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I'm currently using Fedora Core 3.0 and would like to install my USB webcam "Logitech Quickcam" to chat. Does anybody know where I can find the driver for it ? ...
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    USB Logitech Webcam Installation ????


    I'm currently using Fedora Core 3.0 and would like to install my USB webcam "Logitech Quickcam" to chat.
    Does anybody know where I can find the driver for it ?
    Where I boot Kudzu detect the new hardware webcam but in Gnome no way to see it. When I started "Internet video conference" module, the webcam is not known.
    I thank you for your helpppppppppppppppppp.

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    Ok I found something but where install it ?

    Ok I found one driver on sourceforge.org, it's a driver in a gz file. But where shall I extract these files to install it cleanly ?
    on /home/...
    or /usr/... ?

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    It doesn't matter where you extract them.

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