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IRC Log for 2012-10-04

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[0:02] <Mike632T> That is what I'm trying to do - I can use find -exec to list the contents of each lock file and I can check to see if a process is running but I guess what I need to know to jjoin thing up is how to exec more than one command for each lock file I find.. I could use the blunder buss approach and just check to see if lock file 1,2,3,4 exists in turn but that doesn't seem quite right..
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[0:04] <[diecast]> dunno know about x11 lock file contents
[0:04] <[diecast]> but i could probably figure something out in a oneliner if you give me some real example content
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[0:09] <Mike632T> the lock files seem to hold the PID of the xserver process so I can list them with find /tmp/ -type f -name '.X*' -exec cat {} +
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[0:09] <SSilver2k2> lo all
[0:10] <SSilver2k2> http://blog.sheasilverman.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/Photo-Oct-03-10-45-43-AM-e1349276916608.jpg
[0:10] <SSilver2k2> been working on this :-D i have access to a laser cutter now
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[0:12] <alcides> SSilver2k2 LOL awesome
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[0:13] <SSilver2k2> was working on it till midnight last night at my local hackerspace
[0:13] <SSilver2k2> totally lost track of time
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[0:17] <Mike632T> once I've got the PID I can use ps -ae | grep $pid to see it it is running
[0:19] <[diecast]> Mike632T: you might want to check out netstat -naep or lsof
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[0:23] <Mike632T> Problem is working out how to combine check the process is running each time find -exec returns a pid, and increment a counter of it is at the same time
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[0:23] <Mike632T> Thin I'll go back to my blunderbuss approach for now - or even just count the number of lock files..
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[0:34] <Mike632T> 1
[0:34] <Mike632T> 2
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[0:36] <Mike632T> 3
[0:38] <Mike632T> 209 MB RAM used 3 concurrent remote sessions each running the file browser - terminal window, with top, and and edit session - not bad at all.
[0:38] <Mike632T> no swap
[0:40] <Mike632T> gg
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[2:27] <extremx> can someone help me change the state on a gpio pin?
[2:27] <extremx> here is what i tried
[2:27] <extremx> root@raspberrypi:/home/pi# echo "1" > /sys/class/gpio/gpio4/value
[2:27] <extremx> bash: echo: write error: Operation not permitted
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[2:30] <Opinie> anyone happen to know, if it's possible to backup a pi with dd in mac os x?
[2:30] <extremx> sure
[2:30] <extremx> just reverse the dd process
[2:31] <extremx> read the SD card and save it to a file
[2:31] <Opinie> really? even though OS X probably doesn't understand ext3 or whatever file system debian uses?
[2:31] <extremx> sure
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[2:31] <extremx> dd doesn't care
[2:31] <Opinie> oh ok
[2:31] <Opinie> nice
[2:31] <Opinie> thanks extremx
[2:31] <extremx> np
[2:32] <Vostok> it's just ones and zeros
[2:32] <extremx> bingo
[2:32] <Vostok> file system doesn't change that
[2:32] <nputnam> occasional 2
[2:32] <nputnam> j/k
[2:32] <Opinie> something new every day
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[2:36] <Datalink> Opinie, dd doesn't read the partition... it just copies the data from the device to a file
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[2:36] <Datalink> well... er... the filesystem.
[2:36] <Datalink> it's like moving a filing cabinet, you don't need to look inside it to move the cabinet
[2:37] <Opinie> Datalink: ok
[2:37] <Opinie> thanks
[2:37] <atouk> very nice analogy
[2:37] <Datalink> np
[2:37] <Datalink> heh, actually, the DMG file format's just an HFS filesystem in a file
[2:38] <Datalink> so Mac does it natively in a way
[2:40] <Opinie> so is .exe something similar as well then?
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[2:42] <Opinie> err.. I used the dd, but the file I got is only like 300 mb, even though the SD is 8 gb and almost full
[2:42] <Opinie> does that make any sense?
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[2:47] <Opinie> never mind, tried again and got a file with a file size of around 800 mb
[2:47] <rikkib> I don't think it is a great idea to dd the contents of an sd off it. I just mount them in a linux machine and copy but some do not have that facility.
[2:47] <rikkib> dd will copy the whole partition
[2:48] <rikkib> That is fine for the boot part but I have a 16gb sd
[2:48] <rikkib> The ext4 image of the partition is large
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[2:57] <extremx> rikkib: you need to point dd to the device and not the partition
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[2:58] <rikkib> I think the op was trying to dd stuff off. I may be wrong but
[2:58] <extremx> he was
[2:59] <Opinie> dats right
[2:59] <rikkib> You can dd stuff and the /dev/sdx does not work for that you need /dev/sdx1 or 2
[2:59] <extremx> something like this dd if=myImage.dd of=/dev/disk3
[2:59] <extremx> er, thats backwards
[3:00] <extremx> dd if=myPartitionImage.dd of=/dev/disk3
[3:00] <extremx> there we go
[3:00] * extremx fails
[3:00] <extremx> dd if=/dev/disk3 of=SDcardImage.img
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[3:01] <extremx> that will copy the entire SD card to an image
[3:01] <rikkib> dd bs=4m if=/dev/sdx1 of=img.whatever
[3:01] <Opinie> I used .iso but yeah
[3:01] <extremx> extension doesnt matter
[3:01] <extremx> .butter for all i care ;)
[3:02] <rikkib> I looked at that but as I said I can just mount and copy anyway... I just tar zip.
[3:02] <Opinie> ??? but I did forget the bs=1m option...
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[3:03] <rikkib> One of the things I do is install proftpd and then I store /var/cache/apt/archive to save downloading again for multiple mtest installs
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[3:05] <rikkib> And of course allow root login for ftp as my RPi is inside a Linux gateway/firewall
[3:05] <rikkib> DMZ
[3:06] <extremx> gpio help anyone?
[3:07] <rikkib> You want or can? :)
[3:07] <extremx> want
[3:07] <rikkib> I use wiringPi
[3:08] <extremx> supposed to change a file value from 0 to 1
[3:08] <extremx> root@raspberrypi:/home/pi# echo "1" > /sys/class/gpio/gpio4/value
[3:08] <extremx> bash: echo: write error: Operation not permitted
[3:08] <extremx> thats all i get
[3:08] <extremx> i will check wiringPi though
[3:09] <rikkib> wiringPi provides a user space program to allow you to do that. Speed being the only issue
[3:09] <rikkib> If you want high speed there are other methods
[3:09] <extremx> speed is not an issue for me
[3:09] <rikkib> wiringPi is your boy
[3:10] * extremx checks it out
[3:10] <rikkib> Takes seconds to install and have examples
[3:10] <extremx> i alsready have something hooked to my gpio
[3:10] <extremx> just need to change state
[3:10] <rikkib> I took this code and turned it into a daemon to monitor a button and do things
[3:11] <rikkib> Careful with relays
[3:12] <rikkib> I got a relay from the net without knowing its layout
[3:12] <extremx> what did you kill?
[3:12] <extremx> heh
[3:12] <rikkib> Turns out it used a high side pnp switch which subjected the gpio to 4.25v
[3:12] <rikkib> Lucky it survived
[3:14] <rikkib> Will add a npn buffer when I get around to it. It is sitting on the bench vero boarded up ready to solder
[3:14] <extremx> http://www.instructables.com/id/Web-Control-of-Raspberry-Pi-GPIO/
[3:14] <extremx> is what i'm working on
[3:15] <rikkib> I have WebIOPi running
[3:16] <rikkib> I am thinking of using that as a framework
[3:16] <rikkib> starting point
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[3:18] <rikkib> Hmm that one looks worth investigating (Web Control)
[3:20] <extremx> my goal is to be able to open my garage from my phone, heh
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[3:25] <rikkib> extremx, My goal to open a gate from anywhere plus more.
[3:26] <extremx> nice
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[3:30] <rikkib> Oh and to watch it doing it :)
[3:31] <rikkib> Video/audi from the gate to end point. Audio back to the gate 150m away.
[3:32] <rikkib> Motion for the vid so one frame per second over http and 8khz sampled audio via rtp
[3:33] <rikkib> Control gate open/close, camera lighting and driveway LEDS
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[3:35] <rikkib> Have proof of concept project with no time constraints although end of year when more RPi become available would be good
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[4:03] <Cloudpi> LOL you guys are idiots, raspberrypi sucks
[4:03] <Cloudpi> buy a pandaboard
[4:03] <Cloudpi> retards
[4:04] <Timmmaaaayyy> ^ is this guy serious?
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[4:05] * Cloudpi was kicked from #raspberrypi by ReggieUK
[4:06] <ReggieUK> that was perfect timing :)
[4:06] <AC`97> ...
[4:07] <locutox> yeah i was gonna say that was pretty quick
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[4:08] <discopig> people are being elitist about ARM boards, seriously?
[4:09] <markbook> heh
[4:09] <discopig> i didnt know things like this had fanboys
[4:09] <discopig> oh well
[4:09] <markbook> oh god yes!
[4:09] <markbook> everything has fanbois
[4:09] <discopig> yeah
[4:09] <markbook> and trolls
[4:09] <ReggieUK> it's odd, I really like arm but I know it's quite flawed
[4:09] <markbook> which is a different thing
[4:09] <markbook> again. Everything is flawed.
[4:10] <markbook> Well, except Sparc ;-)
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[4:12] <markbook> I have an NSLU2, two dockstars, two pogoplugs, two Pis, a VIA ARM and a gooseberry. I'm thinking of getting one of the... Mk 802. My brother has a pandaboard I'm going to get access to. Each has it's strengths and appropriate uses.
[4:13] <ReggieUK> I've got 3 parrot photoframes, 2 didjs, an explorer, a zipit z2, a mini210S and a poorly mini210S atm
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[4:13] <markbook> cool!
[4:14] <ReggieUK> and a couple of psps knocking around somewhere
[4:14] <markbook> I hadn't thought of PSP
[4:14] <ReggieUK> I'm really liking the mini210S atm
[4:14] <ReggieUK> I think I'd like one of those mk802s though
[4:15] <ReggieUK> just messing around with rasbmc on the pi atm
[4:15] <ReggieUK> not sure I like it though
[4:15] <ReggieUK> seems a bit clunky and prone to borking when it feels like it
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[4:16] <ReggieUK> once it's running it seems pretty stable though
[4:16] <markbook> Well it's strength is "cheap". I'm looking at trying to build a school/club lab with them (what they were actually designed for).
[4:16] <ReggieUK> oh sure, the pi is suited to a lot of things and does some of them well
[4:16] <markbook> oh you can push it.
[4:17] <markbook> but please don't whine to me because it won't run full HD high frame rate Halo sessions.
[4:18] * markbook also wants a trimslice, or maybe two, but that's enough that I have to get Spousal Approval.
[4:18] <ReggieUK> meh, halo
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[4:18] <markbook> you get the point ;-)
[4:18] <ReggieUK> indeed
[4:19] <ReggieUK> for the extra ??4 it was worth it for the codecs
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[4:19] <ReggieUK> and it's value as a UK tv streamer/downloader is worth all the money that I paid for it
[4:19] <markbook> for a pi?
[4:19] <ReggieUK> yes
[4:20] <markbook> I've got rasbian + XBMC running. It's a bit pushed.
[4:20] <ReggieUK> I guess it depends what you're using
[4:20] <ReggieUK> it seems to cope nicely with get_iplayer
[4:20] <markbook> I'll look that up
[4:20] <ReggieUK> for downloading/transcoding? streams to mp4
[4:21] <ReggieUK> that's not an xbmc plugin btw.
[4:21] <ReggieUK> iplayer is useful too
[4:21] <markbook> do you have a reciever card or is it just pulling from the net?
[4:21] <ReggieUK> but both of those only useful in the UK
[4:21] <ReggieUK> from teh net
[4:21] <markbook> I have two, I can try different things.
[4:21] <markbook> well. legally.
[4:21] <markbook> but I avoid not-legal so I have to find other ways.
[4:22] <ReggieUK> hmmmmn
[4:22] <ReggieUK> I wonder
[4:22] <ReggieUK> if you have a uk tv license and a uk based proxy whether it would be legal
[4:22] <markbook> Can I get one in the US? I think not
[4:22] <markbook> BBC America would be pissed to be undercut.
[4:22] <ReggieUK> probably not
[4:22] <ReggieUK> language!!
[4:23] * markbook hold his wrist out for the ruler slap.
[4:24] <ReggieUK> :)
[4:25] <ReggieUK> I'm going to try xbian tomorrow
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[4:30] <markbook> ReggieUK is clearly not a nun because my hand doesn't hurt enough.
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[4:46] <ReggieUK> ha penguins
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[4:47] <Datalink|Elsewhe> I really need to pay my TV license... blah
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[4:48] <Datalink> wait... I'm in the US...
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[5:01] <Datalink> ugh, why did I just get provoked by a troll on a channel I don't actually participate in... blah
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[5:04] <atouk> you should see the english on the page his ip links to. wow. just wow.
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[5:09] <Datalink> atouk, is he still going at it?
[5:09] <Datalink> or it... I think it was a bot
[5:09] <atouk> nope. it's quiet.
[5:10] <atouk> probobly tried to count to three and had a stack overflow
[5:10] <Datalink> hjaw
[5:10] <Datalink> haha
[5:11] <Datalink> I'm not active in that channel anyway, I said more to that bot than I've said in the past month there, so it's not a loss
[5:11] <atouk> i'm mostly there to listen and learn
[5:12] <atouk> or maybe drop an occasional pun now and then
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[5:17] <cerjam2> ..whathappen o-o
[5:18] <AC`97> ponies
[5:18] <cerjam2> ohgawd ponies
[5:18] <cerjam2> i like ponies.
[5:19] <rikkib> Whats a TV license? No such thing in this country.
[5:20] <Datalink> rikkib, in the UK, you need a license to access television programming
[5:21] <rikkib> Ofcom sucks from what I see here in NZ
[5:21] <rikkib> As a radio amateur these things are of interest
[5:23] <rikkib> Oh and my radio license is lifetime and free
[5:25] <rikkib> It allows me to transmit on all amateur bands with power levels not exceeding 1KW pep from 1.8Mhz to 432Mhz.
[5:26] <rikkib> I can hit 700W with my current setup.
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[5:27] <ReggieUK> not sure if there is a fee involved but you used to have to study reasonably hard for your ham license over here
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[5:28] <rikkib> Probably the only change would be no need to do morse
[5:30] <rikkib> When I did mine it involved a lot more than it does now. It is a 60 Q multi answer test now and little more than a few weeks study ot remember the answers.
[5:31] <rikkib> I was licensed in 1981 at age 21. An electronics enthusiast since 12 the test was a breeze having done 5 of the six week course.
[5:32] <Datalink> I need to get my HAM license
[5:33] <rikkib> Go for it. I still enjoy it after 30 odd years.
[5:34] <rikkib> Been yaking to the US and Mexico today on 10 meters. The solar cycle is nearing the peak... Best time to be a Ham.
[5:35] <rikkib> Next peak in 7 years
[5:35] <atouk> even if you never get more than a 2 meter ht, go get the license
[5:37] <rikkib> The discipline of Ham radio is great... Takes more than a clue to run high power.
[5:38] <rikkib> The fry factor. Touch the wrong thing and you get fried :)
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[5:40] <atouk> anyone that hasn't done the monkey dance at least once isn't a real electronics hobbyist
[5:40] <rikkib> lol
[5:42] <rikkib> Taking the top off a record player got me once, hand to hand. But I can hold onto sparkplugs for a little while. At first job at telecom lineman I could not feel ringing voltage where others would be throwing their side cutters in the air.
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[5:44] <atouk> not "sensing" the high voltage before you hit it might be a liability
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[5:48] <rikkib> Not as much as the guy who just up and dies first time he makes a mistake... 230v at 20A here on house circuits.
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[5:49] <rikkib> I have had very few over the years and I have been at it all my life.
[5:50] <rikkib> Have a 2.2kv 550mA supply here that I am building. I put my hands in my pockets when I power it up on the bench :)
[5:51] <atouk> yup. high voltage. always one hand in pocket
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[5:55] <discopig> why
[5:56] <AC`97> so pocketed hand doesn't go wandering off on its own
[5:56] <AC`97> duh.
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[5:59] <SpeedEvil> two hands in pocket is safer
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[6:01] <AC`97> and probe with your mouth/tongue??
[6:03] <AC`97> when i was a wee lad, i once took apart some sort of wall plug thing (forgot what it was, but it was still plugged in), and placed my hand flat on the circuit board full of soldered connections. tingly.
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[6:05] <AC`97> i also fried a fluorescent tube ballast/driver by shorting it out with my hand once. whups.
[6:05] <AC`97> magic smoke escaped from some sort of transistor
[6:05] <rikkib> Hand cranked 500 volt bridge mega's
[6:05] <AC`97> it also kinda hurt.
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[6:06] <rikkib> Exploding capacitors
[6:06] <AC`97> i've heard exploding capactors. and almost make some explode... but never seen one explode with my eyes
[6:06] <rikkib> lectronics can be fun
[6:06] <atouk> wear safety goggles
[6:06] <rikkib> yeah
[6:06] <AC`97> wot. tinfoil hat doesn't work?
[6:07] <rikkib> lol
[6:07] <AC`97> even if you pull it over your eyes??
[6:07] <AC`97> ARRRGH aluminumfoilcut on my cornea!
[6:07] <rikkib> The big ones make a real mess
[6:07] <AC`97> *splatter*
[6:07] <AC`97> mmm, gooey...
[6:08] <atouk> axial high voltage caps. fold leads to opposite sides of can. put on cap tester to charge up. toss to guy across room.
[6:08] <rikkib> oil, tin foil and paper
[6:08] <AC`97> . . .
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[6:11] <rikkib> /me watches his ftp log and scratches his head. No google. Oh that is right, got sick of the bot raping my files over and over again. :0
[6:12] <rikkib> opps
[6:12] <rikkib> space first no good /msg to me
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[6:27] <AC`97> "it's easy! just twist the throttle, drop the clutch, and off you go!"
[6:27] <AC`97> "really?!?"
[6:27] <AC`97> "yep. and off the motorcycle you'll go..."
[6:28] <AC`97> so... one of my customers were appalled to find that motorcycles had clutches.
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[6:31] <aidehua> Hello from California :D
[6:31] <AC`97> hello back. i california too.
[6:32] <AC`97> where's your motorcycle?
[6:32] <aidehua> I don't even have a fixie
[6:32] <AC`97> lolwot
[6:32] <AC`97> epic fail
[6:32] <AC`97> well actually, i haven't even had a fixie either.... yet.
[6:32] <AC`97> i want one to go riding backwards on.
[6:32] <aidehua> My friend bought me a Raspberry Pi for m'birthday; been using it for a few hours with various opengl frameworks and having a few problems.
[6:33] <AC`97> perhaps those few problems could be fixed/masked with some overclocking :P
[6:34] <AC`97> you'll be so immersed in trying to get it to go faster that you'll forget all your other little problems
[6:34] <aidehua> So I was actually thinking the opposite -- I think I'm knocking out the IO everytime I do something intensive.
[6:34] <AC`97> O.o wuh
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[6:34] <AC`97> like, keyboard + ethernet?
[6:34] <AC`97> (USB)
[6:34] <aidehua> In particular, is it a symptom of underpowering that the network IO and/or the USB IO crash when under powered?
[6:35] <AC`97> most likely.
[6:35] <AC`97> what power supply??
[6:35] <aidehua> It's an HTC one
[6:36] <aidehua> Output at 5V / 1.0A
[6:36] <AC`97> perhaps you need a beefier/stabler one. like, homemade
[6:37] <AC`97> http://goo.gl/JdDt1 <-
[6:37] <aidehua> I think that's beyond my ability for now :)
[6:38] <AC`97> psh, nonsense
[6:38] <aidehua> I was hoping to port this to my Pi -- http://www.tropic.org.uk/~edward/junk/split-flap/html/test.html
[6:38] <AC`97> you have the ability to learn, right?
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[6:38] <AC`97> O.o whoa
[6:38] <AC`97> what is this pizza lol lol lol lol
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[6:39] <AC`97> HOLY SHIZZLES. MY EYES
[6:39] <aidehua> I was eating pizza at the time heh
[6:39] <AC`97> lol
[6:39] <AC`97> it's also killing my cpu :P
[6:39] <aidehua> Indeed.
[6:40] <aidehua> First venture into OpenGL, via WebGL. Was hoping to do something more performant directly on the 'Pi.
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[6:45] <AC`97> *crickets*
[6:45] <Lupinedk> uhm how do you downgrade the firmware? just overwriting files in boot?
[6:45] <AC`97> Lupinedk: yes.
[6:45] <Lupinedk> thx
[6:45] <AC`97> remember your kernel modules too if you replace the kernel files
[6:46] * aidehua returns with a different power suply
[6:46] <AC`97> aidehua: 2A ?
[6:46] <midnightyell> specifically, overwriting files in the first partition of the SD card
[6:46] <Lupinedk> you mean renaming the kernel files?
[6:46] <AC`97> no.
[6:46] <aidehua> 700ma, but it might be the case that the other one was faulty. Here's hoping!
[6:46] <midnightyell> though raspian may mount that over /boot come to think of it
[6:47] <AC`97> Lupinedk: if you replace any of the *.img files, you need to copy the right kernel modules over to somewhere too
[6:47] <AC`97> unless it's the same kernel version as the one you're replacing . . .
[6:47] <Lupinedk> ye iam running raspian
[6:48] <AC`97> so. why downgrade ??
[6:48] <Lupinedk> nah, it is the dreaded 0x00000114 error
[6:48] <aidehua> AC`97: well whatya know -- things just got a lot more stable :D
[6:48] <AC`97> that sounds familiar
[6:48] <AC`97> aidehua: tada~ :P
[6:48] <Lupinedk> using it for 24/7 services with a USB<->Serial reader
[6:49] <Lupinedk> crashes with that error with every newer firmware since start of august
[6:49] <aidehua> I'd heard that power supply quality was an issue with the Pi.
[6:49] <AC`97> oh. hmm
[6:49] <Lupinedk> http://www.raspberrypi.org/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f=28&t=18318
[6:49] <AC`97> Lupinedk: i got those errors before too
[6:49] <AC`97> never crashed though
[6:50] <midnightyell> if it were a perfect machine, what would we have to complain about?
[6:50] <Lupinedk> well it crashes the ethernet interface when the FTDI driver fails
[6:50] <AC`97> i believe those errors went down a lot after my custom power supply
[6:50] <AC`97> and newer firmware/kernel
[6:50] <Lupinedk> well as they say in the thread, newer had the problem with older firmware and the same psu
[6:51] <Lupinedk> exactly the same setup
[6:52] <aidehua> I have a Pi without a case -- am I likely to fry the components, or is that much harder to do than I think?
[6:53] <AC`97> keep the surrounding area clean.
[6:53] <Lupinedk> much harder than you think
[6:53] <AC`97> you're more likely to crack the sd card holder
[6:53] <Lupinedk> but ye, keep it off metal ;)
[6:53] <midnightyell> Don't spill anything on it except distilled water
[6:53] <SpeedEvil> the connectors however are lever able off the board by accident
[6:53] <aidehua> Lupinedk: ha, thanks :D
[6:53] <AC`97> even distilled water might be bad
[6:54] <McBofh> aidehua: it depends on how close your <5yr old children get to it :)
[6:54] <midnightyell> yes, but if you're going to spill something, make sure it;s distilled water
[6:54] <SpeedEvil> distilled water is OK, of powered off immediately, and dried
[6:54] <SpeedEvil> it is not OK to leave powered
[6:55] <AC`97> i cleaned my remote with tap water once, because i couldn't take it apart
[6:55] <midnightyell> well, sure
[6:55] <AC`97> i just filled the case with water, shook it clean, and dried it up
[6:55] <AC`97> and tada~, works again!
[6:55] <midnightyell> haha
[6:55] <midnightyell> isopropyl alcohol would have been a better choice
[6:55] <Lupinedk> AC`97 same here https://github.com/raspberrypi/firmware/issues/98
[6:55] <aidehua> OK. I made a case for it, uploading a pic now...
[6:55] <AC`97> aidehua: cardboard? :P
[6:56] <midnightyell> I just cleaned my keyboard at work today. Yeee-uck
[6:56] <AC`97> Lupinedk: have you tried any of dwc_otg.fiq_fix_enable=1 sdhci-bcm2708.enable_llm=0 smsc95xx.turbo_mode=N ro dwc_otg.lpm_enable=0 ??
[6:57] <Lupinedk> yup
[6:57] <AC`97> all ??
[6:57] * AC`97 has no clue what those do
[6:57] * AC`97 is computer illiterate
[6:57] <aidehua> I call it "The Web(tm)": http://www.tropic.org.uk/~edward/junk/raspberry-pi-case.jpg
[6:57] <Lupinedk> tried the first, third and fourth
[6:57] <midnightyell> shit; I know a thing or two about computers and I have no idea what those parameters do
[6:58] <Lupinedk> and it just made the crashes more frequent
[6:58] <AC`97> O.o
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[7:00] <rikkib> http://www.zlham.geek.nz/images/news/rpi-dev.jpg My RPi cases
[7:01] <aidehua> rikkib: They look really nice
[7:01] <midnightyell> is that a HD webcam? How well does that work with the Pi?
[7:02] <rikkib> aidehua, Thanks... Your pic look like you are on the space station in zero gravity. :)
[7:03] <aidehua> ha :D
[7:03] <midnightyell> has anyone sent a pi into space using a weather balloon yet?
[7:04] <rikkib> Bound to be a Ham radio op that will sooner or later
[7:04] <midnightyell> I know it'll happen; was just wondering if it's happened yet :)
[7:04] <SpeedEvil> it's illegal to use ham frequencies to transmit from a balloon.
[7:05] <rikkib> They are usually involved in that sort of thing due to their radio experience
[7:05] <rikkib> Not if you are a Ham
[7:05] <SpeedEvil> however, you can use 433MHz( in the UK)
[7:05] <SpeedEvil> yes
[7:05] <DMackey> Oh yeah, read about that stuff all the time in QST Magazine
[7:05] <rikkib> ISM
[7:05] <SpeedEvil> ofcom does not permit aerial use.
[7:06] <aidehua> I can't describe how happy I am with this new clean power supply.
[7:06] <midnightyell> meh; just use a cell phone to text GPS coords
[7:06] <rikkib> Ahhh
[7:06] <rikkib> ofcom again
[7:06] <DMackey> I don't know squat about it, trying to find some local guys that are gonna do it one day... so far no luck
[7:06] <aidehua> It's like the Pi has gone from Linux-in-1998 to super-21st-century-awesome-computer.
[7:06] <midnightyell> what was wrong with Linux in 1998? ;)
[7:06] <aidehua> midnightyell: I was an idiot, and had to keep rebooting to get unstuck from the mess I made
[7:06] <midnightyell> other than the Global Kernel Lock
[7:06] <SpeedEvil> http://ukhas.org.uk/guides:raspberrypi
[7:07] <SpeedEvil> #highaltitude
[7:07] <SpeedEvil> UK (largely) loose association of people launching balloons.
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[7:08] <SpeedEvil> though from au,us,... too
[7:08] <AC`97> i have gps on my pi :]
[7:08] <AC`97> still writing the software though
[7:08] <AC`97> 5 updates per second om nom nom
[7:08] <midnightyell> If you have a beard and sandals you may scoff at this challenge, muttering about ???kernel drivers??? and ???timer interrupts???. If so, have fun.
[7:08] <midnightyell> hah
[7:09] <rikkib> gps and gsm dongle and you have a car tracker
[7:09] <SpeedEvil> http://ukhas.org.uk/general:ukhasconference2012 may be of use
[7:09] <SpeedEvil> also wander round the wiki
[7:10] <SpeedEvil> the channel is more active in normal UK time.
[7:10] <AC`97> my motorcycle gps tracker will use wifi.
[7:10] <AC`97> (the ones that it has cracked, and open ones >:D)
[7:11] <midnightyell> Lord; they want to broadcast jpgs during the flight
[7:11] <midnightyell> power budget much?
[7:11] <AC`97> they need to have it crack wifi too.
[7:11] <midnightyell> run crack on the pi? Sure, why not?
[7:13] <midnightyell> I need to get quake3 running on mine. Just because.
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[7:14] <asaru> q3a runs great on my pi
[7:14] <rikkib> The news here in NZ is a bit of humor
[7:15] <rikkib> Kim dot com again
[7:15] <hotwings> i read that the raid was ruled illegal and theres almost no chance he will be extradited here now
[7:15] <midnightyell> I had mspacman running all day at work. It was great. People stopping by and asking about it. Saying they might get a Pi now...
[7:15] <rikkib> The media is camped outside the door of the GCSB (NZ Spies)
[7:16] <hotwings> also that theres a good chance hes going to beat the case
[7:16] <McBofh> rikkib: that seems fair
[7:16] <midnightyell> refresh my memory; what site did he run?
[7:16] <McBofh> given their ... actions... over the last year-ish re megaupload
[7:16] <hotwings> megaupload
[7:16] <midnightyell> ah
[7:17] <hotwings> nz cops completely botched the case against him
[7:17] <rikkib> He is here to stay... To much support. He is a nice guy with a full family.
[7:17] <McBofh> hotwings: I also read that there were serious errors in the prosecution case for the extradition
[7:17] <McBofh> hotwings: not just the NZ cops, but also the FBI/hollywood enforcers...
[7:17] <midnightyell> is he supposed to be extradited to the US?
[7:18] <hotwings> yup McBofh. looks like he dodged a bullet
[7:18] <midnightyell> protectionism never works for long
[7:18] <rikkib> Pity he has his money locked up. He was doing a lots with it here... R&D and testing.
[7:19] <hotwings> if he beats the case, which it looks like he easily will, all his assets will be returned
[7:19] <rikkib> NZ is a good market place. You can tell striaght away is something is going to work
[7:19] <rikkib> if
[7:19] <midnightyell> my wife would love to visit NZ. Mostly because of Lord of the Rings, though
[7:19] <hotwings> so youre married to a nerd i take it
[7:19] <hotwings> :)
[7:19] <rikkib> And the NZ tax payer is liable and I actually think he needs paying.
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[7:20] <midnightyell> she has her nerdish side
[7:20] <midnightyell> mostly about LOTR, though
[7:20] <hotwings> lol
[7:20] <midnightyell> and geology
[7:20] <midnightyell> I dunno
[7:20] <McBofh> could be a literature geek
[7:20] <midnightyell> rocks. Yay.
[7:20] <hotwings> wasnt the opening scene in prometheus filmed in nz as well?
[7:20] <rikkib> Hobbiton is about 20km from here
[7:20] <McBofh> rikkib: where in NZ are you located?
[7:21] <midnightyell> 20km from the Shire; he already said
[7:21] <McBofh> I'm not as familiar with NZ geography as I'd like, sadly
[7:21] <rikkib> Ngatea Hauraki District Waikato NZ
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[7:21] <McBofh> ta :)
[7:21] <midnightyell> Well, there's Auckland, and Not Auckland
[7:21] <McBofh> I'm in Brisbane
[7:21] <hotwings> rikkib that sounds more like somewhere in vietnam
[7:21] <rikkib> ZL1UPB if you have qrz ability
[7:22] <McBofh> I visited Wellington in March this year for an awesome conference, I expect to be back there in Feb for the 2013 edition
[7:22] <rikkib> Tach conference?
[7:22] <rikkib> tech
[7:22] <McBofh> yeah - MulticoreWorld
[7:23] <rikkib> Oooooo
[7:23] <midnightyell> that's the conference where all the interesting talks are scheduled at the same time, right?
[7:23] <McBofh> hehe
[7:23] <McBofh> not quite
[7:23] <McBofh> it's a very small conference, though
[7:23] <rikkib> lol
[7:24] <rikkib> Lucent?
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[7:24] <McBofh> rikkib: keh?
[7:24] <McBofh> sorry, que?
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[7:26] <rikkib> Welly world is where the politicians live and Weta... They use lots of cores.
[7:26] <McBofh> do they ever
[7:27] <McBofh> I reckon they could probably melt a large chunk of the island, too
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[7:28] <rikkib> Our PM is in holywood right now encouraging investment in the industry
[7:28] <McBofh> so I saw
[7:28] <rikkib> Media have fun with that to in the current climat
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[7:28] <McBofh> yep
[7:28] <McBofh> rikkib: btw, can we send Paul Henry back to you please?
[7:28] <midnightyell> everywhere is cheaper to shoot tv & movies than the US
[7:29] <rikkib> I auditioned to be a hobbit... Took mum to.
[7:29] <midnightyell> hell, some series are shooting in London
[7:29] <midnightyell> did you get to keep the feet?
[7:29] <rikkib> I did not get the job
[7:30] <rikkib> Any to ugly
[7:30] <rikkib> maybe
[7:30] <midnightyell> hah; should have tried for a dwarf, then
[7:30] <McBofh> couldn't go for an orc, because they're almost all CGI ?
[7:30] <rikkib> Hey that hurt :)
[7:30] <rikkib> Toll please
[7:31] <midnightyell> hah
[7:31] <midnightyell> here's a banana for your monkey...
[7:32] <McBofh> hey, not a monkey, an APE!
[7:32] <rikkib> I actually like poking trolls when they come out from under there bridge
[7:32] <McBofh> oh wait ... sorry, got crossed wires from l-space
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[7:32] <midnightyell> just don't feed the trolls
[7:33] <midnightyell> anyone know the major differences between the rpi full-blown kernel and the cutdown?
[7:33] <rikkib> In am a nanae original if you know what nanae is (usernet news)
[7:33] <midnightyell> I'm assuming that the cutdown has been gone through and had unnecessary fluff removed?
[7:34] <McBofh> rikkib: at one time i hung out in sdm, too
[7:34] <McBofh> said time was a looong while abo
[7:34] <McBofh> ago
[7:34] <McBofh> gah ... too much db+python stuff is rotting my brain
[7:35] <midnightyell> shit, I could care less about real newsgroups. I was in alt.callahans and rec.humor.funny
[7:35] <rikkib> Your nick is from I guy I used to know
[7:35] <rikkib> The three Simons
[7:35] <rikkib> In the geek group
[7:35] <rikkib> a guy
[7:36] <rikkib> The Bastard Operator From Hell
[7:36] <McBofh> hehh
[7:37] <McBofh> when I was sysadmin in the uni library, I was libbofh
[7:37] <rikkib> We used to laugh
[7:37] <McBofh> some of my irc mates started referring to my gf (now my wife) as libbofh.so
[7:37] <rikkib> Some of the things that when on back then
[7:38] <midnightyell> them's some geeky mates
[7:38] <McBofh> midnightmagic: they sure are
[7:38] <McBofh> I'm still friends with most of them, too
[7:38] <midnightyell> at least she was libbofh.so and not libbofh.so.1
[7:38] <rikkib> Lots of the story is on the net
[7:38] <McBofh> :-D
[7:39] <rikkib> History of the Internet in NZ I think will maybe find the doc
[7:39] <rikkib> I presume you have read Simon's humor?
[7:39] <McBofh> yes
[7:40] <McBofh> one of the reasons I started reading El Reg
[7:40] <McBofh> http://bofh.ch/
[7:40] <rikkib> Think he still lives in Hamiltron (Hamilton)
[7:42] <midnightyell> I loved the Register during the Microsoft antitrust trial; not so keen on it in the last several years
[7:42] <rikkib> In the early days geeks controlled the internets in nz.... InternetNZ. There is a long story around how we got .geek.nz
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[7:43] * rymate1234 is currently using his pi as headless
[7:43] <rikkib> We can and no you can't have this nz tld
[7:44] <McBofh> :)
[7:44] <rikkib> We are geek, we can mobilize.
[7:45] <rymate1234> Hey
[7:45] <rymate1234> I got this error with apt-get http://pastebin.com/By3FREP2
[7:45] <rikkib> Getting ipv6 is something I am keen on
[7:47] <rikkib> Try apt-get -f first
[7:47] <rikkib> I have to go to dinner sorry
[7:47] <Neal_> I just got my raspberry pi buy I don't have any usb keyboard :(
[7:47] <rikkib> apt-get -f
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[7:47] <Neal_> but*
[7:47] <rymate1234> Neal_, connect in via ssh
[7:48] <Dagger2> rikkib: www.tunnelbroker.net (though you may have trouble with that if your Pi is behind NAT)
[7:48] <rymate1234> http://pastebin.com/BGXUwsP6 - attempt to apt-get -f install
[7:48] <Dagger2> or just install miredo if doing v6 only on the Pi, and not for the whole network, is ok
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[7:50] <midnightyell> someone's actually using ipv6?
