When you download the application, the images are already in there, but they’re not sized properly and won’t work well with some GUIs. For me, I would get a green box like so. First off, you will need a program called imagemagick. In an Ubuntu-based Linux, open up your terminal and type in the following command to […]
A day in the life of Bruce. For the Geeks that is motionEyeOS running on a Raspberry Pi 3. There’s a cool feature in motionEyeOS that allows you to timelapse your pictures.
The new Raspberry Pi 3 B + I couldn’t help myself even though I have two other Raspberry Pi 3 B. By the way just so you know if you buy a case make sure it says it’s compatible with Raspberry Pi B + if not you have to do some altering I ordered a […]
If you’re looking for a project for your Raspberry Pi 3 motionEyeos is a fun project. The interface is very user-friendly had it up and running in no time. I have a 500 gig external hard drive connected to the Raspberry Pi 3 where it stores the videos and images and bought a cheap webcam Amazon. One of the […]
Made the jump to KDE Neon User Edition. I’m wanting to say 4 months ago. Had no issues installing everything works out of the box. What I really liked about it was there was nothing really installed as in programs. You get Firefox for the web Okular as your document viewer, VLC For your media player and […]