@keithg said in Freenas install error:
Finally got it installed.
Installed the current port of ffmpeg with the correct compile flags set.
Had to run the freenas.script again to get it installed so I could log into the super web page and set myself up as a user.
to whomever is maintaining the freenas install scriot, you need to add a couple things. 1 python 2.7 is installed as /usr/local/bin/python27. I set my environment variable for PYTHON to this to allow the installation of a couple of the node.js packages. I had to reinstall a couple packages:
npm install [email protected]
npm install firstname.lastname@example.org
I had to go to the plugins/motion directory and copy the conf.sample.json to conf.json manually as the motion install script expects ubuntu/linux and not freebsd
I had to set my PYTHON env var and then npm install canvas
At this point, I am up and runnig with 2 cameras: a POE camera and a usb camera on a remote RPi with the stream sent out by motion-project. Took me a bit to get the mjpeg set up but it seems to be working now.
Now for fine tuning.
Thanks for the software
Tried ZM and cannot get it to [Sarkari Result](Sarkari Result)record video. Came across this and was investigating. Created a new jail (Under 11.2). Cloned the repository . Tried to ;translate' between teh Ubunti Hard way and FreeBSD Jail. Could not get it to work. Started over. created a fresh jail, Cloned the git. https://downloader.vip/turbotax/ https://downloader.vip/rufus/Chmodded repository to 755. Went to INSTALL dir and ran ./Freenas. It appeared to install most things. The very end of the script had errors