[7:50] * midnightyell stares. Curious.
[7:50] <rymate1234> -bash: /usr/bin/vncserver: cannot execute binary file
[7:50] <rymate1234> uh oh
[7:50] <rymate1234> guys
[7:50] <rymate1234> I think my pi might be slightly broke
[7:50] <midnightyell> file /usr/bin/vncserver
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[7:51] <Dagger2> well, yeah? my ISP refuses to give me enough v4 addresses for my network
[7:51] <midnightyell> NAT not an option?
[7:51] <rymate1234> -bash: /usr/bin/file: cannot execute binary file
[7:51] <midnightyell> hah
[7:51] <Dagger2> despite claiming to not have any shortage of them
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[7:51] <Dagger2> ever actually used NAT? it's a royal pain in the butt
[7:51] <rymate1234> what did I do D:
[7:51] <Neal_> rymate1234: is SSH enabled by default on Raspbian?
[7:51] <rymate1234> Neal_, yep
[7:52] <Dagger2> though I use it for the v4 side of the network, of course
[7:52] <Neal_> sweet!
[7:52] <McBofh> rymate1234: can you see an error count for your sdcard?
[7:52] <midnightyell> I've worked for big companies, and ipv6 was always on a must-have list of features (mostly for the us government). And the reality is that maybe 5% of customers use ipv6
[7:52] <rymate1234> -bash: /sbin/reboot: cannot execute binary file
[7:52] <McBofh> rymate1234: it sounds like you might have a corrupted fs
[7:52] <rymate1234> great
[7:52] <rymate1234> D:
[7:53] <rymate1234> How to fix?
[7:53] <McBofh> take it out back and shoot it?
[7:53] <McBofh> ahem
[7:53] <midnightyell> either a corrupted fs or the wrong architecture
[7:53] <rymate1234> well
[7:53] <rymate1234> as /sbin/halt ain't working
[7:53] <Dagger2> yeah, but you need everything you buy to support it, or you'll end up having to replace everything when you do need it
[7:53] <midnightyell> or perhaps missing shared libs, though I'd expect "file not found" in that case
[7:53] <rymate1234> sounds like a corrupted fs
[7:54] <McBofh> you might want to take the card to another system and reformat it+ reblat your distro onto it
[7:54] <rymate1234> what can cause a corrupt file system?
[7:54] <midnightyell> yeah; I know it needs to be in there, but it seems like a waste of time. Especially when the gov't had deadlines related to ipv6, so we had to go into crunch mode to get everything working in v4 and v6 and mixed networks
[7:55] <midnightyell> ...and then no one used v6... For years.
[7:55] <McBofh> rymate1234: if the power has been flaky, then blocks might not have been written, or might have been written incorrectly
[7:56] <rymate1234> afaik power isn't flaky
[7:56] <Dagger2> it's reducing total cost. if you don't do it this way, then it'll cost you nothing for a while, then suddenly you need v6 yesterday and it'll cost you everything to do a rushed panicked deployment
[7:56] <McBofh> how good is the psu you're using for your pi?
[7:56] <rymate1234> its reasonable
[7:57] <rymate1234> 1A
[7:57] <McBofh> new?
[7:57] <Dagger2> ... well, I say it'll cost you nothing, but supporting NAT on v4 does have a real cost
[7:57] <rymate1234> not new
[7:57] <rymate1234> unused tho
[7:57] <Dagger2> clashing network ranges on VPNs are extremely un-fun, for instance
[7:58] <rymate1234> wait
[7:58] <rymate1234> hmm
[7:58] <midnightyell> HP does a lot of 10. unroutable networks internally
[7:58] <midnightyell> if you want out, it's web proxies for you
[7:59] <midnightyell> but then everyone has to use the proxy
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[7:59] <midnightyell> so NAT wouldn't be a huge deal :)
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[7:59] <rymate1234> should I try a different power supply
[7:59] <rymate1234> ?
[7:59] <McBofh> try to get your fs fixed first
[8:00] <rymate1234> how to do that
[8:00] <rymate1234> lol
[8:00] <midnightyell> yeah; re-dd your SD card
[8:00] <rymate1234> D:
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[8:13] <rymate1234> maybe I was overclocking my pi too much above the power supply's limit
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[8:18] <rikkib> Dagger2, Not sure that helps my cause. I have a static ip and this machine is it basically. I have an internal wired net in the workshop/home
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[8:20] <Dagger2> with no internet access?
[8:20] <rikkib> Dagger2, I keep trying to push ipv6 along and last time I asked this was the response... IPv6 is slow in coming but steadily increasing.
[8:20] <rikkib> vint
[8:21] <rikkib> yes
[8:21] <rikkib> dig bencom.co.nz
[8:21] <rikkib> This this machine through an adsl router
[8:21] <rikkib> That
[8:22] <rikkib> ping me and I will tell your your ip haha
[8:22] <Dagger2> the router is the machine with 121.79.217.58? or your desktop?
[8:23] <rikkib> the router has that
[8:23] <rikkib> so maybe I will not see it
[8:23] <rikkib> a prt access may set off portsentry
[8:24] <Dagger2> that potentially makes things a bit awkward for tunnelbroker.net tunnels
[8:24] <rikkib> My own little piblic/private network
[8:24] <rikkib> Yes
[8:24] <Dagger2> (it usually involves putting the tunnel end-point as the DMZ, and even then it doesn't always work)
[8:24] <rikkib> I do not have a shell account to test
[8:25] <Dagger2> (maybe you know all this and I'm not being helpful)
[8:25] <rikkib> So I am going to set up a RPi elsewhere soon
[8:25] <Dagger2> (or maybe you don't know all this and I'm not being helpful anyway)
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[8:26] <rikkib> There are ways around it by putting an extra switch inbetween the router and the gateway
[8:26] <rikkib> Just have to be more clued up on security
[8:27] <rikkib> google krebs peter bennett
[8:27] <rikkib> I like dealing to hackers/spammers
[8:30] <rikkib> Anyway ipv6 means more machines on the net
[8:31] <rikkib> And as Mr Cerf says it is slow in coming
[8:31] <rikkib> He has been here trying to push things along
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[8:48] <cerjam2> i need more alcohols
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[9:05] <gordonDrogon> morning followers of 22/7
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[9:12] <gordonDrogon> rikkib, ipv6 workin fine here...
[9:13] <rikkib> hmmm
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[9:17] <Jck_true> 22/7? The ones that sleep between 22 and 7 in the morning?
[9:17] <rikkib> I must do more research. Make sure I am ready. Another person does my dns for me.
[9:17] <gordonDrogon> keep taking the tablets..
[9:17] <gordonDrogon> rikkib, do you have IPv6 from your ISP or using a tunnel?
[9:18] <rikkib> I do not know. Maybe. Not an area I am familiar with yet
[9:18] <gordonDrogon> ok
[9:19] <gordonDrogon> start reading then :)
[9:19] <rikkib> I have fixed ip with reverse
[9:19] <gordonDrogon> ask your ISP if they support IPv6 - that would be a start.
[9:20] <rikkib> web/ftp/email
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[9:20] <uw> hello
[9:20] <rikkib> Probably on there site
[9:20] <rikkib> Hello
[9:20] <rikkib> their
[9:20] <gordonDrogon> breakfast time for me now. back later.
[9:21] <uw> does anyone here use dc++?
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[9:23] <rikkib> hmmm file sharing
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[9:24] <uw> yea you can join my hub and chat lol
[9:24] <uw> eh well the question i have is perl related so i dont know why i'm asking it here
[9:25] <rikkib> I read a little perl
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[9:26] <uw> i can not for the life of me get this regex to work
[9:26] <rikkib> More into c now days and php
[9:26] <uw> i see...
[9:26] <rikkib> Ekkk
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[9:28] <steve_rox> any interesting pi stuff going on?
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[9:28] <rikkib> Do you use the command line to test regex?
[9:29] <uw> well, im really not good at perl so no...
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[9:29] <rikkib> That is the way i work it through
[9:29] <rikkib> grep "regex"
[9:30] <rikkib> steve_rox, Depend on your definition of interesting
[9:31] <rikkib> You can look at my suggested code for raspi-config
[9:31] <rikkib> ftp://zlham.geek.nz/rpi/
[9:31] <uw> kiwi eh lol
[9:32] <rikkib> Typical Kiwi, Eats roots and leaves
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[9:33] <rikkib> A Kiwi Ham radio geek
[9:33] <rikkib> With extra toys
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[9:36] <uw> how do you guys feel about the whole kimdotcom fiasco?
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[9:38] <booyaa> happy he's given the authorities a black eye
[9:38] <bede> are there any numbers on pi powred by batteries? e.g. uptime over cpu usage?
[9:38] <booyaa> as a person, don't particular like him. but i'm glad he had enough funds to fight back
[9:38] <booyaa> uw: ^^
[9:39] <uw> yea he does kinda suck
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[9:40] <uw> as a usaian, just wanted to see how other people felt about it
[9:40] <uw> i hear the NZ were mad that US kinda barged in with the orders and all...
[9:40] <clonak> <+uw> how do you guys feel about the whole kimdotcom fiasco? <--- over seeing it in the news 3 times a day here. :/
[9:40] <clonak> most people are yes,
[9:41] <uw> oh ok so those few people ive heard werent some crazytown wackos lol
[9:41] <clonak> they probably were,
[9:41] <clonak> but yes, most people dont like that fact we just bent over an took it from the US.
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[9:42] <uw> i agree
[9:42] <uw> sorry for that. if i was in charge i wouldnt have made that order
[9:43] <rikkib> Kim dot com has a lot of sympathy here I think
[9:43] <clonak> suposibly, they Prime Minister didnt konw anything about it,
[9:43] <uw> pfff
[9:43] <clonak> -they +the
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[9:43] <uw> yea i bet
[9:43] <rikkib> He knew and so did the dputy pm
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[9:44] <rikkib> The media is having a field day... Eben stalking the spys
[9:44] <rikkib> Even
[9:44] <uw> lol
[9:44] <uw> who are the spys?
[9:44] <uw> the people who barged in?
[9:44] <rikkib> The GCSB
[9:45] <rikkib> The spyed on him first then the cops did the big movie in the helcopter
[9:45] <rikkib> The cops in Ak onl;y have one helicopter
[9:45] <clonak> wake, Kim on the news, have lunch, kim in the paper, come home, kim on the news.
[9:45] <clonak> cant get away from it.
[9:46] <rikkib> Real over the top for NZ
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[9:46] <uw> i saw the video and the interview with kimdotcom and that major NZ reporter guy
[9:46] <rikkib> Campbell
[9:46] <rikkib> John
[9:46] <uw> i guess? or RU news or whatever?
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[9:47] <uw> that might have been rebroadcasted though
[9:47] <clonak> are you from NZ too, rikkib ?
[9:47] <rikkib> Yep
[9:47] <clonak> cool,
[9:47] <rikkib> Rural NZ
[9:47] <clonak> wasnt sure if it really caught on here.
[9:47] <uw> sheep country?
[9:48] <clonak> Im in akl :/
[9:48] <rikkib> Cows... Milk here
[9:48] <rikkib> Ngatea
[9:48] <uw> NZ looks like a nice place to live
[9:48] <uw> just looks expensive because you have to import all kinds of stuff
[9:49] <rikkib> Only if the rest of the world hold together
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[9:49] <rikkib> holds
[9:49] <uw> plus those damn criminals in aus are so close
[9:49] <clonak> bloody aussies.
[9:49] <rikkib> Only the ausies with money to spend come here
[9:50] <clonak> yeah, Iv been to Ngatea a few times,
[9:50] <rikkib> Then we take it off them
[9:50] <uw> well thats good
[9:50] <rikkib> SDend our young ones over to take their easy money
[9:50] <clonak> its kind of funy, we loose so many over to Oz, but they dont mention all the aussies that come here because they prefer it here....
[9:50] <rikkib> Lost of jobs in au
[9:52] <RaTTuS|BIG> morn
[9:52] <uw> is there any tech areas of NZ?
[9:53] <rikkib> tech areas?
[9:53] <uw> where stuff is produced?
[9:53] <uw> partictularly circuit boards
[9:53] <rikkib> Christchurch funny enough
[9:53] <rikkib> Tait
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[9:53] <rikkib> Rakon in Ak
[9:53] <rikkib> Both world leaders
[9:53] <uw> wait wat christchurch is a town?
[9:54] <rikkib> City for NZ
[9:54] <rikkib> Third largest I think
[9:54] <uw> something tells me id like to stay out of there lol
[9:54] <clonak> Was...
[9:54] <rikkib> akSeya, Wellington and Christchurch
[9:54] <rikkib> Ak
[9:55] <rikkib> Christchurch is in all sorts of striff but the Tait factory is fine I think
[9:57] <uw> I think i want to move there
[9:57] <rikkib> Circuit boards come offshore... Cheaper to get the Chinese to do it.
[9:57] <uw> yea thats the thing though
[9:57] <uw> so then what do the people in NZ do?
[9:58] <rikkib> R&D you get them laser cut I think. I roll my own to a certain extent
[9:58] <uw> says tait has 800+ employees...
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[9:58] <rikkib> Fisher and Pykel is another big NZ company.
[9:59] <rikkib> Weta Workshop top of the food chain
[10:00] <rikkib> Plenty of things to do in NZ and plenty of space to do it in... 4 million you can go days without seeing anyone.
[10:00] <uw> nice
[10:01] <rikkib> Nobody blowing the hell out of everyone else
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[10:01] <rikkib> No fall out
[10:01] <uw> oh thats right can you guys have guns?
[10:01] <rikkib> The list just keeps on going on
[10:01] <clonak> you have to have a fire arms license
[10:01] <rikkib> Yeah as long as you are good
[10:02] <uw> oh ok cool
[10:02] <uw> might have been getting confused with damn au
[10:02] <rikkib> I did my gun license when I was 15
[10:02] <rikkib> drivers license same year
[10:02] <rikkib> ham at 21
[10:02] <uw> all i need is a job and id be over there by now
[10:03] <uw> i just dont have the accent so prob wouldnt get hired lol
[10:03] <uw> so id have to fake it
[10:03] <uw> but that might turn out sounded aussie, then i surely wouldnt get hired
[10:03] <rikkib> If you have the right skills you can get in most likely... We don't let Mike Tyson in but
[10:03] <clonak> Taranaki is where you want to go.
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[10:03] <clonak> such a nice plase.
[10:04] <uw> they need electrical engineers?
[10:04] <clonak> probably not,
[10:05] <clonak> they need farmers though,
[10:05] <uw> how about shepards
[10:05] <uw> i can do that too
[10:05] <clonak> mainly dairy I believe,
[10:05] <rikkib> You need a ma now days to tend sheep
[10:05] <clonak> never seen many sheep down there,
[10:07] <uw> wow 100k people in Taranaki?
[10:07] <uw> the crappy town i live in has that many
[10:07] <rikkib> Wonder if that little hill down there is going to go off again
[10:07] <clonak> 100,001 after christmas.
[10:07] <clonak> If my brother wil let me stay with him,
[10:08] <uw> yea that is a big mountain
[10:08] <rikkib> I have a niece down there... On a farm. Hubby and two kids share milking.
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[10:09] <clonak> Im more worries about the 4/5 bigs ones I can see from my house, and the ones I cant.
[10:09] <clonak> *worried,
[10:09] <rikkib> Oh dear. That made me laugh
[10:09] <uw> how much is a plot of land there?
[10:09] <clonak> my typing is off tonight, :/
[10:10] <uw> say 3-5acre
[10:10] <uw> lol yea worries oh noos
[10:10] <clonak> nz in general or 'naki ?
[10:10] <rikkib> Hmm depends where you buy
[10:10] <uw> say taranaki
[10:11] <rikkib> A friend just bought a 3 acre lifestyle block. But not sure how much he paid.
[10:11] <uw> lifestyle block?
[10:12] <rikkib> I do now he spent 100k plus to level areas of the property off
[10:12] <clonak> kaiwaka up north is ~250-300k for 5acres.
[10:12] <clonak> not sure about south,
[10:12] <uw> ouch NZ dollars?
[10:12] <clonak> lifestyle block = mini farm,
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[10:12] <rikkib> loifestyle block just small title
[10:12] <clonak> 5-10 acres usually,
[10:13] <clonak> yeah NZD
[10:13] <uw> thats more than i thought
[10:13] <uw> how about taxes?
[10:13] <rikkib> This lifestyle block is in Helensville
[10:13] <clonak> well, you cant get shit all in AKL for under $300k,
[10:13] <rikkib> 1/4 acre
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[10:14] <rikkib> or maybe less
[10:14] <clonak> if you are lucky to find one that big,
[10:14] <clonak> mostly they have been sub divided now.
[10:14] <rikkib> This house 180k
[10:14] <uw> yea well houses are hard to gauge price wise
[10:15] <uw> i'd probably just by land and bulid something
[10:15] <uw> but at 300k im not about to jump there yikes
[10:15] <uw> esp in a rural area?
[10:15] <clonak> stay out of akl, you will be fine.
[10:16] <clonak> 'naki is pretty cheap.
[10:16] <rikkib> South Island is cheap if you can handle the cold
[10:16] <uw> id go to naki
[10:16] <uw> how cold?
[10:16] <clonak> haha, go to gore...
[10:17] <clonak> wahts it like, $80k for a house with massive section ?
[10:17] <rikkib> -5 -10
[10:17] <clonak> http://www.trademe.co.nz/property
[10:17] <rikkib> Then it gets real hell hot for a month in the midle of summer
[10:18] <clonak> that should give you ideas about prices,
[10:18] <uw> new plymouth
[10:19] <uw> any good area?
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[10:21] <rikkib> TV3 This chick cracks me up.
[10:21] <elxa> how is mainline kernel support going?
[10:22] <clonak> NP is a nice place,
[10:22] <clonak> can be chilly, but its not bad.
[10:22] <clonak> try hawkes bay, never been there but hear good things,
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[10:23] <buZz> tutututu
[10:24] <clonak> uw: you could always try west auckland, its fairly cheap in parts.
