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Indycam device missing (/dev/video?)

Good afternoon!

I just installed Debian on my Indy and mostly it works beautifully
(I'm typing this message on it) but I can't seem to get the camera
working. "modprobe vino" seems to work fine, it says "Indycam v1.0
detected" and installs a bunch of other modules.
According to what little information I've been able to gather, that
should do it and vgrabbj should now be able to capture images.
Unfortunately, vgrabbj (rightly) complains that there is no
/dev/video device.

Could the device be called something else, or do I have to create
it manually somehow? Or am I just missing something completely?

Some system info:

doctorb:~# uname -a
Linux doctorb 2.4.27-r5k-ip22 #1 Wed Nov 23 11:56:55 UTC 2005 mips GNU/Linux

doctorb:~# lsmod
Module                  Size  Used by    Not tainted
indycam                 1520   1  (autoclean)
saa7191                 2080   1  (autoclean)
vino                   10704   0  (unused)
i2c-algo-sgi            1856   0  [vino]
i2c-core               16768   0  [indycam saa7191 i2c-algo-sgi]
hal2                   13504   0
nfsd                   87408   0  (unused)
sg                     31312   0  (unused)
soundcore               4816   2  [hal2]
videodev                8384   2  [vino]

Any help would be much appreciated.


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