Package Details: ueyed 4.90-1

Git Clone URL: https://aur.archlinux.org/ueyed.git (read-only)
Package Base: ueyed
Description: IDS uEye camera daemon (USB and ethernet)
Upstream URL: https://en.ids-imaging.com
Licenses: custom
Submitter: de-vries
Maintainer: de-vries
Last Packager: de-vries
Votes: 2
Popularity: 0.000009
First Submitted: 2015-11-13 14:31
Last Updated: 2017-11-24 11:09

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Corship commented on 2018-09-30 19:15

Well it seems like they use pyueye as well so this could work.

retrakker commented on 2018-09-28 08:14

I think the downloads were most of the time behind the login, only a few versions were openly available, probably by mistake. As EO (Edmund Optics) are selling rebranded IDS cameras, IDS gave them their own download area without login:

http://www.ids-imaging.com/go/edmund/

The software is pretty much the same AFAIKS ...

de-vries commented on 2018-09-22 23:46

I'm afraid it's a bit worse than that. The checksum and URL are still up to date, but the website now requires you to log to download the file. I'm afraid there's little I can do.

The AUR checks that files in the source array are either URLs or part of the git repository. The first doesn't seem possible anymore and the latter is not an option.

I'm open to ideas.. =]

Corship commented on 2018-09-18 07:50

Hello. The checksum seems to be out of date.

Validating source files with sha512sums... uEye-Linux-4.90-64.tgz ... FAILED

Greetings corship

de-vries commented on 2017-11-26 18:07

Running the daemon manually should be fine. However, there are some command line flags that are required to configure it properly. You can see exactly what command is used to run the daemon in the service file.

WeeTC commented on 2017-11-24 16:37

I take it back. The camera is working now. After all the fiddling, I just hadn't enabled and started the process using systemctl. For some reason I thought it would be fine to just run 'ueyed' before the various programs.

WeeTC commented on 2017-11-24 16:11

Hey, sorry to pester you, but the camera just isn't being detected, despite showing up on 'lsusb'. Is the camera manager meant to be available in this package?

WeeTC commented on 2017-11-24 12:28

That was a fast response! Thanks for the update. The package installs properly on my system now, though I still can't access the camera. That may be a problem at my end though...

de-vries commented on 2017-11-24 11:10

The tarball for 4.82 was removed by upstream. Updated to 4.90.

WeeTC commented on 2017-11-24 10:04

I think the check-sum for this package is out of date.

Trying to install using 'pacaur', uEye-Linux-4.82.02-64-bit.tgz fails the validity check.