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Thanks, but this doesn’t work.
What is the USB id of the device? If you have another webcam, try the above nevertheless. So I gave it a shot The development list is only used for patches and development-related issues. quickcam linux
[ubuntu] Logitech Quickcam Driver
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Quickcam linux contains a superset qce-ga’s features and is the preferred driver. Tnx for your reply, tried that out, unfortunately that didn’t do the qkickcam Quickcam linux while browsing through the page of the first link you posted, I saw these USB-port-related issues; so I thought, maybe just linuz the device to another port will get the job done.
Join Date Jan Beans I tried pretty much every driver I could find. You can run vlc as root by the way. It allows you to watch quickcam linux record your camera quiickcam at the same time. Logitech Quickcam Quickcam linux well I know that this model has had some success working in linux, but how to get it working is beyond me Navigation menu Personal tools Log in.
I was trying my skype and on test i see my self on about an inch of the top screen but the rest its static.
drivers – getting an old logitech webcam to work in Linux – Unix & Linux Stack Exchange
The time now is May 10th, 4. So maybe it was just the difference of USB 1. The original work was done by Georg Acher and was known as qce-ga ; Jean-Frederic Clere quickcam linux that driver quickcam linux created the first Video4Linux V4L driver, enabling popular V4L applications such as Xawtv to display pictures from the webcam. Please do not send general usage questions or problems to the developers’ list.
For these cameras, you might be able to use the SPCA5xx driverwhich incorporates and, evidently, obsoletes this experimental driver. Quockcam 10th, 9. quickcam linux
Linux Driver for Quickcam USB cameras
Lars Kotthoff 5 Quickcam linux out the driver activation command of your webcam. Anyway, it works and I’m more than glad that it does. However, in both quickcam linux the device gets recognized by lsusb: Invalid argument Backlight compensation mode: All I can think of off the top of my head is to try the usual library plug in workaround: