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CONFIG_VIDEO_CPIA: CPiA Video For Linux (DEPRECATED)

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The Linux kernel configuration item CONFIG_VIDEO_CPIA has multiple definitions:

CPiA Video For Linux (DEPRECATED) found in drivers/media/video/Kconfig

The configuration item CONFIG_VIDEO_CPIA:

Help text

This driver is DEPRECATED please use the gspca cpia1 module instead. Note that you need atleast version 0.6.4 of libv4l for the cpia1 gspca module.

This is the video4linux driver for cameras based on Vision's CPiA (Colour Processor Interface ASIC), such as the Creative Labs Video Blaster Webcam II. If you have one of these cameras, say Y here and select parallel port and/or USB lowlevel support below, otherwise say N. This will not work with the Creative Webcam III.

Please read Documentation/video4linux/README.cpia for more information.

This driver is also available as a module (cpia).

CPiA Video For Linux (DEPRECATED) found in drivers/staging/cpia/Kconfig

The configuration item CONFIG_VIDEO_CPIA:

Help text

This driver is DEPRECATED please use the gspca cpia1 module instead. Note that you need atleast version 0.6.4 of libv4l for the cpia1 gspca module.

This is the video4linux driver for cameras based on Vision's CPiA (Colour Processor Interface ASIC), such as the Creative Labs Video Blaster Webcam II. If you have one of these cameras, say Y here and select parallel port and/or USB lowlevel support below, otherwise say N. This will not work with the Creative Webcam III.

Please read Documentation/video4linux/README.cpia for more information.

This driver is also available as a module (cpia).

CPiA Video For Linux found in drivers/media/video/Kconfig

The configuration item CONFIG_VIDEO_CPIA:

Help text

This is the video4linux driver for cameras based on Vision's CPiA (Colour Processor Interface ASIC), such as the Creative Labs Video Blaster Webcam II. If you have one of these cameras, say Y here and select parallel port and/or USB lowlevel support below, otherwise say N. This will not work with the Creative Webcam III.

Please read Documentation/video4linux/README.cpia for more information.

This driver is also available as a module (cpia).

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