Quick Start for Linux
This page shows how to start RICOH Camera USB SDK on Linux.
This page is designed to describe the two approaches to get started with RICOH Camera USB SDK. You can run Sample App to understand what the SDK can do and how it works. Also, you can add the SDK to your existing app to enhance it.
Run Sample App
Try out Sample App to understand RICOH Camera USB SDK quickly. Sample App has functions such as:
- Connecting to your camera
- Capturing images
- Changing camera settings
There are two options to run Sample App:
- Running the executable file
- Running the app you build from the source code
Live view sample app is required libwxgtk3.0-dev.
sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install libwxgtk3.0-dev
Running the executable file
(x64|x86|armv7l) should be selected according to the environment.
live view sample
Running the app you build from the source code
To build the sample application, you need:
- GNU GCC 5.1 or later
- CMake 2.8.2 or later
Installation command example.
sudo apt-get install build-essential sudo apt-get install cmake
cd samples/cli mkdir build cd build cmake .. make LD_LIBRARY_PATH=../../../lib/(x64|x86|armv7l) ./cli
live view sample
cd samples/liveview mkdir build cd build cmake .. make LD_LIBRARY_PATH=../../../lib/(x64|x86|armv7l) ./liveview
Integrate SDK into Your App
RICOH Camera USB SDK is provided in the shared library,
lib/(x64|x86|armv7l)/libRicohCameraSDKCpp.so. Please link when building your application.
The header file is in
include directory. Please set include path at build time and include
ricoh_camera_sdk.hpp in your source code.
#include "ricoh_camera_sdk.hpp" using namespace Ricoh::CameraController;
At runtime you need
Explore the quick references of each operation and events to enhance your app.