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Exist any Linux drivers for webcam Caynon CNR-CP4???


I bought a webcam Caynon CNR-CP4. I found on the box of tis camera that it is only Windows compatibile. Unfortunately, I have Linux. There are any drivers which let me use this webcam also in Linux-system? Where I can get them?
Thanks a lot!!!!
Lucia (Slovakia)

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