Hi, I'm Pete. Welcome to JustAnswer! I'm reviewing your question now, and will post back with your reply ASAP.
You can control the Pi from your phone using Pi User Interface (PiUi):
Hi, I see you have asked a second question. Did my first answer work for you?
I'm not sure why that would be happening; I'll check if the other techs have any idea on this.
Hello,I am the person that will be helping you today.
You state that you are stuck at the step where you run the following command: ./motioneye.py
Have you verified that you are using the correct IP address and port for the step that follows? If so, which IP and Port are you using?
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Are you able to ping the PI device?
Hi, just checking in on your question. How did things turn out for you?
What exactly do you need done?
Things don't "read off port 8765" or whatever all by themselves. By the way, there are TWO such ports: one for UDP, one for TCP. Which one?
How is this device to be controlled?
Did you need a driver? Do you have a driver? Did you need a management application?
First problem: doing systems programming in Python.