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I added "libappindicator-gtk3" as optional dependency now, as we do the same with "gtk3", given that "droidcam-cli" works without both of those packages. I wonder, perhaps this optional dependencies should be dropped and just added as regular dependencies. I'll fix that, it seems like a reasonable case. It seems that the issue is that the calls to install Possibly it's something specific to my system, but dropping this here in case anyone runs into the same.
Secondly, there is an easy fix for manjaro users. You just need to install kernel headers specific to your kernel version. So after installing linuxXX-headers, reboot and then install droidcam. I've tested it and it works perfectly fine.
Best of luck! Please, could you suggest me a place where to learn it? Thank you very much and regards. LenLord I've tried your suggestion but it doesn't work, the build still crashes. I've searched on my system the file "lusbmuxd I'm not entirely sure where to report this if not here. Thanks for reporting dwzg. I didn't have a chance to check building on fresh installation due to poor internet connection.
I added missing dependency now. Installation of the newest version of v4l2loopback-dc-dkms gives an error about a missing header file "usbmuxd. This can be fixed by installing libusbmuxd. I guess this is a missing make dependency. Basically obs-specific plugin needs a different android app too.
That's kinda expected to have one of these installed if you use DKMS. Split packaging from the droidcam package as droidcam-dkms sounds like the best way to go to me. Thanks for working on getting this cleaned up. ShayBox, this package is a kernel module used by droidcam, but packaged separately, so we can use DKMS hooks, so it does not break during kernel upgrades.
Actually, this package was not created very thoroughly, so I requested a merge into the 'droidcam' itself, so we can use split packaging feature there, to build both this one and the Droidcam itself. Srikannth, we currently have no solution. We might have to ask the developers to solve it, they'd understand the issue better. Please don't source un versioned files icon2. What is the point of this package when droidcam , droidcam-dkms , and droidcam-dkms-git exist, is this a custom build of v4l2loopback by the dev of droidcam?
This is a more useful link as you can see what changed between version. The tags on GitHub should not be modified after publishing. How is it not installing the right version then? The md5 sums of source files for kernel modules all matches, if you compare them from the package and right git tag. Please use the Github sources with taggged versions, this is using an unversioned upstream URL that breaks the checksum on update and currently isn't installing the version the package claims to be.
Srikanth, we are still working on a solution to get sound working. Simply adding snd-aloop to droidcam. The solution provided by droidcam sets the ID at install time but this very error prone. I have some plans on bringing this to the official repos, but not completely sold on this yet.
I'll switch to git sources, and, as much as I hate using epochs, I don't see a way around it. The versioning come from the way upstream used to release on their official website, it had that versioning. Since they switched to using only "latest", I have been arbitrarily increasing the pkgver. I fixed the source URL for 1. But still that issue remains with the zip from dev4apps. The sources for this seem to be available here. Since the sources are available I think this needs to use them — or get renamed as -bin.
I think you'll need an epoch to downgrade the version, but where is the 6. Srikanth The zip file itself droidcam Of course it has has a Makefile! But for some reason it has a Makefile which fails. Also the directory layout is changed and support for audio is added. Error making: droidcam. Thanks for insights malbeth. It is indeed the case. AwesomeHaircut, again we only have to change the filename. I'll make a commit with the change sometime tomorrow. I'll also look into the sound script.
Neither Yay or any other aur helper are officially supported. The makepkg command is the only way I test and only way i support. Like Foxboron said, this package fails to update if using an AUR manager with a cache like yay , since the droidcam. This package fails to update when using an AUR manager with a cache like yay , since the droidcam. The dkms dependency will be worked on upstream, but that will hopefully come soon and there won't be a need for loading.
The version on github is 1. This is a problem. The fact is, upstream never bothered with consisting versioning. I just tried removing all yay's cache manually and that worked. I did notice v4l2loopback-dc doesn't get loaded automatically though. Yay complains that droidcam. Building the package manually works though. Thanks Kalq, sorry about that. I pushed new version with added proper dependencies. If you use only the CLI version, then gtk2 is only needed while building, so I'm not sure if it should be added to the dependencies.
