#raspberrypi IRC Log

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IRC Log for 2012-11-26

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[0:50] <jvilla> hi guys
[0:51] <IT_Sean> ahoy
[0:52] <jvilla> i am kinda stuck on my wifi usb stick with the latest build
[0:52] <jvilla> would it be ok and maybe see if you guys can help me out a bit?
[0:52] <jvilla> network manager does not seem to be sticking the wifi settings
[0:53] <jvilla> i did apt-get install wireless-tools usbutils firmware-ralink
[0:53] <jvilla> and i would like to know where the file is to configure the wifi settings manually
[0:54] <jvilla> this is in raspbmc btw
[0:55] <jvilla> should i go ask in #raspbmc?
[0:55] <linuxstb> IIUC, raspbmc is just raspbian, which is just Debian. So I would google for help on doing what you want in Debian.
[0:56] <jvilla> ok
[0:56] <jvilla> thanks
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[1:09] <Disconnect> any hardware guys around? trying to figure out what would cause it to go fully off (single red light) after running less than 5 minutes, regardless of OS, peripherals/lack thereof, etc..
[1:10] <Disconnect> checked the basics with a cheap multimeter, voltages are ok and the polyfuse is steady at .4ohms
[1:10] <Disconnect> beyond that i'm just lost. the same setup works fine on the other pi.
[1:11] <Disconnect> (works really fine, actually. been up for over 2 days no problem)
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[1:14] <ShiftPlusOne> Figuring that out without being there yourself is a bit difficult.
[1:14] * Disconnect doesn't want to have to deal with mcm exchanging it if it can be fixed by unskilled labor
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[1:14] <Disconnect> fair enough. i just don't know what else to test at this point.
[1:15] <Tachyon`> if the other pi works you've probably just got a lemon
[1:15] <Tachyon`> send it back
[1:15] <Disconnect> yah
[1:15] <Disconnect> btw ltns :)
[1:15] <Disconnect> its an excuse to return the sd cards and crappy 'pi plate' case too i guess.
[1:17] * Disconnect already has another pi otw at least
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[1:29] <bonks> I have a 16GB PNY micro sd in my 512MB raspberry pi, but I only see 1.8GB total disk space. How do I get the full 16GB?
[1:29] <ShiftPlusOne> http://elinux.org/RPi_Easy_SD_Card_Setup
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[1:30] <Disconnect> use fdisk to fix the partitions. or there is a tool to do it magically
[1:30] <Disconnect> fdisk -will- lose the data, so you probably want the tool :)
[1:31] <bonks> Hmm I used the raspbian image and followed the directions on http://www.raspberrypi.org/downloads
[1:31] <Disconnect> raspbi-config can do it (rpi-config? something like that. my raspbian pi died :/ so ..)
[1:32] <bonks> Ah expand_rootfs? Rebooting now
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[1:34] <bonks> rootfs 15G 1.4G 13G 10% /
[1:34] <bonks> sweet! that was so simple
[1:34] <bonks> thank you
[1:34] <Disconnect> its well written :) and the underlying tools are pretty mature these days
[1:35] <bonks> I don't remember seeing the raspbi-config tool on the rasbian image I used on my 256 board
[1:36] <ShiftPlusOne> it's relatively recent.
[1:36] <akk> You don't get prompted the first time you log in to configure stuff?
[1:36] <akk> That config program (that it suggests you run) includes an option to expand the partition, I'm pretty sure.
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[1:37] <bonks> I did but I didn't know what those other things were so I ignored them
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[1:37] <bonks> It did*
[1:37] <akk> Then you have the program, and you can run it again.
[1:37] <akk> Try something like rpi<tab><tab> or rasp<tab><tab> and you'll probably find it.
[1:37] <bonks> Yup just did. I'm going to try setting my gpu memory to 16 since it will be headless
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[1:40] <Disconnect> iirc when i was setting it up last week it ran on the console only, then set the flag so it wasn't run on login after it timed out (even if it was never seen by a user)
[1:41] <Disconnect> reasonable(ish) behavior but it'd be nice if it added something to motd in that (timeout/not-run) case
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[1:42] <mparadise> So I'm thinking of using my RPi to make a music player for my toddler, with an integrated speaker, nice kid-friendly buttons to play predetermined songs - probably one song per button, possibly switching music sets with some kind of slider.
[1:42] <mparadise> Two questions related to this: I'm new to working with electronics/hardware, and am not sure if the RPi is a good fit for this?
[1:43] <mparadise> And second - is it reasonable starter project for someone with no experience? (Software/programming I can do, even at low level - but it's been 20 years since I picked up a soldering iron)
[1:44] <akk> I haven't done much with audio yet, but I would think it sounds like an excellent starter project using a pi.
[1:44] <Disconnect> seems pretty easy from here. the gpio is pretty accessible on arm so you can wire the switches up there (with debouncing in software) and the rest is just mp3 playing, something linux is good at
[1:44] <plugwash> mparadise, the hardware side should be pretty trivial with a Pi
[1:44] <plugwash> the question you will have to ask yourself is does the Pis audio meet your needs in terms of quality and reliability, i'd test that before starting on the hardware side of the project
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[1:45] <plugwash> (I haven't been following audio too closely myself)
[1:45] * Disconnect hasn't looked to see how many gpio pins are available - multiplexing would be annoying but still fairly simple - but tht should be ok.
[1:45] <akk> I don't think toddlers are very picky about sound quality. :)
[1:45] <Disconnect> heh
[1:45] <mparadise> Alright, thanks folks. I'll start digging further, just wanted to make sure I wasn't bitting off more than I could reasonably chew.
[1:46] <Disconnect> the hard part would be making it awesome - set up a battery pack built-in and a charger connecting through pads on the case :)
[1:46] <Disconnect> and toddlerproofing it. which afaict requires embedding it in 8" of concrete
[1:46] <akk> Adafruit has a battery pack that would work well for that, but it's kinda expensive as batteries go.
[1:46] <mparadise> There is that
[1:47] <akk> And yeah, the toddlerproofing may be the hard part.
[1:49] <DooMMasteR> building a mini bordcomputer for Scooters/Bikes http://uschok.de/~doommaster/BC-idee.svg
[1:49] <SpeedEvil> Disconnect: toddlers can be effectively immobilised with just an inch or so over the feet.
[1:49] <Disconnect> or face
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[3:12] <Tachyon`> the pi can't have spread too far from the UK if everyone is asleep -.-
[3:13] <SpeedEvil> I'm not
[3:14] <Tachyon`> 358 people though, not exactly a hive of activity, lol
[3:14] * Vye is lurking
[3:15] <Tachyon`> ah, there is some activity then
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[3:16] <Vye> Just found raspberrypi a few days ago, reading through the forums. I think need to get myself one.
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[3:16] * CelticTurnip lurks too
[3:16] <CelticTurnip> well actually I'm installing Solaris on a Sun box, so I'm kind of working :P
[3:16] <Gr33n3gg> Vye: get one. I was going to get an arduino but I won a raspberry pi instead
[3:20] <Tachyon`> ah, slowaris, rather you than me
[3:20] <Tachyon`> I have only a choice of solaris or netbsd on my sparc -.-
[3:20] <Vye> Gr33n3gg: The price is right. :)
[3:20] <Tachyon`> due to curious hardware
[3:20] <Gr33n3gg> solaris isn't that bad, as much as some people make it out to be
[3:20] <Tachyon`> well, perhaps not anymore
[3:21] <Tachyon`> it was still called SunOS last tiem I used it
[3:21] <Tachyon`> my voyager is much happier with netbsd though
[3:24] * CelticTurnip yawns while watching the slowest installer ever
[3:24] <CelticTurnip> \o/
[3:28] * Tachyon` blinks
[3:28] <Tachyon`> I rest my case!
[3:32] <Gr33n3gg> 'slowlaris'
[3:32] <rikkib> Ordered 5:30pm Thursday. Arrived 3:30pm Monday... Well done Element 14. I now one 512 board to go with my two 256 boards.
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[3:42] <Gr33n3gg> gahhh, I'm still having problems reading this NES controller
[3:43] <Gr33n3gg> trying to port the wiringpi NES example to python, but it's not working
[3:43] <Gr33n3gg> even after I compiled the NES example in wiringpi, it couldn't read the controller
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[3:50] <Gr33n3gg> I just keep getting inconsistent data
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[3:52] <rikkib> Finished my usb break out box... Live. http://www.bencom.co.nz:8081/
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[3:58] <SpeedEvil> Gr33n3gg: try removing the emotion chip.
[3:59] <rikkib> Now I can test usb current for the RPi & a usb port (camera's/hubs etc.)
