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It happens that Ubuntu cannot correctly recognize and manage some digital cameras. Take out your memory card and use a card reader instead of directly connecting the camera to the computer, and copy the pictures to the desired location.
The Meye or Vmeyesuper is possible to run as a google chrome extension. In order to do this you need to install the Google chrome, the Archon extension for the browser and chromeos-apk. Then you need to download the apk and with chromeos-apk convert it to a google chrome extension by: chromeos-apk vmeyesuper.apk --archon. Then you need to load Archon and the ...
I found out that my computer has two usb hubs. I maked sure that all ports from one hub were used for other things, and the second hub only had the camera connected. It worked around the problem, however not sure if there is a better solution.
With Ubuntu, you don't need the software that came with the camera. As you found out most camera manufacturers don't provide a software for Linux. They don't need to, as Ubuntu has the needed software already installed. Just connect the camera and it should be recognized. If that does not work, or if you prefer, you can also take the SD card out and put it ...
I think you should install UVC driver. You can get information on troubleshoot webcam issues from this link.Click here
Press Ctrl+Alt+T on your keyboard to open terminal. When it opens, run command to disable the camera until reboot: sudo modprobe -r uvcvideo You will be asked for your password, and after typing it, if there are no errors shown in the terminal, your webcam should be disabled. To enable your webcam again, run: sudo modprobe uvcvideo
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