Plans are to add a GUI on the local machine using pygtk later, but for now, remote access is key. Contributions are welcome.
You need to have subversion installed on your computer with motion already running and stable.
After you have subversion installed, you can then type at the command prompt:
svn checkout http://possumcam.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/
svn checkout http://lumenn.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/
You should edit the file webserver.config to fit your system. You will also need to edit the filenames and snapshot capabilities in motion.conf as well. Instructions are inside the webserver.config file.
You also need to edit rotate.crontab to the directory where possumcam is installed at so that cron will find the rotate-videos.py script.
After you're done, simply execute
Launch a browser and type in http://localhost:54100
to the address bar, and hopefully you'll be up and running.
This is currently being used as a test machine at the moment, but I'm hoping to roll it out to a couple of restaurants with aging surveillance systems later.