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IRC Log for 2012-10-28

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[0:04] <RudeViper> ok here is an interesting question - according to the elinux.org site - my video player may be the culprit (using VLC) so it says to use omxplayer - can't find it so ran apt-get to get it - it says I have the newsest version....What?
[0:05] <RudeViper> It doesn't show up anywhere
[0:06] <linuxstb> Where are you looking for it? It should be in /usr/bin/ (there is no GUI)
[0:06] <RudeViper> didn't know that
[0:06] <RudeViper> thank you
[0:06] <linuxstb> You run it at the terminal, with something like "omxplayer -o hdmi movie.mkv"
[0:06] <linuxstb> (assuming you want hdmi output)
[0:07] <RudeViper> what if I am using composite?
[0:07] <linuxstb> Then just "omxplayer movie.mkv"
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[0:08] <RudeViper> all I got was Have a nice day ;)
[0:09] <linuxstb> Yes, it generally doesn't give any useful error messages?
[0:10] <RudeViper> how do you find out what the video ram is?
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[0:11] <Gumby> RudeViper: if you are running it remotely you may need to do DISPLAY=:0 omxplayer -o hdmi movie.mkv
[0:11] <RudeViper> I was doing it directly
[0:11] <Gumby> ok, nevermind then :)
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[0:12] <RudeViper> I am seriously thinking of trying the raspbmc again - now that I have new keyboard and mouse plugged in
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[0:16] <linuxstb> Gumby: No, it doesn't use X
[0:16] <Gumby> I see
[0:17] <linuxstb> RudeViper: cat /proc/meminfo | grep MemTotal
[0:17] <linuxstb> Will tell you how much RAM the CPU has got.
[0:18] <d3nd3> hi Hexxeh i just installed your updater ;)
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[0:19] <RudeViper> Hexxeh, how do we tell what our video split is when the raspi-config only shows the 256mb options?
[0:19] <Amorsen> Does any of you happen to have a working kernel .config for 3.6.1?
[0:20] <RudeViper> linuxstb, thanks for that - but it isn't quite what I am looking for.
[0:20] <Amorsen> make oldconfig using arch/arm/configs/bcmrpi_cutdown_defconfig asks a thousand questions
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[0:21] <linuxstb> RudeViper: What do you want to know then? (I'm assuming you know if you have a 256MB or 512MB Pi).
[0:21] <Amorsen> Now I've answered them all with "return", we'll see in 12 hours if it boots
[0:22] <RudeViper> Gumby, BTW - just VERIFIED voltage at test points - 5.06 with everything running and keyboard and mouse plugged in
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[0:22] <d3nd3> RudeViper: how to verify at test points, can you tell me the method ? or do you use a multimeter?
[0:23] <RudeViper> linuxstb, yes I have 512 - it shows I have 497764 - I set split for 128 mb - it isn't adding up
[0:23] <RudeViper> multimeter - TP1 and TP2 on board
[0:24] <RudeViper> 1 near power plu and on between composite and audi
[0:24] <RudeViper> blasted fat fingers
[0:24] <linuxstb> RudeViper: Are you running the lastest bootloader/firmware - the one where you specify gpu_mem in config.txt?
[0:24] <RudeViper> yes -
[0:25] <obcd> gn, I am out.
[0:25] <d3nd3> cu.
[0:25] <RudeViper> when I run the free command I see way over 256 mb - but if those numbers are right I have only about 12mb of ram for video - I want 128mb - I suspect that is why I can't run any movies through pi
[0:25] <d3nd3> RudeViper: i see them, thanks
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[0:26] <RudeViper> no problem
[0:26] <d3nd3> i just modified my gpu_mem option in /boot/config.txt to 128 ... because i am testing quake3
[0:28] <Vazde> does it really need that much? back in the old days 64MB ram and 16MB of video memory was plenty for it
[0:28] <RudeViper> I have that in my config.txt as well - but when I run memtotal I get 497764 - that is only 12mb short of 512
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[0:29] <RudeViper> I think that is my point - I am not getting what I set in config.txt - not what I input manually or what I set in raspi-config
[0:29] <linuxstb> RudeViper: How did you update the firmware files? (start.elf etc)
[0:30] <d3nd3> Vazde: you're probably right, i should lower it
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[0:30] <RudeViper> Hexxeh method
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[0:30] <RudeViper> I think 64 mb should handle most full motion video
[0:30] <RudeViper> that is if I remember corectly
[0:30] <Sonny_Jim> Erm
[0:31] <Sonny_Jim> iirc, changing the amount of video memory only changes the maximum resolution you can do
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[0:31] <d3nd3> RudeViper: on mine total with 128mb set as gpu_mem on 512mb pi .. i have 383972 as total
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[0:32] <RudeViper> ok - I think you made my point - using both methods I am not getting what I set it for - therefore I am doing something wrong and can't figure it out
[0:32] <linuxstb> RudeViper: Can you do "md5sum /boot/start.elf" and paste the result?
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[0:33] <d3nd3> 70602b67ea6071973365491e861b26fe
[0:33] <d3nd3> thats painful task ^^
[0:34] <RudeViper> maybe if I knew how
[0:34] <linuxstb> d3nd3: That's what I get for the latest version too.
[0:34] <linuxstb> RudeViper: Knew how to do what? Is the number different to d3nd3's ?
[0:34] <RudeViper> 7f73424b9c2e729ddcbc8098b4944445
[0:35] <RudeViper> something is wrong there
[0:35] <d3nd3> have you rebooted since ?
[0:35] <Sonny_Jim> RudeViper: The alternative is to just copy the last 4 or so digits
[0:35] <RudeViper> yes like a dozen times or so since
[0:35] <linuxstb> RudeViper: OK, that's not the right file.
[0:36] <d3nd3> did you run with sudo privelages? sudo rpi-update ?
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[0:37] <Sonny_Jim> Where are the test points on the board to measure +5?
[0:37] <Sonny_Jim> I've found TP1
[0:37] <d3nd3> Sonny_Jim: pasted from rude earlier : (11:24:19 PM) RudeViper: 1 near power plu and on between composite and audi
[0:38] <Sonny_Jim> Oh ok, so TP1 and TP2?
[0:39] <d3nd3> yes thats what i believe
[0:39] <Sonny_Jim> Cool
[0:39] <Sonny_Jim> It's about 4.6V, seems too low
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[0:40] <linuxstb> RudeViper: That file is arm496_start.elf - from the previous version of the firmware.
[0:41] <linuxstb> Which explains things. Although I've no idea what "Hexxeh method" is, so don't know what went wrong.
[0:41] <RudeViper> I did precisely what I was told to
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[0:42] <RudeViper> what is the right file?
[0:42] <Sonny_Jim> the Hexxeh method is this:
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[0:42] <Sonny_Jim> git clone https://github.com/Hexxeh/rpi-update
[0:42] <Sonny_Jim> cd rpi-update
[0:43] <linuxstb> RudeViper: The right files are here - https://github.com/raspberrypi/firmware/tree/master/boot
[0:43] <Sonny_Jim> sudo ./rpi-update
[0:43] <Sonny_Jim> You may need to install git first via sudo apt-get install git
[0:43] <RudeViper> where is the raw
[0:44] <linuxstb> RudeViper: Have you been mixing rpi-update and raspi-config perhaps? I guess that may cause issues.
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[0:44] <RudeViper> linuxstb, I did that - that is how I got to where I am at now
[0:45] <linuxstb> Maybe just try running rpi-update again then.
[0:45] <RudeViper> Sonny_Jim, where do I save that?
[0:46] <Sonny_Jim> You need to run those commands on the Pi
[0:46] <Sonny_Jim> If your Pi isn't booting, what I wrote isn't going to be too helpful
[0:46] <RudeViper> ls
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[0:47] <RudeViper> that is the problem - I can't get that to work
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[0:48] <RudeViper> I rund rpi-update on pi and it says command not found
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[0:48] <RudeViper> and yes I am using sudo
[0:48] <Sonny_Jim> Did you run the git command first and change to the rpi-update directory?
[0:48] <linuxstb> You just need to run the three commands Sonny_Jim pasted above, exactly as he's typed them.
[0:51] <RudeViper> can't do anything when the damned thing locks up cause of the crap they have imbedded in the web pages
[0:51] <RudeViper> where do I put the file now - does it matter
[0:52] <RudeViper> there is no rpi-update directory - it is a file
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[0:52] <linuxstb> Then do "sudo ./rpi-update"
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[0:54] <RudeViper> doing git now - and saved file to pi dir
[0:54] <d3nd3> i did this as said at https://github.com/Hexxeh/rpi-update
[0:54] <d3nd3> sudo wget http://goo.gl/1BOfJ -O /usr/bin/rpi-update && sudo chmod +x /usr/bin/rpi-update
[0:54] <d3nd3> sudo rpi-update
[0:56] <Sonny_Jim> d3nd3: I couldn't get that to work, I think the url shortener is borked
[0:56] <Sonny_Jim> Hence why the git clone command
[0:56] <RudeViper> ok now that is working
[0:57] <RudeViper> Setting up firmware (this will take a few minutes)
[0:57] <RudeViper> error: The requested URL returned error: 403 while accessing http://github.com/Hexxeh/rpi-firmware.git/info/refs
[0:57] <RudeViper> fatal: HTTP request failed
[0:58] <RudeViper> ran it again - waiting to see if it works
[0:59] <RudeViper> ok now it says I have to reboot
[1:00] <Sonny_Jim> Before you do that
[1:00] <Sonny_Jim> You might want to edit /boot/config.txt
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[1:00] <Sonny_Jim> sudo nano /boot/config.txt
[1:00] <RudeViper> too late
[1:00] * Sonny_Jim shrugs
[1:00] <Sonny_Jim> You'll want something like this in config.txt:
[1:00] <Sonny_Jim> gpu_mem_512=64
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[1:01] <RudeViper> yep
[1:02] <d3nd3> does gpu_mem also work ? why do they have override settings for 256/512 models
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[1:04] <linuxstb> d3nd3: Yes, gpu_mem does work. The other options are to allow you to have a single SD card/config.txt which will work on both models, whilst allowing you to split the memory differently depending on the RAM available.
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[1:05] <d3nd3> ok i see
[1:05] <RudeViper> ok thank you - that actually worked - I have 128 mb ram dedicated to video
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[1:09] <RudeViper> ok - went back and reset it for 64 mb - now after reboot we will see if I can get video to show
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[1:11] <RudeViper> still getting the black screen when I try to play video
[1:12] <Sonny_Jim> How are you trying to play video?
[1:13] <RudeViper> it's a you tube video I downloaded - trying to play it with VLC
[1:14] <Sonny_Jim> Hmm ok
[1:14] <Sonny_Jim> Does vlc on the Pi support flv?
[1:14] <RudeViper> that is something I really don't know - I know vlc does - but maybe the pi doesn't
[1:15] <Sonny_Jim> and are you running it under X or the framebyffer?
[1:15] <RudeViper> X
[1:15] <RudeViper> it is the only way I know how to
[1:17] <Sonny_Jim> I'd check that vlc on the Pi supports flv
[1:17] <Sonny_Jim> Or try another video file
[1:18] <RudeViper> does anyone know how to get the pi to view youtube videos online?
[1:18] <Sonny_Jim> I don't think it's possible through a browser due to the lack of flash
[1:18] <Sonny_Jim> But someone might have come up with a way
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[1:19] <RudeViper> don't have anyway to get any other videos right now - all of my usb ports are taken up with keyboard and mouse
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[1:19] <RudeViper> no way to access my home network yet
[1:20] <home> RudeViper: wow
[1:20] <home> RudeViper: I can access my smb stuff
[1:20] <djazz> I just leave this here.. hehe https://github.com/daniel-j/omxradio web-interface for omxplayer for Rpi :)
[1:20] <djazz> http://i.imgur.com/Jbfhl.png
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[1:21] <djazz> Sonny_Jim: you can use youtube-dl and omxplayer together to watch youtube, if you have a video id/video url
[1:22] <RudeViper> that leaves me out
[1:22] <djazz> or use this cli-player: http://www.raspberrypi.org/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?t=8157
[1:22] <djazz> or use my omxradio ^
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[1:34] <RudeViper> and what happens if it won't let you cp?
[1:36] <Tachyon`> ?
[1:36] <RudeViper> it won't let me copy the file -
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[1:37] <RudeViper> different file structure than the pi
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[1:37] <RudeViper> at least the OS I'm using
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[1:38] <Tachyon`> ahh
[1:38] <Tachyon`> you're trying to backup?
[1:39] <RudeViper> no - trying to get this thing to do video
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[1:39] <Tachyon`> if you can't preserve the permissions/users and need to
[1:39] <Tachyon`> just create a tarball on the fat fs containing what you need
[1:39] <RudeViper> over my head
[1:39] <Tachyon`> never mind, what exactly are you trying to do?
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[1:40] <RudeViper> djazz posted the instructions to do omxplayer (I think) with youtube downloader - but it doesn't work for me cause the file structure is different than his
[1:41] <d3nd3> if you have a youtube link, you can download it as .flv format, using a python script "youtube-dl" .. then you will need another program which plays .flv files locally ... ie. vlc ?
[1:41] <RudeViper> folowed his directions and got an error message
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[1:41] <RudeViper> and that is the problem - black screen
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[1:42] <RudeViper> NO VIDEO plays at all - - I get the the VLC controls and a black screen
[1:42] <d3nd3> on www.youtube.com ? if so that is because pi doesn't support flash? atleast i think
[1:42] <d3nd3> oh ok
[1:42] <RudeViper> on both composite and HDMI
[1:42] <RudeViper> not even downloaded
[1:42] <d3nd3> ok
[1:42] <d3nd3> i can test on my pi :)
[1:42] <d3nd3> brb
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[1:43] <RudeViper> me too - need a smoke
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[1:45] <d3nd3> is OMXplayer preferred over vlc ?
[1:46] <knoppies> d3nd3, I may be wrong but I think that OMXplayer knows how to interface with the GPU unit on the Pi, whereas VLC doesn't (yet) have hardware support.
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[1:50] <d3nd3> ty, thats what i read too
[1:53] <d3nd3> wget https://github.com/rg3/youtube-dl/raw/2012.10.09/youtube-dl
[1:54] <RudeViper> it doesn't weork in my poi
[1:54] <RudeViper> pi
[1:54] <d3nd3> kk
[1:54] <d3nd3> i will test on mine
[1:55] <d3nd3> how much download speed do you get when you use youtube=d;
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[1:56] <Sonny_Jim> hecticjeff: Another bristolian, Hi!
[1:57] <hecticjeff> Sonny_Jim: hi there!
[1:57] <d3nd3> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yCjJyiqpAuU -_-
[1:57] * Sonny_Jim knows a lot of the virginmedia hostnames
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[1:58] <knoppies> d3nd3, I have a 3.75MByte/s connection and normally when downloading from youtube I get the first 10% or so of the video at 1MB/s-2MB/s but then it drops down to more like 100kB/s-300kB/s I assume it is a proxy/cache that I am getting it from that is throttling the connection.
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[1:58] <d3nd3> knoppies: ty
[1:58] <Sonny_Jim> knoppies: I believe that youtube no longer lets you cache the whole lot
[1:59] <Sonny_Jim> knoppies: It'll stop after a certain amount of bytes until you start playback again
[1:59] <Sonny_Jim> Or it may be the ISP as you point out
[1:59] <knoppies> Sonny_Jim, You mean in the browser? Im talking about using youtube-dl.py
[1:59] <Sonny_Jim> Does it in my browser, it used to let me cache the whole file
[1:59] <Sonny_Jim> I'm guessing the python script will do the same
[2:00] <knoppies> interesting, you using Chrome? I have noticed if I pause the video the download stops.
