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Hi m40295

I want stream video from cheap usb webcam... but my goal is to get connected with wireless ipcam and no luck...

i try opkg install kmod-video-core, kmod-video-uvc and mjpg-streamer. endup with '/dev/video0' does not exist

i was thinking if someone can create infusions that stream victim build in webcam or ipcam

sorry my bad english.... thanks

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there was a post about this before

i dont think anyonenwas intristed i always thouht itnwould be a great infusion

ipcam infusion

my idea was to scan the network for /cgi/image.mpg and display in a small tab

allowing auto find or ip input

as well as refresh rate

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there was a post about this before

i dont think anyonenwas intristed i always thouht itnwould be a great infusion

ipcam infusion

my idea was to scan the network for /cgi/image.mpg and display in a small tab

allowing auto find or ip input

as well as refresh rate

Hi m40295...

we had same interested... that i was playing with, i've read few blog/forum about webcam run on openwrt... but it plug within router only.

if someone here tweaking some code would be great infusion right? people who get connected to pineapple, we can scan the webcam/ipcam <ip:port> then gotcha!! bigbrother are watching.... lol.... but i still stuck with ('/dev/video0' does not exist)

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Did you load the modules using modprobe and/or insmod?

I think this sounds like a sweet infusion.

Hi L0G1C..

what i know its usb webcam... once u fireup your pineapple.. it auto load...

you can stream the webcam using mjpg-streamer....

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Hi L0G1C..

what i know its usb webcam... once u fireup your pineapple.. it auto load...

you can stream the webcam using mjpg-streamer....

ahhh.. so maybe I'm misunderstanding the problem. So your saying mjpg-streamer is able to show a video stream from the USB camera connected to the pineapple but at the same time you don't have a /dev/video device?

~L0G1C

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I have just done this the other day for trying to catch a thief on camera.

apt-get install motion.

/etc/motion.conf Will have loads of options, set your video device to /dev/video#... you may also have to change a few ports the services will run on default 8080, 8081... you xdont want port conflicts with pineapple services...

The cam will detect motion and start recording... I did not catch a thief but when I was at work I did see some Christian teenagers walk up to my door...

to discover the correct device. ls /dev/video*

Then plug in the device and run the command again... should see some results...

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I have just done this the other day for trying to catch a thief on camera.

apt-get install motion.

/etc/motion.conf Will have loads of options, set your video device to /dev/video#... you may also have to change a few ports the services will run on default 8080, 8081... you xdont want port conflicts with pineapple services...

The cam will detect motion and start recording... I did not catch a thief but when I was at work I did see some Christian teenagers walk up to my door...

to discover the correct device. ls /dev/video*

Then plug in the device and run the command again... should see some results...

Hi i8igmac

done by plug webcam to pineapple right? how about that we can catch others webcam on pineapple network? tq for sharing motion idea..

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