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Old 4th April 2017, 2:30 PM   #2131
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Anyone built a multi IP camera viewer with their Pi? I'm not wanting NVR functions, just want a way to do realtime viewing of my cameras on TV.
A simple web page with multiple iframes to each feed's URL will do the trick. Format it with some CSS to suit your requirements.

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Old 4th April 2017, 5:23 PM   #2132
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Anyone built a multi IP camera viewer with their Pi? I'm not wanting NVR functions, just want a way to do realtime viewing of my cameras on TV.
Just make sure you don't put it on a public IP with hard coded admin:admin credentials.
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Old 5th April 2017, 7:43 AM   #2133
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A simple web page with multiple iframes to each feed's URL will do the trick. Format it with some CSS to suit your requirements.

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I hadn't thought of that. Might give it a shot. I had found this application a few weeks back but it looks to be unsupported at the moment.

@Foliage, this is only being viewed internally on a TV so nothing is being exposed outside of 192.168.x.x. That and UPNP is off and ports are blocked at my router.
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Old 5th April 2017, 4:07 PM   #2134
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I hadn't thought of that. Might give it a shot. I had found this application a few weeks back but it looks to be unsupported at the moment.

@Foliage, this is only being viewed internally on a TV so nothing is being exposed outside of 192.168.x.x. That and UPNP is off and ports are blocked at my router.
Hey mate,

Lookup MotioneyeOS for the RPI. I run it at home to stream 3 cameras setup at my house. Works fine just make sure the pi has a bit of ventilation cause it gets warm.

You can also install motioneye manually onto raspbian if that's more your thing.

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Old 5th April 2017, 11:02 PM   #2135
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Anyone know the hdd limitations on these, looking to get one and attach an external drive and stream movies to my T.V?

thanks
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Old 6th April 2017, 8:18 AM   #2136
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Anyone know the hdd limitations on these, looking to get one and attach an external drive and stream movies to my T.V?

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It's linux, so whatever the limitation of linux is (lots)
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Old 6th April 2017, 8:50 AM   #2137
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Going to try and talk my schopl into buying some of these. Haha
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Old 27th April 2017, 12:01 PM   #2138
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I'm looking at using a Pi3 B as an sftp box to download from a seedbox to an external usb drive. I'm not as familiar with linux software options, whereas I AM familiar with winscp.

I can buy Exagear desktop for Raspbian, which then can run WINE which then can run winscp, but I'm curious as to whether there is a native linux app that is not strictly command line. I don't mind getting into it slowly, but for the moment I'm on a timer to get about 800GB off my seedbox at 3Mb/s so I'd rather it just worked for 4 weeks.

tl;dr : is there an alternative to filezilla / winscp that I can run on Raspbian's GUI without resorting to Exagear desktop and WINE?
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Old 27th April 2017, 12:12 PM   #2139
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tl;dr : is there an alternative to filezilla / winscp that I can run on Raspbian's GUI without resorting to Exagear desktop and WINE?
Filezilla has a native linux build...

apt-get install filezilla



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That said if the remote end is linux - you should look into using rsync to grab files.. You could have it automatically run and sync the remote and local dirs every x hours.
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That said if the remote end is linux - you should look into using rsync to grab files.. You could have it automatically run and sync the remote and local dirs every x hours.
Ooh cool, I'll try that then. Cheers
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I can buy Exagear desktop for Raspbian, which then can run WINE which then can run winscp
I say this a lot to people, but Linux is not Windows. I know that sounds obvious at first glance, but really, really think about it. You're using a lot of "Windows logic" to fix a Linux workflow issue. They're not the same OS, so don't use the same logic.

Linux has a number of GUI SFTP clients. Any of those are usable (FileZilla is there, but there's dozens of others, some of them built right into the file managers with sftp:// notation built right into the location bar). If you're looking to schedule an SFTP download automatically, script it on the command like with the "sftp" command. No, not as easy as a GUI. Yes, absolutely a fun project worth your time, if for no other reason than to learn a new skill.
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I say this a lot to people, but Linux is not Windows. I know that sounds obvious at first glance, but really, really think about it. You're using a lot of "Windows logic" to fix a Linux workflow issue. They're not the same OS, so don't use the same logic.

Linux has a number of GUI SFTP clients. Any of those are usable (FileZilla is there, but there's dozens of others, some of them built right into the file managers with sftp:// notation built right into the location bar). If you're looking to schedule an SFTP download automatically, script it on the command like with the "sftp" command. No, not as easy as a GUI. Yes, absolutely a fun project worth your time, if for no other reason than to learn a new skill.
I think the biggest problem is being a Microsoft boy since DOS 3, and only brief instances of linux, I'm finding it awfully difficult to adapt to it. I am WANTING to learn, but it is going so slowly. Full immersion is best, but I use Win7 at work, and my kids go to a school that is an MS partner, and they need Windows at home for that, so dumping it entirely isn't an option.

With 50hrs a week at work, and only getting computer time after they're in bed at 8:30, along with needing to spend some time with wife as well, I'm spending my quiet time reading the equivalent of Linux for Dummies, and watching as many youtube vids on the subject as I can. I feel like an idiot. Not giving up, mind you, but it's frustrating.
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With 50hrs a week at work, and only getting computer time after they're in bed at 8:30, along with needing to spend some time with wife as well, I'm spending my quiet time reading the equivalent of Linux for Dummies, and watching as many youtube vids on the subject as I can. I feel like an idiot. Not giving up, mind you, but it's frustrating.
Why do you want to learn it if you don't use it any time in your life?
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Why do you want to learn it if you don't use it any time in your life?
Windows 10, mainly. I know, you can turn all that crap off, but it opened my eyes to the blatant data collection that people are gradually thinking as normal, but 20 years ago would have been exclusively run by regimes like NK or China or USSR. I like my privacy, and Windows, Google, Facebook, Linkedin, etc, don't think I should have any. Heck, I almost installed the Gumtree app on the wife's ipad the other day before I read the privacy statement that said they reserve the right to inspect photos on the device to allow better targetted advertising.

I know I can't stay anonymous, but I'm not going to hand over everything about myself like a lot of people seem cheerful to do. They have to try a bit harder than that.
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