November 13th, 8. For these cameras, you might be able to use the SPCA5xx driver , which incorporates and, evidently, obsoletes this experimental driver. The new does not. November 12th, 7. Thanks for marking this as the answer.

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Linux Driver for Quickcam USB cameras

Tested with gnome-sound-recorder 2. You can find this script via http: Requires gspcav1 driver, from http: Appreciate any guidance on this. This thread is locked.

After a lot of unsuccessful tries, this instructions finally helped me to have videoconference. Partners Support Community Ubuntu.

These cameras have product IDs of 0x and 0x Download and unpack with right-mouse click. Seems the problem was with Ekiga preferences? Once you have done that it doesn’t need to be launch administratively.

Linux Driver for Quickcam USB cameras – Logitech Quickcam Fusion « Ubuntu Linux Help

Subversion is a program that lets developers make it easy for deb to access the source code, and if they want to, edit it! I assume Mageia 6 provides the most up-to-date driver. It also messed up the automatic login and forgets always the customization themes and other colors etc It might be hard or impossible for MS to admit they put green banana out. The webcam works out of the box but not the focus control.


Do make then make install. Post as a guest Name. I appear to be having a similar problem with a Logitech d: To get the focus control working see logiitech tread in the forum or this tutorial in Italian language. It was on the main page for some reason.

drivers – getting an old logitech webcam to work in Linux – Unix & Linux Stack Exchange

But this made no difference which I really sort of expected because cheese still works. I have the same question 9. The latest Linux version as of this writing is: In reply to David Bennion’s post on December 22, I think in that long list you’ll find your model, there are loyitech era Quickcams. Test the audio by using the Skype Test Call. Thanks for the links, looks a good solution Works with gspca driver which replaced spca5xx in The current version of the qc-usb driver is 0.

To further investigate, have you tried to check if there’s an update available for your webcams?


It doesn’t seem there’s any update from Logitech. Your feedback is always welcome! Okay, I’ll give those other instructions a go. For these cameras, you might be able to use the SPCA5xx driverwhich incorporates and, evidently, obsoletes this experimental driver.