[10:24] <clonak> its where I grew up,
[10:24] <buZz> ~some file that i UUUUSED to STORE
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[10:24] <DarkTherapy> morning all
[10:24] <buZz> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DkaUsBwe0fo
[10:25] <rikkib> Ah westy... Years on Hobsonville Rd
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[10:25] <rikkib> PC support business on Hobby rd
[10:25] <uw> Patea hmm some good deals there eh
[10:25] <clonak> I vagely remember that actually,
[10:26] <uw> alright got to go good talking to you nz folks
[10:26] <rikkib> Patea is not a place you would like
[10:26] <uw> why now
[10:26] <rikkib> Nothing there
[10:26] <clonak> was it at a house, rikkib ?
[10:27] <DarkTherapy> does anyone know how to change the sound output to a USB sound card with OpenElec xbmc, rater than the normal output?
[10:27] <rikkib> Big Maori population
[10:27] <clonak> or did you have a shop ?
[10:27] <rikkib> clonak, You got it
[10:27] <buZz> DarkTherapy: i think its a /boot/config.txt option
[10:27] <rikkib> Rotating sign out front, flag
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[10:27] <clonak> between that road, and that other road ?
[10:28] <rikkib> PCNZ
[10:28] <clonak> heading down to the mariner,
[10:28] <DarkTherapy> buZz: thanks, is that only readable in a Linux machine as there is no boot folder when viewing the card in win
[10:28] <DarkTherapy> wait, I can ssh lol
[10:28] <rikkib> On the right heading towards the shore
[10:28] <clonak> I would know the place if I went past it,
[10:28] <clonak> yeah, I remember it,
[10:28] <rikkib> About a KM from end of old motorway
[10:29] <buZz> DarkTherapy: no the /boot is a fat32 partition, its the only partition you see
[10:29] <DarkTherapy> hmmm I didn't see that with openelec..
[10:29] <buZz> DarkTherapy: oh hmm, i think i read that you can also just do it with the mixer
[10:29] <DarkTherapy> I'll take another look later
[10:30] <DarkTherapy> what mixer? in xbmc?
[10:30] <rikkib> A friend owns the house now and the business closed when my business partner moved back to his home land (Nelson)
[10:30] <buZz> DarkTherapy: in linux
[10:31] <buZz> DarkTherapy: oh
[10:31] <buZz> DarkTherapy: did you read the xbmc docs?
[10:31] <buZz> > If you.re using the video out port and not HDMI, then you.ll need to use the headphone jack to output the audio. You can get a cable to hook this up to a TV, but you.ll also need to go to Settings,System Settings, Audio Output, and change it to Analogue
[10:31] <rikkib> On the right heading towards the shore... Correction meant to be left
[10:32] <clonak> oh,
[10:32] <clonak> not the one I was thinking of, but now you mention it I do remember another one,
[10:33] <rikkib> Past the Fire station around a couple of little corner and you were at 44 hobby rd
[10:33] <DarkTherapy> buZz: I'm using hdmi - dvi for a monitor, that has no speakers. the headphone jack works with some speakers but it's not great, I have a USB sound sound card that I would prefer to use
[10:34] <clonak> I grew up off fitzherbert.
[10:35] <buZz> DarkTherapy: yeah the internal analog is pretty bad
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[10:36] <DarkTherapy> buZz: yep.. I got the USB sound card working in raspbian fine, just can't work out how to get it working in openelec
[10:36] <DarkTherapy> I'll figure it out..
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[10:37] <sraue> DarkTherapy, its not possible, xbmc for RPi uses the omxplayer which talks direct with the hardware and not via alsa (which is needed for usb sound support)
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[10:38] <DarkTherapy> sraue: ah, thanks. I'll need a tv instead with hdmi sound
[10:38] <RaTTuS|BIG> http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/PC-HDMI-to-VGA-3-5mm-Audio-HDTV-HD-Video-Converter-Adapter-PS3-XBOX-360-Apple-TV-/300692770623?pt=UK_Computing_Sound_Vision_Video_Cables_Adapters&hash=item4602af8f3f#ht_6691wt_1164
[10:39] <RaTTuS|BIG> oops - sorry wrong window for that
[10:39] <sraue> DarkTherapy, i have read about some adapters
[10:40] <buZz> hehe RaTTuS|BIG
[10:40] <buZz> i feel troubled by the price of such a device ;)
[10:40] <DarkTherapy> sraue: yeah, some dac probably
[10:40] <sraue> DarkTherapy, see the link from RaTTuS|BIG
[10:41] <RaTTuS|BIG> ^ yeah one of my mates was looking for something like that to split off his HDMI audio - and also was asking about vga ,,, ,,, so that comes close .,,. not sure on quality though
[10:42] <DarkTherapy> maybe I could have a go at splitting the sound/video from a hdmi cable lol
[10:42] <DarkTherapy> with a dac inside the box..
[10:42] <RaTTuS|BIG> ^ you need an adapter to do it ...
[10:42] <RaTTuS|BIG> but it can be done -
[10:42] <DarkTherapy> yeah
[10:43] <treeherder> has anyone played with occidentalis?
[10:43] <RaTTuS|BIG> and you will get better quality than the headphone socket
[10:43] <treeherder> specifically the spi/i2c bus
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[11:06] <Dovid> hi all
[11:06] <Dovid> anyone try to get bluetooth working on the PI?
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[11:13] <Dovid> what does this mean? IRC channel. Logs @ http://srv.datagutt1.com <> ** No Foul Language ** No unauthorised Bots ** <> You will only be able to join #raspberr
[11:14] <Dovid> hi
[11:14] <Dovid> pastebin.com/ktcwbp6v
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[11:18] <Fleck> Dovid what part you don't understand in topic
[11:18] <Fleck> ?
[11:19] <Dovid> ?
[11:19] <Dovid> what did I say wrong?
[11:19] <nid0> he asked what bit you dont understand
[11:19] <gordonDrogon> Dovid, it means what it says. Obviously you've managed to join - so you have registered a nick, the other part - no foul language means don't swear. It's kid friendly.
[11:20] <Fleck> hi nid0, gordonDrogon
[11:20] <Dovid> oh. it seems instead of pasting my link to the PB i posted the topic ;)
[11:20] <Dovid> whats wrong here pastebin.com/ktcwbp6v
[11:20] <nid0> though, having looked at his pastebin link, I rather suspect Dovid was talking about that and the topic was a mispaste
[11:20] <gordonDrogon> Dovid, Doh :)
[11:21] <Dovid> yes.
[11:21] <Dovid> lol
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[11:21] <aaa801> My modem came with a gnu license sheet
[11:21] <Dovid> oops again. i posted the wrong box
[11:21] <aaa801> not sure if good or bad, good side , its open, bad side, man pages
[11:21] <Dovid> my issue is with bluetooth for some reason i can't get hcitool to see it
[11:21] <aaa801> Dovid: what you trying to hookup to bluetooth?
[11:22] <Dovid> aaa801: mY CELL PHONE and then use it with #aasterisk
[11:22] <Dovid> #asterisk*
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[11:22] <aaa801> whats the proble,?
[11:22] <aaa801> problem*
[11:23] <booyaa> why not just use wifi and use a sip app on your phone?
[11:23] <Dovid> 1) seems when i connect bluetooth my network connection goes down
[11:23] <Dovid> booyaa: I want to use chan_mobile
[11:23] <Dovid> one sec. i think the device just rebooted.
[11:24] <booyaa> heh that's kinda cool
[11:24] <booyaa> the chan_mobile
[11:25] <booyaa> oo sms via bluetooth
[11:26] <Dovid> it seems my USB port causes the PI to reboot
[11:26] <Dovid> faulty device?
[11:26] <Dovid> i suspect that it has a short
[11:28] <gordonDrogon> Have you tried plugging in anything else? e.g. a keyboard, hub, etc. ?
[11:28] <scummos^> my pi also reboots if I short it
[11:28] <scummos^> :D
[11:31] <aaa801> might be drawing too much power
[11:31] * aaa801 deathstares at the polyfuses
[11:32] <Dovid> so too much power will cause a reboot?
[11:32] <Dovid> how do i prevent that?
[11:32] <aaa801> try with powered usb
[11:34] <Dovid> oh joy
[11:34] <Dovid> time to head back to BestBuy
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[11:45] <Dovid> would "giving better power" to the device help?
[11:46] <Dovid> like plugging it in to the wall instead of my lpatop?
[11:46] <scummos^> try it
[11:47] <Dovid> ddoes it make sense that the device will stay up just the bluetooth wont work?
[11:47] <asaru> usb bluetooth plugged directly into the pi?
[11:48] <asaru> pi can only send 140mA thru usb ports, maybe your bluetooth device needs more
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[13:08] <aaa801> The engineer that is here to fit my new phoneline looks confused
[13:08] <aaa801> he pluged a couple things into the phoneline then was like
[13:08] <aaa801> WTF
[13:08] <aaa801> and went to the junction box
[13:08] <aaa801> xD
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[13:10] <yaMatt> presumably he knows that unless he fits the phone line it won't work
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[13:12] <aaa801> the line is connected
[13:12] <aaa801> its just not behaving
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[13:13] <aaa801> prob due to a bunch of idiots living in this block of flats and a easily accessable socket link point outside
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[13:14] <teh_many> stupid people is stupid
[13:14] <teh_many> what'chu gonna do
[13:14] <McBofh> teh_many: ahem
[13:14] <McBofh> stupid people *are* stupid
[13:14] <McBofh> :-p
[13:14] <teh_many> McBofh: no, stupid people *iz* stupid
[13:14] <McBofh> heh
[13:14] <teh_many> you're on the internets, don't you know dat ?
[13:15] <McBofh> woof woof
[13:15] <teh_many> does puppy run on the pi ?
[13:15] <asaru> hah
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[13:15] <asaru> stupid people.. giving smart people jobs since 1995
[13:15] <teh_many> heheh
[13:15] <teh_many> i should print this out and put it on my desk
[13:16] <asaru> i read something about that, i believe there is a project in the works for puppy on thep i
[13:16] <teh_many> yeah
[13:16] <asaru> the pi, rather
[13:16] <teh_many> u don't know how far it is do you
[13:16] <McBofh> I was referring to the concept that 'on the internet, nobody knows you're a dog"
[13:16] <McBofh> etc
[13:16] <teh_many> afaik it already runs, just needs some fine-tuning
[13:16] <teh_many> McBofh: i thought nobody knows you were a fat bearded man
[13:16] <McBofh> hey, I've lost a *lot* of weight!
[13:17] <McBofh> and I can't grow a beard to save myself :(
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[13:18] <aaa801> im on a 3g connection
[13:18] <aaa801> its horid atm
[13:19] <aaa801> the guy said hed be back in 20mins 15m ago
[13:19] <aaa801> =/
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[13:21] <[SLB]> can anyone who's been online for maybe a couple of hours already tell me how i quit the channel earlier please?
[13:21] <RaYmAn> [SLB]: 09:22 -!- [SLB] [~slabua@unaffiliated/slabua] has quit [Quit: Close the world, Open the nExt]
[13:21] <RaYmAn> UTC time
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[13:21] <[SLB]> thanks RaYmAn :)
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[13:27] <aaa801> gah he left before i could check if its online
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[13:28] <aaa801> Urgha. no sync =/
[13:30] <Hoerie> nice, RS finally dispatched my order - so they are at 99K now
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[13:34] <yaMatt> Hoerie, oh, nice to know they are working on it
[13:34] <yaMatt> Hoerie, when did you order?
[13:35] <Hoerie> june 22
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[13:38] <yaMatt> mine can't be far behind then
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[13:38] <yaMatt> 29th I ordered
[13:39] <yaMatt> of June
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[13:40] <Hoerie> well, they got 40000 units last week and I think they were still needing to handle orders in the 80K and 90K ranges that they 'forgot'
[13:41] <Hoerie> so they might reach 125K or so on this batch (I guess)
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[13:43] <teh_many> rs is so slow
[13:43] <teh_many> order w/ farnell
[13:43] <teh_many> mine came rly quick
[13:43] <RaTTuS|BIG> http://www.raspberrypi.org/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f=23&t=18576&start=50#p187876 |<- rs
[13:43] <RaTTuS|BIG> farnell you et it in 2 days
[13:44] <Hoerie> I also got one from Tandy, they sent that in 3 hours
[13:45] <Hoerie> but my RS order had some other stuff too
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[13:50] <Lexip> Feel a little bit sick now... :( http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BMsLArefSOw
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[13:56] <Hoerie> <+Lexip> Feel a little bit sick now... :( http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BMsLArefSOw <-- this is why there is no hope for humanity
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[13:57] <Lexip> It looks easy to get rich in america, with people like that on the loose with their wallets halfopen ready to buy whatever crap epople tell them they should get
[13:58] <Hoerie> they generally don't need to have the money, they have credit
[13:59] <gordonDrogon> can't watch the video - at a client site...
[13:59] <Lexip> gordonDrogon, I'm sure your client will enjoy it
[14:00] <Hoerie> summary: woman is wating in line for iPhone5 without knowing why she wants one, thinking it will cost $200,- - she will use it to text and message her friends
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[14:01] <Lexip> Correction, she wants an "Apple 5"
[14:01] <Hoerie> she mentioned both terms
[14:02] <nid0> she doesnt wanna get scammed on the internet either, hence waiting in line
[14:02] <Hoerie> anyhow: she looks like the phrase sheeple was coined to describe her
[14:02] <nid0> so she can be scammed by apple just as well in one of their actual stores
[14:02] <Lexip> Wasn't there something about... the apple 5 having secure internet or something?
[14:03] <Hoerie> and apparenlty making stills was something she didn't know the iPhone5 could do, and this was a wonderful feature
[14:03] <Lexip> I kinda zoned out for a bit there to preserve my sanity
[14:03] <Hoerie> me too
[14:03] <nid0> the fact that she's sitting in what appears to be a swivelly wheeled leather office chair rather than a little folding camp chair is what gets me
[14:03] <Hoerie> I'm secretly hoping this was a fake video
[14:04] <Lexip> we can always hope
[14:04] <Lexip> I'm waiting for a "Microsoft 8" myself
[14:05] <Lexip> It's got a window and stuff on it... I like looking out the window, so it's an obvious choice really
[14:05] <Hoerie> don't forget to buy a window-wiper service
[14:06] <Lexip> Hmm, I best start queueing outside my local radio store right now, so I don't get scammed
[14:06] <Lexip> Need to make sure I get the right window-wiper app for a good price
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[14:07] <Hoerie> and buy it on the street, so you don't get scammed on the net
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[14:09] <Lexip> Hmm yeah, I think I saw some guy in an alley...
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[14:12] <japro> when i emulate the rpi does GLES also work in the emulator?
[14:12] <japro> i'm trying to figure out if there is a way to make a video screen capture without a capture card
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[14:17] <[SLB]> tried win8 official for some time, not bad
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[14:21] <japro> some wordpress spammers are really funny. most of them are like "very informative. www.weddingdresses.com"
[14:21] <[SLB]> today my pi is running at 33?C urm, winter is coming
[14:21] <japro> but occasionally you get like "you should really improve your posts so we can understand them better. www.freemeds.com" :D
[14:24] <buZz> [SLB]: get your facts straight
[14:25] <buZz> [SLB]: there is no windows version 8
[14:25] <buZz> [SLB]: its called windows 6.2
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[14:25] <[SLB]> it's 1 month al least that i have windows 8 professional official, straight from msdn faculty subscription
[14:26] <[SLB]> original, and for free, uh oh
[14:26] <buZz> well, the preview
[14:26] <[SLB]> no
[14:26] <[SLB]> final
[14:26] <[SLB]> i got the preview like 6 months ago, if not more
[14:27] <buZz> ah yeah
[14:27] <buZz> its 1 month ago they finished it
[14:27] <buZz> i dont really like the unity clone they call metro
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[14:27] <buZz> i dont even like unity
[14:27] <[SLB]> thru msdn is released about 1 month earlier than anywhere else
[14:27] <[SLB]> yea eheh
[14:27] <[SLB]> work on normal desktop mostly :p
[14:28] <Hodapp> siiigh, windows 8
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[14:28] <japro> the really funny part is all the people that freak out over "omg xna/some framework i use is not supported in metro apps i have to rewrite EVERYTHING"
[14:28] <Hoerie> I'm not even sure about what new stuff is there, apart from metro
[14:29] <[SLB]> uses even less ram than w7
[14:30] <Hoerie> that's not new, just and expected improvement
[14:30] <buZz> [SLB]: get your facts straight
[14:30] <Hoerie> -d
[14:30] <buZz> [SLB]: there is no windows version 7
[14:30] <buZz> [SLB]: its called windows 6.1
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[14:30] * Hodapp rolls eyes at buZz
[14:30] * buZz rolls D20 at Hoerie
[14:30] <buZz> eh
[14:30] <buZz> :)
[14:31] <buZz> man, why would companies limit the downloading of their preview software to <100kb/sec :S
[14:31] <[SLB]> i never said either windows version 8 nor 7 :)
[14:31] * Hoerie makes saving throw
[14:31] <japro> like this guy: http://www.rockpapershotgun.com/2012/09/28/the-swindle-preview/
[14:31] <japro> :D
[14:32] <japro> omg no XNA in metro, quick port everything to unity (which doesn't support metro yet either)
[14:32] <Hoerie> what's replacing xna, if anything?
[14:33] <buZz> [SLB]: you implied it, and thus, became part of the ongoing marketing lie
[14:33] <[SLB]> no i didn't, i called it by its name, which is in fact, windows 8, and 7 :)
[14:33] <[SLB]> you assumed :p
[14:35] <[SLB]> have to run to the airport for now sorry, see you laters :D
[14:35] <Hodapp> he indeed didn't say version 7
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[14:38] <japro> Hoerie, nothing it looks like, and there aren't even official dx bindings for managed languages... MS seems to assume that people either just use C++ or use non MS libs like sharpdx or what it's called
[14:38] <japro> really weird
[14:38] <atouk> i love the internet. where else can you sit with your morning coffee and watch peopel argue about nothing
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[14:43] <Hodapp> atouk: My kitchen table.
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[14:44] <Hoerie> <+japro> really weird <-- I used XNA when it was really new for a while, I'm not sure whether it ever really caught on with the big companies though
[14:44] <FR^2> hiho
[14:45] <japro> well it is from "a big company" its essentially a dx wrapper
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[14:47] <FR^2> I updated (not really knowing what I'm doing) using https://github.com/Hexxeh/rpi-update; Now the raspberry doesn't boot (it just shows that coloured square on the screen). No big deal, I could simply reinstall the sdcard. But I would like to know what went wrong, or more specific: Is there any way to find out where the boot process stalls or which files are missing or corrupt?
