webcam configuration conflicts with TV tuner
I'm trying to configure my webcam (logitech clicksmart 310) on my Fedora core 6. I also have an ASUS PCI Tv tuner.
There's no /dev/video[X] for this cam. The existing /dev/video0 is for TV Tuner (it works).
The webcam is nonetheless well recognized as it appears is my hardware list.
lsusb gives this :
Bus 001 Device 004: ID 046d:0900 Logitech, Inc. ClickSmart 310
What can I do to get a proper /dev/video1 ? None of my webcam apps work (spcagui, amsn...) because they always mistake my TV Tuner for my webcam.
I tryied to mknod some entry point for it like that :
mknod /dev/video1 c 81 0
But it didn't work either.
Thank you for your help.
You need to load the webcam driver for your ClickSmart 310. I haven't used that camera or chip, but check out http://spca50x.sourceforge.net/spca50x.php?page=cams
Ok. I've just installed it. It changed nothing. Seems like it was already installed in this regard.
Originally Posted by Michael
When I plug in the cam, a message pops up asking me if I want to download images from the cam. So I guess That the drivers for it are installed.
Anyway when I ask for spcagui (a webcam test utility), here's the output :
SpcaGui version: 0.3.5 date: 18 September 2005
video device /dev/video0
Camera found: ASUS TV-FM 7134
blah blah blah...
I still don't have any /dev/video1, only /dev/video0, in this case my TV tuner as you can see.