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Re: [nslu2-general] webcam (vidcat for /dev/video1)

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  • Phil Endecott
    ... I ve never used vidcat, but according to man vidcat at http://linux.com.hk/penguin/man/1/vidcat.html you can specify an alternative device using the -d
    Message 1 of 2 , Feb 2, 2006
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      > I've installed a webcam following these instructions on the
      > nslu2-linux site and it works great.
      >
      > Now I'd love to add a second one, but I understand you need to
      > recomiple vidcat to point to a different device (ie /dev/video1
      > instead of /dev/video0).

      I've never used vidcat, but according to "man vidcat" at
      http://linux.com.hk/penguin/man/1/vidcat.html you can specify an
      alternative device using the -d option.

      --Phil.
    • sinageruk
      ... That s right, thank you. Sinager
      Message 2 of 2 , Feb 2, 2006
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        --- In nslu2-general@yahoogroups.com, Phil Endecott
        <spam_from_nslu2_general@...> wrote:
        >
        > > I've installed a webcam following these instructions on the
        > > nslu2-linux site and it works great.
        > >
        > > Now I'd love to add a second one, but I understand you need to
        > > recomiple vidcat to point to a different device (ie /dev/video1
        > > instead of /dev/video0).
        >
        > I've never used vidcat, but according to "man vidcat" at
        > http://linux.com.hk/penguin/man/1/vidcat.html you can specify an
        > alternative device using the -d option.
        >
        > --Phil.

        That's right, thank you.
        Sinager
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