How To Get Linux and Intel Easy PC Camera Support To Work

How To Get Linux and Intel Easy PC Camera Support To Work

Post by googlemik » Sun, 03 Apr 2005 15:44:42


FYI:

I have RH9 Linux and I managed to get the Intel Easy PC Camera to work
thanks primarily to the developer of the spca50x driver. The model I
have is CS110 and I read this from the cable's warning sticker.

Here's how I did it:

1. Edit /etc/X11/XF86Config and add:

Load "v4l" where the other load statements are.

2. Log out and back into Gnome so that X reloads.

3. Connect with cvs to spca50x.sourceforge.net by doing this:

cvs -d:pserver: XXXX@XXXXX.COM :/cvsroot/spca50x co -P
spca50x

4. cd to spca50x

5. Edit spca50x.c and add this as the first line:

#define RH9_REMAP 1

6. make

7. su

8. make install

9. insmod -f spca50x.o

10. A "modprobe spca50x" command should return no errors.

Then I downloaded spcaview from spca50x.sourceforge.net and it was able
to attach to /dev/video0 to see the video. I also downloaded camorama,
gnomemeeting, and others from apt using apt-get install x (where x is
the app I wanted). To search your apt, first download a copy of apt,
install it, and then do "apt-cache search x" (where x is a keyword like
"video").

If you have more than one USB camera plugged in, the first one will go
to /dev/video0 and the second to /dev/video1, and so on.
 
 
 

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I have windows 2000 and have recently installed Intel Easy
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Instead I get a message that I don't have enough bandwidth.
The camera requires 70% of bandwidth
The system reserves 14%
The IDSL modem requires 19%
I've tried contacting Intel, but they have discontinued
production of this model and have no more on-line support.
My question:
Can anybody help me reduce the bandwidth requirements of
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