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IRC Log for 2012-07-22

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[0:06] <Leestons> wb
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[0:10] <aaa801> http://screensnapr.com/v/OA2746.jpg
[0:10] <aaa801> :D
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[0:10] <longbyte1> what the heck
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[0:11] <longbyte1> "you are not allowed to post screenshots or video
[0:11] <longbyte1> nor are you allowed to post comments or review"
[0:11] <aaa801> Of the game
[0:11] <aaa801> this is a launcher
[0:11] <aaa801> its basicaly a nda =/
[0:11] <aaa801> i dont think it binds tho lol
[0:11] <WASDx> gordonDrogon: Are you there?
[0:12] <aaa801> we was playing the alpha of it and they was being prety strict about photos tho
[0:12] <longbyte1> And what are they going to do if you do?
[0:12] <longbyte1> Sue you?
[0:12] <aaa801> lol
[0:12] <aaa801> WHO WANTS BETA KEYS :d?
[0:12] <longbyte1> oh it was because we leaked photos
[0:13] <longbyte1> THIS ISN'T LEAKING, THIS IS POSTING
[0:13] <aaa801> longbyte1: want a beta key?
[0:13] <longbyte1> nah, not interested in looking at the end of all nations :(
[0:13] <aaa801> :(
[0:14] <longbyte1> end of us, end of uk, end of russia, end of japan, end of cuba, end of vietnam, end of iraq, end of egypt
[0:14] <aaa801> gah why are satellite decryption keysets soo big =/
[0:14] <longbyte1> END OF FACEBOOK
[0:14] <longbyte1> what the heck, this is f2p?
[0:15] <aaa801> the beta is
[0:15] <aaa801> lemme go find my giant bag of beta keys
[0:15] <longbyte1> no, I'm imagining stuff like runescape and wizard101
[0:15] <longbyte1> How did you stumble across keys?
[0:15] <aaa801> eww no
[0:16] <aaa801> i didnt
[0:16] <aaa801> i go to a lan party 3 times a year
[0:16] <aaa801> companys send em a load of keys
[0:16] <longbyte1> oh
[0:16] <msound> longbyte1, nation boundaries are just imaginary lines drawn on a map... i for one would not mind the end of nations (in the sense the boundaries disappeared) :-)
[0:16] <aaa801> its also where we played the alpha
[0:17] <longbyte1> well, end of nations is end of political boundaries... but then that would open up opportunities to make corrupt gov'ts
[0:18] <msound> well, we do have boundaries now and there is still corruption (atleast where i come from) :-)
[0:18] <gordonDrogon> WASDx, hi!
[0:18] <gordonDrogon> Been watching a DVD with wifey.
[0:18] <longbyte1> Hmm, well I'm not interested, but I'll give it to my friend. :)
[0:19] <WASDx> gordonDrogon: I'm wondering if wiringPi has something similar to arduinos ShiftOut if you know about it
[0:19] <WASDx> maybe it's easy to write yourself. I don't fully know how it works
[0:20] <longbyte1> Okay, let me make a symlink of a document to google drive.
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[0:20] <gordonDrogon> WASDx, it has both shoftOut and shiftIn ...
[0:20] <gordonDrogon> *shiftOut.
[0:21] <gordonDrogon> WASDx, https://projects.drogon.net/raspberry-pi/wiringpi/shift-library/
[0:21] <WASDx> thanks, I should have found that myself
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[0:21] <gordonDrogon> it's only relatively recent it's been in.
[0:21] <WASDx> now I just have to go and buy a 74hc595
[0:22] <gordonDrogon> I tested/simulated it with LEDs and a button, but I'm told it works well with 595's.
[0:22] <WASDx> great
[0:22] <gordonDrogon> must actually get one myself to test - one day!
[0:23] <WASDx> I can't find them on Elfa, swedens biggest electronics store :/
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[0:26] <gordonDrogon> search for other types - e.g. 74c, etc.
[0:26] <gordonDrogon> although traditionally 74 stuff works at 5V.
[0:27] <WASDx> It has a category named "74-logic"
[0:27] <WASDx> i will look into it
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[0:31] <stefanBA> 74HC595 should also work wit 3.3V VCC
[0:33] <WASDx> I found "SO-16, 74HC595D" and "DIL-16, 74HC595N"
[0:33] <WASDx> so umm, what's the difference?
[0:34] <stefanBA> just the form factor
[0:34] <stefanBA> SO-16 is SMD with 1.27mm pin spacing, DIL-16 is a chip with pins 2.54mm spaced
[0:34] <WASDx> I checked google images, I think I want N
[0:34] <WASDx> the other one doesn't seem to fit on my breadboard
[0:35] <stefanBA> I also think so
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[0:35] <WASDx> I'll get one or two of those then :)
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[0:40] <gordonDrogon> Heh... it's great to use metric, but sometimes.... 2.54mm is simply 0.1" ...
[0:40] <stefanBA> uhm, yeah, I know
[0:40] <stefanBA> I'm from a metric country, sorry ;-)
[0:41] <gordonDrogon> I'm from a metric country too, but it's sometimes good to know where those numbers come from.
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[0:42] <gordonDrogon> actually I'm fro a country so screwed up, I've had kids being taught inches and feet by their stubborn and stupid thick dense parents. My grandfather taught me metric (as well as imperial)
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[0:44] <gordonDrogon> and it's bed time.
[0:45] <Leestons> Night Gordon.
[0:45] <stefanBA> metric or imperial bed time? *g
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[0:56] <Leestons>
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[0:57] <stefanBA> good N8
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[2:37] <sheppard> is there a thermal sensor on the pi?
[2:37] <WASDx> sheppard: no
[2:37] <sheppard> didn't think so
[2:40] <Netham45> Is raspbmc based off of rasbian?
[2:40] <plugwash> don't think so
[2:41] <Netham45> Does it have any sort of package manager?
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[2:42] <aaa801> raspmc has apt-get
[2:44] <sheppard> Netham45: not at this point, but RC4 is moving to raspbian
[2:44] <Netham45> Okay. Is there an ETA or such for RC4?
[2:44] * Tuxuser is now known as XeCrypt
[2:44] <sheppard> not that I've been able to find
[2:44] * plugwash is really quite surprised at how far raspbian has come in how little time
[2:45] <sheppard> yeah, raspbian is awesome
[2:45] <sheppard> I'm running it with xbmc binaries supplied by someone
[2:45] <sheppard> works awesomely
[2:46] * XeCrypt is now known as Tuxuser
[2:49] <sheppard> I just wish I knew how to fix the input lag/repeat issue
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[2:51] <Netham45> Does the XBMC compile guide for Linux apply to the RPi?
[2:51] <Netham45> I suppose that'd be better to ask in #XBMC, probabally.
[2:52] <plugwash> someone posted a guide on the forum for building XBMC for raspbian
[2:53] <sheppard> there's also http://www.memetic.org/pre-compiled-xbmc-for-raspbian/
[2:53] <Netham45> I need to tweak some of XBMC's hardcoded timeouts for what I want.
[2:54] <Netham45> Main reason I'm still using a shitty netbook for it, had my windows build environment all set up, heh.
[2:57] <plugwash> Using the Pi as a media center doesn't really appeal to me becuse the only coded the GPU supports is H.264
[2:57] <plugwash> and the CPU isn't powerful enough for realtime video decoding afaict
[2:58] <Netham45> I'm using it for audio for my car stereo
[3:01] <Netham45> http://i.imgur.com/ZffxK.jpg
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[3:04] <Cael> anyone familar with getting DVD Playback in Raspbmc?
[3:06] <Cael> i just rented a movie it detected the disc via my 24x DVD USB drive (its powered by its self so its not drawing From the Pi)
[3:07] <Cael> but i get "Please insert DVD"
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[3:09] <Cael> or what do i nee dto install to support Mpeg2?
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[3:28] <SSilver2k2> lo all
[3:28] <SSilver2k2> this is awesome. sitting on a patio by the beach. waiting for fireworks to begin
[3:28] <SSilver2k2> this is a vacation
[3:29] <Netham45> IRC and fireworks at the beach, the sweet life.
[3:29] <SSilver2k2> yep. hotel has a good hotspot right by the outside bar
[3:29] <SSilver2k2> havent been online in three days
[3:29] <SSilver2k2> surprised i lasted as long as i did
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[3:32] * Tuxuser is now known as XeCrypt
[3:33] <Hexxeh> anyone happen to have a diagram for how the microusb on the motorola lapdock splits out for the keyboard/trackpad?
[3:43] <SSilver2k2> i dont think it splits out
[3:43] <SSilver2k2> it should just be a HID device
[3:44] <SSilver2k2> my wireless keyboard touchpad combo only needs one usb port
[3:44] <SSilver2k2> the other port on the lapdock is microhdmi
[3:44] <Hexxeh> no i mean that gets used to power the pi
[3:44] <Hexxeh> but the microusb on the pi is power onpy
[3:44] <Hexxeh> *only
[3:45] <Hexxeh> so it has to split out to a usb a connector to use the internal keyboard and trackpad
[3:45] <SSilver2k2> oh, wel lthe lapdock is probably just standard micro usb. standard microusb has power and data
[3:46] <Hexxeh> this seems to suggest otherwise: http://andreiprojects.blogspot.com/2012/06/raspberry-pi-modding-atrix-lapdock.html
[3:46] <SSilver2k2> http://www.talkandroid.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/06/pinout-microUSB1.png?3995d3
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[3:47] <SSilver2k2> brb. fireworks
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[4:02] <Crenn-NAS> Morning all
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[4:05] <XeCrypt> g'mornin
[4:06] <Crenn-NAS> How you doing?
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[4:10] <XeCrypt> cannot complain, u?
[4:10] <XeCrypt> oh, what Netham45 doin in here :D
[4:11] <Netham45> Do I know you?
[4:11] <Crenn-NAS> Not bad at all this morning, currently shifting data around on my file server... again
[4:11] <XeCrypt> you sound familiar from efnet
[4:11] <Netham45> You go by tuxuser too?
[4:11] <XeCrypt> ;)
[4:11] <XeCrypt> yep
[4:11] <Netham45> Probabally from the free60 chans
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[4:50] <ReggieUK> Hexxeh are you still around?
[4:50] <ReggieUK> http://www.raspberrypi.org/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f=63&t=6747&hilit=atrix
[4:52] <sheppard> nice
[4:53] <ReggieUK> there should be all teh info you need to build a usb cable for the atrix from that thread
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[5:04] <Hexxeh> yep
[5:05] <Hexxeh> useful, thanks!
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[5:44] <mukti> are there any distros that have working wireless?
[5:44] <sheppard> you are far better off to run a dd-wrt in client mode
[5:48] <Syliss> depends
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[5:51] <Ionic`> hey, I guess this question has been asked before, but can I boot directly to some USB hard drive?
[5:52] <Ionic`> the kernel has to be loaded via SD card, yeah, but I'd like to put root on some USB disk
[5:52] <Ionic`> (I know that booting into some SD card system and for instance pivot_rooting to /mnt/usb would be possible but meh, I'd like to circumvent this)
[5:53] <sheppard> don't see why it wouldn't work
[5:53] <sheppard> just adjust your cmdline.txt I believe
[5:53] <Ionic`> dunno
[5:53] <Ionic`> just asking
[5:53] <Ionic`> I'm just getting started anyway
[5:53] <sheppard> yar
[5:54] <Ionic`> I've once did the pivot_root hack on a router
[5:54] <Ionic`> because I had no access to the kernel/bootloader blargh
[5:55] <sheppard> Pi is very nice so far
[5:55] <sheppard> I've only been at it a couple days
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[5:55] <Ionic`> my goal is to install and use gentoo \o/
[5:56] <Ionic`> oh, yeah, and to compile and start LibreOffice
[5:56] <Ionic`> (Because I can)
[5:57] <sheppard> I much prefer debian these days
[5:57] <sheppard> plus compiling everything is gonna be quite lame on a pi
[5:58] <Ionic`> I don't :D
[5:58] <Ionic`> ha
[5:58] <Ionic`> I compiled on this shitty 200MHz MIPS router too
[5:59] <sheppard> I'm far too impatient for that
[5:59] <Ionic`> started to count in x GCU => x GCC Compile Units => x * 2 weeks
[6:00] <sheppard> good lord.
[6:01] <Ionic`> :D
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[6:21] <Syliss> Ionic`: yes you can have it the root on the usb, but the sd card is needed because there is no 'bios' on the board
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[6:23] <Stoob> i want a half-length sd-to-microsd adapter
[6:23] <Stoob> so that it doesnt stick so far out
[6:23] <Syliss> Stoob me too
[6:23] <Syliss> some people have made mods
[6:25] <Ionic`> Syliss: yeah, I know
[6:25] <Ionic`> my only concern is that the kernel needs to boot up pretty far to see the USB disk
[6:25] <Ionic`> i.e., I may need to customize the initramfs
[6:25] <Stoob> http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1342319572/the-nifty-minidrive
[6:25] <Stoob> looking at this
[6:26] <Syliss> oh damn!
[6:27] <Syliss> yes please!
[6:29] <Stoob> $30 per, though
[6:29] <Syliss> thats a rip
[6:29] <Stoob> nearly as much as the rpi itself :(
[6:29] <Netham45> Ionic`, just set the root to the usb drive and enable rootwait
[6:29] <Syliss> no kidding
[6:30] <Ionic`> or that
[6:30] <Ionic`> anyway... I don't even have to hw yet, but thanks for the hint
[6:31] <Syliss> lol
[6:31] <Netham45> so, wait
[6:31] <Netham45> that is just a shorter SD adaptor?
[6:31] <Syliss> yes it is
[6:31] <Netham45> Screw that.
[6:31] <Syliss> i know for $30 is a rip
[6:32] <Netham45> yea
[6:32] <Netham45> maybe $5, but not $30
[6:32] <Syliss> only reason why its hit over 200k is because of the apple mention
[6:32] <Syliss> yeah $10 max
[6:33] <Netham45> SD cards aren't a viable backup method, the author has no idea what memory means in computer terms, and the amount of disk space an SD card can add is so negligible that it's not even worth mentioning.
[6:33] <Syliss> retail says $35!
[6:33] <Stoob> lol
[6:33] <sheppard> lol
[6:34] <Syliss> plus the speed is way slower unless its an xc
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[6:34] <Netham45> yea
[6:35] <Netham45> Has anyone benchmarked running the RPi off of a USB drive? Is it worth it, speed-wise?
