install webcam drivers with EasyCam 2
Installation on 32 bit systems
Installation on 32 bit systems
You need to add the following repository to your source list Adding Repositories
deb http://blognux.free.fr/ubuntu hardy main
deb-src http://blognux.free.fr/ubuntu hardy main
Then you need to update the packages
sudo apt-get update
and install the easycam package :
- If you use Gnome :
sudo apt-get install easycam2-gtk
- If you use Kde :
sudo apt-get install easycam2-qt
Installation on 64 bit systems
1. First, install the dependencies:
sudo apt-get install python-xml cheese
2. Now, download the core and install it:
sudo dpkg -i easycam2-core.deb
- 2a. I must did a: ‘sudo apt-get -f install’ for dependencies problem with the core.
3. Install EasyCam
- On Gnome
sudo dpkg -i easycam2-gtk.deb
- On KDE
sudo dpkg -i easycam2-qt.deb
With the following command you start easycam (there is also an icon under Application->Utility):
- In Gnome :
gksudo 'python /usr/share/EasyCam2/core.py --gtk'
- In Kde :
kdesudo 'python /usr/share/EasyCam2/core.py --qt'
Now you can choose your webcam from the list. The software asks you if you want to install the driver.
After some compilation your webcam should be ready.
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