Eye-Fi 4 Linux

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Re: Eye-Fi 4 Linux

Postby hacker on Sat Nov 26, 2011 5:17 am

pdv99@hotmail.com wrote:Hi

I've scanned thro the previous pages and was wondering how close we are to having an app on a ubuntu repository that will host Eye-fi for me: I've a photographer not a developer or script wizard. I've used Eye-fi at work on a windows system, and would like to use it on my Ubuntu 10.04 laptop at home, or when I'm out at events. I'd like to be reasonably sure it will work before shelling out fifty odd quid *yes, dollar=pound pricing is evil) to buy my own eye-fi card as I no longer run windoze at home.


The closest to ubuntu solution I know is https://launchpad.net/eyefi, I believe. I don't know if it provides gui, etc, but it is not in a repository. I have a ppa with iii, but it also has no gui frontend. Also, no linux-based solution will let you get it working without using windos or mac at all — you can only get keys from the official software settings.
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Re: Eye-Fi 4 Linux

Postby uOpt on Fri Mar 23, 2012 8:01 pm

Still having difficulties. I have tried both the Perl and the Python servers, and they are reachable on their respective ports when connecting from laptops on the same wifi. The log on the card indicates a successful join into my wifi network and the IP address is in the appropriate subnet.

Still, the card never makes an attempt to connect to the Linux TCP server. Everything works with the windows software on the computer where I did the initial setup. I turned off the software on windows and the whole windows computer but still no connect to the Linux server.

It is not clear to me how the card is supposed to pick a server on the wifi in the first place. Can somebody confirm or deny whether it is actually scanning all hosts for open port 59278? That sounds excessive, I mean I have a class B network here, that's a lot of scanning to do. But I don't see any setting where to tell the thing where to go. It isn't as stupid as trying to remember from where I set it up, right?

Here is what the log said for the successful upload to windows.

[00:14] WLAN State: Configured^M
[00:14] Received DHCP address 172.16.26.146.^M
[00:17] Scan for pending photos...^M
[00:17] Using resolved IP address 199.192.197.2:80 for server api.eye.fi.^M
[00:17] Scan for pending videos...^M
[00:19] Fetching card settings from server...^M
[00:19] Fetched transfer mode 0xc222 and geo enable 1 from server^M
[00:19] Background listener probe starting...^M
[00:21] Starting scan of media directories...^M
[00:21] Done scanning for new media (detected 35 MB in all media). Uploads pending.^M
[00:21] Scan for pending photos...^M
[00:22] Returning from upload function with error 350 ("/public/DCIM/100EOS7D/IMG_4374.JPG").^M
[00:22] Switched to agent for dynamic path online uploads^M
[00:23] Recovered partial digest from breadcrumb at offset 24651264 (0 to catch up).^M
[00:23] Uploaded 0 bytes at offset 24651264 for "/public/DCIM/100EOS7D/IMG_4374.CR2" as file ID 1 (desktop delivery)...^M
[00:23] Peer response for IMG_4374.CR2.tar was OK.^M
[00:23] Scan for pending videos...^M
[00:35] Uploaded 6310912 bytes at offset 0 for "/public/DCIM/100EOS7D/IMG_4374.JPG" as file ID 2 (desktop delivery)...^M
[00:35] Peer response for IMG_4374.JPG.tar was OK.^M
[00:38] Starting scan of media directories...^M
[00:38] Done scanning for new media (detected 35 MB in all media). Uploads pending.^M
[00:38] Scan for pending photos...^M
[00:38] Scan for pending videos...^M
[00:44] Uploaded 6195200 bytes at offset 0 for "/public/DCIM/100EOS7D/IMG_4375.JPG" as file ID 3 (desktop delivery)...^M
[00:44] Peer response for IMG_4375.JPG.tar was OK.^M
[00:45] Starting scan of media directories...^M
[00:45] Done scanning for new media (detected 35 MB in all media). Uploads pending.^M
[00:45] Scan for pending photos...^M
[00:45] Scan for pending videos...^M


From that it isn't clear either whether the thing uploads to the eye.fi server on the Internet or the local windows machine. It gives neither hostname nor port :(

It's this card: "Eye-Fi Pro X2 8 GB Class 6 SDHC Wireless Flash Memory Card EYE-FI-8PC"
Maybe this one uses a different TCP port or something?

