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UVC Driver for VxWorks

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    UVC Driver for VxWorks

    Hi All,
    I'm trying to interface Logitech C200 Camera with my board with USB host enabled running VxWorks.
    This camera works on my Linux machine with UVC driver. Can someone point me to the source code of the linux driver so I can tr porting it to VxWorks?

    Thank you,
    Brijen

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    > This camera works on my Linux machine with UVC driver. Can someone point me to the source code of the linux driver so I can tr porting it to VxWorks?
    Erm, Linux is open source, so isn't this just a "please google for me post"?
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    Apparently. First hit on Google:

    Linux UVC driver & tools

    Really? Was it that hard? And UVC is basically the video equivalent of HID - a published standard that a shed-load of devices follow so they don't need special (different) drivers for each one. It does worry me when people think they'll just create a driver, or port this and that, or write whatever kind of complicated program and can't do a SIMPLE keyword search on Google to get the first step done. I'd probably lay money that there will never be a working driver created for VxWorks as a result of this post. The kind of person who'd prove me wrong wouldn't be posting the question in the first place!
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