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2x Sony Alpha 5100 set-config

Bob Smith-2
I am trying to follow on to a previous thread so hope this connects ...

I completely rebuild by OS on a Raspberry Pi to get a clean install of Gphoto2 and python-gphoto2. I thought I had been successful when some of my python worked but when I was experimenting with gphoto2 --shell I found and error. This error "could" explain some of my difficulties getting other python routines to work. 

On a clean boot and a newly added camera (I find that things get hung up after failed attempts so this is the cleanest scenario)

This is what I get:

      pi@slave:~ $ gphoto2 --shell
      gphoto2: {/home/pi} /> capture-image                                           
      New file is in location /capt0000.cr2 on the camera                                     
      gphoto2: {/home/pi} /> get-config iso
      gphoto2: symbol lookup error: gphoto2: undefined symbol: gp_camera_get_single_config

This appears to be what eragon38 was describing.

Marcus, in your response you suggest the install of the latest version (I just installed 2.5.10) you mention:
You have updated libgphoto2 and gphoto2, but probably installed libgphoto2 not
in the system, but in /usr/local/

The gphoto2 2.5.10 needs libgphoto2 2.5.10 installed in the system for the new
symbol above
The install readme suggests ./configure --prefix=/usr/local is this wrong?
Do I have to do a new install to fix this? Any idea how I can do that on Jessie?

I'll start again if I have to if I know to use a different install script.
Thanks
Bob





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Re: 2x Sony Alpha 5100 set-config

Marcus Meissner-4
Hi,

The error:
symbol lookup error: gphoto2: undefined symbol:  gp_camera_get_single_config

As I originally wrote this means that you have a libgphoto2 version < 2.5.10
installed in the system, and try to use it with 2.5.10 gphoto2.

You need to install libgphoto2 2.5.10 into the system.

Ciao, Marcus

On Thu, Jun 30, 2016 at 10:29:53AM -0500, Bob Smith wrote:

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>     I am trying to follow on to a previous thread so hope this connects
>     ...<br>
>     <br>
>     I completely rebuild by OS on a Raspberry Pi to get a clean install
>     of Gphoto2 and python-gphoto2. I thought I had been successful when
>     some of my python worked but when I was experimenting with gphoto2
>     --shell I found and error. This error "could" explain some of my
>     difficulties getting other python routines to work.  <br>
>     <br>
>     On a clean boot and a newly added camera (I find that things get
>     hung up after failed attempts so this is the cleanest scenario) <br>
>     <br>
>     This is what I get:<br>
>     <br>
>     <div>      pi@slave:~ $ gphoto2 --shell</div>
>     <div>      gphoto2: {/home/pi} /&gt; capture-image                  
>                               </div>
>     <div>      New file is in location /capt0000.cr2 on the camera      
>                                      <br>
>     </div>
>     <div>      gphoto2: {/home/pi} /&gt; get-config iso</div>
>     <div>      gphoto2: symbol lookup error: gphoto2: undefined symbol:
>       gp_camera_get_single_config<br>
>       <br>
>       This appears to be what eragon38 was describing.<br>
>       <br>
>       Marcus, in your response you suggest the install of the latest
>       version (I just installed 2.5.10) you mention:<br>
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> in the system, but in /usr/local/
>
> The gphoto2 2.5.10 needs libgphoto2 2.5.10 installed in the system for the new
> symbol above
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>       The install readme suggests ./configure --prefix=/usr/local is
>       this wrong? <br>
>       Do I have to do a new install to fix this? Any idea how I can do
>       that on Jessie?<br>
>       <br>
>       I'll start again if I have to if I know to use a different install
>       script.<br>
>       Thanks<br>
>       Bob<br>
>       <br>
>       <br>
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