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MikeLeonard mikeleonard wrote on ligitech I got it to work by preloading a wrapper library for v4l1 compatibility as follows make sure libv4l-0 is installed:. Sound input doesn’t work at all though.

Forage forage wrote on Attempting to insert the gspca module produced from this gives: I am unable to find any utilities that let me configure or access the camera’s settings in Ubuntu.


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List of the webcams know by gspca. Are you new to LinuxQuestions. I am using 2.

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I’m supposing that the some of the dependent modules get overwritten by the install, and they are different, don’t support the webcam. A short while ago, there was a kernel update from Ubuntu 2.

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IIRC it hit 2.


Tags for this Thread webcam. For more advanced trainees it can be a desktop reference, and a collection of the logltech knowledge needed to proceed with system and network administration. From what I can tell, this is rather a kernel issue: Well, I fixed it, I reinstalled the original modules and image file for Ubuntu 2.

I’ve encountered similar results on Ubuntu and Debian as well. Can’t get it to work,: What a general bugger: If you store the session via gnome, skype is loaded via the real binary instead of the script. Originally Posted by LinuxMonster Alternately, if you see something here you don’t think should be made permanent for one reason or another, comment in the thread and give the thread the appropriate rating. The next step is to reboot and try to make things automatic.


Welcome to the most active Linux Forum on the web. Prisma edgartanner wrote on Plus none of them run out of the box, I think only UVC works directly.

I fixed skype for now with: If you see something here you logitrch like and feel should be permanent, take a couple of seconds and give the thread a rating. I did a clean install of 8.