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Seafile. Caméra de surveillance à base d’un Raspberry PI | Ramzi AID. Il y a de cela quelques mois, je cherchais à installer un système de vidéo surveillance au bureau de mon père, j’ai donc trouvé des caméras IP pas trop chers sur le net. l’inconvénient est que ces cameras ne sont pas forcement compatibles avec les systèmes GNU/Linux.

Certaines fournissaient des logiciel (qui ne fonctionnent que sous Wndows), d’autres des interfaces web, pratique pour visualiser mais aucunes ne proposait de sauvegarder le flux dans des fichiers. C’est là que m’est venu l’idée et l’envie de bidouiller mon Raspberry pour en faire une caméra de surveillance. Vous avez un Raspberry PI(RPI), sa caméra et vous voulez fabriquer un système de vidéo surveillance pas cher? Un Raspberry Pi.Une caméra du RPi.Une alimentation 5 volts avec une micro USB pour le RPI.Une carte SD pour l’OS du RPI (raspian).Un accès au réseau local (Câble Ethernet ou dongle WiFi).Une caméra factice qui puisse contenir le RPI et sa caméra. unzip surveillance.zipcd surveillancesudo . sudo vim /usr/bin/camera.

Une caméra de surveillance vidéo avec le Raspberry Pi. C’est un projet de Christoph BUENGER. Bien documenté et décrit en détail, ce projet propose la réalisation d’une caméra de vidéosurveillance à base de Raspberry Pi. L’objectif de Christoph est de réaliser une caméra qui se déclenche si elle détecte un mouvement. Le prix doit rester raisonnable (d’où l’utilisation de la framboise314) et le flux vidéo est diffusé sur un PC ou sur un smartphone. Attention Ce tutoriel date de début 2014… il fonctionne sous Raspbian Wheezy. Depuis bien des choses ont changé. Attendez vous à des surprises si vous êtes sous Jessie ! Je vous propose la traduction de cet article, pour permettre aux francophones de bénéficier de cette réalisation de Christoph. D’autre part si vous souhaitez recevoir un mail en cas de détection, vous pouvez lire cet article qui complète bien la caméra de surveillance : Tout compris, vous devriez tourner à moins de100€. Raspberry Pi as low-cost HD surveillance camera : Installing the motion detection software.

A very good (and free open-source) motion detection/surveillance software with many configuration options is motion. We now need to install it using the command line (log in to your raspberry as user "pi"): sudo apt-get install motion Some packages will be installed in the installation process; just type "y" to proceed with the installation. As the current version of motion does not (yet) support the Raspberry camera module, we need to download and install a special build with support for this camera module. cd /tmp sudo apt-get install -y libjpeg62 libjpeg62-dev libavformat53 libavformat-dev libavcodec53 libavcodec-dev libavutil51 libavutil-dev libc6-dev zlib1g-dev libmysqlclient18 libmysqlclient-dev libpq5 libpq-dev wget And now you need to unpack the downloaded file to the /tmp directory: tar zxvf motion-mmal.tar.gz After this unzipping, you now need to update your installed motion with the downloaded build: daemon on framerate 2.

Setting up Wireless motion-detect cam | rbnrpi. Rpi USB check-list. Getting Started With Pi-Face - Start Pi. Postgres. Raspberry Pi: the Perfect Home Server. Ever since the announcement of the Raspberry Pi, sites all across the Internet have offered lots of interesting and challenging uses for this exciting device. Although all of those ideas are great, the most obvious and perhaps least glamorous use for the Raspberry Pi (RPi) is creating your perfect home server.

If you've got several different computers in need of a consistent and automated backup strategy, the RPi can do that. If you have music and video you'd like to be able to access from almost any screen in the house, the RPi can make that happen too. Maybe you have a printer or two you'd like to share with everyone easily? The Raspberry Pi can fill all those needs with a minimal investment in hardware and time. Raspberry Pi Benefits Low cost: for $35, the RPi model B is nearly a complete computer with 512MB of RAM, 100Mb Ethernet, an SD card slot, two USB ports, audio out and HDMI or RCA video out. Figure 1. Arranging the Hardware Installing the Operating System. Playing music on a Raspberry Pi using UPnP and DLNA (revisited) | Stephen C Phillips. A music system with a Raspberry Pi plugged in to an amplifier playing music that you choose with your mobile phone. The music can come from MP3s on your phone, from files on your server or from internet radio stations.

