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In order to activate error logging specifically for this crontab entry you can redirect the error to a file. * * * * * /home/mustafa/Desktop/capture2/capture2 `date +\%y\%m\%d\%H\%M` 1>>/home/mustafa/Desktop/webcam.log 2>>/home/mustafa/Desktop/error.log 1>>/home/mustafa/Desktop/webcam.log appends the output from the script to the file ...


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The issue was that the driver was listed as being in the package, but for some reason wasn't on the system. This probably happened due to some error in the installation. Simply re-installing is the first thing to try: sudo apt-get --reinstall install linux-image-3.2.0-4-686-pae Note that without the --reinstall, apt-get will just note that the package is ...


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As @Graeme said, you can reinstall the package with sudo apt-get --reinstall install linux-image-3.2.0-4-686-pae This should reinstall all the files (including the ones you are missing). Note - since @Graeme did not end up posting his comment as an answer this is the right thing to do, see this meta post. You should also run: sudo apt-get install ...



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