alternative ptp client

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Re: alternative ptp client
« Reply #950 on: 08 / January / 2017, 19:03:05 »
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@reyalp

Ok , maybe my understanding was wrong.Their fix ends up to the GUI you see in the screenshot.
Your fix , disappears the second one (the one that is under the rec/play buttons) at all.

I am used to windows version gui , where dropdown boxes are clickable even without anything connected.
So maybe its what you said , difference in gui platform behavior.
So , bottom line , "their fix" seems to be correct.

PS : If you want me , to zip the compiled cd/im/iup/lua packages so you can compile a new chdkptp and release a "fixed" version just let me know.Or even the compiled chdkptp itself , although i am a bit messy with the included libs/includes :)

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Re: alternative ptp client
« Reply #951 on: 08 / January / 2017, 19:11:19 »
Ok , maybe my understanding was wrong.Their fix ends up to the GUI you see in the screenshot.
With the fix, if you connect to a camera and switch to REC using the GUI, can you use the dropdown to change shooting mode?

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PS : If you want me , to zip the compiled cd/im/iup/lua packages so you can compile a new chdkptp and release a "fixed" version just let me know.Or even the compiled chdkptp itself , although i am a bit messy with the included libs/includes
Thanks, but I think I'll wait for the next version of IUP to be released.
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Re: alternative ptp client
« Reply #952 on: 08 / January / 2017, 20:23:46 »
@reyalp
No idea :) I have minimum experience operating cameras+chdkptp on linux. So bare with me :)

Linux distro is on VM.I connected camera and got automounted.That fcked up things for chdkptp.So i had to configure ubuntu not to automount stuff.
Did that , camera was detected , not mounted.
In every case , chdkptp was connecting to the camera.But nothing worked.I could shutdown/reboot camera but thats all.None of the buttons on gui worked.
Camera was in a do-nothing-state even if i was disconnecting the usb cable.I had to remove battery and restart it in order to operate it.
Nothing to do with chdkptp.I checked with the precompiled chdkptp (with your fix) and it was same case.
Then i thought to check if camera is working ok in windows chdkptp.Since windows were upgraded lately something was screwed up with libusb and canon related stuff.
Reinstalled them , chdkptp and camera were working just fun.Tried to "pass" camera to VM but never got through ever again."Driver error" on the vm log.
So it has to do something about the connection of the camera in linux or vm or both.No clue what exactly.As i said 99% of the time i work with windows chdkptp.

Bottom line i cant check what you asked.

But i zipped chdkptp and the link is https://www.dropbox.com/s/03nxr38aiogxivl/chdkptp.tar.gz?dl=0
It should worked in any linux installation , all the libs are included (some libs must be present in distro though i suppose like e.g. readline6).Someone could take it and try it on some physical installation and tell us his comments.
Its the compiled chdkptp with the fix.
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Re: alternative ptp client
« Reply #953 on: 08 / January / 2017, 20:34:28 »
@reyalp
No idea :) I have minimum experience operating cameras+chdkptp on linux. So bare with me :)
That's fine, I'll just wait for the next release of IUP. Thanks for reporting the issue and testing as far as you have.

I have had USB stop working in virtualbox under windows. I think the rebooting the guest fixed it in my case, but I don't remember exactly.
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