If there’s more than one Android phone in your household you can have them all synchronised, showing the same playlist and controlling the same music. If you have multiple Raspberry Pis you can put one in each room and choose which one to play the music with. This is all achieved with free software and open standards. With any luck your initial outlay will only be about £45. My earlier post about getting Raspberry Pis to play music using your phone or phones as the controller has been very popular. The one essential thing is to get gmrender-resurrect (also known as GMediaRenderer, gmrenderer, gmrender, …) installed and working. Installing the Operating System Get the Raspebrry Pi on the network This is one of the more involved parts, which I wrote about last time. RPi VerifiedPeripherals. Back to the Hub. Hardware & Peripherals: Hardware and Hardware History. Low-level Peripherals and Expansion Boards. Screens, Cases and Other Peripherals.

A note about this page: For USB devices, please specify if they required a powered hub Notes 19-Apr-2012: Now that the Model B board is shipping, details added should relate to this board and the default Debian distribution unless stated otherwise. (A) - Relates to model A production board (B) - Relates to model B production board (!) Discuss: If you are adding to a product list it would help clarity if entries are kept/added in alphabetical order. Power Usage Notes Model B Hardware Revisions and USB Power limitsHardware Revision 1.0 The original Model B board had current limiting polyfuses which limited the power output of each USB port to approximately 100 mA. Linux Driver Issues Powered USB Hubs This section has been moved to a separate page.

USB Remotes USB Keyboards USB Mouse devices USB Real Time Clocks. Raspberry Pi Supercomputer Guide Steps. Return to View video at: Prof Simon Cox Computational Engineering and Design Research Group Faculty of Engineering and the Environment University of Southampton, SO17 1BJ, UK. V0.2: 8th September 2012 V0.3: 30th November 2012 [Updated with less direct linking to MPICH2 downloads] V0.4: 9th January 2013 [Updated step 33] First steps to get machine up 1. I originally used: 2012-08-16-wheezy-raspbian.zip Updated 30/11/12: 2012-10-28-wheezy-raspbian.zip My advice is to to check the downloads page on raspberrypi.org and use the latest version. 2.

You will use the “Write” option to put the image from the disk to your card 3. 4. . $ sudo raspi-config 5. . $ passwd 6. . $ exit 7. 8. . $ sudo apt-get update 9. Raspberry Pi Team Launches Pi Store. Raspberry Pi Home Server « Raspberry Pi Home Server. Everyday Linux User: Everyday Linux User Guide To Setting Up The Raspberry PI. Introduction If you are reading this article then it is highly likely that you have bought a Raspberry PI or you are thinking about buying a Raspberry PI. This is essentially a setup guide for the Raspberry PI for the ordinary person. There are lots of other Raspberry PI guides on the internet but this guide really is for the layman setting up the Raspberry PI for the first time.

What you will need Depending on where you bought your Raspberry PI you may or may not already have some or all of the items you need but you will almost certainly have received the Raspberry PI unit and a power cable. (Mobile Phone Style Power Supply). The Raspberry PI comes with 2 USB Ports but it is worth investing in a powered USB hub. To display the output of from the Raspberry PI you will need a monitor or TV. You will need input devices to communicate with the Raspberry PI. Finally but most importantly you will need an SDHC card as this will be used to store the operating system. Downloading Raspbian Windows. The MagPi. Raspbian flavor: RaspRazor. Okay, this time it works almost perfectly for me. I like the the configuration menu where you can choose to enable SSH, etc. Still two minor issues though: 1. Now every time it boots it gives a warning on mount point '/squashfs' not exist.2.

I resized up my partition through the configuration menu. Looked in the /etc/init.d/resizefs_once and saw that very script itself should have been removed after the first run. Maybe this was caused by my resizing the partition through the configuration menu? Anyway, now it boots perfectly and I can work from the comfort of my big monitor instead of looking hard on the CRT 480i screen. Thanks a bunch! Max wrote: jadecolour wrote:I've tried it and did not work for me, I used the following command to format my SD card$mkdosfs /dev/sdb -F16 -I. Occidentalis v0.2 | Adafruit Raspberry Pi Educational Linux Distro. This is our second distro, Occidentalis v0.2. Rubus occidentalis is the black raspberry.

It is derived from Raspbian Wheezy August 16 2012 We have made a few key changes to make it more hardware-hacker friendly! Version 0.2 updates (new!) Truncated image - only 2.6G now to fit on any 4G cardraspi-config notice retained on bootRemoved persistant wlan0 entryPassword-change reminder on loginAdded RTC and lm-sensors kernel moduleIncluded kernel modules for: DS1307, AD525x I2C digipots, HMC6352, BMP085, ADS1015New! Adafruit's PWM/Servo kernel module for easy PWM/Servo control on GPIO#18Version 0.1 updates (still included)Please keep in mind, we are not full time linux distro maintainers - we will try to fix any bugs we find but this distro is not for beginners or people who are new to linux! Click below to download the ZIP file:Adafruit Raspberry Pi Educational Distro - Occidentalis v0.2 !

