Version 3.0.3 released

Version 3.0.3 has been released, the following are new features:

  • Ubuntu 20.04 (focal) LTS support
  • ONVIF discovery of IP cameras
  • Auto-configure RTSP paths using ONVIF
  • ONVIF motion detection (schedule must be set to ‘trigger’ instead of motion)
  • Webhooks
  • Updated playback screen layout

Well done…thx for all the hard work…
Since i run it (ver 2.8.8) on the NAS with debian jessie, i was wondering if you will port it down to that level…

THx for any info!!

Sorry…Jessie is pretty old and we no longer support it in v3. Can you run docker on the NAS and use docker compose?

To be honest…i have to check out docker first…cant say right now.
What’s the lowest support version?

Debian 9 (stretch)

Thanks

I’ve just installed v2.8.8 using the link on the v3.0.3 announcement page. I had intended to install v3.0.3. Can mine be upgraded? If it’s a wipe and load, where do I get the correct installation package?
I’m using Ubuntu 18.04 server

Sorry about that, try this command:

wget -q https://dl.bluecherrydvr.com/key/bluecherry.asc -O- | apt-key add -
wget --output-document=/etc/apt/sources.list.d/bluecherry-bionic.list http://unstable.bluecherrydvr.com/sources.list.d/bluecherry-bionic.list
apt -y update
apt -y install bluecherry
systemctl restart bluecherry

It is not a wipe and load, you should be able upgrade without any issues.

Thanks Curtis

Worked like a charm.

Unfortunately, now my camera feeds don’t work. I had three cameras working in LiveView in 2.8.8 but now they’re not. Can you offer any clues as to where I should start troubleshooting?

Try turning off vaapi in Settings