Re: trust spacecam 120 webcam
- thanks for the info. it would seem that the camera i have uses either
the "nw802" or "sn9c102" drivers. however these do not seem to be
compiled for the slug. does anyone know if it has been done? if not,
how it can be done, etc?
--- In email@example.com, "stephane641"
> Check the supported list at http://ovcam.org/ov511/cameras.html as I
> don't believe that particular camera is supported by the OV511
> drivers. The table has pointers to alternative drivers.
> Hope this helps,
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "jingo_man_dan"
> <jingo_man_dan@> wrote:
> > hi.
> > i have been attempting to use the above camera with my slug. i have
> > attempted to follow the "Add USB Webcam" topic to do this
> > (http://www.nslu2-linux.org/wiki/HowTo/AddUsbWebcam). In this doc,
> > there is a link for compatible camera's, of which the trust spacecam
> > 120 is listed.
> > i may have missed a couple of steps, but in summary here's whats
> > happening:
> > installed the videodev & ov511 modules. used "insmod" to load these.
> > plugged in camera, output here is:
> > <46>Nov 21 20:06:35 klogd: Linux video capture interface: v1.00
> > <46>Nov 21 20:07:16 klogd: usb.c: registered new driver ov511
> > <46>Nov 21 20:07:16 klogd: ov511.c: v1.63 for Linux 2.4 : ov511 USB
> > Camera Driver
> > <46>Nov 21 20:08:19 klogd: hub.c: new USB device 00:01.0-1, assigned
> > address 2
> > <44>Nov 21 20:08:19 klogd: Device descriptor:8 bytes received.
> > <44>Nov 21 20:08:19 klogd: Device descriptor:18 bytes received.
> > <44>Nov 21 20:08:19 klogd: usb.c: USB device 2 (vend/prod
> > 0x6a5/0xd800) is not claimed by any active driver.
> > (on linux-usb site, this is correct device, however they mention
> > "nw802" - does this mean anything to anyone? and is it available for
> > the slug?)
> > have then installed "gphoto2" application to take the pics. when run
> > the command "gphoto2 --list-ports", it returns:
> > Devices found: 6
> > Path Description
> > --------------------------------------------------------------
> > ptpip: PTP/IP Connection
> > serial:/dev/ttyS0 Serial Port 0
> > serial:/dev/ttyS1 Serial Port 1
> > usb: Universal Serial Bus
> > usb:002,002 Universal Serial Bus
> > usb:001,002 Universal Serial Bus
> > then run "gphoto2 --debug --auto-detect". tons of output which can
> > provide if need be, however it is all of the format:
> > 8.245653 gphoto2-port(0): Could not find USB device (vendor 0x6bd,
> > product 0x403). Make sure this device is connected to the computer.
> > from all the output, it never mentions the vendor & product ID as from
> > when i initially plugged in the device. does this mean that the
> > correct driver is not available? have i messed up somewhere?
> > any help is appreciated...
> > regards
> > jingo_man_dan