I am working using Intel Edison with Arduino board.
for video live streaming application.
I am able to ping IP of Edison but unable to see Device page on web browser.
not useful for my case
echo src/gz all http://....
echo src/gz Edison ...
this also not solving my problem
I checked this as well...still no use
any suggestion please. thanks in advance for your suggestions.
Thanks for your interest in the Intel Edison Platform.
When you mean the Device page, are you referring to the image attach below?
If you are, you should know that this status page is not available in the latest image versions. Still, if you are interested in displaying this web page you can flash this old image (http://downloadmirror.intel.com/25028/eng/edison-image-ww25.5-15.zip ) in order to do it.
I will be waiting for your reply, have a great day!
Dear Jose P.
Thank you very much for your help.
yes this what I am expecting ..
when I type the IP of Edison in web browser it is showing "it works".
I am trying to see the live video on web page wireless... can go forward even if it wont show like what you sent ?
You don't need the status page to stream videos in a web page! I recommend you to follow this guide https://github.com/drejkim/edi-cam GitHub - drejkim/edi-cam: Video streaming on Intel Edison , so you can understand better what I'm trying to explain.
We will be awaiting your results, have a nice day!
./install_ffmpeg.shto run the shell script.
what does it mean by "navigate to bin" and "Navigate to
in putty or in pc ?
i am using windows 10
"Navigate" means to access a directory, so when the instruction state to "Navigate to bin", it means to access the bin directory. Please see the image below, in order to understand what I'm trying to explain:
Please let me know if you have any more questions, have a nice day!
Dear Jose P.
I have installed ffmpeg on laptop. but i have
I am not sure with procedure.. could you please tell me how to deal with ffmpeg and node.js
I apologize, maybe I didn't make myself clear you have to access the bin directory inside the edi-cam file, please see the image below, so you can understand better what I'm trying to explain:
If you don't have the edi-cam file remember to use this command: git clone .
I follow the tutorial in GitHub and I manage to view the video stream (See the image below). You should know that all the steps are accurate except the last one "Viewing the video stream". Instead of navigating to http://myedison.local:8080 http://myedison.local:8080, you have navigate to http://youredisonIP:8080 http://youredisonIP:8080, where youredisonIP is the IP address of your Edison, you can see it by using the command: configure_edison --showWiFiIP.
Hope you find this information useful, have a nice day!