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Please help got a suse linux enterprise desktop 10 novell, built in webcam will not work, it is not even recognised

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    my webcam does not work i don't know how any of it works i hate linux wish i had not bought it

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Please reboot your system after reboot check dmesg and if you didn't find any error try detecting the webcam with kudzu, try reinstalling the driver..

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I am Bibin M.i am very happy to help you in this ocassion.you may kindly check your connection and inform the site if it deose not work.thank you

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