I am trying to use the above kit I bought long time ago with a Raspberry Pi 4 B, but the kernel you mention in GitHub - ArduCAM/Arducam_OBISP_MIPI_Camera_Module won’t work on an RPI 4 B.
Your link: Multi-Camera CamArray - Arducam Wiki
Doesn’t have any specific instructions for the OV9281 chip.
Can you please link to your specific instructions for RPI 4 B?
Doesn’t work. Your instructions do not specify which Raspbian OS should be used and what’s the oldest kernel that is compatible with your application. For example, there are two different Raspbian OS available, 32 and 64 bits.
Running your instructions verbatim gives the first error when running ./install_pivariety_pkgs.sh -p libcamera_dev
Error: N: Download is performed unsandboxed as root as file ‘/home/pi/libcamera-ipa_0.1.0+rpt20231205-1_armhf.deb’ couldn’t be accessed by user ‘_apt’. - pkgAcquire::Run (13: Permission denied).
Also see the following screenshot:
Why don’t you just upload to GitHub a raspbian image that can just be downloaded and have the hat working as intended?
I think that you ignore the info in the note.
Please run the command “sudo nano /boot/config.txt
Then add * dtoverlay=arducam-pivariety
under [all] at the bottom. Following step is rebooting your Pi to take effect and install libcamera from Arducam to preview the camera module.
You can refer to the link below:
Your link does not mention the OV9281 module.
So, what are the instructions to install the drivers for the 1MP*4 Quadrascopic Camera Bundle Kit for the OV9281 in a raspberry pi 4?
Please check my last reply