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Re: [Spca50x-devs] ubuntu 7.10 in amd64




Thomas Kaiser wrote:
> Nazareno wrote:
>> thomas: what are im doing wrong?
>> did i need to unplug-plug the usb connection after-later of the driver 
>> instalation?
>> i just install the driver and do a modprobe gspca, but i havent any 
>> image. i now install the spcagui and spcaview, but it doesnt put fine..
>> when i open spcagui in the terminal i see:
>>
>> chuleymar@losotro:~/imagenes_y_cosas/camara/spcagui20060127$ spcagui
>> SpcaGui version: 0.3.5 date: 18 September 2005
>> video device /dev/video0
>> Camera found: Z-star Vimicro zc0301p
>> VIDIOCGPICT brightnes=32768 hue=0 color=0 contrast=32768 
>> whiteness=0depth=24 palette=4
>> Bridge found: ZC301-2
>> Unable to find a StreamId !!
>> StreamId: 6 Unknow Camera
>> try palette 15 depth 12
>> Available  palette 15
>> try palette 3 depth 16
>> Available  palette 3
>> try palette 4 depth 24
>> Available  palette 4
>> try palette 5 depth 32
>> Available  palette 5
>> probe size in
>> Available Resolutions width 640  heigth 480
>> Available Resolutions width 384  heigth 288
>> Available Resolutions width 352  heigth 288
>> Available Resolutions width 320  heigth 240
>> Available Resolutions width 192  heigth 144
>> Available Resolutions width 176  heigth 144
>>  grabbing method default MMAP asked
>> VIDIOCGMBUF size 2457632  frames 2  offets[0]=0 offsets[1]=1228816
>> VIDIOCGPICT brightnes=32768 hue=0 color=0 contrast=32768 
>> whiteness=0depth=12 palette=15
>> VIDIOCGPICT brightnes=32768 hue=0 color=0 contrast=32768 
>> whiteness=0depth=12 palette=15
>> VIDIOCGPICT brightnes=32768 hue=0 color=0 contrast=32768 
>> whiteness=0depth=12 palette=15
>> VIDIOCSPICT brightnes=32768 hue=0 color=0 contrast=32768 
>> whiteness=0depth=12 palette=15
>>
>> and the spcagui show me a black window....any idea?
>>
> 
> I get exact the same messages when I run gspca gui and have a nice and clear 
> picture.
> 
> I even have this
> Unable to find a StreamId !!
> StreamId: 6 Unknow Camera
> in the messages, but it works.
> 
> So, check the kernel log and use debug=5 to get more verbose messages.
> You can run "tail -f /var/log/kern.log" to see the messages "online:.
> 
> Thomas
> 
> 

Try to find out which sensor your camera uses. You may find some hints in the 
.inf or .reg files from the windows driver.

Thomas


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