.:B:. wrote:You're reading things that are not there mate. 802.11n is both a 5 GHz and a 2,4 GHz standard. The old IPW 2200 only does 802.11bg. Had one myself.I know that. Are you saying the new 2200 only does N at 2.4GHz?Oh, and I not only had an IPW 2200, I still have it! . Actually, I have an IPW 2915, which also does 802.11a in addition to 802.11bg.
After installing some must have apps on Ubuntu 11.10, you might have missed few things e.g if you’re using webcam either on Desktop/PC using USB (or other port) or in laptop or netbook, you need to install the driver software for your webcam, because it is very likely that your webcam manufacturer doesn’t supply driver software for Linux based OS such as Ubuntu (e.g I’m using Lo
If you are having problems with your webcam device, you may need to install this Webcam Diagnostics. This software will provide you a detailed information regarding your webcam device issues such as DirectShow, and any other driver installation issues. If you are having trouble with your webcam such as driver initialization failed or end up [...]
I've latest ArchLinux installed with v4l-utils 0.8.8-1 and gspca_zc3xx webcam driver v2.13.0 . The driver is installed as a kernel module, and I can detail it with modinfo gspca_zc3xx command. This driver version is now outdated, and it doesn't support correctly Auto Gain and Exposure controls in my webcam Logitech Quickcam Communicate STX.
I just bought a webcam Microsoft HD-3000 and ubuntu doesn't automatically detect the webcam.
Can someone point me to a resource where I can download the driver? A tutorial on how to install and configure the webcam would be really usefull?
Hi, I cannot find an updated driver for a webcam Logitech Quickcam E 2500 webcam. It doesn't work with Cheese nor does it work with Skype. I'm using Lubuntu 12.04 LTS. I have tried the packages qc-usb-utils (utility programs for the QuickCam Express driver) & qc-usb-source (source for the QuickCam Express driver) without a result.
I just bought an Acer Aspire 3830TG, it comes with an integrated 1.3M HD Webcam. Before buying it i tried with a bootable Lubuntu usb stick, everything worked well except for the webcam, which i thought I had to tweak.
The thing is that it seems the camera should work with no problems in ubuntu.