Thank you for your interest in the Intel Edison Board.
I was able to find some codes to serve as reference for your project:
Thank you in advance,
The first and second link . But i want to use OV7670 like use in raspberry pi. I don't would use the Arduino IDE, i use the Linux of Edison. But i don't understand how to connect the Arducam library for can use in the programs. In the examples in the raspberry pi of the Arducan library have one makefile and programs to users.
The its readme tells :
# ArduCAM Library and examples porting for Raspberry Pi
## 1. Edit config.txt
sudo nano /boot/config.txt<br>
uncomment dtparam=spi=on line<br>
uncomment dtparam=i2c_arm=on line<br>
## 2. Install related libraries and tools
sudo apt-get install wiringpi <br>
sudo apt-get install i2c-tools <br>
sudo apt-get install libi2c-dev <br>
sudo apt-get install python-smbus <br>
## 3. Make the library and examples
`memorysaver.h` must be configured to enable `RASPBERRY_PI` definition before make the library.<br>
cd /home/pi/ArduCAM/example/RaspberryPi <br>
sudo make <br>
## 4. Run the examples
Examples to run the demo code, using different executable files for different camera models.<br>
sudo ./ov2640_capture -c test.jpg 320x240 <br>
sudo ./ov5640_capture -c test.jpg 320x240 <br>
sudo ./ov5642_capture -c test.jpg 320x240 <br>
sudo ./ov2640_4cams_capture -c test1,jpg test2.jpg test3.jpg test4.jpg 320x240 <br>
I want to do the same thing with Edison. I want to create one makefile to use the Arducam Library with Edison. But don't know this for Intel Edison.
The example that you have followed contains a package manager (apt) which Intel Edison does not provide, as it uses opkg.
With that in mind, I can tell you that what you try to accomplish might be possible, but will require some effort, and unfortunately we are not able to assist you further in creating the make file.
Please let me know in case I can provide you any other information.
Thank you for the information.
In this case, of you are having any issues with the USB camera, please open a new thread!