On Sat, Aug 16, 2008 at 08:16:54PM -0400, rob wrote:
Greg KH wrote:
On Fri, Aug 15, 2008 at 05:49:35PM -0400, rob
Greg KH wrote:
On Tue, Aug 12, 2008 at 12:44:07PM -0400, rob
> Hello Greg
> The sn9c102 driver is a V4L2 driver
> The program wxcam gives this:
> Determining video4linux API version...
> / dev/video0 is no V4L2 device
> Using video4linux 1 API
> Determining palette format...
> Found palette VIDEO_PALETTE_RGB24
> When the sn9c102 is loaded this program wont work
> I had the kernel 2.6.27.svn........... from
> No gspva1 in lib/modules/kernel 2.6.27
Who knows what kernel that is, or what the kernel config options are,
right? That looks like a wireless driver testing tree, not something
that would have all video drivers :)
As for the sn9c102 device, email the v4l developers, they should be able
to help you out there.
Hello Greg followed the devolpment kernel 2.6.27-rc3
Installed it from Head.
The gspca drivers as in that kernel wont initialize my webcam
MSI-StarCam 0c45: 60fc
there are 2 sn9cxxxx .ko drivers there none of them works
The sn9c102 driver also loads
As I previously mentioned, please let the video 4 linux kernel
developers know about this on their mailing list. They are the best
ones to fix this and solve the problem.
To set things strait its not video 4 linux which is not working
It are the GSPCA drivers in the kernel messing things up
Skype dont see the webcam , Amsn no way
wxcam gqcam camorama say no dev/video0
The v4l developers are the ones responsible for that driver.
The very same drivers compiled on 22.214.171.124-01 work
like a charme.
So taken the same source and compiled that for the kernel 2.6.27-rc3
in the same way as for 126.96.36.199-01 should do the job.
No, it might not, mixing and matching drivers and kernels are not
recommended at all.
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