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This is a known bug with webcams in CentOS 6.6 and reported as Bugzilla #1158988 with Red Hat. It has been fixed in the plus kernel: http://bugs.centos.org/view.php?id=7815


Cheapest solution: get the lens out of a door panel peephole and fabricate a mount in front of the webcam lens. A cheap webcam with small diameter lens will work best for this, and the mount doesn't need to be sophisticate or pretty, just centered. You may not get a full frame image, but the cost to find out is under $10 plus the cheap webcam (another $10 ...


Place the cameras and the machine monitoring them on a separate VLAN. They would then be completely shielded from the rest of the network no matter what is attached to the cables leading to a camera. Requires: Managed switch supporting VLAN feature. Note: You may also want to disable switch login access from the camera VLAN to increase security. Edit: As ...


Open regedit and navigate to "HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Authentication\LogonUI\Background" Then see if there is a DWORD value called "OEMBackground" and if so set the Hex value to 1. If you do not have OEMBackground then you need to create a new DWORD value key called "OEMBackground" first. After you are done navigate to ...

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