On Fri, Nov 13, 2009 at 09:04:23PM +0100, Erik Andrén wrote: > 2009/11/13 Nicolau Werneck <nwern...@gmail.com>: > > Hello. > > > > I bought me a new webcam. lsusb said me it was a 17a1:0128 device, for > > which the gspca_t613 module is available. But it did not recognize the > > sensor number, 0x0802. > > > > I fiddled with the driver source code, and just made it recognize it > > as a 0x0803 sensor, called "others" in the code, and I did get images > > from the camera. But the colors are extremely wrong, like the contrast > > was set to a very high number. It's probably some soft of color > > encoding gone wrong... > > > > How can I start hacking this driver to try to make my camera work > > under Linux? > > > > If possible you could open the camera to investigate if there is > anything printed on the sensor chip. This might give you a clue to > what sensor it is.
Thanks for redirecting me. I opened it (So much for the warranty seal...), but there is just huge black blob of goo over the chip, as usual these days. ++nicolau -- Nicolau Werneck <nwern...@gmail.com> 1AAB 4050 1999 BDFF 4862 http://www.lti.pcs.usp.br/~nwerneck 4A33 D2B5 648B 4789 0327 Linux user #460716
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