Motion Eye OS
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Has anybody run motion eye on the cube?
Also can you write an image to an SD card and boot with it like the Pinephone or a Raspberry Pi?
I have tried motioneyeos-pine64-20200606.img.xz and I was hoping to get it to connect to my network so I could avoid the serial-terminal process.
I haven't found any basic instructions to get this up and running. Big Grin
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(03-22-2021, 03:23 PM)Will Welker Wrote: Has anybody run motion eye on the cube?
Also can you write an image to an SD card and boot with it like the Pinephone or a Raspberry Pi?
I have tried motioneyeos-pine64-20200606.img.xz and I was hoping to get it to connect to my network so I could avoid the serial-terminal process.
I haven't found any basic instructions to get this up and running. Big Grin

Good simple question Will. 

I suspect the answer might be quite complex with a lot of work to do. 

Having said that, I still wonder the same thing myself. Anyone any idea on whether a version of MotionEyeOs is something that could happen anytime?

Thanks!!
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I think MotionEyeOS and the Pinecube would be a complete solution.  I currently run all my home security cameras with Pi and MotionEyeOS.  I add two extra hardware parts to get POE, each camera stores its media on its own microSD drive so the storage is distributed.  A simple HTML file on my PC has all the camera streams and each video stream is a clickable link to the MotionEye server dashboard of each camera.

[Image: html-streams.png]

Calin Crisan runs the repo for MotionEyaOS. I will pay to send him a couple of cubes if anybody has his contact info.
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