References for maintenance are syntekdriver page and sourceforge-project , both being somewhat old. I to get the error: No DGA direct video mode for this display. Though the path getting there might not have been the easiest see here , here , and here for further insight , the gspca framework was indeed reworked, and the resultant V4L2 compliant version 2 of the driver became integrated into the 2. Say Y here if you want to enable selecting webcams based. Say Y here if you want support for cameras based on the PAC chip.
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I had to compile an older kernel, but it is working. Ala ala-luszczak wrote on You need to log in to change this bug’s status.
Linux Kernel Driver DataBase: CONFIG_USB_GSPCA_VICAM: ViCam USB Camera Driver
USB disconnect, address 3 Nov 24 This bug affects 8 people. Gspfa can see this from. Say Y here if you want support for cameras based on the Konica chip.
Only an upgrade to amsn 0. If this issue still exists in a supported series, please file a new bug. I seems gspca driver gs;ca a part of kernel now so there is no sense in compiling old drivers from mxhaard: Warren Butler grumpymole on I’m also seeing a great number of these types of errors in dmesg after the camera is active:. Problem still here on 2.
Development History gspca has an interesting development history, having evolved quite a bit along its way. Say Y here if you want support for cameras based on the SQC chip.
Say Y here if you want support for cameras based on the FinePix chip. If it is, install the driver as follows:.
Derek7 cameera wrote on I got this behaviour since intrepid. Should be another way.
Tom Byrne inverted-sheep wrote on Say Y here if you want support for cameras based on the Gpsca chip. Both developer and end user support is now provided on the Linux Media Mailing List . Could not lock the device My dmesg gives: Upgraded the kernel from 2.
The R5U driver is no longer under development http: The driver which used to be a separate stand alone driver, is now included as part of the gspca driver above and comes with the openSUSE kernel in the sn9c or sn9c20x kernel module [as of openSUSE Unable to mount Sunplus Technology Co.
USB Video Support
Problem still the same. This camera worked on a Hardy installation on the same machine.
Today the updated kernel hit the repo 2. Say Y here if you want support for cameras based on the SQX chip.
[ubuntu] Gspca and usb camera driver help
Jonathan Blackhall johnny-one-eye wrote on The ubuntu-kernel-team is being unassigned from this bug report. This is a fresh Jaunty installation.
The syslog is the same too. Sebastien Bacher is an idiot.