[2:00] <RudeViper> ok the problem on my end is that I have no /usr/bin that I can see
[2:01] <Sonny_Jim> Nope, this is with firefox but I believe it's done at youtubes end, so all browsers/arches
[2:01] <knoppies> RudeViper, what flavour are you running?
[2:01] <d3nd3> RudeViper: i tested it , the video is playing, its .mp4 format, just no sound
[2:01] <RudeViper> running the top ie basic version on raspberry pi site
[2:01] <d3nd3> raspbian he means
[2:01] <d3nd3> :P
[2:02] <RudeViper> let me try something
[2:02] <knoppies> Sonny_Jim, the python script has 'continue download' support, so if you cancel the download and then start it again (the cli switch is -c ) then it will just start where it last left off.
[2:02] <RudeViper> ok that worked - as far as setting it up - how do I run it now
[2:03] <knoppies> RudeViper, you mean watching a youtube video?
[2:03] <RudeViper> yeah
[2:03] <RudeViper> using the youtube-dl that is
[2:03] <d3nd3> you get a file blabla.mp4
[2:03] <d3nd3> when youtube-dl is finished
[2:03] <d3nd3> you must run youtube-dl with python
[2:03] <RudeViper> n00b here guys
[2:03] <d3nd3> or executable it :P
[2:04] <d3nd3> find where your youtube-dl file is located
[2:04] <RudeViper> desktop
[2:04] <d3nd3> in that directory in terminal
[2:04] <d3nd3> cd Desktop
[2:04] <d3nd3> python youtube-dl www.youtubelinkhere.com
[2:04] <d3nd3> like this, then you will get a .mp4 file in that directory when it is complete
[2:04] <knoppies> ./youtube-dl.py -c -o "%(stitle)s.%(ext)s" "www.youtube.com/watch?=kldsjhflkajhf"
[2:04] <knoppies> RudeViper, that ^
[2:05] <knoppies> RudeViper, and if you want to set the 'quality' setting, then I can help you do that too.
[2:05] <d3nd3> that will only work if you have set the script to executable i think
[2:05] <knoppies> d3nd3, I think your right.
[2:05] <knoppies> then you do:
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[2:06] <knoppies> OXMplayer "nameOfYouTubeFile.mp4"
[2:06] <knoppies> I think (I've never used OMXplayer)
[2:06] <RudeViper> ok - please bear with me
[2:06] <d3nd3> knoppies: any idea why i get no sound ?
[2:06] <RudeViper> I need step by step to do this once- so I can remember it
[2:07] <knoppies> RudeViper, I can give you a script that will do it ALL for you.
[2:07] <RudeViper> please
[2:07] <d3nd3> how to stop watching the video ? ctrl-c what else ?^^ Rude might get stuck in the video teehee
[2:07] <RudeViper> as long as I can open it and read it at some point and "LEARN" lol
[2:07] <knoppies> actually, now that I think about it the script will be harder to create than I thought. Do you want to keep the youtube video once it has finished downloading? Or do you mind if the script over-writes it the next time you try play another video.
[2:08] <knoppies> RudeViper, yep, you can always do that.
[2:08] <RudeViper> while that is funny - your right - it could happen
[2:08] <knoppies> d3nd3, are you using HDMI sound or analog?
[2:08] <d3nd3> hdmi
[2:08] <djazz> RudeViper: run "youtube-dl --format 38/37/46/22/35/34/18/6/5/17/13 -g <link here>" and it will print the direct MP4 url, then run "omxplayer <that url>"
[2:08] <d3nd3> quake 3 sound works
[2:09] <knoppies> d3nd3, hmmm. if you are using omxplayer I read something about needing to put -ohdmi or something onto the command lin.
[2:09] <knoppies> djazz, dont confuse him.
[2:09] <djazz> :)
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[2:09] <knoppies> RudeViper, what quality do you want? lowest, medium, highest?
[2:09] <djazz> that command will choose the highest quality available
[2:09] <d3nd3> knoppies: i don't think that its so confusing :P :D
[2:09] <djazz> in MP4
[2:10] <knoppies> djazz, really? I didnt know you could do that.
[2:10] <knoppies> djazz, thanks.
[2:10] <djazz> :)
[2:10] <djazz> i use it in my omxradio player
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[2:10] <djazz> (works for video too, not just audio)
[2:10] <d3nd3> -format :/
[2:10] <djazz> https://github.com/daniel-j/omxradio
[2:10] <d3nd3> not to be understood by mortals
[2:11] <knoppies> d3nd3, there is a wiki page about youtube quality and it gives the numbers.
[2:11] <RudeViper> all I got was Have a nice day
[2:11] <knoppies> d3nd3, I will try link it soon bur right now I am making RudeViper a script
[2:11] <d3nd3> kk
[2:12] <knoppies> RudeViper, what did the video have in it.
[2:12] <RudeViper> I got the Have a nice day - that was all
[2:12] <djazz> RudeViper: ah, incorrect url. I need to run ut throgh unescape() in my program
[2:12] <djazz> then it works
[2:12] <djazz> it is escaped
[2:13] <d3nd3> haha djazz ^^
[2:13] <djazz> hm?
[2:13] <djazz> :)
[2:14] <RudeViper> ERROR: COMxPlayer::OpenFile - avformat_open_input link
[2:14] <RudeViper> link = the url
[2:16] <cyclick> How can I force analog audio output for all programs?
[2:16] <DeliriumTremens> the guy that put together Rom Collection Browser is holding out on me!
[2:16] <DeliriumTremens> knows how to fix an error i'm getting, wont tell me
[2:17] <knoppies> DeliriumTremens, I've never heard of the Rom Collection Browser
[2:17] <DeliriumTremens> using it in XBMC to load roms
[2:18] <DeliriumTremens> so i can launch games from within xbmc
[2:18] <knoppies> ah I see.
[2:18] <knoppies> I wonder why he wont tell you
[2:18] <DeliriumTremens> "it will be fixed in the next release"
[2:18] <DeliriumTremens> has to do with http api being discontinued in xbmc, which is using JSON now
[2:18] <DeliriumTremens> and someone came /close/ fo a fix with JSON, but the guy just said "thats almost right, but it wont work, i'll fix it in the next release"
[2:19] <DeliriumTremens> -.-
[2:20] <knoppies> DeliriumTremens, maybe he doesn't know how to fix it. Like he has decided that this fix isnt going to work so well so he will just do it all differently for the next release.
[2:20] <knoppies> Sounds to me like he thinks its a waste of time trying to fix it for you.
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[2:21] <DeliriumTremens> maybe
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[2:21] <knoppies> d3nd3, have you seen this: omxplayer -o hdmi videofile.mp4
[2:21] <DeliriumTremens> i'm so damn close to having it working -.-
[2:21] <DeliriumTremens> then i'll introduce a whole other headache when i try to get the bluetooth 8bitty controllers working with it
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[2:22] <knoppies> because djazz and d3nd3 both have the same colour in my IRC client, and your names are the same in length, so they look the same to me at a glance.
[2:22] <DeliriumTremens> i'm using a theme in irssi to make it look like a regular term
[2:22] <DeliriumTremens> everyone is the same color
[2:22] <knoppies> DeliriumTremens, do you prefer it that way? Is it green on black?
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[2:24] <knoppies> d3nd3, have a look at this for youtube quality: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/YouTube#Quality_and_codecs
[2:24] <knoppies> d3nd3, or this table looks a bit less confusing: http://youtube.wikia.com/wiki/YouTube#Format_and_Quality_Comparison_Table
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[2:24] <knoppies> RudeViper, you still there? I think I've finished your script, I just havent tested it yet.
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[2:25] <knoppies> RudeViper, do you understand what a comment is?
[2:25] <Tachyon`> I do have HD videos omxplayer can't play without skipping, is that usual? (star trek hd films actually, 10GB a piece)
[2:25] <Tachyon`> the network is fast enough, it just won't play them
[2:26] <knoppies> Tachyon`, I wouldnt know for sure, but I suspect that its because the bit rate is too high for the GPU to process it in time. Is it in h.264?
[2:26] <Tachyon`> I believe they are, I'll just double check
[2:26] <knoppies> RudeViper, do you use HDMI for audio out?
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[2:28] <knoppies> RudeViper, my script first downloads the video to your Pi then it plays it, would you rather it just played it straight from the internet?
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[2:30] <Tachyon`> knoppies, http://www.pokenet.co.uk/output.txt
[2:30] <Tachyon`> it says omx-h264 so I'm assuming it is but I'm not sure what all of that is about, lol
[2:32] <knoppies> Tachyon`, yes, its h264. matroska is the container (means its probably a .mkv file) It also says its got 7 channels audio.
[2:32] <Tachyon`> yes, it has, although I only have two speakers
[2:32] <Tachyon`> you think the audio decoding could be what's clobbering it
[2:32] <Tachyon`> never even heard of dca audio
[2:32] <knoppies> Tachyon`, maybe. do you have it set to hdmi audio out?
[2:33] <Tachyon`> I do
[2:33] <knoppies> that might be it, but your guess is as good as mine.
[2:33] <knoppies> RudeViper, you there/
[2:33] <Tachyon`> V for Vendetta plays okay and that's also huge, it's odd
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[2:33] <knoppies> see how many audio channels that has. See if it also has 24fps and see if its bitrate is roughly the same.
[2:33] <Tachyon`> is there any way to tell omxplayer not to decode audio?
[2:34] <Tachyon`> ah, I'll have a look
[2:34] <RudeViper> am now
[2:34] <RudeViper> sorry - working on dinner
[2:34] <knoppies> RudeViper, all good. read your scrollback.
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[2:34] <RudeViper> downloading then playing is fine
[2:35] <knoppies> ok good, do you understand what a comment is?
[2:35] <RudeViper> in linux - no
[2:35] <RudeViper> in real life yes
[2:35] <RudeViper> lol
[2:35] <Tachyon`> hrm, that has 8 channels, 24fps and is more or less the same
[2:35] <Tachyon`> well that makes things clear as mud
[2:36] <knoppies> Tachyon`, your star trek is stored at one aspect ratio and seems to be playing at another, it might be that.
[2:36] <Tachyon`> this one is also 2.4 but playing at 1.7777
[2:37] <d3nd3> knoppies: ty for the -o hdmi i will test now
[2:37] <Tachyon`> it's maddening, it shouldn't be failing, lol
[2:37] <d3nd3> works like a charm, ty
[2:37] <knoppies> RudeViper, in code, every line you write the computer tries to interpret. A comment is just telling the computer to ignore the rest of this line. in bash (the terminal you use on the Pi) a comment is denoted by #
[2:37] <Tachyon`> I wonder if allocating more video to the GPU might help
[2:37] <Tachyon`> RAM
[2:37] <d3nd3> knoppies: is ctrl-c only way to terminate ?
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[2:37] <knoppies> d3nd3, try q
[2:37] <knoppies> d3nd3, I havent used omxplayer, so I dont know.
[2:38] <RudeViper> knoppies, got it - I thought that is what you meant but wasn't sure
[2:38] <knoppies> RudeViper, ok, I have left multiple lines of code inside the script commented out, you can play with them and see what they are doing to learn.
[2:39] <RudeViper> ok cool thanks
[2:39] <Tachyon`> oh right, there's no longer multiple binaries for the memory split
[2:39] <Tachyon`> I assume i have to set that elsewhere now
[2:40] <Tachyon`> raspi-config certainly failed
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[2:40] <knoppies> Tachyon`, I think its in config.txt
[2:40] <Tachyon`> yeah, it isn't in this one, I'll go look at the wiki
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[2:41] <Tachyon`> which tells me to use raspi-config
[2:41] <Tachyon`> joy be unconfined
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[2:41] <RudeViper> lol
[2:41] <Tachyon`> ah, found it
[2:44] <knoppies> RudeViper, Ive finished. How do you want me to give it to you?
[2:45] <Tachyon`> oh well, 128MiB for GPU and it still doesn't work, lol
[2:45] <knoppies> Tachyon`, hmmm.
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[2:45] <knoppies> Tachyon`, are you using a 256MB version?
[2:45] <Tachyon`> yup
[2:45] <knoppies> Tachyon`, run top while you play the video, see if the ram fills up.
[2:46] <Tachyon`> oh, it has two audio streams
[2:46] <Tachyon`> one with 7, one with 2
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[2:47] <knoppies> Tachyon`, I dont know how, but try play it with the 2. That looks like a very good quality rip, did you rip it yourself?
[2:47] <Tachyon`> memory not full, cpu at 22% use
[2:47] <Tachyon`> what the hell
[2:47] <Tachyon`> perhaps it just doesn't like star trek
[2:47] <knoppies> hmmm. Maybe its the parameters they used when they ripped it into h.264
[2:48] <knoppies> I assume the video plays flawlessly on your desktop PC.
[2:48] <Tachyon`> yes, I just tried it in VLC to make sure
[2:48] <Tachyon`> it works
[2:49] <Tachyon`> with the 2 channel audio
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[2:49] <Tachyon`> argh
[2:49] <Tachyon`> this is directors commentary
[2:49] <Tachyon`> I do not want to watch Wrath of Khan with someone talking all over it!
[2:49] <Tachyon`> but at least I know what it is now, lol
[2:49] <RudeViper> knoppies, I dont know = can you send iut to me?
[2:50] <RudeViper> fat fingers
[2:50] <knoppies> RudeViper, yes. I can put it up on github, or pastebin or email it to you.
[2:50] <knoppies> I could even paste it in here, but I dont think everyone else would like that.
[2:51] <RudeViper> or you could send it directly I think
[2:51] <Tachyon`> well, that's irritating
[2:51] <Tachyon`> so I'm left with having to reencode the damn things or put up with commentary
[2:52] <Tachyon`> I wonder why V for Vendetta works with 8 channel audio though
[2:52] <Tachyon`> (hw decoding didn't work, neither did passthru, naively assumed that might have the TV decode it)
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[2:54] <DeliriumTremens> i would hate to be pregnant for real
[2:54] <DeliriumTremens> i'm dressed up as Arnold Swarzenegger in the movie Junior
[2:54] <DeliriumTremens> my gf is Danny Deviot
[2:54] <DeliriumTremens> Devito
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[2:58] <knoppies> Tachyon`, if you can plug it into a surround amp you could probably do passthru.
[2:58] <knoppies> If anyone else is interested in the script that I created for RudeViper then have a look here (I have not tested it on my Pi yet): http://pastebin.com/f8TYbkK5
[2:58] <Tachyon`> ah, well, I don't have one of those, lol
[2:59] <knoppies> Tachyon`, me neither, but its on my list.
[2:00] <Tachyon`> yeah, and mine, just moved the tv to the end so I can get a 5.1 system in here, not really big enoguh for anything more
[2:00] <Tachyon`> finally got a full HD TV so only the audio left to improve, lol
[2:00] <d3nd3> knoppies: ty knoppies
[2:02] <Tachyon`> ah, 1am again
[2:02] <Tachyon`> second time in as many hours
[2:03] <knoppies> d3nd3, does it work?
[2:04] <knoppies> Tachyon`, I know what thats like.
[2:04] <Tachyon`> are you in australia?
[2:04] <knoppies> Tachyon`, NZ.
[2:04] <Tachyon`> ahh
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[2:10] <Gumby> knoppies: now that you've created a script for him and pasted it, you get to teach him how to open an editor, and then execute it :)
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[2:12] <Gumby> it seems that Arch Linux has fixed my popping noise issue between audio tracks.
