From: Peter Hemmings <peter@he...> - 2009-02-06 23:35:35
I have just attempted to compile motion via the fc7 rpm and it fails!
Do you have a later rpm/instructions for installing it on a fc9 box please?
I have read the article in LXF, and I'm really interested in getting it
onto my setup.
From: john bray <john@jo...> - 2009-02-13 07:31:18
On Fri, 2009-02-06 at 23:35 +0000, Peter Hemmings wrote:
> I have just attempted to compile motion via the fc7 rpm and it fails!
> Do you have a later rpm/instructions for installing it on a fc9 box please?
> I have read the article in LXF, and I'm really interested in getting it
> onto my setup.
hey peter -
you can download the latest version of motion as a tarball from the
motion wiki site.
do the normal tarball install...
this will install in /usr/local/* area.
cleverly disguised as a responsible adult.
On Friday 13 February 2009 12:04:30 john bray wrote:
> you can download the latest version of motion as a tarball from the
> motion wiki site.
no, i don't need install motion :)
i try to use some code from motion in my program :)
and i need some help with it.
after some ioctl function i have buffer with jpeg picture. this is usualy
jpeg, just without jpeg header (huff tables?). i try generate this header.
i can't found in jpeg library function for generate header for jpeg image, but
i think motion can do that.
can you explain me how or show any docs about his?
ps. sorry for my terrible english...
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