I'm trying something else.
I have found this link to install gphoto2: RPM resource gphoto2
I have download this file gphoto2-2.4.11-3mgc30.src RPM because he has the same arch than the edison.
when i try to use the command:
rpm -i --nodeps gphoto2-2.4.11-1-mdv2011.0.i586.rpm
i have this mesage error :
error: Install/Erase problems:
installing package gphoto2-2.4.11-1.i586 needs 2MB on the / filesystem
Could someone can help me please?
First of all, you are very welcome, I'm glad to help whenever possible.
Now, I managed to install gphoto on my Edison, however it was a bit trickier that I thought it would be...
I'll try to put every step I took bellow:
1. I removed the libgphoto version i recommended you on Install Libgphoto on Edison, I had issues with it when trying to install gphoto.
4. I decompressed all packages and started installing them, they all are installed the same way:
4.3 make install
However, you need to install them on the following order:
5. The first three packages should install without any issues, however when you reach libgphoto2-2.4.11, even though I had libusb installed it kept requesting it, so I used:
After this you can install gphoto and you should be able to use it.
I did not test it however I did run it and everything seemed fine.
Thanks for all Peter.
The installation was successfull.
But i can't use my camera Canon 500D.
First of all my camera is in the list of the compatible camera of this version of gphoto.
I try this:
Bus 001 Device 002: ID 04a9:31cf Canon, Inc.
Bus 001 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0002 Linux Foundation 2.0 root hub
Bus 002 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0003 Linux Foundation 3.0 root hub
root@edison1:~# gphoto2 --capture-image
*** Error ***
Could not detect any camera
*** Error (-105: 'Unknown model') ***
For debugging messages, please use the --debug option.
Debugging messages may help finding a solution to your problem.
If you intend to send any error or debug messages to the gphoto
developer mailing list <email@example.com>, please run
gphoto2 as follows:
env LANG=C gphoto2 --debug --debug-logfile=my-logfile.txt --capture-image
Please make sure there is sufficient quoting around the arguments.
root@edison1:~# gphoto2 --list-ports
Devices found: 1
ptpip: PTP/IP Connection
Do i need to install some drivers to detect my camera ?
I'm not sure if that camera needs a specific driver to work with gphoto and unfortunately I don't have access to one of these cameras. So I believe my best suggestion would be for you to contact the gphoto developers to get a more accurate response; as you can see in the error message you posted, they included a support email. Why don't you try to get in contact with them for this specific issue?
Regarding your last question I believe you should be able to install an updated version of gphoto. The reason why I chose to install version 2.4.11, was because the version of libgphoto that I initially had installed was 2.4.11. As you know I had to remove that version but since I already had downloaded gphoto 2.4.11 I decided to install it anyways. If you want to install the latest version, you'll have to remove the older versions of libgphoto and gphoto and then install the newer versions as explained above.