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[14:47] <Hoerie> <+japro> well it is from "a big company" its essentially a dx wrapper <-- yeah, but they were preaching it to gaming companies (especially startups) as the new answer to all problems
[14:48] <japro> it seems only really be used by indies
[14:49] <japro> the only reason i used it was because you can also deploy to xbox
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[14:55] <teh_many> qrwteyrutiyoup: did you smash your head onto the keyboard for that nick ? :D
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[15:00] <qrwteyrutiyoup> something like that, teh_many Lol
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[15:03] <xranby> qrwteyrutiyoup: did you know that you can spell "typewriter" using only the top row? it was a mayor selling feautre for the fast keystroke mechanical qwerty typewriters.
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[15:04] <Hodapp> did you know that the letters in 'Ironman' can be rearranged to spell 'Romney'? Coincidence? I THINK NOT.
[15:04] <Hodapp> RON PAUL 2016!!!!1111
[15:06] <Joeboy> The longest English word that can be typed on a querty keyboard using only your left hand is "stewardesses"
[15:06] <xranby> Joeboy: thank you, i did not know
[15:07] <qrwteyrutiyoup> I didnt, xranby. interesting :D
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[15:08] <nid0> I can type way longer words than that using only my left hand
[15:08] <[diecast]> while maintaining the 'proper' hand position on the keyboard i guess he meant
[15:09] <gordonDrogon> stewardesseseses
[15:09] <gordonDrogon> hmm
[15:10] <gordonDrogon> Cwm fjord bank glyphs vext quiz. All 26 letters in 26 letters.
[15:10] <xranby> Cwm?
[15:10] <gordonDrogon> it's welsh for top if the valley.
[15:11] <xranby> ah neat!
[15:11] <gordonDrogon> or in this case, head of the fjord ...
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[15:15] <FR^2> Where can I read up about details on the raspi's boot process?
[15:15] <xranby> FR^2: before or after loading the linux kernel?
[15:15] <FR^2> Before ;)
[15:16] <nid0> http://www.raspberrypi.org/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f=63&t=6685
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[15:21] <FR^2> nid0: Thanks. How could I _not_ find that? :/ Thanks a lot.
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[15:42] <teh_many> derp
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[15:48] <buZz> herp
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[15:55] <teh_many> hurrrrrr
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[16:04] <Crenn-NAS> http://i3.photobucket.com/albums/y81/crenn/Projects/RaspPi/121004/IMG_1812.jpg ;D
[16:05] <gordonDrogon> Crenn-NAS, the wires... my eyes .. :)
[16:05] <gordonDrogon> what's the red board?
[16:05] <gordonDrogon> although I recognise that you'r using SPI to communicate with it...
[16:07] <Hoerie> oh cool, I'm thinking of hooking up a colour oled to my pi
[16:08] <gordonDrogon> they're fantastic displays.
[16:08] <gordonDrogon> I had a project with one connected to a PIC a couple of years ago.
[16:08] <Hoerie> going to create a stock-ticker gadget
[16:08] <gordonDrogon> IT was just like having a glossy photo in-front of me. 179.9 degree viewing angle
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[16:09] <Hoerie> I'm thinking of having a dial to select stock + graphs
[16:10] <gordonDrogon> they're relatively expensive though.
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[16:11] <FR^2> gordonDrogon: the read board is a leaflabs maple mini, I guess.
[16:11] <Hoerie> $30,- on adafruit
[16:11] <Hoerie> 0.95" diagonal square oled
[16:12] <gordonDrogon> FR^2, yea.
[16:12] <gordonDrogon> http://www.coolcomponents.co.uk/catalog/oled-inch-stamp-sized-intelligent-module-p-129.html
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[16:13] <gordonDrogon> that's probably the same one.
[16:13] * aaa801 has eye twitch from outsourced tech support
[16:13] <aaa801> thankyou for confirmings that informationings sir Now we can access your internettings account infos
[16:13] <aaa801> twitch.. twitch
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[16:14] <Hoerie> http://adafruit.com/products/684
[16:15] <gordonDrogon> Hoerie, that's the bare bones one - the ones I was looknig have have this posh 'goldilox' graphics processor to do a lot of the hard work.
[16:15] <Hoerie> hence the price-difference
[16:15] <Hoerie> will they steal your porridge though?
[16:16] <gordonDrogon> very probably!
[16:16] <Hoerie> I guess with shipping to NL your option might actually be cheaper
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[16:16] <Hoerie> I'm going to work on the software side first anyway
[16:17] <gordonDrogon> I still fancy one of these though: http://www.coolcomponents.co.uk/catalog/color-breakout-board-p-664.html
[16:17] <gordonDrogon> it's LED not OLED though.
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[16:20] <Hoerie> I see VFD as another alternative for a nice retro look
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[16:21] <gordonDrogon> :)
[16:21] <gordonDrogon> I had an old calculator that uses VFD.
[16:22] <gordonDrogon> nixie tubes ftw!
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[16:22] <Hoerie> I have a nixie tube wall clock
[16:22] * jprvita|afk is now known as jprvita
[16:23] <Hoerie> but nixie tubes that display symbols are impossible to find
[16:24] <Draylor> k, 'turbo' mode should've existed since day 1 - lovely piece of work :)
[16:25] <FR^2> How about some mini crt? ;)
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[16:29] <gordonDrogon> if all these new things that keep coming should have been there on day 1, then day one will be next month.
[16:33] <aaa801> i i.. think i knew more about internet routing then that guy did
[16:33] <aaa801> -.-'
[16:33] <Draylor> :)
[16:33] <aaa801> "him: i can not access the websites either, it must be there website"
[16:33] <aaa801> refering to github.com
[16:33] <Draylor> 'tis great though gordonDrogon
[16:33] <aaa801> -.-'
[16:33] <Draylor> finally lets the ethernet run full speed, just for starters
[16:34] <gordonDrogon> Draylor, I don't recal any issues before - I could achieve > 95Mb/sec using iperf...
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[16:35] <Draylor> i never could - when the data was going to/from usb - which is the important bit i shouldve mentioned ;)
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[16:37] <gordonDrogon> yea! I've never done that.
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[16:38] <Hoerie> hmm, apparently there's a hackerspace with a lasercutter really close to me
[16:38] <buZz> Hoerie: which?
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[16:38] <Hoerie> not telling :-)
[16:38] <buZz> you are dutch, right?
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[16:39] <buZz> ah, ja dus
[16:39] <Hoerie> idd
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[16:48] <Hexxeh> http://cgit.freedesktop.org/~wjt/xf86-video-videocore/
[16:49] <Hexxeh> looks interesting
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[16:53] <Laurenceb> is there ever going to be graphics acceleration of X ?
[16:54] <rymate1234> I was told not
[16:55] <rymate1234> However hexxeh linked this earlier http://cgit.freedesktop.org/~wjt/xf86-video-videocore/
[16:55] <Hexxeh> just spoke with the guy who wrote it
[16:55] <Hexxeh> it's not usable yet.
[16:56] <rymate1234> oh ok
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[17:00] <gordonDrogon> will it be worth the memory sacrifice to use the GPU though?
[17:00] <gordonDrogon> (as I presume you'll need to use a different split from e.g. 240, etc.) to use...
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[17:00] <Hexxeh> heh, if you have a Pi with 512MB RAM, definitely :)
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[17:02] <Draylor> hah
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[17:05] <gordonDrogon> yes, but not everyone will have a 512MB Pi...
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[17:07] <rymate1234> s/everyone/anyone
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[17:09] <gordonDrogon> I'm sort of under the impression that some people may have been trying to remove the SDRAM chip and replace it as an experiment...
[17:09] <Draylor> doesnt sound like a job for a bored guy with a soldering iron to me
[17:09] <Draylor> but good luck to them ;)
[17:10] <gordonDrogon> no, but with professional re-work kit, it should be possible.
[17:10] <rymate1234> heh
[17:12] <dennistlg> pi memory addon 2gb would be very nice ;-)
[17:12] <rymate1234> lol
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[17:12] <rymate1234> hmm
[17:12] <rymate1234> How to share internet from windows to a pi via ethernet?
[17:12] <rymate1234> I can do it just fine in ubuntu
[17:12] <Hodapp> ask #windows
[17:12] <Hodapp> ...it's not a Pi question and I don't really know
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[17:13] <dennistlg> !google Internet conection sharing ( ICS)
[17:13] <PiBot> dennistlg: http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows-vista/Using-ICS-Internet-Connection-Sharing - "Using ICS (Internet Connection Sharing)"
[17:13] <nid0> plug in cable, enable internet connection sharing
[17:13] <gordonDrogon> rymate1234, buy a switch and plug both into the switch.
[17:13] <lupinedk> I would love Hexxeh to make a rpi-downgrade tool
[17:13] <Hexxeh> wut?
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[17:14] <Hexxeh> gordonDrogon: I know of a few 512MB Pis, it's definitely possible
[17:14] <lupinedk> tired of this https://github.com/raspberrypi/firmware/issues/98
[17:14] * andatche (~andatche@2001:470:91db:2:fc52:4e38:f09a:9e8e) Quit (Ping timeout: 272 seconds)
[17:14] <lupinedk> see last post
[17:14] <dennistlg> hexxeh do you have one link? to a 512mb pi
[17:14] * SgrA (~sgra@unaffiliated/sgra) Quit (Ping timeout: 246 seconds)
[17:15] <Hexxeh> don't have them to hand, was shown one via skype
[17:15] <rymate1234> my pi isn't showing its IP on startup
[17:15] <nid0> are you setting the ip via cmdline.txt?
[17:15] <rymate1234> no?
[17:15] <gordonDrogon> rymate1234, login and type /sbin/ifconfig -a
[17:16] <rymate1234> gordonDrogon, I'm currently running headless due to lack of keyboard
[17:16] <rymate1234> so that miiiight be an issue
[17:16] <nid0> are you setting the ip to use anywhere?
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[17:16] * PiBot sets mode +v andatche
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[17:17] * PiBot sets mode +v jzu
[17:17] * XeCrypt is now known as Tuxuser
[17:17] <rymate1234> nid0, no
[17:17] * Cloudpi (noobie@79.133.201.88) has joined #raspberrypi
[17:17] * PiBot sets mode +v Cloudpi
[17:18] <Cloudpi> RASPBERRYPI IS FOR FAGGOTS - BUY WWW.PANDABOARD.ORG PANDABOARD ES FOR $161 TODAY
[17:18] <Cloudpi> RASPBERRYPI IS FOR FAGGOTS - BUY WWW.PANDABOARD.ORG PANDABOARD ES FOR $161 TODAY
[17:18] <Cloudpi> RASPBERRYPI IS FOR FAGGOTS - BUY WWW.PANDABOARD.ORG PANDABOARD ES FOR $161 TODAY
[17:18] <Cloudpi> RASPBERRYPI IS FOR FAGGOTS - BUY WWW.PANDABOARD.ORG PANDABOARD ES FOR $161 TODAY
[17:18] <Cloudpi> RASPBERRYPI IS FOR FAGGOTS - BUY WWW.PANDABOARD.ORG PANDABOARD ES FOR $161 TODAY
[17:18] <Cloudpi> RASPBERRYPI IS FOR FAGGOTS - BUY WWW.PANDABOARD.ORG PANDABOARD ES FOR $161 TODAY
[17:18] <Cloudpi> RASPBERRYPI IS FOR FAGGOTS - BUY WWW.PANDABOARD.ORG PANDABOARD ES FOR $161 TODAY
[17:18] <Cloudpi> RASPBERRYPI IS FOR FAGGOTS - BUY WWW.PANDABOARD.ORG PANDABOARD ES FOR $161 TODAY
[17:18] <Cloudpi> RASPBERRYPI IS FOR FAGGOTS - BUY WWW.PANDABOARD.ORG PANDABOARD ES FOR $161 TODAY
[17:18] <tos9> !ops
[17:18] <Cloudpi> RASPBERRYPI IS FOR FAGGOTS - BUY WWW.PANDABOARD.ORG PANDABOARD ES FOR $161 TODAY
[17:18] <Cloudpi> RASPBERRYPI IS FOR FAGGOTS - BUY WWW.PANDABOARD.ORG PANDABOARD ES FOR $161 TODAY
[17:18] <th0mz> g b
[17:18] <Hodapp> Apparently I received the heterosexual edition Raspberry Pi.
[17:18] <Cloudpi> RASPBERRYPI IS FOR FAGGOTS - BUY WWW.PANDABOARD.ORG PANDABOARD ES FOR $161 TODAY
[17:18] <Cloudpi> RASPBERRYPI IS FOR FAGGOTS - BUY WWW.PANDABOARD.ORG PANDABOARD ES FOR $161 TODAY
[17:18] <Cloudpi> RASPBERRYPI IS FOR FAGGOTS - BUY WWW.PANDABOARD.ORG PANDABOARD ES FOR $161 TODAY
[17:18] <Cloudpi> RASPBERRYPI IS FOR FAGGOTS - BUY WWW.PANDABOARD.ORG PANDABOARD ES FOR $161 TODAY
[17:18] <dennistlg> have upgraded my htc universal with a secound chip a few years ago. think about to make it with a pi too
[17:18] <Cloudpi> RASPBERRYPI IS FOR FAGGOTS - BUY WWW.PANDABOARD.ORG PANDABOARD ES FOR $161 TODAY
[17:18] <Cloudpi> RASPBERRYPI IS FOR FAGGOTS - BUY WWW.PANDABOARD.ORG PANDABOARD ES FOR $161 TODAY
[17:19] <Cloudpi> RASPBERRYPI IS FOR FAGGOTS - BUY WWW.PANDABOARD.ORG PANDABOARD ES FOR $161 TODAY
[17:19] <Cloudpi> RASPBERRYPI IS FOR FAGGOTS - BUY WWW.PANDABOARD.ORG PANDABOARD ES FOR $161 TODAY
[17:19] <Cloudpi> RASPBERRYPI IS FOR FAGGOTS - BUY WWW.PANDABOARD.ORG PANDABOARD ES FOR $161 TODAY
[17:19] <rymate1234> Cloudpi, rpi is cheaper and cooler
[17:19] <Cloudpi> RASPBERRYPI IS FOR FAGGOTS - BUY WWW.PANDABOARD.ORG PANDABOARD ES FOR $161 TODAY
[17:19] <Cloudpi> RASPBERRYPI IS FOR FAGGOTS - BUY WWW.PANDABOARD.ORG PANDABOARD ES FOR $161 TODAY
[17:19] <Cloudpi> RASPBERRYPI IS FOR FAGGOTS - BUY WWW.PANDABOARD.ORG PANDABOARD ES FOR $161 TODAY
[17:19] * pingbat (~pingbat@87.236.108.87) Quit (Quit: pingbat)
[17:19] <Cloudpi> RASPBERRYPI IS FOR FAGGOTS - BUY WWW.PANDABOARD.ORG PANDABOARD ES FOR $161 TODAY
[17:19] <Cloudpi> RASPBERRYPI IS FOR FAGGOTS - BUY WWW.PANDABOARD.ORG PANDABOARD ES FOR $161 TODAY
[17:19] <SIFTU> why doesnt pibot kick him
[17:19] <Cloudpi> RASPBERRYPI IS FOR FAGGOTS - BUY WWW.PANDABOARD.ORG PANDABOARD ES FOR $161 TODAY
[17:19] <rymate1234> PANDABOARD IS FOR PANDAS - KEEP USIN' YO PI'S EVERYONE
[17:19] <Cloudpi> RASPBERRYPI IS FOR FAGGOTS - BUY WWW.PANDABOARD.ORG PANDABOARD ES FOR $161 TODAY
[17:19] <Cloudpi> RASPBERRYPI IS FOR FAGGOTS - BUY WWW.PANDABOARD.ORG PANDABOARD ES FOR $161 TODAY
[17:19] <Lexip> That makes me not want to buy a pandaboard :-/
[17:19] <gordonDrogon> ReggieUK, ping ...
[17:19] <Cloudpi> A
[17:19] <Cloudpi> [A
[17:19] <Cloudpi> [A
[17:19] <Cloudpi> [A
[17:19] <rymate1234> B
[17:19] <Cloudpi> RASPBERRYPI IS FOR FAGGOTS - BUY WWW.PANDABOARD.ORG PANDABOARD ES FOR $161 TODAY
[17:19] <rymate1234> C
[17:19] <rymate1234> D
[17:19] <Cloudpi> RASPBERRYPI IS FOR FAGGOTS - BUY WWW.PANDABOARD.ORG PANDABOARD ES FOR $161 TODAY
[17:19] <tanuva> woah, now I really want one, thanks mate!
[17:19] <Cloudpi> RASPBERRYPI IS FOR FAGGOTS - BUY WWW.PANDABOARD.ORG PANDABOARD ES FOR $161 TODAY
[17:19] <Cloudpi> RASPBERRYPI IS FOR FAGGOTS - BUY WWW.PANDABOARD.ORG PANDABOARD ES FOR $161 TODAY
[17:19] <Cloudpi> RASPBERRYPI IS FOR FAGGOTS - BUY WWW.PANDABOARD.ORG PANDABOARD ES FOR $161 TODAY
[17:20] <Cloudpi> RASPBERRYPI IS FOR FAGGOTS - BUY WWW.PANDABOARD.ORG PANDABOARD ES FOR $161 TODAY
[17:20] <Cloudpi> RASPBERRYPI IS FOR FAGGOTS - BUY WWW.PANDABOARD.ORG PANDABOARD ES FOR $161 TODAY
[17:20] <Cloudpi> RASPBERRYPI IS FOR FAGGOTS - BUY WWW.PANDABOARD.ORG PANDABOARD ES FOR $161 TODAY
[17:20] <Cloudpi> RASPBERRYPI IS FOR FAGGOTS - BUY WWW.PANDABOARD.ORG PANDABOARD ES FOR $161 TODAY
[17:20] <Cloudpi> RASPBERRYPI IS FOR FAGGOTS - BUY WWW.PANDABOARD.ORG PANDABOARD ES FOR $161 TODAY
[17:20] <Cloudpi> RASPBERRYPI IS FOR FAGGOTS - BUY WWW.PANDABOARD.ORG PANDABOARD ES FOR $161 TODAY
[17:20] <Vibe> !kick Cloudpi
[17:20] <Cloudpi> A
[17:20] <rymate1234> Cloudpi, your advertising is bad, and you should feel bad
[17:20] <Cloudpi> [A
[17:20] <Cloudpi> [A
[17:20] <Cloudpi> [A
[17:20] <Cloudpi> RASPBERRYPI IS FOR FAGGOTS - BUY WWW.PANDABOARD.ORG PANDABOARD ES FOR $161 TODAY
[17:20] <Lexip> Im surprised he's not called CloudPanda!
