Step-by-step – Shinobi Pop_OS! Installation Guide

February 28, 2021 | By the+gnu+linux+evangelist | Filed in: Tutorial.

GNU/Linux Pop_OS! Installing Shinobi – Quick-Start Guide

Hi! The Tutorial Shows You Step-by-step How to Install Shinobi Camera Monitoring Software in Pop_OS! LTS GNU/Linux Desktop.

And Shinobi for Pop_OS! Linux is Open Source, written in Node.js, and real easy to use.

Especially relevant, here is described the Easiest Setup procedure but for the recommended Source Install see Installing Shinobi the Ninja Way.

Step-by-step – Shinobi Pop_OS! Installation Guide
  1. 1. Launching Terminal

    Open a Terminal Shell Emulator Window:
    (Press “Enter” to Execute Commands)

    (Press “Enter” to Execute Commands)
     - Open Terminal Shell Emulator
    Or Right-Click on Desktop or Folder and Choose “Open in Terminal”:
     - Menu Open in Terminal
    Refresh the Apt Sources:
    sudo apt update
    And then access the “home” Directory with:
    cd /home/
  1. 2. Downloading Shinobi

    Cloning Shinobi Git Repository for Ubuntu GNU/Linux

    Shinobi Git Cloning
    Use “sudo” to store it into the Default /home/Shinobi location!
  2. 4. Installing Shinobi

    Then to Install Shinobi
    First, access the Target Shinobi Folder:

    cd /home/Shinobi
    Then give Execution Permission with:
    chmod +x ./INSTALL/ubuntu.sh
    Last, to run the Installation Script:
    sudo ./INSTALL/ubuntu.sh
    Follow the Installation Wizard…
    You’ll be prompted about the MariaDB Setup.
    Finally, choose to Start Shinobi Service:
    Step-by-step Shinobi Pop_OS! Installation Guide - Start Service
    Congrats, you are Done!
    Step-by-step Shinobi Pop_OS! Installation Guide - Done
    Possibly, then see: How to Upgrade Shinobi.
    Finally, to Start Shinobi Service after a System Reboot
    First, access the Target:
    cd /home/Shinobi
    And then run:
    pm2 start camera.js && pm2 start cron.js
     - Starting Shinobi Service after Reboot
    You may need also to Start the Database Server, as for instance here MariaDB with:
    sudo service mariadb start
  1. 5. Shinobi Getting-Started Guide

    Getting-Started with Shinobi on GNU/Linux

    Shinobi Get Started Guide
  2. 6. Administering Shinobi

    Now Access Shinobi Web Admin UI on Browser
    At localhost:8080/super
    Or if monitoring a Remote Server then amend the above command with the Computer IP.

    Step-by-step Shinobi Pop_OS! Installation Guide - Login
    As first Login use the Default Credentials:
    Username : admin@shinobi.video Password : admin
    In case see the: Shinobi Docs
    Step-by-step Shinobi Pop_OS! Installation Guide - Web UI
    In case of Login issue check if MariaDB is running and you are able to Access it with the given “root” User Pass.
    If Not then see: How to Reset root User Pass on MySQL/MariaDB.

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