Tom_Neverwinter

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  1. The installation tutorial works. The camera for orangepi still is not detected though. it is SCI and not USB. (I am not paying 20$ for each one of the 10 camera systems I already have.
  2. Looks like something changed and this is broken again I'll try and get it up and working this week
  3. sudo wget https://github.com/k...armhf-2.1.0.deb dpkg -i download/v2.1.0/rpi3-machinery-kerberosio-armhf-2.1.0.deb looks like it should be; sudo wget https://github.com/k...armhf-2.1.0.deb dpkg -i rpi3-machinery-kerberosio-armhf-2.1.0.deb we didnt change directories, please also use <> for code, as it will not shorten addresses. I also made it even easier to get those files that are required by kerbereros sudo wget https://github.com/Tom-Neverwinter/kerberosiolibs/raw/master/libavformat.so.56 sudo wget https://github.com/Tom-Neverwinter/kerberosiolibs/blob/master/libcontai
  4. There have been several disjointed tutorials on making a raspberrypi or orangepi into a surveillance camera. So I threw this together to maybe help someone out there with any issues. I used the orangepipc+ but any orangepi board should work as long as it has the basics, internet connectivity, storage, and a camera. (I highly suggest heatsinks as well) any feedback or enhancements to this tutorial are greatly appreciated. ------------------------------------------------------------------ ORANGEPI IPCAMERA ---------------------------------------------------
  5. You are correct. seems my 2A supply was dying, and outputting less amperage. changed it to a new one. The OPIPC+ I attempted to install to emmc fails to boot completely though.
  6. I was testing the orangepi PC+ armbian build 5.20 (Armbian_5.20_Orangepipcplus_Debian_jessie_3.4.112_desktop) when messing with it it seemed to have random reboots. I thought initially it was because it was lacking a heatsink or fan. So I added both and the issue persisted. Thinking maybe if I flashed to emmc it might resolve the issue it froze in emmc install and is effectively softbricked from what I can tell sadly. I also tested a second OPIPC+ but was unable to get it to boot. I tested with multiple new power cables as well.