IP Camera Software
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: January 23, 2013
I'm looking for some software that will allow me to do the following:
1 - Connect to IP cameras at various locations (I know how to setup all of the port forwarding and everything - I just need software that doesn't requre to be ran locally
2 - Software that ideally has the ability to record video/do motion capture
3 - Software that has the ability to send out alerts via email or SMS
I have found Windows software that does this quite easily, but I am wondering about some Linux software that is ideally free.
IP Camera Security Software
location: linuxquestions.com - date: August 4, 2004
I would like to know if there is a comparable software to this on Linux:
I need it to have a gui and do all of or close to the things that this product does. Thanks for pointing me in the right direction.
IP Video Camera software
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: November 22, 2012
I am fairly new to Ubuntu and cannot find a piece of software that will help me do what I want. I was hoping someone here can help me (I've searched everywhere, and keep coming up empty). Anyway, I have 2 IP cameras that I would like to be able to capture the images they output every x minutes or so, and then place them in a directory for which they can be accessed via the Apache web server I have running on the same box. Seems easy enough, but I just cannot locate the software I need to do it! If you can help steer me in the right direction, I would be greatly appreciated! Thank you!
Any IP Camera recommendations
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: September 27, 2010
Looking for any IP Wireless recommendations that work well with Ubuntu Server and Zoneminder. I was looking t Foscam but read that it was not compatible with Linux.
The goal is to setup a security camera that works at night as well (IR) and can be viewed through a browser.
Camera software for Granny
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 12, 2008
I built a new computer for my grandmother since her windows box died. Everything is absolutely fine except I need a very easy way for her to get her pictures off of a digi cam that a relative bought for her a couple of years ago. I currently only have experience with digiKam and I know that is way too complected for her.
I need something very simple. I just want her to be able to plug in the cam. Click an icon, then click a button which will prompt for a naming scheme for the pics and then download ALL of them to directory and then delete the pics off of the cam.
Is there something simple like that are ready out there? My other alternative would be to program something up in ruby since I am trying to learn it, although that would probably take me months...
Help with DLink IP Camera
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: October 17, 2012
I have a dlink DCS-930L. I also have two routers, both with dd-wrt. One router is N-band only, the other is G band only.
Everything works fine as long as I'm viewing the webcam (http://10.50.1.107:8080), from the computer that is physically hooked up to the router.
I cannot view the webpage from any other device on my LAN.
My set up looks like this:
------ = cat 5
**** = wireless
PC<---->N-band router(dhcp server)<------>G-band router(AP)<*******>IP Camera
I tried from my wife's laptop, which connects to the N-band router wirelessly, and the webpage won't load.
I tried from my phone, which is connects to the G-band router wirelessly, and the page won't load.
I get no response from ping from any device except for the PC that is physically hooked to the router.
I'm sure it is something very simple like ports need to be opened or forwarded, but I'm at a loss.
It does not matter which router I connect to over wireless, I cannot see it other than from the
IP Camera Daemon? (/w motion DVR?)
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: April 2, 2010
I believe I had a break in attempt today and would like to beef security up in the home. I want to motion sensor up the garage. I currently have some decent horsepower being underutilized as a ClarkConnect router, replacing with Ubuntu and adding some sort of IP Camera daemon. Camera's I was looking at include Linksys WVC80N and some commercial grade Panasonic IP cam's since I know a dealer.
What (OS?/FREE) options are available for the server side?
Hardware is pretty powerful:
Intel Atom with GCLF2 board, 1 GB ram, 120GB 2.5" SATA2 in a Travla case. Dedicated Linksys WAP5500N commercial grade N Access point with POE Gig-e port to wired network. Gig-e copper to an unmanaged netgear switch from the router hardware.
I had two goals in mind, motion detection and notification (For example a rule 9:30AM to 4:00PM M-F motion email notifications)
and an option to upload to the cloud.. then there is no hiding the DVR! Probably need the capacity for one camera, at a max of thr
IP camera data usage within a LAN or a WAN
location: linuxquestions.com - date: October 24, 2012
This may be a dumb question but here goes. I have an IP camera connected wirelessly using my router (via wifi) and I can use it inside my network (LAN). My question would be, when the camera is running and showing images (within my LAN), is my Internet data being used?
The reason I askd this question is because I have a wireless modem and a Verizon account that allows me 10 gigs a month but ever since I hooked up my IP camera, I have used 8 gigs of data in just 4 days and I know I did not use that much data with normal everyday computer use and I do not knowingly keep the video from the IP camera on for long lengths of time on any device. And the video from the IP camera is set for average resolution, average frame rate, etc. And I am using encryption on my router so that nobody is stealing my wifi data.
I suspect that my Kindle's IP camera software (wifi) stays on even when I close the app. Or it could even be the IP software on my iPhone that says on when I close the
Ubuntu Server, best way to locally display video stream from IP camera.
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: February 28, 2011
I'm deploying an Ubuntu server running on an industrial Kontron SBC to provide OpenVPN services and a ZoneMinder (DVR) for 4 IP-based cameras (Axis 219FD) for a remote (geographically speaking) installation of a recycling technology (many IP devices on the subnet, OpenVPN required to talk to all of them securely. The cameras are for quality control and process feedback). On the prototype I currently have in the field, I built an Intel-based server using desktop components purchased from NewEgg; it is running Ubuntu 8.10 desktop (Gnome). This box has a locally-connected monitor that displays the video streams from the 4 IP-based cameras using Firefox (a simple webpage pointed at localhost that displays the mpeg video streams). This has worked reasonably well, but we are having intermittent hardware lock-ups that require reboot. The processors are full throttle running the ZoneMinder application, resolving and recording 4 high-res video streams. I haven't been able to nail down the
looking for ip camera for linux
location: linuxquestions.com - date: April 18, 2011
I am looking for IP camera that is compatible with linux .Do they have a same protocol to use with linux and what is the best free ip camera software in linux.
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