[3:59] <Gr33n3gg> hmm, I have not tried that yet
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[4:01] <rikkib> Just jumper to the port you want with the banana plugs or plug a amp meter
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[4:07] <DooMMasteR> hmm nice??? 10 bottles of Lipovitan-D for 8??? :P
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[4:24] <GabrialDestruir> Curious has anyone tried using http://tinyurl.com/cw7bmoh this OTG/Power Cable for use with the Raspberry Pi and the Motorola Laptop dock?
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[4:26] <warddr> Hello all, does anyone know how I can assign more than 240MB RAM to the cpu in Arch Linux?
[4:28] <rikkib> Hmm camera filled up my 8GB SD Card
[4:29] <ShiftPlusOne> GabrialDestruir: Might be worth a shot. Looks promising.
[4:29] <ShiftPlusOne> Though I think the female microusb part might be power only and useless.
[4:29] <ShiftPlusOne> Can't really tell though.
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[4:32] <GabrialDestruir> Well apparently they've been used successfully to charge devices like the Nexus 7, while operating in host mode, I'd give it a try, but what I'm wondering is if there's any sort of voltage on the regular USB could that damage the Pi if plugged in to the USB port using a female to male adapter
[4:33] <GabrialDestruir> Er, Male to Male adapter
[4:35] <GabrialDestruir> Something like this http://www.meritline.com/male-usb-to-male-usb-adapter---p-30329.aspx, plugged into the Pi, to give access to the laptop dock's USB hub
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[4:36] <ShiftPlusOne> It shouldn't damage it but I don't think it will work since the part that would attach to the lapdock looks like it's power only.
[4:36] <ShiftPlusOne> (it's thinner, so I am guessing it doesn't have the data lines)
[4:36] <thogue> warddr: I dontknow arch but I assume rpi firmware is the same across all distros currently. unless there is an older version. do you have the standard text files in /boot/ ?
[4:36] <GabrialDestruir> Ah yea that could be a major issue if it was.
[4:37] <warddr> thogue: yes, but the most in /boot is 240
[4:37] <warddr> and I've got the 512MB version
[4:37] <thogue> do you know if there its a hardfp kernel or not ?
[4:38] <ShiftPlusOne> thogue: there's no such thing as a hard fp kernel.
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[4:38] <ShiftPlusOne> The kernel doesn't use floating point.
[4:38] <warddr> no idea what that is
[4:39] <ShiftPlusOne> I read recently that there's something you need to do to make sure it sees 512mb
[4:39] <ShiftPlusOne> Now I just need to remember where I read it or what it said....
[4:39] <thogue> yes, its a firmware thing.
[4:39] <ShiftPlusOne> Probably something config.txt
[4:39] <thogue> I assumed the kernels for hardfp and softflt were different, I assume they have to be, if at least just compiled differently
[4:39] <GabrialDestruir> I suppose I could always grab on and test it, if all else fails I have to make my own cord and I can use that with my nexus 7
[4:39] <thogue> config.txt specifies the firmware, the new firmware is dynamic
[4:40] <GabrialDestruir> one*
[4:40] <warddr> I googled what you just said, looks like I just have to update and reboot
[4:40] <thogue> warddr: have you tried install rpi-update and running a firmware update?
[4:41] <warddr> I'm updating at the moment, but it's half way now, and it has already been 30 minutes
[4:41] <thogue> possibly you will get the new firmware, which in case you can specify how much ram in the config.txt and you dont need to worry about having the specific file per split since its now dynamic
[4:41] <ShiftPlusOne> warddr: do you have fixup.dat in your /boot?
[4:41] <thogue> that seems long a long time, is it downloing ?
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[4:42] <ShiftPlusOne> and yes, do run pacman -Syu
[4:42] <warddr> thogue: downloading has finished, 100 updates on a very slow computer
[4:42] <warddr> oh, it's done now
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[4:43] <warddr> let's reboot and see
[4:43] <thogue> oh apt-get update, i was refering to hexxa's rpi-update, which is the firmware updater for testing etc.
[4:43] <thogue> excuse me hexxeh***
[4:43] <ShiftPlusOne> that script is debian/raspbian only
[4:43] <warddr> pacman -Syu in arch linux case
[4:43] <warddr> (for updating)
[4:43] <ShiftPlusOne> sorry
[4:43] <ShiftPlusOne> I thought you said raspi-config
[4:44] <ShiftPlusOne> too many scripts for the lazy people >=/
[4:44] <DMackey> Quake3 keeps crashing on me. :(
[4:44] <thogue> https://github.com/Hexxeh/rpi-update/
[4:44] <ShiftPlusOne> DMackey: any errors?
[4:44] <warddr> appearantly all I needed to do was install updates
[4:44] <ShiftPlusOne> thogue: that script is useless, arch is very up to date.
[4:45] <DMackey> Nope, Just when I start moving in the first screen, it REBOOTS the RPi
[4:45] <DMackey> 512mb model
[4:45] <warddr> now I can use 436MB ram
[4:45] <ShiftPlusOne> DMackey: really? No power issues or anything?
[4:45] <DMackey> OCed to 900mhz thru the raspi-config program also
[4:45] <ShiftPlusOne> no idea
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[4:45] <DMackey> I am using a 12 volt 1.2 amp PSU thru a usb car adapter
[4:46] <thogue> ShiftPlusOne: well its obvious not being up to date is an issue. either way, that will update to the lateast experimental firmware, which has its ups and downs. but in my experience, Dom never keeps a bad commit for very long, if there is no fix they rollback pretty quickly.
[4:46] <DMackey> the source compiled fine and everything.
[4:46] <DMackey> apt-get update
[4:46] <DMackey> apt-get upgrade
[4:47] <DMackey> apt-get dist-upgrade
[4:47] <ShiftPlusOne> thogue: pretty sure arch updates their firmware pretty much as soon as it changes on github.
[4:48] <ShiftPlusOne> DMackey: sounds like a pi issue, not a quake issue. Did you check the voltages between tp1 and tp2?
[4:48] <thogue> interesting, I feel like thats cost some developers some users, less experienced users not understanding why something isnt working if they catch it at a bad time. But then again, I can think very few times when there have been issues.
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[4:49] <ShiftPlusOne> thogue: It's just conjecture on my behalf, maybe I am wrong. I just haven't had the need to use the script.
[4:49] <ShiftPlusOne> But yes, beginners are generally referred straight to raspbian, not arch.
[4:49] <GabrialDestruir> Hmm... if I took a Y adapter like http://www.amazon.co.uk/StarTech-feet-Cable-External-Drive/dp/B003HHK58U/ref=pd_sim_computers_4 and used all the right adapters plugging the side that'd normally go to the external adapter into the Laptop dock, the power only cord into the Pi power and the USB into the Pi could that work? Or are USB cords somehow one way?
[4:49] <DMackey> What should the voltage be? I can check it.
[4:50] <ShiftPlusOne> DMackey: close to 5v.
[4:50] <ackthet> man my raspberry pi just took a huge poop
[4:50] <DMackey> got ya, tnx for the heads up will check that.
[4:50] <thogue> Well, you make a good point, I dont know arch linux really at all, I Just know his firmware was surely old ;) I dont see a big need for the script, but I usually follow the pushes as things like audio improvements always interest me.
[4:51] <thogue> Sometimes they push things that they are not sure are going to work :P
[4:51] <ackthet> this arm compiler is a peice of shit
[4:51] <ShiftPlusOne> ackthet: ey!
[4:51] * ShiftPlusOne points to topic.
[4:51] <ackthet> iknorite?
[4:51] <ackthet> why cant we swear?
[4:52] <ShiftPlusOne> thogue: the image is a bit out of date, so it sounds like he just didn't update when he booted.
[4:52] <ackthet> its not like anybody on IRC hasnt seen it before
[4:52] <ShiftPlusOne> ackthet: you can, just not here =p
[4:52] <CelticTurnip> ackthet: a gentleman never swears... you should know this!
[4:52] <ackthet> did you hilite all swear words?
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[4:52] <ShiftPlusOne> ackthet: no, that would be annoying for other channels
[4:53] <ackthet> ShiftPlusOne: asplain
[4:53] <ackthet> also is poop a swear?
[4:53] <ShiftPlusOne> I haven't been called an asplain before O_o
[4:53] <ackthet> i swear i asked my mom that like 20 years ago
[4:53] <ackthet> its not a swear
[4:53] <ackthet> its slang for explain
[4:53] <ShiftPlusOne> I know
[4:53] <DMackey> 5.25 volts between TP1 and TP2
[4:54] <ShiftPlusOne> DMackey: a bit high, but should be fine, I think.