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[6:36] <sheppard> most hold ups on the pi aren't going to be limited by transfer speed
[6:36] <sheppard> plus you can just get a higher class of sd card to compensate
[6:37] <Netham45> Yea, but I've already got the drives.
[6:37] <Netham45> I've got a spare 30GB SSD and a usb->sata adaptor I was considering using
[6:38] <Stoob> hm
[6:38] <Stoob> why not try it? :D
[6:46] <Ionic`> hum the fuck
[6:46] <Ionic`> why is it not requesting an IP adress
[6:47] <Ionic`> it even did before
[6:49] <Ionic`> ah, there weg o
[6:51] <Ionic`> network cable connected -> plugging power in -> device doesn't request IP
[6:51] <Stoob> hm
[6:51] <Stoob> always worked for me
[6:51] <Ionic`> plugging power in -> wait 2m -> plugging network cable in -> device requests IP
[6:51] <Ionic`> dafuq, right? :p
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[6:55] <Syliss> Netham45 people have said that its faster when running off usb drives
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[7:09] <`z> Ionic`,
[7:09] <`z> using openelec
[7:09] <Ionic`> `z
[7:09] <`z> connect all cables
[7:09] <`z> boot up
[7:09] <`z> use android phone to control xbmc
[7:09] <Ionic`> archlinux currently
[7:09] <`z> mmk
[7:09] <`z> i had no problems with raspbian before either
[7:10] <Ionic`> yeah, weird issue, dunno
[7:10] <Ionic`> and not a big problem anyway
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[7:30] <NightMonkey> Howdy. Got my Pi about two weeks ago, got my Bramble Pi wood case today, all very nice! :)
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[7:44] <Netham45> Somebody highlighted me, but the netsplit filled my buffer. What'd you need?
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[7:44] * PiBot sets mode +v alexsdutton
[7:44] * PiBot sets mode +v weuxel
[7:44] * PiBot sets mode +v soltys
[7:44] * PiBot sets mode +v sjaak_trekhaak
[7:44] * PiBot sets mode +v Cheery
[7:44] * PiBot sets mode +v mebus_pi
[7:44] * PiBot sets mode +v sjefen6
[7:44] * PiBot sets mode +v eggy
[7:44] * PiBot sets mode +v tzarc
[7:44] * PiBot sets mode +v Crollalfa
[7:44] * PiBot sets mode +v tos9
[7:44] <Netham45> ...
[7:44] * PiBot sets mode +v mandarine
[7:44] <Netham45> We done yet, Freenode?
[7:44] * PiBot sets mode +v Commander1024
[7:45] * PiBot sets mode +v Tykling
[7:45] * PiBot sets mode +v _Smash_
[7:45] * PiBot sets mode +v unreal-dude
[7:45] * PiBot sets mode +v nid0
[7:45] * PiBot sets mode +v pozer
[7:45] * PiBot sets mode +v DeviceZer0
[7:45] * PiBot sets mode +v peejay
[7:45] * PiBot sets mode +v AlcariTheMad
[7:45] * PiBot sets mode +v trevorman
[7:45] * PiBot sets mode +v cul
[7:45] * PiBot sets mode +v Scepterr
[7:45] <mingdao> Netham45: /lastlog Netham45 might reveal it
[7:45] * PiBot sets mode +v vexorg
[7:45] * PiBot sets mode +v Bensa
[7:45] * PiBot sets mode +v higuita
[7:45] * PiBot sets mode +v jzaw
[7:45] * PiBot sets mode +v deez79
[7:45] * PiBot sets mode +v wcchandler
[7:45] * PiBot sets mode +v Streakfury
[7:45] * PiBot sets mode +v lbm
[7:45] * PiBot sets mode +v scrtss
[7:45] <Netham45> Nope.
[7:45] * PiBot sets mode +v larsemil
[7:45] * PiBot sets mode +v devz3ro
[7:45] * PiBot sets mode +v Simon-
[7:45] * PiBot sets mode +v wjoe
[7:46] * PiBot sets mode +v bootc
[7:46] * PiBot sets mode +v gordonDrogon
[7:46] * PiBot sets mode +v darkbasic
[7:46] * PiBot sets mode +v rm
[7:46] * PiBot sets mode +v sifi
[7:46] * PiBot sets mode +v deafanon
[7:46] * PiBot sets mode +v duckinator
[7:46] * PiBot sets mode +v victrola`
[7:46] * PiBot sets mode +v marduk
[7:46] * PiBot sets mode +v mpthompson
[7:46] * PiBot sets mode +v hetii
[7:46] * PiBot sets mode +v Behold
[7:46] * PiBot sets mode +v dutchfish
[7:46] * PiBot sets mode +v trumee
[7:46] * PiBot sets mode +v LWK_mac
[7:46] * PiBot sets mode +v Cael
[7:46] * PiBot sets mode +v MrCurious_
[7:46] * PiBot sets mode +v hazgar
[7:46] * PiBot sets mode +v hpham
[7:46] * PiBot sets mode +v huene
[7:46] * PiBot sets mode +v blue2
[7:46] * PiBot sets mode +v slartsa
[7:46] * PiBot sets mode +v swattor
[7:47] * PiBot sets mode +v kadafi
[7:47] * PiBot sets mode +v Laban
[7:47] * PiBot sets mode +v koan
[7:47] * PiBot sets mode +v vlt
[7:47] * PiBot sets mode +v Tuxuser
[7:47] * PiBot sets mode +v zarac
[7:47] * PiBot sets mode +v Sm0ke0ut
[7:47] * PiBot sets mode +v `z
[7:47] * PiBot sets mode +v midnightmagic
[7:47] * PiBot sets mode +v SirFunk
[7:47] * PiBot sets mode +v WyriHaximus
[7:47] * PiBot sets mode +v M0RBD
[7:47] * PiBot sets mode +v xmlich02
[7:47] * PiBot sets mode +v jaxdahl
[7:47] <mingdao> Netham45: Works for me ... 23:53:23<+Syliss> Netham45 people have said that its faster when running off usb drives
[7:47] * PiBot sets mode +v lucian
[7:47] * PiBot sets mode +v pdp7
[7:47] * PiBot sets mode +v WASDx
[7:47] * PiBot sets mode +v akSeya
[7:47] <Netham45> mingdao, then you have a larger chat buffer than I do.
[7:47] * PiBot sets mode +v Flipo
[7:47] * PiBot sets mode +v youam
[7:47] <Netham45> And, thanks.
[7:47] * PiBot sets mode +v Netham45
[7:47] * PiBot sets mode +v mjr
[7:47] * PiBot sets mode +v smw
[7:47] * PiBot sets mode +v NirIzr
[7:48] * PiBot sets mode +v Chetic
[7:48] * PiBot sets mode +v xCP23x-Mobile
[7:48] * PiBot sets mode +v simcop2387
[7:48] * PiBot sets mode +v Tenchworks
[7:48] * PiBot sets mode +v Lycanthropist
[7:48] * PiBot sets mode +v Demp
[7:48] * PiBot sets mode +v gregj
[7:48] * PiBot sets mode +v folays
[7:48] * PiBot sets mode +v buzzkill
[7:48] * PiBot sets mode +v Laurenceb
[7:48] * PiBot sets mode +v _dsi
[7:48] <Ionic`> hmmm
[7:48] * PiBot sets mode +v Matt
[7:48] * PiBot sets mode +v BusError
[7:48] <Ionic`> pibot sucks(?)
[7:48] * PiBot sets mode +v phorce1_home
[7:48] * PiBot sets mode +v paje
[7:48] <mingdao> Netham45: yw ... 12000 lines
[7:48] * PiBot sets mode +v muep
[7:48] * PiBot sets mode +v linlin
[7:48] * PiBot sets mode +v RichiH
[7:48] * PiBot sets mode +v ovim
[7:48] * PiBot sets mode +v Gunni
[7:48] * PiBot sets mode +v friggle
[7:48] * PiBot sets mode +v Beschwa
[7:48] * PiBot sets mode +v egilhh
[7:48] * PiBot sets mode +v jolo2
[7:49] * PiBot sets mode +v ruzarzh
[7:49] * PiBot sets mode +v cehteh
[7:49] * PiBot sets mode +v Fabryz
[7:49] * PiBot sets mode +v zaivaldi
[7:49] * PiBot sets mode +v Lupinedk
[7:49] * PiBot sets mode +v Viaken
[7:49] <Ionic`> why doesn't it use the maximum available mode changes defined by the server?
[7:49] * PiBot sets mode +v kokakoda
[7:49] * PiBot sets mode +v ChanServ
[7:49] * PiBot sets mode +v Klapo
[7:49] * PiBot sets mode +v RaspberryPiBot
[7:49] <Ionic`> instead of single-voicing every user
[7:49] * PiBot sets mode +v Walther
[7:49] * PiBot sets mode +v slo
[7:49] * PiBot sets mode +v Jck_true
[7:49] * PiBot sets mode +v else-
[7:49] <sheppard> lol yay netsplits
[7:49] * PiBot sets mode +v kripton
[7:49] * PiBot sets mode +v dFshadow
[7:49] <sheppard> and confused bots
[7:49] * PiBot sets mode +v Travenin
[7:49] * PiBot sets mode +v OmIkRoNiXz
[7:49] * soldicon (~soldicon@unaffiliated/soldicon) has joined #raspberrypi
[7:49] * PiBot sets mode +v Helldesk
[7:49] * PiBot sets mode +v stereohead-away
[7:49] * PiBot sets mode +v _av500_
[7:49] * PiBot sets mode +v nsc
[7:49] <Ionic`> :/
[7:49] <sheppard> Ionic`: because the script is a pos
[7:49] * PiBot sets mode +v skippyish
[7:49] * PiBot sets mode +v Lunar_Lamp
[7:50] * PiBot sets mode +v hagg
[7:50] * PiBot sets mode +v Plam_
[7:50] <Ionic`> sheppard: and why is that? :p
[7:50] * PiBot sets mode +v Dagger2
[7:50] * PiBot sets mode +v dmsuse
[7:50] * PiBot sets mode +v eigoom
[7:50] <sheppard> Ionic`: evidence is above
[7:50] * PiBot sets mode +v blarson__
[7:50] * PiBot sets mode +v anacron
[7:50] * PiBot sets mode +v Gadgetoid
[7:50] * PiBot sets mode +v nperry
[7:50] * PiBot sets mode +v MBS
[7:50] * PiBot sets mode +v LoganLK
[7:50] * PiBot sets mode +v ender|
[7:50] * PiBot sets mode +v yanu
[7:50] <Ionic`> well
[7:50] * PiBot sets mode +v a7x
[7:50] <mingdao> Hang on to your coattails ... we have 376 nicks atm <:-)}
[7:50] * PiBot sets mode +v hotwings
[7:50] * PiBot sets mode +v knipster
[7:50] <Ionic`> I think it should be fixed %)
[7:50] * PiBot sets mode +v arnej
[7:50] * PiBot sets mode +v yggdrasil
[7:50] * PiBot sets mode +v bxc
[7:50] * PiBot sets mode +v Bhaal
[7:50] * PiBot sets mode +v Squirm
[7:50] * PiBot sets mode +v Gorroth
[7:50] * PiBot sets mode +v defswork
[7:50] <Netham45> mingdao, I have mine capped at 2000
[7:50] * PiBot sets mode +v arfonzo
[7:51] * PiBot sets mode +v TonyMonteabag
[7:51] * PiBot sets mode +v runde
[7:51] * PiBot sets mode +v Bobby
[7:51] * PiBot sets mode +v superlime
[7:51] <Netham45> got tired of it taking 10 seconds to switch tabs
[7:51] * PiBot sets mode +v Vostok
[7:51] * PiBot sets mode +v MuNk`
[7:51] * PiBot sets mode +v jprvita|afk
[7:51] * PiBot sets mode +v RaYmAn
[7:51] <sheppard> lawl
[7:51] * PiBot sets mode +v SIFTU
[7:51] * PiBot sets mode +v Arch-MBP
[7:51] * PiBot sets mode +v magnus_
[7:51] * PiBot sets mode +v wmat
[7:51] * PiBot sets mode +v dwatkins
[7:51] * PiBot sets mode +v OsakaFoo
[7:51] * PiBot sets mode +v ricky26
[7:51] <mingdao> Netham45: Don't know why but switching tabs is instantaneous here.
[7:51] * PiBot sets mode +v Husky
[7:51] * PiBot sets mode +v IrquiM
[7:51] * PiBot sets mode +v msilas
[7:51] * PiBot sets mode +v sinseman44
[7:51] * PiBot sets mode +v mojo-jojo
[7:51] <sheppard> 23:49 Ignoring MODES from #raspberrypi
[7:51] * PiBot sets mode +v asherkin
[7:51] <sheppard> there we go
[7:51] * PiBot sets mode +v jonmasters
[7:51] * aditsu (~aditsu@183178080020.ctinets.com) has joined #raspberrypi
[7:51] * PiBot sets mode +v Will|
[7:51] <mingdao> Netham45: I have irssi running in urxvt in screen.
[7:51] * PiBot sets mode +v regulatre
[7:52] * PiBot sets mode +v ssvb
[7:52] * PiBot sets mode +v fakker
[7:52] <Netham45> mingdao, x-chat 2 on windows
[7:52] * PiBot sets mode +v nplus
[7:52] * PiBot sets mode +v Cracknel
[7:52] * PiBot sets mode +v stealth``
[7:52] * PiBot sets mode +v piney0
[7:52] <Netham45> I got noticable lag with anything over maybe 3000 lines
[7:52] <mingdao> Netham45: Bless you, brother. ;)
[7:52] * PiBot sets mode +v steve_rox
[7:52] * PiBot sets mode +v Ben64
[7:52] <Netham45> lol
[7:52] * PiBot sets mode +v ukscone
[7:52] * PiBot sets mode +v DaQatz
[7:52] * PiBot sets mode +v mingdao
[7:52] * PiBot sets mode +v zabomber
[7:52] * PiBot sets mode +v Xark
[7:52] * PiBot sets mode +v sraue
[7:52] * PiBot sets mode +v Dyskette
[7:52] * PiBot sets mode +v Out`Of`Control
[7:52] * PiBot sets mode +v dsterne
[7:52] * PiBot sets mode +v gardar
[7:52] <mingdao> Netham45: It's been ... a decade? Since PuTTy graced my LAN.
[7:52] * PiBot sets mode +v ccssnet
[7:52] * PiBot sets mode +v squimmy
[7:52] * PiBot sets mode +v lempiainen
[7:52] * PiBot sets mode +v Arex73
[7:52] * PiBot sets mode +v chaoshax
[7:52] * PiBot sets mode +v affix
[7:52] <sheppard> mobaxterm is way better anyway
[7:53] * PiBot sets mode +v sykes
[7:53] * PiBot sets mode +v inetpro
[7:53] * PiBot sets mode +v sharktamer
[7:53] * PiBot sets mode +v jgeboski
[7:53] * PiBot sets mode +v linux_probe
[7:53] <mingdao> Netham45: But back in the day sometimes it became needful to ssh into the server with PuTTy.
[7:53] * PiBot sets mode +v FrankBuss
[7:53] * PiBot sets mode +v phire
[7:53] * Kabaka (kabaka@botters/kabaka) Quit (Quit: be back in < 5 minutes)
[7:53] * PiBot sets mode +v phellarv
[7:53] * PiBot sets mode +v satellit
[7:53] * PiBot sets mode +v aaa801
[7:53] * PiBot sets mode +v Berry_HK
[7:53] * PiBot sets mode +v ebswift
[7:53] * PiBot sets mode +v MidnighToker
[7:53] <Netham45> mingdao, I'm quite content staying on Windows.
[7:53] * PiBot sets mode +v the_real_crimper
[7:53] * PiBot sets mode +v hermanhermitage
[7:53] * PiBot sets mode +v betamax
[7:53] * PiBot sets mode +v necreo
[7:53] * PiBot sets mode +v Davespice
[7:53] * PiBot sets mode +v Milos
[7:53] * PiBot sets mode +v Syliss
[7:53] * PiBot sets mode +v NiteSnow
[7:53] * PiBot sets mode +v Ionic`
[7:53] * PiBot sets mode +v tech2077
[7:53] * PiBot sets mode +v booyaa
[7:54] <mingdao> Netham45: This comp shop only has Windows on "for sale" boxen now.
[7:54] * PiBot sets mode +v NightMonkey
[7:54] * PiBot sets mode +v Lord_DeathMatch
[7:54] * PiBot sets mode +v Maior
[7:54] <mingdao> And that's not as popular as in the past.
[7:54] * PiBot sets mode +v mythos
[7:54] * PiBot sets mode +v Delboy
[7:54] * PiBot sets mode +v JonSeals
[7:54] * PiBot sets mode +v w0m
[7:54] * PiBot sets mode +v NimeshNeema
[7:54] * PiBot sets mode +v spaola
[7:54] * PiBot sets mode +v mwschib
[7:54] <mingdao> Anyway ... sleep beckons.
[7:54] * PiBot sets mode +v zeeZ
[7:54] <Netham45> Congrats? Whatever floats your boat.
[7:54] * PiBot sets mode +v TeeCee
[7:54] * PiBot sets mode +v johntramp
[7:54] * PiBot sets mode +v fragalot
[7:54] * PiBot sets mode +v streetuff
[7:54] * PiBot sets mode +v kadamski
[7:54] * PiBot sets mode +v Lartza
[7:54] <mingdao> I need to decide what to do with a Pi before my "time to buy" expires. ;)
[7:54] * PiBot sets mode +v megatog615
[7:54] * PiBot sets mode +v MrZYX|off
[7:54] * PiBot sets mode +v acperkins
[7:54] * PiBot sets mode +v ivan``
[7:54] * PiBot sets mode +v Method
[7:54] <DaQatz> god
[7:54] * PiBot sets mode +v Bennit
[7:55] * PiBot sets mode +v Sash
[7:55] <DaQatz> PiBot
[7:55] * PiBot sets mode +v kekzpriester
[7:55] * PiBot sets mode +v ben64_
[7:55] * PiBot sets mode +v deam
[7:55] * PiBot sets mode +v DGnome
[7:55] * PiBot sets mode +v peol
[7:55] * PiBot sets mode +v maalox
[7:55] * PiBot sets mode +v robotusrex
[7:55] * PiBot sets mode +v urs
[7:55] * PiBot sets mode +v feitingen
[7:55] * PiBot sets mode +v cromag
[7:55] * PiBot sets mode +v acp
[7:55] <Netham45> ffs
[7:55] * PiBot sets mode +v jra___
[7:55] <mingdao> DaQatz: It's begging for someone who can script.
[7:55] * PiBot sets mode +v kloeri
[7:55] <Netham45> ignore on xchat still shows modes
[7:55] * PiBot sets mode +v MaZ-
[7:55] * PiBot sets mode +v Plnt
[7:55] * PiBot sets mode +v AlexanderS
[7:55] * PiBot sets mode +v trench
[7:55] * PiBot sets mode +v Cru
[7:55] * PiBot sets mode +v Habbie
[7:55] * PiBot sets mode +v akeeh
[7:55] * PiBot sets mode +v Bane^
[7:55] * PiBot sets mode +v StMichel
[7:56] * PiBot sets mode +v Wendo_
[7:56] * PiBot sets mode +v buZz
[7:56] * PiBot (~Raspberry@c-50-136-49-102.hsd1.nh.comcast.net) Quit (Quit: leaving)
[7:56] <Netham45> Thanks, whoever removed it.
[7:56] * PiBot (~Raspberry@c-50-136-49-102.hsd1.nh.comcast.net) has joined #raspberrypi
[7:56] * ChanServ sets mode +o PiBot
[7:56] <Netham45> Why does it +v on join anyways?
[7:56] <Netham45> It's not like the chan is +m
[7:56] <Netham45> It's just pointless spam.
[7:57] <DaQatz> So the ops have a "soft" control
[7:57] <DaQatz> They can +m
[7:57] <DaQatz> And unvoice users
[7:57] <Netham45> just +b ~q:... the users.
[7:57] <DaQatz> That's more extreme.
[7:58] <Netham45> It's the same thing as +m and -v'ing them
[7:58] <DaQatz> Cept they are actually banned
[7:58] <Netham45> 'cept a ban prefixed with ~q: only mutes them
[7:58] <RITRedbeard> In a netsplit, I'm never sure if I should say "welcome back" or "sorry we're back!"
[7:59] * RITRedbeard frowns.
[8:00] <Netham45> Actually, I take that back. Apparantly freenode changed +b ~q: to +q
[8:00] * ukgamer (ukgamer@host86-171-186-216.range86-171.btcentralplus.com) has joined #raspberrypi
[8:00] * PiBot sets mode +v ukgamer
[8:01] <DaQatz> PiBot's voice script was written in about 30 minutes.
[8:01] <DaQatz> SO it's tad simple and flawed.
[8:01] <RITRedbeard> in BASIC .NET
[8:01] <RITRedbeard> I bet.
[8:02] <DaQatz> No
[8:02] <DaQatz> Python
[8:02] <Netham45> Why not get something like an eggdrop bot that has proper netsplit detection?
[8:02] <RITRedbeard> oh
[8:02] <RITRedbeard> import IRC::BotMagic
[8:02] <DaQatz> All it's irc is custom.
[8:02] <DaQatz> Well the whole bot is custom
[8:02] <Netham45> Why reinvent the wheel?
[8:03] <DaQatz> Because the wheel didn;t do things the way I wanted it too.
[8:03] <RITRedbeard> I hate that saying
[8:03] <RITRedbeard> because
[8:03] <RITRedbeard> listen here, bub
[8:03] <RITRedbeard> if everyone felt that way
[8:03] <RITRedbeard> then nobody would buy a raspberry pi
[8:03] <RITRedbeard> I want to reinvent the wheel every day damn right
[8:03] * aykut (~aykut@unaffiliated/aykut) Quit (Ping timeout: 246 seconds)
[8:04] <RITRedbeard> it's the scientists and engineers that enable the dreams of tomorrow to come true
[8:04] * Lord_DeathMatch (Lord_Death@CPE-60-229-178-247.lns10.ken.bigpond.net.au) Quit (Read error: Connection reset by peer)
[8:04] <RITRedbeard> so we'll reinvent wheels, sir
[8:04] <RITRedbeard> make no mistake
[8:04] <NightMonkey> THe Pi is analogous to the *perfection* of the wheel, not the re-invention of it.
[8:04] * Lord_DeathMatch (Lord_Death@CPE-60-229-178-247.lns10.ken.bigpond.net.au) has joined #raspberrypi
[8:04] * PiBot sets mode +v Lord_DeathMatch
[8:04] <RITRedbeard> bum-tssh?
[8:05] <RITRedbeard> oh that wasn't a joke?
[8:05] <RITRedbeard> :(
[8:05] <Netham45> If the Pi reinvented the wheel it'd be its own architecture on a non-common voltage and have thunderbolt instead of USB.
[8:05] <NightMonkey> But Eggdrop doesn't need to be re-invented in 30 minutes. :)
[8:05] * NightMonkey hearts eggdrop.
[8:06] <Netham45> Yea, an Eggdrop would have the common sense to deal with a netsplit and not spam 300+ lines to chat.
[8:06] <RITRedbeard> I've been on IRC a long time but I do not know what eggdrop is or ever was
[8:06] <RITRedbeard> sadly
[8:06] <Netham45> It's a common channel management bot
[8:06] <RITRedbeard> but IRC is older than I am
[8:06] <DaQatz> Was faster to add the code to said already running bot. Then to add a whole new bot for that one purpose.
[8:06] <Netham45> It's older than I am too.
[8:06] <Netham45> Out of curiosity, what other functions does PiBot serve?
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[8:06] <NightMonkey> There's a nice channel here for it. #eggdrop.
[8:06] * notfunk (~notfunk@ip72-221-66-218.ri.ri.cox.net) has joined #raspberrypi
[8:06] * PiBot sets mode +v Kabaka
[8:06] * PiBot sets mode +v notfunk
[8:07] <NightMonkey> Eggdrop takes 10 minutes, tops.
[8:07] * Lord_DeathMatch (Lord_Death@CPE-60-229-178-247.lns10.ken.bigpond.net.au) Quit (Read error: Connection reset by peer)
[8:07] <RITRedbeard> chanserv does it
[8:07] <RITRedbeard> this functionality
[8:07] <DaQatz> Plus I don't like eggdrop
[8:07] <RITRedbeard> I think
[8:07] <Netham45> Yea, you can make Chanserv autovoice everyone, I believe. I might be thinking of Anope, though.
[8:08] * Stoob (~steev@2607:f358:1:fed5:22:0:7937:da8d) has joined #raspberrypi
[8:08] * PiBot sets mode +v Stoob
[8:08] * yehnan (yehnan@114-42-70-240.dynamic.hinet.net) has joined #raspberrypi
[8:08] * PiBot sets mode +v yehnan
[8:10] <yehnan> hi, i'm trying Raspbian wheezy, every time I choose Raspi-config -> ssh , nothing happens. How long does this config take?
[8:10] <Netham45> It only took maybe 5 seconds for me
[8:10] <yehnan> Netham45: well...then something must be wrong...:P
[8:12] <Ionic`> uh the hell
[8:12] <Ionic`> audio output is... stuttery
[8:12] <Ionic`> WTF
[8:12] <Ionic`> lol
[8:12] <Netham45> Yea, it sucked on mine too, I'm going to get a USB DAC for mine.
[8:12] <Ionic`> when I create network throughput (holding down 0 to change the volume in mplayer) it gets better/fine
[8:13] <Ionic`> sounds like a clock issue?!
[8:13] <Ionic`> wow that's messed up :D
[8:14] * soldicon (~soldicon@unaffiliated/soldicon) Quit (Quit: leaving)
[8:14] <Ionic`> writing/reading to/from sdcard makes it worse
[8:15] <Netham45> I wouldn't be surprised if there wasn't an interrupt for that and it was handled in a timer in the kernel
[8:15] <Ionic`> hmmm
[8:15] <Ionic`> ok
[8:15] <Ionic`> just sending stuff via netcat makes it even choppier
[8:16] <Ionic`> hmmmmmmmmmmm
[8:16] * Niff (~IceChat7@174-28-12-35.albq.qwest.net) Quit (Quit: Take my advice. I don't use it anyway)
[8:16] * JonSeals (~Jon@99-158-225-217.lightspeed.livnmi.sbcglobal.net) has left #raspberrypi
[8:16] <Ionic`> bleh
[8:16] <Ionic`> /proc/ioports is empty
[8:18] <Ionic`> that's not making sense
[8:20] <Netham45> Is on mine too.
[8:20] <Ionic`> oh, sorry, the issue is not making any sense
[8:20] <Ionic`> well, and less so the workaround
[8:20] <Netham45> ah
[8:21] <Ionic`> I'm using mplayer and well
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[8:22] * PiBot sets mode +v Pickley
[8:22] <Ionic`> keeping 0 pressed (over ssh) makes the sound much less choppier
[8:22] <Netham45> I was using RaspBMC on mine
[8:22] <Netham45> and I couldn't stand the sound over earbuds
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[8:22] * PiBot sets mode +v clonak
[8:22] <Netham45> Sounded like I was listening to a record someone had taken sand paper to
[8:23] <Ionic`> lol
[8:24] <Ionic`> let'sse...
[8:24] <Ionic`> time for sox
[8:24] <Ionic`> and faad
[8:24] <Ionic`> and curl...
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[8:28] * PiBot sets mode +v carboncopy
[8:42] * NightMonkey (~NightrMon@pdpc/supporter/professional/nightmonkey) Quit (Remote host closed the connection)
[8:42] <Ionic`> hmmm ok
[8:42] <Ionic`> seems to work fine via sox
[8:43] <Ionic`> well...
[8:43] <Ionic`> reasonably fine, I guess
[8:44] <Ionic`> seems like mplayer was just too stressfull or something
[8:44] <Ionic`> hmm weird
[8:45] <Ionic`> the volume resets
[8:46] <Ionic`> hmmmm...
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[8:46] * PiBot sets mode +v Lord_DeathMatch
[8:46] * Syliss (~Syliss@adsl-108-201-89-33.dsl.chi2ca.sbcglobal.net) Quit (Quit: Syliss)
[8:46] <Ionic`> err, does OSS work with this weird USB audio chipset?
[8:47] <sheppard> rappy with xbmc so far.
[8:47] <sheppard> Ionic`: alsa seems to work for it on raspbian
[8:48] <Ionic`> yeah...
[8:48] <Ionic`> kinda
[8:48] <Ionic`> the volume is reset each time I play something (new)
[8:48] <sheppard> I've just been dumping my 2ch audio out over hdmi. No issues so far
[8:48] <Ionic`> which kinda sucks
[8:49] <Ionic`> I don't have HDMI stuff
[8:49] <Ionic`> only plain old 3.5mm jack
[8:49] <sheppard> ah k, I plugged it into my tv via hdmi, very happy thus far
[8:51] <Ionic`> I don't have any HDMI tv so... :P
[8:51] * Stoob (~steev@2607:f358:1:fed5:22:0:7937:da8d) Quit (Quit: No Ping reply in 180 seconds.)
[8:51] <Ionic`> wow
[8:51] <Ionic`> ; type=INTEGER,access=rw---RW-,values=1,min=-10240,max=400,step=0
[8:51] <Ionic`> lol
[8:51] <Ionic`> oook
[8:51] <Netham45> I thought HDMI sound was good
[8:52] <sheppard> did dmesg spit that out?
[8:52] <Ionic`> nah
[8:52] <Ionic`> amixer
[8:53] <sheppard> neat
[8:53] <Ionic`> those are 0.01dB steps if I read the information correctly
[8:53] <Ionic`> meh
[8:54] <Ionic`> no idea if OSS works fine
[8:55] <Ionic`> definitely a thing to test
[8:55] <sheppard> [ 15.424145] bcm2835 ALSA CARD CREATED!
[8:55] <sheppard> [ 15.453638] ### BCM2835 ALSA driver init OK ###
[8:55] <sheppard> that's a good sign usually
[8:55] <Ionic`> yeah :)
[8:55] <Ionic`> I'm an OSS fanboy though
[8:55] <Ionic`> at least on Linux
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[8:56] * PiBot sets mode +v Holden
[9:00] * Lord_DeathMatch (Lord_Death@CPE-60-229-178-247.lns10.ken.bigpond.net.au) Quit (Read error: Connection reset by peer)
[9:00] <sheppard> fair enough
[9:00] <sheppard> it's a damn good thing we have choices then
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[9:07] * PiBot sets mode +v Lord_DeathMatch
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[9:08] * PiBot sets mode +v {Placebo}
[9:14] <sheppard> ugh
[9:15] <sheppard> asking pi to run xbmc, index a ton of media, and write the entire sd card over nfs is apparently a bit much for it
[9:15] <sheppard> also I want to find a show and watch it
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[9:24] <Netham45> I've got a display here that looks like it'd fit into the 'Display DSI' port on the RPi
[9:24] <Netham45> What are the chances it actually works?
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[9:25] <Netham45> ehh, nevermind, the pitch of the connectors doesn't line up
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[9:35] <mischief> ay
[9:35] <mischief> yay
[9:35] <mischief> i got a ssl cert on my openbsd vps
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[9:58] <Ben-> hello
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[10:02] <Ben-> anybody here using raspbmc?
[10:02] <sheppard> was
[10:02] <Netham45> Was, planning on going back to it pretty soon
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[10:03] <sheppard> much happier with raspbian
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[10:04] <Ben-> is raspbian better than wheezy?
[10:04] <sheppard> same thing
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[10:04] <Ben-> oh :)
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[10:06] <Ben-> I'm not sure yet how/what to install. I have wheezy atm, but I'd like to stream media stuff, i.e. music, tv shows, movies. whereas the movies are on my external hdd and the tv shows i'd like to automatically download via http/torrent (I hope mentioning that is ok).
[10:06] <Ben-> I could run wheezy on my sdcard and raspbmc on my external hdd
[10:06] <Ben-> and then, only when i'd like to watch a tvshow/movie, I switch somehow over to raspbmc
[10:06] <Ben-> if it's possible
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[10:09] <trijntje> Hi all, I have an old tv with a SCART socket and a single round socket marked "ANT". Will I be able to connect a RPi to my tv?
[10:16] <jra___> I wouldnt bet on the ANT(enna) connector, but scart should have composite input
[10:18] <trijntje> ha, so thats what ANT stands for :P
[10:19] <trijntje> so I would need an rca to scart cable, and then it should work?
[10:21] <jra___> http://img.tomshardware.com/us/2005/11/23/pc_interfaces_101/scart2.jpg
[10:21] <jra___> I've seen tv's with scart without all the pins connected
[10:21] <jra___> but the composite usually is
[10:22] <Crenn-NAS> trijntje: Yes, if you have an RCA to scart adapter/cable, should work fine
[10:22] <Draylor> or option b) sell the TV to a museum
[10:22] <Ben-> can I rum raspbmc from an usb device?
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[10:22] <jra___> heh, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SCART mentions "scart is the most common method"
[10:22] <jra___> maybe that should be changed to "was" or "used to be"
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[10:26] <nid0> done
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[10:28] <trijntje> jra___: cool, thanks a lot
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[10:28] <trijntje> Draylor: true, but I want to use my RPi as a server over ssh, so I only need to connect it to a monitor once ;)
[10:29] <Crenn-NAS> Ben-: Only with rum
[10:30] <Crenn-NAS> trijntje: I didn't need to connect a monitor with the new Wheezy beta
[10:30] <Crenn-NAS> Can't say the same about the Raspbian as I haven't used it yet
[10:32] <trijntje> Crenn-NAS: it has ssh enabled by default? Or is it possible to configure the image on the sd from another system?
[10:33] <Crenn-NAS> trijntje: I believe SSH is now enabled by default
[10:34] <Ben-> "rum"?
[10:34] <Crenn-NAS> If it's not, then you can't say you didn't try!
[10:34] <Crenn-NAS> Ben-: Yes, rum
[10:34] <Crenn-NAS> 08:20:20 <+Ben-> can I rum raspbmc from an usb device?
[10:34] <Ben-> ohlol :(
[10:34] <Ben-> *run
[10:35] <Crenn-NAS> But anyway, I can't see why you couldn't
[10:35] <Dyskette> You'd still need the firmware on an SD card, of course.
[10:35] <Crenn-NAS> Is raspbmc an image or a program? (I'm not interested in a media centre)
[10:35] <Crenn-NAS> Also what Dyskette said
[10:36] <Ben-> raspbmc is a linux ditribution made for xbmc
[10:37] <Ben-> it's an image
[10:37] <Dyskette> If you just want to run XBMC on another distribution, that's also possible.
[10:37] <Ben-> hm yes but I guess it'll run better on raspbmc
[10:37] <Dyskette> (There are pre-compiled binaries for Raspbian for example, here: http://www.memetic.org/pre-compiled-xbmc-for-raspbian/ )
[10:38] <Crenn-NAS> You'd need to modify the boot script slightly to get it to mount the USB drive to /
[10:40] <Ben-> thanks for the link i'm gonna try it
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[10:46] <Ben-> my wheezy is several weeks old now, how can I update? Forgot the command.
[10:46] <Ben-> sudo apt-get update ?
[10:46] <stefanBA> that's the first step
[10:46] <stefanBA> it fetches the current packet lists
[10:46] <reider59> Get RaspBian instead, it`s built on Wheezy and the next steop up
[10:46] <reider59> * step
[10:47] <stefanBA> afterwards you run duso apt-get update
[10:47] <stefanBA> duso -> sudo
[10:47] <stefanBA> but I agreee that raspbian is better ;-)
[10:47] <reider59> also the recommended distro
[10:47] <Ben-> Oh ok
[10:48] <reider59> http://www.raspberrypi.org/downloads
[10:48] <Ben-> so "wheezy-raspbian" is something else than my "wheezy" installation?
[10:49] <reider59> yes, it`s faster too, and more resilient
[10:49] <reider59> brb keyboard bleeping
[10:49] <Ben-> ok thanks
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[10:50] <reider59> that`s better
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[11:19] <gordonDrogon> Morning chaps!
[11:19] <reider59> morning gordon
[11:20] <gordonDrogon> my pie base baked to perfection. fresh sourdough bread. cleaned the kamado and setup for lunch. it's going to be a good day!
[11:20] <gordonDrogon> http://unicorn.drogon.net/bread.jpg
[11:22] <gordonDrogon> breakfast at cafe drogon: http://unicorn.drogon.net/breakfast.jpg
[11:22] <reider59> very nice
[11:22] <reider59> hold the black pudding though
[11:23] <gordonDrogon> :)
[11:23] <gordonDrogon> I need to go & make some creme patissiere for the raspberry pie now..
[11:24] <reider59> just printing your wiringPi Pins
[11:25] <reider59> ready for the debut of my 26 pin connector and soldered pins, all final meter tested now, labelled and ready
[11:25] <gordonDrogon> ok. I updated the image recently to includde the hardware pin numbers too.
[11:26] <gordonDrogon> I might produce a nice "proper" image at some point that's more suitable for printing.
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[11:28] <gordonDrogon> we have guests for lunch today too :)
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[11:28] <gordonDrogon> going to bbq grill a whole chicken.
[11:28] <gordonDrogon> and make italian merangue to top-off the raspberry pie :)
[11:28] <gordonDrogon> no pressure then...
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[11:29] <reider59> It`s pretty good, turns out OK and looks good. I`m just going to use a highlight to highlight your pin numbers. I have a habit of moving to a different line, especially swapping from the right hand column to the left.
[11:31] * gordonDrogon nods.
[11:32] <reider59> BCM has a pin 4 and you have a pin 4 for example, if distracted it`s easy to read the wrong one. But if I highlit both columns I don`t read off the scale
[11:32] <reider59> * highlight
[11:37] <gordonDrogon> Yes.
[11:37] <gordonDrogon> and bcm pin 4 is the 7th general purpose IO pin, so is wiringPi pin 7 :)
[11:38] <gordonDrogon> it's an interesting system - and I've had plenty of criticism for the way I did it initialy.
[11:38] <gordonDrogon> right. back to the kitchen. My Pie awaits its filling :)
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[11:41] <reider59> I think it works well if you prepare all schematics and print. I have the one supplied with the LCD, yours and the schematic of the GPIO Pins. But I used the numbering system on the breadboard so GPIO1 is in 1, GPIO4 is in 4 etc. then just plug into the same line on the breadboard for the LCD. I ran patch leads for the contrast, 5V and GND because they were the far side on mine. Hopefully later though I`d lik
[11:41] <reider59> e to do the contrast/brightness in a program.
[11:42] <reider59> I also need to create a program that blanks all 4 lines, turns contrast/brightness off so the LCd is turned off or put a switch in.
[11:43] <reider59> Sometimes I want Pi on but not the LCD
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[11:49] <mischief> o
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[11:54] <lenz> hi guys!
[11:55] <lenz> someone has this situation
[11:56] <lenz> I see that ram memory increasing on PI
[11:56] <lenz> cat /proc/meminfo
[11:56] <lenz> MemTotal: 123540 kB
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[11:56] <lenz> does someone knows why this happend?
[11:57] <stefanBA> you can runt "top" to see which process is using the memory
[11:58] <stefanBA> -t
[11:58] <stefanBA> but please note that "MemTotal" also includes the disk (i.e. SD card) cache
[11:59] <stefanBA> oh, forget what I typed - I mixed up the fields of /proc/meminfo
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[12:00] <stefanBA> lenz, did this value increase between two reboots or while running?
[12:01] <lenz> stefanBA, after reboot, i have the same 123540
[12:01] <lenz> km
[12:01] <lenz> kb
[12:01] <lenz> not 256 mb ^\
[12:01] <lenz> :\
[12:02] <lenz> stefanBA , it seems that OS uses not whole memory
[12:02] <stefanBA> and when does it increase?
[12:02] <lenz> <+stefanBA> but please note that "MemTotal" also includes the disk (i.e. SD card) cache
[12:02] <lenz> - thath means , in top i will see ram+sdcard?
[12:02] <stefanBA> I can tell you why you do not see all 256mb: the GPU gets a part of the memory
[12:02] <lenz> <+stefanBA> but please note that "MemTotal" also includes the disk (i.e. SD card) cache
[12:03] <stefanBA> no, this was wrong, sorry
[12:03] <lenz> stefanBA, but, yesterday there was 225mb
[12:03] <stefanBA> you can choose how to divide the memory between ARM and GPU in the boot config
[12:04] <lenz> wow
[12:04] <stefanBA> take a look at /boot
[12:04] <lenz> must I edit the config file?
[12:04] <stefanBA> I'm not 100% sure, but there are 4 files
[12:04] <stefanBA> arm128_start.elf arm192_start.elf arm224_start.elf start.elf
[12:05] <stefanBA> do "cd /boot; diff arm128_start.elf start.elf"
[12:05] <lenz> aha
[12:05] <lenz> there it is
[12:05] <stefanBA> and "cd /boot; diff arm192_start.elf start.elf"
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[12:06] <stefanBA> I think you can copy the file you want to start.elf to set the memory split
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[12:06] <lenz> Binary files arm192_start.elf and start.elf differ
[12:06] <stefanBA> okay, so your start.elf is not 192mb
[12:06] <lenz> heh :)
[12:06] <stefanBA> the diff with 128 said nothing?
[12:07] <lenz> I must replace start.elf by arm192_start.elf?
[12:07] <stefanBA> I think so
[12:07] <stefanBA> then you will get 192mb
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[12:08] <lenz> yes, you are right, diff arm128_start.elf start.elf
[12:08] <lenz> shows nothing
[12:08] <stefanBA> this means those files are the same
[12:08] <lenz> hhm, but whu yesterdai there vas 225 or 226 mb ram?
[12:08] <stefanBA> then use arm224_start.elf
[12:08] <lenz> 8Yesterday
[12:08] <lenz> wow!
[12:09] <lenz> cool!
[12:09] <reider59> Woo hoo! eureka! When you`re back Gordon, debut of my 26 pin connector, ribbon cable to my soldered and colour coded pins to match the colours on the Raspberry Pi GPIO schematic. Just worked first time, no fuss, with lcd.c of your wiringPi. So pleased!
[12:09] <stefanBA> "cd /boot; cp arm224_start.elf start.elf; reboot"
[12:09] <stefanBA> but at your risk ;-)
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[12:09] <lenz> stefanBA, thank you friend!
[12:10] <lenz> will try now
[12:10] <stefanBA> :-)
[12:10] <reider59> Took my time, metered it from start to finish, colour coded, matched GPIO pin numbers with 1-30 on the bread board (didn`t need all of them) and its dead easy to follow and do. Wiring looks neater too. Much easier on my poor eyes that trying to fiddle with the GPIO pins in aconfined area.
[12:10] <lenz> rebooting...
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[12:12] <reider59> Left the ribbon cable at a foot long and it works perfectly, so that gives more room to play with the display.
[12:12] <lenz> stefanBA, thank you!!!
[12:12] <lenz> MemTotal: 220592 kB
[12:12] <Ben-> did everyone overclick his rpi? Thinking about setting cpu to 900mhz. internet says it should work without overclocking voltage. does anyone know how the temperature is after I overclock?
