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LinuxNewbie.org: USB Creative Video Blaster II for Linux

Oct 11, 2000, 16:16 (1 Talkback[s])
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"I just finished getting my webcam setup and decided that I had to write everything down. Why not submit an NHF! Then I'll never lose it...ok, maybe I will, but I'll at least be able to remember all the steps by putting it down in writing. So, here it goes!"

"First off, this NHF assumes that you are using a kernel that has USB support in it. In my case, I'm using kernel version 2.3.99-pre8. I'm not going to go into the compiling of the kernel. I'm just going to touch on what's needed for USB version of the Creative Video Blaster II and how I set my system up. Your mileage may vary."

"OK! First we need to make sure that our kernel has USB support. I opted to hardcode USB support into my kernel rather than make it a module."

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