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#include <stdio.h>
#include <string.h>
#include <stdlib.h>

#include <gphoto2/gphoto2-camera.h>

#include "samples.h"

/* Set the owner of the first camera.
 * This program can autodetect a single camera and then sets its
 * owner to the string passed on the cmdline.
 * Same as:
 *    gphoto2 --get-config owner
 *    gphoto2 --set-config owner="Owner Name"

int main(int argc, char **argv) {
      Camera            *camera;
      int         ret;
      char        *owner;
      GPContext   *context;

      context = sample_create_context (); /* see context.c */
      gp_camera_new (&camera);

      /* This call will autodetect cameras, take the
       * first one from the list and use it. It will ignore
       * any others... See the *multi* examples on how to
       * detect and use more than the first one.
      ret = gp_camera_init (camera, context);
      if (ret < GP_OK) {
            printf("No camera auto detected.\n");
            gp_camera_free (camera);
            return 0;

      ret = get_config_value_string (camera, "owner", &owner, context);
      if (ret < GP_OK) {
            printf ("Could not query owner.\n");
            goto out;
      printf("Current owner: %s\n", owner);
      if (argc > 1) {
            ret = set_config_value_string (camera, "owner", argv[1], context);
            if (ret < GP_OK) {
                  fprintf (stderr, "Failed to set camera owner to %s; %d\n", argv[1], ret);
            } else 
                  printf("New owner: %s\n", argv[1]);
      gp_camera_exit (camera, context);
      gp_camera_free (camera);
      return 0;

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