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Old 05-01-2004, 08:58 PM   #1
larry.barnes
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Registered: Sep 2003
Location: Dallas, Texas
Distribution: SUSE 9.2, FC3,Vect 5.0 SOHO
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Illegal Seek error from Motion


I am trying to get Motion 3.0.7 running with a Dlink DCs900W wireless webcam. Running on Redhat 9.0 with kernel 2.4.20. I have modified my motion.conf to look at teh correct IP address. I get this error message and the program terminates with no other output. Any words of wisdom appreciated, thanks.

p.s. Yes, I am a NEWBIE and this is the first program I've tried to compile.


[root@Linux-1 motion-3.0.7]# motion
thread0 device: //192.168.0.20/image.jpg input: -1
thread pid: 3510
waiting for threads to finish, pid: 3510
Error getting netcam image: Success
Capture error: Illegal seek
 
  


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