I’ve had some debugging to do for work for a part of our site that uses webcams but I’ve been a bit hazey about starting it because the last time I plugged a webcam in to a Linux box, 100 years ago, it was a bit messy. I decided to risk it as I’m too lazy to go home and get my laptop, and .. it .. just .. worked ..
Once again Ubuntu impresses me!
[243052.596000] usb 2-7: new full speed USB device using ohci_hcd and address 3
[243052.804000] usb 2-7: configuration #1 chosen from 1 choice
[243052.972000] Linux video capture interface: v2.00
[243052.988000] quickcam: QuickCam USB camera found (driver version QuickCam USB 0.6.6 $Date: 2006/11/04 08:38:14 $)
[243052.988000] quickcam: Kernel:2.6.22-14-generic bus:2 class:FF subclass:FF vendor:046D product:0870
[243053.016000] quickcam: Sensor HDCS-1020 detected
[243053.024000] quickcam: Registered device: /dev/video0
[243053.024000] usbcore: registered new interface driver quickcam
I feel these office lights are harsh on my skin though 🙁