Hi,btidey wrote:I have had a go with Jessie and got it to work.jussi24 wrote:I'm not sure if that combination works. Raspimjpeg makes use of the officially added tools/kernel drivers in raspbian for the camera/GPU, as far as I know. I didn't hear about experiences concerning raspimjpeg on top of other linux distributions until now.bonzadog wrote:Thank you for that tip.
Just one more thing I have just loaded the new Debian Jessie
and want to try that with RPi Cam Web.
I assume that will work on the Rpis B, B+ and 2.
There are some changes that will need some installer work to make it easy. These are primarily due to changes on the Apache side and also to the www-data user set up. Apache now has a default web file location of /var/www/html and the www-data has nologin set up. Also the default Apache site-locations file has changed.
To make it work I set the subdirectory in the install to html to make it compatible with the Apache default. I then edited the /etc/passwd file
I then separately installed libav-tools
sudo apt-get install libav-tools
With these changes it seems to be working OK
Edit: Made a few changes to installer which should help with Jessie installs
Edit1: Reverted those changes which weren't working
I tried this but when starting it to run, it coments "/bin/bash cannot be executed.
How can this be fixer?