does anyone have the reverse proxy method running with Apache2 on Ubuntu/Debian?
If so, could you provide an example of your relevant file? I would guess it's /etc/apache2/sites-available/000-default-le-ssl.conf?
I tried some examples from the internet-search, but could not get it running.
I also had Shinobi running on Raspberry Pi 3 some time ago, but got my hands on a refurbished laptop, which is more powerful.
Nevertheless, I'm still interested in applying it on the Raspberry.
I would like to know if anybody gets the h264 acceleration of the Raspberry Pi 3 to work.
I just found a description of how to compile ffmpeg with accelleration support. Perhaps you guys might want to check it.
Best regards, Daniel
Yeah. I'm using the built in plugin... I figured since it was built in, it's probably the best all around for performance and effectiveness... but it's not really working very well. I might have my settings all jacked, but I have no idea. Some elaboration here would be great.
I have a problem with this option. In my case it does not show some of the videos recorded. I can only view the videos recorded through the terminal. At first it appeared, but now nothing. Not even when I restart the Shinobi services.
if using ubuntu, type mysql -u root -p and enter password you set for your mysql DB. you will be greeted by mariaDB as shown in the picture. if not then you are having different sql setup.. go to shinobi documentation page and study the "installation the hard way". there it would have mentioned how to install mariaDb. but first search google to completely uninstall your existing mysql. its very important, if your current mysql is not uninstalled properly, MariaDb will throw error while installing.!!(https://www.tecmint.com/install-mariadb-in-ubuntu-and-debian/)
This is easy. Go to the monitor settings and scroll down to "Stream" category. There is an option "Rotate" which you can set to 180 degrees. This will add "-vf transpose=2,transpose=2" to the ffmpeg cmd.
Also many cameras have this option built into their web interface.