I tried turning direct mode on and direct mode off, no change.
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Re: Eye-Fi 4 Linux

Postby jsun on Sat Mar 24, 2012 2:11 pm

hi uOpt,

In that log snippet, it looks like the card first connected to the server, then found an Eye-Fi agent (either Eye-Fi Helper or your clone server) on the LAN and sent the pics there. "Switched to agent for dynamic path online uploads" is the key line. Too bad it didn't list an IP, I'm not sure why it sometimes omits that. Of course, to find out what happened, just check your computer(s) to see where those particular images arrived. Maybe Eye-Fi Helper was still running on your PC or Mac and uploads were enabled.

If you want to make sure the card only transfers locally and not via the Eye-Fi servers, make sure Relayed Transfers are disabled. In Eye-Fi Center on your PC or Mac, open the card settings and choose Transfer Mode>Relayed Transfers. If there is no check box to disable Relayed, make sure Eye-Fi View, Hotspots, and online sharing for all formats are all disabled.

When the card is looking for the Eye-Fi agent on your LAN (the log mentions probing for listener), I believe it first checks a cached list of one or more IPs it's connected to before, then widens its search to other nearby IPs that may have TCP port 59278 open.

btw, just tried rifec on OS X 10.5.8 and it worked just fine! (once I got all the dependencies installed, of course.)
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Re: Eye-Fi 4 Linux

Postby uOpt on Sun Apr 01, 2012 3:22 pm

The "magic" Windows software doesn't allow me to turn off Relayed Transfer. It simply says it is enabled and there's no dialog box to uncheck it.

I'm pretty sure that's my problem here. When I take the windows machine down it doesn't start looking for the Linux server, it simply goes off to the Interwebz.

ETA LATER:

Allright, just turning off enough stuff makes this work, the checkbox to disable direct mode appears, I can kill it.

However, it is now probing all the wrong hosts:

[00:14] Listener probe starting...
[00:15] Probing for listener at 172.16.29.1:59278.
[00:15] Probing for listener at 172.16.26.142:59278.
[00:18] Probing for listener at 172.16.29.1:59278.
[00:19] Fetching card settings from server...
[00:19] Fetched transfer mode 0x222 and geo enable 0 from server
[00:22] Probing for listener at 172.16.29.1:59278.
[00:22] Probing for listener at 172.16.26.129:59278.
[00:22] Probing for listener at 172.16.26.126:59278.
[00:22] Probing for listener at 172.16.26.124:59278.
[00:25] Probing for listener at 172.16.29.1:59278.
[...]

172.16.29.1 is where the Windows machine was listening.

172.16.26.* is the class C subnet that the eyefi card is on. Except of course I have a class B network here and I set a class B network mask.

Is it possible that this thing is too dumb to get the right network mask?
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Re: Eye-Fi 4 Linux

Postby uOpt on Sun Apr 01, 2012 4:05 pm

Yes, that's it. Thanks so much jsun, things work now.

I had to give the server machine an interface alias in that (what looks like) a class C network, then the card did find it.

So again, the steps I had to do:
  • Server needs an address within the /8 network, regardless of what the netmask is
  • You need to turn direct mode off but you can't directly. You randomly poke around the window software and turn everything off until the option to turn direct mode off appears.
  • I am using the python server. The perl server with my card bails out as follows.
  • I also pinged the card from the computer, dunno whether that made a difference. I know that it doesn't make it work for > /8 network addresses.