[4:54] <ackthet> "mommy, is poop a swear?"
[4:54] <ShiftPlusOne> ackthet: I don't know what the verdict on poop is yet. We haven't established a precedent on that one yet.
[4:54] <thogue> woah 5.25 ?
[4:54] <DMackey> lol I'm sure we will at some point here
[4:54] <ackthet> what about deuce
[4:54] <thogue> whats the voltage in front of your poly ?
[4:55] <CelticTurnip> ackthet: I just set up Solaris on an old Sun Blade it runs like poop :)
[4:55] <DMackey> I cracked my dank case getting it apart. :(
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[4:55] <ackthet> CelticTurnip: did you take a deuce on it?
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[4:55] <thogue> DMackey: if it makes you feel better, I broke an rpi by breaking the sdcard slot trying to pull a gpio connecter out of a pibow
[4:55] <CelticTurnip> ackthet: I'm still waiting for the terminal to open, can't really do anything with it yet :P
[4:55] <Gr33n3gg> oh god, I finally got it
[4:55] <ackthet> DMackey: i guess its not dank, i guess its a poopy case
[4:56] <Gr33n3gg> I can finally read my nes controller
[4:56] <GabrialDestruir> Oh now I'm going to have to by a splitter and a laptop dock and adapters just to test my theory >.<
[4:56] <GabrialDestruir> buy*
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[5:01] <DMackey> I'm showing 5.27 volts at the poly fuse, F3
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[5:05] <thogue> DMackey: in front or behind ?
[5:05] <ShiftPlusOne> Depends on the reference frame I guess.
[5:05] <DMackey> 5.28 on one side, 5.27 on the other
[5:05] <thogue> DMackey: on the rpi forums I was told that any supply that is capable if doing 5.25 is a no no, but, you dont have a power loss issue unless that supply is has really strange issue and drops that far under load
[5:06] <DMackey> I really wish they had used a barrel connector on it
[5:06] <DMackey> I'm using a 12 volt 1.2 amp Wallwart
[5:06] <ShiftPlusOne> 12V.....?
[5:06] <DMackey> thru a USB car adapter.
[5:06] <DMackey> :)
[5:06] <ShiftPlusOne> ah
[5:06] <ShiftPlusOne> that's... horrible.
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[5:07] <thogue> DMackey: this is about q3 crashing right? whats your mem split ? do you have probs that you possibly can check the voltage under the load ?
[5:07] <DMackey> I guess I could make a 7805 regulator circuit
[5:07] <ShiftPlusOne> There's a guy here who replaces the microusb port of his pis with barrel jacks, so maybe that's something you could do if you really wanted to.
[5:07] <DMackey> I have the GPU mem at 192mb
[5:07] <thogue> yea.... sounds like it could be bad news depending on the quality of the parts
[5:07] <ShiftPlusOne> DMackey: you don't have an apple/samsung/htc phone charger anywhere?
[5:07] <DMackey> What ever the MAX was, I read it on that wiki site today
[5:08] <DMackey> Found the link in the config.txt file in the boot Directory
[5:15] <Tachyon`> ShiftPlusOne: , how would an apple charger help? they use stupid connectors
[5:15] * Tachyon` glares at his ipod touch
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[5:16] <ShiftPlusOne> Tachyon`: I was thinking of the ones with just a USB port of them.
[5:16] <ShiftPlusOne> *on
[5:16] <Tachyon`> too many people were able to use the stupid connector though so they've changed it to a different stupid connector on the new iteration
[5:16] <Tachyon`> thus rendiering all docks and cables useless
[5:16] <Tachyon`> ah right, not seen those ones
[5:17] <Tachyon`> the new one isn't USB mind, it's a smaller non-standard connector, although as I understand it the EU have required them to include an adapter for USB charging
[5:17] <ShiftPlusOne> Yeah I was going to bring that up
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[5:17] <ShiftPlusOne> I thought they would've just gone for microUSB already =/
[5:18] <Tachyon`> of course not, people might be able to use kit not blessed by apple then
[5:18] <Tachyon`> my new phone has USB, as have the last couple before it
[5:18] <ShiftPlusOne> You're not exactly required to buy apple products
[5:19] <Gr33n3gg> ^
[5:19] <Tachyon`> well, the failure to select a standard port means you kinda are
[5:19] <ShiftPlusOne> .... >_<
[5:19] <DMackey> I refuse to buy anything Apple myself.
[5:19] <Tachyon`> well, I was given the ipod with a smashed screen
[5:19] <Tachyon`> so spent the small amount fixing it
[5:20] <Tachyon`> I certainly wouldn't pay new prices for anything apple
[5:20] <Tachyon`> also, their SDK makes it clear they hate developers
[5:20] <akk> I kind of get the impression apple users *like* buying all the special accessories, that aren't the boring old standard things.
[5:20] <DMackey> I had an iPod classic 20gb, same thing, smashed screen so for the $16 I fied it, used it for about 2 years till it died.
[5:20] <DMackey> fixed it that is
[5:21] <Tachyon`> yeah, cost me ??15 to do this one, ??9 for the replacement touchscreen, ??6 for the replacement LCD after I cracked the original trying to get the old touchscreen out -.-
[5:21] <ShiftPlusOne> nice
[5:21] <Tachyon`> http://www.pokenet.co.uk/misc/images.hardware.new/phones.jpg <- ipod, new phone, old phone, looks okay now other than the dust
[5:22] <ackthet> CelticTurnip: have you ever been here? its in your neighborhood http://www.cookislandsurf.co.ck/
[5:22] <CelticTurnip> Cook Islands?
[5:22] <CelticTurnip> nah I'm from New Zealand but live in Australia
[5:22] <CelticTurnip> know a few dudes from .co.ck though
[5:22] * Tachyon` blinks
[5:22] <CelticTurnip> work with 1, he's a classic calls me bro all the time
[5:22] <Tachyon`> .co.ck? seriously?
[5:23] <CelticTurnip> Cook Islands
[5:23] <CelticTurnip> http://google.co.ck/ if you want to learn more I guess
[5:23] <ackthet> http://google.co.ck
[5:23] <Tachyon`> you'd think they'd have gone for the alternatie .com.ck or something
[5:23] <ShiftPlusOne> ... and I can't even ban you for it =(
[5:23] <ackthet> CelticTurnip: my.co.ck doest exist
[5:23] <ackthet> why doest it exist?
[5:23] <ackthet> it should be a site all about the cook islands
[5:24] <CelticTurnip> you'll need to register it
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[5:24] <ackthet> aspensive
[5:24] <ShiftPlusOne> "domain name too short" =/
[5:25] <ackthet> hehe .co.ck was too short
[5:25] <ShiftPlusOne> I see what they did there =(
[5:26] <Tachyon`> oh dear, what have I started
[5:26] <ackthet> you didnt start it
[5:27] <CelticTurnip> I believe it was the guys from .co.ck land
[5:27] <CelticTurnip> I say we invade!
[5:27] <ackthet> my moms friends are in .co.ck land right now
[5:27] <ackthet> i shit you not
[5:27] <ackthet> saling around
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[5:30] <Gr33n3gg> I finally am able to read my NES controller, but it's just too slow in python
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[5:37] <Gr33n3gg> oh, nevermind
[5:37] <Gr33n3gg> figured it out
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[5:38] <bonks> Is there a way to share a network connection from a debian box to my raspi via usb?
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[5:41] <phire> bonks, I'm going to go with no
[5:41] <ShiftPlusOne> Not in any trivial and cheap way anyway.
[5:41] <phire> Because usb device mode is inaccessible
[5:41] <bonks> Darn, I have a box across the house farthest from the router and it's wireless and I don't want to run a cabl;e :/
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[5:42] <phire> use a wifi adapter?
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[5:42] <CelticTurnip> bonks: wifi dongle, ethernet over power...
[5:42] <ShiftPlusOne> bonks: you can run the ethernet cable from your debian box to your pi.
[5:42] <CelticTurnip> I run my Pis using ethernet over power
[5:43] <phire> power over ethernet over power?
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[5:43] <phire> You can put a second network card in the debian box and bridge the connections
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[5:44] <ShiftPlusOne> phire: wouldn't it be simpler to just share the connection without bridging anything?
[5:44] <bonks> Which of those are the easiest with debian server? I'm not savvy with linux :x
[5:44] <phire> well with sharing you create 2 separate networks that are isolated from eachother
[5:45] <phire> bridging gets you one network
[5:45] * ShiftPlusOne hasn't had much luck with bridging.
[5:45] <ShiftPlusOne> I guess it depends on what you need.
