I am using Ubuntu 16.04 64 bit to try to capture RGB and Depth images from a Realsense SR300 depth camera.
I have installed the appropriate SDK etc, and the camera is being recognised and producing RGB data. There is also a separate stream producing depth data, but I cannot view this.
When I use the tools that accompany the SR300, namely
realsense-viewer, I am greeted with an error:
RealSense error calling rs2_pipeline_start_with_config(pipe:0xb29f40, config:0xb284e0): Requested pixel format is not natively supported by the Linux kernel and likely requires a patch for fourcc code INZI! Alternatively please upgrade to kernel 4.12 or later. Last Error: Inappropriate ioctl for device
My kernel version is
Googling this problem leads me to this thread. Apparently the last post is a patch script that will fix the issue, but I have no idea what to do with it.
Any guidance I could get on resolving this issue would be appreciated