Installation This section explains how to compile and install the qc-usb driver for the Linux kernel. But when I try and use it while the cam is in use by another application I get a “device or resource busy” message. Okay, I’ll give those other instructions a go. November 12th, 6. Philips webcam module version
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The QuickCam driver is currently available in two forms.
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USB Webcam on Fedora Core 3 – Logitech Quickcam Zoom
It seems I see a regression: But the following did seem to always work: CNET’s Forum on Linux is the best source for finding help or getting troubleshooting advice from a community of experts. This applet works outside of the program currently capturing video.
I am also happy to help in solving this issue. I’ve retested the camera several ways after wuickcam your idea and the current state of affairs is below:.
In my computer for example is video2.
Changed in linux Ubuntu: It may show some reasons why this driver fails in this mode. Colin, my machine is x86 but does not have 64 bit support.
Boot the machine with the USB camera connected and then run the following commands: If you need any other information, let me know. Rossberg axel-rossberg wrote on However, my pi power supply is 1A rated so there should be a sufficient current.
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If so, you may need to repost your question as this is flagged for closure. The developers’ list, like the users’ list, is reflected to Usenet at gmane. These instructions explain how to compile the driver as a standalone module, which is the only option at this time because the driver has not yet been integrated into the mainline kernel.
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The problem I faced with the webcam in question is the following. As for statically compiling the modules in, we’ll need to figure out why that fixes things. I’ve tried several kernels. I’ve retested the camera several ways after reading your idea and the current state zom affairs is below: Duplicates of this bug Bug Bug Other webcams produced by Logitech are supported under Linux but use a separate driver.