[5:45] <phire> I managed to set it up once
[5:45] <hyperair> bridging is actually pretty simple.
[5:46] <hyperair> with brctl, i mean
[5:46] * hyperair hasn't actually tried setting up /etc/network/interfaces for it
[5:47] <hyperair> you just have to disable the network interfaces, brctl addbr br0, brctl addif br0 eth0, brctl addif eth1, and then use br0 as your ethernet connection.
[5:47] <bonks> Hmm I would need a crossover wouldn't I? To connect pi to box
[5:47] <ShiftPlusOne> I think it depends on the network card, but most likely not.
[5:47] <akk> You should, though I've heard some people say a non-crossover worked.
[5:48] <phire> most network cards auto crossover these days
[5:48] <bonks> Ok, this box is probably 7 years old though
[5:48] <phire> I think even the pi has autocrossover
[5:49] <bonks> Cool. so I connect them together with a cat5, while the desktop uses wifi to connect to my router, then where to go from here?
[5:50] <akk> bonks: I wrote a script to do it -- http://shallowsky.com/blog/hardware/crossover-cable-masquerading.html
[5:50] <ShiftPlusOne> bonks: you have a variety of options at that point. You can set it up yourself, or you can let NetworkManager do it for you.
[5:51] <bonks> Perfect, I see they have #nm too :)
[5:51] <bonks> Thank you
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[5:57] <CelticTurnip> home time, have fun all
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[5:58] <bonks> I just realized I don't have an extra power supply for my second pi
[5:58] <bonks> Can I use a powered usb hub?
[5:58] <Tachyon`> the pi is auto crossover
[5:58] <Tachyon`> it matters not what cable you use
[5:59] <n1ko> bonks: not many usb hubs supply over 500mAh
[5:59] <mdim> bonks: and you want 1A supply
[6:00] <n1ko> but... i have been using two usb hubs (belkin and dlink) like that and bought have worked just fine with overclocked rpi's
[6:00] <bonks> Hmmm I think my gf has some extra apple power supplies I can plug my microusb
[6:01] <n1ko> i'm not sure those will work because apple uses a different handshake for usb-devices
[6:01] <n1ko> meaning you might only get 500mAh there too
[6:01] <bonks> Found one, it says "10W USB Power adapter"
[6:01] <thogue> apple supply should work well as long as your poly is in good shape
[6:02] <bonks> output 5.1V 2.1A
[6:02] <n1ko> thogue: have you tested it?
[6:02] <thogue> the 10w psu is the i[ad charger
[6:02] <n1ko> i mean, it would be weird if apple would add the normal handshake protocal in addition to their own :)
[6:02] <thogue> yes ive tested several apple "iphone bricks"
[6:02] <n1ko> with a voltage meter?
[6:02] <bonks> Will this power adapter work? 5.1V 2.1A
[6:02] <thogue> I am pretty sure its on the wiki over verified periphs
[6:02] <n1ko> bonks: just test it, thats kinda what rpi's are for anyway =)
[6:03] <n1ko> if it works, it works. if it dont, it dont
[6:03] <bonks> If it don't I don't want it to fry! lol
[6:03] <bonks> Ok i'll try
[6:03] <thogue> well it has the potential to feed to much power if your pi attempts to draw it for some reason, just dont try to spin up any hdds or you could start to ware on your poly fuse
[6:03] <n1ko> nothing fries from too little juice
[6:03] <bonks> You said pi erquires 1A, this adapter outputs 2A
[6:04] <ShiftPlusOne> bonks: it 'can' output 2A maximum if the device it's attached to requires it. It doesn't mean it forces 2A into the device.
[6:04] <thogue> I run a pi on my desk right now on a 5v 2.5A. Just try to understand the difference between a 1 amp PSU and a 2amp psu on a device that is sensitive to anything over say (I honestly dont remembmer that exact number ) 1.2 amps
[6:06] <SpeedEvil> thogue: your desk can support 250kg
[6:06] <SpeedEvil> thogue: this does not mean you weigh 250kg if you sit on it
[6:07] <n1ko> samething as your desktop machine's psu might be rated for 800W but it doesn't mean it is using 800W :)
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[6:07] <ShiftPlusOne> SpeedEvil: I think thogue is the one who knows what's going on. But that's a good analogy.
[6:07] <bonks> Haha perfect. The ipad adapter worked
[6:07] <bonks> Man I love how micro usb is used by most of my devices
[6:14] <bonks> The guys in #nm are away, but maybe you guys can help me configure this bridge once network-manager finishes installing
[6:14] <ShiftPlusOne> bonks: You should google around first.
[6:15] <bonks> Alright
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[6:19] <ShiftPlusOne> bonks decide if you're going to bridge or just share, then decide which method you want to use and stick to it. People seem to ask that question, get a variety of different answers and then start trying everything at once, which doesn't work out too well.
[6:20] <n1ko> network-manager is horror
[6:20] <ShiftPlusOne> haven't had any problems with it in Mint.
[6:21] <bonks> I think that's GUI only
[6:21] <ShiftPlusOne> yes, exactly why I told you to google first. So you're running debian just for the command line, you're not running X11, right?
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[6:22] <bonks> Right
[6:22] <bonks> Looking at bridge-utils now
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[7:24] <cdan> good morning
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[7:38] <mgarces> morning
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[7:40] <Gr33n3gg> mgarces: mornin
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[7:56] <mgarces> just got from a colleague a nice SDCard for my Pi
[7:56] <mgarces> 45MB/s 16GB
[7:56] <mgarces> :)
[7:57] <Gr33n3gg> nice
[7:58] <mgarces> can't wait to test it
[7:59] <Gr33n3gg> what class?
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[8:02] <bonks> So how do I expand the fs manually since I don't have raspi-config on my old pi
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[8:03] <mgarces> Gr33n3gg: class 10
[8:03] <Gr33n3gg> mgarces: oh, awesome
[8:03] <mgarces> yep.. I have the same card, but 32GB on my SLR
[8:04] <mgarces> when I get home, I will try it! :)
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[8:49] <CelticTurnip> hi all
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[9:00] <cdan> good morning again
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[9:07] <rikkib> Hmm I have a 512 board that arrived today that says made in China.
[9:07] <CelticTurnip> 8-O
[9:08] <Dyskette> Yeah, isn't it only Farnell boards that are UK made?
[9:10] <rikkib> This came from Element 14
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[9:10] <CelticTurnip> my Element 14 512er was made in GB
[9:10] <CelticTurnip> you have a rare one? probably worth more :D
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[9:11] <rikkib> I have another on the way as well.
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[9:12] <rikkib> Ordered today. The one I got today was ordered last Thur
[9:12] <rikkib> Mon in NZ
[9:12] <Gr33n3gg> mine came from element 14 as well
[9:12] <Gr33n3gg> mines says made in the UK though
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[9:32] <cdan> did anybody manage to read data from the MLX90614 sensore using i2c ?
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[9:40] <Lobs> rikkib: 4 boards from element14 i have say made in china too.
[9:41] <rikkib> 512 boards?
[9:41] <Lobs> yep
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[9:43] <rikkib> Interesting... I wonder Why RS can't get boards.
[9:43] <Lobs> probably because element has offerd the chinese making them more orders so they get priority ;-)
[9:44] <rikkib> I need to populate P5 and P6.
[9:45] <Lobs> am waiting for an order from RS, will be interesting to see how different the boards are.
[9:45] <Armand> I'm quite proud that mine was made in Britain. ^_^
[9:45] <rikkib> I think I will let my order with RS stand. They have been paid for. Will probably come in handy by the time January roles over.
[9:46] <Lobs> i was looking forward to the element14 ones being made in the UK, was let down by the "made in china" sticker on it.
[9:46] <Armand> Sticker ? O_o
[9:46] <Armand> Oh dear
[9:46] <Lobs> my order from RS was made about 2 months ago....... still waiting..........
[9:46] <Armand> O_O
[9:46] <Armand> 4 days, from modmypi.com
[9:46] <mgarces> Im still waiting for my refund from RSOnline
[9:47] <Lobs> element14 had them at the door 3 days after ordering
[9:47] <rikkib> RS back order made in 7th month
[9:47] <Gr33n3gg> yeah weird, mine was made in the UK, 512mb version too
[9:47] <rikkib> Same here... Ordered Thur arrived today, Monday.
[9:47] <Armand> Does the UK have a legal action comparable to a class action suit in the US ?
[9:48] <rikkib> Not even three working days...
[9:48] <rikkib> Stock must be in NZ
[9:48] <Lobs> rikkib: mine were a friday afternoon order, came on a tuesday morning.
