Logitech Webcam C drivers for Debian Etch. I hope we see it applied to oneiric kernels soon, otherwise the wikis that report how nicely all these Logitech cameras play with linux should be rewritten because the audio has been terribly broken, while it worked fine with natty. Latest kernel update didn’t solve the problem for me. Displaying first 40 and last 40 comments. Changed in linux Ubuntu: Having a problem logging in?
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I might add that in Ubuntu Sound preferences I’ve two input device, referring to that only device. Just an add “trick” for those who have problems using a logitech webcam on Ubuntu.
Linux UVC driver and tools
Logitech C Webcam in Ubuntu. No need to re-boot.
See Hans de Goede’s post on the linux-uvc-devel mailing list for more information. I reversed the 2 workarounds that were posted earlier, Installed 3.
Logitech C200 Webcam in Ubuntu
[ubuntu] Logitech C Won’t work in Linux ?
It is a workaround, logitecn not really comfortable: The attachment “patch with fix for additional webcams as of ” of this bug report has been identified as being a patch.
For your information, I had the same sound problem with kernel 3. Therefore, we occasionally resort to using automated bots to request further testing. Changed in linux Ubuntu: Adding patch that fixes the issue. I’ve installed Skype and the only problem I have is with my Logitech c webcam. I hope it is what you asked for.
Indeed, the ID associated to the webcam in the patch from comment 74 is not correct: Click Here to receive this Complete Guide absolutely free. See the FAQ for more information.
I confirm the same problem with a Logitech C I have similar issue with microphone too. It is a Lonux H2. If after the reboot and mic mute is off, still does not work, just go to terminal and type: Sergey gansbrest wrote on Santiago’s fix 80 made skype work for me but broke gmail voice functions and Audacity for me.
To Be Filled By O. January 23, Hi Kai-Heng, Yes, you are right, but the real question is why does this disappear from the latest kernel? I added many more affected cameras in the present patch. I’ve also noticed that track duration counter in gnome-sound- recorder lags one second in counter is like normal seconds as well as input level indicator. It was in the previous.
Due to the limited available man power and the broad scope of the UVC specification, the Linux UVC project will concentrate the development efforts on lunux input devices, especially webcams. This quirk should apply to your webcam: