Logitech Quickcam express driver 0.6.4 reviewDownload
This project is to produce drivers for the Logitech Quickam Express that will run popular linux software, such as video for linux
This project is to produce drivers for the Logitech Quickam Express that will run popular linux software, such as video for linux.
This site hosts the Linux driver for the QuickCam Express and other QuickCam-related and QuickCam-compatible USB web cameras. The original work was done by Georg Acher and was known as qce-ga; Jean-Frederic Clere took that driver and created the first Video4Linux (V4L) driver, enabling popular V4L applications such as Xawtv to display pictures from the webcam. Since then, a group of developers around the world have evolved the driver into its current state, adding support for new cameras and chipsets as they have become available. In the process, the driver became known as qc-usb to reflect the fact that it supports a wide variety of USB-attached QuickCam cameras, not just the QuickCam Express.
The qc-usb driver supports the following webcams:
Labtec Webcam (old model)
Logitech QuickCam Express (old model)
Logitech QuickCam Notebook (some models)
Logitech QuickCam Web
Generally, any USB camera with a USB vendor ID of 0x46d and a USB product ID of 0x840, 0x850, or 0x870 (so, 0x46d:0x840, for example), should work. You can see the USB ID using operating system utilities such as lsusb in Linux.
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