That actually interesting. If it's the same problem, it means it comes from something
else in the baseline Fedora packages. Alas, I don't have time to look further into
this right now...
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Subject: Re: [fedora-virt] Why is name not shown in Add Hardware for USB device?
On Thu, 28 Aug 2014 17:19:09 +0200
VISEUR Eric wrote:
However, if you're using recent packages versions from the
virt-preview or rawhide
Nope, this is straight fedora 20. Anything I can chmod 777 to see if it is the same
permission problem? Is something "helpfully" grabbing control of the webcam as
soon as it is plugged in so that qemu can't get to it? (Certainly if I run cheese on
linux, it can see images from the webcam just fine, so udev must have made a /dev/video*
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