[2:12] <Gumby> great, now I get to learn a new distro
[2:12] <d3nd3> knoppies: does not work so far as i seem, i am searching what is wrong
[2:13] <knoppies> Gumby, good, because I was planning on using arch too, I also want to learn a new distro.
[2:13] <knoppies> d3nd3, ok, its probably the omxplayer line, I tested everything else.
[2:13] <knoppies> d3nd3, unless you haven't downloaded youtube-dl.py into the same directory.
[2:13] <Gumby> knoppies: I have to say, its boot times are far better than raspian
[2:13] <d3nd3> knoppies: i look code, seems you call python twice? line fname='python and line python youtube-dl.py ?
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[2:14] <knoppies> and installed python in the $PATH
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[2:14] <knoppies> d3nd3, yes, because the second one gets the name of the file so that I can run it with omxplayer.
[2:14] <bbond007> sweet now i have wifi
[2:14] <knoppies> Gumby, even better.
[2:14] <knoppies> bbond007, niiiiiiiiicce.
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[2:14] <d3nd3> oh ok
[2:14] <knoppies> you guys all make me want to play with my Pi.
[2:15] <Gumby> knoppies: after you first install, be sure to install the polkit package
[2:15] <d3nd3> mine is named youtube-dl not youtube-dl.py
[2:15] <knoppies> Gumby, whats that?
[2:15] <Gumby> otherwise, doing trivial things like setting the tz or hostname wont work
[2:15] <knoppies> d3nd3, then change it in the script.
[2:15] <d3nd3> kk
[2:15] <knoppies> Gumby, sweet, thanks for the headsup.
[2:16] <Gumby> or change the filename
[2:16] <Gumby> :)
[2:16] <knoppies> Gumby, or that. But I assume he named it youtube-dl for a reason.
[2:16] <Gumby> knoppies: "Application development toolkit for controlling system-wide privileges"
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[2:17] <Gumby> I dont know the exact details
[2:17] <Gumby> hehe
[2:17] <Gumby> I;m not a linux guru and haven't used Arch in ages
[2:17] <bbond007> TEW-648UB works great. DWL-G122 not so good...
[2:17] <Gumby> the last time I used it one of the major contributors ticked me off so I quit using it
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[2:19] <d3nd3> Gumby: sounds a bit like this , ... On bare installations of the default distributions Omxplayer often has insufficient permissions to access /dev/vchiq. One solution would be to run omxplayer as root, but a nicer solution is to add a udev rule so that /dev/vchiq is also accessible from other users. To accomplish this, do the following under root: # echo 'SUBSYSTEM=="vchiq",GROUP="video",MODE="0660"' > /etc/udev/r
[2:19] <knoppies> d3nd3, we were talking about changing the hostname or setting tz, but thanks for the help.
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[2:20] <Gumby> yeah, two different conversations
[2:20] <Gumby> but that may be why RudeViper is having issues running omxplayer
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[2:21] <Gumby> or maybe that problem has been solved, Ive been afk for the last bit
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[2:29] <Leestons> Hey guys, is it possible to transfer files via FTP to somewhere that requires root or sudo?
[2:30] <Leestons> trying to transfer to /var/www but of course it won't let me.
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[2:31] <knoppies> Leestons, I havent used an FTP server on my own machine before but you would need to either run the FTP server as root or change the ownership (even the group) to the same as the user that is running the FTP server.
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[2:31] <knoppies> Leestons, alternatively you could use your root login with SFTP (will work provided you have SSH running)
[2:32] <Leestons> I did try SFTP but couldn't figure out how to use it.
[2:32] <knoppies> when I saw change the owner/group I mean of /var/www and/or any sub-dir you want to access.
[2:32] <Gumby> or just scp
[2:32] <Tachyon`> edit /etc/ftpusers
[2:32] <Tachyon`> remove root entry
[2:32] <Tachyon`> restart ftpd if it's not in inetd
[2:32] <Tachyon`> then just login with root via ftp
[2:33] <Leestons> will try that now Tachyon` thank you.
[2:33] <Gumby> scp /path/to/files username@hostname:/path/to/target
[2:33] <knoppies> ok, its the same as FTP except that you do sftp root@pi-ip
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[2:33] <knoppies> Leestons, or try one of the other suggestions, I think scp is harder than sftp.
[2:33] <Tachyon`> you'll need to set a password for root if you've not done so already
[2:34] <Gumby> harder? you dont need to put or get :)
[2:34] <Leestons> knoppies: I've been using filezilla for ftp so haven't a clue how to do it through command line
[2:34] <Gumby> then again, I assume the client is a linux box
[2:34] <Leestons> Correct
[2:34] <Gumby> no issues then
[2:34] <Gumby> either sftp or ftp will work great
[2:34] <knoppies> Leestons, then try winSCP if you want to do SFTP
[2:34] <Gumby> ftp/scp
[2:34] <Gumby> filezilla probably has an sftp option
[2:35] <knoppies> Gumby, but I cant use autocomplete on the file names, so scp is harder for me.
[2:35] <knoppies> Leestons, Gumby is probably correct, filezilla probably does have an sftp option.
[2:35] <cyclick> try winscp it's very easy to use
[2:35] <bbond007> it does, just put in port 22
[2:36] <Gumby> how is winscp hard to use?
[2:36] <Gumby> oh
[2:36] <knoppies> Gumby, it isnt, we just said it was easy to use.
[2:36] <Gumby> whoops
[2:36] <Gumby> misread that
[2:36] <Gumby> heh
[2:36] <Leestons> I am connected to port 22, I keep getting the error "open for write: permission denied"
[2:37] <bbond007> i just used filezilla for sfstp yesterday... interesting
[2:37] <bbond007> on rpi
[2:37] <knoppies> Leestons, what credentials did you put into the filezilla? The root ones?
[2:37] <Leestons> Ahh I see where I'm going wrong now
[2:37] <knoppies> Leestons, do you know who owns /var/www (you can find out by using ls -l )
[2:37] <bbond007> just the login for my shell account
[2:38] <Leestons> I'm using the original pi username, which isn't root. So that's why it isn't working
[2:38] <cyclick> Leestons, can you create a sub-folder with a different owner (pi)?
[2:38] <Leestons> only with sudo
[2:39] <knoppies> Leestons, what cyclick is suggesting, is that you do create a sub-dir with pi as the owner, and then upload everything into that.
[2:39] <cyclick> Leestons, I know that you can, but would it work for your purpose
[2:39] <Leestons> Oh sorry, I understand now. How would I do that?
[2:41] <cyclick> mkdir /var/www/public ; chown pi /var/www/public
[2:41] <cyclick> sudo mkdir /var/www/public ; sudo chown pi /var/www/public
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[2:41] <knoppies> cyclick, you should suggest chown pi:pi /var/www/public
[2:42] <knoppies> cyclick, although maybe not, maybe that gives the webserver the ability to read the dir.
[2:43] <Leestons> Managed to transfer files to Public. Thanks for the help, I appreciate it
[2:43] <knoppies> Leestons, pleasure. Sorry if we all confused you.
[2:43] <Leestons> Don't worry about it. Got there in the end. I'm just grateful you took the time to help me out.
[2:44] <cyclick> knoppies, not sure but its worth a try
[2:45] <cyclick> Leestons, you could also use a symbolic link in /var/www that points to a folder in your home folder instead
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[2:47] <Leestons> I'd rather keep everything in one place so I don't get confused.
[2:47] <knoppies> cyclick, he might not know what that means.
[2:48] <Leestons> I'll stick with what I have for now, it works =] Thanks again.
[2:49] <cyclick> Leestons, that just means that you could keep the content of /var/www/public inside /home/pi/public for example
[2:49] <Leestons> I'm used to just navigating to /var/www so will leave it as that.
[2:50] <knoppies> Leestons, but then your computer sees /var/www/public and it will get the files from /home/pi/public
[2:50] <cyclick> ok
[2:50] <home> stop pinging
[2:50] <home> moi :*(
[2:50] <home> I kid
[2:55] <Leestons> I have everything how I want it now, thank you once more for your time.
[2:56] <Leestons> and sorry for the pings home.
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[3:06] <knoppies> is perl on the pi?
[3:06] <des2> yes
[3:06] <knoppies> by default, in either debian (or rasbian or whatever they call it) or the arch distro?
[3:06] <knoppies> cool.
[3:06] <knoppies> RudeViper, you hear that?
[3:06] <Syliss> ugh, stupid sandy
[3:07] <knoppies> d3nd3, did you get my youtube.sh script to work? RudeViper is having problems with it on his Pi, but it works fine on my laptop.
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[3:19] <Datalink> youtube-dl -U
[3:19] <Datalink> run that as root, it'll update youtube-dl (if I remember right)
[3:19] <knoppies> has any body tested out sublime text on the RPI?
[3:20] <knoppies> Datalink, I think its a small u
[3:20] <knoppies> so youtube-dl -u
[3:21] <Datalink> it's in it's help so youtube-dl -h would tell ya
[3:21] <Datalink> I'm not logged into my pi so I can't check at the moment
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[3:22] <jmadero> anyone have XBMC remote working with raspbmc?
[3:22] <jmadero> I read that the new release borked android control and to do something to "revert" but it doesn't say how to do it
[3:22] <Datalink> knoppies, lowercase u is user name for login content, uppercase u is update
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[3:24] <knoppies> Datalink, my bad.
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[3:26] <Datalink> knoppies, don't blame ya for questioning it, gave me an excuse to verify fresh
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[3:40] <d3nd3> knoppies: it works
[3:40] <knoppies> d3nd3, sweeeeeet.
[3:40] <knoppies> d3nd3, I uploaded a new version to pastebin which shows you how to use get_flash_videos, but its commented out so it doesnt mess with youtube-dl
[3:42] <d3nd3> link?
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[3:44] <jmadero> ssh works out of box for raspbmc....amazing
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[3:46] <nsh> OR AN ORGANISED CONSPIRACY?
[3:48] <knoppies> d3nd3, http://pastebin.com/f8TYbkK5
[3:50] <d3nd3> is raspbmc based on raspbian ?
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[3:53] <d3nd3> get_flash_videos is cool , hm m
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[3:57] <des2> Raspbmc is a minimal Linux distribution based on Debian that brings XBMC to your Raspberry Pi.
[3:58] <des2> . Raspbmc is brought to you by the developer of the Crystalbuntu Linux Distribution, which brings XBMC and 1080p decoding to the 1st generation Apple TV.
[3:58] <des2> http://www.raspbmc.com/about/
[3:58] <d3nd3> is the PATH environment variable naturally global scoped ?
[3:58] <knoppies> d3nd3, I think so, yes.
[3:59] <knoppies> d3nd3, but it might be login shell only for all I know.
[3:59] <knoppies> but if you change it I think you only change the local one. You have to export it for any sub-processes. And by doing that I don't think you affect any other terminals $PATH
[4:00] <d3nd3> ok
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[4:01] <d3nd3> the lines which the login shell runs, will be parent to all other shells ?
[4:01] <d3nd3> is that why what is in that file , will affect all subsequent terminals/shells ?
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[4:02] <d3nd3> because the login shell script does not put "export"
[4:02] <d3nd3> so i'm assuming thats the case
[4:03] <d3nd3> it just has PATH=
[4:03] <d3nd3> not export PATH=
[4:05] <knoppies> d3nd3, Im not so sure myself.
[4:07] <d3nd3> quote from internet
[4:07] <d3nd3> In the very unlikely event that there are no path modification or export statements in /etc/profile, you can insert the following 2 lines of code at the bottom of /etc/profile:
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[4:08] <d3nd3> PATH=$PATH:/data/myscripts
[4:08] <d3nd3> export PATH
[4:08] <d3nd3> i will make a test
[4:08] <d3nd3> but i know that its global :/
[4:08] <knoppies> d3nd3, just edit /etc/path
[4:08] <d3nd3> i know that it works in terminals, taht doesn't mean its global, it could mean that its a child of the login shell ^^
[4:08] <knoppies> I mean /etc/environment
[4:09] <knoppies> d3nd3, the /etc/environment will edit it at where-ever it is sourced. So if its global, then that will edit the global.
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[4:09] <d3nd3> ok
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[4:11] <d3nd3> are there so many users in this room because they all have left their RPIs running 24/7 with irc? ^^
[4:12] <Dagger2> or their desktop clients
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[4:12] <RudeViper> probably both
[4:12] <RudeViper> lol
[4:13] <knoppies> or their bouncer.
[4:14] <cyclick2> eggdrop?
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[4:15] <mrlespaulman> whats the current status of PSX emulation on the Pi?
[4:15] <knoppies> cyclick2, it says no unauthorised bots in the topic, but they might have bots in here.
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[4:15] <mrlespaulman> Anywhere near layable?
[4:15] <mrlespaulman> *playable
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[4:18] <jmadero> mrlespaulman: I would be shocked if it's even past alpha stage
[4:18] <jmadero> or if it ever will be
[4:18] <jmadero> if flash struggles, I can't imagine PSX emulation working
[4:18] <Sonny_Jim> jmadero: I used to do PSX emulation on a 450MHz P2
[4:18] <Sonny_Jim> But that probably had a lot of asm
[4:19] <jmadero> lol well, I would be even more amazed with this little gadget
[4:19] <jmadero> I don't emulate shit so it wouldn't really affect me ;)
[4:19] <jmadero> I would prefer great webcam support
[4:19] <home> I want to play Pokemon
[4:19] <jmadero> then someone making a google video plugin for xbmc
[4:19] <jmadero> so I can use it basically as my phone, auto pause my shows when I get a video call
[4:19] <jmadero> man......that would be sweet
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[4:20] <cyclick2> jmadero, using a backpack battery?
[4:20] <jmadero> nah, I'm okay having it attached to the wall (although right now it's running on power from an old laptop)
[4:20] <mrlespaulman> Holy cra its working
[4:20] <jmadero> crappy off brand charger really pissed me off
[4:21] <mrlespaulman> Crash Bandicoot 3 is running
[4:21] <mrlespaulman> a little slow, but playable
[4:21] <jmadero> mrlespaulman: there you go, shows how little I know ;)
[4:21] <mrlespaulman> I am officially amazed
[4:21] <jmadero> look into the non warranty breaking turbo mode
[4:21] <jmadero> you'll get an extra 40% boost in speed
[4:21] <mrlespaulman> This turbo mode...
[4:22] <mrlespaulman> It sounds...
[4:22] <jmadero> already using it?
[4:22] <mrlespaulman> ...tempting.
[4:22] <d3nd3> if i have problem with overclock corrupting sd card, best option to try another sd card?
[4:22] <mrlespaulman> No not yet, just modestly overclocked to 800mhz
[4:22] <cyclick2> jmadero, overcloaking with a bad power supply probably doesnt help
[4:22] <cyclick2> clock..
[4:22] <d3nd3> i have sandisk class 4 sdhc 32gb
[4:22] <jmadero> mrlespaulman: then you already broke your warranty
[4:22] <Sonny_Jim> d3nd3: Try using a better PSU, that seemed to get rid of my ext4 corruption
[4:22] <jmadero> lol
[4:22] <jmadero> overclocking means warranty goodbye
[4:22] <mrlespaulman> Oh sweet
[4:23] <mrlespaulman> That was my goal
[4:23] <jmadero> mrlespaulman: http://www.raspberrypi.org/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f=26&t=21176
[4:23] <jmadero> video there shows about turbo mode
[4:23] <jmadero> supposedly great results
[4:23] <d3nd3> Sonny_Jim: my powersupply is a powered usb hub, but the data interconnectivity cable draws power back into the pi, enough to power it, but i have the micro usb from the powered hub also in it
[4:23] <d3nd3> Sonny_Jim: so it actually is getting power from 2 cables, but common source
[4:24] <jmadero> I'm just happy at the solid ssh and video stream
[4:24] <jmadero> didn't want to transfer all my TED videos
[4:24] <d3nd3> overclock doesn't mean warranty good bye, only if you set certain variables, a combination, ie, overvoltage > 0
[4:24] <mrlespaulman> So whats the difference between that and overclocking?
[4:24] <jmadero> ah, again me with bad info
[4:25] <jmadero> I read that the broadcom chip is triggered when you overclock the usual way
[4:25] <jmadero> mrlespaulman: keeps temp down, they've done tests that shows that it doesn't hurt the board
[4:25] <d3nd3> if you aren't careful
[4:25] <jmadero> so it maintains your warranty
[4:25] <jmadero> it's on demand cpu
[4:25] <jmadero> vs. constant overclock
[4:25] <jmadero> from my understanding
[4:25] <d3nd3> to all c users, this would make sense
[4:25] <d3nd3> (force_turbo || current_limit_override || temp_limit>85) && over_voltage>0
[4:26] <jmadero> there it is ;)
[4:26] <cyclick2> the safe way to overclock looks at temperature .. if it gets > 85 it slows down
[4:26] <cyclick2> 85C
[4:26] <jmadero> on demand + temperature check
[4:26] <mrlespaulman> ah thats nifty
[4:26] <bbond007> i ordered a little heatsync kit off ebay, maybe that makes it run longer faster
[4:26] <d3nd3> if ((force_turbo || current_limit_override || temp_limit>85) && over_voltage>0 ) warranty = broken
[4:27] <jmadero> d3nd3: what more does that turbo mode do to not break warranty?
[4:27] <d3nd3> http://elinux.org/RPi_config.txt
[4:27] <d3nd3> frequencys
[4:27] <knoppies> bbond007, if you can apply it to the board well then it should. Dont forget to use some thermal grease, but only a little bit, too much and it will go everywhere.
[4:27] <d3nd3> it doesn't change voltage
[4:28] <jmadero> http://www.raspberrypi.org/archives/2008
[4:28] <mrlespaulman> Can I use bacon grease instead of thermal grease
[4:28] <bbond007> knoppies, its supposed to stick on, so i don't think you use grease
[4:28] <jmadero> makes sense, thanks for the explanation :)
[4:28] <Hexxeh> any nexus 7 fans around?
[4:28] <jmadero> you using turbo mode?
[4:29] <knoppies> bbond007, ok. can I have a link please.
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[4:29] <jmadero> do I just ssh into the machine, make the config.txt in /boot
[4:29] <jmadero> and add....?
[4:29] <knoppies> jmadero, I think so, but I havent done it myself.
[4:30] <d3nd3> warning : you could corrupt your file system
[4:30] <jmadero> oh yeah I came up with maybe a creative solution to mp3 pop
[4:30] <jmadero> haven't tested it
[4:30] <jmadero> but it only happens at end of song correct?
[4:32] <bbond007> knoppies, http://www.ebay.com/itm/Lot-of-3-Pcs-Aluminium-Heatsink-Kir-For-Raspberry-Pi-/120984722583?pt=US_Memory_Chipset_Cooling&hash=item1c2b405c97
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[4:33] <bbond007> says includes 3m adhesive thermal layer
[4:34] <jmadero> so is it just force_tubo in config.txt?
[4:34] <jmadero> turbo*
[4:35] <d3nd3> force_turbo Disables dynamic cpufreq driver and minimum settings below. Enables h264/v3d/isp overclock options. Default 0
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[4:35] <d3nd3> dynamic cpufreq is controlling dynamically ... like power save mode
[4:36] <d3nd3> so force_turbo will disable this power save mode
[4:36] <d3nd3> not necesarily what you want
[4:36] <jmadero> where are some decent instructions on the wiki to do this? I just don't want to lose warranty
[4:36] <d3nd3> don't do this
[4:36] <knoppies> jmadero, are you running rasbian?
[4:36] <d3nd3> if ((force_turbo || current_limit_override || temp_limit>85) && over_voltage>0 ) warranty = broken
[4:37] <jmadero> knoppies: running raspbmc
[4:37] <knoppies> jmadero, ok, then nvm.
[4:37] <d3nd3> in english it means , if (force_turbo is 1 or current_limit_override is 1 or temp_limit is bigger than 85 ) AND over_voltage is bigger than 0 THEN you warranty is broken
[4:37] <knoppies> Im sure you can find something on the rpi forums.
[4:37] <d3nd3> so if you keep over_voltage at 0, you can never break warranty ;)
[4:38] <jmadero> ah good to know :)
[4:38] <Sonny_Jim> It's all a moot point anyway
[4:38] <jmadero> over volting a fire hazard?
[4:38] <Sonny_Jim> How can they tell that you've overclocked/overvolted
[4:38] <knoppies> Sonny_Jim, there is a registry on the chip that will set itself to 1 when you 'break your warranty'
[4:38] <jmadero> there is a trigger that gets set
[4:38] <jmadero> yup
[4:38] <jmadero> and it's accurate ;)
[4:38] <knoppies> and as far as I know you cant just set it back to 0.
[4:38] <jmadero> nope you can't
[4:38] <Sonny_Jim> knoppies: Yeah, but if the chip is dead, how do they read it?
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[4:39] <jmadero> and you can read people complaining all over the place
[4:39] <jmadero> when the warranty isn't honored when they mess with it
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[4:39] <Sonny_Jim> Any user reports of the rpi foundation refusing to honour warranty?
[4:40] <jmadero> if you mess with that setting then yes
[4:40] <Sonny_Jim> Show me
[4:40] <Sonny_Jim> For $35, I'm guessing they just sling another one in the post
[4:40] <jmadero> lol I'm not going to go googling right now
[4:40] <d3nd3> honour broken warranty ?
[4:40] <jmadero> there is the key
[4:40] <jmadero> it's not longer under warranty
[4:40] <jmadero> so I guess to your question, no
[4:40] <jmadero> they don't break warranties that still exist
[4:41] <jmadero> they will say "no" when you willingly and knowingly force the machine to do more than it's supposed to
[4:41] <plugwash> just because a chip is not working well enough to boot doesn't mean it's not working well enough to read things out over jtag
[4:41] <Sonny_Jim> My point is that I highly doubt they even check to see what's wrong with the warrantied Pi;s
[4:41] <Sonny_Jim> If it doesn't boot with a known good card, they just sling another one in the post
[4:42] <d3nd3> social engineering
[4:42] <d3nd3> to get another one
[4:42] <Sonny_Jim> Not even that
[4:42] <Sonny_Jim> Send it back, say "It's broken" and they send you another
[4:42] <plugwash> I dunno what propotion they actually check but I know they reported doing failure analysis and discovering bad PSUs were killing a lot of Pis
[4:43] <d3nd3> might be the case, it just seemed that a lot of effort they put into catching the warranty breakers, i'd guess their service would make us of that effort
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[4:43] <knoppies> plugwash, thats a worry, because unless you do something like stress test your PSU its hard to know if your PSU is any good.
[4:44] <d3nd3> i think i have a bad psu :P
[4:44] <d3nd3> i need to buy a multimeter
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[4:44] <mrlespaulman> So the overclock modes in Raspbian's raspi-config should be safe, right
[4:44] <mrlespaulman> ?
[4:44] <d3nd3> safe from breaking warranty yes
[4:45] <mrlespaulman> oh good
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[4:45] <Sonny_Jim> Until I see posts on the forums saying "RPI foundation are refusing to warranty my Pi" then I'd just overclock away
[4:45] <mrlespaulman> Anyone here currently using raspi-config to overclock?
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[4:46] <plugwash> bad PSUs are a real worry, basically all PSUs are made in china nowadays, reputable vendors try to insist on PSUs that actually conform to standards from their chinese manufacturers but even they get bad units sometimes
[4:47] <plugwash> and if you buy PSUs from the likes of dealextreme or ebay be prepared to get some really dodgy and dangerous stuff
[4:47] <RudeViper> I'm downloading the RaspBMC now - going to try that - I heard it works - maybe the new keyboard will let it go through this time
[4:49] <mrlespaulman> If I reboot my Pi via sudo reboot, my wireless keyboard isnt recognized after restarting
[4:49] <mrlespaulman> Thats annoying
[4:49] <jmadero> my wireless keyboard hasn't worked other than 1 time at the beginning, ever since, I'm now corded
[4:49] <jmadero> is annoying big time
[4:50] <mrlespaulman> I have to switch USB ports to get it working again
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[4:52] <jmadero> just wont work for me
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[4:53] <mrlespaulman> now its working again
[4:53] <mrlespaulman> jeez
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[5:00] <mrlespaulman> N64 on the Pi? Possible? Impossible?
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[5:00] <nsh> depends on your interpretation of the church-turing thesis tbh
[5:01] <mrlespaulman> I mean, if it can handle PSX then surely N64 wouldnt be too much of a stretch?
[5:04] <nsh> compare: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Project64#System_requirements - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1964_(emulator)#System_requirements - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Raspberry_Pi#Specifications
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[5:05] <nsh> and see: http://petrockblog.wordpress.com/2012/07/03/snesdev-rpi-a-snes-adapter-for-the-raspberry-pi/
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[5:08] <mrlespaulman> Doesn't seem completely out of reach to me
[5:08] <Sonny_Jim> N64 has some funky GPU though
[5:08] <Sonny_Jim> RPI GPU = crap
[5:08] <mrlespaulman> But I have zero credibilty
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[5:21] <knoppies> jmadero, do you know what synergy is?
[5:22] <mrlespaulman> This is amazing that I'm sitting here playing Gran Turismo 2 with a PS1 controller on this tiny little doohickey
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[5:23] <mrlespaulman> All while sitting on my couch in the living room
[5:23] <fernandocunhajr> Hi all! En1 here knows how to configure retropie to accept 1 player using joystick and the other player using the keyboard?
[5:24] <fernandocunhajr> (or another joystick?)
[5:24] <mrlespaulman> fernandocunhajr: Check it out:
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[5:25] <fernandocunhajr> mrlespaulman: where? :)
[5:25] <mrlespaulman> retroarch-joyconfig -j 1
[5:25] <mrlespaulman> Run that
[5:26] <mrlespaulman> Standard joypad is 0
[5:26] <fernandocunhajr> Ok! Just that? I'm not using my rpi right now... :/
[5:26] <mrlespaulman> The -j 1 tells it you want to configure joypad #1
[5:27] <mrlespaulman> instead of #0 (default)
[5:28] <mrlespaulman> append the outut of that to your retroarch.cfg
[5:28] <fernandocunhajr> Understood! Thanks :) so, if I config -j 1 the first play will use the keyboard and the second player will use the keyboard, right?
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[5:29] <mrlespaulman> correct, as long as the joypad isnt mapped to the first player already
[5:29] <mrlespaulman> Its all in the cfg file
[5:29] <RudeViper> here goes nothing with Raspbmc
[5:30] <mrlespaulman> Somewhat confusing though
[5:30] <Gumby> sounds like fun, emulators on the pi. unfortunately for me my pi is for business use only at he moment.
[5:30] <fernandocunhajr> I'll do it tomorrow morning (it's 230am in Brazil now)
[5:30] <fernandocunhajr> Tks very much!
[5:30] <RudeViper> OMG - I got to the setup screen
[5:30] <mrlespaulman> Buy another one!
[5:30] <RudeViper> Buy A LOT of them
[5:30] <mrlespaulman> YES!
[5:31] <Gumby> lol
[5:31] <mrlespaulman> One for every room
[5:31] <fernandocunhajr> Gumby: what kindda business?
[5:31] <RudeViper> I'm going to eventually
[5:31] <Gumby> fernandocunhajr: I'm just working on a little project for a client
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[5:31] <RudeViper> Gumby, - it was definately the keyboard -
[5:31] <Gumby> using the pi as a media player that plugs into an existing PBX for the use of playing on hold music. Odd project, but they want to be able to update the media remotely
[5:31] <Gumby> and easily
[5:32] <RudeViper> RaspBMC is now installing itself
[5:32] <Gumby> RudeViper: nice
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[5:32] <RudeViper> too bad it won't do flv movies though
[5:33] <mrlespaulman> Be careful, last time I installed Raspbmc it became sentient
[5:33] <RudeViper> hahahahahaha
[5:33] <fernandocunhajr> Gumby: tks for answering me, I'm curious of what kindda applications we can do using rpi
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[5:34] <RudeViper> I have some really good ideas
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[5:34] <des2> It's a computer, albeit a slow one.
[5:34] <knoppies> Gumby, that sounds cool.
[5:34] <RudeViper> yep
[5:34] <knoppies> RudeViper, what ideas.
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[5:35] <RudeViper> I'm an amateur radio operator - this thing could run a packet node - or be used for emergency communications - due to the reduced power requirements
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[5:35] <Gumby> knoppies: yeah. They do all sorts of media and advertising so they'll bundle it into their subscription service. I just have to deliver something that works :)
[5:36] <mrlespaulman> RudeViper: Aspiring amateur radio operator here. Thats awesome!
[5:36] <RudeViper> hook this thing to a baycom modem - it can run the whole gamut - hook a portable usb hard drive and it could become an entire BBS by itself
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[5:38] <RudeViper> wth
[5:38] <RudeViper> error initialising sd card
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[5:38] <RudeViper> its still running though
[5:40] <RudeViper> oooooooooooh - pretty
[5:40] <RudeViper> lol
[5:41] <RudeViper> it's updating - so can't do anything yet
[5:42] <RudeViper> ummm anyone use Rasbmc?
[5:42] <RudeViper> having an overscan issue - how do I fix it?
[5:43] <knoppies> RudeViper, does your TV have overscan settings? I know in the raspbian image you can turn overscan on and off. Dont know about raspbmc
[5:43] <RudeViper> no don't have them on tv
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[5:51] <RudeViper> looks like it is working though
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[6:03] <oldtopman> RudeViper: Adjust the settings file?
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[6:07] <RudeViper> found it
[6:07] <RudeViper> w0000000t - I have bmc working
[6:08] <RudeViper> but holy crap balls batman this thing takes up an entire 8gb sd drive
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[6:11] <Syliss> the image doesn't take up 8gb
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[6:13] <Gumby> anyone have any idea if it is faster to dd an image via a laptops card slot or if it is faster via a usb microsd adapter
[6:16] <RudeViper> Syliss, actually yes it did
[6:16] <RudeViper> there isn't hardly any room left -
[6:16] <des2> Depends on the indivisual implementations Gumby.
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[6:19] <Gumby> I'll give it a shot and see how she goes via usb.
[6:19] <Gumby> via the SD slot it was terribly slow
[6:19] <des2> what block size did you use ?
[6:20] <Gumby> 1
[6:20] <des2> 1 ?!
[6:20] <Gumby> I've seen 1 and 4
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[6:20] <des2> bs=1 ?
[6:20] <Gumby> yes
[6:20] <des2> Not 1k or 1M ?
[6:20] <des2> jujst 1 ?
[6:20] <Gumby> ah right 1M
[6:20] <Gumby> lol
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[6:21] <des2> heh
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[6:47] <knoppies> Gumby, you can run time dd ... and then see how long it took, then run the same image with time dd ... using the other adapter.
