|echo "Installing FacetimeHD camera for $KERNELRELEASE"|
|git clone https://github.com/patjak/bcwc_pcie.git|
|rm -rf /tmp/bcwc_pcie|
|if [ ! -d "/etc/modules-load.d" ]; then|
|mkdir -p "/etc/modules-load.d"|
|cat > "/etc/modules-load.d/facetimehd.conf" << EOL|
|echo "Install complete."|
Put this file in
You can 'one shot' run it for your current kernel with
I'm running Korora (Fedora) 25 on a 2016 Macbook Pro, so that's what this is tested on.
I've tried to install the camera using the tutorial but I got the same error message. So I decided to run your script but I got the same error.
Copying firmware into '//usr/lib/firmware/facetimehd'
Any help is much appreciated.
I found a solution. Followed this instructions https://github.com/patjak/bcwc_pcie/wiki/Get-Started#get-started-on-fedora
Hello, I have tried the script but I am getting the following error:
**Installing FacetimeHD camera for
Checking dependencies for driver download...
I don't know what to do here. I am stucked.
Thanks in advanced!
Had to modify the script a bit but got it working on Linux Mint 19.3 (kernel 5.4.0-40-generic)
Thanks @ukn I've just tried your script on Fedora 32. I had to comment out line #43: