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Re: ov511 video cam

I would advise you to run 'tail -f /var/log/message' when you plug your
camera or if it's not done automatically when you insert the module.
Normally you should see a few lines informing you that the driver has
found a device. If noting appears then you use the wrong driver or you
have another problem.


On Fri, Apr 26, 2002 at 02:39:29AM -0400, Scott Henson wrote:
> I am trying to get my Ezonics webcam to work under linux.  I have
> figured out that it uses the ov511 driver.  It is usb and I keep trying
> to get it to work, but no program I use seems to work.  I keep getting
> an error about no such device.  I know I have the module loaded and it
> registers fine.  Anyone know how I could get such a cam working?  I am
> using woody and I have searched google which is how I know what driver
> to use, but everything says that my cam should be working.  Any ideas? 
> Thanks.
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