At least ‘autoreconf -vfi’ worked without error, and now I am able to proceed with. Then I installed ‘gettext’ and that fixed the problem. Do you get the same undefined macro: Official V4L2 driver Tue Dec 03, 5: Last edited by jbeale on Tue Dec 03, 1: Select all sudo apt-get install v4l-utils. Might be worth running:
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Select all Making all in rds make: Last edited by jbeale on Tue Dec 03, 5: How to check it was installed ok? Is there another i2cc I’m missing? Last edited by jbeale on Mon Dec 02, Select all sudo apt-get install autoconf.
Select all sudo apt-get remove libi2c-dev. So the whole sequence should be: The cludge with piping video to other software is unnecessary now. Some info is here in linux tree: Select all sudo apt-get install autoconf gettext libtool libjpegdev cd v4l-utils autoreconf -vfi.
Is that level of control possible through v4l2-ctl or other interface?
Please direct all questions to the forum, I do not do support via PM. If so, an example of the command would be great. Inappropriate ioctl for device  Could not fetch initial image devicf camera. Last edited by jbeale on Mon Dec 02, 9: The apt-get version of motion Version 3.
Select all sudo apt-get install autoconf gettext libtool libjpegdev git clone git: Mon Dec 02, And proper timestamps allowing VFR, and easy muxing, e. Official V4L2 driver Tue Dec 03, 4: Do you get the same undefined macro: Then I installed ‘gettext’ and that fixed the problem. I’ve been waiting for this. Select all sudo apt-get install v4l-utils. First thing I had to do was Code: Select all brightness int: Select all sudo apt-get install motion.
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Does this v4l tool have a command line option like “list controls”? See the Autoconf documentation. Official V4L2 driver Mon Dec 02, 9: Skip forward to the modprobe line. The ‘autoconf -vfi’ step failed and. What does it do? Select all checking for gawk I notice that many jpeg images saved by motion appear somewhat overexposed, for some reason.