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This isn't really my area of interest, but nobody can help you help yourself until you provide some more information. It's unlikely anyone is going to reply further to this thread until you tell us the following:
What's your "notebook"?
What's your linux distribution called (with version number)?
What's your WEB CAM make/model?
What application(s) are you using?
What is happening and what would you like to happen?
Are you still running the Linups Lite OS that came on the Acer Aspire One ?
Is the Microphone unmuted in teh mixer panel ?
If this is a Linpus Lite issue you may want to check in the official Acer Aspire one forums http://www.aspireoneuser.com/forum/
From the ArchLinux AcerAspireOne Wiki
Internal microphone and sound after suspend
With kernel >=2.6.27 the internal microphone and sound after suspend works with the following /etc/modprobe.d/sound:
options snd-hda-intel model=acer
If you experience problems with the internal microphone, try also model=auto instead, but this will disable sound after suspend.
So since they are discussing making that work after suspend i would say it definitely works in linux..
I'm sorry folks, I feel like a silly little girl now, I thought it might be an easy thing that I was not seeing, But it's too big for me, I cant even give you guys the info you need to help me. Thanks anyway. Carol