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http://192.168.1.XXX/videostream.cgi?user=XXXXX&pwd=XXXXXXWould work in the browser,
cd /mntWhatever you want to call the directory
sudo mkdir XXXX
sudo mount -t NTFS /dev/sdXY mnt/XXXX
/videostream.cgi?TCP port is 80 which is the default of the camera and I've also checked the settings on the camera which show port 80
s = "GET "+fix_path+" HTTP/1.0\r\n"
s+= "Accept: */*\r\n"
if(buff.length() == 0)
recv = recv + buff
if (recv=~ /^HTTP[^\r\n]+200\sOK.+?\r\n\r\n(.+)$/m)
system("/usr/bin/convert "+fileName+".jpg "+fileName+".png");
img = imageFile.read(size);
Have you disabled the included network configuration application in PadOrbiter?No, The network configuration app came up and I hit cancel, then went to the terminal to setup the network. Is that all?
Have you 'restarted networking at boot' as is recommended in the 2nd post of the ubuntu thread you referenced?Yes, restarted, The webdt connects up, picks up an IP address 192.168.80.100 which is in the range for non-pluto stuff (mine is 100 to 150)
Do you have a core up and running with an Access Point on lmce's internal network?
Have you set the PadOrbiter for DHCP (on the core's internal network)?