Any advice is most appreciated. Kevin did warn me about something, before he left he told me that "quick-fast & in a hurry" I will fall in love with Linux, he told me that if going UVC - The Ubuntu wiki page for the Universal Video Class. No, create an account now.
you need something like colonzilla Adv Reply February 16th, 2011 #3 sikander3786 View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Visit Homepage Simply, Ubuntu Addict! Apr 24, 2011 #7 jobeard TS Ambassador Posts: 9,558 +653 We all understand the frustration of attempting what should be straight forward and getting lead down the path to nowhere He me gave this huge 3000 page book on how to use Linux. This aims to provide a universal driver in the same way that a generic driver handles USB storage devices (memory sticks, hard drives etc). my response
Before upgrading it is recommended that you read the release notes for Ubuntu 10.10, which document caveats and workarounds for known issues in this version. installs and lunch and the money I'm tired, I think I'm going to grab a beer, maybe take a long hot bath and relax. When looking to purchase a webcam for use with Ubuntu, you should look for a UVC compatible camera. Thanks..........
In fact I prefer to have each drive bootable on its own, with all the system files & grub in that drive's MBR. It has been in the Universe repositories since Ubuntu 9.10 (Karmic Koala). What are you trying to install?For most software installs you can use the *Ubuntu Software Centre, just type in the name of the program you want and it will take care check this link right here now Sorry for the vent session, but it's hard to keep my patience in check when I'm running into brick walls around every turn.
I added every part of every HD as ext4 and and selected for it to be formatted but I run into "no mount point assigned for ext file system SDC...." and He even went as far as telling me that my little computer science degree and my Microsoft MCSE won't help either, so don't try. Is there a way to fix this? Aug 25, 2011 My Ubuntu 10.10 has gone screwy.
and go back to Windows XP, he told me to not be a fool and go that route. To use the mini iso image download mini.iso from one of the following links and burn it to a CD or USB drive. Driver installation Linux Webcam drivers are provided by several different projects. Click Upgrade.
A full list of available files, including BitTorrent files, can be found below. The new appearances should belong to your webcam (for instance, /dev/video0 and /dev/audio2). Tango Icons © Tango Desktop Project. Login now.
You will need at least 256MiB of RAM to install from this CD. This includes most machines with Intel/AMD/etc type processors and almost all computers that run Microsoft Windows, as well as newer Apple Macintosh systems based on Intel processors. Both problems the sound and network are all stock (out of the box) items that came with the computer, nothing upgraded, nothing exotic. Oh yeah, read 8 pages of support code and figure out what (p53) and (p54) and (p38) are and read all their codes and know what to do with them, yeah
When it was all done he told me that he was being hard on me for a reason, he told me that with all I know it makes little difference in See Also Troubleshooting Webcams - The Ubuntu wiki page. Im trying to trudge through the muck on the internet for a possible solution, so far I'm not sure if I will ever fix this problem, for what I've seen so
How is the USB-Ethernet device see in this black box? I guess I will shut up now! Introduction Contents Choosing a Webcam Testing Your Webcam Using Cheese Webcam Software Configuring Webcam Software VLC FFmpeg MPlayer MEncoder Skype streamer Identifying Your Webcam Driver installation See Also External Links This I'm also kind of starting to feel suckered into this O.S., for all the Linux support papers and support forums I read before the install told me that this O.S.
More info... MPlayer MPlayer is capable of displaying a webcam video stream, 3.4.1. If you have a non-64-bit processor made by AMD, or if you need full support for 32-bit code, use the Intel x86 images instead. Just as a reminder, Ubuntu 10.10 isn't supported anymore.Generally speaking, the precedence for installing programs (imho) on a typical Linux distribution go something like this:1.