Some programs eg UCView and Ekiga recognize them as v4l devices. Board index All times are UTC. What I now think is that someone made a change to the USB driver for the oldest, 1. So perhaps a note along the lines of “If doesnt work, try installing dkms and dkms-gspca” would be appropriate. That’s a good point about a Wiki of non-working out of the box periphs. You might not need to recompile. Which gspca driver is installed lsmod grep gspca?
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The pic was very bad, interlaced and it seems to copy everything 3 times horizontally while cehtos those images. Mark Roth Have you tried with mplayer? This built-in gspca webcam is the only one I’ve had problems with. Hmmmm, I’m a bit confused: That’s a good point about a Wiki of non-working out of the box periphs.
Is anyone using an older USB webcam that can look at this issue? You might not need to recompile. Do the export, then: The only thing Tspca recall is that it did not work very well with Fedora.
[CentOS] gspca and motion
Mark Roth Yeah, that’s annoying. By the way, I really like this idea of a database of working hardware for CentOS. Then get the kernel’s src. The idea is to try a different viewer.
However, I see webcams as a bit of an exception so the powers that be granted special permission for that page: In x, it’s still mostly green. Cntos set it to x and no change.
QuickCam Messanger I know, should be Messenger. I just wiggled the webcam after starting Cheese centoa to my astonishment the green led lit up and Cheese showed something.
AdditionalResources/HardwareList/Webcams – CentOS Wiki
Thank you very much: Interlaced is usually a parameter you can ceentos in a config option. Hi, Patrick, Patrick Lists wrote: So perhaps a note along the lines of “If doesnt work, try installing dkms and dkms-gspca” would be appropriate. So also in F19 at least my gspca. I just discovered http: Mark Roth 7 Patrick Lists 4.
I do not see a need for a list which states all working hardware.
Mark Roth Well, the redhat list would be a better place to discuss that This is CentOS 6. I only have a centso webcam in my laptop and it’s broken so I can’t really be of much help.
Board index All times are UTC. Which gspca driver is installed lsmod grep gspca?
To quote that page: Mark Roth Ok, following myself up I’ve not seen any responses – is anyone listening? Usually I had to grab the upstream gspca driver, mess with some defines to get the colors right, compile it hspca keep fingers crossed when inserting the module and starting cheese.
Mark Roth One followup bit: