Install MotionEyeOS on Raspberry Pi

Do you want to turn your Raspberry Pi into a surveillance camera system? The best way to do it is using MotionEyeOS. In this post we’ll show you how to get started with MotionEyeOS on your Raspberry Pi.

What is MotionEyeOS?

MotionEyeOS is a Linux distribution that turns your single-board computer into a video serveillance system. The MotionEyeOS supports the following devices:

  • Raspberry Pi (all versions);
  • Banana Pi;
  • Odroid C1/C1+, Odroid C2, Odroid XU4;
  • Pine A64/A64+.

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Installing Raspbian Lite, Enabling and Connecting with SSH

In this post, I’ll show you how to download and prepare your Raspberry Pi with the latest version of the Raspbian Lite Operating System (OS) and how to establish an SSH communication.

Raspberry Pi and microSD card

The Raspberry Pi is a computer and like any other computer it needs an OS installed.

The Pi doesn’t have built-in memory, so you’ll need a microSD card to install your OS. I recommend using a microSD card class 10 with at least 8GB of memory.

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How to install “Raspbian” on the Raspberry Pi

A lot of our tutorials here on The Pi start the same way – with a link to this one. That’s because a huge number of great Raspberry Pi projects start with installing Raspbian on the Raspberry Pi. Raspbian is the Raspberry Pi’s most popular operating system, a spin off of the Linux distribution Debian that works well on the Raspberry Pi’s hardware.

Raspbian is a competent and versatile operating system that gives your Raspberry Pi all the comforts of a PC: a command line, a browser, and tons of other programs. You can use a Raspberry Pi running Raspbian as a cheap and effective home computer, or you can use it as a springboard and turn your Raspberry Pi into any of countless other functional devices, from wireless access points to retro gaming machines. Here’s how to install Raspbian on the Raspberry Pi.Read More

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