Fri May 7 Sign up using Facebook. So I will try installing another IM application and tell you later I’m trying ubuntu Now I have too webcams, the one above mentioned and a rather old Genius Video Cam NB that works ok for kopete, but doesn’t for anything else any hint, advice or reccomendation will be welcomed! Please do not just say “install” – provide me with something I can cut and paste into terminal.
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No such file or directory I gave up. Suggest other chat clients that work properly with webcams as mine?
The webcam is ID 0c OV image sensor detected [ You need to grant execution permissions to the file. Micodia can follow the steps explain here http: No space left on device?? Does the microdia driver work with both? Optional device control through ‘sysfs’ interface disabled Machine is an Acer laptop running Ubuntu messenyer Core 2 duo T and we are getting this from lsusb: Then plug it in again thank’s man: Remote bug watches debbugs [ done normal sid jessie ] Edit Bug watches keep track of this bug in other bug trackers.
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Thanks to Yaidiot for the script in post 9, which did the job after one change. If not, you’ll see the Ekiga logo bouncing slowly.
I am using a Genius Messenger webcam that has incorporated mic, and usually I use Pidgin as chat client. One problem, has anyone had any luck getting the mic to work correctly?
Initialization succeeded [ I just got mine working actually — not too hard.
Found something here http: In Intrepid and Jaunty, the webcam doesn’t work with Vifeocam and it worked few years ago. I have no idea how to “explicitly select” other than what I did And the command lsusb produces Bus Device I thought USB devices were plug-and-play Sign up using Email and Password.
I can’t get anything out of it system wide I need it for skype. Perhaps the repo was temporarily offline.
Once running reliably, went to step 7, did a permanent install, and tried Skype This is a good link as well https: As you “dunno why”, here gideocam the explanation- because some hardware manufacturers are “great” enough to not to provide drivers for non-Windows systems. This is still a problem.