Ubuntu9.04: Webcam can't work

Bug #365910 reported by jacyfan on 2009-04-24
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linux (Ubuntu)

Bug Description

[WestLake]:Install Ubuntu9.04 and update the kernel to latest.

When update video driver to 2.6.3, system can do S3/S4 correctly, but Webcam can't work properly, it will cause GDM crash and system will log out automatically;
When update video driver to 2.7.0, webcam can work well, but S3/S4 can't work. (The attachment is the log file).

jacyfan (jacy-fan) wrote :
Changed in linux (Ubuntu):
assignee: nobody → david.chen
jacyfan (jacy-fan) wrote :

Hi, More detail on this issue:

HW: WestLake
Config: WL-PT-C7-3;
OS: Ubuntu 9.04 RC image;
Kernal version: 2.6.28-11;

Step1: Install clear OS, system fail to enter S3/S4, only display log-in interface;
Step2: Go to Synaptic Package Manager, reload the all update package and apply;
Step3: Check Intel Video driver is 2.6.3 version.
   Make system enter S3/S4, can resume back successfully.
   Run “Cheese” application in terminal, it cause GDM crash, and system will log out automatically;
Step4: Download Intel latest driver 2.7.0, compile and install it on system.
   Run “Cheese” application and it works well;
   Make system enter S3/S4, failed.

Jerone Young (jerone) wrote :

    Can you try a fresh install of the release version of 9.04. What is behavior?

David Chen (david.chen) wrote :

Bug for this issue:

Patch for this issue:

According to Jacy, the above patch fixes Bug#365910.

David Chen (david.chen) wrote :

Confirmed patch is already submitted to Jaunty kernel tree, and is now available in proposed repository. After enabling the pre-released repository and perform a system upgrade, issue can no longer be reproduced.

Changed in linux (Ubuntu):
assignee: David Chen (david.chen) → nobody
status: New → Fix Committed
Changed in linux (Ubuntu):
status: Fix Committed → Fix Released
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