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[7:19] <jmadero> anyone around, wanted to share my setup https://plus.google.com/photos/114741461989471917798/albums/5804240543966637105/5804240547422476722
[7:21] <Gumby> jmadero: thats impressive
[7:21] <Gumby> (I see a white page)
[7:22] <geordie> looks good
[7:23] <Gumby> it would be nice if the pi had all its peripheral connectors on one side, but understandably that would drive the cost and probably size up
[7:24] <jmadero> you see a white page?
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[7:25] <jmadero> just ordered my case, then hopefully I'll have a stable machine just ready to turn on and off
[7:25] <jmadero> tomorrow is testing my theory out for mp3's, having a solid fade in/fade out should avoid popping sound
[7:26] <jmadero> SWEET, and my LibreOffice just finished building
[7:26] <jmadero> 5 hours and 2 fails later ;)
[7:27] <Gumby> jmadero: the mp3 issue does not exist in Arch Linux
[7:27] <Gumby> jmadero: how are you going to fade in/out at the correct times?
[7:28] <jmadero> Gumby: that's what I need to play around with
[7:28] <jmadero> and the Arch pointer means it's definitely software not hardware
[7:28] <jmadero> that was being discussed last night
[7:29] <jmadero> okay time for me to read for a bit, take it easy everyone :-D we need a screenshot page on the wiki, I think mine is about ready for some showing off
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[7:29] <knoppies> jmadero, I will concur. your image looks like all the other ones I've seen.
[7:30] <jmadero> knoppies: but mine is 5.1 setup! that has to be worth something
[7:30] <jmadero> but maybe it doesn't ;)
[7:30] <jmadero> I also just like my tv stand and setup in general
[7:30] <knoppies> jmadero, I often see people plugging them into their TV and surround system in the lounge.
[7:30] <knoppies> I haven't done that yet.
[7:30] <jmadero> fair enough :)
[7:30] <jmadero> night all
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[7:31] <knoppies> Good night jmadero
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[7:56] <Gumby> irc.freenode.net is borked
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[7:57] <Mehhh> Holy crap
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[7:58] <Gumby> at least, wherever it directed me to assuming it points me to the closest server
[7:58] <Gumby> unsure if its an irc server or just forwards you to one of the nodes
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[8:16] <Gumby> woah, cool. something I've never seen before. When I powered off my pi after installing raspbmc my TV displayed a message saying "Disconnecting from anynet+ device"
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[8:16] <Gumby> never seen that before, so I googled it
[8:16] <Gumby> its a samsung feature where you can control devices plugged into your TV with your tv remote
[8:17] <Gumby> so I fired the pi up again, and lo and behold I can control xbmc using my samsung TV remote. It sends the signals via the hdmi cable to the pi
[8:17] <Gumby> friggin crazy
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[8:47] <Sonny_Jim> Meh
[8:47] <Sonny_Jim> I've had it up to *here* with stupid filesystem corruption
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[9:09] <gordonDrogon> morning.
[9:09] <gordonDrogon> what are you doing to get corruption?
[9:10] <gordonDrogon> the only time I've seen it on a Pi was when I had a duff SD card.
[9:11] <Sonny_Jim> Did you ever resize the partition from 2GB ?
[9:11] <Sonny_Jim> I'm sure there's nothing wrong with these cards, as I've dd if=/dev/random the whole cards with zero problems
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[9:13] <gordonDrogon> did lots of resizeing in the early days.
[9:13] <OpenSys> Sonny_Jim, check the power supply. if < 4.6 = problems
[9:14] <Sonny_Jim> I've tried various PSU's
[9:15] <Sonny_Jim> tbh I'm just fed up with it now, it's a real shame as otherwise I really like the Pi
[9:16] <Sonny_Jim> atm between TP1 and TP2 it's > 4.6
[9:20] -christel- [Global Notice] Hi all, it would appear that we're having issues communicating with our main american hub (and a number of servers on that side of the ocean, including services) -- we're investigating! Apologies for the inconvenience and thank you for being patient whilst we investigate!
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[9:29] <bircoe> Sonny_Jim, have you over clocked your Pi?
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[9:32] <Sonny_Jim> It seems to be related to resizing
[9:33] <Sonny_Jim> As long as I don't resize it (tried on the Pi itself and gparted) it works fine
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[10:43] <bbond007> takes forever for fceultra to compile :(
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[10:46] <Dyskette> Freenode is having fun today...
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[11:12] <gordonDrogon> I rarely seem to see these random disconnects/re-connects... Hmm.
[11:12] <gordonDrogon> wonder if it's because I'm using IPv6..
[11:12] <Dagger2> it was a netsplit. none of the people on the other side got disconnected either
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[11:16] <[SLB]> [Global Notice] Hi all, it would appear that we're having issues communicating with our main american hub (and a number of servers on that side of the ocean, including services) -- we're investigating! Apologies for the inconvenience and thank you for being patient whilst we investigate!
[11:16] <[SLB]> ^
[11:19] <tzarc> probably the tsunami :P
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[11:22] <Milos> Has anyone used the 3.6.1 kernel from github?
[11:22] <Milos> It doesn't seem stable to me.
[11:23] <Milos> I'm getting a pattern of blinking lights from the activity LED, the same kind you get when you shutdown, except repetitively.
[11:24] <tzarc> Linux version 3.6.1-FX3+ (root@hailstorm) (gcc version 4.7.3 20121001 (prerelease) (raspberrypi-glibc) ) #1 Fri Oct 26 21:09:40 EST 2012
[11:24] <tzarc> 21:24:08 up 1 day, 23:31, 1 user, load average: 1.00, 1.01, 0.98
[11:24] <tzarc> *shrug*
[11:24] <[SLB]> hm 3.2.27 here :o
[11:24] <techman2> didn't realise there was a 3.6.x kernel in the pipe.
[11:24] <Milos> yeah load average
[11:24] <Milos> see
[11:24] <Milos> that's not normal
[11:25] <Milos> in fact it's very bad indeed :P
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[11:25] <Tachyon`> (h)top and see what's hammering you
[11:25] <Milos> nothing is
[11:25] <Milos> that's the problem with that kernel
[11:25] <Milos> it's because of the SD card.
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[11:25] <Milos> rather the driver
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[11:25] <Tachyon`> oh right, hrm
[11:25] <Milos> in that kernel
[11:26] <Milos> tzarc, wouldn't really use that if I were you :P
[11:26] <Milos> tzarc, is your activity LED blinking as well?
[11:26] <Milos> in a repetitive fashion
[11:26] <tzarc> yup
[11:26] <tzarc> not really using it at the moment anyway
[11:26] <Milos> yeah it's screwed
[11:26] <Milos> I'm going back to 3.2.x
[11:27] <Milos> thanks for confirming though
[11:27] <Milos> gives me some peace
[11:27] <tzarc> :)
[11:27] <Milos> I was expecting to see lots of random journal stuff in dmesg but nothing there
[11:27] <Milos> here we go
[11:27] <Milos> after some minutes it came up
[11:28] <Milos> related to VCHIQ
[11:28] <Milos> http://dpaste.com/819339/
[11:28] <Milos> that's going to keep happening until infinity or the SD card dies
[11:28] <Milos> so ... yeah definitely going bacl
[11:28] <tzarc> fair enough
[11:29] <tzarc> I'd do the same if I wasn't already sorting out other stuff
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[11:33] <techman2> according to comments on github using the vco4_services driver from 3.2.27 will work around the problem
[11:36] <Milos> :O
[11:36] <Milos> including the random blinkenlights
[11:36] <Milos> ?
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[11:36] <booyaa> lo
[11:37] <booyaa> woohoo finally update firmwaring 448mb here i come! :)
[11:37] <djazz> :)
[11:41] <booyaa> whoops
[11:41] <booyaa> misunderstood the gpu_mem_512 switc
[11:42] <booyaa> set it to 16 this time and not using gpu_mem_512=448 XD
[11:42] <gordonDrogon> doh :)
[11:43] <djazz> anyone with nodejs installed, can you try if this works? https://github.com/daniel-j/omxradio
[11:43] <djazz> live demo: http://djazz.mine.nu:7000/
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[11:45] <booyaa> woohoo hammer time!
[11:45] <booyaa> djazz: nodejs on pi?
[11:45] <djazz> yes
[11:45] <djazz> hammer time?
[11:45] <booyaa> sweet does it compile out of the box or do you still have to patch v8?
[11:45] <djazz> out of the box
[11:46] <booyaa> djazz: yes arm now has 486 mem
[11:46] <djazz> takes about 2 hours to compile
[11:46] <djazz> :D
[11:46] <booyaa> yeah that sounds
[11:46] <booyaa> right i was compiling 0.8.4 but needed patching i will revisit it
[11:46] <booyaa> one sec let me try you node app
[11:47] <djazz> yea
[11:47] <djazz> 0.8.14 is latest version
[11:47] <booyaa> yup works nice mobile app
[11:47] <saturation> ls
[11:47] <saturation> phew..
[11:47] * booyaa plays a few tracks ;)
[11:48] <djazz> :)
[11:48] <saturation> can you use another machine to compile binaries for arm?
[11:48] <jelly1> crosscompiling exists
[11:48] <saturation> or accelrate
[11:48] <booyaa> here have some nyah cat
[11:48] <saturation> jelly1: on compiletime?
[11:48] <saturation> I remember there was some utility or something for gentoo
[11:48] <Sonny_Jim> distccd
[11:48] <booyaa> djazz: tried out 0.9?
[11:48] <djazz> booyaa: :D
[11:48] <djazz> no
[11:49] <[SLB]> nodejs from the repos works fine btw
[11:49] <booyaa> live dangerously! :D
[11:49] <djazz> [SLB]: version?
[11:49] <[SLB]> 0.6.19
[11:50] <djazz> too old
[11:50] <djazz> it dont have zlib i think
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[11:50] <[SLB]> i'm using it for your system stats page at least for that it works fine, not sure
[11:51] <saturation> Sonny_Jim: yeah, that might help many people with raspberry pi
[11:51] <djazz> [SLB]: :D
[11:51] <[SLB]> eheh :)
[11:51] <Milos> techman2, can you paste the link where you found the comments?
[11:51] <Sonny_Jim> saturation: There's no decent cross compilation environment, at least none that I've found
[11:51] <Sonny_Jim> the best you can hope for is crosstool-ng
[11:52] <Sonny_Jim> http://www.bootc.net/archives/2012/05/26/how-to-build-a-cross-compiler-for-your-raspberry-pi/
[11:52] <Sonny_Jim> but even then it's a ballache
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[11:55] <Milos> lol wot
[11:55] <Milos> cross-compilation is so easy
[11:56] <Milos> make ARCH=arm CROSS_COMPILE=/usr/bin/armv6jblahblabhalbha -j9
[11:56] <Milos> done?
[11:56] <OpenSys> ha ha -j9
[11:56] <Milos> well yes, when you have 8 threads on a xeon
[11:57] <OpenSys> :)
[11:57] <Milos> it gets the job done in one minut e:P
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[11:58] <Sonny_Jim> Milos: For simple C programs, yse
[11:58] <Sonny_Jim> But what about libs?
[11:58] <Milos> what libs
[11:59] <Milos> I just use distcc on the tpi for everything else
[11:59] <Milos> s/tpi/rpi/
[11:59] <Milos> does libs and whatever you want :P
[11:59] <Milos> the ./configure part is slow
[11:59] <Milos> but the rest is fast
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[12:01] <saturation> Milos: is that hard to get up?
[12:01] <Milos> on gentoo you just emerge (install) distcc and put FEATURES="distcc" in make.conf and of course set the distcc hosts, and everything to install from then on will be distributed
[12:02] <Milos> in other words it's easy on gentoo, or at least I found it easy
[12:02] <rikkib> /away
[12:02] <Milos> s/to install/you install/
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[12:24] <Cheery> https://gist.github.com/3968372
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[12:25] <Cheery> Can anyone try it to verify? or know what's going on here?
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[12:30] <booyaa> you on the right channel?
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[12:35] <Cheery> booyaa: not sure
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[12:44] <booyaa> looks like you're trying to compile/test nodejs
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[12:58] <techman2> Milos: check out http://github.com/raspberrypi/linux/issues/144
[12:58] <Milos> techman2, thanks
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[12:59] <Cheery> booyaa: it's raspberry pi related issue
[13:00] <Cheery> initializing the egl causes node.js to trip over
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[13:01] <_yac_> just got my 1st raspberry pi, DL:ing raspbian as we speak, hopefully my Sony Ericsson 850mA PSU can hack it
[13:02] <techman2> should be ok
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[13:03] <_yac_> wonder if raspbian install a GUI by default, i want a pure CLI install(256mb rpi)
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[13:04] <Pulser> _yac_, how about arch if raspbian doesn't do what you want?
[13:04] <Cheery> https://github.com/raspberrypi/firmware/issues/112
[13:05] <_yac_> yeah arch is always a possibiliy, i'm just used to debian that's why i chose it
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[13:05] <Pulser> fair enough :) I used arch and debian but preferred arch
[13:05] <Pulser> I think there's a way to get cli only raspbian
[13:05] <Pulser> it might just be an option to tick when you run it for the first time
[13:05] <_yac_> i'm going to DL arch just the same, good idea
[13:06] <_yac_> yeah that's what im hoping :) i'll also try configuring network since the lan it's going to sit on doesn't have dhcp, all static
[13:06] <Pulser> ahh yeah
[13:06] <_yac_> starting to slowly get a grasp of linux networking after setting up many boxes :)
[13:06] <Pulser> static is always useful - much easier to get going imo
[13:09] <des2> arch linux is more pure non graphics
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[13:10] <_yac_> isnt arch linux basically make your own distro?
[13:11] <des2> not quite
[13:11] <des2> but it is minimalist
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[13:11] <_yac_> seems raspbian installs a gui by default, but doesnt start it.. should be as easy as apt-get --purge remove <the gui packages)
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[13:14] <ReggieUK> afaik you won't get the whole 256MB of ram even if you do get rid of X and lxde
[13:15] <ReggieUK> because the gpu needs a small amount of ram just to exist
[13:17] <des2> I haven't seen anybody running with less than 16MB for the GPU.
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[13:33] <_yac_> wow my sd card is NOT fast... 0.8MB/s
[13:33] <_yac_> yeah but 256 is still ample for me i think
[13:33] <gordonDrogon> _yac_, how are you testing?
[13:34] <_yac_> i'm writing to the card using win32diskimager and it reports the speed
[13:34] <_yac_> almost panicked since i didnt think i had a sd card reader, then i remembered the netbook lying around had a sd slot
[13:34] <gordonDrogon> ah, that might be your pc/laptop just having a lousy interface.
[13:34] <_yac_> yeah
[13:34] <gordonDrogon> some have. e.g. my 'big' laptop is really really slow, but my small one is the same speed as the Pi... (20MB/sec)
[13:35] <_yac_> not sure if my kingston sd card can hack those speeds though... it was a cheapo card
[13:35] <_yac_> does it say on them which class they are/is it easily determined in some other way?
[13:38] <gordonDrogon> I have some kingston class 4's - they get about 16MB/sec on a Pi.
[13:38] <gordonDrogon> My sandisk ultra's (c6) get 20MB/sec.
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[13:47] <_yac_> so what are y'all using your pi's for?
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[13:48] <vl4kn0> Hi, I just installed Archlinux ARM on my RPI and connected it to the router (I don't have additional screen), what IP address can I use to connect to the device using ssh?
[13:49] <_yac_> i think you'll need to check your router for that
[13:49] <_yac_> or take the device with the highest local ip address on your lan and add 1 to the last number
[13:50] <SpeedEvil> map
[13:50] <des2> vl4kn0 connect to your router and see what IP it has assigned.
[13:51] <SpeedEvil> nmap
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[13:56] <vl4kn0> got it, using router ;)
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[14:07] <des2> It may be possible to make your router always give the same IP to the sameMAC address. That would make things easier.
[14:08] <vl4kn0> easier would be to make rpi not to use dhcp at all
[14:10] <des2> perhaps, but if you reinstall the OS or change OSes you have to do it all over again
[14:11] <linuxstb> It's also easier to keep track of all your devices and the IP addresses in use if you assign them in the router, rather than in each device.
[14:12] <vl4kn0> valid point
[14:14] <vl4kn0> done
[14:15] <vl4kn0> by the way, do common routers allow to assign a name for an IP address?
[14:15] <_yac_> would i have to repartition my sd card somehow? i think it used to have MBR/FAT on it, restored rapsberry pi image using win32diskimager, pwr led lights up but that's about it
[14:15] <vl4kn0> so I would write http://raspberrypi instead of 192.168.1.123
[14:15] <vl4kn0> ?
[14:15] <_yac_> raspbian*
[14:15] <[SLB]> speaking of what, going to check what my router allows me to do, so far i've set static ip on machiens
[14:17] <[SLB]> seems like there's no such option in linksys routers hm
[14:19] <des2> most common routers these days also handle dns, so you can assign specific names to specific IPs
[14:19] <des2> like raspberrypi to 192.126.1.123
[14:19] <[SLB]> ah not by mac?
[14:19] <[SLB]> moment
[14:19] <des2> well dns is name to IP
[14:20] <des2> dhcp is MAC to IP
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[14:21] <[SLB]> hm this is my router http://ui.linksys.com/files/WAG120N/1.00.11/setup.cgi@next_file=Setup.htm
[14:23] <[SLB]> (not really important, just curious about this function that i've never used before)
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[14:25] <_yac_> trying again, this time using the panasonic sd card formatter first
[14:25] <des2> I'm confused why it lists places for a static IP without a corresponding name
[14:26] <[SLB]> eheh
[14:26] <[SLB]> those dns are the dns to use for the wan
[14:26] <[SLB]> namely 8.8.8.8 etc
[14:27] <gordonDrogon> and 8.8.4.4 ...
[14:27] <[SLB]> yes eheh
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[14:36] <djazz> https://twitter.com/daniel_hede/status/262547627852320768
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[14:38] <gordonDrogon> intersting.
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[14:44] <_yac_> haha turns out i probably hit the wrong button in win32diskimager... pwr led lights up and act blinks too. :]
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[14:51] <[SLB]> anyone played with rfid readers?
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[15:02] <des2> Yeah but the cops caught me....
[15:02] <gniourf_gniourf> can't overclock the darn thing
[15:05] <[SLB]> lol des2
[15:05] <[SLB]> why gniourf_gniourf
[15:07] <gniourf_gniourf> [SLB], wrote the relevant lines in /boot/config.txt but cat /proc/cpuinfo still shows 697.95 BogoMIPS
[15:07] <gniourf_gniourf> after many reboots
[15:07] <atouk> ./
[15:07] <atouk> (o o)
[15:07] <atouk> ---oOOo-(_)-oOOo---
[15:07] <atouk> Good Morning
[15:07] <[SLB]> that'll always show the base clock bogomips
[15:07] <[SLB]> morning atouk
[15:07] <[SLB]> gniourf_gniourf, i assume you have a recent firmware?
[15:08] <gniourf_gniourf> actually I followed some stuff on some blog (involved typing rpi-update) so I guess so... how can I check that?
[15:08] <[SLB]> cat /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/scaling_governor
[15:09] <[SLB]> np you have a recent one then
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[15:09] <gniourf_gniourf> shows "powersave"
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[15:10] <[SLB]> su -c 'echo "ondemand" > /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/scaling_governor'
[15:10] <[SLB]> these are the available governors: conservative ondemand userspace powersave performance
[15:11] <[SLB]> performance is the turbo mode i guess, persisting overclock
[15:11] <gniourf_gniourf> shall I reboot now?
[15:11] <chithead> echo ondemand | sudo dd of=...
[15:11] <chithead> any settings to /sys will be lost on reboot
[15:11] <[SLB]> where are you echoing ondemand?
[15:12] <[SLB]> moment
[15:13] <[SLB]> i have this file in /etc/init.d
[15:13] <[SLB]> http://pastebin.com/wxLH4xG1
[15:14] <[SLB]> set up to start at boot
[15:14] <[SLB]> which basically echos ondemand to that /sys file
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[15:15] <gniourf_gniourf> how did you call that file?
[15:15] <[SLB]> /etc/init.d/switch_cpu_governor but it's irrelevant
[15:15] <gniourf_gniourf> I know it's irrelevant :)
[15:15] <[SLB]> :)
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[15:20] <gniourf_gniourf> /proc/cpuinfo still shows 697.95 BogoMIPS :(
[15:20] <[SLB]> ~> [SLB] that'll always show the base clock bogomips
[15:20] <[SLB]> first you have to stress your cpu
[15:20] <[SLB]> then
[15:20] <[SLB]> /opt/vc/bin/vcgencmd measure_clock arm
[15:21] <[SLB]> or better to say, while the cpu is working, run that command
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[15:21] <[SLB]> or
[15:22] <[SLB]> cat /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/scaling_max_freq
[15:22] <gniourf_gniourf> cpu is being stressed but measure_clock arm shows 700000000
[15:23] <[SLB]> is the governor set to ondemand?
[15:23] <[SLB]> you can also try performance
[15:23] <[SLB]> or something else is wrong :\
[15:24] <gniourf_gniourf> ha
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[15:24] <RudeViper> Good morning all
[15:24] <gniourf_gniourf> governor is still to powersave
[15:24] <gniourf_gniourf> damned
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[15:25] <[SLB]> you have to set that script to run on boot
[15:25] <gniourf_gniourf> how come? oO
[15:26] <[SLB]> sudo update-rc.d defaults <script>
[15:26] <[SLB]> try, i don't remember the exact syntax
[15:27] <[SLB]> sudo update-rc.d switch_cpu_governor defaults
[15:27] <gniourf_gniourf> done
[15:27] <[SLB]> reboot
[15:27] <gniourf_gniourf> let's go!
[15:27] <gniourf_gniourf> :)
[15:27] <[SLB]> eheh
[15:28] <andi3> hi, is qemu from ubuntu 12.04 ok for running rasberrypi image?
[15:29] <[SLB]> higuita, i don't know, sorry
[15:29] <[SLB]> *hi
[15:30] <gniourf_gniourf> [SLB], it works \o/
[15:30] <[SLB]> nice:)
[15:30] <gniourf_gniourf> frequency(45)=875000000
[15:30] <gniourf_gniourf> :)
[15:30] <[SLB]> eheh
[15:30] <gniourf_gniourf> thanks a lot!
[15:30] <[SLB]> yw :)
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[15:33] <[SLB]> speaking of what, got new firmware, brb reboot
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[15:40] <gniourf_gniourf> [SLB], btw, now I added initial_turbo=1 in /boot/config.txt and /proc/cpuinfo now shows 898.66 BogoMIPS \o/
[15:40] * gniourf_gniourf so happy <3
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[15:43] <geordie> what's the default root password for raspbian?
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[15:44] <plugwash> User setup is not a characteristic of raspbian itself, it's something chosen by whoever prepared the image you are using
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[15:45] <andi3> geordie: depends on the image: http://www.raspberrypi.org/downloads
[15:45] <plugwash> the foundation's image is setup with the root password locked and users expected to use sudo
[15:45] <andi3> actually is the same for both
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[15:46] <geordie> i managed to delete sudo
[15:48] <plugwash> ok put the card in another machine and edit cmdline.txt on the fat partition. Add " init=/bin/sh"
[15:49] <plugwash> then put the card back in your pi and boot it, you should be dumped at a prompt
[15:49] <geordie> thanks - i _just_ read the same thing in the forum :)
[15:49] <plugwash> at that prompt type "mount -o remount,rw /"
[15:49] <plugwash> then "passwd root"
[15:49] <geordie> i got a little eager with debfoster
[15:50] <geordie> thanks
[15:50] <plugwash> then "exec init" to continue the boot process
[15:52] <cyclick2> To get rid of the error message "ALSA lib pcm.c:2217:(snd_pcm_open_noupdate) "Unknown PCM cards.pcm.front"" when playing audio, change the line "pcm.front cards.pcm.front" to "pcm.front cards.pcm.default"
[15:53] <cyclick2> in file /usr/share/alsa/alsa.con
[15:53] <cyclick2> in file /usr/share/alsa/alsa.conf
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[15:57] <Cheery> all right.
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[15:57] <Cheery> I've collected enough information to make some kind of webgl bindings.
[15:57] <Cheery> that work on raspberry pi straight out of box.
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[16:04] <Martyn> My 512MB RasPI is getting ridiculously hot :(
[16:04] <Martyn> Chip is hot to the touch
[16:04] <Martyn> Adding a small heatsink isn't helping a lot either :(
[16:04] <atouk> what's the temp?
[16:05] <Cheery> if you can touch it and not burn your finger, it's not hot enough
[16:05] <Martyn> 80C
[16:05] <atouk> worry at 85
[16:05] <Martyn> Sometimes as high as 84C
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[16:06] <Martyn> Well, considering I'm going to be deploying this raspi inside a laser cutter, and my -other- PI doesn't get even half as hot...
[16:06] <Martyn> Heck, the other PI reads a cool 29C
[16:06] <Martyn> this one is blazing at 80+
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[16:11] <atouk> martyn, nothing a big enough fan won't cure...
[16:12] <Martyn> atouk : But a "big enough fan" will disturb the laser cutter. The whole point of going with a power-sipping ARM chip in the first place was to get rid of the fan in the first place.
[16:12] <Martyn> Let me go back a step.
[16:12] <Martyn> What temperature does ==your== rasPI run at?
[16:13] <atouk> 45-50
[16:13] <atouk> 45 now
[16:13] <Martyn> since I have four, and two run at 20-30C, one seems to run at 80+C, and one runs generally around 40C
[16:13] <atouk> it's a 256
[16:13] <Martyn> okay, so this heat is anomalous
[16:13] <Martyn> Do other 512 PI's run this hot, normally?
[16:13] <atouk> don't know. didn't get my 512 yet
[16:14] <Martyn> atouk : That is the underlying thing I'm trying to find out. If this one is on the extreme side of a bell curve, I'll swap it for another
[16:14] <Martyn> if it's normal, then there's nothing I can really do
[16:14] <Martyn> but I have a feeling that this -is- anomalous
[16:15] <Martyn> that there is something specifically wrong either with this chip, or this PI
[16:15] <cyclick2> my 512 doest seem to run very hot
[16:15] <Martyn> cyclick2 ; Can you query the temperature sensor and see what reading you get?
[16:15] <atouk> maybe post on forums and get some feedback there
[16:15] <cyclick2> whats the command Martyn
[16:16] <Martyn> http://www.cl.cam.ac.uk/freshers/raspberrypi/tutorials/temperature/#step-three-a
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[16:20] <cyclick2> martyn, i dont have any folder that look like 10-000802824e58 in /sys/bus/w1/devices/ ...
[16:20] <atouk> firmware update google rpi-update
[16:21] <atouk> https://github.com/Hexxeh/rpi-update
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[16:25] <Caleb> yeah i need to update my pi
[16:26] <atouk> slb, still here?
[16:27] <[SLB]> yes
[16:27] <atouk> hit my site. i made some changes to apaache and want to make sure i didn't fark anythign up
[16:28] <[SLB]> let's see
[16:29] <[SLB]> sorry link again pls
[16:29] <[SLB]> i see forbidden to what i have, maybe am clicking wrong
[16:29] <atouk> that's what i thought. gonna have to play some more
[16:29] <[SLB]> ah oks eheh
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[16:30] <atouk> setup custom error pages and had to do some changes to get htaccess to work properly
[16:30] <atouk> but at 2 in the morning you tend to do stupid stuff
[16:30] <[SLB]> eheh yes sometimes it happens :3
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[16:35] <Leestons> Just reminded me, I still haven't set up htaccess
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[16:43] <atouk> try again
[16:43] <[SLB]> works
[16:44] <[SLB]> also custom 403
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[16:44] <atouk> fix one thing, and another breaks. 403 age loads, but not 404 now
[16:44] <[SLB]> 404 too
[16:44] <[SLB]> it works
[16:44] <atouk> main page shows?
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[16:45] <[SLB]> :8000?
[16:45] <atouk> yup
[16:45] <[SLB]> yes it works
[16:45] <atouk> good
[16:45] <atouk> ty
[16:45] <[SLB]> :) yw
[16:46] <atouk> did the 404 and 403. don't think i need any others
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[16:46] <[SLB]> yes worked eheh
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[17:03] <Benighted> hey all, anyone here running ROM collection browser successfully on open elec?
[17:03] <submitform> salutations all. how does one setup locale on the command line?
[17:03] <Benighted> TZ='America/Toronto' date
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[17:05] <Benighted> no one?
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[17:12] <Leestons> nx5_off are you going to stay for any period of time?
[17:12] <RudeViper> anyone here using raspbmc on their pi?
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[17:14] <Aidamina> odd my apt-get install nginx seems to be failing silently, any idea where i could find logs for it?
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[17:15] <TeeCee> /var/log/apt.log or something?
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[17:21] <atouk> 2 1/2 foot storm surges and it's still 500 miles away...
[17:22] <Leestons> :))
[17:22] <submitform> Benighted, more looking to set the language to eng utf8
[17:22] <Leestons> wrong window
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[17:44] <RudeViper> wow - it sure is quiet in here
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[17:45] <Cheery> if I had yet little stamina to put up that webgl repository
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[17:50] <IT_Sean> RudeViper: Shhhh... 's quiet time.
[17:50] <IT_Sean> :p
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[17:52] <Cheery> you guys don't anyway seem to see it much of cheering to get a library that lets you do desktop compositing
[17:52] <Cheery> it's uninteresting or somtehing?
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[17:54] <Cheery> hm.
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[17:55] <Cheery> of course some will do..
[17:55] <Cheery> I'm just in need of encouragement at the moment
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[17:57] <Benighted> submitform raspi-config
[17:57] <Benighted> Anyone here have ROM collection browser working on openelec?
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[17:58] <Benighted> When I try to launch a game just pops up a black screen and back to the game selection window...
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[18:04] <sraue> Benighted, the ROM collection browser needs some installed emulators?
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[18:05] <sixxie> Cheery: so far dispman is doing it for me :) now i'm wondering if there's an audio lib that's made it beyond the examples directory
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[18:06] <Cheery> think I'll get it easy enough for children to try?
[18:06] <DomasoFan> hi guys. anyone used the raspberry pi as a dvr for satellite tv?
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[18:06] <Cheery> https://github.com/cheery/node-video
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[18:10] <Cheery> sixxie: also, if you've used dispman, could you design an interface for me?
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[18:11] <Cheery> I'm unsure about what to expose. and how hardware changes if you go somewhere else
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[18:11] <Benighted> sraue Yes, I set those up - not sure if I need to add any parameters or whatnot
[18:12] <sixxie> this is the only thing i've seen dispman on, i've learnt enough to make stuff happen and that's it
[18:13] <sixxie> Cheery: what you're doing sounds better for learners, though as far as i can tell, dispman isn't complicated, just undocumented
[18:13] <Cheery> you're correct
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[18:13] <sixxie> i only even found out about it because my code didn't work straight off using EGL/GLES - still don't really know why
[18:14] <Cheery> I'd like concreteness in native window handles. but this far I don't think I'll get any
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[18:17] <jmadero> morning all, I'm getting an error -84 whilst initializing sd card (only when I have my wireless keyboard plugged in otherwise pi works great)
[18:17] <jmadero> any suggestions?
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[18:21] <atouk> different power supply
[18:22] <Leestons> Have you tried using a basic, wired keyboard?
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[18:24] <jmadero> power supply isn't the issue, unless the keyboard just takes too much
[18:24] <jmadero> in which case it probably just won't work with it (USB hub is powered)
[18:24] <jmadero> and yes basic wired keyboard works fine
[18:24] <jmadero> I even unplugged everything else (two externals and a mouse)
[18:25] <jmadero> using HTC Evo3D OEM power supply
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[18:29] <Leestons> That's odd.
[18:30] <jmadero> agreed....and annoying
[18:30] <jmadero> actually it's not my keyboard (sorry) it's my remote control
[18:30] <Opinie> anyone know, why XBMC is complaining of segmentation fault?
[18:31] <jmadero> okay have to head out, was wondering if it was a quick fix but apparently not
[18:31] <jmadero> wired keyboard isn't doing it for me (stretched across living room) so hopefully I find a solution
[18:31] <jmadero> I'll be back later or some time this week to try to solve this one
[18:31] <jmadero> take it easy everyone
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[18:38] <vl4kn0> No mail.
[18:38] <vl4kn0> Last login: Sun Oct 28 18:17:13 2012 fro
[18:38] <vl4kn0> No mail.
[18:38] <vl4kn0> oops, sorry
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[18:43] <Vegar> [ 2040.438480] smsc95xx 1-1.1:1.0: eth0: kevent 2 may have been dropped
[18:43] <Vegar> what are those errors?
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[18:46] <Diaoul> power issues?
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[18:46] <Caleb> asdfasdf
[18:46] <TheSeven> it's funny how people keep blaming absolutely everything on power issues, even though quite a bit of that was proven to be caused by software bugs...
[18:48] <booyaa> vl4kn0: forever alone? ;)
[18:48] <atouk> most software bugs are caused by power issues
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[18:50] <TheSeven> software bugs that can be reproduced on boards with perfectly stable power, and can be fixed in software in a way that suddenly makes things work on all boards, clearly aren't though.
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[18:52] <atouk> computers run on electrons, and if those electrons are misapplied by the cpu because of bad programming, errors happen. therefore, all software errors are caused by power problems
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[18:55] <TheSeven> no comment...
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[18:56] <zgreg> Vegar: USB driver bugs
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[18:57] <zgreg> atouk: if they're caused by power (hardware) issues, they're not called software errors
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[18:58] <Vegar> zgreg: yeah, I found a solution
[18:59] <Vegar> disabling the turbo mode
[18:59] <Vegar> whatever that means
[18:59] <atouk> ah, another one of those heretics that think computers run on smoke. test: if you remove power, will the software continue to function properly? Obviously not! therefore, software errors are power related. QED
[19:01] <Vegar> reverse test: remove the smoke
[19:02] <atouk> yes, but releasing the smoke sometimes results in a partially functioning circuit. obviously smoke is just a byproduct of the electrons, and not related to full operation of a circuit
[19:03] <Vegar> anyways, how suitable is the pi for torrent downloading and generic video playback?
[19:03] <Vegar> (simultaneously)
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[19:06] <Fleck> mumbles alive?
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[19:10] <DomasoFan> anyone has used the raspberry pi as a dvr for digital satellite tv? thinking of doing that.
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[19:16] <bonobonol> hi all...just got my pi..am trying to share my wireless internet connection to other device connected to the ethernet port...but plugging ethernet in knocks out the wireless (usb wireless)..is this maybe a power issue, or something else?
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[19:16] <bonobonol> hi all...just got my pi..am trying to share my wireless internet connection to other device connected to the ethernet port...but plugging ethernet in knocks out the wireless (usb wireless)..is this maybe a power issue, or something else?
[19:17] <bonobonol> oops,..sorry
[19:17] <DomasoFan> bonobonol: maybe you should run the stuff al from a powered usb hub. so the card gets enough power.
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[19:18] <bonobonol> DomasoFan, k, that's what i was thinking, just wanted to be sure before i went out and bought a powered hub
[19:19] <DomasoFan> bonobonol: its always good to have enough power on the side. i have connected the pi to the powered hub and all the devices which communicate with it.
[19:19] <chithead> you can also try a different power supply if you have more than one
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[19:21] <grabphil> anyone used the phython to make a starfield... i face planted only got a black square
[19:22] <grabphil> is there a paste command for phython?
[19:23] <grabphil> hell-o
[19:23] <grabphil> 394
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[19:25] <grabphil> not
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[19:25] <axion> #raspberrypi user peak: 431 (1d 21h ago) lowest: 308 (9h 22m ago) average: 366.77 users (30d period)
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[19:26] <ReggieUK> we've had more than that in here
[19:26] <axion> only if it was before 3-4 months ago
[19:26] <mumbles> Fleck: nope
[19:26] <Fleck> :D
[19:26] <ReggieUK> funny that, it was, launch time was hecti
[19:26] <ReggieUK> hectic even
[19:26] <Fleck> mumbles what did you do with your raspi?
[19:26] <mumbles> anyone one know what funells retruns department says?
[19:27] <mumbles> Fleck: nothing differnt. it just had a hot heletic smell.
[19:27] <axion> ah...ive only been idling here for a few months
[19:27] <mumbles> it was in the case.
[19:27] <Fleck> stable 5V supply?
[19:27] <mumbles> yep.
[19:27] <Fleck> tried to replace that D part?
[19:27] <mumbles> offfice blackberry charger.
[19:28] <mumbles> Fleck: d17 dosent look to good
[19:28] <Fleck> yeah, tried to replace D17?
[19:28] <mumbles> https://dl.dropbox.com/u/90210239/deadpi3.jpg
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[19:28] <mumbles> thats the photo
[19:29] <Fleck> yep
[19:29] <Fleck> replace D17
[19:29] <grabphil> the wrong 395 people
[19:29] <mumbles> theres heat damage around the ports as well.
[19:29] <Fleck> ports?
[19:30] <mumbles> sound network usb
[19:31] <grabphil> case 1 cash 0
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[19:32] <Fleck> mumbles srlsy? can you take photo?
[19:32] <mumbles> going to see what farnell says.
[19:32] <Fleck> where did you get such heat?
[19:32] <grabphil> not before 2000 on a camera though
[19:32] <mumbles> dont know.
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[19:32] <mumbles> i plugged it in so i could show it off
[19:32] <grabphil> look game boy carts fits photo
[19:32] <mumbles> was in a case
[19:33] <Fleck> mumbles mine is in case too, worked few days - no problems :D
[19:34] <grabphil> still 395 wrong
[19:34] <grabphil> usr/docs/errors/help.ssh
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[19:36] <grabphil> does python have a paste command
[19:36] <grabphil> or case1 can u open a leaf in phython
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[19:37] <mumbles> Fleck: https://dl.dropbox.com/u/90210239/20121028_183437.jpg
[19:37] <grabphil> case2 nano doc in tx with a phython call?
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[19:38] <DomasoFan> anyone knows whats the max temp the raspberry pi can take? default idle cpu temperature in a ModMyPi case is around 49-50 degrees c.
[19:38] <Fleck> mumbles I don't see anything there
[19:38] <grabphil> more than 5v
[19:38] <grabphil> textular fart 395
[19:39] <mumbles> Fleck: can you see the discolloration to the left of the networ port?
[19:39] <mumbles> solder bits are?
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[19:40] <Fleck> mumbles no, sorry
[19:40] <mumbles> looks like water droplets?
[19:41] <mumbles> one sec uploading a better photo
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[19:43] <mumbles> Fleck: https://dl.dropbox.com/u/90210239/deadpihighlited.png
[19:44] <Fleck> 404
[19:44] <Fleck> ok works now
[19:44] <Fleck> looks like flux
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[19:45] <Fleck> but still - bad pic! :) focus is in the midle of board
[19:45] <mumbles> Fleck: yeh cant get the phone to ffocus
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[19:45] <TheSeven> wow, now that's a blown diode :)
[19:46] <mumbles> TheSeven: https://dl.dropbox.com/u/90210239/20121028_184009.jpg
[19:46] <Fleck> mumbles can you check diode? with multimeter?
[19:46] <mumbles> if i can find my multimeter !
[19:46] <TheSeven> what did you do? reverse polarity? excess voltage?
[19:46] <mumbles> TheSeven: dont know
[19:47] <TheSeven> in any case I'd assume that the CPU is dead now
[19:47] <mumbles> onley had it a week.
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[19:47] <TheSeven> how did you power the board? through microusb?
[19:48] <mumbles> with a genuine blackberry charger that had been working before
[19:48] <TheSeven> well if that diode blows there are 3 possibilities: either the diode failed for no apparent reason and is now shorted (lucky), or polarity got reversed (bad), or overvoltage (bad)
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[19:53] <TheSeven> however the input polyfuse should have protected the diode
[19:54] <TheSeven> so the board must have been powered through the expansion header, the input polyfuse must have failed, or it must be a board without usb polyfuses, and it was powered through the USB host ports
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[20:00] <niekniek> hello! anyone got a clue where on earth I disable the autostart from xbmc on raspbmc?
[20:00] <niekniek> have been searching it for a while now :)
[20:01] <hotwings> look in /etc/rc2.d or other?
[20:01] <rikkib> Look in /etc/init.d/
[20:01] <RudeViper> anyone know of any way to clean up the video on composite so it is easier to read on a tv using composite?
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[20:02] <niekniek> hotwings: nothing in /etc/rc2.d
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[20:02] <hotwings> maybe a different runlevel
[20:02] <niekniek> nope i'm on runlevel 2
[20:03] <hotwings> just for fun, try: find /etc/* -name *xbmc*
[20:03] <niekniek> and there's no xmbc script /etc/init.d/
[20:03] <niekniek> one can start it with initctl stop xmbc
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[20:03] <niekniek> so i was looking how this initctl is working
[20:03] <niekniek> but i cannot disable stuff with initctl
[20:03] <niekniek> i think
[20:06] <niekniek> ah found it... it's upstart stuff which resides in /etc/init
[20:06] <niekniek> nextlevel boot stuff :)
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[20:17] <codemagician> Is the RAM for the Raspberry Pi onboard the Soc BCM2835? If so, what is the other small chip on the mainboard?
[20:17] <codemagician> ?
[20:18] <Maqs> ram is on top of the soc, the other chip should be ethernet.. iirc
[20:18] <piney0> the RAM sits on top of the broadcom chip, so you can't see the broadcom chip
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[20:19] <AC`97> piney0: false >:D
[20:19] <AC`97> that's like saying you can't see the ice cream in an ice cream sandwich
[20:19] * AC`97 hides
[20:20] <piney0> trollol
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[20:22] <Maqs> i scream!
[20:22] <codemagician> when you say "on top of the doc" do you mean it's all inside the BCM3835 already?
[20:22] <codemagician> *soc
[20:23] <codemagician> like a multilayer single chip
[20:23] <TheSeven> codemagician: it's two chips
[20:23] <Maqs> nope
[20:23] <ReggieUK> no
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[20:23] <TheSeven> soldered on top of each other
[20:23] <TheSeven> look closely from the side
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[20:23] <codemagician> like a club sandwich?
[20:23] <TheSeven> the broadcom soc is the lower one
[20:23] <piney0> the bcm 2835 is slightly smaller than the RAM chip, and sits under the RAM chip
[20:23] <TheSeven> the ram is soldered on top of it
[20:24] <TheSeven> and the other big chip is ethernet + usb hub
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[20:24] <codemagician> I don't have the device. Is there a close up photo anywhere?
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[20:26] * TheSeven makes one
[20:26] <codemagician> If the SoC has an ARM11 is that 32bit? And would that mean the address space would be up to 4GB of accessible RAM max?
[20:26] <TheSeven> yes, minus space for memory mapped peripherals
[20:28] <TheSeven> https://portal.bitcasa.com/download-send/45540b08f4f60812cf3a7f0ca8c30c6c916d1b310d7ab649a16ce28fa9089ca4/c5507ac3c1e91be1225334a0772f0364aa6a137ae639c3ce8712fa9721f1e34e/2012-10-28%2020.25.46.jpg
[20:29] <codemagician> How much RAM is onboard the the Model B?
[20:29] <TheSeven> 256/512MB depending on when it was manufactured
[20:29] <codemagician> TheSeven: wow, that's come a long way since I programmed my first Archimedes RISC processor
[20:29] <rikkib> RPi has 4gb address space. 1gb 3gb split
[20:30] <TheSeven> rikkib: that's a kernel thing, not a hardware thing
[20:31] <rikkib> Search BCM2835-ARM-Peripherals.pdf
[20:31] <codemagician> so out of the 4GB of address space, does the VideoCore get mapped to a portion of it?
[20:31] <rikkib> Search BCM2835-ARM-Peripherals.pdf
[20:32] <TheSeven> quoting that: "User/Kernel split determined by kernel configuration (C0000000)
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[20:33] <TheSeven> the real problem that limits it to <1GB is that they replicate everything 4 times with different caching attributes
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[20:33] <biberao> hi
[20:34] <TheSeven> which is something that I consider a nasty hack
[20:34] <codemagician> TheSeven: so is 1GB the maximum amount of useable RAM that could be used with the BC2823 ?
[20:34] * Gadgetoid is slowly updating WiringPi Python
[20:35] <TheSeven> 1GB - MMIO space
[20:35] <TheSeven> so practically 512MB
[20:35] <codemagician> what does MMIO mean?
[20:35] <codemagician> memory mapped?
[20:35] <TheSeven> memory mapped io
[20:35] <codemagician> i see
[20:36] <codemagician> that's the limit of the hardware
[20:36] <biberao> isnt gordon around?
[20:36] <TheSeven> if you need more ram, go for a cubieboard :)
[20:37] <codemagician> is there a reason for the physical location of the RAM, i.e. some kind of advantage of having the RAM right on the BCM2835
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[20:37] <TheSeven> 1. saves PCB area
[20:37] <Gadgetoid> Dratted build errors!
[20:37] <biberao> TheSeven: has cubieboard been released?
[20:37] <TheSeven> 2. very short signal lines (good for signal integrity => high clock frequencies possible)
[20:38] <TheSeven> 3. the chips are readily available this way (piggybacking on e.g. the smartphone market)
[20:38] <TheSeven> biberao: http://www.indiegogo.com/cubieboard
[20:39] <TheSeven> I don't really know much about it, but it seems like they have working prototypes and are now collecting money for the first large batch of boards
[20:39] <biberao> TheSeven: i know what it is
[20:39] <TheSeven> check #cubieboard for more info
[20:39] <biberao> but i havent seen
[20:39] <biberao> being sold
[20:39] <biberao> or is raising money
[20:39] <biberao> :X
[20:40] <Gadgetoid> Drat. I forgot Python.
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[20:41] <codemagician> TheSeven: is it a commercial project
[20:41] <TheSeven> IIUC yes
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[20:42] <codemagician> TheSeven: How does the ARM8 compare to the ARM11
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[20:43] <TheSeven> ARM11 is ARMv6
[20:43] <TheSeven> the cortex A8 is ARMv7
[20:43] <TheSeven> so a newer architecture revision, which supports, among other things, Thumb2
[20:43] <biberao> TheSeven: you know anything about wiringpi?
