Hey guys and girls,
I have just installed ubuntu on my new Asus K40AB and everything works except the webcam. After a little searching I tried to install easycam2, but it did not install some of the modules. it gave some errors.
Now the cam works, however it is upside down.
I am quite new with ubuntu and am not sure if the tricks given in the forum also work for me.
I'm running the latest version of Ubuntu, and I have a Dell Sp2009wfd monitor with built in microphone and webcam. I've gotten the microphone working on mumble and on sound recorder, and I've gotten the webcam to work on Cheese...but it WON'T work through the flash player//website webcam things. I -have- the flash plugin, and I have drivers installed for my video card.
I have a Dell XPS M1530 that originally came with Ubuntu (back in 2006 or so). The Webcam has always worked out of the box in Cheese, Skype, etc. I don't use it regularly, but I had tested it before. I recently tried it after upgrading to Ubuntu 12.04, and I'm getting a black screen in every application I try.
I have read a few posts re. upside down cameras but couldn't find a solution, I've also tried one script from a Ubuntu forum. It didn't work. Do you know hot to flip the image? I'm running openSUSE 11.2 on Asus UL30A.
I am having some problems with youtube videos on my computer right now, sometimes they're skipping and whatnot. I also am trying to hook my computer up to a tv and mirroring displays doesn't work and even at times sharing between my monitor and tv has problems.
I've installed OpenBSD 5.2 i386 on my desktop however I hit a wall when it came to running X at my native resolution (1920x1200). All of the hardware is working normally except for the video card: an NVIDIA Geforce 560 TI.
I need to disable my USB webcam and bluetooth because I am doing some bandwidth tests with a specific USB device. What I want to do is to remove them from the output of lsusb so that I am sure all the bandwidth is allocated for the device I am testing. Current output of lsusb gives:
I am running Linux Mint, but i think this issue will be mutual with Ubuntu. My webcam in Skype is upside down (in Cheese it's ok). There are a lot of topics dealing with this coming up with fix like this: