photos to memory stick?

Discussion in 'Desktop Operation' started by prunus, Nov 13, 2008.

  1. prunus

    prunus New Member


    I have digicam snaps on my hard drive which I would like to tranfer to a 1gb usb memory stick. Trouble is, I can't work out how to do it...

    I have picasa and digikam available. The stick mounts okay but Digicam just seems to want to transfer the pictures to another folder on the hard drive. Picasa has a 'save as' function but I can't work out how to insert a 'to removeable media' command, or whatever it is supposed to be.

    Any ideas, anyone?
  2. falko

    falko Super Moderator ISPConfig Developer

    Have you tried to do this with the file explorer (Nautilus if you're on GNOME)?
  3. prunus

    prunus New Member

    No, I haven't. I use PcLinuxOS which is a KDE distro. Is there an equivalent to Nautilus in KDE? I've opened almost everything but haven't recognised it, if it is there.
  4. falko

    falko Super Moderator ISPConfig Developer

    Yes, Konqueror.
  5. prunus

    prunus New Member

    Yes, I worked that out shortly after I last posted. But I still can't do what I want. It seems, cruising the web, that digital photography is not particularly well catered for in Linux.

    I'll post on my distro's forum next. Thanks for your replies.

    Best wishes,

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