10-06-2011 05:50 PM
Thanks for the info.
I did a nmap and found a Upnp server running.
I've found an app called djmount, I will let you know how it works.
10-07-2011 02:24 PM - edited 10-07-2011 02:25 PM
Thank you for writing this. I have not purchased an Alert system yet, but this is exactly what I was looking for, and a great starting place for getting videos pushed out to the cloud.
I had an incident at my home yesterday. Nothing was taken (that I can tell) but it sure stinks knowing that stranger(s) let themselves in and explored. Thankfully the police arrived within about 10 minutes.
10-07-2011 02:31 PM
I'm glad I could help, But please don't make any purchasing decisions based on this just yet. The software is still a bit buggy, and I can not guarantee there will ever be a stable release. I would hate for you to make a purchase and never be able to get the support you need.
10-08-2011 07:16 AM
But if you of decide to buy. Please use one of my Amazon links below. I will get a small amount of money for the referral I can use to support further development.
11-05-2011 05:42 PM
I tried to compile it within linux, but I had no success (some upnp.h was missing...) so I now trying to find a way to acess the files on the sd card of each cam within the ip adress...
Do you may have some tips, how to download the recordings?
And some tips, how I may could convert your software with linux?
11-06-2011 04:49 AM
I have never tested it in linux, But It will probablly work, There are three dependencies that need to be installed.
Your distro probablly has packages for Qt and libupnp. You will need to install the dev versions. As for gloox, you may need to downlad the source and compile that one yourself (./configure && make && sudo make install)
As for accessing the recordings on the SD card. There is no way without the Logitecch Alert Commander, or this software
11-06-2011 06:28 AM - edited 11-06-2011 06:30 AM
This is what I did to get it running in ubuntu
Using synaptic package manager I installed the following:
Then downloaded iAlert:
cd ~ && git clone git://github.com/szatmary/iAlert.git
Or, If you already downloaded iAlert, you shoud update to the latest version:
cd ~/iAlert && git pull
then compile and run
cd ~/iAlert && qmake iAlert.pro && make && ./iAlert
The recordings are download and stored at ~/Video/iAlert
11-08-2011 12:18 PM
11-08-2011 12:26 PM
It was pretty easy, The first version I released only took me about 5 hours to write. gloox handles most of the heavy lifting. I Just opend the logitech software and let it run for about 10 minutes with tcpdump running in the background. Then just read the outpput.