Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 454275
Miro DC10, video adapter not recognized with camstream
Last modified: 2009-01-09 01:39:53 EST
Description of problem:
Miro dc10 not recognized
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
camstreams (the last one)
amsn, ekiga ...
Steps to Reproduce:
the module drivers seem to be compiled with the kernel (184.108.40.206-40-fc8).
Nicolas from France
You've reported this bug against camstream, but in how reproducible you say:
So I guess it the card does not work with these programs either?
Could you try testing this with the current rawhide branch of Fedora or with the soon to be released Fedora 10 beta?
Actually I couldn't try testing my video card with the current rawhide or fedora 10 b. I works only with Xubuntu (Hardy) with xawtv ...
(In reply to comment #3)
> Actually I couldn't try testing my video card with the current rawhide or
> fedora 10 b.
With videocard I assume you mean your vga card and not the miro dc10 card? If you are having trouble with a vgacard and F-10 beta add "nomodeset" to the kernel cmdline in grub.
> I works only with Xubuntu (Hardy) with xawtv ...
Do you mean "it" (the miro dc-10) only works in Hardy with xawtv, or do you mean "I" (as in you) only work with hardy now a days?
Have you tried with xawtv under Fedora?
Sorry, I have written words who are not reflected what I think. Actually I couldn't install a newer version than fedora 8 with the computer which has a miro DC10 old card . But I have another comporter which has miro dc10 new and I will try to install fedora 10 b. Thanks for your advise. I will give you some news from my installation and my miro dc10 (new).
amsn, ekiga, camstream, xdtv, xawtv ... miro dc10 new/old recognized but doesn't work with Fedora 8/9
Only xawtv with Xubuntu works with dc10 new/old but not amsn, ekiga, camstream ...
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