MotionEYE OS

  • This has nothing to do with OMV or Docker itself but...


    MotionEye OS supports IP cameras and has "Support for most USB cameras" >> https://github.com/ccrisan/motioneyeos/wiki/Features


    So a docker container is set up fast. Why don´t you just try it? :-)

    I was looking at instruction on installing Motioneye OS in docker/portainer but i found 2 conflicting videos one saying it wont work with USB cameras and one saying it would. This is why i asked in the forum as you guys would know for definate.


    I will try and install Motion eye in docker and see if it works

  • Very few if any of those here who could help you are going to watch a video that shows what the author of the video did, not what you actually did.

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  • Very few if any of those here who could help you are going to watch a video that shows what the author of the video did, not what you actually did.

    I follewed what the auther of the video did step by step. Unless you have a suggestion on a guide i could use that might actully work?

  • Unless you have a suggestion on a guide i could use that might actully work?

    It is docker. You don't have to find a guide specific to OMV. I would use the instructions from the motioneye author - https://github.com/ccrisan/motioneye/wiki/Install-In-Docker.

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  • Very few if any of those here who could help you are going to watch a video that shows what the author of the video did, not what you actually did.

    To make it easier here is what the guide the auther wrote


    "Open Portainer and create a new Stack and then paste the following in:

    Code
    ---
    version: "2"
    services: motioneye: image: ccrisan/motioneye:master-amd64 container_name: motioneye volumes: - /etc/localtime:/etc/localtime:ro #Timezone Config / Do Not Change - /etc/motioneye:/etc/motioneye #Config Storage - /var/lib/motioneye:/var/lib/motioneye #File Storage ports: - 8765:8765 restart: always

    You’ll notice some notes in the “volumes” section that explains what each volume does. You don’t need to change the localtime line, but you’ll want to map the Config and File Storage volumes to your system’s correct locations.

    This is available for desktop and ARM processors. If you want to install this on an ARM processor device, be sure to change the image to:

    Code
    ccrisan/motioneye:master-armhf

    Once you’ve got that, you can click the “Deploy the Container” button and wait for the container to deploy."


    After it has deployed, you can go to http://your-server-address:8765 to login."


    This is as far as i got when i go to the address i get "This page cannot be displayed" when i go and check on the stack it comes up with "no suitable node (unsupported platform on 1 node)"

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