1. Installing Software

Server Requirements

Hardware Requirements

  • Hardware decoding on Windows (H264 & H265)
    • Windows 7/8/10
  • Hardware decoding on Linux (H264 & H265)
    • Intel Sandybridge, Ivybridge, Haswell, Broadwell, Skylake, Kaby Lake(HD Graphics)
    • Intel Baytrail, Braswell, Apollo Lake
  • Hardware decoding on macOS 10.12(Only H264 support)

Operating System Requirements

  • CentOS 7: sudo yum install nasm xorg-x11-server-devel zlib-devel gcc gcc-c++ perl-version libxcb libxcb-devel xcb-util xcb-util-devel xcb-util-*-devel libX11-devel libXrender-devel libXi-devel redhat-lsb-core libxslt-devel cmake libuuid-devel

  • Linux Ubuntu: sudo apt-get install libx11-dev yasm libxext-dev libgl1-mesa-dev zlib1g-dev "^libxcb.*" libx11-xcb-dev libglu1-mesa-dev libxrender-dev libxi-dev

  • macOS 10.12

Software Installation

http://www.veyesys.com/ Download Page

The server and client is in one package.

Server Software Start

Windows you can direct start the RapidClient.exe and RapidStor.exe

Linux you should Start the RapidStor and RapidClient

  • . ./exportpath.sh

macOS

  • In Finder click the RapidStor.app/Contents/MacOS/RapidStor
  • In Finder click the RapidClient.app

Default User

  • Default user is admin
  • Default password is admin

Run RapidStor as service

Windows

Run the regservice.bat and unregservice.bat for the RapidStor

CentOS (CentOS 7)

  1. Create an user for the desired service
  2. Ensure the created user has full access to the binary you want to set up
  3. Copy the service/rapidvms-centos to the /etc/init.d/rapidvms
  4. Adjust the APPDIR in /etc/init.d/rapidvms
  5. Make sure the script is marked as executable:

    chmod +x /etc/init.d/rapidvms

  6. Enable the config in in runlevels 2, 3, 4, and 5:

    chkconfig rapidvms on

  7. service rapidvms start

Ubuntu

  1. Create an user for the desired service
  2. Ensure the created user has full access to the binary you want to set up
  3. Copy the service/rapidvms-ubuntu.conf to the /etc/init/rapidvms.conf
  4. Adjust the APPDIR in /etc/init.d/rapidvms.conf
  5. sudo start rapidvms

Debian(Include Ubuntu)

  1. Create an user for the desired service
  2. Ensure the created user has full access to the binary you want to set up
  3. Copy the service/rapidvms-debian to the /etc/init.d/rapidvms
  4. Adjust the APPDIR in/etc/init.d/rapidvms
  5. Make sure the script is marked as executable:

    chmod +x /etc/init.d/rapidvms

  6. Enable the daemon with:

    update-rc.d rapidvms defaults

  7. service rapidvms start

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