linux try "sudo fdisk -l"
the result is device and partitions connected in your system

Joël  
 
  

azrael
Senior Member
 

Re: digital camera: how to image PTP?

Post Posted: Feb 09, 11 19:02

Are you running as root ? If not, try that (SuDo) - that can be a cause of the "resource busy" error.
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Joël
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Re: digital camera: how to image PTP?

Post Posted: Feb 09, 11 19:10

OK
so if i understand, if you just plug your camera on your computer you can't see the device

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azrael
Senior Member
 

Re: digital camera: how to image PTP?

Post Posted: Feb 09, 11 19:15

I'm guessing here, but :

- Turn off the fuse stuff ...
- Plug in the camera
- Do a "lsusb" - post that information here
- Do a "dmsg | grep -i "SCSI device"" - post that information here

- I'll get back to you in a minute ...
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azrael
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Re: digital camera: how to image PTP?

Post Posted: Feb 09, 11 19:52

Ok, not got a clue at the moment Wink Thought that it might at least create a /dev/sd? even if it didn't mount it ... Shame, I'll give it some more thought.
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