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Old 12-09-2005, 08:16 PM   #1
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help !!!!!!! webcam by spac driver

I am the newbie on debian and sorry for my poor english , i wish you guys can understand what i say

I install debian with kernel 2.4.27 version
and I want to setup my webcam on linux
i choose a driver of spac from

because I fail to compile and make for many times
I don't actually know what problem with me now
so I reinstall the debian on my pc again
no rebuild kernel or update kernel yet
just use apt-get to update and upgrade the system

as the web site saying
I go to

and apt-get all required depends and download the deb file
as I dpkg the deb file, the unpacked file are transfered to /usr/src name: spca5xx-source.tar.bz2 QQ" so I unpacked and want to compile it

the instruction says that what i need to do is compile it to produce a moduler file named spcadecoder.o by command: make

but the following error make me don't know how to do or what to do
do any one can help me
pleeeeease ~~

the error message:


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