But im still not up to speed on the whole udev thing but here is what im trying to achieve, after playing with a cam driver for a while and getting the colour settings correct I have read that it is possible to install a module for the cam with extra parameters ie (module name ) R=0.003 W=... etc
eg modprobe spca5xx Offred = 112
which correctly sets the values that you would be adjusting via a frontend in any case, Now say I just plug the cam in and the kernel does its thing and the module will get loaded with default driver settings, Im looking for a way to make it install the module with settings that I want.
mmm I dunno perhaps this can also be handled by a config file ?
There are several parameter that can be passed in:
From the read me I gathered the following.
force_rgb = 1 Set reverse rgb order
OffRed = -16 Initial red offset -16 range [-128..+128]
OffBlue = -16 Initial blue offset -16 range [-128..+128]
OffGreen = -16 Initial green offset -16 range [-128..+128]
GRed = 256 Initial gain setting to 1 range [0..512]
GBlue = 256 Initial gain setting to 1 range [0..512]
GGreen = 256 Initial gain setting to 1 range [0..512]
gamma = 3 Set gamma table to 1 range [0..7]
usbgrabber = 1 if you use an usb grabber usbid 0x0733:0x430 otherwise
debug=<n> <-- set debug level
As for making it more difficult than it has to be <<< um well this doesnt say to much ?
How do I make this less difficult than it has to be ?