Camera Monitor – System tray icon that notifies you when your Webcam is on
Camera Monitor is a little tray system icon that notifies you when your Webcam is on.It is designed for the GNOME desktop, but will work as well on KDE and XFCE.Camera Monitor is released under the terms of the GNU General Public License.
Install camera monitor on ubuntu /11.10/11.04/10.10
Open the terminal and run the following commands
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:phobosk/phobosk-ppa
sudo apt-get update
sudo aapt-get install cameramonitor
Using Camera monitor
Launch cameramonitor on command line: cameramonitor
Or from GNOME menu: Applications -> Sound and video -> Camera Monitor
Change preferences on command line: cameramonitor -p
Or from GNOME menu: Preferences -> Camera Monitor
Anyone else notice the icon is the glowing red orb of the HAL9000? Coincidence? Hmmmm….
Thank for the program! One little thing – there is a misprint in the listing – not “sudoa apt”, but “sudo apt”, of course.
Thank you and i have updated article.
Erm… now you have “sudo aapt” in that very line. Another update? 😉