On Thu, 2004-12-09 at 13:57 +0000, Conor Wynne wrote:
> Hi all,
>> Well I found some fantastic webcam software, but I _still_ do not have my
> logitech webcam sphere working well under Linux.
>> So at the minute, its working, but only under doze.
> I ftp the images internally to the server, then upload to the webpage.
>> Its currently showing the "TurtleCam" (running on doze)
>http://www.conorwynne.com/webcam/webcam.html>> (photo every 5 seconds - side view - slightly blocked by the filter)
>> I think that I shall just go and buy a "supported" webcam, i.e.: one that
> will "just work" with the normal USB kernel drivers.
>Well, if you want to sell it...... :)
> I also wish to add a "Bike Cam", for security purposes, so this is another
> reason to buy an extra cam.
>> Recomendations? Cheap = good by the way.
>Anything OV511 based. I have had no problems with this chipset in linux.
The image quality varies between makes though.
> Conor Wynne,
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