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Manual Reference Pages  -  LIBGPHOTO2 (3)

NAME

libgphoto2 - cross-platform digital camera library

CONTENTS

SYNOPSIS

#include <gphoto2/gphoto2.h>

DESCRIPTION

The gphoto2 library provides applications with access to a variety of cameras.

This man page will be extended with autogenerated documentation of the interface types and methods used for communication between the gphoto2 library and a frontend.

FILES

~/.gphoto/settings
  Here gphoto2 applications may store their configuration used to access gphoto2.
To track down errors, you can add the --debug parameter to the gphoto2 command line and, if dealing with USB problems, setting the environment variable USB_DEBUG=1.

ENVIRONMENT VARIABLES

CAMLIBS
  If set, defines the directory where the libgphoto2 library looks for its camera drivers (camlibs). You only need to set this on OS/2 systems and broken/test installations.
IOLIBS If set, defines the directory where the libgphoto2_port library looks for its I/O drivers (iolibs). You only need to set this on OS/2 systems and broken/test installations.
LD_DEBUG
  Set this to all to receive lots of debug information regarding library loading on ld based systems.
USB_DEBUG
  If set, defines the numeric debug level with which the libusb library will print messages. In order to get some debug output, set it to 1.

SEE ALSO

gphoto2(1), libgphoto2_port(3), The gPhoto2 Manual, automatically generated API docs, [1]gphoto website

AUTHOR

The gPhoto2 Team.
Hans Ulrich Niedermann <gp@n-dimensional.de>. (man page)

REFERENCES

1. gphoto website
   http://www.gphoto.org/
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LIBGPHOTO2 (3) 08/16/2006

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