[SOLVED] Need Lifecam 300 for taking profile pictures
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I don't use skype but I would like to be able to use my
microsoft lifecam 300 for taking the odd profile picture or
I have searched LQ and found nothing but unsolved queries
about this product, concluding that it won't run under
slackware, though it does run under another linux system
I have on my computer: Linux Mint Nadia (i have cheese installed there)
If anyone reading has a simple solution it would be greatly
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Bus 001 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0002 Linux Foundation 2.0 root hub
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13 Despite being able to work with lower USB bandwidths, this device always requests the maximum possible bandwidth, even for the MJPEG format. Using one of those cameras in conjunction with another USB device (including the camera internal microphone) will likely fail. You can tell the uvcvideo driver to estimate the required bandwidth instead of trusting the camera by setting the FIX_BANDWIDTH quirk. This will only affect uncompressed formats, and even there there's no guarantee of success. See the FAQ for more information.