looks like a gspca driver
Creative 214 0x041e 0x4051 Creative Live Notebook Pro VF0250 Vc301p GC303 Yes jpeg spca5xx/LE gspca v4l1/v4l2 ****
on this gspca pagehttp://mxhaard.free.fr/spca5xx.html
whilst gspca drivers were included in the 2.6.27 kernel ? it has not been a complete success; and various users report success in downloading the latest gspca drivers from
eg in post #15 on another distro, a user reports success downloading and installing the latest gspca driverhttp://forums.opensuse.org/hardware/403 ... 0-a-2.html
he recommends going herehttp://linuxtv.org/hg/v4l-dvb
for the latest driver
and the method he described was:
This is a guide or tutorial for a all newbie like me out there who does not know anything about linux and wants to install logitech Quickcam E2500 on linux openSUSE (Skype, aMSN, Ekiga).
1-Download the latest stable driver
1- go to v4l-dvb: Summary
2- click on "bz2" on the top of the page and wait for the download to complete.
3- Extract the file in the desired location.
2- Install the driver
1- Enter the file you extracted.
2- Right-click --> "open in terminal".
3- type in the command
(note: "sudo" runs the command as a root user so you have to enter the password and press enter)
4- wait for it to finish.
5- type in the command
sudo make install
and wait for it to finish.
3- Connect your webcam and restart your computer
The webcam will work with Ekiga, aMSN and Skype. Enjoy
posts #22, 23 and 24 talk about tweaking the colour of the webcam etc