hi have given the command as "mknod" for both /dev/video0 and /dev/video1
No actually there are two directories all ready being created.....
/dev/video0  major and minor no as : 81 and 0
and /dev/video1 and minor no is: 81 and 1
Actually the code(.c files) are available in the qc-usb-xxxxxxx(somewhat like this) works under consideration that my kernel(my kernel is 2.4.20-8,redhat9.0) is smp enable, but actually my system is smp disable ... so i manually remove that much code from the qc-driver.c file .........and after that it successfully compiled and loaded .......but my webcam is not detected after attaching it to the usb.... but still its ven-id/pro-id is valid according to the code available in source code.

"subscriptions@rdegraaf.nl" <subscriptions@rdegraaf.nl> wrote:

Hi Ajit,

I think you are missing the device node, so you have to make this node in /dev/ for the video device.
Look in the quickcam.sh script for videodev how this is done:
grep -i videodev quickcam.sh

I think it is like: mknod /dev/video0 c 81 6


Rob de Graaf

On Mon, 3 Apr 2006 07:23:01 -0700 (PDT)
"AJIT J. SURANA" wrote:

> Hi!
> I m using logitech quickcam as per the specfied vendor_id/product_id.
> I loaded the driver using "insmod ./quickcam.o" and that is loaded successfully, but webcam is not detected..... now wht to do please give me sugestions how i can make run the webcam on the machine....... ?
> Thank you.
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