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@ccrisan ccrisan released this Jun 22, 2019

What's new:

  • OS: updated to BuildRoot 2019.02.2
  • OS: added experimental RTSP/h264 fast network camera mode
  • OS: Raspberry Pi (all): updated kernel to 4.19
  • OS: Tinkerboard: updated kernel
  • OS: Nano Pi Neo2: updated kernel
  • OS: Odroid C2: updated kernel
  • OS: Orange Pi One: updated kernel to mainline 5.1.9
  • OS: added support for Orange Pi Zero
  • motionEye: added HTTP headers to prevent live streaming frame caching
  • motionEye: removed useless & painful Advanced Settings filter
  • motionEye: Simple MJPEG Camera credentials are no longer embedded into URL
  • motionEye: added support for maximum_threshold and threshold_tune Motion option
  • motionEye: fixed leading/trailing slash issue with Google clean cloud feature
  • motionEye: slider values are now shown while hovered with mouse
Assets 15

note: do not attempt to update to this version automatically if running anything below 20190119! Due to the different partition layout, you'll need to either rewrite the OS image from scratch (recommended) or use the following procedure to manually upgrade your system.

What's new:

  • OS: system configuration files now use uppercase variable names
  • OS: most system configuration files can be provisioned via the boot partition, before any boot, not just the first one
  • OS: added support for Asus Tinkerboard
  • OS: Raspberry Pi (all): updated kernel, firmware & userland
  • OS: added sysctl.conf support
  • OS: added /etc/environment support
  • OS: firmware upgrade mechanism is now more flexible
  • OS: implemented a simple backup restoring init script
  • OS: update Motion to 4.2
  • motionEye: autocapitalization for usernames and passwords is now disabled (thanks @timmo001)
  • motionEye: better masked out area color (thanks @19grad).
  • motionEye: added support for mjpeg:// URLs (thanks @Queuecumber)
  • motionEye: added experimental support for removing old media files from Google Drive (thanks @bob-lee)
  • motionEye: removed compatibility with Motion 3.x
  • motionEye: added support for Motion 4.2
  • motionEye: all V4L2 video controls can now be adjusted from the UI
  • motionEye: added a migration script to help converting from old Motion formats to Motion 4.2 (automatically, upon firmware upgrade)

note: do not attempt to update to this version automatically if running anything below 20190119! Due to the different partition layout, you'll need to either rewrite the OS image from scratch (recommended) or use the following procedure to manually upgrade your system.

Upgrading-From-Versions-Prior-To-20190119

Assets 14
Pre-release

@ccrisan ccrisan released this Apr 15, 2019

note: do not attempt to update to this version automatically if running anything below 20190119! Due to the different partition layout, you'll need to either rewrite the OS image from scratch (recommended) or use the following procedure to manually upgrade your system.

What's new:

  • OS: system configuration files now use uppercase variable names
  • OS: most system configuration files can be provisioned via the boot partition, before any boot, not just the first one
  • OS: added support for Asus Tinkerboard
  • OS: Raspberry Pi (all): updated kernel, firmware & userland
  • OS: added sysctl.conf support
  • OS: added /etc/environment support
  • OS: firmware upgrade mechanism is now more flexible
  • OS: implemented a simple backup restoring init script
  • OS: update Motion to 4.2
  • motionEye: autocapitalization for usernames and passwords is now disabled (thanks @timmo001)
  • motionEye: better masked out area color (thanks @19grad).
  • motionEye: added support for mjpeg:// URLs (thanks @Queuecumber)
  • motionEye: added experimental support for removing old media files from Google Drive (thanks @bob-lee)
  • motionEye: removed compatibility with Motion 3.x
  • motionEye: added support for Motion 4.2
  • motionEye: all V4L2 video controls can now be adjusted from the UI
  • motionEye: added a migration script to help converting from old Motion formats to Motion 4.2 (automatically, upon firmware upgrade)

note: do not attempt to update to this version automatically if running anything below 20190119! Due to the different partition layout, you'll need to either rewrite the OS image from scratch (recommended) or use the following procedure to manually upgrade your system.

Upgrading-From-Versions-Prior-To-20190119

Assets 14

@ccrisan ccrisan released this Jan 19, 2019

What's new:

  • OS: Raspberry PI (all): fixed a nasty stability issue when using the OMX h264 encoder

note: do not attempt to update to this version automatically! Due to the different partition layout, you'll need to either rewrite the OS image from scratch (recommended) or use the following procedure to manually upgrade your system.

Upgrading-From-Versions-Prior-To-20190119

Assets 13
Pre-release

@ccrisan ccrisan released this Dec 9, 2018

note: do not attempt to update to this version automatically! Due to the different partition layout, you'll need to rewrite the OS image from scratch. Using the automatic update mechanism will, at best, fail with an error message.

What's new:

  • OS: actually added the lan951x-led-ctl package which got lost after a recent merge
  • motionEye: fixed Fast Network Camera mode failing to start

note: do not attempt to update to this version automatically! Due to the different partition layout, you'll need to rewrite the OS image from scratch. Using the automatic update mechanism will, at best, fail with an error message.

Assets 13
Pre-release

@ccrisan ccrisan released this Dec 3, 2018

note: do not attempt to update to this version automatically! Due to the different partition layout, you'll need to rewrite the OS image from scratch. Using the automatic update mechanism will, at best, fail with an error message.

What's new:

  • OS: merged in BuildRoot 2018.08
  • OS: added lan951x-led-ctl package
  • OS: renamed bananapi board to bananapim1
  • OS: added support for intelligent panic actions (the system will longer reboots like crazy)
  • OS: added support for Nano PI Neo board
  • OS: increased boot and root partitions size
  • OS: Raspberry Pi (all variants): updated kernel, firmware & userland
  • OS: Raspberry Pi 2, 3: enabled rpi-armmem package
  • OS: Odroid C1: updated kernel
  • OS: Odroid C2: updated kernel
  • OS: Odroid XU4: updated kernel
  • OS: Orange Pi One: updated kernel
  • OS: Pine64: updated kernel

note: do not attempt to update to this version automatically! Due to the different partition layout, you'll need to rewrite the OS image from scratch. Using the automatic update mechanism will, at best, fail with an error message.

Assets 13

@ccrisan ccrisan released this Jun 29, 2018

What's new:

  • motionEye: upload services: fixed incorrect file name when using symlinks for root directory (thanks to @randomstring)
  • motionEye: fixed SMB network shares mounting when using newer versions of cifs-utils package
  • motionEye: fixed 'unmatched' KeyError when listing disks
Assets 12
Pre-release

@ccrisan ccrisan released this Jun 5, 2018

What's new:

  • OS: password encryption algorithm has been switched to md5, preventing limiting the verification to first 8 characters
  • motionEye: fixed a horrible bug where the admin and normal user passwords would be overwritten with five stars
  • motionEye: improved frames layout when fitting frames vertically on mobile devices (thanks to @hobbyquaker)
  • motionEye: fixed in-browser video playback temporary file issue (thanks to @PaulAnnekov)
  • motionEye: default cleanup interval is now 3600 seconds
Assets 12
Apr 14, 2018
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