diiar at yahoo.com
Tue Dec 19 12:54:34 UTC 2006
--- Hervé Fache <Herve at lucidia.net> wrote:
> On 12/18/06, nutchanat sattayakawee
> <diiar at yahoo.com> wrote:
> > Bus 005 Device 003: ID 046d:0892 Logitech, Inc.
> That´s the one indeed. See:
> > I'm not sure if the Logitech one is for my webcam,
> > why can't I use my webcam then? I searched the
> > about ACER Orbicam and it said that Ubuntu doesn't
> > support the driver of the webcam yet.
> > Maybe, it doesn't really work.
> Usually Logitech use Philips components for their
> webcams, so the pwc
> driver might support it. I have seen people
> reporting problems with
> the pwc driver in Edgy though... See:
Thanks a lot Herve. Finally, I can make my webcam work
although it doesn't exactly come from your solution.
Now I have another question. I tried to follow the
instruction that you gave me with pwc driver but it
didn't work. In the instruction, the final step was
"sudo depmod -a". I didn't do "sudo modprobe pwc".
Without doing that, Is pwc installed in my laptop? The
problem is I want to uninstall pwc from my laptop. So
I did "sudo modprobe -r pwc", but when I checked the
-r`/kernel/drivers/media/video/pwc, hey are still the
same. How can I check if pwc is really uninstalled
from my laptop? I just want to make my laptop clean.
BTW, for the solution that I get my webcam worked is
to download gspca driver from
and follow the instruction of installing at
https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Spca5xx but just
changed spca5xx by gspca. It's so great, isn't it?
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