CENTOS GSPCA DRIVERMarch 15, 2020
The only thing I recall is that it did not work very well with Fedora. Mark Roth Well, the redhat list would be a better place to discuss that Thank you very much: Webcams on CentOS Issues related to hardware problems. The pic was very bad, interlaced and it seems to copy. FWIW, maybe try every older kernel you can get your hands on and see where the issue no longer occurs.
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[CentOS] Back to gspca
Mark Roth Well, the redhat list would be a better place to discuss that The more expensive Logitech ones always worked fine for me. The laptop just got a fresh F19 install. I set it to x and no change.
QuickCam Messanger I know, should be Messenger. I’m glad I could help. This built-in gspca webcam is the only one I’ve had problems with. Mark Roth Ok, following myself up I’ve not seen any responses – is anyone listening?
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Interlaced is usually a parameter you can change in a config option. I just discovered http: So perhaps a note along the lines of “If doesnt work, try installing dkms and dkms-gspca” would be appropriate. Here are the three that I am sure of: I do not see a need for a list which states all working hardware.
Which gspca driver is installed lsmod grep gspca?
Patrick Lists Hi Mark, I can imagine. I just wiggled the centoa after starting Cheese and to my astonishment the green led lit up and Cheese showed something.
Then get the kernel’s src. Board index All times are UTC. Mark Roth Yeah, that’s annoying.
[CentOS] & gspca
Mark Roth Have you tried with mplayer? Is anyone using an older USB webcam that can look at this issue? Thank you very much: Thanks for listening, at least.
Usually I had to grab the upstream gspca driver, mess with some defines to get the colors right, compile it and keep fingers crossed when inserting the module and starting cheese. You might not need to recompile. Have you tried playing with the parms in your viewer? FWIW, maybe try every older kernel you can get your hands on and see where the issue no longer occurs.
The pic was very bad, interlaced and it seems to copy everything 3 times horizontally cejtos overlapping those images.
Ok, following myself up I’ve not seen any responses – is anyone listening? Hmmmm, I’m a bit confused: The idea is to try a different viewer.
[CentOS] Back to gspca – Grokbase
Some programs eg UCView and Ekiga recognize them as v4l devices. Jul 16, at 6: Search All Groups centos. What I now think is that someone made a change to the USB driver for the oldest, 1.
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