Ivideon for Linux (old version)

Ivideon software for Linux

Attention! This version of Ivideon for Linux is out of date. It still works, we still support it, and you can download and install it. But we do not develop it any longer, and it lacks all new Ivideon Server features — like motion detector zone configuration, PTZ, archive recording schedule, etc. We strongly recommend to use it only if you really need to work with your Ivideon Server via LAN (using its web interface).

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This version of Ivideon Server was used in our corporate projects. You can download Ivideon for Ubuntu and Debian Linux from our open repository.

With Ivideon for Linux you can:

  • Access video from your cameras over the Internet via your Ivideon account;
  • Watch video via LAN using the web interface.

Installation

Please note

We use these packages to build machines with pre-installed Ivideon software for our corporate projectes. During the installation it changes the Apache configuration (Ivideon web interface becomes a default website).

Installation

To install Ivideon on your Linux machine using our open repository follow these steps:

1

Execute the following commands:

$ sudo wget http://packages.ivideon.com/public/keys/ivideon.list -O /etc/apt/sources.list.d/ivideon.list

$ wget -O - http://packages.ivideon.com/public/keys/ivideon.key | sudo apt-key add -

$ sudo apt-get update

$ sudo apt-get install ivideon-server

2

Open the IP address of the machine on which you have installed Ivideon in your browser (if you installed it on the local machine it would be http://127.0.0.1).
Ivideon web interface will appear.

3

Log into the web interface using the default password — 123456.

Please note that by default the video archive is disabled. To enable it:

  • Create a folder for archive video files;
  • Enable video archive via Ivideon web interface (Settings > Video Archive Settings).

Minimal system requirements

  • CPU: Intel® Atom™ Processor
  • RAM: 512 Mb
  • HDD: 2Gb for the operating system plus 11 Gb per day for the video archive from 1 camera which does not have a motion detector (with bitrate below 1 Mbit).

Operating system requirements

Ivideon software for Linux was tested on Debian GNU/Linux i386 version 6.0.3 (squeeze). Proper work on other operating systems is not guaranteed.