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Sorry about that, found the problem, even though the time was right Lat and Lon was the default and it was running in daytime mode with auto exposure even though I was changing the ISO exposure settings. One weird thing is that the metadata overlay doesn't work at full resolution, but it might have to do something with the USB connection being too slow for full resolution since the board has only USB2 and I also get banding and sometimes partial frames.
I finally got it somewhat working by adding the following in the original Makefileifeq ($(platform), aarch64)OPENCV = $(shell pkg-config --cflags opencv) $(shell pkg-config --libs opencv)CC = g++AR= aarch64-linux-gnu-arCFLAGS += -march=armv8ZWOSDK = -Llib/armv8 -I./includeendifIt takes pictures but it doesn't seem to use most of the camera settings.
The image.jpg is the original from git, I also changed the settings to RAW8 and image.png since my camera is monochrome, but that didn't help either.
The preview is not available in the GUI, didn't check the folder, running the installation on a new image right now using the non root user just in case. No there is no "pi" user.