This page has been accessed 52, times. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. It lost a lot of headers, here are my instructions but failed. Email Required, but never shown. Views Read View source View history. No such file or directory compilation terminated.
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The gspca v2 driver framework remains actively developed, and is hosted in the LinuxTV git repositories.
How do I build and install the gspca webcam driver? – Ask Ubuntu
Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. It originally began as a driver project to support webcams based upon the Sunplus spca50x chipset.
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No such file or directory compilation terminated. In addition, the current maintainer provides a slightly more bleeding edge test version on his homepage . Also See gspca devices Webcam Devices.
CONFIG_USB_GSPCA: GSPCA based webcams
In mid, after the v0. How do I build and install the gspca webcam driver? Email Required, but never shown.
So I try to touch header file but failed. The new “gspca” driver name, while arguably still illuminating of its development heritage “spca”was now meant to stand for “Generic Software Package for Camera Adapters”, which more truly reflected the purpose gspc which it had evolved.
This page has been accessed 52, times. A change log is included in the Makefile of the driver’s test version source package.
After about its v0. This page was last modified on 29 Januaryat And it’s the same with my original instructions. Development History gspca has an interesting development history, having evolved quite a bit along its way. Both developer and end user support is now provided on the Linux Media Mailing List . See the “Readme and Install” file from the old gspca v1 source download.
I Have found the solution in http: Though the path getting there might not have been the easiest see herehereand here for further insightthe gspca framework was indeed reworked, and the resultant V4L2 compliant version 2 of the driver became integrated into the 2.