The PYTHON-1300-C camera module is supported by V4L2 sub-device drivers, which can be used to define a capture pipeline with the V4L2 linux framework.
Please use the following reference designs as a starting point, which include the PYTHON-1300-C linux driver as a kernel patch:
PZFMC2 + FMC-HDMI-CAM + PYTHON-1300-C Vivado HLS Reference Design, Vivado 2015.4
PZFMC2 + FMC-HDMI-CAM + PYTHON-1300-C SDSoC platform, Vivado 2015.4
The above designs provide a patch for version 4.0 of the linux kernel, which corresponds to 2015.4 version of Xilinx tools.
We are currently working on a new patch for version 4.4 of the linux kernel, which corresponds to 2016.2 version of Xilinx tools.
Hope this helps !
Could you fix the links please?
I know this thread is very old, but just want to ask how is "a new patch for version 4.4 of the linux kernel, which corresponds to 2016.2 version of Xilinx tools" coming up? Is that still an ongoing project?
I have fixed the above links.
In the files included with the reference design, I see there are 2 samples: motion_detect and video_cmd. It looks like these are compiled and installed directly on the SD image. Is it possible to use an SD image that has already been created, compile these samples into executables, and run them directly on Linux? I am trying to get the camera working in an application on the PicoZed SDR Z7035 running on Linux.