[9:49] <rikkib> Hmmm packaging says it came from NSW Aus
[9:49] <Lobs> bit disapointed with the mpeg2 SD video playback tho, generates weird scaling artifacts.
[9:49] <rikkib> Toll priority
[9:53] <rikkib> I now have two weeks to ready one of my Rev 1 RPi for on site installation on a domestic adsl connection.
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[9:53] <Lobs> rikkib: may i ask what it will be doing?
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[9:54] <rikkib> Security type stuff. Gate opener/cam/aud
[9:54] <mgarces> can I dd a 8GB SDCard onto a 16GB one?
[9:54] <Sonny_Jim> Hmm
[9:54] <n1ko> add what where? =)
[9:54] <Sonny_Jim> I hate the standard SD slot on the Pi, too easy to break
[9:54] <rikkib> 100+ meters down a driveway
[9:54] <mgarces> wont take advantage of the extra space, right?
[9:55] <Lobs> rikkib: it has enough grunt for the security cam stuff?
[9:55] <rikkib> 24v + cat6e
[9:55] <Armand> mgarces, you can expand the partition
[9:55] <n1ko> mgarces: you mean use a 8GB image on a 16GB card? yes and you can expand
[9:55] <Armand> ^
[9:55] <rikkib> Yeah... Motion software 1 fps
[9:55] <mgarces> I have my raspbian on a 8GB card, and I want to move to a 16GB card
[9:55] <rikkib> 16k audio
[9:56] <rikkib> web control of gpio
[9:56] <Lobs> 1fps isnt so great, alot happens in 1 second
[9:56] <rikkib> 2 fps when movemnet detected.
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[9:56] <rikkib> It is fine for this type of stuff
[9:56] <mgarces> n1ko: Armand: expand the filesystem (before with fdisk/gparted) ?
[9:56] <dero> hi
[9:57] <n1ko> mgarces: sudo raspi-config
[9:57] <Lobs> hi dero
[9:57] <dero> what is the maximum possible overclock setting that lets the Pi still boot?
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[9:57] <n1ko> depends on the rpi and voltage
[9:57] <Armand> mgarces, you'll need to write the image first, to have a partition to expand. ;)
[9:57] <dero> what could I try?
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[9:57] <n1ko> dero: 1.1Ghz
[9:57] <Armand> Not OCing ?
[9:57] <mgarces> I have the image on the 8GB car
[9:57] <dero> and gpu/sdram
[9:57] <dero> =
[9:57] <A318T> dero start at 950 and go up from there
[9:57] <Lobs> dero: just keep making the overclock number bigger till it dont boot anymore ;-)
[9:57] <A318T> some Pi's struggle past 900
[9:58] <dero> but, I also need to overvolt
[9:58] <mgarces> I was thinking of doing a dd if=8gbcard of=16gbcard...
[9:58] <dero> w/o overvolt I was getting 950
[9:58] <rikkib> http://www.bencom.co.nz:8081/
[9:58] <rikkib> My rpi web cam running through motion
[9:58] <A318T> rikkib, looks lik emotion
[9:59] <A318T> oh heh
[9:59] <Armand> mgarces, with Raspbian it's offered in the 'raspi-config'
[9:59] <rikkib> Motion running on my web server takes images from motion running on my RPi on my local net
[9:59] <Lobs> what a mess of cables ;-)
[9:59] <mgarces> Armand: thanks
[9:59] <Armand> Not sure how to use fdisk to do that myself..
[10:00] <rikkib> Aggregation
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[10:00] * Armand shoves a wet finger in Lobs' ear
[10:01] <rikkib> Also extra stuff running in apache2 on the RPi... Local control of gpio and restart motion and stapshots/movies
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[10:02] <dero> trying 1150/500/600/8
[10:02] <Lobs> i should try to turn my pi into a garage door opener, my current real one is faulty :-/
[10:03] <rikkib> adio on demand using scripts to you audio streaming from two points
[10:03] <dero> on the weekend, I bought an MK808
[10:03] <Lobs> dero: hey did you get that second video of the bad sd card boot?
[10:03] <rikkib> audio on demand using scripts to run audio streaming from two points
[10:03] <dero> Lobs, can you send the link again?
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[10:04] <Lobs> done
[10:04] <dero> I observed corruption with overclocking and the whole FS was broken. I tried to recover the logs, and I could find them in lost+found. They did NOT contain any sign of mmc errors. So, the corruption was SILENT!
[10:06] <Armand> dero, I dare to ask.... why do you *need* to overclock it?
[10:06] <dero> because I can?
[10:06] <rikkib> In the web cam picture... 4 relays hooked to the gpio, two switches (Push button and micro tamper). A DC-DC converter used to power a STM32V SBC.
[10:07] <rikkib> STM32V hooked to RPi serial port and spi port
[10:07] <rikkib> Giving me touch screen control of my RPi
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[10:09] <rikkib> also part of my test setup a buffer/power supply board and PL2303 usb-serial
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[10:10] <Armand> dero, at the risk of sounding entirely too logical.. surely it's not worth so much hassle, for the difference it might make?
[10:11] <rikkib> and I just build a usb break out box so I can measure usb current for usb devices and also the RPi itself...
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[10:12] <dero> Armand, well, for gaming I need a mit more power
[10:12] <Armand> rikkib, that's something I've been wondering about myself.
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[10:13] <Lobs> rikkib: is that hdd attached to the pi?
[10:13] <dero> I was trying to compile RetroArch
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[10:13] <rikkib> hub you are looking at probably... This bit... points
[10:14] <Lobs> no
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[10:14] <rikkib> The blue thing?
[10:14] <dero> http://petrockblog.wordpress.com/tag/retroarch/
[10:14] <Armand> dero, gaming? Pi?
[10:14] <Lobs> above gate 1 camera 1 just under cables in shot
[10:14] <dero> as said, at the weekend I bought an MK808
[10:15] <rikkib> Ahhh backup drive on this PC
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[10:15] <dero> it has a dual core 1.3 GHz
[10:15] <Armand> And, that is for?
[10:15] <Lobs> ahh another who hangs drives outside the pc eh?
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[10:15] <dero> gaming
[10:16] <dero> running android
[10:16] <Armand> So, it comes back to the first question... why overclock the Pi?
[10:16] <Mehhh> Has anyone ever taken apart a Motorola HD Multimedia docking station?
[10:16] <Armand> O_o
[10:16] <Armand> Seems too much a PITA to me.
[10:16] <rikkib> The thing leaning on the PC with the blinking lights is a MC9S08 devel board with a 94x68 nokia lcd
[10:16] <Mehhh> or does anyone know of someone parting out parts from a lapdock
[10:17] <rikkib> dark in my workshop...
[10:17] <rikkib> as web cam time suggests
[10:17] <dero> MK808 ~ 50 USD, dual core, up to 1.4 GhZ, running Android (or Ubuntu)
[10:18] <Lobs> i have the light turned on here, helps with that darkness problem ;-P
[10:19] <rikkib> eco bulbs
[10:19] <dero> btw. is the non-oced Pi enough for XBMC playblack?
[10:19] <Mehhh> Yes, using a non-standard front-end
[10:19] <n1ko> dero: where can you get it for 50 usd
[10:19] <Lobs> dero: with gpu accel, sure.
[10:19] <dero> geekbuying
[10:19] <Mehhh> n1ko, slickdeals.net
[10:19] <dero> I also ordered an SS808 (same thing) from a german reseller for 70 EUR
[10:20] <dero> MK808: http://www.geekbuying.com/item/MK808-Dual-Core-Android-4-1-Jelly-Bean-TV-BOX-Rockchip-RK3066-Cortex-A9-Mini-PC-stick-307415.html
[10:20] <dero> it might be that it never arrives from China though ;)
[10:20] <n1ko> seems like chinese crap
[10:20] <Mehhh> Go through ebay
[10:20] <n1ko> the pic says 1.6Ghz, the spec says 1.2Ghz
[10:20] <Mehhh> n1ko, in 2012, everything is chinese crap
[10:21] <dero> It's chinese crap for 50 bucks
[10:21] <n1ko> Mehhh: made in china isn't bad, designed in china is
[10:21] <dero> but, it's dual crap!
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[10:21] <n1ko> specs look nice otherwise, but i'm wondering what kind of support it has
[10:21] <n1ko> the best thing about the rpi is the support in raspbian
[10:21] <Mehhh> n1ko, show me a country with a smaller designed PCB unit with more power
[10:21] <Mehhh> even the MK802 beats the ras
[10:21] <dero> it's much more closed than the Pi, but you can run Ubuntu
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[10:22] <dero> there are a few custom ROMs
[10:22] <n1ko> Mehhh: ever heard of mobile phones?