You will also need a SD or MicroSD card writer to burn the image on. New Features in v0.2! Smaller Image. I2C and the Raspberry Pi | Chris's Digital Realm. Well I2C was the obvious next candidate for a driver. Another active Raspberry Pi coder, Frank Buss, wrote some nice driver code but sadly didn’t integrate it with Linux’s own i2c driver framework. It worked, though not as I wanted it. He did the hard work. I then took his code (with his permission of course) and wrote a Linux i2c driver for it today. This tree contains the latest SPI and I2C code. Build a kernel from my tree with CONFIG_I2C_BCM2708=m.Boot your new kernel. When your kernel boots, you should see something like this in dmesg: [Â Â 61.322300] i2c i2c-0: adapter [bcm2708_i2c.0] registered [Â Â 61.329530] bcm2708_i2c bcm2708_i2c.0: BSC0 Controller at 0x20205000 (irq 79) [Â Â 61.341100] i2c i2c-1: adapter [bcm2708_i2c.1] registered [Â Â 61.347581] bcm2708_i2c bcm2708_i2c.1: BSC1 Controller at 0x20804000 (irq 79) I have a TI TMP102 attached to my Raspberry Pi, so I used it like this: And again with a Maxim DS1307 RTC: Enjoy!

Brian's Life: Getting SPI working on the Raspberry Pi. So one of the phases in my project is connecting the Raspberry Pi to a micro-controller that has many Pulse Width Modulation (PWM) signals. Since the Raspberry doesn't have the number of PWM signals I need to control i'm going to do so through SPI. This post is the 'how to' on getting your SPI signals outputting from your Raspberry Pi.

More blogs to come later to show you more details. INSTALL First you'll need to download the beta "Wheezy" debian package from here. Then follow the normal instructions for installing it to your board. Once you have installed it and booted up for the second time i ran some updates (That took hours!!) Sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get upgrade SPI BACKGROUND While that is updating lets talk a little bit of SPI background knowledge is needed in order to get this working. SS - Slave Select (Beagleboard community calles this Chip Select (CS)) MOSI - Master Out Slave In MISO - Master In Slave Out CLK - Clock sudo apt-get install git sudo rpi-update nano spidev_test.c.

Sneak Peek: Adafruit Raspberry Pi WebIDE. September 19, 2012 AT 2:14 pm We love the Raspberry Pi. This tiny computer has so much potential for makers, and it is offered at an extremely reasonable price. The one thing we didn’t like about the Pi is how inaccesible it is to those who are new to Linux. So, the tiny team that brought you the Adafruit Learning System set out to develop our own way to open up the Raspberry Pi for everyone. As the name suggests, the Raspberry Pi WebIDE is entirely web based.

We have also included a built-in terminal so you can listen to, and talk directly with your Raspberry Pi. We have so many cool things planned for the WebIDE, and expect to have plenty of updates (especially at the beginning). Like I said, this is just a sneak peek, and covers only a few of it’s many features. Stay tuned to the Adafruit blog for more updates. Related Sorry, the comment form is closed at this time. Installing OpenELEC on Raspberry Pi - OpenELEC Wiki. This is for users with a Linux computer. Installing OpenELEC for Raspberry Pi from a Linux computer is a very simple process and whether you're new to Linux or a hardened *NIX user, you shouldn't have any problems.

A computer (your normal PC) A Raspberry Pi Media to install to (SD card) Safely remove your SD card and place it in your Raspberry Pi Connect the RPi to your display, plug in the ethernet cable and power it on. Username: root password: openelec Note that if you do not have a USB input device you can enable XBMC Wifi remote access (via Android/iOS etc) by editing the XBMC config files directly, turn on the XBMC webserver and set a username/password in ~/.xbmc/userdata/guisettings.xml. Raspberry Pi CASE 1.0 by MarcoA on Shapeways. My case for Raspberry Pi computer. To be assembled with the "LED lightguide" model nr. 486757 ( This is the case everyone is talking about!

;) Features: snap-fit fixing system for the board, easy to mount/unmount; snap-fit closing system, no screw required; bottom holes for blocking the computer by screws (sliding mount); led lightguides (not included in this model, available here: ); pre-shaped hole for GPIO access, just cut it out to open. In this page you can find a gallery of shots working cases by enthusiast users! Cm: 9.422 w x 6.222 d x 3.4 h in: 3.709 w x 2.45 d x 1.339 h. Raspberry_Pi. Achetez Kits de développement pour processeurs et microcontrôleurs sur rswww.fr, livraison gratuite le lendemain.

Berryboot [BerryTerminal] Tutorial: How to use your Raspberry Pi like an Arduino | Limina.Log. Raspberry.