I’m running Ubuntu I searched in this forum and after doing a command the camera is installed. It doesn’t say I should but I run it as root ie use sudo When I run sudo make I get a bunch of warnings about variables not used etc let me know if this is needed so I can post Also, I then proceed to run sudo make install and get the following error: Rod December 31, at 3: We able to see the camera in the Labview but can’t able to get the images.
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Message 5 of Posted by Rod at 9: Then the usual procedure is: But not sure what to do with that information.
I searched in this forum and after cmaera a command the camera is installed imaqhwinfo this is what i get: We have an existing software with NI Vision.
Luckily the changes were relatively minor as the functions still exist, they’ve just been moved to different locations and so the new relevant header files have to be included. Anonymous October 1, at 7: Generally, in order to compile a driver from source code, you need to install the prerequisites build-essential and linux-headers-generic.
Message 8 of It is working fine with the Logitech and the other USB webcams available in the market. Sign up using Cqmera. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Tell me about it, never got it working with the Gumstix although with some work it’s probably possible. It’s a stand alone without internet connection. The device I’m using is an 8 bit buffered USB 2.
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In Matlab workspace, execute: Message 6 of The issue with the drivers is that they were originally written for and tested with Fedora Core 5, which is based on an earlier version of the 2. Luckily the source code was included so I was able to do the modifications and provide the developers with my.
Yeah I got working eventually but it was a bit of a mess. Email Required, but never shown. When I run sudo make I get a bunch of warnings about variables not used etc let me know if this is needed so I can post Also, I then proceed to run sudo make install and get the following error:.
This option is mutually incompatible with -F. I can post the output of the error messages though.
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I’m running Ubuntu Post as a guest Name. Message 3 of Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your search results by suggesting possible matches as you type. I spoke to the company and they were very helpful and sent it over.