USB camera - device not accepting address .., error -110
I'm trying to get my USB camera to work with my RedHat Fedora Core 2 (kernel 2.6.5-1.358) box. According to the documentation, I should use spca5xx driver. I've installed and loaded the required drivers but when I plugged in my camera, here's what's happening:
May 13 14:35:45 linux kernel: Linux video capture interface: v1.00
May 13 14:35:45 linux kernel: usbcore: registered new driver spca5xx
May 13 14:35:45 linux kernel: /usr/local/spca5xx-20050501/drivers/usb/spca5xx.c: spca5xx driver 00.56.02 registered
May 13 14:36:29 linux kernel: usb 1-2: new full speed USB device using address 4
May 13 14:36:30 linux kernel: usb 1-2: device not accepting address 4, error -110
May 13 14:36:30 linux kernel: usb 1-2: new full speed USB device using address 5
May 13 14:36:30 linux kernel: usb 1-2: device not accepting address 5, error -110
Now, I've tested the device with another box (Windows XP Professional) and it works.
I've read a bit on Linux USB FAQ _http://www.linux-usb.org/FAQ.html
Q: Why doesn't USB work at all? I get "device not accepting address".
A: You may have some problem with your PCI setup that's preventing your USB host controller from getting hardware interrupts. When Linux submits a request, but never hears back from the controller, this is the diagnostic you'll see. To see if this is the problem, look at /proc/interrupts to see if the interrupt count for your host controller driver ever goes up. If it doesn't, this is the problem: either your BIOS isn't telling the truth to Linux (ACPI sometimes confuses these things, or setting the expected OS to windows in your BIOS), or Linux doesn't understand what it's saying.
... but that's not the case for me.
I'm lost now... Does anyone have any idea? Documentation I should read?
Thanks a lot!