Selecta! Been a while since i've been on the boards - been away - how's everybody been? Anyway, down to business. I'm making a website for a friend who runs his own internet radio station through live365.com (top banana radio - very amusing). The friend is Paul Burton, who's name may ring a few bells to any delirious fans Anyway, i was wondering how you'd go about setting up a streaming webcam? The server i'm hosting on uses Redhat (Apache 1.3.28 for the webserver) and has Darwin Streaming Server Technology, which i have no idea how to use. Paul's running the show off a 12" powerbook, but has a G4 700 running OS9 next to it, using the same DSL connection. The webcam is a bog standard USB webcam that will run in OS9, and will also work in OSX with a bit of tweaking. So any ideas? My last resort would be to use an app that saves a pic from the webcam every x seconds to ~/Sites, which is then requested from the powerbook by the remote server via port 80 (personal web sharing/apache)(so the img tag would look like <img src=http://184.108.40.206/~paul/webcam.jpg>). I've used this method for my own webcam and it works a treat. Piece of advice for anyone using this method, or wanting to use it: use php to add a timestamp as a querystring to the image url (i.e. webcam.jpg?<?=time(); ?>) to avoid annoying browser caching. Streaming would be cool, but my option will do i guess.