On 02/24/16 00:58, Miguel C wrote:
I just noticed the last messages were never CC'ed to the list
On Wed, Feb 10, 2016 at 8:56 PM, Otacílio <otacilio.n...@bsd.com.br> wrote:
Miguel, I have noted that on my system, sometime I get a file not found
error, like your problem. So, I unplugged the webcam and plug it again and
it works. It is no frequently but occurs. Your camera is fixed or you can
try something like this?
Nah its fixed :P
Its an acer ultrabook, the devices is conencted as a usb but its not like I
can plug it of unless I remove the LCD or something :P
I was jsut think that this might be driver related, which seems to be uvc:
% v4l2-dbg -D
Driver name : uvcvideo
Card type : 1.3M HD WebCam
Bus info : usb-/dev/usb-/dev/usb
Driver version: 2.6.38
Capabilities : 0x84200001
Extended Pix Format
maybe its a bug in the driver that presenting something unexpected to
/dev/video, I was just tried with ffpmeg, recompiled with v4l support and
get the same error using -i /dev/video
[video4linux2,v4l2 @ 0x80ac6f000] ioctl(VIDIOC_STREAMON): Device not
/dev/video0: Device not configured
Can you try to get a newer version of webcamd:
pkg install -f webcamd
Need to run the command below to make webamd re-attach.
Further, try "usbconfig -d ugenX.1 reset", where X is the bus number for
your webcam device.
Else it is possible to compile webcamd with debugging on, and run it in
the foreground to see what the error is about.
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