which webcams work out of the box on Jaunty (amd 64 bit)
ubuntu at kaiser-linux.li
Tue Jun 2 22:14:03 UTC 2009
On 06/02/2009 09:10 PM, H.S. wrote:
> Could users post which webcam they have working with Jaunty (on amd 64
> bit installation) out of the box?
> For now, I can confirm that Microsoft VX-5000 woks, but this is on a
> intel 32 bit laptop.
> On the amd 64 bit machine, Microsoft VX-1000 does not work. What's more,
> the gspca module, which supposedly supports VX-1000, is also not
> compilable on Jaunty. The auto-install command (sudo m-a a-i gspca)
> borks with compilation errors.
> I am planning on buying a webcam in a day or two. So, if people could
> list the webcams they have working without any problems (without any
> serious tweaks or installing manual packages from tgz, etc.), it would
> be really appreciated. On a 64 bit machine though.
> Also, how does lib32v4l-0 package related to webcam support on a 64 bit
Here is one:
Microsoft LifeCam VX-500
Jun 2 23:58:45 AMD64 kernel: [268504.152635] input: Microsoft LifeCam
Jun 2 23:58:45 AMD64 kernel: [268504.168176] usbcore: registered new
interface driver uvcvideo
Jun 2 23:58:45 AMD64 kernel: [268504.168183] USB Video Class driver
And gspca is in the kernel tree now and installed in Ubuntu 9.04 64 Bit:
Jun 3 00:11:48 AMD64 kernel: [269286.628049] usb 2-8: new full speed
USB device using ohci_hcd and address 8
Jun 3 00:11:48 AMD64 kernel: [269286.870176] usb 2-8: configuration #1
chosen from 1 choice
Jun 3 00:11:48 AMD64 kernel: [269286.872512] gspca: probing 046d:092f
Jun 3 00:11:48 AMD64 kernel: [269287.079171] gspca: probe ok
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