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Hi Sara,
It is not problem you have some warnings after it quits. If skype works normal all is fine you can make the script to not output anything. If you start it like so
LD_PRELOAD=/usr/lib/i386-linux-gnu/libv4l/v4l1compat.so skype >/dev/null 2>&1

Georgi

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How to fix upside-down / inverted web camera laptop Asus K51AC issue on Ubuntu Linux and Debian GNU / Linux

Hi David,

Did you create the shell script as instructed and is the shell script working okay from command line? If so then probably something is not okay with /usr/share/applications/skype.desktop

It could be that in Debian 7.5 syntax of skype.desktop file is a little bit different you can paste me your files and I’ll try help.

 

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How to fix upside-down / inverted web camera laptop Asus K51AC issue on Ubuntu Linux and Debian GNU / Linux
Hi

You have same issue with what webcam model and is it Linux?
What do you mean by “to assemble local webcam”. Pls tell more about your problem and hopefully I can help.


How to fix upside-down / inverted web camera laptop Asus K51AC issue on Ubuntu Linux and Debian GNU / Linux
permissions seem okay, do you still get permission denied or it is okay now?


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