SO much for so called experts.
vajohn1308 wrote:nobody at the linux meeting could give me any advice. Average comment when asked about this problem " i don't use any wecam so i have no idea what to do or how to fix YOUR problem"..
I was disappointed to say the least. SO much for so called experts.
Nobody can make it work for you, unless they just happen to have the exact same issue and resolved it..http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=194793____________________________________________
The url given had the best advice, it is a Linux driver issue, and if Logitech chooses not to offer any Linux drivers for their webcams, you are outa luck, except for Linux user support..http://linux-uvc.berlios.de/http://linux-uvc.berlios.de/#footnote-1http://www.quickcamteam.net/documentati ... tibilities
1 First and second generation Logitech webcams suffer from firmware bug which make the camera somehow unstable. As the issue is timing-related, the exact impact of the bug on a particular user can't be predicted. If you plan to buy a Logitech webcam, consider getting one of the models not affected by the bug. More information about the issue, including possible workarounds, are available on the QuickCam Team website.
2 Starting at version 2.6.22, the Linux kernel includes a USB audio bug fix which triggers a (possibly identical to the above) bug in first and second generation Logitech webcams. See the Linux UVC wiki for a workaround.