thank you for the repository. DroidCam is great and I enjoy using it for my online meetings.
I wanted to mention it in my upcoming Fedora Magazine article but the installation is quite complicated (because of v4l2loopback, android-tools, etc). Would you care to update the installation instructions so new users have an easier time setting it up?
Man, it’s been two weeks since I’ve had to have a video-free meeting because I was having trouble installing it, but with your repository it worked first.
Please provide the repository for Fedora 35.
bug in 1.8.1-4.fc35: The .desktop file has the wrong path to the binary. because of this the icon is not displayed in gnome. By the way, about the icon, could you update it (the one without text at the bottom)?
Hello, first of all thanks for making a more integrated installation of Droidcam available.
Next week the beta for Fedora 37 should be released, could you please rebuild droidcam for fc37?
Thanks for this, I’m on Silverblue and this was very easy to install.
In F38 I get the warning below after running
sudo akmods sudo modprobe v4l2loopback-dc
Checking kmods exist for 6.3.8-200.fc38.x86_64Warning: Could not determine what package owns /lib/modules/6.3.8-200.fc38.x86_64/extra/v4l2l
Droidcam fails to launch when called from app menu. Do I need to install libappindicator-gtk3?
Update: Fixed after installing dependencies following:
Fedora 38, I’m getting the following error and droidcam not launching.
modprobe: FATAL: Module v4l2loopback-dc not found in directory /lib/modules/6.3.12-200.fc38.x86_64