Perl server error message:
2012-04-01 22:49:47Z 7286 DEBUG 172.16.26.146:62565 -> POST /api/soap/eyefilm/v1
2012-04-01 22:49:47Z 7208 DEBUG Child 7287 forked, going back to accept()
2012-04-01 22:49:47Z 7286 WARNING Died in request handling: Sorry, I don't know the card with MAC '0018564382a8' at ./rifec.pl line 210
RIFEC::Config::doiknow('RIFEC::Config=HASH(0x2a25610)', '0018564382a8') called at ./rifec.pl line 261
RIFEC::Config::_mac_setting('RIFEC::Config=HASH(0x2a25610)', '0018564382a8', 'name') called at ./rifec.pl line 272
RIFEC::Config::cardname('RIFEC::Config=HASH(0x2a25610)', '0018564382a8') called at ./rifec.pl line 907
RIFEC::Handler::startsession('RIFEC::Handler=HASH(0x1deff08)', 'HASH(0x2dc5a68)') called at ./rifec.pl line 1107
eval {...} called at ./rifec.pl line 1090
RIFEC::Handler::dispatch('RIFEC::Handler=HASH(0x1deff08)', 'HTTP::Request=HASH(0x2aa6058)') called at ./rifec.pl line 1177
main::run_listener() called at ./rifec.pl line 1220
2012-04-01 22:49:48Z 7208 DEBUG Connect from 172.16.30.10:51752
2012-04-01 22:49:48Z 7208 DEBUG Child 7288 forked, going back to accept()
2012-04-01 22:49:50Z 7286 DEBUG Closed connection!
2012-04-01 22:49:51Z 7288 DEBUG Closed connection!


Having said all that, once it works this is a really cool toy.
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Re: Eye-Fi 4 Linux

Postby toffer on Mon Apr 02, 2012 1:42 am

uOpt wrote:2012-04-01 22:49:47Z 7286 WARNING Died in request handling: Sorry, I don't know the card with MAC '0018564382a8' at ./rifec.pl line 210


This usually means that the script can't find a [card] section with a matching MAC address setting (MacAddress=123...) in its config file.

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Re: Eye-Fi 4 Linux

Postby uOpt on Mon Apr 02, 2012 5:06 am

toffer wrote:
uOpt wrote:2012-04-01 22:49:47Z 7286 WARNING Died in request handling: Sorry, I don't know the card with MAC '0018564382a8' at ./rifec.pl line 210


This usually means that the script can't find a [card] section with a matching MAC address setting (MacAddress=123...) in its config file.

Kr.


I thought it's falling through to a default config in that case?

ETA: well apparently not :)
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Re: Eye-Fi 4 Linux

Postby toffer on Mon Apr 02, 2012 7:50 am

uOpt wrote:I thought it's falling through to a default config in that case?

ETA: well apparently not :)


It will default to the destination directory set in the [main] section and such, so there are some fall through cases. However, we need the specific upload key for every card, otherwise it won't talk to us, so some per-card config is required.

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Re: Eye-Fi 4 Linux

Postby Makere on Mon Apr 16, 2012 11:19 pm

Hi, I just got my Pro X2 card.

Did I understand correctly that there's no way to upload to my Ubuntu server over the public Internet, without having a PC to help relay the connection?
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Re: Eye-Fi 4 Linux

Postby cyberhuman on Sat May 12, 2012 11:27 am

Hi all,

I wrote a Perl script to retrieve the upload key from the Eye-Fi server.
Grab it from http://github.com/cyberhuman/eyefiinfo

The usage is simple:
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./eyefiinfo.pl --username login --password password
Last edited by cyberhuman on Tue Jul 23, 2013 7:04 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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Re: Eye-Fi 4 Linux

