On 10/01/2012 08:58 PM, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> Hi, folks.
> Ever since we brought some of our servers up to 6.x, where the gspca
> module comes with the kernel, instead of us building it, we've been
> seeing problems. One system gives very strange loops - someone walks
> through, then repeat a few times, then the next motion, etc. The
> current problem is that one camera went out on a different server (it's
> 6.2, and I'm hoping to bring it up to 6.3 shortly, when the users give
> me a maintenance window). I replaced it with another camera - these are
> inexpensive webcams, USB 1.0 or 1.1. I started up motion a couple of
> times, and it finally started. This was a few weeks ago; then, late
> last week or over the weekend, it went out again, giving only a black
> Under 5.x, where we were building gspca from source a couple-three
> years old, it worked fine.
> Anyone have ideas as to what I might try?
Cant you blacklist internal module and use the one you will compile? You
can use kmod- way of compiling, so package is not related to specific
kernel but to family of kernels with same ABI/kABI using weak-updates.
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