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    Motion.cgi


    I am trying to get motion.cgi to work. I cannot figure out the correct settings for the configure file. What is the relative path supposed to point to?

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    possibly relative to your webroot.

    eg, if your website files are stored in /var/www/ and apache is configured so that a request for www.yourwebsite.com/blah/index.html will be served from the file /var/www/blah/index.html, the relative path of index.html is /blah/index.html

    on the other hand, it could mean the actual location on disk, in this case /var/www/blah/index.html

    It really depends on what it is supposed to be relative "to".

    Check the documentation if possible to see exactly what it wants.

    sorry for the kind of confusing example..

    Jason

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