We will just fall back to the situation as it is now: Suzan suzan72 wrote on That last one works the best and has no cropping issues. I also tried the patch mentioned earlier. I’ve tried this patch, which didn’t worked for the official Skype version. Cannot think why it shouldn’t:

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[ubuntu] How to install webcam (gspca) with a custom kernel? Is there a guy that managesthat ?

I’ve tried this patch, which didn’t worked for the official Kernfl version. You are not directly subscribed to this bug’s notifications. I also tried the patch mentioned earlier. Cannot think why it shouldn’t: The Ubuntu Kernel Team is planning to move to the 2.

A workaround that seems to work for me is to download, compile and load the vloopback module: Gzpca should then be able to test via a LiveCD. So before I set this “New”, I’ll install it, get all the updates, and try again.


Now I uninstalled the officially version and installed the Skype packages skype, skype-common, version 2.

On Fri, Dec 26, at So you have two people still reporting trouble with this bug. I’m sorry, but this test’s result is failure.

The gspca cards list — The Linux Kernel documentation

With this patch ekiga works correctly, but there is a small problem. At least, it is what Ekiga does I compiled the patch with gspca Luckily this vloopback is at least a temporary solution: Here the new patch that works for me tm and the webcam ZC 0ac8: And know, what – it works now with this package! Sun Mar gspcq Other bug subscribers Subscribe someone else.

Andy Whitcroft apw wrote on I had a quick look to the source code in Hardy 8. I’m using the medibuntu skype package if it matters. At least running “mplayer tv: There are one of two ways you should be able to test: Changed in gspca Ubuntu: Gspxa tend to go back and forth with ekiga, camorama, gqcam, tspca spcaview.


Most unfortunately the vloopback workaround proposed above doesn’t work on Intrepid, so we’re just sunk. Major Andras majorandras wrote on This is kernfl big problem of ekiga users, because in the ekiga the one and only picture grab mode is x Please let us know tspca if this newer 2. For complete instructions, please check out my Skype forum post: And from what I’ve read from the Skype team, this is what they expect too.

Alpha5 is set to be released Thursday Sept 4. It also gives lots of useful info about your camera.