The Camera Module is not detected at all. I double-checked the connections, flashed a new MicroSD with Raspbian and followed the instructions. There was that one blog post from back in '22 (not too long ago but still) that gave instructions on how to bypass the issue with the directories but that didn’t work
The dmesg log from your hardware?
It tells me, "./install_pivariety_dpkgs.sh: line 7: syntax error near unexpected token ‘newline’
./install_pivariety_dpkgs.sh: line 7: ‘’
(I’m sorry if this is incorrect, I am typing this up on a different machine.)
Troubleshooting attempts you’ve made?
I have tried all the workarounds that I have been able to find on the internet, but there are not that many.
What help do you need?
I would like to know if there is a more current and up-to-date list of instructions in order to get the Arducam 16MP Camera Module working with a Raspberry Pi 4 B
Okay, so I started over with the linked instructions, but this time I made sure to use sudo after running the first command (step 1).
As for steps 2-4, they all installed perfectly, which is surprising.
After the reboot, the RPi tries to run the “libcamera-still -t 5000” command, which pops up a quick window but then it goes away and the command fails stating “INFO Camera camera_manager.cpp:293 libcamera v0.0.0+3139-5baab39e
terminate called without an active exception
I have no clue what to do at this point. I will continue to troubleshoot, I love open-source projects, and I am finally getting to a point of understanding where if possible, I would be honored to help out as much as I possibly can. That’s the whole reason I signed up for the blog in the first place.
If anyone has any guidance or suggestions to turn me in the right direction, thank you in advance. I would love to hear feedback regardless of the topic/suggestion.
Okay, I have done what you requested, but I cannot figure out a decent way to make the hardware diagram. As of right now for testing purposes, it is just a Raspberry Pi 4 B with the Arducam 16MP Module connected to the Camera Port with a CSI cable.
Yes, let me check it again. Okay, I found the problem. There was an issue when I run the command “./arducam-camera-bug-report”. It returns with a Permission Denied, so when I try to run “sudo ./arducam-camera-bug-report” it returns “sudo: ./arducam-camera-bug-report: command not found”.
I’m going to cut my losses and return the Camera Module because it does not work with the updated firmware and current Operating Systems at least for the Raspberry Pi OS. I went through the bug report myself, and I don’t think it is capable of connecting with the module. Thanks again for the help, Edward!
The current release of the Raspberry Pi system with the new Bullseye system may confuse you, but it is precisely because of this system change that it makes everything better. If you’re interested, you can try it again on the latest bullseye system.
So I started over from the very beginning. I reflashed a Micro SD with Raspberry Pi OS. I booted it up and ran sudo apt update && upgrade
Then I began following the tutorial from the last link you sent me above, but this time, instead of typing the commands I just ssh’d into the RPi and copied and pasted every single command and they all worked this time.