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An error occurred in the io-library ('Could not claim the USB device'): Could not claim interface 0 (Operation not permitted). Make sure no other program or kernel module (such as sdc2xx, stv680, spca50x) is using the device and you have read/write access to the device.
its odd because the camera works fine under kde with the same program. now when i hit connect on the camera under xfce, nothing pops up saying that its connecting and would like to know how i want to manage it.
under "add camera" in gtkam it detects kodak zd710 on usb, but on apply it says that it cannot initialize the camera.
ok it initializes and detects the camera when gtkam is run as root.
Last edited by ninja master; 12-10-2008 at 10:49 AM.
im saying its odd that as a "users" user that the camera utility works under kde, but not xfce. i know i did something previously to allow my user to access the camera under kde. i think what i did previously had to deal with adding "users" to the udev camera group.
ok i found udev 45. following the syntax of the file, issuing a "lsusb" with the camera plugged in and activated i plug in the information into the udev rules, and instead of giving it a specific "camera" user group i simply add in "users" that i am already a member of =)
thanks linux questions. with out you guys i couldnt document all of my errors. =)
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root@mkultra:/home/mkultra# modprobe usbcore
FATAL: Module usbcore not found.
root@mkultra:/home/mkultra# insmod usbcore
insmod: can't read 'usbcore': No such file or directory
im switching distros very soon, slackware does not have an official x86_64 port so i probably will switch to debian.