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08:33 <thecha> what is a video4linux dvice?
08:33 <thecha> what is a network camera? a camera that is pluggedinto the router via ethernet?
08:34 <thecha> can you run motion wiht a usb/webcam?
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09:38 <at0m> thecha: motion takes any video input, usb or tuner card (/dev/video*) or net (http:// ftp:// mjpg:// rtsp:// mjpeg:// file://)
09:42 <at0m> thecha: video4linux covers all video devices supported by v4l, like what alsa does for audio. https://linuxtv.org/wiki/index.php/Hardware_device_information
09:51 <thecha> at0m→ i am trying to use motion on my debian based and try to store the data to nas
09:51 <thecha> or to an usb hdd
09:51 <thecha> do you know any tutorial or wiki introducing how to set all this up
09:51 <thecha> i am reading the man pages
09:52 <at0m> thecha: i found /etc/motion/motion.conf pretty self-explicatory
09:52 <thecha> that is the conf file mentioned in the man pages?
09:52 <thecha> with all the options
09:52 <at0m> i guess so
09:52 <at0m> but the motion.conf has most of the defaults
09:53 <thecha> can motion save files encrypted for my pgp key?
09:55 <at0m> haven't tried, but i think on_picture_save is what executes a script on a saved image
09:56 <at0m> there's different triggers for executing strings, see that man page
09:56 <thecha> ty
09:57 <at0m> the man page may look less clear than motion.conf: motion.conf is sorted logically, the manual alphabetically
09:57 <at0m> and motion.conf has sensible defaults
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18:51 <Jorginho> Hello
18:52 <Jorginho> I have a problem with motion in archlinux
18:52 <Jorginho> when I am trying to use an Ip camera with RTSP protocol
18:53 <Jorginho> Motion exit with core dumped
19:00 <Jorginho> https://dpaste.de/ifbp
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21:23 <Criggie> Jorginho: that is weird - a core dump means it crashed hard. Consider running under a debugger like gdb and then create a bug report if you can find more info
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