Postby duke on Tue Jun 05, 2012 12:03 pm

I'm trying to run any Eye-Fi server on QNAP TS259. For now it seems that eyefiserver is the only one able to run on that hardware because of the lack of several Perl, Python and SOAP components (also tried rifec, iii and eyefi-0.2). Eye-Fi card seems to try connecting but there is no any sign of a file transfer attempt.
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[06/05/12 10:32PM][main] - Eye-Fi server started listening on port 59278
[06/05/12 10:34PM][get_request] - Incoming connection from client 192.168.1.111
[06/05/12 10:34PM][do_POST] - POST /api/soap/eyefilm/v1 HTTP/1.1
[06/05/12 10:34PM][do_POST] - Headers received in POST request:
[06/05/12 10:34PM][do_POST] - content-length: 410
[06/05/12 10:34PM][do_POST] - soapaction: "urn:StartSession"
[06/05/12 10:34PM][do_POST] - connection: Close
[06/05/12 10:34PM][do_POST] - accept: text/xml, application/soap
[06/05/12 10:34PM][do_POST] - user-agent: Eye-Fi Card/5.0008
[06/05/12 10:34PM][do_POST] - host: api.eye.fi
[06/05/12 10:34PM][do_POST] - Attempting to read 410 bytes of data
[06/05/12 10:34PM][do_POST] - Finished reading 410 bytes of data
[06/05/12 10:34PM][do_POST] - Got StartSession request
[06/05/12 10:34PM][startSession] - Delegating the XML parsing of startSession postData to EyeFiContentHandler()
[06/05/12 10:34PM][startSession] - Extracted elements: {'transfermode': u'258', 'macaddress': u'00185643a130', 'cnonce': u'0224dc37d4cd657451ace30bf2cf7470', 'transfermodetimestamp': u'1338919728'}
[06/05/12 10:34PM][startSession] - Setting Eye-Fi upload key to c7d48a84c88abea066f87a8cd6259e97
[06/05/12 10:34PM][startSession] - Concatenated credential string (pre MD5): 00185643a1300224dc37d4cd657451ace30bf2cf7470c7d48a84c88abea066f87a8cd6259e97
[06/05/12 10:34PM][do_POST] - StartSession response: ....
[06/05/12 10:34PM][get_request] - Incoming connection from client 192.168.1.111
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Re: Eye-Fi 4 Linux

Postby noromamai on Mon Jun 11, 2012 12:51 pm

I'm trying to get eyefiserver (2.0) to work on my NAS as well, it's a Synology DiskStation. So far everything works, eyefiserver.py starts up without errors. Camera with eyefi card connects to the server, server checks upload key and compares to the one in the ini file, correct, goes on, camera tries to send 3 files, server accepts, once file is received it will do a file digest check and this is where it stops working. somehow the file digest don't match. it spits out an error and tells me to make sure the upload key is correct, which i have checked more than once. does anyone know whether the way the file digest is calculated has changed? eyefiserver is not very new anymore and things may have changed. i am using a SanDisk 8GB+WiFi SDHC Card.
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Re: Eye-Fi 4 Linux

Postby duke on Sat Jun 23, 2012 11:13 am

Eyefiserver2 work fine on QNAP too. I've built the QPKG with eye.fi-clone web interface for that version.
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Re: Eye-Fi 4 Linux

