usb camera module for ubntu7.10

hi friends

We have requirement on camera modules with USB interface for ubnthu 7.10 (Linux) version. I gone through many site, identified some of modules are available with USB interface but drivers provided for the module is in windows. We need USB camera modules with Linux drivers (ubuntu 7.10 ).

my applications is connect usb camera module to Neo1973( phone from openmoko community ) and send s the commands to camera modules and get the image data from camera to phone. here Neo1973 phone having ubuntu 7.10 operating system.

kindly let us if any body know where it is available to purchase.

maybe you can use gspca module

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maybe you can use gspca module. What kind of USB camera you have? maybe you can go to this site http://mxhaard.free.fr/

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