Current version: 1.3
(Nov 30th, 2006)
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grabframe (1.2; i386 .deb)
grabframe (1.3; amd64 .deb)
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You're here either to look at the webcam, which is up at the top of the page, or to download the software I use to run the webcam, which is named Lluzhionne. The download links're also at the top of the page. Lluzhionne is written in perl and works on Linux; depending on cameras used, it should be possible to run it on other POSIXish OSes.
Lluzhionne 1.3 builds on amd64 systems (tested using Debian Unstable and a PWC webcam.) - however, since chunks of grabframe are in i386 assembler, you will need to export CC='gcc -m32' to build it and you will need 32-bit app support. Grabframe also had to ignore several ioctl errors on amd64; I don't know yet if these have any significance, but suspect that the 64-bit ioctl structs are different than the 32-bit ones. Please let me know of any bugs. Grabframe 1.2/i386 is still up for i386 systems.
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