I bought a new toy which can work smoothly with the digital camera.
Eye-Fi Explore X2 8GB
Have photos & videos fly from my camera to your computer & favorite sharing site – and see them land already organized by date.
It is simple and easy to use.
Now, I take pictures or videos. Then all these photos and videos will transfer to my DNS-323 FTP server for backup, and if my computer is on, to the designated folder.
There are tons of features you will like.
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2013/08/29 Update: Google shuts down Picassa for Linux in early 2012. Download links are removed.
Now we can use the free picasa in the Linux.
There are three package can be download
Free Download (.rpm) – for Red Hat/Fedora/Suse/Mandriva x86
Free Download (.deb) – for Debian/Ubuntu x86
Free Download (.bin) – Self-extracting installer, for any x86 Linux distribution
This Picasa can run on the 764-bit linux with 32-bit compatibility libraries.
What’s different between the Windows version of Picasa and Picasa for Linux?
For the people used Picasa for windows, there are a few differences between windows version and linux version as below:
+ Picasa for Linux is currently available only in the U.S., with an English interface.
+ Google’s Hello photo-messaging application is Windows only, so it’s not currently integrated with Picasa for Linux.
+ CD burning isn’t supported in Picasa for Linux. The button will be grayed out in the interface. The CD-ROM-burning library used by Picasa uses a Windows driver that’s not easy to support on Wine.
+ Similarly, the backup feature is not supported.
+ There’s currently no Export to TiVo® feature.
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