Postby maxchock on Sun Nov 25, 2012 2:02 am

I've tried using the "twistd eyefi" method the whole day, it successful running, listened on the port judging by the log below
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2012-11-25 16:25:33+0800 [-] Log opened.
2012-11-25 16:25:33+0800 [-] twistd 11.0.0 (/usr/bin/python 2.7.2) starting up.
2012-11-25 16:25:33+0800 [-] reactor class: twisted.internet.selectreactor.SelectReactor.
2012-11-25 16:25:33+0800 [-] twisted.web.server.Site starting on 59278
2012-11-25 16:25:33+0800 [-] Starting factory <twisted.web.server.Site instance at 0xa4311cc>
2012-11-25 16:25:33+0800 [-] eyefi server configured and running with cards {u'001856480550': {'run': u'', 'uploadkey': u'4816c4c372e8fc4291f45bbd713c496a', 'geotag_xmp': True, 'date_folders': True, 'flickr_public': False, 'active': True, 'geotag_delete_log': False, 'macaddress': u'001856480550', 'flickr': False, 'name': u'mycard', 'geeqie': False, 'geotag': True, 'folder': u'~/Pictures/FZ150', 'geotag_sidecar': True, 'extract_preview': False, 'date_format': u'%%Y%m%d'}} and actions {u'001856480550': [<eyefi.actions.Geotag object at 0xa43128c>]}
2012-11-25 16:27:58+0800 [HTTPChannel,0,10.1.1.4] StartSession 001856480550
2012-11-25 16:27:58+0800 [HTTPChannel,0,10.1.1.4] 10.1.1.4 - - [25/Nov/2012:08:27:58 +0000] "POST /api/soap/eyefilm/v1 HTTP/1.1" 200 821 "-" "Eye-Fi Card/5.0009"
2012-11-25 16:31:05+0800 [HTTPChannel,2,10.1.1.4] StartSession 001856480550
2012-11-25 16:31:05+0800 [HTTPChannel,2,10.1.1.4] 10.1.1.4 - - [25/Nov/2012:08:31:05 +0000] "POST /api/soap/eyefilm/v1 HTTP/1.1" 200 821 "-" "Eye-Fi Card/5.0009"
2012-11-25 16:35:02+0800 [HTTPChannel,4,10.1.1.4] StartSession 001856480550
2012-11-25 16:35:02+0800 [HTTPChannel,4,10.1.1.4] 10.1.1.4 - - [25/Nov/2012:08:35:01 +0000] "POST /api/soap/eyefilm/v1 HTTP/1.1" 200 819 "-" "Eye-Fi Card/5.0009"
2012-11-25 16:35:02+0800 [HTTPChannel,4,10.1.1.4] GetPhotoStatus 001856480550 P1010506.MP4.tar


but strangely still nothing upload to the folder. I DON'T enable the Relay Transfer mode, but after half and hour waiting after server up, it still doesn't upload any picture.. any idea??

Thanks.
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Re: Eye-Fi 4 Linux

Postby livefoto on Fri Jan 04, 2013 2:25 pm

well after a year with my eyefi card just laying there because i couldnt get it to work on linux i decidet to give it a go...
i tryed with eyefiserver 2,0 and found that i should have a deb, but i couldnt find the deb under thair download page.
then i tryed rifec but rifec tells of a lot of erors and dont work on my ubuntu 12.10 box.

it is 2013 and this thred have been going since 2008 could someone please make a updatet howto that i can folow fron a-z to get it to work.
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Re: Eye-Fi 4 Linux

Postby jedie2 on Sat Jan 19, 2013 1:54 pm

I just want to say here, that i also want the Manager for linux.

IMHO it's ok if the existing manager would be changed, so it's works with wine.

Btw. i use EyeFiServer from nirgal hosted on github as a server. It works fine!
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Re: Eye-Fi 4 Linux

Postby toffer on Sun Feb 10, 2013 1:20 pm

Hi!
livefoto wrote:then i tryed rifec but rifec tells of a lot of erors and dont work on my ubuntu 12.10 box.

What did the error messages say? If the documentation doesn't help, you could try posting the error messages here. Perhaps someone knows how to fix your problem.

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Re: Eye-Fi 4 Linux

Postby FernandoMiguel on Wed Feb 20, 2013 1:15 pm

maybe someone can explain this better to me.
I've setup EyeFiServer from nirgal.
I started the daemon.
but how do i tell the SD to connect there?
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Re: Eye-Fi 4 Linux

Postby cyberhuman on Wed Feb 20, 2013 1:25 pm

FernandoMiguel wrote:maybe someone can explain this better to me.
I've setup EyeFiServer from nirgal.
I started the daemon.
but how do i tell the SD to connect there?

Get the upload key either from settings.xml or using the eyefiinfo utility, then put it into the eyefiserver.conf file.
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Re: Eye-Fi 4 Linux

Postby FernandoMiguel on Wed Feb 20, 2013 1:28 pm

cyberhuman wrote:Get the upload key either from settings.xml or using the eyefiinfo utility, then put it into the eyefiserver.conf file.


that's there already.
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Re: Eye-Fi 4 Linux

Postby FernandoMiguel on Fri Feb 22, 2013 4:54 am

christiank wrote:Bugger me, just found out that the unique key returned by eyefi-config is NOT the upload key.

Sorry to have wasted your time :(


bam!
my exact problem!
how did you ever got around it?
eyefiinfo seems to be failing and my windows VM has nothing in the Settings.xml
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Re: Eye-Fi 4 Linux

Postby tbnorth on Thu Apr 04, 2013 12:13 pm

For anyone trying to run eyefiinfo, the perl script from
github d-o-t com slash cyberhuman slash eyefiinfo
I found that in Ubununtu 12.04 I needed to install there packages:
libxml-bare-perl libtext-formattable-perl libio-prompt-perl libwant-perl
(also installed libterm-prompt-perl and libterm-readkey-perl but I think that was irrelevant)

so now I got the key, and eyefiserver2 is logging connections, but not downloading pictures. Off to try eyefilistener.

(forum software rejects this post without the hyphens in dot - funny :)
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Re: Eye-Fi 4 Linux

Postby toffer on Wed May 08, 2013 1:39 pm

Protocol question: Does anyone know what the upsyncallowed field in the StartSessionResponse actually means? It seems someone is seeing some weird behaviour which is fixed by changing it from false to true, and I really would like to understand what that flag is supposed to do.

Thanks,
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Re: Eye-Fi 4 Linux

Postby elevel on Fri Jan 03, 2014 1:38 pm

Reading through this thread, and spending way too many hours in setting up the card under Linux (Debian) I like to summarize some points that helped me to make it work in the end:

1. Download the eyefiserver deb package and install it (from packages.debianORG - sorry the spam control used by this forum does not allow me to post the actual link :(
2. Bite the bullet and get access to a Windows machine and install and register the card there. (As part of this the Eye-fi firmware will also updated to the latest version, in my case 5.2010.)
3. Make sure your card is ready to be set up under Linux:
a) Only activate basic upload of images, videos and raw files; do NOT activate direct upload or relayed upload or any other features.
b) Take a picture and wait for it to appear on the machine you used for set up, apparently the upload key may only be written to the settings file when the whole procedure is completed once.
c) Do NOT link your card to your tablet or smartphone.
4. Find your unique upload key on the Windows machine (Vista/7/8) by opening the file C:\Users\USERNAME\AppData\Roaming\Eye-Fi\Settings.xml with a text editor.
5. Add the key to the config file on your Linux machine using a text editor (as root) at /etc/eyefiserver.conf ; at this point you can also adjust the other settings as to where pictures should end up on your computer
6. start 'eyefiserver' and pictures should start to be uploaded into your nominated folder
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Re: Eye-Fi 4 Linux

Postby izonian on Sat Apr 19, 2014 1:59 am

Hi thre,
Im new here and was wondering if it is posible to have several PRO X2 cards connect to the linux Eye-Fi server (on a rasberry-pi) at the same time? If so, how many would be posible before running into trouble?
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Re: Eye-Fi 4 Linux

Postby ahinchcliffe on Sat Apr 19, 2014 5:13 am

i have had 3 eyefi cards sending jpgs and raws to a single laptop simultaneously but i did start to see a network backlog the jpgs were 5- 6mb each and the raws were 13 - 16mb each we took something like 1000 images over the evening. i guess if you were sending jpgs only you would have more network bandwidth. eyefi allow 20 cards on one account so i guess this is your limit but the raspberry pi itself maybe more of a bottleneck.
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