[12:12] <lenz> used - 9mb :D
[12:13] <stefanBA> lenz, you are welcome
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[12:13] <lenz> stefanBA, I never see this situation before, on regular computers\servers
[12:14] <stefanBA> it also exists on PC with a shared memory graphics card
[12:14] <lenz> that was architecture specific?
[12:14] <stefanBA> there, you can config in BIOS how much RAM to give to grpahics
[12:14] <lenz> aaah
[12:14] <stefanBA> but the thing with those starts files is very specific to RasPi
[12:15] <lenz> but, why the system has changed automaticaly this binary file?
[12:15] <lenz> interesting
[12:15] <stefanBA> most certainly not
[12:15] <stefanBA> I would guess you have run a command that did change this
[12:15] <reider59> Gordon is busy at the mo but he overclocks his so he`d be a good one to ask. I`m monitoring the situation a little longer before I do mine. too much on th ego with it at the moment anyway and no spare Pi
[12:15] <MarquessDeBonBon> Has anybody used the Rpi as a car stereo?
[12:16] <lenz> stefanBA, maybe some script.... I never did that.... Thank you really much! You save my time :)
[12:16] <stefanBA> I'm glad I could help :-)
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[12:25] <pingec> does a rpi have more computing power than a high end soho router?
[12:25] <pingec> are there any comparable benchmarks available?
[12:25] <muep> at least your soho router likely has no comparable GPU
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[12:28] <MarquessDeBonBon> pingec: almost certainly yes.
[12:29] <MarquessDeBonBon> "high end SOHO router" = about ??200, because they can charge you that much for firmware features.
[12:30] <lupinedk> heh the firmware in my N56U is not what makes it great ;)
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[12:34] <{Placebo}> lupinedk: you should give that one a try http://code.google.com/p/rt-n56u/
[12:37] <lupinedk> ye saw it, but can not thing of anything usable to use it for
[12:38] <lupinedk> not relying on using it for anything else than routing
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[12:44] <Ben-> hm so I've installed xbmc on raspbian now. how can I get a window @windows to control xbmc? I'm playing with putty and xming atm but I don't manage it :/
[12:45] <Milos> Raspberry Pi USB limitations no more.
[12:45] * Milos shorted all the fuses
[12:45] <Milos> It actually works like a computer now.
[12:45] <Ben-> hm?
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[13:06] <gordonDrogon> ih
[13:07] <gordonDrogon> reider59, there is a single command you can send to the LCD to clear the scree. (and another to set the cursor to the home top-left position)
[13:08] <gordonDrogon> pingec, hard to tell - e.g. the Drayeks have a built-in hardware encryption engine that makes VPNs run very fast...
[13:08] <reider59> I saw that, just need to sort the contrast/brightness as part of the program instead of the Pot. I believe 1 or 2 of the pins can do this.
[13:08] <gordonDrogon> pingec, and they have better hardware at switching packets - or they ought to have.
[13:08] <reider59> Just writing it all up for my forum now
[13:08] <gordonDrogon> reider59, not sure you can control that in software...
[13:09] <pingec> gordonDrogon so in general for a web server a rpi should be the better option
[13:10] <reider59> and a reminder to me if I take it apart. The great thing is now I just disconnect one IDC connector and I can try another experiment on the breadboard connected to the sandwich case. I`ll go the full hog with another breadboard later and put a male IDC connector on it to plug into with the double ened one.
[13:10] <gordonDrogon> pingec, possibly, but it depends on what you're serving - I cound a basic LAMP stack with apache to work fine, but when I put wordpress in it, it was very slow.
[13:10] <pingec> hmm
[13:10] <gordonDrogon> pingec, but if you use lighttpd and maybe some other database engine ...
[13:11] <reider59> I`ll look into the contrast, that at least I`ve seen somewhere. but it referenced that it`s possible but didn`t go on to say how.
[13:11] <pingec> I guess I'll just try and see
[13:11] <gordonDrogon> pingec, a very brief writeup: https://projects.drogon.net/lamp-on-a-raspberry-pi/
[13:11] <booyaa> nice list: http://raymii.org/cms/p_Small_Linux_PCs_overview
[13:12] <reider59> really really excited and pleased about this. not only that but I now have your C program working too
[13:12] <reider59> and wiringPi
[13:13] <reider59> I adapted your make file and can use make with it now to create more programs, just did it as a test the other day
[13:13] <pingec> Okay, I have mostly static pages with some small content being pulled off mysql, maybe I'll get away with it fine :D
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[13:14] <gordonDrogon> reider59, good-oh! I've been adapting my own makefiles for other projects for years and years now :)
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[13:15] <gordonDrogon> pingec, probably - depends on the back-end cgi (php/perl, etc) I suspect. When I was setting it up, phpMyAdmin actually ran rather better than I expected - it was just wordpress that was a bit slow - I suspect that's gotten somewhat bloated over the years.
[13:15] <reider59> It was a comment you made the other day about the makefile that clinched it. I was just getting a point blank refusal most times with Geany and got nowhere. But using the terminal and make worked really well with no problems and 100% every time
[13:16] <pingec> I see, i hope it works fine :)
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[13:16] <gordonDrogon> reider59, Ah. ok. I suspect you might be able to use geany to edit the files, then in a separate window, 'make' to compile it.
[13:16] <gordonDrogon> I might have a look at geany at some point. Although it does seem to be a bit of a swiss army knifosaurus ...
[13:17] <reider59> Yes that`s no problem, I did just that and it works well. I started in windows with Notepad++ but that seems to corrupt the file with the spacing wrongly set for indents.
[13:18] <reider59> yes I use Geany for Python too, it is swiss army Knife stuff
[13:18] <gordonDrogon> you could always learn vi ;-)
[13:18] <reider59> I saw a program the other night where they made Swiss Army knives lol
[13:18] <reider59> no, not keen on Vi. I get lost enough as it is lol
[13:18] <gordonDrogon> nano ?
[13:19] <reider59> nano I like
[13:19] <gordonDrogon> or ..... <fx: dramatic chord> ... Emacs.
[13:19] <gordonDrogon> just think of emacs as nano on steroids with an operating system thrown in...
[13:20] * plugwash uses mcedit a lot
[13:20] <plugwash> it's friendly enough that it doesn't really need any learning and yet it has some critical stuff that nano seems to lack
[13:20] <gordonDrogon> minecraft world editor??
[13:20] <plugwash> like telling you which line number you are on
[13:21] <gordonDrogon> Ctrl-G in vi, or :set ruler
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[13:22] <Ben-> hm why does my rpi refuses vnc connections? I installed tightvncserver and started the server. when I try to connect now with my vnc client it says "target pc refuses connection"
[13:22] <plugwash> http://deepofix.org/_media/help/command-line/mcedit.png?cache=
[13:22] <reider59> I use as remote host 192.168.0.137::5901 in VNC
[13:23] <reider59> the last bit being the port number
[13:23] <reider59> the first bit is my local IP number on the Pi
[13:24] <reider59> and I opened the port on the router too
[13:24] <Ben-> is 5901 default port or did you tell the server to use this port?
[13:24] <gordonDrogon> Right. time to lite the dragon and start cooking that chicken
[13:24] <gordonDrogon> laters..
[13:24] <reider59> I think that`s the default
[13:25] <stefanBA> Ben-, you can run "netstat -ant | grep 5901" to check if the port is open
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[13:26] <reider59> Memory is vague but it could be something daft like 5900 is the port and it adds 1 so it`s connection 1
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[13:26] <reider59> just try around that area
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[13:27] <stefanBA> Ben-, "netstat -ant" gives a list of all ports - the ones with state LISTEN are waiting for connections
[13:27] <Crenn-NAS> gordonDrogon: I use NGinx, MySQL and PHP on my RPi, it's fast enough for Joomla it seems
[13:27] <pingec> cool
[13:27] <Ben-> 5901 worked, thanks!
[13:28] <reider59> Works perfect every time. In my Xming VNC connection I didn`t even set a port, unless that went into the settings I pasted in with the instructions. Xming opens a VNC connection over SSH and starts the VNC server itself on demand on the Pi as and when called into use. No need to SSHH and start the server first.
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[13:28] <reider59> np, enjoy
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[13:29] <Ben-> meh, I still see no xbmc though I started it from vnc -.-
[13:30] <Ben-> though I see it on the screen my rpi is connected to
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[13:30] <reider59> I haven`t tried XBMC that way, only a standard distro X desktop
[13:30] <grindking> why do you want to see xbmc through vnc?
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[13:30] <reider59> use it via a web page
[13:31] <grindking> configuration etc?
[13:31] <Ben-> I'm too lazy to plug my keyboard into my rpi to configure it
[13:31] <grindking> ahh haha
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[13:31] <Ben-> so I'm trying to reach it with xming/vnc for 2h now
[13:31] <grindking> i think i have too many movies for the pi or something
[13:31] <grindking> it's so slow each time to load my movies listing
[13:31] <reider59> web page will work if the option is turned on in XBMC
[13:32] <reider59> I think the first time I tried it it was turned on by default
[13:32] <Ben-> it's probably turned off on default
[13:32] <Ben-> oh
[13:32] <Ben-> whats the web url?
[13:32] <reider59> just put the IP number into a web page and see
[13:32] <reider59> use the local IP of the Pi
[13:33] <Ben-> doesnt seem to work
[13:33] <Ben-> meh
[13:33] <reider59> maybe 192.168.0 whatever it is or 192.168.1. whatever it is if that`s how your network is configured
[13:34] <reider59> so mine is 192.168.0.137
[13:34] <Ben-> I know my ip, im already connected via ssh
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[13:34] <reider59> Mustn`t be turned on in the settings then.
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[13:34] <reider59> Once working you can password restrict it too if you want
[13:35] <Ben-> damn it, I plug my keabord into rpi now
[13:35] <reider59> It`s only a one off connection and set it all up, test then you`re done
[13:36] <reider59> a few minutes only
[13:36] <reider59> I use a mini Rii Keyboard/pad connected by BT
[13:37] <reider59> good for ?20
[13:37] <reider59> and a laser pointer lol
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[13:37] <reider59> rechargable batteries built in and the recharger, cable, the lot
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[13:50] <Revo> Does anyone know how I can get airplay working on a r-pi with debian?
[13:50] <Revo> Google says audio doesn't work with it
[13:50] <Revo> which is what I need
[13:50] <Revo> :/
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[13:54] <grindking> i need to program the flirc for the rpi today
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[13:58] <Crenn-NAS> Morning ReggieUK
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[14:00] <mikma> Hello everyone
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[14:03] <ReggieUK> hi Crenn-NAS
[14:03] <ReggieUK> hi mikma
[14:03] <mikma> how's the weather in UK?
[14:04] <ReggieUK> sunny
[14:04] <mikma> oh snap, been the second worst summer of 2000-2012 in Finland :P
[14:06] <ReggieUK> it's around 85f out there atm
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[14:12] <magnus_> are there testpoints on the rpi where you can measure current? usually, there's a voltage that represent the main psu current
[14:13] <plugwash> Not really
[14:14] <plugwash> you may be able to get a rough idea by measuring across the polyswitch but it won't be linear and will likely vary from Pi to Pi
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[14:18] <zeeZ> TP1 and TP2?
[14:19] <plugwash> That tells you the main supply voltage, he was asking about current
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[14:20] <zeeZ> I should sleep more
[14:20] <zeeZ> that part got lost in transit :D
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[14:26] <Ben-> nice ok
[14:26] <Ben-> 720p plays well
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[14:30] <chris_99> is there a way to get firmware-realtek in wheeze?
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[15:03] <magnus_> who built bootcode.bin, loader.bin and start.elf?
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[15:03] <magnus_> and why is there no source code for them?
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[15:04] <bootc> magnus_: Broadcom, and because they contain things like the VideoCore firmware
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[15:05] <magnus_> why not provide the vc firmware in separate files and make the loaders opensource? how can i know if the loader support LZMA compression for the kernel, for example?
[15:05] <plugwash> because the loader runs on the GPU
[15:05] <magnus_> which one? all 3?
[15:06] <magnus_> i guess bootcode.bin initializes the GPU, loader.bin runs in the GPU, and start.elf loads/prepares the image (kernel)?
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[15:06] <plugwash> AIUI all of those files run on the GPU the videocore boots in several stages (hence three seperate files) and then finally loads the linux kernel into memory, resets the SD card controller and starts the arm core
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[15:08] <plugwash> AIUI the SOC on the Pi is more of a GPU with an ARM bolted on than an ARM with a GPU bolted on
[15:08] <magnus_> i think the bootcode.bin runs on the ARM cpu. i was trying some custom code on my RPi, that i found here: https://github.com/dwelch67/rpigpu/tree/master/thumb .. replacing the bootcode.bin with uart1.bin starts spewing on the UART
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[15:09] <magnus_> all in all, https://github.com/dwelch67/rpigpu seems like an interesting project
[15:09] <friggle> magnus_: see here http://elinux.org/RPi_Advanced_Setup#Setting_up_the_boot_partition
[15:09] <friggle> magnus_: bootcode.bin runs on the VC
[15:09] <friggle> magnus_: see https://github.com/hermanhermitage/videocoreiv
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[15:10] <magnus_> oh, a reference. that is very cool
[15:10] * Xark notes "objdump -d -marm6 /boot/start.elf" doesn't look like ARM either...
[15:11] <magnus_> anyone know why the GPU handles bootup sequence? it just seems weird..
[15:12] <Xark> magnus_: I think it is just what plugwash was saying. It is a GPU with a ARM tacked on to "load shaders". :)
[15:12] <friggle> magnus_: just the way the soc was designed. other products in the same family don't have the arm
[15:12] <magnus_> oh, ok
[15:15] <magnus_> how odd to pick such soc for a product that suppose to be more like a general linux platform for prototyping and such. not that it does a bad job, it just seems like the soc was originally built for video applications
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[15:16] <plugwash> I think it's a case of what was available at low cost and with the desired capabilities
[15:17] <magnus_> probably. anyway, thanks for clearing that up =)
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[15:25] <Adya> Hi to everybody:)
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[15:26] <Adya> How can I count words on Pi with pre-installed software?
[15:26] <Adya> In raspbian
[15:26] <friggle> Adya: wc
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[15:26] <Adya> Geany was pre-installed in debian, there was word count
[15:27] <friggle> Adya: just apt-get install geany if preferred :)
[15:28] <dutchfish> ,version mtools
[15:28] <Adya> I have no connection to Internet on pi:(
[15:29] <Adya> Ok, friggle, thank you very much, I'll use wc.