[10:22] <Mehhh> You can compile your own...
[10:22] <Mehhh> yes niko, and those are larger in total size
[10:22] <dero> and also cyanogenmod10 is said to run on that one
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[10:22] <n1ko> Mehhh: the pcb isn't, especially if you were to strip it to the same specs
[10:23] <Mehhh> Yes, yes it is
[10:23] <n1ko> but no point arguing over that
[10:23] <Mehhh> i did an internal mod for the MLD
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[10:23] <Mehhh> and spent a month with different boards and cells
[10:23] <Mehhh> so please, spare me
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[10:24] <Mehhh> The MK802 is about to get official bodhi linux support as well
[10:24] <Mehhh> i convinced the creator to get one
[10:24] <Armand> n1ko, "designed in china is" Is that a reference to Chinese home-brew processors? :P
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[10:26] <dero> well, if they would disclose the whole kernel, it would be much better
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[10:29] <n1ko> oh well, might order one as well. Seems to be $58 on ebay
[10:29] <dero> $58 located where?
[10:30] <dero> if you don't want to have it sent from China, you can try to get an SS808 at ebay
[10:30] <dero> (same hardware)
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[10:30] <n1ko> http://www.ebay.com/itm/Andriod-4-1-Dual-Core-Rk3066-A9-1-6GHZ-8GB-Mini-PC-WiFi-TV-IPTV-Box-3D-MK808-/170933023980
[10:31] <n1ko> from HK of course
[10:31] <n1ko> but that doesn't matter really, i'm in no hurry
[10:31] <dero> geekbuying is offering "safe shipping" (DHL/UPS)
[10:31] <dero> greek buying, haha
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[10:31] <dero> you from the Euro zone understand that joke, ey?
[10:32] <n1ko> :)
[10:32] <dero> http://www.ebay.de/itm/SS808-Smart-Mini-PC-Android-4-1-TV-Dual-Core-1-3Ghz-A9-1GB-DDR3-8GB-Dual-WIFI-TF-/181014137458?pt=Netzanschluss&hash=item2a25488a72&_uhb=1
[10:33] <dero> sent from Germany
[10:33] <n1ko> yeah, but alot more expensive ;)
[10:34] <n1ko> 82eur vs 45eur
[10:34] <dero> I ordered both
[10:34] <dero> MK808 from greek buying and SS808 straight from Berlin
[10:34] <dero> I want to give it as a present to my 6 year old
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[10:38] <dero> btw. I ordered the MK808 for USD 38.53, they had it on sale
[10:39] <n1ko> including postage? that's cheap
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[10:39] <dero> 13.66 for safe shipping with DHL 3-5 biz days
[10:39] <dero> total 53 USD =~ 41 EUR
[10:39] <dero> for somethingastwiceasfastasthepi
[10:40] <n1ko> twice as fast, but lets se if there's something to do with that speed
[10:40] <n1ko> i'm a bit sceptical on the usage based on a quick google lookup
[10:40] <n1ko> and of course theres no gpio
[10:41] <dero> yeah, it has a different focus than the pi
[10:41] <dero> but, if makes my daughter happy ;:)
[10:41] <n1ko> using android without a touch screen seems a bit silly since almost all of the software (including the os itself) is optimized for it
[10:41] <dero> you can flash ubuntu
[10:42] <Lobs> n1ko: you can get wand things to control android.
[10:42] <n1ko> Lobs: sure, but not the same thing if the gui is optimized for swipe etc
[10:42] <dero> or buy a touch monitor
[10:42] <n1ko> that would cost same as a tablet
[10:43] <n1ko> with better hw
[10:43] <n1ko> =P
[10:43] <n1ko> anyways, where's the ubuntu stuff?
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[10:43] <n1ko> it's not official it seems
[10:43] <dero> I read it somewhere
[10:43] <n1ko> can't really find any images, some random stuff for mk802 on the rikomagic forums but doesn't seem that good
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[10:45] <dero> http://www.rikomagic.co.uk/forum/viewtopic.php?f=9&t=2578
[10:46] <n1ko> yep, that's the one for mk802
[10:46] <dero> also for MK808
[10:46] <dero> same chipset
[10:47] <n1ko> yeah, but like the developer says on slatedroid the support will come first to 802
[10:47] <n1ko> and it seems there's not even a test version out yet =)
[10:48] <dero> let's see
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[11:24] <SharPi> has anyone here managed to get a webcam working on the pi? I have a logitech c920 and I'd just like a few pointers on how to get it working
[11:26] <RaTTuS> 1) tail -f /var/log/syslog
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[11:26] <RaTTuS> 2) plug camera in
[11:26] <RaTTuS> 3) see what it says
[11:26] <RaTTuS> 4) google errors
[11:26] <RaTTuS> may help
[11:26] <RaTTuS> umm
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[11:39] <SharPi> thanks for the advice RaTTuS i'll give it a go :)
[11:41] <chris_99> also 'lsusb' will be helpful
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[11:43] <RaTTuS|BIG> I've had a camera [cheep one] working - but I'm not sure what version it was - I was limted to 320x240 but that was the device
[11:43] <RaTTuS|BIG> I dont have any of the stuff to hand so cannot advise anything about it
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[11:50] <garo> i have the following line in my inittab (raspbian) : 5:23:respawn:/sbin/getty --noclear -a garo -l /usr/bin/byobu-screen -o "-x -RR" 38400 tty5
[11:52] <garo> I get a byobu on tty 5 but when i run "whoami" inside that byobu it shows root instead of garo, can anyone explain this ?
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[11:52] <garo> (byobu is just gnu screen with some extra features, garo is a existing user on my system)
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[11:57] <RaTTuS|BIG> umm
[11:58] <RaTTuS|BIG> I use /bin/login instead of getty
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[11:59] <RaTTuS|BIG> but I would expect that -a should work fine ...
[11:59] <RaTTuS|BIG> oh ... grr - got to go and take some phots
[11:59] <RaTTuS|BIG> back later
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[12:10] <tridge> anyone know what polyfuse and usb power setup is on a revision 0xf board?
[12:12] <SpeedEvil> can you see the board?
[12:12] <tridge> nope, its installed in a remote weather station :)
[12:12] <tridge> i have ssh access though :)
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[12:12] <tridge> its a 512M model, Revision 0xf in cpuinfo
[12:13] <tridge> we're getting problems with USB devices, so I wondered what polyfuse setup it has on the two USB ports
[12:13] <tridge> I read the ones after August removed the polyfuses
[12:13] <tridge> which would mean I wouldn't bother trying to remove them :)
[12:15] <Tachyon`> there are none
[12:15] <Tachyon`> concentrate on teh polyfuse near the power input
[12:15] <Tachyon`> as that's probably scuppering you if you have more than a keyboard pluged in
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[12:15] <tridge> i'm powering off the GPIO pins - I had hoped that would bypass the fuses there
[12:15] <Tachyon`> oh, yes, it would, hrm
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[12:16] <tridge> i'm using a 10A UBEC to power it, and I upped the voltage on the UBEC to 5.3V. That made USB devices a lot more reliable, but we now have a webcam in it as well, and I get lots of timeouts on the camera
[12:16] <SpeedEvil> webcams use lots of power
[12:17] <SpeedEvil> if there are any fuaes, yeah
[12:17] <tridge> i was hoping the 10A UBEC would be plenty, assuming no fuses in the way
[12:17] <tridge> i can't image a webcam chewing 50W :)
[12:17] <SpeedEvil> oh, it would
[12:17] <SpeedEvil> :-)
[12:17] <tridge> really? they're that bad?
[12:18] <SpeedEvil> no, PSU be fine
[12:18] <tridge> i did measure one webcam (the one we had in this board previously) and was about 1W
[12:18] <tridge> I didn't measure the current on this one though. Just passed it along to be installed, and now its unreliable of course :)
[12:19] <tridge> a USB web cam that draws 10A would be a big surprise given the USB2 limits
[12:21] <tridge> so if its not power, then I guess I need to look at other possible causes. I get "v4l2: oops: select timeout" which I guess is coming from libusb not getting the URBs it expects in time
[12:22] <tridge> hmm, actually, not libusb, kernel driver ...
[12:22] <SpeedEvil> USB is unreliable ime.
[12:22] <SpeedEvil> I get frequent timeouts with keyboards
[12:22] <tridge> are there any standard tricks to try for improving the reliability, apart from power supply hacks?
[12:23] <SpeedEvil> I don't think it's solely PSU
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[12:24] <SpeedEvil> the USB needs serviced every millisecond.
