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  $ udevinfo -a -p /block/sdc
  $ sudo emacs -nw /etc/udev/rules.d/local.rules
  BUS="usb", KERNEL="sd?1", SYSFS{product}="hp photosmart 320", 
  NAME="%k", SYMLINK="photosmart"
  $ sudo emacs -nw /etc/fstab
  /dev/photosmart /media/photosmart auto user,defaults 	0	0
  $ sudo mkdir /media/photosmart
  $ wajig restart udev

A Nikon Coolpix E5200 camera:

  $ udevinfo -a -p /block/sdc
  $ sudo emacs -nw /etc/udev/rules.d/local.rules
  BUS="usb", KERNEL="sd?1", SYSFS{product}="NIKON DSC E5200", 
  NAME="%k", SYMLINK="nikon"
  $ sudo emacs -nw /etc/fstab
  /dev/nikon /media/nikon auto user,defaults 	0	0
  $ sudo mkdir /media/nikon
  $ wajig restart udev

For some reason /dev/sdc1 is not created when the camera is plugged in (/dev/sdc is). But after an attempt to mount /dev/sdc, /dev/sdc1 comes into existence (even though the mount command fails with a request to specify the filesystem type). After installing the gnome-volume-manager /dev/sdc1 started being created.


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