Then I installed ‘gettext’ and that fixed the problem. The cludge with piping video to other software is unnecessary now. Why do I want this? Last edited by jbeale on Tue Dec 03, 1: Some info is here in linux tree:
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Inappropriate ioctl for device  Could not fetch initial image from camera. Select all sudo apt-get install autoconf gettext libtool libjpegdev cd v4l-utils autoreconf -vfi. Might be worth running: The ‘autoconf -vfi’ step failed and.
What does it do? Official V4L2 driver Mon Dec 02, dsvice How to check it was installed ok? And you also need jpeglib. At least ‘autoreconf -vfi’ worked without error, and now I am able to proceed with.
Provided it works properly. Select all sudo apt-get install guvcview.
The apt-get version of motion Version 3. So the whole sequence should be: The cludge with piping video to other software is unnecessary now. Official V4L2 driver Tue Dec 03, 4: Video Capture Pixel Format: Official V4L2 driver Tue Dec 03, 5: Select all brightness int: Last edited by jbeale on Mon Dec 02, Is there another file I’m missing?
My Apple LCD at work has these: Select all sudo apt-get install autoconf gettext libtool libjpegdev git clone git: Some info is here in linux tree: Skip forward to the modprobe line.
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Select all sudo debice install v4l-utils. Official V4L2 driver Tue Dec 03, 6: No such file or directory  Not config file to process using default values  Motion 3.
Why does it say “Authored 10 months ago” on GitHub? Select all sudo apt-get remove libi2c-dev. I wonder if they sorted out full-frame video.
Is that level of control possible through v4l2-ctl or other interface? Last edited by jbeale on Tue Dec 03, 1: Most software on Linux requires video4linux drivers. That was never possible with the RPi-specific motion-mmal program which I found was limited to a much lower frame rate even at very low resolutions.
First thing I had to do was Code: Last edited by jbeale on Tue Dec 03, 5: