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Problem setting up RaspberryPi Webcam for Octoprint... ADAFruit Image and hack

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Hi

i spent the hole afternoon today to set up the Raspberry Pi

i used this guide, because i bought also the small touch display....

https://learn.adafruit.com/3-dot-5-pitft-octoprint-rig/software

https://github.com/foosel/OctoPrint/wiki/Setup-on-a-Raspberry-Pi-running-Raspbian

so on windows i use the putty tool....... everything work fine.... but not the webcam....

 

Set UP is ok, i did everything as in the video....

when i write this in firefox with my ip   stream: http://:8080/?action=stream i got a pic/stream.... but ssh is still with putty tool connected to the pi.

if i do a reboot, no connection anymore, with the adresse.... also if i copy this in the octopi setting, i still dont get any connections....

can anybody help me?

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