robfleet at dslextreme.com
Wed Oct 13 20:43:04 UTC 2010
top posting here, just for ease of keeping latest together...
Tried one frame of fame and it said it couldn't find my webcam.
Unplugged the cam and plugged it back in and again got the red light for
a second or two, then reloaded the webpage for one frame of fame and it
again said it could not find my webcam. Next...? :)
On Wed, 2010-10-13 at 21:29 +0100, Jacob Mansfield wrote:
> try opening an application that uses the camera, the light on my
> webcan stays off in linux unless I have a program that uses it open. I
> find a good way to test cameras is one frame of fame, just google it
> Jacob Mansfield
> On 13 October 2010 21:26, Rob <robfleet at dslextreme.com> wrote:
> On Wed, 2010-10-13 at 15:09 -0500, Anthony Papillion wrote:
> > > Does anyone know how or if it is possible to get a
> Logitech QuickCam
> > > working under Ubuntu 10.10? I have QuickCam 8.3.0
> software for Windows
> > > but not aware of how to get it working in Linux.
> > >
> > Hey Rob,
> > Have you tried just plugging it in? I had a Quickcam AF and,
> if I
> > remember correctly, it worked just fine under 10.04.
> Haven't tried it
> > on 10.10 yet. I might have to pull it out and see what
> > Either way, if the camera is supported, you won't need your
> > software at all.
> > HTH,
> > Anthony Papillion
> ummm....yes, I plugged it in. Sheesh! When I do plug it in,
> however, I
> get a red light beside the CCD, indicating it sees the power,
> but then
> the red light goes off after about 2-3 seconds. (It didn't
> work in
> 10.04 either :( )
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