I tried to ceate a Raspberry Pi as a standalone Photo catching device for multile EyeFi Cards.
Turns out that is not possible at the moment using EyeFi Mobi cards.
That is what I tried:
– Raspian install
– git clone the eyefiserver2
– follow https://github.com/dgrant/eyefiserver2/wiki/Getting-Started
Start the script
sudo eyefiserver.py start /etc/eyefiserver.conf /var/log/eyefiserver.log
[03/26/16 01:32PM][runEyeFi] - Eye-Fi server started listening on port 59278
tcp 0 0 0.0.0.0:59278 0.0.0.0:* LISTEN 873/python
The first issue was the upload key.
Connected two different eyefi cards with OSX and Windows 7 and was unable to find an upload key other then 00000000000000000000000000000000
/Users/$USERNAME/Library/Application Support/Eyefi/Eyefi Mobi/
But there is a SQL database in:
And you can do the following:
sqlite3 offline.db SQLite version Enter ".help" for usage hints. sqlite> SELECT o_mac_address, o_upload_key FROM o_devices; 00-11-11-11-11-11|12345678901234567890123456789012
Hm but still, using that upload key (was reducted) the eyefiserver2 did not work.
And I was unable to get a connection from my camera to my pi.
There is an issue reported in github:
That referenced the following Whitepaper:
So at the moment the problem has not been solved,an workaround would be using an Mac / Windows System, or to upgrade to the larger EyeFi Version:
Feel free to comment your solutions below.
Raspberry PI and Eye-Fi
I used the same hardware as you did (except of a different Camera) and got it to work with a few tricks 😉 Keenai software doesn’t make it really easy, though…
Let me know if this also works for you! 🙂
All the best,