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Linux Go App

Discussion in 'Pro/Adv Discussion' started by Controls Weenie, Mar 5, 2016.

  1. Controls Weenie

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    I want to write a Linux Go App to view the 720p image and control my P3P. My thoughts are to use a raspberry pie or pcduino. Is there an ICD (interface control document) that defines the USB packet messages between controller and tablet? I checked the sdk libraries but they are only available for android and iOS. I'm surprised a Linux Go App has not Benin written.
     
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    These apps have been written primarily to keep in mind of the popular OSs. App even for Windows doesn't exist. DJI has to maintain two release after verifying on compatible devices. IOS major releases have been concerns for everyone. It's no surprise that Linux app doesn't exist.
     
  3. Controls Weenie

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    I understand. I just want to know if the USB message content is public or does someone need to reverse engineer the data to make an ICD.
     
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