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Aug 1, 2010

Im trying to connect my webcam (Trust 16175) to a Debian 5 box:


And with no luck - as I see it the correct driver is not loaded - Using "modprobe gspca" makes no different. I have seen in some papers that the 093a:2621 is supported by gspca. How do I get it to work?

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Well, there were some tutorials which include manual installation of gspca (which should be included in the recent kernel files, but somehow isn't). So..I tried the manual installation and it aborts with the message, that there was some error in one of the code files..however.

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And eventually it should work properly. So far the theory. In fact it aborts at exactly this point:


And gives the following error message:


Well, urm. I guess I'll have to install that missing module..somehow, but I do not really have hunch.

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I tried:

1) HW check, verified - running OK

2) checked, if HW is supported. it is by driver gspca_pac207 with 5 stars

3) dmesg:

4) lsmod :

5) modinfo:

Here is an example of Win / Lin difference :



I also tried to adjust camera using v4l

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Dec 21, 2010

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I tried:

1) HW check, verified - running OK

2) checked, if HW is supported. it is by driver gspca_pac207 with 5 stars

3) dmesg:

4) lsmod :

5) modinfo:

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I also tried to adjust camera using v4l

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2. Does your answer in question 1 will work for external hardware (hardware based on USB, FireWire, etc) and also the other non-pci based hardware? If it will not work, any other ways?

3. For your answer in question 1 above, do I need to install any packages that was not installed by default during Ubuntu installation?

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Sometimes it keeps going for a few more seconds and randomly hangs during some other driver load.

Without a specific nvidia driver the system always boots ok, so I'm pretty sure its the nvidia driver but I just can't seem to get a handle on this in a reproducible way. Sometimes, when I have make some other change, it will boot and work ok, but a reboot locks it up again (for example, in case it was SELinux, I disabled it and on the next reboot it booted and worked ok. Then, next boot, it wasn't working again). When I make changes, I reboot using the previous kernel, make the changes and reboot, with an occasional success. Once I start rebooting using the latest kernel, it always hangs.

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