Bryan O'Donoghue wrote:
> So, no, libusb, just won't help you there.
Before you go checking chipsets, though, if "Typhoon webcam" doesn't
have a Linux driver... I'd accept that checking the Vendor/Device id's
is the next step.
If the Vendor & Device ids don't yeild something meaningful, then yes,
go check the chipset... I'd say 90%+ of all Webcam chipsets (if not the
specific Vendor/Devices) have been identified and supported, or are in
the process of the same.
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