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    Arrow Cheese equivalent for KDE

    I have a Microsoft Lifecam webcam which has not played nice with Kopete most of the time. Might show up for a moment and then Kopete locks-up.

    When I am using Gnome, I've been able to use Cheese as an easy tester to see if the camera is being recognized.

    Now that I am fooling around with KDE, is there a Cheese equivalent for KDE (4)?
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    Default Re: Cheese equivalent for KDE

    cheese also work on kde4 (that's what i personally use on my kde4.2.3 desktop). Try to locate it with Yast2 (or on CLI, "zypper in cheese")

    But on the Kde side there is also webkam from which i haven't any luck yet (also available on yast).

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