I try to get some test kernel done for that, so this could get into stable updates. At least with the most current versions. Appreciate any help we can get. Webcam drivers I installed Windows 7 to a friend of mine, but her incorporated webcam doesn’t work. Bus Device
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Ubuntu, Fedora 10 Posts: Introduction to Linux – A Hands on Guide This guide was created as an overview of the Linux Operating System, geared toward new users as an exploration tour and getting started guide, with exercises at the end of each chapter. I need to install the drivers microelctronics the built-in Webcam.
OK, I digged quite a bit. When I type lsusb I get: V-UBC40 If anyone hears of a third party offering them then do please let me micfoelectronics. Problem solved following the link you suggested.
The images became weird. As a result, the kernel team would appreciate it if you could please test this newer 2.
I think it uses video codecs v4l1 but im not sure. Probably some info could be there check the bug All times are GMT Download and unpack http: Find More Posts by darko None, the status of the bug is updated manually.
In dmesg I have: Choose the appropriate architecture for your computer, install and reboot. After it is unloaded, the webcam can work properly. It was working fine under 8. The kernel is updated, all the packages too.
Board index All times are UTC. To post a comment you must log in. Originally Posted by darko ok tnx for the effort but both drivers didnt work Tormod Volden tormodvolden wrote on ZC WebCam detected 0ac8: Marcelo Atie marceloatie wrote on Stephan, i’ve got a doubt.
Open terminal window 4. So blacklist it may still be an approach to let the webcam working, however how to manage the order of loading 2 modules is currently what I try to understand. New USB device strings: Do you have -proposed enabled for your installation? When on desktop again, plug the camera and start Cheese.
Here the issue is rather one of the module utilities which for one do not get only one modules loaded as intended. Bug attachments unnamed edit unnamed edit lsusb -vv edit Modified depmod i edit Modified depmod amd64, rename to depmod edit lsusb -vv edit Add attachment.
To try that remove ID approach.