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Old 12-06-2005, 04:14 AM   #1
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Question Trust WB-3400T webcam (sn9c103 driver), just won't work for me


I just got my first webcam in the mail (model and make named in title), but I can't get the damn thing to work.
dmesg gives the following:
"usb 2-1: SN9C103 PC Camera Controller detected (vid/pid 0x0C45/0x60AF)
usb 2-1: No supported image sensor detected".
does this mean that it is impossible untill better drivers come along?
I have compiled the kernel driver, both as a module (modprobed fine) and in-kernel. other than that i also have searched the forums, read the howtow's, tried different parts of software. but im still stumped.

any ideas, tips or questions would be helpfull, cause I really want this one to work
Thanx

other specs:
Kernel: 2.6.11.12 (later wont work with vmware, also tried with 2.6.14)
Dist: Slackware-current

tried xawtv which gave me /dev/video0: no such device etc
 
  


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