[17:20] <Cloudpi> RASPBERRYPI IS FOR FAGGOTS - BUY WWW.PANDABOARD.ORG PANDABOARD ES FOR $161 TODAY
[17:20] <Cloudpi> RASPBERRYPI IS FOR FAGGOTS - BUY WWW.PANDABOARD.ORG PANDABOARD ES FOR $161 TODAY
[17:20] <Cloudpi> RASPBERRYPI IS FOR FAGGOTS - BUY WWW.PANDABOARD.ORG PANDABOARD ES FOR $161 TODAY
[17:20] <Cloudpi> RASPBERRYPI IS FOR FAGGOTS - BUY WWW.PANDABOARD.ORG PANDABOARD ES FOR $161 TODAY
[17:20] <Cloudpi> RASPBERRYPI IS FOR FAGGOTS - BUY WWW.PANDABOARD.ORG PANDABOARD ES FOR $161 TODAY
[17:20] <Cloudpi> RASPBERRYPI IS FOR FAGGOTS - BUY WWW.PANDABOARD.ORG PANDABOARD ES FOR $161 TODAY
[17:20] <Cloudpi> RASPBERRYPI IS FOR FAGGOTS - BUY WWW.PANDABOARD.ORG PANDABOARD ES FOR $161 TODAY
[17:20] <Cloudpi> RASPBERRYPI IS FOR FAGGOTS - BUY WWW.PANDABOARD.ORG PANDABOARD ES FOR $161 TODAY
[17:20] * Vibe beats up Cloudpi with a medium sized set of Windows 3.11 floppies
[17:20] <discopig> ...
[17:20] <Cloudpi> RASPBERRYPI IS FOR FAGGOTS - BUY WWW.PANDABOARD.ORG PANDABOARD ES FOR $161 TODAY
[17:20] <discopig> this guy again?
[17:20] <discopig> seriously?
[17:20] <Cloudpi> RASPBERRYPI IS FOR FAGGOTS - BUY WWW.PANDABOARD.ORG PANDABOARD ES FOR $161 TODAY
[17:21] <Hodapp> discopig: again?
[17:21] <Cloudpi> RASPBERRYPI IS FOR FAGGOTS - BUY WWW.PANDABOARD.ORG PANDABOARD ES FOR $161 TODAY
[17:21] * Vibe hits Cloudpi with an enormous axe
[17:21] <Cloudpi> RASPBERRYPI IS FOR FAGGOTS - BUY WWW.PANDABOARD.ORG PANDABOARD ES FOR $161 TODAY
[17:21] * Vibe beats up Cloudpi with a questionable Windows 2000
[17:21] <Cloudpi> [A
[17:21] <discopig> he was here yesterday on #raspbian
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[17:21] * PiBot sets mode +v mashbro
[17:21] <Cloudpi> RASPBERRYPI IS FOR FAGGOTS - BUY WWW.PANDABOARD.ORG PANDABOARD ES FOR $161 TODAY
[17:21] <discopig> insulting everyone
[17:21] <Cloudpi> RASPBERRYPI IS FOR FAGGOTS - BUY WWW.PANDABOARD.ORG PANDABOARD ES FOR $161 TODAY
[17:21] * Morgil (~morgil@f053209108.adsl.alicedsl.de) has joined #raspberrypi
[17:21] * PiBot sets mode +v Morgil
[17:21] * Vibe beats up Cloudpi with a medium sized Compaq laptop
[17:21] <Cloudpi> RASPBERRYPI IS FOR FAGGOTS - BUY WWW.PANDABOARD.ORG PANDABOARD ES FOR $161 TODAY
[17:21] <Cloudpi> RASPBERRYPI IS FOR FAGGOTS - BUY WWW.PANDABOARD.ORG PANDABOARD ES FOR $161 TODAY
[17:21] <Cloudpi> RASPBERRYPI IS FOR FAGGOTS - BUY WWW.PANDABOARD.ORG PANDABOARD ES FOR $161 TODAY
[17:21] * Vibe hits Cloudpi with a terrifying QuakeNET server
[17:21] <discopig> why are people elitist about ARM boards, lol
[17:21] <Cloudpi> RASPBERRYPI IS FOR FAGGOTS - BUY WWW.PANDABOARD.ORG PANDABOARD ES FOR $161 TODAY
[17:21] <rymate1234> hey Cloudpi, can you give me more information about the pandaboard?
[17:21] <Cloudpi> RASPBERRYPI IS FOR FAGGOTS - BUY WWW.PANDABOARD.ORG PANDABOARD ES FOR $161 TODAY
[17:21] <Cloudpi> RASPBERRYPI IS FOR FAGGOTS - BUY WWW.PANDABOARD.ORG PANDABOARD ES FOR $161 TODAY
[17:21] <Cloudpi> RASPBERRYPI IS FOR FAGGOTS - BUY WWW.PANDABOARD.ORG PANDABOARD ES FOR $161 TODAY
[17:21] <rymate1234> I wanna know why I'm paying $130 extra
[17:21] <Cloudpi> RASPBERRYPI IS FOR FAGGOTS - BUY WWW.PANDABOARD.ORG PANDABOARD ES FOR $161 TODAY
[17:21] <Cloudpi> RASPBERRYPI IS FOR FAGGOTS - BUY WWW.PANDABOARD.ORG PANDABOARD ES FOR $161 TODAY
[17:21] * Vibe beats up Cloudpi with a breath taking QuakeNET server
[17:21] <Cloudpi> RASPBERRYPI IS FOR FAGGOTS - BUY WWW.PANDABOARD.ORG PANDABOARD ES FOR $161 TODAY
[17:21] <tanuva> Vibe: we want more beating messages!
[17:21] * chris_99 (~chris_99@unaffiliated/chris-99/x-3062929) has joined #raspberrypi
[17:21] * PiBot sets mode +v chris_99
[17:21] <Cloudpi> RASPBERRYPI IS FOR FAGGOTS - BUY WWW.PANDABOARD.ORG PANDABOARD ES FOR $161 TODAY
[17:21] <Cloudpi> RASPBERRYPI IS FOR FAGGOTS - BUY WWW.PANDABOARD.ORG PANDABOARD ES FOR $161 TODAY
[17:21] <teh_many> hm
[17:21] <teh_many> mods ?
[17:21] <Cloudpi> RASPBERRYPI IS FOR FAGGOTS - BUY WWW.PANDABOARD.ORG PANDABOARD ES FOR $161 TODAY
[17:21] * Vibe hits Cloudpi with a large whip
[17:21] <Cloudpi> RASPBERRYPI IS FOR FAGGOTS - BUY WWW.PANDABOARD.ORG PANDABOARD ES FOR $161 TODAY
[17:21] <Cloudpi> RASPBERRYPI IS FOR FAGGOTS - BUY WWW.PANDABOARD.ORG PANDABOARD ES FOR $161 TODAY
[17:22] <Cloudpi> RASPBERRYPI IS FOR FAGGOTS - BUY WWW.PANDABOARD.ORG PANDABOARD ES FOR $161 TODAY
[17:22] <atouk> just as i pour a fresh cup of coffee, this guy...
[17:22] * rymate1234 slaps Cloudpi with a pandaboard
[17:22] <Cloudpi> RASPBERRYPI IS FOR FAGGOTS - BUY WWW.PANDABOARD.ORG PANDABOARD ES FOR $161 TODAY
[17:22] <teh_many> wow, this has been going on for quite some time
[17:22] <Cloudpi> RASPBERRYPI IS FOR FAGGOTS - BUY WWW.PANDABOARD.ORG PANDABOARD ES FOR $161 TODAY
[17:22] <Lexip> Mods asleep it seems :<
[17:22] <Cloudpi> RASPBERRYPI IS FOR FAGGOTS - BUY WWW.PANDABOARD.ORG PANDABOARD ES FOR $161 TODAY
[17:22] * Vibe kills Cloudpi with an enormous set of Windows 3.11 floppies
[17:22] <Cloudpi> RASPBERRYPI IS FOR FAGGOTS - BUY WWW.PANDABOARD.ORG PANDABOARD ES FOR $161 TODAY
[17:22] * Vibe tortures Cloudpi with a questionable picture of Bill Gates
[17:22] <discopig> yeah, same thing happened on #raspbian
[17:22] <Cloudpi> [A
[17:22] <discopig> they had no mods for hours
[17:22] <Cloudpi> [A
[17:22] <discopig> :/
[17:22] <Cloudpi> [A
[17:22] <Cloudpi> [A
[17:22] <Lexip> Doh
[17:22] <Cloudpi> [A
[17:22] <Cloudpi> [A
[17:22] <aykut> lol
[17:22] <Cloudpi> RASPBERRYPI IS FOR FAGGOTS - BUY WWW.PANDABOARD.ORG PANDABOARD ES FOR $161 TODAY
[17:22] * DrJ (~DrJ@unaffiliated/bacon) has joined #raspberrypi
[17:22] * PiBot sets mode +v DrJ
[17:22] <rymate1234> GUYS
[17:22] <Cloudpi> RASPBERRYPI IS FOR FAGGOTS - BUY WWW.PANDABOARD.ORG PANDABOARD ES FOR $161 TODAY
[17:22] <Cloudpi> RASPBERRYPI IS FOR FAGGOTS - BUY WWW.PANDABOARD.ORG PANDABOARD ES FOR $161 TODAY
[17:22] <tanuva> there's this command to call netadmins on freenode, but I don't remember it
[17:22] <rymate1234> SET YOUR CLIENTS ON IGNORE
[17:22] <Cloudpi> RASPBERRYPI IS FOR FAGGOTS - BUY WWW.PANDABOARD.ORG PANDABOARD ES FOR $161 TODAY
[17:22] <Vibe> Cloudpi: [A
[17:22] <Cloudpi> RASPBERRYPI IS FOR FAGGOTS - BUY WWW.PANDABOARD.ORG PANDABOARD ES FOR $161 TODAY
[17:22] * tomaw (tom@freenode/staff/tomaw) has joined #raspberrypi
[17:22] * PiBot sets mode +v tomaw
[17:22] <gordonDrogon> He's using a hijacked PC in Poland.
[17:22] <Cloudpi> RASPBERRYPI IS FOR FAGGOTS - BUY WWW.PANDABOARD.ORG PANDABOARD ES FOR $161 TODAY
[17:22] <DrJ> I want a baconboard
[17:22] <Cloudpi> RASPBERRYPI IS FOR FAGGOTS - BUY WWW.PANDABOARD.ORG PANDABOARD ES FOR $161 TODAY
[17:22] <Cloudpi> RASPBERRYPI IS FOR FAGGOTS - BUY WWW.PANDABOARD.ORG PANDABOARD ES FOR $161 TODAY
[17:22] <Cloudpi> RASPBERRYPI IS FOR FAGGOTS - BUY WWW.PANDABOARD.ORG PANDABOARD ES FOR $161 TODAY
[17:22] <Hodapp> DrJ: a what?
[17:22] <gordonDrogon> or he really is in poland...
[17:22] <Cloudpi> RASPBERRYPI IS FOR FAGGOTS - BUY WWW.PANDABOARD.ORG PANDABOARD ES FOR $161 TODAY
[17:23] <Morgil> i just joined this channel because people at my table complained about that bot.
[17:23] <Cloudpi> RASPBERRYPI IS FOR FAGGOTS - BUY WWW.PANDABOARD.ORG PANDABOARD ES FOR $161 TODAY
[17:23] <discopig> mmm baconboard
[17:23] <Cloudpi> RASPBERRYPI IS FOR FAGGOTS - BUY WWW.PANDABOARD.ORG PANDABOARD ES FOR $161 TODAY
[17:23] <RaTTuS|BIG> .. /ignore works until the modes can kill him
[17:23] <Vibe> tomaw: hi
[17:23] <Cloudpi> RASPBERRYPI IS FOR FAGGOTS - BUY WWW.PANDABOARD.ORG PANDABOARD ES FOR $161 TODAY
[17:23] <Vibe> tomaw: ban Cloudpi
[17:23] <Hodapp> tomaw: wanna help?
[17:23] <discopig> they should have named raspberrypi baconboard
[17:23] <Cloudpi> RASPBERRYPI IS FOR FAGGOTS - BUY WWW.PANDABOARD.ORG PANDABOARD ES FOR $161 TODAY
[17:23] * ReggieUK sets mode +b *!*@79.133.201.88
[17:23] <Cloudpi> RASPBERRYPI IS FOR FAGGOTS - BUY WWW.PANDABOARD.ORG PANDABOARD ES FOR $161 TODAY
[17:23] * resure (~resure@pdpc/supporter/student/resure) has joined #raspberrypi
[17:23] * PiBot sets mode +v resure
[17:23] * Cloudpi was kicked from #raspberrypi by ReggieUK
[17:23] <rymate1234> yay
[17:23] <teh_many> yay ! :) peace
[17:23] <rymate1234> ^.^
[17:23] <DrJ> although I do like pandas
[17:23] <Vibe> !kick Cloudpi
[17:23] <Hodapp> Vibe: he's gone.
[17:23] * Vibe hits Cloudpi with a suspicious whip
[17:23] <Vibe> nice
[17:23] <Vibe> thx
[17:23] <atouk> <golfclap>TY , Reggie</golfclap>
[17:23] <SIFTU> ReggieUK: cant pibot kick automatically?
[17:23] <mashbro> yo ReggieUK
[17:23] * Morgil (~morgil@f053209108.adsl.alicedsl.de) has left #raspberrypi
[17:23] <RaYmAn> it's pretty unlikely it's anyone even remotely related to pandaboard doing it though
[17:23] * yinkum (~Matt@cpe-69-23-124-221.kc.res.rr.com) Quit (Quit: yinkum)
[17:23] <Lexip> Mhm
[17:24] <RaTTuS|BIG> http://www.ustream.tv/channel/hsc-events-cam#utm_campaign=www.hackerspacecharlotte.org&utm_source=12198445&utm_medium=social
[17:24] <Vibe> good
[17:24] * mashbro (mashbro@unaffiliated/mashbro) has left #raspberrypi
[17:24] <Vibe> can't find pic about pandaboard
[17:25] * emilepetrone (~emilepetr@c-24-22-29-27.hsd1.or.comcast.net) Quit (Remote host closed the connection)
[17:25] <[diecast]> wow, i want to run out and buy a panda board now! not really.
[17:25] * resure (~resure@pdpc/supporter/student/resure) has left #raspberrypi
[17:25] <ReggieUK> He seems to be thinking that there is something called freedom of speech
[17:25] <ReggieUK> hence he thinks he can spam what he likes in here
[17:26] <Lexip> So pandaboard is like an expensive Pi? Better performance etc
[17:26] <ReggieUK> forgetting that I'm from the UK
[17:26] <rymate1234> YEP
[17:26] <rymate1234> lol
[17:26] <[diecast]> even freedom of speech is limited to rules and regulations
[17:26] <Lexip> That's pretty cool, might invest in one at a later date
[17:26] <[diecast]> and on irc, flooding is one of them
[17:26] <ReggieUK> and trolling is another
[17:27] <[diecast]> that's really in the freenode ToS?
[17:27] * GBHor (noobie@79.133.201.86) has joined #raspberrypi
[17:27] * PiBot sets mode +v GBHor
[17:27] <RaYmAn> Lexip: pretty much - it was around well before rpi - it's the sucessor to beagleboard kinda.
[17:27] <ReggieUK> there's allsorts of stuff in the freenode regs
[17:27] <GBHor> RASPBERRYPI USES ARMv6 HAHAHAHAHA, THATS NOT COOLER
[17:27] <GBHor> RASPBERRYPI USES ARMv6 HAHAHAHAHA, THATS NOT COOLER
[17:27] <GBHor> RASPBERRYPI USES ARMv6 HAHAHAHAHA, THATS NOT COOLER
[17:27] <GBHor> RASPBERRYPI USES ARMv6 HAHAHAHAHA, THATS NOT COOLER
[17:27] <GBHor> RASPBERRYPI USES ARMv6 HAHAHAHAHA, THATS NOT COOLER
[17:27] <GBHor> RASPBERRYPI USES ARMv6 HAHAHAHAHA, THATS NOT COOLER
[17:27] <GBHor> RASPBERRYPI USES ARMv6 HAHAHAHAHA, THATS NOT COOLER
[17:27] <GBHor> RASPBERRYPI USES ARMv6 HAHAHAHAHA, THATS NOT COOLER
[17:27] * ReggieUK sets mode +b *!*@79.133.201.86
[17:27] <GBHor> RASPBERRYPI USES ARMv6 HAHAHAHAHA, THATS NOT COOLER
[17:27] * GBHor was kicked from #raspberrypi by ReggieUK
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[17:27] * PiBot sets mode +v SgrA
[17:28] <Lexip> Oh, interesting :)
[17:28] * ReggieUK sets mode -b+b *!*@79.133.201.86 *!*@79.133.201.*
[17:28] <Draylor> heh, reggie made a friend
[17:28] <gordonDrogon> well I'm out of here,
[17:28] <gordonDrogon> until whenever.
[17:28] <Draylor> a rather stupid friend, if thats the bestthey can manage, but still ;)
[17:28] * gordonDrogon (~gordon@93.89.81.142) Quit (Quit: Where's the Kaboom?)
[17:29] <ReggieUK> Draylor and I've potentially lost another 254 in the process with that ban
[17:29] <Lexip> I kinda expect him to come back with 79.133.201.84 now.
[17:29] <rymate1234> [16:28:10] * ReggieUK sets ban on *!*@79.133.201.*
[17:29] <ReggieUK> [16:28] * ReggieUK sets mode: -b+b *!*@79.133.201.86 *!*@79.133.201.*
[17:29] <[diecast]> sweet, bump it up a subnet
[17:29] <Lexip> Oh, didn't see the second :(
[17:30] <Hodapp> ooh! ooh! my turn!
