UPDATE 11-FEB-2017: Version 2.2.0 is released: now including video recording in stead of only images and also a privacy option to black out areas that may not be filmed.
Kerberos.io (link) is a relative new video surveillance program focusing mainly on the Raspberry Pi. In collaboration with the owner of the github project I managed to get it working on my Orange Pi Plus and PCDuino3 nano using Armbian (Debian Jessie) and a Logitech UVC compatible USB webcam. It consists of 2 modules: the Machinery module and Web module. The machinery module was very Raspberry Pi specific, but is now updated and can also run with very little extra effort on Armbian. The Web module runs without any modification.
Follow the instructions below and you should be able to install or compile it. Kerberos.io is very fast and has a modern interface. Furthermore it is (IMHO) a very nice alternative for zoneminder and motion.It also provides a videostream on a webpage.
Follow the instructions below and share your comments, ideas etc.
Method 1 (easy) - Install on Armbian Debian Jessie.
Follow the instructions on the dedicated Armbian page (link). Here you will find an Armbian precompiled .deb armhf package. Further installation / configuration options can be found on the Kerberios.io webpages.
Method 2 (advanced) - Compiling the machinery and web module on Armbian Debian Jessie.
Install the following packages: sudo apt-get install pkg-config libavcodec-dev libavformat-dev libswscale-dev
Follow the instructions on this page (link). Further installation / configuration options can be found on the Kerberios.io webpages.
In all cases: please note that you must alter the camera configuration: default it comes with the Raspberry Pi camera that you probably won't have!