Cheese Webcam Booth 3. These cameras have product IDs of 0x and 0x Almost everyone will use this driver. Tested with gnome-sound-recorder 2. Next, execute these instructions:

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Works with gspca driver which replaced spca5xx in I added both when I was using Windows.

If you need to reset your password, click here. No such file or directory tar: Works perfectly with Cheese and Skype 2.

Logitech QuickCam Express (USB ID df) on Ubuntu Edgy – Happy coding

Post as a guest Name. It is now working! Almost everyone will use this driver. The only solution I can point is to look at the old source and where the patch applies the differences, and try to find the same places in the new source file, inserting the lines by hand. If you are using devfs or udev you will need to access the config files to see to it the device is created with each boot-up, or else you’ll have to repeat this if you restart your system.


The qc-usb driver was originally focused on the QuickCam Web, but should now work with all cameras that work also with qce-ga. I am not able to make it work on feisty. Please do not send general usage questions or problems to the developers’ list.

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Install them with this command of course, as root or using sudo:. I also read on another forum that the spca5xx is no longer valid for any webcam and gspcav1 is needed.

These cameras have product IDs of 0x and 0x Doesn’t work with skype, works with cheese, works exprfss ekiga 2. You are currently viewing LQ as a guest.

Ask Ubuntu works best with JavaScript enabled. Remember to choose proper input device in gnome-volume-control Webcam C Analog Mono for mic to work.

But still it doesn’t want to connect the webcam Any help is appreciated, thanks. Could you try it? Error is not recoverable: However, color is a bit off.

Logitech Quickcam Express on Debian Greetings, I am having much difficulty getting my logitech usb quickcam express working in debian 2. Logitech Quickcam Express on Debian.

Logitech QuickCam Express (USB ID 046d:092f) on Ubuntu Edgy

Requires gspcav1 driver, from http: Only works with amsn or luvcview not ekiga or camorama or gqcam. In the process, the driver became known as qc-usb to reflect the fact that it supports a wide variety of USB-attached QuickCam cameras, not just the QuickCam Express. They hope these examples will help you to get a better understanding of the Linux system and that you feel encouraged to try out things on your own.


Just need a program like Camorama etc. The development list is only used for patches and development-related issues. Please edit and describe exactly what happens in Skype. Was detected but not working; now works fine.

After that, be sure you have the linux-headers packages listed above, and the necessary building tools packages installed: