The data and timing lines of LED strips present an insignificant load to the Pi so you should be OK adding more.
If you are using the Pi together with an Arduino to drive your LEDs, you could modify the Arduino fast SPI sketch (LEDstream.pde) to perform the colour mixing you require.Knapster wrote:So i thought setting the "rgb" value in boblight.conf section [color] for blue to 0040FF would compensate this disparity.
With this my Philips SPC900NC webcam (a USB1 device) works at [email protected] Without this it only works at 160x120.jdb wrote:... perhaps try running without fiq_split_enable - set dwc_otg.fiq_split_enable=0 in cmdline.txt.
It did! I delayed until today hoping it wouldn't. Thanks for describing your fix using a pc with microsoft windows.MrEngman wrote:... the next rpi-update will fail to boot.
Does this post help? It worked for me.w1tht0uchp4d wrote:Are there any suggestions?
@MP33 Thank you. With my Philips Webcam SPC 900NC at 320x240 or below there are now no .xsession-errors reported by guvcview, whereas before there were extensiveM33P wrote:A new kernel is available via rpi-update
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Ay31415 wrote: sudo nano /etc/modprobe.d/modprobe.conf
The line I used to make the configuration file is:-macintoshgeek wrote: I don't seem to have that module. Hmmmm...