To install the pycam, just find the ``setup.py'' in the subdirectory named ``pycam'' and run ``sudo python setup.py install.'' Furthermore, what you need to install might include the follows:
The lib*-dev are (my guess) for the cpp codes, which need to include the cv.h and highgui.h.
So far, my testing results are:
- pycam-read-only/pycam/examples/: Okay, but the fps are low
- pycam-read-only/pycam/examples/opencv: Failed. There were errors I don't know how to resolve yet. Only the ``cam-histo.py'' can be executed, after remove the ``cv.CV_VERSION'' at line 88. (the CV_VERSION seems not in my OpenCV.)
- pycam-read-only/pycam/pycam/: Failed
- pycam-read-only/c-vs-py/c_examples: Okay
- pycam-read-only/c-vs-py/py_examples: Some codes showed errors. They are harris_opencv.py, objectDetect.py, and people_only.py.
EDIT: New results are given in the new post:
Trials of pycam example code (2)