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I m trying to run depthjs for chrome in ubuntu 11.10. but is not able to make it function.
i compiled the files in npapi_plugin and when i m loading the manifest.json from the chrome browser to run the extension.. it get installed but it is not functional... it doesn't detect the kinect or show any blobs n all.
Can any one please tell me the exact procedure to be followed to make it run in chrome in ubuntu oneiric.
Thanks in advance
@pntripathi9417 I'm in the same situation. I was able to compile the thing, but then I was not sure what to do with the "depthjs.so" file. Now that you mentioned the manifest file I'll give it a try.
Any help will be much appreciated!
I've made some progress... installed the extension by using Chromium extension options and selecting developer's mode. Then, pointing to chrome-extension-mac path inside DepthJS folder. Now DepthJS is listed there, and an icon appears on my toolbar. But clicking this icon throws an error:
chrome-extension://oacgmoidikmgdakgicblegbocfholoag/popup.html Not Found
Not sure what to do next...
"chrome-extension://oacgmoidikmgdakgicblegbocfholoag/popup.html Not Found"
i have the exact same problem, but on a mac. Any ideas?
I'm running Gentoo linux. But I have the same problem. Is there any way, how to compile and install this software on linux?
There is no documentation about installing on linux and now i don't now, what to do or what log post to this forum.
Does anybody know, what to do?
If I solve this problem, I can write manual: How to install DEPTHJS on linux.
Oh damn. README.md says:
####January 2012: Now working on Linux and Windows Support.
####March 2012: Windows plugin now works with Chrome - use Firebreath to build (see instructions below)
It looks like, that Linux is not supported right now. We have to wait.
Does anybody know, when will be Linux supported?
What a pity, I thought that Linux is already supported.