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Canon EOS Utility Or Canon camera Utility for Linux Mint

JustSomeGuy
Apprentice

Is there any talk of a Canon EOS Utility Or Canon camera Utility for Linux or Linux Mint?

Sure would love to sever ties to Windoze, and stop maintaining 2 devices.

I know this cannot be the first time this has been asked, but Canon seems to ignore.

 

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Waddizzle
Legend
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I have not heard any discussion on the topic.  Canon has never released any apps for the Linux platform, AFAIK.

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Waddizzle
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I have not heard any discussion on the topic.  Canon has never released any apps for the Linux platform, AFAIK.

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johnrmoyer
Whiz
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@JustSomeGuy wrote:

Is there any talk of a Canon EOS Utility Or Canon camera Utility for Linux or Linux Mint?

Sure would love to sever ties to Windoze, and stop maintaining 2 devices.

I know this cannot be the first time this has been asked, but Canon seems to ignore.

 


I use Debian stable and not Mint, but have you tried https://github.com/gphoto/gphoto2

https://community.linuxmint.com/software/view/gphoto2 

https://packages.debian.org/bookworm/gphoto2

or https://community.linuxmint.com/software/view/gtkam

I sometimes use rawtherapee for raw development and before I got an iMac, I ran a Windows virtual machine using qemu and the only Windows program I ran was Canon DPP.

 

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