[12:24] <tridge> ok, why is that a problem? should be plenty of time for a CPU like on the pi
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[12:29] <SpeedEvil> it apparently is
[12:30] <SpeedEvil> it misses even key up events
[12:30] <SpeedEvil> I haven't tries a webcam, so don't know or otmaldp app
[12:31] <SpeedEvil> if it has the same issue
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[12:50] <gordonDrogon> morning pi peeps.
[12:50] <Tachyon`> morning
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[13:00] <Kilty> morning
[13:01] <gordonDrogon> after morning now ;-)
[13:01] <nid0> still feels like morning :(
[13:02] <Kilty> so it is
[13:02] <Kilty> 2 minutes past even :-)
[13:04] <Kilty> and still another hour till my lunch
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[13:09] <LostInInaka> almost 9pm here
[13:09] <Kilty> The joys of time differences :-)
[13:09] <LostInInaka> indeed
[13:09] <phire> 1am here
[13:09] <mgarces> here is 14:00
[13:09] <mgarces> or 2pm
[13:09] <mgarces> :)
[13:10] <Kilty> :)
[13:10] <mgarces> in the beginning, it was hard for me to think on timezones
[13:10] <Kilty> Since this is a rapberry pi channel, I better ask a question :-)
[13:11] <mgarces> but with friends all over the world... I had to get used to it
[13:11] <Kilty> for sure mgarces
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[13:11] <Kilty> Has anyone installed cacti on a raspberry pi ?
[13:11] <mgarces> so whats the question? :)
[13:11] <Kilty> My question is, does it run ok?
[13:11] <mgarces> nope...
[13:11] <mgarces> no me
[13:11] <Kilty> as in a resonable speed
[13:11] <Kilty> achh well
[13:12] <Kilty> For home use I might addd
[13:12] <mgarces> I test my Pi as a icinga node
[13:12] <mgarces> for distributed monitoring
[13:12] <mgarces> but that was it
[13:12] <mgarces> Kilty: how many hosts will you be monitoring?
[13:12] <Kilty> a handfull at the most
[13:12] <Kilty> for home use really
[13:12] <mgarces> I believe it will be ok
[13:13] <n1ko> reasonable speed is really subjective
[13:13] <Kilty> n1ko, true
[13:13] <n1ko> and there is "home use" and "home use" :)
[13:13] * Kilty lol
[13:13] <mgarces> :)
[13:13] <n1ko> why dont you just try it out?
[13:13] <Kilty> ok I'll narrow it down a bit
[13:13] <n1ko> if it works, it works and if it dont it dont
[13:13] <Kilty> about 7 workstations
[13:13] <Kilty> and a router
[13:13] <mgarces> I was able to squeeze more than 300 checks for 5 hosts, of my Pi
[13:13] <n1ko> worst case scenario you lose couple hours of time
[13:13] <Kilty> n1ko, true
[13:14] <Kilty> my pi is currently only being used for routing IPv6 and DHCP
[13:14] <mgarces> Kilty: you wont lose them... you will learn something :)
[13:14] <Kilty> true mgarces :-)
[13:14] <mgarces> what are you using?
[13:14] <mgarces> for dhcp and routing?
[13:15] <mgarces> you just gave me the idea of using pfSense on a Pi
[13:15] <mgarces> :)
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[13:16] <Kilty> Hurricane electric as a tunnel broker and DNSmasq for DNS ipv4 and ipv6 delegation
[13:17] <Kilty> and dhcp
[13:17] <mgarces> sweet
[13:17] <Kilty> works quite well
[13:17] * Kilty is in the process of documenting it
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[13:17] <Kilty> may as well share
[13:17] <mgarces> yep please do
[13:18] <mgarces> I am testing all kind of scenarios for my work, to use RPi
[13:18] <Kilty> and on that note, better get to it. Back in a bit, just going to idle for a while :-)
[13:19] <Kilty> mgarces, doing anything interesting just now?
[13:20] <mgarces> right now I am using it to connect the Pi to a LCD
[13:20] <mgarces> so I can display nagios status for the techs
[13:20] <mgarces> I also used it to off load check_mk checks
[13:20] <mgarces> via mod_gearman
[13:20] <Kilty> Nice one
[13:20] <mgarces> its cheaper to buy RPi and put one in each agency
[13:21] <mgarces> instead of getting a better and bigger sysmonitor server
[13:21] <mgarces> the only thing I must do is some sort of relay so I can reset the RPi remotely
[13:21] <mgarces> but I dont have my arduino kit with me at the moment
[13:22] <mgarces> im also liking the xmbc interface for the pi
[13:22] <mgarces> since I dont have a fancy media center... I am loving this!
[13:23] <Ben64> cbmc was way too slow for me
[13:23] <mgarces> works pretty well.. only thing that is crashing it, is browsing pictures (RAW)
[13:23] <mgarces> Ben64: its slow but it works rather well.. when it loads the videos... its very smooth
[13:24] <mgarces> I just could not connect my android to it, though :(
[13:24] <Ben64> i just have debian on it now, and play videos manually
[13:24] <mgarces> without a remote... its useless
[13:24] <Ben64> i have ssh or a BT keyboard
[13:24] <mgarces> ok
[13:25] <mgarces> I dont want to acquire a BT Keyboard
[13:25] <mgarces> I saw one really cool
[13:25] <Ben64> android phones have ssh clients
[13:25] <mgarces> small, with trackpad
[13:25] <mgarces> but I cant order it...
[13:25] <mgarces> Ben64: yes I know
[13:26] <mgarces> but I dont find it very intuitive to my wife to mess with ssh :)
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[13:28] <Jck_true> mgarces: I bouth a USB remote in china for 9 USD
[13:30] <mgarces> Jck_true: the problem is I have to order it... and getting here, its a lucky game...
[13:30] <Hoerie> <+mgarces> but I dont find it very intuitive to my wife to mess with ssh :) <-- the official xbmc remote works for me
[13:30] <mgarces> Hoerie: how did you configure it?
[13:30] <Jck_true> mgarces: I got a fairly successfull rate of my packages - Missed 2 and one came destroyed out of approx 20 packages
[13:31] <mgarces> Jck_true: where do you live?
[13:31] <Jck_true> Denmark
[13:31] <Hoerie> I'm not at home, so can't check but it was pretty straightforward
[13:31] <mgarces> :)
[13:31] <mgarces> I live in Mozambique...
[13:31] <mgarces> its a different game...! :)
[13:31] <Hoerie> xbmc has deprecated the http api so some functionality doesn't work, but the remote part does
[13:31] <mgarces> Hoerie: I was not able to get it working
[13:32] <mgarces> will try it again though
[13:32] <mgarces> brb
[13:32] <Hoerie> yatse didn't work for me, but some people are liking that
[13:33] <Jck_true> mgarces: Mozambique? Yeah I guess I shouldn't start complaining about our postal service then
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[13:35] <mgarces> Jck_true: :)
[13:36] <mgarces> here you have know someone at the customs
[13:36] <mgarces> brb
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[14:01] <mengine> hello there. someone can tell me how that tv linux software thing is called?
[14:02] <mengine> xbmc, thanks :)
[14:03] <n1ko> yep, xbmc is one of many (mythtv etc are others). If you want a dedicated media player out of your rpi i suggest you look in to openelec.tv which is a distribution solely meant for running xbmc
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[14:10] <mengine> n1ko, thanks for your hint!
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[14:22] <mengine> n1ko, are you using it actually? can you tell me something bout software decoded media?
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[14:37] <coin3d> hi there. it seems like overclocking my rpi didnt work - cpuinfo still shows the same output of 700 mhz. is there a bug?
[14:37] <WilliamEDIS> eh
[14:37] <WilliamEDIS> anyone here
[14:37] <coin3d> i'm using the latest arch linux
[14:38] <dero> cpufreq-info
[14:38] <WilliamEDIS> whats the ports for +5V and -5V on the GPIO?
[14:38] <WilliamEDIS> eh not -5V, GND
[14:38] <WilliamEDIS> so i can power an RPI without USB
[14:38] <scummos> there's no -5V port
[14:38] <scummos> what do you want to know
[14:39] <WilliamEDIS> what pins i need to give +5V and GND to power the RPI without USB
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[14:45] <gordonDrogon> use the gpio port.
[14:46] <gordonDrogon> and if you can't work that out then IMO you shouldn't be trying it.
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[14:47] <coin3d> dero: thanks, it says its running @ 800 Mhz. but why doesnt cpuinfo tell me that?
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[14:48] <dero> I guess /proc/cpuinfo tells you just what the CPU is
[14:49] <dero> and your CPU is a 700 MHz CPU
[14:49] <dero> even if you overlock to 2800 MHz, it's still a 700 MHz CPU
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[14:58] <coin3d> hmm, i just ask because on my other arch linux machine (x86), cpuinfo changes the value depending on the current needed cpu. maybe its an arm-related thing..
