Wednesday, August 17, 2005

Late Night Help for a desperate photographer

I had taken some cool photographs using my digital camera. My previous installation of Windows 2000 had gone bad, so I reinstalled it. One of things that happened was that I misplaced my Cammedia software that comes with my camera. Olympus would not supply the software online. They asked me to contact an Olympus dealer.

Linux came in very handy, I was able to read my photographs using Digikam. See the screen shot below

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I guess this is just one of the many good things about open source.

Check out digikam. Also check out the screen shots at Digikam ScreenShots

2 comments:

Riaz said...

did you got SuSe on your desktop....cool

Riaz

Balbir Singh said...

Yes, SuSe was the only thing that worked for me.

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