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Arducam 64MP Synchronized Quad Camera-Troubleshooting

1. Error messages like this

Cannot find the corresponding package, please send the following information to [email protected]

Hardware Revision: b03111

Kernel Version: 5.4.83-v7l+

How to fix it

Try a fresh install of Raspberry Pi OS:

Do not run rpi-update!

2. “failed to import” error

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How to fix it:
For Raspbian Bullseye users running on Pi Zero ~ Pi 3, please execute the follows:

1. Open a terminal
2. Run sudo raspi-config
3. Navigate to Advanced Options
4. Enable Glamor graphic acceleration
5. Reboot your Pi

Meanwhile, you also need to execute the following steps:

1. Open a terminal
2. Run sudo raspi-config
3. Navigate to Advanced Options
4. Navigate to GL Driver
5. Select GL (Full KMS)
6. Reboot your Pi

3. Error message when install libcamera

Setting up libcamera-apps (0.0.7) ...
W: Repository is broken: libcamera-apps:armhf (= 0.0.7) has no Size information

How to fix it:

This error is just a hint and does not affect the installation and continued using of libcamera.

4. Error message when using libcamera apps

libcamera-still --list-cameras
[0:06:53.738043852] [1657]  INFO Camera camera_manager.cpp:293 libcamera v0.0.0+                             3572-e13ccdd5
No cameras available!
libcamera-still -t 0
Made X/EGL Preview Window
[0:12:13.562388581] [1462]  INFO Camera camera_manager.cpp:293 libcamera v0.0.0+3572-e13ccdd5
ERROR: *** no cameras available ***

Please input ls /dev/video* to check if there is /dev/video0

ls /dev/video*
/dev/video10  /dev/video12  /dev/video14  /dev/video16  /dev/video20  /dev/video22  /dev/video31
/dev/video11  /dev/video13  /dev/video15  /dev/video18  /dev/video21  /dev/video23

If you can not find /dev/video0 like above, then you may missed some steps.

  • Check the connection of the camera and the pi
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  • Check the steps of installing the driver again.
  • Check the config file

If you are using the camera on Pi 4, please make sure these items are under the line [pi4] like this:

Run sudo nano /boot/config.txt

If you are using the camera on Pi 4, please make sure these items are under the line [pi4] like this:
Run sudo nano /boot/config.txt

If you are using the camera on CM4, please make sure these items are under the line [cm4] like this:

Run sudo nano /boot/config.txt

sudo nano /boot/config.txt
....
[cm4]
otg_mode=1
dtoverlay=arducam_64mp
dtoverlay=arducam_64mp,cam0
arm_boost=1
dtoverlay=vc4-kms-v3d,cma-512

If you are using the camera on other Raspberry Pi platforms, please make sure these items are under the line [all] like this:

Run sudo nano /boot/config.txt

sudo nano /boot/config.txt
....
[all]
# Run as fast as firmware / board allows
arm_boost=1
dtoverlay=vc4-kms-v3d,cma-512
dtoverlay=arducam_64mp

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