zoneminder_1.22.3-9_i386.deb released

If you've made a patch to quick fix a bug or to add a new feature not yet in the main tree then post it here so others can try it out.
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Re: bau

Post by PeterHoward » Wed Dec 26, 2007 10:11 pm

sergiut2002 wrote:so.. Any chance to see a .deb with ffmpeg support or not? :P read your posts but didn`t understand if yes or no
The answer is hopefully "yes". But I'm removing it altogether as a first step so than noone gets the mistaken impression that what's in there works. Then I try to make it actually work.
Happy new year 2008! :P
And to you (and everyone else watching this thread too).

PJH

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Post by skyking » Sat Jan 05, 2008 3:52 pm

I forgot the HAppy New Year 2008!

I installed this .deb via apt and have it running successfully.
I did the extras from the wiki as needed.
http://www.zoneminder.com/wiki/index.ph ... rom_a_.deb

chmod 4755 /usr/bin/zmfix


In the settings/system I enabled
ZM_OPT_USE_AUTH

and changed

ZM_AUTH_RELAY
to "none"

This fixes the problem outlined here
http://www.zoneminder.com/forums/viewto ... mauthrelay

I found it necessary to manually enable all the cameras for the admin user. Is that the normal behavior, or do I have something else misconfigured?


hardware:
Intel DG965WHMR motherboard
Core2duo E6600
2 GB ram (4 slot board for upgrade possibility)
PV-183 16 port capture card
2x500GB seagate SATA in software RAID1

(11) Sony SSC-M183 B&W cameras
320x240 greyscale
alarm at 10fps

Load is at 0.40

8400 events so far in 21 hours, at a busy nursing facility!

Thank you all for your efforts. Paypal is on the way 8)

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Post by PeterHoward » Sun Jan 06, 2008 11:48 pm

skyking wrote: I found it necessary to manually enable all the cameras for the admin user. Is that the normal behavior, or do I have something else misconfigured?
I hate giving useless replies, but I think I need to for completeness.

Don't know :oops: . Hopefully someone with an idea on this is still following this thread.

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Post by skyking » Mon Jan 07, 2008 5:59 am

your reply was no more useless than the question itself, since it was no biggie to enable the cameras:)
I checked in, the load is at 0.14 when all is quiet, with only one zone getting any motion.
I'll be adding 1 more analog camera, and at least 2 magapixel IP cams.
The system is more than adequate for that, as far as I can tell.
I dialed up the quality to 100 on the capture and display, so I can hurry up and test out the purge when full filter.
I can't get over how well this works. Thanks again all of you.

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How about Plain Xubuntu as a Distro

Post by Secutor » Wed Jan 30, 2008 8:26 pm

On the topic of "which distro" it would seem attractive to me to just use Xubuntu and then apt-get install Zoneminder as a binary resource from the distribution sources. That way one takes advantage of upstream packaging and it's easy to update. Are there drawbacks to this approach?
Thanks.

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Post by Lee Sharp » Thu Jan 31, 2008 6:07 am

The official repos are often slow to update. Other than that, no.

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