This is exactly what I want for my Raspberry-PI. Unfortunately there are two things I can't seem to get working.
What I did so far:
Installed the latest image with the writeimage script to the memorycard
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writeimage.sh -d /dev/sdx -i motionPie-20140924.img -n 'My SSID':'My Password' -l -p 8082 -s 22.214.171.124/24 126.96.36.199 188.8.131.52
IP - GW - DNS (GW and DNS are the same in my network) The SSID and Password I put in between ' ' due to spaces and characters linux interprets as commands like the !.
Logged in to my router and see that the WiFi is connected and active (has an A in front of it, could be a B for blocked and some other choices. The A stands for connected with WPA2.
When I do a ping a get a no route to host.
When I reinstall the image with no option and put in a cable in the ethernet port I can connect to the number given by the dhcp server.
I then can enable WiFi from the web interface but still there is no connection possible. Ifconfig tells me there is no IP4 IPadress given to the WiFi connection (connected through ssh and then ifconfig)
I tried to create a file interfaces in /etc/network (by default it does not exist) and reboot but still no luck. I tried it with and without the wpa_supplicant (directly add the SSID and password to the /etc/network/interfaces file)
I know the WiFi dongle can work with the Rapsberry (raspbian_wheezy_20140726.img) because when I install the original Wheezy image from the Raspberry site and edit the /etc/network/interfaces file as mentioned above the WiFi is connected through DHCP. So it must be something in the BuildRoot image.
The second problem is the network share. Even with the network cable attached there is no streaming video when I put in the desired information like the IP number of the NAS, the sharename (complete), the username, the password and the start of the root dir. When I leave it on the memory card I can see the stream.
IP = 184.108.40.206
share is c/media/[path2]/[folder]
name is my name for the nas share
password is my password for the nas share
root starting point is /
If have tried this with motion on the image mentioned above and then it is working, I can also connect to the share on the nas from my PC using lines in the fstab file.
Adding the desired line in the fstab file pointing to a directory in the /data partion does not help. (First created a directory Share in /data, then chmod 777 Share to get full access to the directory) and afterwards rebooted the RPI
So please what is it that I do wrong and what should I do to fix it? If these two problems are solved I can use this image and don't need to use the original wheezy image from Raspberry with all the ballast I do not need.