Todd W. Bucy
todd at bucy-medrano.me
Wed Oct 24 19:26:30 CDT 2012
We are currently using a DiBos system, believe it or not the
use embedded winXP and of course it needs to restarted at least twice a
week, has a clunky interface and is a general piece of grade A crap. That
said I have a Core2 Duo with 8 gigs of ram and 2 tera in a raid10/lvm
configuration. I have 16 cameras but would like to add more so I was
looking at the the PV155 or the pv981. I don't have a lot of time to get
it built so I was considering going with the Bluecherry software suite or
with Zonemider via .deb.
On Wed, Oct 24, 2012 at 3:24 PM, Don Davis <dondavis at reglue.org> wrote:
> Bluecherry looks pretty reliable. Most BT787 cards (and others) should
> work with most kernels with no problems.
> I had worked through setting up a few boxes with ZM using the source not
> .deb. I didn't remember any problems, but recently after a couple years
> of not doing anything with it I was going to set a box up for a friend
> and just didn't have time. [Note - I'm _very_ short on time.] I suspect
> if you have a day or a weekend it should be no problem.
> I have an LML card that's high quality, that I'm not using. Also I have
> another card. I have 1 really nice camera (infrared) & 1 $100 infrared &
> 1 other that I'm not using if you'd like to make an offer off list. I
> actually have an entire rig for ZM that I just never sold. Processor is
> nothing fancy but the MB is ASUS industry quality I believe.
> On 10/24/2012 02:45 PM, Todd W. Bucy wrote:
> > I am getting ready to build a new camera/DVR server at work and was
> > wondering if anyone had any experience with the hardware and software
> > Bluecherry (http://store.bluecherry.net/). I am most likely going to
> do a
> > Zoneminder setup but I am considering spending the money for the
> > software if its worth it. Does anybody have nay experience with this
> > hardware or software suite?
> > thanks
> > Todd
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