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How to get my hardware working for Kubuntu 14.04?

I have a webcam, mic, and printer I want to get working (if possible) on Kubuntu 14.04. The webcam is the highest priority for what I want to get working. Currently, it works in cheese, but isn't ...
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Getting two USB devices to run on different buses

My objective is to get two webcams streaming simultaneously on my computer. Because of bandwidth limitations of the uvcvideo driver (or see bottom of UVC faq), I need the two webcams to be on ...
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0answers
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HP dv9000 with just a few issues

I have an HP pavillion dv9000 series with 2x64 bit processors, nvidia drivers, but while all of those things are running fine... I could use a little help getting webcam, & cd drive recognized ...
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0answers
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My camera doesn't work on Ubuntu

I have an Acer Aspire 5670 with a CrystalEye webcam. But in Cheese it doesn't even detect that there is a camera. What can I do?
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1answer
747 views

Webcam not identified on Lenovo IdeaPad Y580

I recently installed Ubuntu 13.04 on my Lenove IdeaPad Y580 and Google Talk to make a video call only to find out that the camera is not working. This problem did not occur when running Ubuntu 12.04 ...
0
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1answer
107 views

Which type of webcam to buy for skype v. 4.1.20 on Ubuntu v. 12.10?

I got a laptop (core 2 duo, 2 GB ram) without a webcam and using Ubuntu v. 12.10 OS. As I wish to make skype video calls with my Family I wish to buy a webcam. My budget is low, so I can't spent a lot ...
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1answer
3k views

Webcam doesn't work in Ubuntu 12.10

I have Gembird cam68ut. On my Ubuntu 12.10 it shows black screen in cheese and guvcview. I tested it in win7, it works fine. Here what I found: It is a uvc compliant camera, I checked on the site: ...
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1answer
3k views

How to disable integrated webcam and still be able to use an external one

I am looking for a way to disable the webcam that is integrated into my laptop. The webcam is using uvcvideo module but I do not want to blacklist it since it is also being used by an external webcam ...
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0answers
2k views

Webcam on XPS M1530 doesn't work with 12.04 [closed]

I have a Dell XPS M1530 that originally came with Ubuntu (back in 2006 or so). The Webcam has always worked out of the box in Cheese, Skype, etc. I don't use it regularly, but I had tested it before. ...
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1answer
640 views

HP-G64-455SX not detecting the webcam

I have a HP-G64-455SX laptop. Windows was corrupted so I decided to install Ubuntu 11.10 on it. All things were working properly but my webcam is not working. Last time I used my webcam was 3 weeks ...
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1answer
448 views

USB Device No Longer 'Powering' Up In Ubuntu [closed]

I've run across a weird issue that I was wondering if anyone had seen before. We run a custom version of Ubuntu 10.04 at work and we've been testing some software that uses webcams recently, which 90% ...
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2answers
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Webcam not recognized on my Sony Vaio VGN-CR363 laptop

when I open Cheese it says No device found. and i've also tried changing the gstreamer properties my lsusb http://pastebin.com/BX6B4Wpe my lspci http://pastebin.com/FZmseTST i've also tried ricoh ...
3
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1answer
9k views

How to detect webcam?

I installed Cheese, but my webcam doesn't work. What should I do? This is the output of lsusb: Bus 007 Device 002: ID 0483:2016 SGS Thomson Microelectronics Fingerprint Reader Bus 007 Device 001: ID ...
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5answers
26k views

How to install a Logitech webcam?

I'm having problems with installing a webcam: Archive: /media/LWS_2_0/Setup.exe [/media/LWS_2_0/Setup.exe] End-of-central-directory signature not found. Either this file is not the last disk(s) ...
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1answer
612 views

Very low webcam framerate in Dell Mini 10

The framerate of the built in webcam of my Dell Mini 10 (Inspiron 1010) is extremely slow (may be 1 frame every 10 seconds). Initially I couldn't see the webcam image. After following the ...
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6k views

What webcam can I buy that works out of the box with Ubuntu?

I need to set up a video conference, yet I have no webcam. I'm looking to buy something that works out of the box with Ubuntu 10.04, and as many possible conferencing apps as possible. Can anyone ...
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How do I create a udev rule for my logitech webcam [closed]

With my webcam plugged in at boot, it always defaults to /dev/video0 and my TV-card defaults to /dev/video1. Tvtime defaults is using /dev/video0. I know that I can run Tvtime with the --device option ...