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This will allow you to create a remote webcam for your Raspberry Pi so that you can view it from any computer on the local network. This allowed the camera to stream without a problem. " Motion" module doesn't have permission to save photos/videos.

For this instructable you will need: • Raspberry Pi with an Whezzy Raspbian installed and internet connection established • Webcam (I use PS3 Eye Camera, but it will work with most USB webcams) • IP address on your local network (this can be found with the command $ ifconfig and should be something like: 192.168.1.105) With the service started you can now open a webpage on your normal computer and by going to the IP of the Raspberry pi on port 8081 (in the address bar) you should be able to view your webcam (please note that the one in the picture shows port 8089 as I have set this up in the conf file. Jarrad's solution to give permissions to the directory would probably work if you wanted to store pics/videos. I've been going through so many pages for the past hour because the webcam stopped streaming after a few seconds. I don't know how to give permission so I'm following your route.

The default port is 8081): I hope you have enjoyed this instructable and in the near future I will do a guide to allow you to view your webcam over the internet. I have a logitech c310 which I see in lsusb so I know it's there. Folks, if you want this to work, make sure you got the following settings correct for /etc/motion/motion.conf:output_pictures off (default on)ffmpeg_output_movies off (default on)stream_localhost offdaemon onstream_maxrate 100framerate 100weight xxxheight xxxwebcam_localhost is an outdated variable.

The reason I have this is so I can connect my webcam to the eye piece of my telescope and transmit my astroviews over the web so friends and family can see the galaxy. I finish the instructions and run sudo service motion start.... The new one is now called stream_localhost I think motion is crashing right after it starts- mabe something in your config doesn't match the webcam, like the resolution (called width and height).

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