Just curious, has anyone managed to get a Creative Labs Webcam 5 (USB) to
work? I'm using SuSE 10.0 and the best I can do is get Gnomemeeting or any
other such program to give me a grey screen instead of a picture.
>From: Ewan Oughton <ewan at skynet.ie>
>To: ilug at linux.ie>Subject: [ILUG] Argos webcams
>Date: Sun, 18 Jun 2006 21:10:53 +0100 (IST)
>>> Was in my local argos here in Drogheda, and they have Labtech webcams for
>the princely sum of 17eur - they're based on the spcaxx chipset, and the
>drivers are even in apt, if you use a proper distro.
>I presume the other argosen around the country also have these cams at a
>similar price. Max res is 352x288, but tis good enough for most
>>>>>>Ewan Oughton B.Sc. Comp Sys
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