1. Logitech Quickcam Express USB camera.
Has anyone _SUCCESSFULLY INSTALLED_,and is actually USING
LOgitech QuickCam Express USB camera with Red Hat 7.1? I've gone to
downloaded and complied the drivers, etc. However, the installation
are rather skimpy. Please see:
I'm running Red Hat 7.1 with Ximian-Gnome with the most
installed via Ximian's Red Carpet. This is a stand-alone system,
the Internet via cable modem. Kernel verxion is 2.4.2.
Hardware: AMD-KII/500, 128 Mb System RAM, 32 Mb nVIDIA PCI card,
Viewsonic 17 monitor. USB devices on my system: Logitech Quickcam
Express USB Camera, Logitech Optical mouse, Epson 610 U flatbed scanner,
and Epson Stylus Color 777 USB printer. Through the kind help of other
linux users, I have the scanner working along with the mouse and
All four usb devices are attached to a Keyspan 4-port hub.
Naturally, all four usb devices install easily and work in
without any problems.
So far, my efforts with the QuickCam have been exhausting,
TOTALLY unsuccessful. I regret to say to the linux devotees, that since
linux, I seem to have more and more recourse to using Windows**** ...
Dare I hope for the day when I can run a linux -only
Some guidance and assistance in _successfully_ setting up this
work with LINUX on my system would be greatly appreciated!
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Registered Linux User #193975. AMD-K2 CPU on board.
"You only live once, so let's make life easier for each other."
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