[17:30] <rymate1234> I don't think this connection sharing is working
[17:30] <Hodapp> errr... Raspberry Pi isn't a real fruit! You all are sheep!
[17:30] <Lexip> My eyes have adjusted and have started to ignore gray text (+b and 'kicked' are red) :)
[17:30] <ReggieUK> I've got no issues with pandaboard
[17:30] <ReggieUK> we can sit here and discuss the merits if you want
[17:30] <[diecast]> wow, im mega lagged
[17:30] <rymate1234> I know it isn't working, cuz my pi says its IP when it boots
[17:30] <rymate1234> and it isnt
[17:31] <discopig> raspberry pi tastes ok if you boil it enough
[17:31] <Lexip> I can see benefits to both of them
[17:31] <ReggieUK> me too
[17:31] <ReggieUK> and other boards as well
[17:31] <Hodapp> discopig: nah, still pretty much tastes like a PCB :)
[17:31] <Lexip> So I don't see why you'd argue and/or trying to insult users of other boards
[17:31] <discopig> i dont think raspberrypi caters to exactly the same market as beagleboard and pandaboard do
[17:31] <discopig> they each have their own purposes
[17:31] <Hodapp> Lexip: Stop thinking rationally.
[17:31] <Hodapp> Lexip: You'll only get yourself into trouble.
[17:32] <Lexip> I don't follow... -.^
[17:32] <discopig> lol
[17:32] <Lexip> Rational is good!
[17:32] <ReggieUK> I guess it depends entirely what you want from a device
[17:32] <Lexip> Yep
[17:32] <ReggieUK> for me the pi is sucky on the desktop
[17:32] <ReggieUK> there's no escaping it
[17:32] <Lexip> If you want a ferrari, you don't go out and buy an old Volvo.
[17:32] <ReggieUK> it's a bit laggy
[17:32] <Hodapp> Well, apparently the RPi caters too much to folks that are homosexual.
[17:32] <buZz> ReggieUK: are you using it as a desktop?
[17:32] <ReggieUK> but hey, it's $35
[17:32] <ReggieUK> careful there Hodapp
[17:32] <Hodapp> As our colleague tried so very hard to get across.
[17:32] <buZz> i am planning to make a laptop out of it
[17:33] <buZz> as i feel a great need to have an ARM laptop
[17:33] <ReggieUK> buZz, kind of but not really using it as a desktop
[17:33] <buZz> hm ok
[17:33] <ReggieUK> I'm not really using it for anything in particular right now
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[17:33] <ReggieUK> messing with xbmc, sd cards and NFS booting
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[17:34] <ReggieUK> trying to get a feel for what it can and can't do
[17:34] <i42n> hey, can somebody tell me the sound device output on the raspberry debian wheezy image? somethin like /dev/?
[17:34] <Hodapp> ReggieUK: NFS booting? Via an initramfs or what?
[17:34] <buZz> i42n: its alsa, not oss
[17:34] <nid0> Hodapp: you dont need initramfs for nfs boot
[17:34] <ReggieUK> Hodapp, just the rootfs
[17:34] <nid0> you can just set it in cmdline.txt
[17:34] <Hodapp> oooh
[17:34] <Hodapp> nice
[17:34] <nid0> iSCSI boot for example needs an initramfs though
[17:35] <i42n> buZz: I try to set a sound device for http://pwet.fr/man/linux/commandes/mp3blaster but do not know which one. Without setting it, it does not work.
[17:35] <Hodapp> I've only done NFS boot once or twice and I think it was via BOOTP or somesuch
[17:35] <ReggieUK> I got given a little nas
[17:35] <Hodapp> i42n: maybe look at alsa-oss and the wrapper?
[17:35] <ReggieUK> but it turns out it's pretty rubbish
[17:35] <buZz> i42n: http://mp3blaster.sourceforge.net/#faq
[17:36] <buZz> the ONLY faq question on the website is exactly what you need
[17:36] <ReggieUK> so I setup 100gb disk on a vm and parked a pi rootfs on it
[17:36] <ReggieUK> works much better
[17:37] <i42n> buZz: did not see that o_O tanks!
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[17:37] <buZz> i42n: your welcome :)
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[18:08] <aaa801> isp doesnt know the difference between forum and form
[18:08] <aaa801> -.-'
[18:09] <nid0> useful
[18:09] <nid0> whats the context?
[18:11] <aaa801> trying to register on there official forum
[18:11] <aaa801> for members
[18:11] <aaa801> -.-'
[18:11] <aaa801> Sir you need to make a account to access this, BUT I CANT
[18:11] <aaa801> RAGE
[18:14] <aaa801> Why is my wii lit up O_o
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[18:16] <Hoerie> <+aaa801> Why is my wii lit up O_o <-- it's probably jealous of you lavishing attention on raspberry pi
[18:16] <aaa801> lol
[18:18] <aaa801> it knows its unloved
[18:18] <aaa801> :3
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[18:20] <Hoerie> mine knows too, I never connected it to my new switch
[18:20] <Hoerie> my N64 still gets used from time to time
[18:21] <rymate1234> My PS2 is unloved
[18:21] <rymate1234> so is all my games consoles
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[18:22] <Hoerie> now that I have a pi, I certainly don't use my ps3 as media player anymore
[18:23] <rymate1234> I hacked my wii so I could use it as a media player
[18:23] <rymate1234> Never used the media player on it
[18:23] <rymate1234> probably never will
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[19:04] <basti> hi there! i am thinkging about getting several pi devices in order to use the audio output. i read/watched some videos where they said, that the output is not that good. is that true?
[19:04] <thrawed> basti: crappy hardware
[19:05] <thrawed> basti: and software
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[19:06] <basti> thrawed, so in other words: yes, the pi is not the first choice for audio output?
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[19:06] <thrawed> audio through hdmi is supposed to be better
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[19:08] <Hexxeh> alsa support seems MUCH better these days
[19:08] <Hexxeh> can finally drop my raspberrypi branch for despotify :V
[19:11] <ToadKing> Hexxeh: Really? I tried it about a week ago and analog audio still crackles to hell on underruns
[19:11] <Hexxeh> not sure about analogue, was using HDMI out
[19:11] <Hexxeh> analogue is never going to be good though
[19:11] <ToadKing> like completely unusable once a underrun happens
[19:12] <ToadKing> i know it's not as good, but i would expect the audio to not fall apart
[19:13] <aaa801> eah
[19:13] <thrawed> ToadKing: it's a shitty dac
[19:13] <aaa801> Hexxeh: why is your name soo familar
[19:13] <thrawed> aaa801: he made rpi-update
[19:13] <Hexxeh> i wrote a hit pop song?
[19:13] <aaa801> aha
[19:13] <aaa801> ;)
[19:13] <Hexxeh> aww, okay. nevermind.
[19:13] <Hexxeh> ;)
[19:14] <ToadKing> would it be possible for the alsa driver to at least compensate for that? because I use my rpi mainly with my old CRT tv
[19:14] <Hexxeh> iirc it's not an alsa thng
[19:14] <Hexxeh> s/thng/thing/
[19:14] <ToadKing> and audio is a no-go expcept for omxplayer
[19:14] <Hexxeh> it's a firmware thing, and dom is trying to improve it
[19:14] <thrawed> ToadKing: you can't polish a turd
[19:14] <Hexxeh> that too
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[19:16] <basti> ToadKing, what do you mean by "underrun"?
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[19:17] <ToadKing> audio stream falls behind the sample rate
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[19:17] <ToadKing> so it wants to play audio that isn't there yet
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[19:18] <ToadKing> once it drops you get horrible corruption that persists
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[19:21] <discopig> that sucks
[19:22] <Blu3Knight> Anyone have a good place to order cheap cases from in U.S.
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[19:24] <thrawed> Blu3Knight: ebay
[19:25] <Blu3Knight> I do not like Ebay??? anyone have any stores.
[19:25] <thrawed> iirc allied sell the cheapest cases, but they're also pretty ugly.
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[19:26] <thrawed> Blu3Knight: http://www.alliedelec.com/electronic-enclosures/computer/?dsNav=N:4294808691-4294965367
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[19:26] <Maqs> pretty ugly indeed
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[19:28] <Blu3Knight> Wow that was interesting??? crash when clicking on that link
[19:29] <thrawed> get this http://adafruit.com/products/1039
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[19:30] <Blu3Knight> thawed ??? nice -- but that case is a bit too much for a $35 computer don't you think?
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[19:30] <thrawed> Blu3Knight: adafruit open-sourced their pibox design, so if you have access to a laser cutter you could always make one of these
[19:31] <Blu3Knight> Sorry I do not :(
[19:32] <thrawed> modmypi sell cheapish abs plastic cases
[19:32] <rymate1234> so guys
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[19:33] <Blu3Knight> Yeah??? I actually like their cases, but it is in UK I am in US, and adafruit is out of all cases now.
[19:33] <rymate1234> i've thought of a silly little project for me
[19:33] <rymate1234> Get minecraft working on the pi
[19:34] <thrawed> Blu3Knight: adafruit is based in new york
[19:34] <Blu3Knight> Thrawed: they have no cases???. everything is on back order :)
[19:34] <thrawed> Blu3Knight: they restock often
[19:34] <Wubbbi> Guuuuys (and girls :D) I have a problem. I got my very own Raspberry Pi B rev. 2 today! Yeah! So I formatted a SD-Card and installed rapsbian. Well all good so far. But when I connect it to my TV, with the SD-Card plugged, it wont show me anything, I put in the Power-Cable (1000mA) but nothing is going to happen. Just the red LED for power shows up. Any ideas? What did I wrong?
[19:35] <thrawed> Wubbbi: if ACT ain't flashing then somethings wrong
[19:35] <nid0> either the power supply's well short of what it should be, or you havent written the sd card properly
[19:35] <ToadKing> does the screen display a rainbow square of sorts? if not then the firmware isn't loading, so it sounds like something with the sd card
[19:35] <nid0> that or your pi's buggered
[19:36] <rymate1234> Wubbbi, what voltage is the power supply?
[19:36] <Wubbbi> thrawed: I dont know if it flashes. The red light is pretty strong.
[19:36] <ToadKing> how did you install raspbian to the card? did you use the formatter and not just c/p the file?
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[19:36] <Wubbbi> rymate1234: 5V ... I use the charger from my HTC One X
[19:36] <thrawed> Wubbbi: act is green
[19:36] <rymate1234> ah
[19:36] <thrawed> Wubbbi: and is labelled act
[19:37] <Wubbbi> thrawed: Yeah I know. Let me test again
[19:37] <Wubbbi> thrawed: It is. Well t does not flash. I is just a little green point which is constantly shining.
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[19:38] <rymate1234> can't wait to get a keyboard / hdmi for my pi
[19:38] <thrawed> why do you have a hdmi keyboard?
[19:38] <rymate1234> meh
[19:39] <rymate1234> can't wait to get a keyboard and hdmi cable for my pi
[19:39] <rymate1234> 656x416 on a 22 inch screen is.... bluury
[19:39] <rymate1234> *blurry
[19:39] <thrawed> hdmi cables are often overpriced
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[19:39] <rymate1234> ikr
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[19:39] <rymate1234> BEHOLD
[19:40] <thrawed> monoprice do nice cables
[19:40] <Wubbbi> thrawed: any ideas?
[19:40] <[diecast]> there new hdmi cables look sweet
[19:40] <thrawed> Wubbbi: what did you use to image the card?
[19:40] <[diecast]> the low profile ones
[19:41] <rymate1234> I'll probably buy the cheapest I can find when I go component shopping
[19:41] <thrawed> [diecast]: link?
[19:41] <[diecast]> their
[19:41] <Wubbbi> Raspbian. http://www.raspberrypi.org/downloads weezy.
[19:41] <Wubbbi> Using Linux and dd!
[19:41] <[diecast]> http://www.monoprice.com/products/product.asp?c_id=102&cp_id=10240&cs_id=1025503&p_id=9427&seq=1&format=2
[19:41] <thrawed> [diecast]: Meh, white..
[19:42] <[diecast]> there is another color but its an odd mix
[19:42] <thrawed> Does anybody actually own a white tv?
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[19:43] <thrawed> [diecast]: they don't look shielded properly
[19:43] <[diecast]> i use their cables for everything... and even made my home theatre in-wall speakers with their cl2 stuff
[19:43] <[diecast]> no, they are just for small applications like ipod to hdmi or something i would imagine
[19:43] <thrawed> I'd rather have a ferrite bead on my hdmi cable.
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[19:44] <jui-feng> Wubbbi, did you use the "sync" command after writing the image? (not sure if this is actually required)
[19:44] <Wubbbi> jui-feng: Yes I did
[19:45] <[diecast]> thrawed: check out the cables i made - http://www.avsforum.com/t/1301573/have-a-look-at-these-beauties-how-to-make-your-own-high-end-cables/1380#post_21138496
[19:45] <ToadKing> remount the sd card on your computer and see what the root of the fat32 parition looks like
[19:45] <[diecast]> those are patch cables for my wall panel to the receiver
[19:46] <thrawed> [diecast]: you're kinda screwed if you want to move your box further away
[19:46] <[diecast]> heh
[19:46] <[diecast]> its a custom build theatre room. everything is in place as planned
[19:46] <thrawed> pics?
[19:47] <[diecast]> they're probably on the board
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[19:49] <_Trullo> expensive cables is a ripoff
[19:49] <thrawed> _Trullo: correction: expensive digital cables are a ripoff.
[19:49] <rymate1234> lol
[19:49] <rymate1234> wot
[19:49] <rymate1234> woot
[19:50] <rymate1234> got synergy working
[19:50] <rymate1234> ^_^
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[19:52] <sco`> something wrong with the latest arm128 split ??? anyone else's failing to boot ?
[19:55] <AC`97> huh?
[19:55] <thrawed> sco`: by latest, do you mean within the past 8 days?
[19:56] <sco`> yes
[19:56] <thrawed> no issues here
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[19:56] <sco`> is there a chance they can get corrupted ? if so whats the best thing to do .. copy off github ?
[19:57] <thrawed> sco`: tried copying over /boot manually?
[19:57] <thrawed> sco`: you should have a /boot.bak
[19:58] <sco`> i dont not have a /boot/boot.bk
[19:58] <sco`> but arm192 seems to work
[19:58] <thrawed> no, /boot.bak
[19:58] <sco`> ah u just mean a backup ?
[19:59] <thrawed> yes
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[19:59] <sco`> na, well yes very old versions .. whats wrong with just getting it from github though ?
[19:59] <thrawed> nothing
[20:00] <sco`> alright coool. was just looking for conformation that that would work .. thanks thrawed:
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[20:01] <Jinxed-> I'm having trouble keeping my GPIO low using python
[20:03] <Jinxed-> GPIO.output(13, GPIO.LOW) only seems to flash an LED that I have connected to the output
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[20:03] <Jinxed-> Is there a way to keep a GPIO output as high or as low
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[20:12] <[diecast]> Jinxed-: it is reset on reboot
[20:12] <[diecast]> but you an set it it init or some scripts on boot
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[20:18] <melow01> Hey folks, I'm aware of the backup orders on the pi but is Newark electronics the best bet to order one for the USA?
[20:18] <AC`97> melow01: yes.
[20:19] <AC`97> melow01: a while ago, they sold limited amounts on ebay for $35 and very low shipping.
[20:19] <plugwash> melow01, depends how desperate you are and how much you are willing to pay
[20:20] <melow01> AC`97 OK, thanks
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[20:22] <melow01> plugwash, is there another way to get one? I'm in CA.
[20:22] <AC`97> canada? XD
[20:22] <[diecast]> yes, i would sell mine for $500 for instance
[20:22] <[diecast]> so if you are REALLY desperate
[20:22] <AC`97> i'll sell mine for $499
[20:22] <melow01> Calif, usa
[20:22] <AC`97> [diecast] is ripping you off
[20:22] <[diecast]> NO!
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[20:22] <melow01> Wonderful :-)
[20:23] <[diecast]> mine has bubble wrap
[20:23] <melow01> As long as you don't charge me sales tax
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[20:24] <AC`97> got a resale number/certificate? XD
[20:24] * AC`97 is also in california
[20:24] <des2> mellow01 check Newark, Mcmelectronics and ebay for the Newark listing
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[20:25] <AC`97> i can't find their ebay pi anymore D:
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[20:25] <plugwash> melow01, if you want one quickly then afaict your options are to pay an ebay seller's markup or pay for one to be shipped from a reseller here in the UK
[20:25] <des2> yeah tgere seems to be no active listing at the moment
[20:25] <plugwash> or you can order from newark and hope it's not too long before their next batch turns up
[20:25] <[diecast]> im on a waiting list currently
[20:26] <[diecast]> so ya, they are in demand
[20:26] <[diecast]> again
[20:26] <Blu3Knight> Damn sounds like there should be another reseller here in the US
[20:26] <melow01> plug wash, got it. I'll wait for the back order to get filled.
[20:26] <des2> http://www.mcmelectronics.com/product/83-14277
[20:26] <[diecast]> Blu3Knight: adafruit
[20:26] <des2> Ouch estimated ship Feb 18
[20:26] <[diecast]> its not a reseller problem, its a supply problem
[20:26] <AC`97> not many people want to be a "reseller". it's too cheap.
[20:27] <AC`97> i'd be a reseller if i could sell them at $80 each
[20:27] <des2> http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=380473672724
[20:27] <Blu3Knight> AC ???. I might just start carrying them.
[20:27] <des2> This is the last ebay listing
[20:27] <des2> Wasn't adafruit upping the price when they had them ?
