On Sun, 28 Jan 1996, Jonathan Bradshaw wrote:
> Hmm, I have two problems with XfQcam...
> 1. It doesn't always find the camera. Once out of 5-6 tries it will. Its
> fine if I tell it where the camera is.
Here's a question for everyone withproblems finding the camera:
What kernel version are you using?
The reason I ask is because I got fed up with having to readjust the
brightness/contrast setting, and set different default values in the
I had been having problems getting xfqcam to work earlier, but I 'upgraded'
to kernel 1.3.57 and lo, xfqcam worked. I changed back to 1.2.13 later
because 1.3.57 doesn't seem to work with ppp. xfqcam still worked. Then,
2 minutes ago, tried to recomplie xfqcam.
It didn't detect a camera.
Anyone else having problems and using 1.2.13?
> [...] If I try to force one by changing the source,
> it segfaults on me. Any ideas? Exceed is prolly the best Xwindows
> server for the PC I know of!
Ok, your problem is that you're using a micro$oft product. You're going
to want to get rid of that...
Brandon High http://www.ccnet.com/~bjhigh Down with Big Brother!
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- Re: XFqcam
- From: James Walter Martin III <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Re: XFqcam
- From: email@example.com (Nelson Minar)
- From: Jonathan Bradshaw <jonathan@NrgUp.Com>