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  1. Camera type should be motioneye or faster network cam depending what settings you have it set to
  2. It's a gif https://github.com/Epictek/dotfiles/blob/master/wallpaper/wall.gif https://github.com/Epictek/dotfiles/blob/master/scripts/.bin/gifbg.sh Can't remember the source sorry
  3. Like everyone else is saying, just use a more normal distro. I'd suggest Xubuntu/Lubuntu on such old hardware, mint is pretty heavy.
  4. Maybe try a derivative of Ubuntu such as Xubuntu or my personal favourite to recommend ubuntu budgie. How about installing ubuntu server and then installing a GUI on to it such as Gnome? Fedora is also great for a Gnome experience that just werks.
  5. The best option would be PoE, You aren't going to get good battery life out of any battery unless you wanted to hook it up to a car battery but even then you would only get a few days
  6. There is a Free version. Also https://www.easeus.com/backup-utility/copy-and-clone-hard-drive.html
  7. EaseUS Todo worked well for me. https://www.easeus.com/backup-software/
  8. There is no need to, The system partitions are set to read-only so will not corrupt.
  9. Attach a display, see if any errors appear. Maybe look at the log files? Is the Pi cool enough?
  10. There are a lot of options: Linux Deploy: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=ru.meefik.linuxdeploy&hl=en Termux has the best intergration with Android but you will need to install a third party repo https://xeffyr.github.io/termux-x-repository/ or install a distro such as ubuntu in a proot https://github.com/Neo-Oli/termux-ubuntu There is also GNU Root https://www.xda-developers.com/guide-installing-and-running-a-gnulinux-environment-on-any-android-device/ You probably want to use this alongside them: https://play.goo
  11. I'd recommend Void Linux if don't mind a bit of a challange (assuming you are a beginner). It is easier to install than Arch as it has a install script. Void also uses runit instead of SystemD making the Distro a lot more minimal and slightly faster. The ISO is only 324 MB compared to arch which is 571 MB.
  12. In the Expert Settings section of the settings panel you will find a few log files, could you share them with hastebin, preferably after you get the error. Also maybe make an issue in the github repo. https://github.com/ccrisan/motioneyeos/wiki/Reporting-An-Issue Hmm this is very confusing, unless something has changed with motoneyeos since I last used it you shouldn't be seeing the file storage system of the camera, are you sure you are accessing the corret motioneye host? Also the connecting to the windows share sounds a bit unnecessary you should probably save locally to
  13. Are you using the Pi as a hub? Have you tried portforwarding port 80? https://github.com/ccrisan/motioneyeos/blob/master/board/common/overlay/etc/motioneye.conf shows the default port as port 80
  14. The Pi should be set as fast network cam and recording should be done on the hub itself.
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