Alex Samad schreef:
No, that issue was corrected a long time ago. For me, with a current squeeze, it just works.When I plug it in, I see the following in the log files: kernel: [89405.861315]: ieee1394: Node added: ID:BUS[0-00:1023] GUID[0800460103dcd08d] kernel: [89405.861846]: ieee1394: Node changed: 0-00:1023 -> 0-01:1023 kernel: [89406.985364]: ieee1394: raw1394: /dev/raw1394 device initialized But neither kino nor dvgrab seem to recognize that a camera is connected. I'm new to firewire and to video cameras under linux, so I'm stumped. Anyone else out there have any ideas?I used to do this as well, at some point of time there was a 13894 driver in the kernal that allowed you access to your video camera, at some point 2.6.26 I think this module was removed - declared a security problem - afaik there hasn't been an alternative method introduced....
As suggested elsewhere in the list, permissions are the most likely cause of this behaviour. If this doesn't work, please send a lsmod output with the relevant 1394 and firewire greps. Then I can compare that with my output and try to find a difference.
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