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raspberry:streaming_client [2019/02/14 09:28]
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raspberry:streaming_client [2019/02/16 19:29] (current)
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 ===== Streaming Client ===== ===== Streaming Client =====
  
 +==== W3M ====
 To run a stream in a terminal of a Raspberry Pi one can use the [[http://​w3m.sourceforge.net/​|W3M]] browser.\\ To run a stream in a terminal of a Raspberry Pi one can use the [[http://​w3m.sourceforge.net/​|W3M]] browser.\\
 Just start the Raspberry Pi to the console and run W3M with your web address.\\ Just start the Raspberry Pi to the console and run W3M with your web address.\\
  
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-==== Installation ​====+=== Installation ===
  
   $ sudo apt-get update   $ sudo apt-get update
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-==== Run ====+=== Run ===
   $ w3m http://​dernulleffekt.de   $ w3m http://​dernulleffekt.de
  
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-==== Shortcuts ​====+=== Shortcuts ===
    ​Back ​     Shift-B    ​Back ​     Shift-B
    New URL   ​Shift-U    New URL   ​Shift-U
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-===== Autostart W3m =====+=== Autostart W3m ===
  
 To run a w3n on your Raspberry Pi at startup is to modify the .bashrc ​ file. With the .bashrc method, your python program will run on boot and also every time when a new terminal is opened, or when a new SSH connection is made. Put your command at the bottom of ‘/​home/​pi/​.bashrc’. The program can be aborted with ‘ctrl-c’ while it is running! To run a w3n on your Raspberry Pi at startup is to modify the .bashrc ​ file. With the .bashrc method, your python program will run on boot and also every time when a new terminal is opened, or when a new SSH connection is made. Put your command at the bottom of ‘/​home/​pi/​.bashrc’. The program can be aborted with ‘ctrl-c’ while it is running!
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 +==== VLC ====
  
 +   $ apt-get install vlc
 +   $ cvlc http://​raspberrypi:​8080/​stream/​video.h264 --demux h264
  
 +[[http://​raspberrypi.tomasgreno.cz/​streaming-with-vlc.html]]\\
 +[[https://​www.linux-projects.org/​uv4l/​tutorials/​streaming-server/​]]\\
  
 ==== Links ==== ==== Links ====