SD Card mount problems
I used to connect my Canon Rebel directly to my PC, and the gthumb photo import tool would automatically open, and I could import pics.
Since installing 12.04, the camera is no longer detected, and I've not been able to get ubuntu to detect it. So, I bought an internal SD card reader, but that has brought it's own problems.
When I insert an SD card, it mounts fine, but it's nearly impossible to copy files from it. A 1 meg file takes over a full minute, so copying 100 pics that are 6+ megs each takes an inordinate amount of time.
I have tried various lines in fstab to no avail (maybe I'm using the wrong arguments?)
If I open the Disk administrator, I can select the card (16 GB Drive), click the little gear icon, and click "mount options". I cam change the options here to get it to mount, but they revert upon next boot.
This is very annoying! How can I get ubuntu to mount the card with full privilages?
Desktop: Quantal on Core2 Duo E8500/Asus P5Q
Laptop: Precise on S76 Pangolin