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Setup Raspberry Pi Hardware PermissionsGitHub is home to over 40 million developers working together to host and review code, manage projects, and build software together. Have a question about this project? Sign up for a free GitHub account to open an issue and contact its maintainers and the community. Already on GitHub? Sign in to your account. After updating to 2. It is also not detecting the camera that is connected and was detected just fine before all this. I've diffed the udev rules file with the current one in the repo, no differences except the name which starts with 60 instead of The problem persists over rebooting. I can reproduce on both my desktop and my laptop. Seem be due inconsistency in release vs debug builds. We're working on it. As for now - the specific pop-up is a false alarm, it doesn't not affect functionality and can be safely disregarded. I have the same issue, should I revert back to 2. The popup seems to be related to not being able to see any output from my i so it affects my functionality. I also have the same issue, cannot see d Is there a way to revert back to 2. BTW, for me the warning in the realsense-viewer V2. Yeah having this issue too. However it seems that the rules are actually not installed. The purpose of this notification is to alert the user in case one has outdated or even multiple udev files in those locations which can lead to an unexpected behavior. Make sure to follow and pickup the udev step from the installation guide. For debian distro - running "dpkg -L librealsense2-udev-rules" will show the full location of the installed file. Regarding the false warning - the fix PR has already been merged into the development branch, so in case you've resolved the udev installation issue, rebuilding the SDK from source should also remove the notification. My d is not found in realsense viewer v2. Same problem here! I have already turned off the secure boot function before installing ubuntu and the SDK, and it does not work though.
How to Configure Device File owner/group with udev rules
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