[15:29] <Adya> :)
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[15:31] <Adya> Last question. How to rename files&folders via bash?
[15:33] <lupinedk> rm foldername
[15:33] <lupinedk> err
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[15:33] <Adya> Rm=remove:(
[15:33] <mikma> mv
[15:33] <lupinedk> mv
[15:33] <Adya> Oh
[15:33] <lupinedk> ye i no
[15:33] <Adya> Thanks:)
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[15:41] <Treibholz> can I just add the regular Wheezy-Sources to raspian, to get more recent packages?
[15:42] <plugwash> NO
[15:42] <plugwash> is there any particular package that is bothering you?
[15:42] <reider59> When you get a minute Gordon..... (I`m off to make dinner now but will keep an eye out-oh so painful). Say for example I run the compiled LCD (from lcd.c). Then I run a homebrew spin off from it, just the words and web site changed. The display isn`t right, it`s full of hieroglyphics and scrolling like crazy. But if I reboot RPi and do mine first it`s perfect. Is there some routine or change needed in the pr
[15:42] <reider59> ogram to swap between the existing one and the next one we run. Say you were running an advertisement or an info screen in the doctors then wanted to switch the display to something else.
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[15:43] <Treibholz> plugwash: nothing particular yet. I was just wondering...
[15:43] <reider59> I named the other one lcdste and compiled it too
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[15:56] <SgrA> Hi, is there any way you can connect a PS2 keyboard to the RPi?
[15:57] <Maior> SgrA: have you tried a USB adaptor?
[15:58] <Draylor> no reason why it wouldnt work, most keyboards/mice came with them ~10 years ago
[15:58] <SgrA> Yeah that's one, but is it possible to connect it on GPIO?
[15:59] <Draylor> lol
[15:59] <Draylor> fun project for someone if they wanted to try i guess; albeit ultimately pointless
[15:59] <SgrA> lol.
[15:59] <SgrA> It is educational they said. It will be fun they said. :P
[15:59] <plugwash> possible yes but tricky because PS2 is mastered by the device
[16:00] <plugwash> which means unless you can trick one of the existing perhipherals into doing the heavy lifting for you you will have to do a LOT of polling which will eat CPU time
[16:00] <Draylor> hey im 100% in favour of doing stupid/pointless things "because you can" :)
[16:01] <plugwash> It may be better to have a small microcontroller handle the PS2 stuff and then pass the results over serial to the Pi
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[16:16] <`z> you spin me right round baby right round like a record baby right round right round
[16:17] <ReggieUK> SgrA, not directly but you can use gpio-keys/gpio mouse if you do the translation elsewhere
[16:17] <SgrA> Hmm, I'll read up on that.
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[16:20] <buZz> SgrA: teensy/arduino has a nice PS2 library available
[16:20] <buZz> you might be able to rewrite it for the gpio ;)
[16:21] <SgrA> I'll look it up too, thanks. :)
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[16:31] <reider59> woo hoo sausage, mashed potato, carrots and black pepper gravy, bit of mint sauce on too cos I have a taste for it lately
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[16:39] <buZz> omnomnomnom
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[17:10] <mikma> So I tried connecting my Raspi into Pioneer amplifier. Video works but audio doesn't. I changed the hdmi into TV, audio works... any ideas what's there to fix? :P
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[17:18] <buZz> mikma: setting on the pioneer
[17:18] <mikma> buzz: setting what, audio in ? hdmi? there's not that much to configure there
[17:19] <buZz> well for every input on your AV receiver you get to pick where the audio comes from
[17:19] <buZz> maybe the pioneer doesnt even support audio over hdmi?
[17:20] <mikma> buzz: the two other devices that are connected with hdmi disagree, heh (bluray + asus htpc)
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[17:22] <buZz> on the same input?
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[17:29] <mikma> buzz: now this was interesting. the dvd input didn't give any audio but i changed it to the last free input and the audio started working
[17:29] <buZz> ;)
[17:29] <buZz> AV receivers are kinda annoying
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[17:30] <mikma> i've had a small experience with them so far and yes, i must agree you 100%
[17:30] <mikma> i had 2x denon amplifiers that actually died on me for some reason. this pioneer has lasted longer than they did
[17:30] <ziltro> You mean HDMI doesn't work as well as SCART?
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[17:33] <buZz> i only have love for Onkyo AV receivers
[17:33] <buZz> as they are awesome
[17:34] <mikma> on the other note, ScummVM 1.4.1 <3 :D
[17:36] <buZz> hehe
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[17:37] <mikma> people are claiming that the fullscreen doesn't work. just set it up in the launcher as fullscreen and works fine :)
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[17:38] <SgrA> How do you guys store the uncased RPis?
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[17:38] <ziltro> I wonder if there are any modern point-and-click adventure games
[17:38] <ziltro> I liked them
[17:38] <SSilver2k2> ziltro: sam and max series
[17:38] <SSilver2k2> the walking dead
[17:39] <ziltro> I heard of Sam & Max when I was young, it is still going then?
[17:39] <SSilver2k2> yep
[17:39] <SSilver2k2> at least on steam
[17:39] <SSilver2k2> they still release updates
[17:40] <ziltro> Oh, that's windows only.
[17:40] <SSilver2k2> well???.also os x
[17:40] <SSilver2k2> and soon linux
[17:40] <SSilver2k2> not sure hwo sam and max is released
[17:41] <ziltro> I suspect I never played sam & max because one of them is an anthropomorphised dog.
[17:41] <SSilver2k2> and the other a rabbit
[17:42] <ziltro> rabbits aren't so bad.
[17:42] <muep> SgrA: on the table
[17:43] <SgrA> Just openly? lol.
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[17:43] <muep> yes
[17:43] <muep> it is not that fragile
[17:43] <ziltro> I suspect mine will be stored on the table under some dust
[17:43] <ziltro> Possibly finding its way to the floor some times.
[17:43] <mikma> ziltro: Monkey Island 1 and 2 Special Editions ;)
[17:44] <buZz> SgrA: i store it in a case ;)
[17:44] <SgrA> Cool. I guess I was a bit too careful about it. :P
[17:44] <SgrA> buZz: Nice. :P
[17:44] <techsurvivor> mine's sitting on some static foam
[17:44] <buZz> find a 3d printer nearby and print one ;)
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[17:44] <muep> afaik my older GNU/Linux-running ARM board has spent something like over 2 a uncased, lying on various kinds of tables
[17:45] <ziltro> mikma: Oh that was good IIRC. Does it run on Linux? I gave up with games until they start making them for Linux really.
[17:45] <buZz> techsurvivor: antistatic foam i guess, also that is conductive ;)
[17:45] <ziltro> Well, I played DOS games. They worked. Then they started windows games, and they never worked.
[17:45] <mikma> ziltro: hmm... let's intergoogle that
[17:47] <techsurvivor> well there's a pink polyethylent bag under it between the foam and the rpi :)
[17:47] <techsurvivor> *e
[17:47] <mikma> ziltro: should work, http://www.playonlinux.com/en/topic-3679-Secret_Of_Monkey_Island_Special_Edition.html
[17:48] <ziltro> That implies they are using Wine.
[17:48] <buZz> wine is awesome nowadays
[17:48] <buZz> loads of games run at native speeds or faster
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[18:39] <nickds> is there any media player with gpu acceleration for x ?
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[18:56] <mikma> now, what's the best way of playing music with raspberry pi if all the music is located in windows pc? shairport?
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[18:58] <jra___> the best or the easiest way?
[18:58] <jra___> I'd look into mpd
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[19:01] <mikma> jra___: idea is to "stream" the music into raspberry pi and not store the music locally
[19:01] <mikma> i'm not sure can MPD manage that
[19:02] <techsurvivor> nfs if you know much about it, or samba mount
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[19:02] <jra___> that's what mpd is all about
[19:02] <jra___> and networking file systems
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[19:03] <buZz> mpd is awesome
[19:03] <buZz> i have mpd running on a seagate dockstar here
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[19:03] <buZz> with upnp mounted from a NAS ;)
[19:05] <ziltro> Can't you mount the windows machine as a share?
[19:06] <jra___> you can
[19:06] <ziltro> MPD is the only music player I've found to do single mode, properly.
[19:06] <ziltro> Although I had to send a patch to make it work sanely.
[19:07] <buZz> ziltro: no windows machines are illegal to use
[19:07] <ziltro> Well I try not to use windows.
[19:07] <buZz> no source == not executing :)
[19:07] <ziltro> Except the other day when I tried to use windows 8 and it didn't work.
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[19:08] <buZz> works as designed
[19:08] <ziltro> Actually it had a great error message
[19:08] <ziltro> Something like "This software requires a 64-bit CPU. Press enter to try again."
[19:08] <ziltro> The 32-bit version didn't work either, for different reasons.
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[19:14] <techsurvivor> install smbclient and do this line to do smb mount like this http://www.raspberrypi.org/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?p=116676#p116676
[19:14] <techsurvivor> i just tried it because it was an interesting problem :)
[19:14] <techsurvivor> and someone else already pointed it out heh
[19:16] <techsurvivor> oh and obviously you have to "share" the directory and allow users to use the folder that you are sharing. if you need help with that ask, it's all under "properties" when you right click the folder that you want to share though
[19:16] <techsurvivor> don't know about the best music player though :) , on your own with that one, sox?
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[19:21] <ziltro> Best music player is mpd. ;)
[19:22] <techsurvivor> I should also add if you have trouble connecting try it without the "password=" part and then it will ask you for your password, which is a little more secure anyway
[19:22] <ziltro> I've got an Arch laptop running ncmpcpp automatically on startup.
[19:22] <ziltro> Its like a portable music player, but in laptop form
[19:22] <techsurvivor> never used it, I like amarok, but it's a bit heavy for rpi
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[19:24] <ziltro> I mainly play music for live stage performances, in an amatrue capacity.
[19:24] <ziltro> So single mode is essential.
[19:24] <techsurvivor> looks cool, would you put it on your windows box and then just control it from the rpi?
[19:24] <ziltro> That would play music via the windows machine.
[19:24] <techsurvivor> (and listen obviously heh)
[19:24] <ziltro> The server does all the read file > play sounds.
[19:25] <techsurvivor> yeah, woudl lighten the load on the rpi
[19:25] <ziltro> The client, which can be connected via TCP/IP is more like a remote control.
[19:25] <ziltro> You can disconnect the client and music stays playing.
[19:25] <techsurvivor> although I wonder how much of a load it would have just playing mp3's , hrrrm brb
[19:25] <ziltro> My 486 could play MP3s.
[19:25] <ziltro> I wouldn't worry.
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[19:26] <techsurvivor> mine could too but it used a significant amount of cpu :)
[19:26] <techsurvivor> but that was like a 100Mhz machine heh, I still remember going "oooooo" at the file size
[19:26] <ziltro> Oh yes, but if it is only playing music that shouldn't be a problem.
[19:26] <ziltro> Three megabytes???
[19:27] <ziltro> Took ages to download my first MP3 at, I think, 9600bps
[19:27] <techsurvivor> i downloaded a lot of mp3's at 57.6 kbaud heh
[19:27] <ziltro> Yeah that wasn't such a bad speed
[19:27] <techsurvivor> actually Kbps :) baud is differnt lol
[19:28] <ziltro> Baudot Rate
[19:28] <techsurvivor> i don't think i've used 9600 since my first run at some local bbs's
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[19:32] <ziltro> I don't miss 9600.
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[19:36] <sirspazzolot> so apparently I can't close file manager windows
[19:38] <sirspazzolot> ehh, any ideas? I guess I'll try through htop or something but the gui won't let me close them
[19:40] <nexus10> newbie problem here, can't get keyboard working -- using powered usb hub, Dell L100 wired kbd, and measuring 4.94V from T1 to T2. Do I need more powerful hub?
[19:42] <techsurvivor> 4.94 should be fine, I think you're good down to like 4.8 or so
[19:42] <techsurvivor> unless you're having problems
[19:43] <techsurvivor> it also depends on your power supply, load it down and then measure your voltage (hdmi to tv, keyboard and mouse)
[19:43] <techsurvivor> but if everything is workign and you aren't getting kernel panics or lockups you should be fine
[19:45] <nexus10> I can't access the pi at all :-( ... the caps lock light does not come on when I toggle the key, no response on screen -- using compositeRCA to TV
[19:46] <techsurvivor> ou have the latest rpi image?
[19:46] <techsurvivor> you*
[19:47] <nexus10> nope -- trying that next --- raspbian?
[19:47] <x29a> anybody else experience network probs with the rpi after some idle time?
[19:47] <techsurvivor> try that, I had kernel panic issues with original image
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[19:47] <techsurvivor> there were some sd cards it didn't like
[19:47] <techsurvivor> including mine :)
[19:47] <nperry> /win 3
[19:47] <techsurvivor> new image fixed that
[19:47] <nexus10> techsurvivor: will try -- thanks
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[19:47] <x29a> leds are still on, but cant ping/ssh
[19:48] <x29a> its a headless setup so i cant check whats wrong
[19:48] <techsurvivor> x29a, wireless or wired?
[19:48] <x29a> wired
[19:48] <techsurvivor> nope, had some issues with wireless, so I can't help :(
[19:48] <techsurvivor> you probably need to hook it up and look at /var/log/messages to see if anything in there helps (and dmesg)
[19:49] <techsurvivor> hook it up to tv :)
[19:49] <techsurvivor> i know it's a pain lol, I love accessing over network with xwindows and ssh
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[19:49] <x29a> yeah, i just thought of checking the logs
[19:49] <techsurvivor> reboot and check the logs
[19:50] <techsurvivor> mine has been pretty darn stable with latest release and with bootc's stuff as well
[19:51] <techsurvivor> running about 3 days now (wired)
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[19:59] <sirspazzolot> techsurvivor, too lazy to look up what bootc's custom kernel does. would you like to enlighten me? :)
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[20:07] <techsurvivor> sirspazzolot: it's just a newer kernel, I don't know of any advantages currently of it over the 3.1.9 kernel
[20:07] <sirspazzolot> oh, okay
[20:07] <techsurvivor> he does say there are some security issues with 3.1.9, so if i had a forward facing web server (to the internet) I might use his :)
[20:07] <techsurvivor> just one example
[20:10] <techsurvivor> http://www.bootc.net/archives/2012/06/12/why-i-wont-support-a-3-1-kernel/
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[20:11] <sirspazzolot> cool
[20:12] <sirspazzolot> completely unrelated but has anybody gotten framebuffer support for netsurf working on a pi
[20:12] <sirspazzolot> I tried it on a gentoo box a while ago and it just wouldn't work
[20:13] <sirspazzolot> and graphical web browsing is really the only reason I launch a window manager
[20:13] <mikma> alright, got windows share showing in raspi :) awesome
[20:14] <nio> so is there anything cool we can do with the raspberry?
