Content-Type: message/rfc822 From: opengunfus-e@yahoo.com To: motion-user@lists.sourceforge.net Subject: [Motion-user] Recomendation for a new system Date: Sun, 29 Oct 2006 15:36:40 +0000 Content-Type: Multipart/mixed; boundary="NextPart_Webmail_9m3u9jl4l_7989_1162141241_1" --NextPart_Webmail_9m3u9jl4l_7989_1162141241_1 Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="0-1882845760-1162136183=:10003" --0-1882845760-1162136183=:10003 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ascii Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Hi Guys, =0A=0AI am building a camera system for my pharmacy. The ideas is = to use the current system in place and add a couple of extra USB or Analog = cameras.=0A=0AI am building the system from new, using linux (ubuntus most = likely) and motion. I am planning to have a combination of cameras monitori= ng:=0A=0A- 2 or more USB cameras=0A=0A- 4 Cameras connected in a current vi= deo security system (one of those that connects to the TV and slipts the sc= reen in 4)=0A=0A- 2 analog cameras =0A=0AThe computer will pretty much onl= y be doing the monitoring of the cameras (at least I have no other intensio= n for this system as of today). Because I am building the system from new, = I am wondering what you guys can recomend interms of memory, CPU, etcs. So = far I am looking at Intel (I trust intel) Socket 775 MicroATX, with 1Gb of = memory, and a SATA HD of 250Gb, as far as the CPU maybe a Intel Core 2 Duo = E6300 1.86GHz.=0A=0AI am planning to purchase one or 2 of those Channers200= 0 security video card to enable more cameras.=0A=0AI have setup motion in t= he past for my own home usage with a quickcam, so I have some experience in= that area. I am also "a somewhat" advance user of linux, so no problem the= re either.=0A=0A=0ALet me know if you guys have any input.. otherwise.. i w= ill go buy my system in a couple of days and start working on it. =0A=0ATha= nks in advanced guys. =0A=0A --0-1882845760-1162136183=:10003 Content-Type: text/html; charset=ascii Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable
Hi Guys,

I am building a camera system for my = pharmacy. The ideas is to use the current system in place and add a couple = of extra USB or Analog cameras.

I am building the system from new, u= sing linux (ubuntus most likely) and motion. I am planning to have a combin= ation of cameras monitoring:
=0A- 2 or more USB cameras
=0A- 4 Camera= s connected in a current video security system (one of those that connects = to the TV and slipts the screen in 4)
=0A- 2  analog cameras
The computer will pretty much only be doing the monitoring of the cameras= (at least I have no other intension for this system as of today). Because = I am building the system from new, I am wondering what you guys can recomen= d interms of memory, CPU, etcs. So far I am looking at Intel (I trust intel= ) Socket 775 MicroATX, with 1Gb of memory, and a SATA HD of 250Gb, as far a= s the CPU maybe a Intel Core 2 Duo E6300 1.86GHz.

I am planning to p= urchase one or 2 of those Channers2000 security video card to enable more c= ameras.

I have setup motion in the past for my own home usage with a= quickcam, so I have some experience in that area. I am also "a somewhat" a= dvance user of linux, so no problem there either.


Let me know if= you guys have any input.. otherwise.. i will go buy my system in a couple = of days and start working on it.

Thanks in advanced guys.
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