[20:44] <TheSeven> biberao: I've read what it roughly is, but not much beyond that
[20:44] <codemagician> The cubieboard looks like a clone of the pi
[20:44] <TheSeven> it looks like a Pi done right IMO
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[20:44] <biberao> whats pwm?
[20:44] <biberao> and ms mode?
[20:45] <mrpaladin> Have a model b here with 256mb ram. Is there any way to extend that ram perhaps with a 32 GB SD card?
[20:45] <TheSeven> pulse width modulation
[20:45] <TheSeven> ms could mean a lot of things
[20:45] <AC`97> microsoft mode
[20:45] <Gadgetoid> Hmm, waitForInterrupt doesn't seem to know what a millisecond is
[20:45] <AC`97> XD
[20:45] <TheSeven> mrpaladin: well you can add a swap partition
[20:45] <biberao> AC`97: dont think so you driver!
[20:45] <[M]ax> mrpaladin swap partition
[20:45] <AC`97> !!
[20:46] * AC`97 is codec, not driver
[20:46] <mrpaladin> Is swap partition part of linux software?
[20:46] <Gadgetoid> Wondering if I should just be a git, and push this up to git, and let people test it
[20:46] <AC`97> mrpaladin: kernel.
[20:46] <codemagician> TheSeven: looks like a chinese copy to me
[20:47] <TheSeven> codemagician: better CPU, more RAM, ethernet MAC in the SoC instead of USB, SATA (not a USB adapter, native SATA in the SoC), no internal USB hub but two native ports instead, USB OTG for the "power" connector, real analog audio in/out, power button, ...
[20:47] <TheSeven> also has VGA output on the expansion headers
[20:47] <TheSeven> oh, and 4GB of fast onboard NAND flash
[20:47] <TheSeven> no need for rootfs on a sluggish SD card
[20:48] <AC`97> i prefer not having any storage onboard though
[20:48] <AC`97> more reliable
[20:48] <codemagician> more educational to have an SD in my opinion
[20:49] <codemagician> whatever is built today is going to be slow tomorrow
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[20:49] <mrpaladin> Anyone using USB ports for wifi Internet and mouse/ keyboard app?
[20:52] <TheSeven> codemagician: it's still a lot faster than any SD card
[20:52] <TheSeven> the lack of onboard flash on e.g. the pandaboard is really annoying
[20:52] <TheSeven> and if you don't want to you don't have to use it
[20:53] <TheSeven> you can boot off SD as well
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[20:55] <Gadgetoid> Any Pythoneers on?
[20:55] <codemagician> TheSeven: I agree it's faster and has more RAM, but this really doesn't make a great deal of difference to the purpose of educating young people to program and learn about hardware
[20:55] <jelly1> Gadgetoid: enough
[20:55] <Gadgetoid> Updated my private fork of WiringPi Python with a test including the latest WiringPi and waitForInterrupt functionality: https://github.com/Gadgetoid/WiringPi-Python
[20:55] <Gadgetoid> Will merge it into the main repo if it passes muster
[20:56] <biberao> jelly1: you got a mim?=
[20:56] <TheSeven> codemagician: I don't really see how a pi is beneficial to that either
[20:56] <jelly1> biberao: for wut
[20:57] <codemagician> TheSeven: because it gets the backing from the number one university in the world?
[20:57] <TheSeven> what do they use it for?
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[20:57] <codemagician> capturing the hearts and minds of young impressionable kids
[20:58] <TheSeven> for young children any PC will do, and if you really want to dive into hardware you need something that's more open and documented than the pi
[20:58] <codemagician> kids in developing countries don't have money for PC's
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[20:59] <TheSeven> but they have money for screens that cost a lot more than the pi? or how do they want to operate one?
[20:59] <codemagician> I can see you've never travelled before
[20:59] <codemagician> lol
[20:59] <gordonDrogon> Gadgetoid, good luck :)
[21:00] <TheSeven> I must admit that I haven't been in these regions of the world
[21:00] <Gadgetoid> gordonDrogon: Thanks!
[21:00] <biberao> gordonDrogon: please a moment?
[21:00] <TheSeven> so what you're saying is that it's really supposed to replace full PCs?
[21:00] <Gadgetoid> Wish I understood the underlying C code :D
[21:00] <biberao> gordon completely ignored me
[21:00] <biberao> im a pain in the butt :X
[21:00] <Gadgetoid> gordonDrogon: are you seeing biberao?
[21:01] <codemagician> it's an affordable device that will plug into a CRT TV and allow a poor kid to learn
[21:01] <biberao> Gadgetoid: he ignored me :P
[21:01] <TheSeven> hm... right, forgot about the composite output
[21:01] <TheSeven> I was just seeing the lack of VGA :)
[21:01] <biberao> im going to do that with my pie
[21:01] <biberao> -e
[21:01] <biberao> i have a cheap crt tv
[21:02] <biberao> hows the image in a crt tv?
[21:02] <codemagician> whilst he may not be able to get inside the circuity of the close BCM, he can still learn by way of experimentation using the IO
[21:02] <TheSeven> IMO an arduino is more suitable for that
[21:02] <TheSeven> or an STM32DISCOVERY
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[21:02] <TheSeven> or anything like that
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[21:02] <codemagician> you're very hardware focused
[21:02] <TheSeven> well I see how much of a PITA undocumented hardware is
[21:03] <codemagician> the success of a project like this isn't just about how fast the chip runs
[21:03] <codemagician> I think community is important, documentation and evangelism
[21:04] <TheSeven> well, for the goals that you're describing the pi is certainly suited better than the cubie, and I don't think the cubie even tries to enter that kind of market
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[21:04] <TheSeven> it serves a whole different purpose
[21:04] <TheSeven> however you asked about RAM limits originally, and if that kind of hardware stuff is important then the cubie is the better board
[21:05] <codemagician> just trying to deepen my understanding of the hardware as I'm a software guy
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[21:05] <Vegar> I can't get any sound from omxplayer
[21:05] <Vegar> using the -o hdmi switch
[21:05] <codemagician> When I grew up I had 16-32K to play with
[21:05] <codemagician> or 1K on my first computer
[21:06] <codemagician> lol
[21:06] <rikkib> The STM32V + RPi or Cubie
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[21:07] <biberao> well dinner time
[21:07] <biberao> byebye
[21:07] * rikkib is working through the learning curve to connect STM32V and RPi via spi
[21:07] <[M]ax> there are lots of things i want my pi to do when i get it
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[21:10] <mumbles> [M]ax: as long as you dont kill it like i did
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[21:11] <[M]ax> gentoo + ldap + nginx + php + xdebug + samba minidnla server
[21:11] <rikkib> mumbles, How, may I ask?
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[21:13] <codemagician> Gadgetoid: you have tab space in your python code
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[21:13] <Gadgetoid> codemagician: I think vim tried to tell me about that with a big, red rectangle
[21:13] <codemagician> Gadgetoid: this will cause you problems in git
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[21:13] <[M]ax> maybe a bit of java+solr action :P
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[21:14] <Opinie> anyone around, who has moved part of their filesystem to USB?
[21:14] <codemagician> Gadgetoid: Give this a read also http://www.python.org/dev/peps/pep-0008/
[21:16] <codemagician> Gadgetoid: is this the work of two people?
[21:17] <Gadgetoid> codemagician: the WiringPi C code is by Gordon, most of the wrapping code is auto-generated by SWIG ( *ducks* ) and the Python class stuff is bolted on by me to try and make sense of it all
[21:17] <Gadgetoid> But since my experience with Python pretty much involves just doing this wrapper, it probably leaves a little to be desired
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[21:18] <codemagician> Gadgetoid: put a single blank line between your class functions
[21:18] <Grix> Hi, I have a quick question that I was hoping you guys would be able to help with: Is the rpi model A powerful enough (electrical power) to run a webcam, arduino and wifi-dongle off it's one USB port?
[21:18] <AC`97> NO
[21:18] <AC`97> if you plug in a hub, you'll need external power for that hub
[21:18] <codemagician> Gadgetoid: and a space after the comma separating parameters. This will make it much easier to read
[21:19] <Grix> hm, ok thanks
[21:19] <codemagician> Gadgetoid: instead of self.MODE=pinmode write it self.MODE = pinmode
[21:19] <b-pub> Are there any kernel modules, or user-space libs that provide PWM output on ras.pi?
[21:19] <Gadgetoid> codemagician: thanks, shall do!
[21:19] <AC`97> b-pub: wiringpi's gpio tool can set pwm
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[21:20] <codemagician> Gadgetoid: class names always start with Capital too :)
[21:21] <Gadgetoid> Doh, case sensitive presumably? that could cause some interesting codefails
[21:21] <codemagician> Gadgetoid: are you a maths guy, or scientist by chance?
[21:21] <dbeest> Can you boot from USB on raspberrypi? I see using an SD card all the time, wondering if this means you have to use sd cards?
[21:21] <b-pub> AC`97: thanks. Can you specify PWM frequency as well as duty cycle?
[21:21] <codemagician> Gadgetoid: just a case convention that is consider "Pythonic"
[21:21] <Gadgetoid> codemagician: mostly a programmer, but I dabble in anything that doesn't run away fast enough
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[21:21] <AC`97> b-pub: frequency, nope. duty cycle, yes.
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[21:22] <codemagician> Gadgetoid: the exception to the above space rule is def __init__(self,pin_id,pin_mode = OUTPUT): should be def __init__(self, pin_id, pin_mode=OUTPUT):
[21:23] <b-pub> AC`97: Ah. I'll look around, I just got the r-pi the other day. I'll probably use an arduino for servo driving, and talk to it over I2C or serial. I'll take a look at the lib you mentioned. Thanks again.
[21:24] <AC`97> b-pub: there's only one pin that can do hardware pwm... for driving a servo, i think you'd want to use external hardware :P
[21:24] * AC`97 is electronics illiterate
[21:25] <codemagician> It would be good if everyone doing python followed the PEP8 style guide http://www.python.org/dev/peps/pep-0008/
[21:25] <Grix> Does anyone know if this hub will work with the pi?
[21:25] <Grix> http://www.ebay.com/itm/New-4-Port-USB-2-0-High-Speed-HUB-AC-Power-cable-Green-White-/350580337979?pt=US_USB_Cables_Hubs_Adapters&hash=item51a0376d3b
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[21:26] <Gadgetoid> given that style is baked into the syntax of python, I'm surprised it's not more pervasive
[21:27] <TheSeven> "7.Super Speed 480Mbps USB2.0 is compatible with USB 1.1 60Mbps." aha...
[21:27] <AC`97> ^ hah
[21:28] <TheSeven> and have fun getting that shipped from china...
[21:28] <TheSeven> apart from that I'd guess it should work
[21:31] <codemagician> Gadgetoid: I can have a look through it tomorrow if you like.
[21:32] <Gadgetoid> codemagician: that'd be handy, although a majority of the Python code is generated by SWIG, it could probably be thrown away in favour of something nicer
[21:33] <Gadgetoid> Har, I've broken something! "unindent does not match any outer indentation level"
[21:33] <codemagician> Gadgetoid: not sure if you're editor needs a tweak because for me the lines are all staggered. Could use a few more comments
[21:34] <Gadgetoid> codemagician: using vim over ssh, as I do all dev directly on the Pi, haven't got show whitespace on so I didn't realise I had a crazy mix of tabs and spaces
[21:35] <Gadgetoid> Thank god for esoteric vim indentation shortcuts
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[21:36] <codemagician> Gadgetoid: I could think of a few other improvements to the coding if you're interested let me know
[21:37] <Gadgetoid> codemagician: certainly, always looking to improve!
[21:37] <codemagician> Gadgetoid: the exit codes for the c code are all 1
[21:37] <codemagician> it would be better if you documented different exit fail codes so any calling POSIX scripts can determine the error programmically
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[21:38] <codemagician> the code is written to assume a human will run it from the command line, but it might be another bash script or thread from another processes
[21:38] <codemagician> *threaded from
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[21:40] <codemagician> Gadgetoid: create a separate file for exit code constants and then the exit code will self document, then use the constant names to return LCD1_FAILED;
[21:42] <Gadgetoid> codemagician: this in the C code? I'd have to poke gordon to include the changes
[21:42] <Grix> Is the model A discontinued? I can't find it for sale at either rs components or farnell.
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[21:42] <TheSeven> IIUC that has never been built (yet)
[21:43] <aykut> Hi all !7
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[21:43] <Grix> oh
[21:44] <TheSeven> it's basically the model B without the USB chip and with half the amount of RAM
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[21:45] <codemagician> Gadgetoid: got to sleep now. chat soon
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[21:53] <biberao> back
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[22:16] <rymate1234> this looks exciting https://github.com/Factoid/xf86-video-rpi
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[22:49] <G[3z]> has anyone experienced a case where ethernet get so slow it's still and you have to re-plug the cable to make in work ?
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[23:03] <Armand> Hey, guys.. and possible gals.
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[23:25] <tradej> hi there, guys. i just got my pi and i'm wondering - if i don't really want to lug a powered usb hub around (i just need a kb and a webcam), will a 2A power supply provide enough juice to power the keyboard and the webcam? anyone tried, please?
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[23:28] <SpeedEvil> yes
[23:28] <SpeedEvil> however, you would need to bypass the fuses
[23:28] <tradej> oh
[23:29] <tradej> right now, i don't really feel like altering the hardware, but thanks anyway :)
[23:30] <SpeedEvil> or modify the cabling
[23:30] <tradej> what kind of modifying do you have in mind?
[23:31] <SpeedEvil> wire all the v+ together
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[23:32] <tradej> i'm sorry, i don't really follow, what's v+?
[23:33] <plugwash> anyone here in japan?
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[23:34] <agrif> hello! I've been trying to use an NFS root on my raspberry pi and was wondering if anyone in here could help me, or point me in a helpful direction
[23:34] <nid0> what trouble are you having
[23:34] <agrif> the kernel is getting an IP address via DHCP just fine, and I can ping it, but the NFS root isn't mounting
[23:34] <nid0> nfs root is just copying the rootfs to the nds share and editing cmdline.txt
[23:35] <agrif> I can boot from a local root and mount that NFS export then
[23:35] <nid0> have you set the rootfs type and path correctly?
[23:35] <agrif> but for some reason it refuses to mount during boot
[23:35] <agrif> do I need to set the rootfs type? I thought nfsroot= and root=/dev/nfs implied that
[23:35] <agrif> here, lemme grab my cmdline.txt
[23:36] <nid0> you need to set rootfstype=nfs
[23:36] <agrif> cmdline.txt: root=/dev/nfs rw nfsroot=192.168.1.1:/exports/rpi,vers=3,nolock ip=dhcp
[23:36] <agrif> oh?
[23:36] <agrif> I haven't seen that in any of the various nfs root tutorials, including nfsroot.txt in the kernel source
[23:36] <agrif> but I'll try it
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[23:40] <unreal-dude> so, trying to figure out how to change the keyboard layout within the desktop... the config tool only changed the terminal layout and no other visible tools are visible to change this
[23:41] <Armand> Does anyone know of a good guide to setting up Drupal on Pi, with lighttpd and SQlite ?
[23:43] <shiftplusone> Armand, doesn't need to be pi-specific, but just search for any guide that matched the distro you are using.
[23:43] <Armand> Ok, thanks.
[23:43] <Armand> It's Raspbian, btw.
[23:44] <shiftplusone> then any debian guide should be fine
[23:48] <Armand> Coolies
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[23:53] <RudeViper> is there any way to make the pi auto sense HDMI and composite with RaspBMC and have display accordingly? Or do I have reinstall each time?
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