Question about Samsung Computers & Internet
Samsung stuff adds a little flash, and I regret not having installed the Z10f software anyplace a little. First sort out how you want Fotoxx or whatever else reads photos on there to act, then configure a wine environment (having installed wine with apt get or yum or whatever) and give it (see also your SELinux configuration) access to that USB device. WINE is a sort of windows machine proxy you can run things on under Linux; in the day it ran Half Life, No One Lives Forever, etc. (but then OpenGL 2.4 came along, and it got complicated.) Then install the tocca apps in that wine environment and give them a test.
There are other options involving virtualization, VirtualBox, Xen, vmware and toolkit approaches, but wine is pretty easy to use (and secure, in case apps run a backend in with the samsung stuff!)
Posted on Mar 13, 2011
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