Re: sudo apt-get install ambeserver

Kenny Richards

There really isn't any configuration files, you just need to start it from the command line. This is the command I use to start it on my server at home, with a ThumbDV. I don't have the PiDV running at the moment, but the start up is similar (just point to the correct device). 

At some point I should create a systemd file to-do this automatically and I should also create a pull request for the changes that write out status messages to syslog....

Hope that helps,

sudo /usr/bin/AMBEserver -i /dev/ttyUSB0

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