[20:14] <mikma> no :(
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[20:15] <j0n45> hi
[20:15] <j0n45> does anybody know where can i get the most recent config to build the kernel
[20:15] <j0n45> ?
[20:15] <nio> i had so much hope ... but i am ... you know, i am already disliked linux 20 years ago
[20:15] <buZz> j0n45: in /proc/config.gz ? :)
[20:16] <buZz> 20:12 <+nio> so is there anything cool we can do with the raspberry?
[20:16] <buZz> lol
[20:16] <buZz> you know what is cool?
[20:16] <buZz> that you send your raspi to me and stop complaining
[20:16] <buZz> \o/
[20:16] <nio> i have 3 of them ...
[20:16] <nio> you want all?
[20:16] <buZz> yes send all 3
[20:16] <buZz> i will give you 1 hour of 3d printing per raspi :)
[20:16] <nio> hey buzz, you are also reprap! so ...
[20:17] <techsurvivor> quit being greedy, let him send me one
[20:17] <buZz> ;)
[20:17] <techsurvivor> oh well I can't compete with that
[20:17] <nio> can i connect my rasp to the reprap?
[20:17] <buZz> yes you can
[20:17] <buZz> reprap has usb, raspi has usb
[20:17] <nio> hmm
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[20:18] <nio> thats not cool ... usb is like lame
[20:18] <j0n45> buZz: Tkx
[20:18] <j0n45> :)
[20:18] <buZz> j0n45: did that help you?
[20:18] <j0n45> yep
[20:18] <buZz> j0n45: it would be the current config of the kernel you are running
[20:18] <buZz> :)
[20:18] <j0n45> yeah its wheezy
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[20:19] <j0n45> i have just compiled enlightment in the raspberry
[20:19] <buZz> awesome :)
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[20:19] <j0n45> for anyone who wants to use it with touch screen its pretty cool
[20:19] <j0n45> not to heavy
[20:19] <buZz> i should continue on my raspi's screen
[20:19] <buZz> but i'm too lazy
[20:19] <j0n45> ehehehe
[20:19] <buZz> also i need a new baseball cap
[20:19] <buZz> to hack up for this screen
[20:19] <j0n45> i'm half through mine
[20:19] <j0n45> ;)
[20:20] <buZz> hehe
[20:20] <j0n45> lol
[20:20] <buZz> my current one is fine
[20:20] <j0n45> baseball cap?
[20:20] <nio> touchscreen???
[20:20] <nio> how????
[20:20] <nio> ebay link! please
[20:20] <buZz> but i want to poke a screen through the cap of the baseball cap
[20:20] <j0n45> lool
[20:20] <buZz> and a mirror in front of my eye
[20:20] <j0n45> LOOOOOOOL
[20:20] <j0n45> :D
[20:20] <j0n45> omg
[20:20] <buZz> actually not a mirror, but a beamsplitter
[20:20] <buZz> want to see my projectpage j0n45 ?
[20:21] <buZz> more of a braindump ..
[20:21] <j0n45> nio i think it's best for you to order it from china
[20:21] <buZz> http://nurdspace.nl/Wearable_Computer
[20:21] <j0n45> i am thinking on buying a resistive to be cheapper
[20:21] <buZz> do you want to connect touchscreen to the CSI connector?
[20:21] <buZz> or what is it called
[20:21] <buZz> i heard that a lot of cellphones have a touchscreen+tft with the same connector
[20:22] <buZz> lets hope it will support those in time :)
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[20:22] <j0n45> nice screen buZz
[20:22] <buZz> yeah i hope the project will succeed
[20:22] <buZz> do you like my keyboard aswell? :D
[20:23] <j0n45> i'm still thinking on how to do it
[20:23] <buZz> ah ok
[20:23] <buZz> there are USB touchscreens aswell
[20:23] <j0n45> maybe just using the serial interface
[20:23] <buZz> but i feel that is cheating
[20:23] <j0n45> yeahh
[20:23] <j0n45> I'm already cheatting with the hdmi dvi converter :D
[20:23] <buZz> hehe
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[20:24] <buZz> i will just be using the analogue
[20:24] <buZz> :(
[20:24] <j0n45> have you tested yours
[20:24] <buZz> dont have the monies for a hdmi HMD
[20:24] <j0n45> ?
[20:24] <buZz> tested what?
[20:24] <j0n45> ehehe
[20:24] <buZz> analog output?
[20:24] <j0n45> your cap?
[20:24] <buZz> eh
[20:24] <buZz> 20:18 <+buZz> also i need a new baseball cap
[20:24] <buZz> 20:18 <+buZz> to hack up for this screen
[20:24] <buZz> first need to get a cap
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[20:24] <j0n45> ah
[20:25] <buZz> then hack a hole in it
[20:25] <j0n45> you printed your box?
[20:25] <buZz> then design a mounting
[20:25] <buZz> yes
[20:25] <nio> i have lots of money, i want to brew my own beer!
[20:25] <j0n45> thats really nice..
[20:25] <buZz> nio: that wont help
[20:25] <j0n45> LOL
[20:25] <buZz> nio: brewing beer is cheap
[20:25] <buZz> j0n45: i have a superawesome raspi case now
[20:25] <buZz> http://gallery.nurdspace.nl/picture.php?/105/category/5
[20:25] <nio> its the ultimative goal, think of it, why go to the moon?
[20:25] <j0n45> the one in the picture is nice
[20:25] <buZz> battery connection, ampere monitor
[20:25] <buZz> etc
[20:25] <buZz> :)
[20:26] <j0n45> great
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[20:26] <altech2k3> I am sure this question has been asked often, but does anyone know when these units will go into actual production?
[20:26] <j0n45> congrats looks really nice
[20:26] <buZz> when which units?
[20:26] <buZz> altech2k3: which units are you talking about?
[20:26] <j0n45> version A?
[20:26] <j0n45> ah
[20:26] <nio> raspberry pi?
[20:27] <buZz> altech2k3: please talk
[20:27] <nio> they already sell them, but are slow
[20:27] <buZz> :)
[20:27] <nio> i got mine after 2 months!
[20:27] <buZz> they are producing almost 3000 raspi every day
[20:27] <j0n45> do your's output sound
[20:27] <j0n45> ???
[20:27] <j0n45> i have just tried
[20:27] <j0n45> and nothing
[20:27] <nio> i never tested sound, but i bought a soundblaster play!
[20:27] <buZz> j0n45: havent tried yet, but i imagine you need to unmute the output ;)
[20:27] <j0n45> humm
[20:27] <buZz> alsamixer
[20:27] <j0n45> really
[20:27] <buZz> really
[20:27] <j0n45> nope
[20:27] <buZz> no?
[20:27] <buZz> WHAT NO
[20:27] <buZz> :P
[20:27] <j0n45> alsamoxer doesn't detect anything
[20:28] <j0n45> *alsamixer
[20:28] <buZz> alsamixer -c1 ?
[20:28] <j0n45> just saw it
[20:28] <buZz> aplay -l
[20:28] <buZz> ?
[20:28] <jac-macondo> How are you trying to push sound
[20:28] <jac-macondo> Hia hdmi or analog?
[20:28] <buZz> forcefully :P
[20:28] <j0n45> pi@raspberrypi ~/Documents $ alsamixer -c1
[20:28] <j0n45> invalid card index: 1
[20:28] <buZz> hehe
[20:28] <j0n45> analog
[20:28] <jac-macondo> Lol
[20:28] <buZz> what does aplay -l give?
[20:29] <jac-macondo> What os r u running,
[20:29] <j0n45> lol
[20:29] <j0n45> wait
[20:29] <j0n45> alsamixer -c0
[20:29] <j0n45> this works
[20:29] <buZz> :D
[20:29] <j0n45> but how can i choose between hdmi and analog sound?
[20:30] <j0n45> jac-macondo: im running wheezy
[20:30] <buZz> why not raspbian??
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[20:30] <j0n45> same thing
[20:30] <buZz> hehe awesome;
[20:30] <buZz> root@raspberry-pi:~# aplay -l
[20:30] <buZz> aplay: device_list:252: no soundcards found...
[20:30] <j0n45> lol
[20:30] <buZz> :D
[20:30] <buZz> guess i need to load some module :)
[20:31] <j0n45> but mine gives me a sound card
[20:31] <jac-macondo> From digital edit your config. Txt
[20:31] <j0n45> yeah
[20:31] <SgrA> What are the GPIO like heads just right of the SoC?
[20:31] <buZz> SgrA: JTAG
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[20:31] <buZz> SgrA: jtag for the videocore
[20:31] <buZz> SgrA: the unsoldered next to it are jtag for the networkcard
[20:31] <j0n45> tkx jac-macondo, i didn't really searched it on google
[20:32] <SgrA> Ah.
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[20:33] <jac-macondo> Anyway got to go
[20:34] <jac-macondo> Buzz... Cool project
[20:34] <buZz> :)
[20:34] <buZz> hope you keep reading as i continue ;)
[20:34] <jac-macondo> Oh I will :)
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[20:36] <nio> the wlan of my raspberry just stopped working and my stick seems to only work in 5ghz with the fritzbox, and i am too lazy
[20:36] <buZz> terrible
[20:36] <buZz> i feel your pain
[20:37] <buZz> do you want to talk about it?
[20:37] <buZz> /script load eliza.pl
[20:37] <buZz> /eliza_auto_doctor nio
[20:38] <nio> well the wlan stick also does not work correctly in my pc ... when only 2.4 ..
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[20:38] <nio> but the wpa thingy of the raspberry, its in the other room
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[20:45] <nio> so really, what can you do with the raspberry pi?
[20:45] <rm> everything!
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[20:47] <buZz> nio: anything you can think of
[20:47] <buZz> nio: if you lacking imagination, nothing ;)
[20:49] <x29a> nio: if the later is the case, donate it!
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[20:50] <nio> i can imagine girls!
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[21:27] <danners> hey i installed clang on the debian wheezy image. when i try to compile something i get this: /usr/bin/ld: cannot find crt1.o: No such file or directory
[21:27] <danners> does somebody know how to fix that?
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[21:39] <techsurvivor> danners: try sudo ldconfig
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[21:40] <danners> techsurvivor: doesnt help
[21:41] <techsurvivor> oh then I'm at a loss, I assume you tried a reboot ? :)
[21:41] <danners> techsurvivor: nah but i dont think it would help
[21:41] <techsurvivor> probably won't if the ldconfig didn't
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[21:43] <techsurvivor> do you have this file ? /usr/lib/arm-linux-gnueabihf/crt1.
[21:43] <techsurvivor> with a .o on it heh
[21:44] <danners> techsurvivor: i do
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[21:45] <techsurvivor> i wonder what's up then, your linker can't seem to find it.
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[21:45] <techsurvivor> what are you trying to compile?
[21:45] <danners> techsurvivor: just some sample files i wrote, g++ compiles them fine
[21:46] <techsurvivor> gcc fails though?
[21:46] <danners> techsurvivor: yeah its c++ code
[21:46] <Gorroth> still waiting on my rpi :) i think september i get it?
[21:46] <rabbidrabbit> did you try clang++
[21:46] <danners> rabbidrabbit: yeah that is what gets me the error
[21:47] <techsurvivor> try adding "-L /usr/lib/arm-linux-gnueabihf/" to your compile flags
[21:47] <danners> i think it compiles for the wrong architecture
[21:47] <Gorroth> yeah, on some gcc builds, you can't use the "gcc" command to build c++; you either have to use g++ or pass the right switches to gcc
[21:47] <danners> because it says unknown platform assuming -mfloat-abi=soft
[21:48] <techsurvivor> i think you have to use the *vfp or whatever it is don't you?
[21:48] <techsurvivor> i forget the exact -m
[21:48] <techsurvivor> if you moved to the new stuff
[21:49] <techsurvivor> let me see if I can find the exact option in bootc's stuff heh, I don't think that would stop it from finding the .o file though
[21:50] <danners> techsurvivor: if you mean -mfpu=vfp it doesnt help
[21:50] <techsurvivor> yeah
[21:50] <techsurvivor> oh well
[21:50] <danners> meh i will just use g++ for now then
[21:51] <techsurvivor> did you try to tell it where the library was with -L ?
[21:51] <danners> techsurvivor: yeah didnt work either
[21:52] <techsurvivor> dang try one last thing "-L /usr/lib/arm-linux-gnueabihf/ -l crt1.o" , that's my last idea :)
[21:52] <techsurvivor> if it can't find the library with that then I don't know how much else you can feed it :)
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[21:53] <danners> techsurvivor: nah, but thanks a lot of your ideas
[21:54] <techsurvivor> well good luck
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[22:06] <Maior> possibly dim question but does anyone have details / specs of the piface board?
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[22:13] <Maior> (specifically, I'm looking to do pwm via GPIO and suspect putting relays in the way would be inconvenient...)
[22:14] <aaa801> http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=271022314399
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[22:16] <skoenman> hey gys
[22:16] <skoenman> guys
[22:16] <skoenman> anybody here???
[22:16] <aaa801> ??
[22:16] <sirspazzolot> responses aren't instant in irc channels
[22:16] <sirspazzolot> calm down
[22:16] <skoenman> lol
[22:16] * aaa801 wonders what the heck skoenman wants
[22:16] <aaa801> :p
[22:16] <aaa801> ask ye question boy
[22:16] <skoenman> quick question
[22:17] <aaa801> ask thens
[22:17] <skoenman> do any of you know if one can use the rasberry for a dvr????
[22:17] <skoenman> analog or ip???
[22:17] <aaa801> proberly not
[22:17] <skoenman> hmm
[22:18] <skoenman> i see it can run debian???
[22:18] <sirspazzolot> not practically but I guess it's possible in theory isn't it?
[22:18] <sirspazzolot> yes, it runs debian
[22:18] <aaa801> yes
[22:18] <skoenman> it should be able to run zoneminder???
[22:18] <skoenman> which is debian/ubuntu
[22:18] <sirspazzolot> skoenman the device has no sort of video input
[22:18] <skoenman> works on it
[22:19] <skoenman> yeah but you can use usb-rca in
[22:19] <skoenman> or even better is the ip cameras
[22:19] <sirspazzolot> oh, then go ahead and do it
[22:19] <sirspazzolot> maybe it'll work
[22:20] <sirspazzolot> does anybody know if anybody's made a deb of the bootc kernel for armhf?
