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SubjectRE: cpia_usb cameras
> From: John M. Flinchbaugh []
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> did something change in the past 2 months to break cpia_usb cameras?

2.4.0-test9 (and maybe test8) had some significant changes that broke
several USB drivers, including cpia USB.

Should be fixed in 2.4.0-test10-pre3.
If not, please report it.
Also, if there's a problem, please test with both of the
uhci host controller drivers.


> the last i remember using my webcam was toward the end of august.
> it hasn't been working with test9 or test8 i don't think.
> the device shows up just fine, the /proc/cpia/video0 is functional,
> and i can set the camera parameters.
> none of my video apps (xawtv, v4lctl, motion 2.0) work. motion 2.0
> blocks at what seems to be the ioctl(...VIDIOCMCAPTURE...).
> the record light on the camera even comes on just fine.
> i never do get a capture.
> i'm using the uhci.o driver, as usb-uhci.o loads, but trying to
> capture sends the machine into a recurring oops of some sort.
> scrolling way too quickly to read. power button is only recourse.
> this is of course linux 2.4.0-test9. i've been staying pretty
> up-to-date.
> thanks.
> - --
> ____________________}John Flinchbaugh{______________________
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