[20:27] <AC`97> O.o
[20:28] <Blu3Knight> Si us Ekenebt
[20:28] <Blu3Knight> So is Element
[20:28] <[diecast]> last time i spoke to adafruit on the 1st they said they expect them in around the 14th
[20:28] <Blu3Knight> $5 mark up at the NY Makers Fair :)
[20:28] <[diecast]> des2: they are $39.95 on adafruit
[20:28] <plugwash> element14 is just a brand name
[20:28] <[diecast]> which is fine. they have to import from uk
[20:29] <plugwash> element 14 US ~= newark
[20:29] <Blu3Knight> I meant Newark =
[20:29] <[diecast]> element14/newark/farnell
[20:29] <plugwash> [diecast], adafruit don't have stock right now they say they expect it in "5-10 days" but they give no indication on what they base that estimate
[20:29] <plugwash> so personally I wouldn't read too much into it
[20:29] <[diecast]> plugwash: right
[20:29] <[diecast]> no, i spoke to them
[20:30] <[diecast]> they expect it on the 14th. but ya, no guarantee
[20:30] <des2> I wonder how quick they sold out at makerfaire
[20:31] <Blu3Knight> They did not have that many when I got there at 12:00 on Saturday???. They were selling like hotcakes ??? Most people in line had 1 or 2
[20:33] <[diecast]> Blu3Knight: you in nyc? me too
[20:33] <[diecast]> i couldnt make it either day, was out of town
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[20:34] <Blu3Knight> Yep I am ??? now trying to find a case ??? and everyone is out as well :(
[20:35] <nputnam> boom https://tindie.com/cooltr5/raspberry-logo-raspberry-pi-case/
[20:35] <rymate1234> a case?
[20:35] <rymate1234> pffft
[20:36] <Blu3Knight> rymate1234: Hey I like cases :)
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[20:36] <AC`97> murder cases?
[20:36] <rymate1234> you don't want a case
[20:37] <[diecast]> wow that is pricey
[20:37] <[diecast]> i think my case was $6
[20:37] <Blu3Knight> rymate1234: ??? in a half puzzled look ???.. I DO NOT WANT A CASE ???..
[20:37] <AC`97> my case was free.
[20:37] <Blu3Knight> rymate1234: are you a jedi?
[20:37] <des2> If adafruit was getting them from the UK they most likely were revision 2.
[20:37] <rymate1234> what you really want is a polymer based protective shell for a raspberry pi
[20:37] <rymate1234> :P
[20:38] <AC`97> or solid resin?
[20:38] <AC`97> mmm, block-of-raspberrypi...
[20:38] <[diecast]> ya, its this one Blu3Knight http://www.newark.com/bud-industries/ps-11591/raspberry-pi-enclosure-pcb-box/dp/92T3300?Ntt=PS-11591
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[20:40] <Blu3Knight> rymate1234: What I really want is to create a small case that can put a number of PI's together sideways with a FAN to draw the heat out.
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[20:41] * plugwash isn't convinced a fan is needed
[20:41] <thrawed> Blu3Knight: the raspberrypi does not require active cooling
[20:41] <Blu3Knight> thrawed: Alone it doe snot ???. but in a case of 3-5 a small fan would not hurt
[20:42] <thrawed> one of the best parts of a machine like the pi is the fact that it's silent, why on earth would you stick a fan in there?!
[20:42] <thrawed> Blu3Knight: I suppose you'd want to add blue LEDs and glass panels too?
[20:42] <[diecast]> maybe an old cd shelf
[20:42] <[diecast]> or cassette shelf =)
[20:43] <Blu3Knight> thrawed: for most uses yes !!! for What I am considering ???. which is compiling 24 hours a day 7 days a week, it will not hurt.
[20:43] <[diecast]> ya they'd probably fit in a cassette shelf
[20:43] <thrawed> you want to use the pi for compiling?! are you insane?
[20:43] <Blu3Knight> thrawed: VERY!
[20:43] <thrawed> you'd be much better with a mini-itx
[20:43] <thrawed> *better off
[20:43] <rymate1234> I'm compiling on a pi right now....
[20:43] <rymate1234> lol
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[20:44] <plugwash> thrawed, depends, if you are compiling one thing over and over then yes
[20:44] <Blu3Knight> it is for a BinHost for Gentoo Linux so it is easier to run on a PI then compiling everything, I am almost done with the controller programming and everything.
[20:45] <plugwash> OTOH if you are building lots of different stuff then trying to get things working for crossbuilding can outweigh the costs of just getting enough hardware to build natively
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[20:45] <plugwash> though IMO even if you are going to build natively you want something with more ram than a Pi
[20:45] <Blu3Knight> plugwash: Yes.. but I have been having a conversation with the Fedora team and cross compiles are not benefitial.
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[20:46] <Blu3Knight> plugwash: Sure but I have a plan :)
[20:47] <rymate1234> Blu3Knight, multiple pi's?
[20:47] <Blu3Knight> Now of course Fedora compile farm is run in a University with a grant where they have a way to get some $$$ for multiple high powered arm systems.
[20:48] <Blu3Knight> rymate1234: Yes.. multiple PI's with a regular Gentoo System serving NFS and also dividing the jobs among a number of distcc farms.
[20:49] <Blu3Knight> rymate1234: I have been writing some scripts since the weekend, and I think I got it worked out. Today adding the first few systems to try.
[20:49] <plugwash> for raspbian we went for the simple soloution of just getting a number of reasonable arm boards and native building everything on them
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[20:49] <rymate1234> ah
[20:49] <Blu3Knight> plugwash: What did you get
[20:49] <plugwash> seems to work for us and is relatively simple and wasn't insanely expensive
[20:49] <plugwash> we are using eight freescale IMX53 quickstart boards
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[20:52] <Blu3Knight> plugwash: I do not know if that will be faster.
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[20:52] <Blu3Knight> The plug wash is 1 Ghz processor, although it does have more memory
[20:53] <plugwash> http://www.mouser.com/ProductDetail/Freescale-Semiconductor/MCIMX53-START-R/?qs=sGAEpiMZZMvFPGEOwQcrY0EoOLOG5gE0P0CHALqUcmM%3d
[20:53] <Blu3Knight> But I can actually throw 3 RPI's in to a distcc pool and have equal to = 1.9 Ghz worth of power
[20:53] <plugwash> though if I was doing it again i'm not sure i'd do the same, it's better than a Pi but it still stuggles with some packages
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[20:53] <plugwash> yeah distcc may well be a good approach
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[20:54] <plugwash> the main question IMO will be stability, will the Pis remain stable under the heavy network and strorage load
[20:54] <Blu3Knight> I have a main system that is looking up dependencies, and splitting the load up across the various distcc self contained farms.
[20:54] <Blu3Knight> plugwash: No Storage ??? only network
[20:54] <Blu3Knight> Of course ??? this is yet to be proven :)
[20:55] <Blu3Knight> But theoretically this should work out better.
[21:00] <Blu3Knight> The way I am doing this is to have the main memory and system running of a good performance SD card (mostly read performance though) - 12 Mb/sec Read - 5 mb/sec write. Then have the tmp space on a 2 GB SD card with 12 mb Read / 8 Mb Write. The rest is off the NFS ??? including the Gentoo portage tree ??? etc.
[21:00] <Blu3Knight> I will see how this works out.
[21:01] <Blu3Knight> Build binaries only, then install from Binaries using the same bin host, to update.
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[21:15] <midnightyell_> I'm finally getting cross-compiling to be sane
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[21:16] <midnightyell_> distcc on a farm of PIs would probably work, too.
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[21:17] <midnightyell_> I'm also on the TryStack group on facebook to get an account on their ARM server clusters to build natively.
[21:17] <midnightyell_> though I haven't heard back from them yet
[21:18] <Blu3Knight> midnightyell: What build are you using?
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[21:21] <midnightyell_> I'm using LTIB on my x86_64 Linux box
[21:22] <Hodapp> I'd think a beefier ARM board might be better
[21:22] <midnightyell_> *shrug* I build the kernel in about 90 seconds
[21:22] <Hodapp> but an RPi might be cheaper for the relative speed/$ if it's a build you can actually parallelize
[21:23] <Hodapp> oh, I didn't realize it's just a kernel you're building
[21:23] <ExeciN> I successfully connected to my Rpi's SSH server. I have tried to launch some GUI programs and XQuartz seems to work like it should. When I try to run "sudo synaptic" all I get is https://gist.github.com/6714950fb5fbffa41c45 What am I doing wrong?
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[21:23] <midnightyell_> 5 mins or so for a busybox based "distro" and about 45 seconds of that is making the SD card image
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[21:32] <ExeciN> Ok gksudo did the job
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[22:24] <elxa> how far away is mainline support for the pi?
[22:26] <thrawed> 12 years
[22:26] <rikkib> haha
[22:26] <elxa> oh nooo :) please not :D
[22:26] <rikkib> How long is a piece of string
[22:27] <elxa> is it that hard? I was reading some posts on the internet and it looked as if people were working on it, but no timeline given
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[22:27] <rikkib> Factors: Closed source. Foundation attitude.
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[22:28] <SpeedEvil> getting stuff to mainline has nonzero cost.
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[22:29] <teh_many> elxa: mainline as in torrents ? why not use transmission
[22:29] <teh_many> or rtorrent
[22:29] <elxa> teh_many: as in the mainline linux kernel
[22:29] <teh_many> o
[22:29] <teh_many> never :D
[22:30] <Dan39> lol
[22:30] <rikkib> The terms are stable and unstable
[22:30] <rymate1234> mainline?
[22:30] <rikkib> Currnetly Raspbian is unstable
[22:30] <Dan39> you guys all thought he maint the mainline torrent client?
[22:30] <rikkib> It has a few problems
[22:30] <elxa> rymate1234: linus tree, kernel.org kernel ?
[22:30] <Dan39> >_<
[22:30] <rymate1234> seems pretty stable to me rikkib
[22:31] <rikkib> USB and Framebuffer being the two that effect me badly
[22:31] <rymate1234> haven't really used it much though
[22:31] <SpeedEvil> mainline means that it can run a kernel just from kernel.IRC, with no patches.
[22:31] <rikkib> Trty running a web cam
[22:31] <rymate1234> ah
[22:31] <SpeedEvil> kernel,org
[22:31] <thrawed> the usb drivers are crap
[22:32] <rymate1234> they are?
[22:32] <Blu3Knight> SpeedEvil: I do not understand what you mean by that ??? all distributions make patches to the Kernel themselves.
[22:32] <rikkib> It has to get to the stable point first
[22:32] <rymate1234> wait
[22:32] <rymate1234> is framebuffer what displays Xorg?
[22:33] <SpeedEvil> Blu3Knight: sure.
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[22:33] <SpeedEvil> Blu3Knight: but you can boot most distributions on many platforms without those patches
[22:33] <Blu3Knight> SpeedEvil: So are you saying that the current distributions are not stable, because they choose to exclude certain modules, or something else.
[22:33] <rikkib> the frame buffer bug is related to traffic the other way
[22:34] <SpeedEvil> minor features may not work.
[22:34] <rikkib> From a camera to the system (programs)
[22:34] <SpeedEvil> a platform far enough from mainline will not boot without patching.
[22:34] <midnightyell_> I am having trouble building a 3.2.27-cutdown kernel that doesn't panic on boot; the full-blown kernel works, tho
[22:35] <Blu3Knight> SpeedEvil: The basic kernel that is included in any distribution will load the modules that are currently in the kernel tree.
[22:35] <rikkib> Is mainline what I call mainstream?
[22:36] <Blu3Knight> SpeedEvil: Currently the RPI is not in the kernel tree so are a ton of other drivers are modules.
[22:36] <SpeedEvil> Blu3Knight: external modules is a related issue.
[22:36] <Blu3Knight> The process is well defined in getting your patches accepted in to the kernel tree, but it takes some time. That is why you have distributions available specifically for the RPI that people maintain.
[22:37] <SpeedEvil> at this time, it is not possible at all to boot the pi from kernel.org source, even if you are happy with some missing drivers,
[22:37] <SpeedEvil> as I understand it.
[22:38] <Blu3Knight> SpeedEvil: no.. you can do it just fine if you are using a specific distribution that can build from code. Example Gentoo can be built from scratch using the kernel from the gentoo repository as long as you apply the patches.
[22:38] <SpeedEvil> as long as you apply the patches.
[22:38] <Blu3Knight> Other distributions that run on the PI are pre-compiled distributions and are built from the same code but the patches are applied for you.
[22:39] <Blu3Knight> Patches = Modules
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[22:39] <SpeedEvil> if you cannot boot the kernel without patches, the device is not 'mainline'
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[22:39] <elxa> Blu3Knight: where do I find the patches? I installed gentoo on my pi
[22:40] <elxa> currently I have it setup headless
[22:40] <Blu3Knight> http://wiki.gentoo.org/wiki/Raspberry_Pi
[22:40] <Blu3Knight> It is on Github
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[22:41] <elxa> Blu3Knight: yeah but I got that already
[22:41] <elxa> Blu3Knight: no way to run, say 3.5 or 3.6 with pi patches?
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[22:43] <jui-feng> Simon Arlott, Stephen Warren, Chris Boot and Dom Cobley are working to get some of the rpi stuff into mainline for 3.7
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[22:44] <Blu3Knight> elxa: here is the link to the Github you can take a look at the patches that are in there yourself - https://github.com/raspberrypi/linux
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[22:44] <jui-feng> see http://lists.infradead.org/pipermail/linux-rpi-kernel/2012-September/000206.html
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[22:45] <elxa> jui-feng: nice, thx :)
[22:47] <jui-feng> elxa, those patches are probably not what you are looking for. AIUI they are not really useful for a system that is supposed to do more than just booting :)
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[22:47] <elxa> jui-feng: let's hope there's more to come in the future :D
[22:48] <jui-feng> elxa, yes =)
[22:49] <rikkib> elxa, If I were keen on compiling a kernel I would be doing my own patching which entails diffing in between the two kernels and then applying the resulting patch. I have both source trees on the machine I have devoted to the RPi
[22:51] <midnightyell_> Or just grab the already-patched branch from https://github.com/raspberrypi/linux
[22:51] <rikkib> He is talking about getting ahead of the kernel version I think
[22:51] <midnightyell_> patching it yourself sounds like no fun to me. But to each his own
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[22:52] <rikkib> Current Linux kernel is 3.5 I think
[22:52] <midnightyell_> Okay, fair enough, then generate a diff, patch the new version with the diff and then resolve problems that arise
[22:52] <rikkib> Mainstream
[22:52] <aaa801> 3.5.5
[22:53] <midnightyell_> Ok; what's it fix or have that you need?
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[22:53] <midnightyell_> I have no idea what's in various versions of the kernel these days
[22:54] <rikkib> It means little apart from the fact you are living at the bleeding edge
[22:54] <rikkib> means
[22:54] <nid0> new versions move too fast for me, all our systems are still quite happy on 2.6
[22:54] <midnightyell_> fair enough
[22:54] <rikkib> Ahhh my eyes they deceive me
[22:55] <rikkib> I run Debian 6
[22:55] <midnightyell_> if someone wants to be the first kid on their block to have their Pi running 3.5.5, then go right ahead :)
[22:55] <Blu3Knight> it also depends on the distribution
[22:56] <rikkib> This machine is vital... If it no go nobody can get at me home web sites
[22:56] <Blu3Knight> Typically few people ROLL their own from the latest kernel.
[22:56] <rikkib> on fixed ip
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[22:57] <rikkib> In the old days that was all you had
[22:57] <rikkib> No I am more an appliance user with Debian
[22:57] <Blu3Knight> rikkib: How old a days???. I used to run slackware in the days of 0.68
[22:57] <rikkib> apt-get whatever
[22:57] <Blu3Knight> There was always a distribution
[22:57] <rikkib> The start
[22:57] <midnightyell_> It's been a long time since I've discovered that I needed to upgrade a kernel to get a feature I wanted
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[22:58] <rikkib> As soon as nz was on the net I was running Linux
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[22:58] <rikkib> I ran my own pc business before anyone knew what a pc was.... 8080 cpm
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[22:59] <midnightyell_> hah
[23:00] <rikkib> Breakfast time in NZ
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[23:00] <rikkib> I used to download stuff and create 3.5 floppies to install
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[23:01] * aaa801 places rikkib back into a cyro chamber and sends him back 30 years
[23:01] <aaa801> Dont worry lad, youl be right at home :)
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[23:03] <Blu3Knight> <--- Used to walk 2 miles in the snow to get to school!!! ;)
[23:03] <rikkib> Add another 10 years to go back to when my interest in computers goes.
[23:03] <Blu3Knight> and used candles for electricity >:)
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[23:03] <thrawed> Blu3Knight uphill both ways
[23:03] <midnightyell_> before I laugh at the 30 years comment, I should point out that Ms Pacman is running on my Pi right over there <----
[23:03] <Blu3Knight> thrawed: Yahhhh
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[23:05] <aaa801> i wish i hadnt missed out on the freaking times :(
[23:05] <aaa801> blackboxs <3
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[23:08] <[diecast]> "ph" i was there
[23:08] <[diecast]> bluebox worked well on santa monica blvd
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[23:08] <aaa801> ;)
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[23:09] <[diecast]> redboxes worked in most places
[23:09] <midnightyell_> anyone know where I can find the config files that were used to generate the standard and cutdown kernels from github.com/raspberrypi/linux ? The gentoo page references bcmrpi_cutdown_defconfig, but that doesn't exist
[23:09] <aaa801> lies
[23:09] <midnightyell_> I met John Draper / Cap'n Crunch a couple of times at conferences. Complete nutjob.
[23:10] <[diecast]> rikkib: subst command was good stuff when cds came out =)
[23:10] <[diecast]> midnightyell_: i dont doubt it
[23:10] <aaa801> mignightyell_: search harder https://github.com/raspberrypi/linux/blob/rpi-3.2.27/arch/arm/configs/bcmrpi_cutdown_defconfig
[23:10] <[diecast]> i went to a few bbs/2600 meetups
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[23:11] <[diecast]> but otherwise just stuck with my friends
[23:12] <midnightyell_> thanks :)
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[23:22] <rikkib> Hmmm Toast and jam, peanut butter and marnite
[23:24] <rikkib> Today: Write some code/html/php/css for the WebIOPi framework.
[23:26] <midnightyell_> Same thing we do every day, Pinky. Try to take over the world.
[23:27] <rikkib> The cutdown make file is in the source young Luke... I think
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[23:30] <rikkib> Hmmm need to set my stm32v clock. I need to sort this out. I use UTC which means a manual convert to set it. The clock displays 8 time zones all together.
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[23:39] <rikkib> Optimized java script. Uggg Extra work
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[23:40] <discopig> lol
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[23:42] <rikkib> ahhh google is my friend... Unoptimized source available on the jquery web site
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[23:46] <rikkib> Version drift. WebIOPi uses 1.7.2 current version is 1.8.2
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[23:50] <midnightyell_> has anyone successfully made a kernel/distro using hardfp ?
[23:52] <midnightyell_> and yes, I was trying to use a .config file that I found elsewhere for the cutdown config. Things are much happier when you use the one in the source
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