[22:20] <skoenman> will have to test and see
[22:20] <sirspazzolot> cough techsurvivor
[22:22] <bootc> sirspazzolot: it's the *same* kernel for armel and armhf
[22:22] <bootc> just force the architecture
[22:23] <sirspazzolot> oh hi bootc
[22:23] <SSilver2k2> lmao???.my little power switch microusb experiment worked
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[22:24] <Derben> SSilver2k2: huh?
[22:24] <SSilver2k2> one sec, uploaded picture
[22:25] <SSilver2k2> https://www.dropbox.com/s/5khppw4v5nd85zb/Photo%20Jul%2022%2C%204%2013%2055%20PM.jpg
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[22:25] <Derben> have mercy, im on irssi
[22:25] <SSilver2k2> https://www.dropbox.com/s/iiukan4ebflf3t2/Photo%20Jul%2022%2C%204%2013%2045%20PM.jpg
[22:25] <Hopsy> I cant hibernate in windows anymore, HELP!
[22:26] <sirspazzolot> lol I like your personal error messages bootc
[22:26] <Derben> cant i copy from irsse?
[22:27] <bootc> sirspazzolot: ?
[22:27] <buZz> awesome cable SSilver2k2 :)
[22:28] <sirspazzolot> "Hmm. The package shipped with a symbolic link..."
[22:28] <SSilver2k2> buZz: the raspberrypi now has a power switch lol
[22:28] <buZz> :)
[22:28] <sykes> quake1 port anyone ??
[22:28] <buZz> port?
[22:28] <buZz> why? is there no sdlquake?
[22:28] <sirspazzolot> lol nice ssilver2k2
[22:28] <bootc> sirspazzolot: ahh, that's make-kpkg
[22:28] <sykes> just not sure if someone has cross compiled it yet ;)
[22:28] <sirspazzolot> oh.
[22:29] <SSilver2k2> i thought someone did?
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[22:43] <SSilver2k2> i just downloaded the sdlquake source. compiling it now. lets see what happens
[22:45] <sykes> :o
[22:45] <aaa801> Dont think sdl is accelerated yet
[22:45] <aaa801> so its going to be slow :D
[22:45] <sykes> i reaally gotta get my build chain sorted
[22:45] <sykes> ;)
[22:45] <aaa801> meh
[22:45] <aaa801> just build in a chroot
[22:45] <aaa801> :<
[22:45] <sykes> was looking ay ezquake
[22:45] <sykes> too much crazycode
[22:45] <aaa801> sykes, you know there is a raspberry pi quake patched righty
[22:45] <sykes> links!!
[22:46] <aaa801> https://github.com/raspberrypi/quake3/
[22:46] <aaa801> lol
[22:46] <sykes> pah
[22:46] <aaa801> ??
[22:46] <sykes> that q3 has flooded google indexing ;)
[22:46] <sykes> im talking quake 1
[22:46] <sykes> ;)
[22:46] <aaa801> :o
[22:46] <aaa801> should be similar patches tho
[22:46] <sykes> the q3 port is funky though.. had a good spin on the it the other day :D
[22:46] <SSilver2k2> ill just keep overclocking my pi till quake runs right
[22:46] <SSilver2k2> lol
[22:46] <sykes> fps is touch and go
[22:46] <sykes> :D
[22:46] <sykes> unclocked ~10-23fps
[22:46] <aaa801> i loved wiidoom
[22:46] <aaa801> :3
[22:47] <aaa801> wiiquake*
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[22:47] <Ionic`> hm, damn :|
[22:47] <buZz> NO CURSING
[22:47] <buZz> ZOMGH
[22:47] <Ionic`> ZOMGSH!
[22:48] <buZz> THERE MIGHT BE CHILDREN PRESENT
[22:48] <buZz> KEEP YOUR CLOTHES ON!1!1!
[22:48] <Ionic`> seems like OSS is using ASM code
[22:48] <Ionic`> thus
[22:48] <Ionic`> yeah, shitty for non-x86
[22:48] <buZz> luckily we have alsa
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[22:48] <Ionic`> ALSA is a pile of <censored>
[22:49] <buZz> better than pulse ;)
[22:49] <Ionic`> ????
[22:49] <Ionic`> that's not making any sense
[22:49] <buZz> ??/??/?
[22:49] <Ionic`> apples and oranges
[22:49] <buZz> rabarber and vanilla custard
[22:50] <Ionic`> seriously
[22:50] <SSilver2k2> aww, totally forgot about the x86 asm. can't compile sdlquake
[22:50] <SSilver2k2> lol
[22:50] <Ionic`> pulseaudio is some userspace wrapper
[22:50] <Ionic`> SSilver2k2: you too? awesumz!
[22:50] <aaa801> "friend" just asked if i could fast forward live tv
[22:50] <aaa801> i think hes not smart
[22:50] <aaa801> =/
[22:50] <buZz> aaa801: tell him ??yes, if i rewind it first'
[22:51] <SSilver2k2> Ionic`: i forgot iD loves their inline ASM
[22:51] <aaa801> <3 my hacked sky box
[22:51] <aaa801> :3
[22:51] <buZz> there is http://www.raspberrypi.org/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?t=9885&p=113112
[22:51] <Ionic`> SSilver2k2: same for OSS
[22:52] <Ionic`> apparently
[22:52] <SSilver2k2> OSS?
[22:52] <Ionic`> Open Sound System
[22:52] <SSilver2k2> ah
[22:54] <Ionic`> hm
[22:54] <sykes> SSilver2k2: good try :D
[22:54] <Ionic`> or wait
[22:54] <Ionic`> maybe gcc just doesn't like the syntax
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[22:54] <sykes> buZz: ahh yea q2 ;) i'll defo get aq2 running on that ;)
[22:54] <sykes> <-- ahl + ahl2 mod dev
[22:54] <SSilver2k2> well???. theres a post about getting it to run on a chumby
[22:55] <SSilver2k2> which is arm
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[22:55] <buZz> seems the port is already done :P
[22:55] <buZz> ah yeah i had quake 1 on my chumby
[22:55] <SSilver2k2> modifies the makefile a bit
[22:55] <Ionic`> lol
[22:55] <SSilver2k2> gunna go try that
[22:55] <Ionic`> chumby
[22:55] <x29a> i always wanted a chumby
[22:56] <Ionic`> it seems heavily redundant
[22:56] <Ionic`> and unsupported now anyway
[22:56] <Ionic`> and wth
[22:56] <x29a> yeah, back when it came out
[22:56] <x29a> im over it now, kinda ;(
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[22:57] <SSilver2k2> the guy who made the chumby went over to openmoko and helped make the wikireader
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[22:58] <ziltro> I read about OSS4 vs ALSA vs etc. the other day, and OSS4 looks quite good.
[22:58] <Ionic`> OSS is nice indeed
[22:59] <ziltro> It seems to be open source too now
[22:59] <Ionic`> lol
[22:59] <Ionic`> it is for several years, yeah
[22:59] <Ionic`> I guess I've been only using OSS on my linux boxes for the last five years
[23:00] <ziltro> What would be nice is some cooperation in making one good sound system.
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[23:00] <ziltro> Like take whichever is the best, and add features the others have and it doesn't, and use that.
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[23:01] <Ionic`> ziltro: politics
[23:01] <Ionic`> will never happen
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[23:01] <ziltro> Perhaps a non-polititian needs to do it?
[23:01] <Ionic`> you won't find any
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[23:02] <Ionic`> the problem I see with OSS is that it's still lacking useful features
[23:02] <ziltro> Take eg. OSS4 and call it "Linux Amazing Super Sound"
[23:02] <Ionic`> like power management
[23:02] <techsurvivor> the sound stuff always confused me. I thought alsa basically "fixed" and could use OSS stuff as well ?
[23:02] <Ionic`> or proper suspend and resume support
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[23:02] <ziltro> OSS was good then new features because closed-source so ALSA became a replacement
[23:02] <Ionic`> techsurvivor: ALSA didn't fix anything, ALSA re-implemented sound for linux (albeit badly)
[23:03] <ziltro> OSS is open-source again but hasn't made it back into the kernel.
[23:03] <ziltro> If it did perhaps more people would care and/or work on it
[23:03] <ziltro> To make it amazinggood
[23:04] <techsurvivor> ah... yeah, I hadn't had any problems with sound recently, so I kind of haven't been following it :)
[23:04] <techsurvivor> I just play videos and flash, I don't do anything fancy :)
[23:04] <techsurvivor> and music of course
[23:04] <ziltro> Do you do both at the same time?
[23:04] <techsurvivor> yeah
[23:04] <ziltro> Wow you're lucky
[23:04] <techsurvivor> doesn't seem to be any problem on ubuntu
[23:05] <Ionic`> lol
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[23:05] <Ionic`> I hate Flash with a passion
[23:05] <SUPERREGGIEUK> mwuhahaha
[23:05] <SUPERREGGIEUK> i shall destroy all signs of swearing in channel
[23:05] <SUPERREGGIEUK> :<
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[23:05] <aaa801> :P
[23:05] <sykes> im guessing SSilver2k2 got it going..
[23:05] <techsurvivor> i don't like flash much either, i wish everyone would just use html5
[23:05] <sykes> by the long silence..
[23:05] <aaa801> Ohi reggieuk
[23:05] <sykes> l)
[23:05] <sykes> hehe
[23:06] <ziltro> There are swearing signs in some countries.
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[23:06] * aaa801 thinks the people in subway arnt too smart
[23:06] <aaa801> i used a voucher today, payed and they gave me the voucher back :p
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[23:07] <boomtakzaag> meanwhile in the raspberrypi room
[23:07] <SSilver2k2> nope
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[23:08] <SSilver2k2> got distracted by my raspbian download
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[23:08] <sykes> ahh yus
[23:08] <buZz> boomtakzaag <- lol @ nickname
[23:08] <sykes> should make alot more things work ;)
[23:08] <Stoob> damnit raspbmc >:(
[23:08] <sykes> like sound etc..
[23:09] <sykes> patched wheezy for class 10 SD, broke also build
[23:09] <boomtakzaag> buZz lang geleden dat ik hier nederlanders voorbij zie komen :d
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[23:10] <buZz> aannames vermoorden de kat!
[23:10] <buZz> maar eh ja
[23:10] <buZz> boomtakzaag: ben je al lid van een nederlandse hackerspace?
[23:10] <buZz> s/lid/deelnemer/
[23:10] <boomtakzaag> nee
[23:10] <buZz> suf!
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[23:11] <buZz> waar woon je?
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[23:11] <boomtakzaag> noorbrabant
[23:11] <buZz> ah, ja, daar is er nog altijd geen 'echte'
[23:11] <buZz> onze zit redelijk tegen NB aan ;)
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[23:12] <buZz> http://nurdspace.nl/
[23:12] <boomtakzaag> haha zo hoort een tafel eruit te zien, lijkt eigenlijk best wel veel op de meuk die hier de tafel versiert
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[23:13] <buZz> bij mij thuis werd het ook altijd langzaam een hackerspace
[23:13] <buZz> dus vandaar nu maar officieus
[23:14] <Ionic`> da?
[23:14] <Ionic`> suddenly, dutch!
[23:14] <buZz> ja
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[23:15] <buZz> vis
[23:15] <Ionic`> even more dutch
[23:15] <buZz> maybe this means he never pays
[23:15] <Ionic`> who pays what? :p
[23:16] <buZz> wait i get confused, 'going dutch' on dates ..
[23:16] <Ionic`> huh?
[23:16] <buZz> means each pays his share, right?
[23:16] <Ionic`> ok, hold on there
[23:16] <Ionic`> I don't go out on dates
[23:16] <buZz> ah yes
[23:16] <buZz> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Going_Dutch
[23:17] <buZz> its like french kissing, but not sexual
[23:17] <Ionic`> hmm, didn;t know that
[23:17] <Ionic`> then again, my social interaction is minimal
[23:17] <buZz> it can be challenging for some :)
[23:17] <boomtakzaag> poor dutch man dont pay no drink
[23:17] <Ionic`> "poor"?
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[23:17] <Ionic`> money-wise, that's a good decision
[23:17] <buZz> i ran all our hackerspace members through some autist test, and everyone scored pretty high :P
[23:18] <Ionic`> ah the infamous autism test
[23:18] <buZz> yes, _the_
[23:19] <Ionic`> we were asked to do that in university
[23:19] <buZz> 'do you drool on first dates?'
[23:19] <Ionic`> on the first day
[23:19] <buZz> '2 4 8 x 32, what is x'
[23:19] <buZz> 'omg 16! you must be assburgin'
[23:19] <Ionic`> huh
[23:20] <boomtakzaag> which university do you go to?
[23:20] <buZz> arspurgers
[23:20] <boomtakzaag> eindhoeven?
[23:20] <boomtakzaag> eindhoven*
[23:20] <buZz> i'm autodidact
[23:20] <Ionic`> I'm German
[23:20] <buZz> fancy
[23:20] <boomtakzaag> also also
[23:20] <buZz> i'm germanic :)
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[23:23] <NatureTM> Anyone using a WG111 (rtl8187) WiFi dongle? I'm not getting much more than 20kB/sec and I'm wondering if I should be getting more.
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[23:32] <buZz> not me :)
[23:33] <buZz> tried four different wireless sticks, but not that one
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[23:34] <NatureTM> you're useless
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[23:34] <NatureTM> XD
[23:34] <techsurvivor> unless he sends you one of the four workng ones ? :)
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[23:35] <NatureTM> I would then consider him useful
[23:35] <aaa801> holy heck
[23:35] <aaa801> i just found my ds games :O
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[23:51] <Stoob> grrr
[23:51] <Stoob> cant get raspbmc working properly
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[23:55] <j0n45> hi guys
[23:55] <j0n45> does anyone know how do i create an img file
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[23:55] <j0n45> from the memory card?
[23:55] <j0n45> just to keep a backup of what is there
[23:55] <dogmatic69> Hi all. I got two wifi dongles and hoping to make one work on the raspberry pi. They both work out the box on ubuntu >= 10.10
[23:56] <dogmatic69> any idea where I can get started?
[23:56] <PhotoJim> dogmatic69: if you go sudo lsusb -v | less and find the information about your WiFi NIC in there, you can figure out what module you need. then you'd have to figure out if it's compiled and present or if you need to rebuild the kernel to include it.
[23:57] <x29a> j0n45: you could do a dd ;)
[23:59] <j0n45> humm
[23:59] <j0n45> i'll try

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