I leave it in makedepends for now. Hi, I think libjpeg-turbo , alsa-lib , ffmpeg , and gtk2 should be makedepends. I couldn't get it to work without them. I think gtk2 is not optional. I'm looking into the "install-sound" script right now and it seems to me that it's rather hacky.
There's been lot of changes to this package in the last couple weeks. There's also been changed to droidcam itself. Sorry for the delays and remember we all do this in our free time. There's been an actual release by the droidcam dev, so hopefully that means things stabilize for now. We now depend on v4l2loopback-dc-dkms, but now we are also depending on invidian to update that package in time.
And it seems like the shasums are already outdated Can't we just depend on v4l2loopback-dkms instead? Edit: No we can't Droidcam refuses to use that one. Manjaro is spam here, and the maintainer already said he can't install a different distribution just to support some users. Manjaro users: Please refrain from making further comments and use Manjaro support channels instead. I have unpinned and removed the pinned comment suggesting people to install the make with sudo make install.
This is silly. Any other workarounds are wrong. Upstream switched from putting versioned files on their website, to using a fixed name that has no version information. It only says "latest". This is not an issue with the package itself, but with the way upstream release. I plan on changing to a pure source package soon, once I get this building from source but, until then, if you get a checksum error, download from their website and change the PKGBUILD.
I see others having a similar issue, Why is this failing to build the module? What's missing from your package that's stopping this? Of course, sorry for being so cryptic. When I run "sudo modprobe v4l2loopback-dc" I get that error message, like artemklevtsov. It could possibly fix the issue I'm having currently on Manjaro Did you install? I totally assume it is something I butchered in my environment, somehow, but I thought, since artemklevtsov is trying a solution similar to what I've found elsewhere, it might be somehow related to recent updates kernel side.
Hi, the checksum for droidcam Could you please correct it? Note:Some AUR helpers do not redownload droidcam. I use manjaro on Linux 56 kernel, and I had the headers installed. The download snapshot method gave the same error. I'll do some extra testing on Arch and if it works I'l add the patch. As soon as I am behind my terminal.
You have to reinstall droidcam everytime you kernel updates Would be nice, if dkms would be implemented. I tried compiling the module from source and then invoking insmod manually. But the same error occurs. Not knowing much about kernel modules I have no clue how to fix this. I was actually missing the linuxheaders just installed it with pacman -S linuxheaders. The installation worked after that.
I am on linux5. I wondered that too when I adopted the package. I think it's against Aur guidelines to do it exactly the same way. I've experimented with it and it's definitely doable. Anyway I could add that if I find the time. I recommend you run makepkg with the --skipchecksums flag.
They might've already updated the latest version since my commit. I'll update the md5 hash in a couple of minutes. Like M. Srikanth mentioned I started using the new source. I am currently compiling the latest kernel so I can test it. But it's all working on 5. AwesomeHaircut: You just have to add readlink and it won't affect the installation in arch. I don't want to say "Manjaro is not supported" but that's what is officially true. The module loading is depended on where you have your extra modules folder that can be, and probably is, different on manjaro.
I have to make sure it works on Arch first and foremost. I just don't have time to install manjaro right now to test. Having said that, you can load the module manually by going into the source directory no matter which distro you're using. I won't be making any changes, but I'll make a short tutorial for manjaro, as well if you're using a kernel that has a different extra modules folder.
TecMunky: Try the solution from montefuscolo. It worked for me. There are no errors what so ever now. Thanks montefuscolo! I simply deleted the entire droidcam directory, then extracted the snapshot again, edited the build file, then executed the make command. Also, I did not get any errors during installation.
My error came when I executed the modprobe command. TecMunky I deleted my cache with "yay -Sc" and reinstalled with "yay --editmenu -S droidcam". I hope this was the way you meant. But when I try to open it I get the same error as TecMunky. It returns nothing, so I guess it's not loaded. Which makes kind of sense because I think it wasn't installed properly.
Did you install it? If there is nothing like [Installed] you have to install it: pamac install linux-headers. Still nothing of the mentioned here works. I also had problems installing droidcam on Manjaro with kernel 5. The problem was that extramodules is a symlink. The Solution is to resolve the symlink with "readlink -f".
I have looked at all the comments about my issue I think , but am still having a problem installing this package. I get the following message:. Again, no need for workarounds or manual installs. Whatever you normally use for installing things should work now. Actually I think no one even says where and how to use the makepkg -si with which code Nothing works, enough time wasted. I went ahead and installed 5.
It's about both; it should match exactly. It looks like you're booting from a different kernel version than the kernel headers you have installed. If you install linux 5. In your grub or syslinux boot file, you have to make sure you're booting the correct kernel. This wiki link might help? I still have the same issue after a reboot, I can update to 5. From what i've seen, there's nothing specific to manjaro from keeping this from working.
No need for downloading a snapshot or anything else anymore :-] it should all be working as normal Arndroid You probably have to reboot. Make sure your system is up to date, specifically your kernel and kernel-headers, and try again. You want to make sure uname -r matches pacman -Qi linux-headers grep Version. Passed icon2. As you can see, I do use Manjaro, is this the cause of the issue I have?
It does seems very similar to the issues others have recently mentioned. These instructions are generalized for anyone else that might need them, since you already have it downloaded :]. Cloning droidcam build files Checking droidcam dependencies Resolving dependencies Checking inter-conflicts Building droidcam All there is.
Maybe I have problems to install any files connecting to the Kerne modules My system is up to date with linux-headers version matching kernel version. I installed the package using makepkg -si. Any clue of what's going on? I also have the optional dependencies installed and up to date. After a kernelupdate I had to reinstall this, to get everything working again. Is there a way around that?
It says that the extramodules folder already exists in the system. Git says in the cache folder that master is ed. Great that helps a lot, I will push a change for the update since that's what seems to be happening AwesomeHaircut my system is up to date, and i have the same version of linux-headers as the kernel.
Weirdly enough, when i'm trying to use makepks -si instead of yay , i've got:. I have been trying to install droidcam for 2 days without success. I cant figure out where is this cat comes from, and my kernel is. Hello, how install programm? LevitatingRein I have this obivously not only with this package, while I uninstalled others likev module already.
Would you not consider this as the point to lok at: "No targets specified and no makefile found. It should be a relevant folder been created, but it wasnt. So mistake comes from Kernel or other kernel dependent installations, doesn't it? I blinded some parts of the higher paths, taking out username for public here. MTREE file Shaka2u1u I was able to build this package fine on Arch just now.
I think this is a Manjaro specific issue, and I am having trouble with realizing what might cause it. Hi, most probably due to the earlier mentioned problems, I dont get it to upgrade on manjaro: Preparing Synchronizing package databases LevitatingRein, the package have logically splited parts: kernel module and binary utility progrom. DKMS-module will be update module every time for the all installed kernels when install or update kerenel.
Also note droidcam in this packages is simply precompiled binary so more correctly call it droidcam-bin. I have never worked with shared packages before. What are the benefits to your solution? AwesomeHairbut, I made a disown request for the package a while back, it was now finally accepted, but I wasn't made co-maintainer apparently. If you could make me maintainer that'd be great, then I can finally push my fixes to this repo.
I don't understand what's going on with the ownership of this package but I'm reclaiming for now. I'll be sure to update it within the next 24 hours now that I have time to so again Ever since kernel 5. I have created a droidcam-dkms-git version of the package that install the tools from the 6.
When upstream makes a new release, I'll update this one. Edit: I also added the fix yochiwarez mentioned to the repository. I installed and loaded v4l2loopback-dkms, it didn't help. Yes, my kernel goes along the headers The module is installed into the wrong directory when using recent kernel versions I guess. Assuming your running 64bit ofc, otherwise manually download the bit one, run md5sum on it and replace the value for i accordingly. New checksums for 32 and 64 versions are : f2e9eefee5eeec16b1f7c ba87f28dca1ef4fc I have no permission to this repo so I'm posting it here.
Hope it helps! The module doesn't compile under linux 5. I have fixed the problem here , and you may use this patch directly. The droidcam. Ah great! I actually have to do a few things more than that but it should be straightforward thanks! Just need a package update for the new md5sums.
EbKeth can you try adding v4l2loopback-dkms as a dependecy? Package will not compile on linux 4. Report issues here. Skip to content. Star This commit does not belong to any branch on this repository, and may belong to a fork outside of the repository.
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