the problem comes from my webcam and the USB hub. Indeed, instead of
connecting the webcam to the hub and then the hub to the Overo, I connect
the webcam on the Overo and my program never enter in kernel panic.
I am not sure I can explain what but maybe it is because my webcam is USB1,
the hub is USB2 and the Overo OTG USB port is USB2. Maybe it is a problem of
Emilie Trevisiol wrote:
> Hi everybody,
> I work with the Overo and I want to use it to track object and/or face by
> a webcam.
> I use openCV for that.
> The program works well on the Overo (after loading and install openCV and
> cross-compiling the program) and I can detect my face on a screen. But
> after 10/15 seconds, I have a kernel panic.
> I really don't understand why.
> I work with a Logitech webcam (v4l), a power USB hub, a mouse and a
> keyboard, plugged on the OTG USB port.
> My kernel is 2.6.28 (on the microSD card).
> Someone had the same problem?
> Thanks to help me.
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