webcamd, IPEVO-Inc--IPEVO-Ziggi-HD-Plus -S unknown -M 0

Antonio Olivares olivares14031 at
Thu Oct 10 15:31:04 UTC 2019

Dear kind folks,

I need some help getting a ziggy webcam to work with cheese/kamerka.
I have read threads:

and I run webcamd and get

root at aceraspire:~ # webcamd -l
Available device(s):
webcamd [-d ugen0.1] -N Intel-UHCI-root-HUB -S unknown -M 0
webcamd [-d ugen4.1] -N Intel-EHCI-root-HUB -S unknown -M 0
webcamd [-d ugen3.1] -N Intel-UHCI-root-HUB -S unknown -M 1
webcamd [-d ugen1.1] -N Intel-UHCI-root-HUB -S unknown -M 2
webcamd [-d ugen2.1] -N Intel-UHCI-root-HUB -S unknown -M 3
webcamd [-d ugen4.2] -N Chicony-Electronics-Co---Ltd--Webcam -S unknown -M 0
webcamd [-d ugen4.3] -N IPEVO-Inc--IPEVO-Ziggi-HD-Plus -S unknown -M 0
webcamd [-d ugen1.2] -N Logitech-USB-Receiver -S unknown -M 0
Show webcamd usage:
webcamd -h
root at aceraspire:~ #
root at aceraspire:~ # service devd restart && webcamd -d ugen4.3 -v 0 &
[2] 2139
root at aceraspire:~ # Stopping devd.
Waiting for PIDS: 1929.
Starting devd.
Webcamd is already running for ugen4.3.0

when I try to run cheese first it got that no devices found, then I get that
``There was an error playing video from the webcam''

Is there a way to get this to work?  I have changed
cuse4bsd_load="YES" and changed to
cuse_load="YES" in /etc/rc.conf and have looked at what was
recommended in the threads and it does not work.

How can I get it to work?  I appreciate your help/suggestions.

Best Regards,


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