The ubuntu-kernel-team is being unassigned from this bug report. Hi, Quoting the previous post: Bug attachments This is a x mode, this is totaly ok. With this patch ekiga works correctly, but there is a small problem. I don’t know, that is an ekiga or a driver issue?
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The recently proposed kernel 2.
Linux Kernel Driver DataBase: CONFIG_USB_GSPCA: GSPCA based webcams
I confirm this bug on 2. Launchpad Janitor janitor wrote on So this bug is behind me now, i hope i’m not just the lucky guy here and gspcz the issue has been really dealt with. Most unfortunately the vloopback workaround proposed above doesn’t work on Intrepid, so we’re just sunk.
Michal Predotka mpredotka wrote on Major Andras majorandras wrote on And know, what – it works now with this package! Here’s what mine shows: Hi, I’m not a coder myself Also, please specifically note if the issue does or does not appear in the 2.
My skype finally gets tested and it works. We appreciate your patience and understanding as we make this transition.
Ben Collins ben-collins on Now I uninstalled the officially version and installed the Skype packages skype, skype-common, version 2. Hi, The brightness slider in ekiga doesn’t work because you are not in a call.
That last one works the best and has no cropping issues. This is a gspca issue, not an ekiga issue.
So you have two people still reporting trouble with this bug. Brad Johnson Just wanted to thank you for suggesting the use of vloopback. The problem has been reported upstream since long now and the bad behaviour still remain the same This is a big problem of ekiga users, gsspca in the ekiga the one and only picture grab mode is x Keenel let us know immediately if this newer 2.
In this picture you can see the problem: It is what i did when i tried the fix kernell had no success, i have to try with the latest skype version maybe it solves the issue and it is why you’re reporting the fix as working which was not the case previous skype version.
It also gives lots of useful info about your camera. A workaround that seems to work for me is to download, compile and load the vloopback module: The image still gets cropped.
Confirmed that image cropping is still an issue on 8.
GspcaWebcam – ArmadeusWiki
Sometimes I have that problem and sometimes not. I have a Logitech Quickcam Messenger d: At least running “mplayer tv: This is not a solution to do an exception for this particular driver.
May some of you would try that medibuntu package also? The problem is very ancient since years and the gspca devs just do not want to fix it or lack time This bug is now reported against the ‘linux’ package I just had a long video conversation with someone using Ekiga.