There have been several changes to how camera apps in postmarketOS are installed on devices:
- Device packages for devices with working cameras now have a subpackage,
*-camera, that is installed by default. E.g.
megapixels-gtk3has been dropped from pmaports, this package was originally created to support sxmo's X11/DWM variant, but it is no longer required.
megapixelsshould now work with this UI.
megapixels-purismhas been dropped from pmaports, the app was packaged in Alpine Linux aports as
- pmOS images for devices that do not support a camera will no longer
megapixelsby default. Images for devices that do support a camera will have the relevant camera app installed by default.
postmarketos-default-camerais a soft dependency, it can be uninstalled if having a camera app is not desired. Removing this package will remove any supported camera app from the install.
Users with existing installs of pmOS on devices that support cameras can
postmarketos-default-camera to have the relevant camera app for their
$ sudo apk update $ sudo apk add postmarketos-default-camera
Other users with devices that do not have working cameras can safely remove
sudo apk del megapixels)