[14:59] <dero> at my Ubuntu Dell machine, it's always @ 2.6
[14:59] <Hodapp> on my Celeron, I'd see it change pretty frequently depending on the scheduler.
[14:59] <Armand> coin3d, dero: watch "/opt/vc/bin/vcgencmd measure_temp && cat /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/scaling_cur_freq"
[15:00] <dero> strange
[15:00] <dero> my notebook:
[15:00] <dero> cpufreq stats: 2.80 GHz:99.95%,
[15:00] <Armand> cpu[1 x Intel(R) Pentium(R) M processor 2.00GHz (GenuineIntel) @ 2.00GHz w/ 2048 KB L2 Cache]
[15:00] <Armand> Constant..
[15:01] <Armand> I don't use any power management, except when it's unplugged.. the fan is temp controlled, that's it. :)
[15:02] <dero> I just unplugged power: went down to 1.2 GHz both at proc/cpuinfo and cpufreq-info
[15:02] <dero> model name : Intel(R) Core(TM) i7 CPU M 640 @ 2.80GHz
[15:02] <dero> cpu MHz : 1199.000
[15:02] <dero> so maybe the Pi is not updating /proc/cpuinfo correctly
[15:03] <coin3d> Armand: thanks
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[15:11] <arcanescu> my free command shows this: Mem: 189100 59712 129388 0 8728 25324
[15:11] <arcanescu> am i on a 512 or 256 im unsure
[15:11] <arcanescu> which param to look at
[15:12] <gordonDrogon> dero, /proc/cpuinfo has never given cpu speed on a Pi.
[15:12] <fairuz> hi Guys, for vcc pin (5V), where I can find the max current?
[15:12] <gordonDrogon> dero, it goes bogomips which (on the pi) are usually close to the cpu frequency though.
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[15:14] <arcanescu> you are better off using cpufreq-info #
[15:14] <arcanescu> cpufreq-utils
[15:14] <Disconnect> looks like the crashes-after-minutes problem is common with the recently shipped units :( i'm not looking forward to dealing with mcm for an exchange
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[15:21] <arcanescu> KiB Mem: 189100 total is 256?
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[15:21] <arcanescu> how do i figure out if my pi supports 512?
[15:22] <RaTTuS|BIG> what does the RAM chip say ? whern did you buy it
[15:22] <Dyskette> arcanescu: how much free RAM you have doesn't tell you much without knowing how much memory the GPU has as well.
[15:23] <Dyskette> (Or current, rather than free I should say)
[15:23] <arcanescu> RaTTuS|BIG: ....K4P2G324
[15:23] <arcanescu> Dyskette: how do i find the ram for gpu?
[15:24] <RaTTuS|BIG> that is 256Mb
[15:24] <Dyskette> arcanescu: if you run raspi-config, it should tell you.
[15:24] <RaTTuS|BIG> K4P4G324 is 512
[15:24] <Dyskette> (In the 'set memory split' option, pretty sure it defaults to the current setting, so whatever it says there is probably your current GPU memory allocation)
[15:24] <arcanescu> on gpu it says 64
[15:25] <Dyskette> 64 GPU + 192 RAM = 256.
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[15:25] <RaTTuS|BIG> http://www.raspberrypi.org/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f=63&t=20255#p196325
[15:25] <arcanescu> thankyou.... not sure need a 512 one
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[15:25] <arcanescu> anysources to get 512 easily
[15:26] <RaTTuS|BIG> any new bought one since Oct will be 512
[15:26] <Dyskette> Pretty sure any you buy now will be 512.
[15:26] <RaTTuS|BIG> so farnell
[15:27] <arcanescu> farnell it is
[15:27] <arcanescu> thanks
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[15:33] <thogue> farnell ftw.
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[15:41] <bryter> i have installed rtorrent+rutorrent using this script : http://pastebin.com/UewpKS6q
[15:41] <bryter> but now i dont know how to start rtorrent. rutorrent seems to be runing though as i can acces it from my pc using pi's ip/rutorrent
[15:42] <bryter> so how would i start rtorrent? what command do i need to use? i tried "rtorrent" but it is not starting
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[15:43] <bryter> rutorrent is saying "connection to rtorrent not established"
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[15:50] <Jck_true> bryter: What does running "rtorrent" give you?
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[16:11] <arcanescu> the GPU does not kick in until I actually use some graphics / x is that true ?
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[16:13] <Dyskette> arcanescu: any video output (including the console framebuffer) runs off the GPU, doesn't it?
[16:14] <arcanescu> dyskette: what if in not using the video output
[16:14] <arcanescu> i want that off aswell
[16:14] <arcanescu> and assign any gpu ram to kernel ram
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[16:18] <scummos^> arcanescu: not true
[16:18] <scummos^> not possible
[16:18] <arcanescu> i can set it to minimal ram can i not say 16mb
[16:19] <scummos^> you can say 16MB
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[16:19] <arcanescu> would it have any repricussions?
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[16:19] <scummos^> well graphics will only have 16 MB memory
[16:20] <scummos^> whatever that implies in your setup
[16:20] <arcanescu> not using graphics
[16:20] <arcanescu> at all
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[16:21] <scummos^> then, none
[16:22] <arcanescu> but i cannot set the memory split to 0 ?
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[16:24] <nid0> no
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[16:27] <gazzwi86> hi all
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[16:27] <gazzwi86> I'm using Occidentalis ad trying to ssh in on first boot
[16:27] <gazzwi86> since I haven't go a tv to use
[16:27] <gazzwi86> what would the password be?
[16:28] <Disconnect> arcanescu: one of the reasons you can't go to 0 is that the gpu is what runs the bootloader and starts the main cpu. without that you can't boot :) if you get deep into arm asm you might be able to go to 8
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[16:28] * Disconnect wouldn't try it but at least its recoverable if it breaks
[16:29] <arcanescu> its okay 16 is fine i guess....
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[16:32] <gazzwi86> Anyone?
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[16:39] <scummos^> gazzwi86: I think it's pi/raspberry
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[16:39] <scummos^> (user/password)
[16:39] <scummos^> it's also trivial to google btw
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[16:40] <thogue> Ive neever used occidentals but the docs say that it prompts for a new password at first boot.
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[16:42] <scummos^> oh you're using some weird distribution
[16:43] <thogue> Occidentals is Adafruits distribution.
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[16:44] <dero> any devs around?
[16:45] <thogue> gazzwi86: I would assume the uname/pass is one of the following : pi/raspberry root/raspberry pi/raspi root/raspi root/root and then black passwords, those are all the default passwords I can recall coming across on rpi distros
[16:45] <thogue> dero: check over @ #Raspberry-dev
[16:45] <thogue> best place to reach one I would imagine would we raspberrypi.org forums.
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[16:46] <gazzwi86> scummos^: that worked??? thanks!
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[16:46] <dero> I think I might have spotted a major bug in the SD driver (loosing writes)
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[16:47] <thogue> dero: are you overclocked? there is A LOT of buzz going around on the forums about sdcard write issues
[16:47] <thogue> especially as its concerned to overclocking
[16:47] <dero> yes, overclocked. I am looking at block.c
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[16:48] <thogue> best place to post would be http://www.raspberrypi.org/phpBB3/viewforum.php?f=12 either troubleshooting or power users, they might be a topic similar to what your looking it.
[16:48] <thogue> Lots of overclocking issues related to sdcard writes/reads and corruption
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[16:49] <thogue> Dom is one of the major developers of the firmware, I have always received a reply from him within 24 hours when posting something firmware related
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[16:49] <dero> k, will post
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[16:51] <thogue> check the overclocking thread, its been a few weeks since i read anything, but the major issues with overclocking were mostly related to sdcard corruption
[16:51] <thogue> what model/size/speed sdcard are you using ?
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[16:52] <dero> sandisk SD 10 8 GB
[16:53] <thogue> most of the issues were with faster cards.
[16:53] <thogue> I honestly, dont know if that could be related to what your seeing or a symptom. But I have had luck with some of the stable values posted by others users for my sdcards
[16:53] <thogue> the overvolt really seems to make some faster sd cards "Angry"
[16:54] <thogue> arm_freq=950
[16:54] <thogue> core_freq=500
[16:54] <thogue> sdram_freq=500
[16:54] <thogue> over_voltage=2
[16:54] <thogue> gpu_mem_256=64
[16:54] <thogue> gpu_mem_512=128
[16:54] <dero> there is a lot of recovery code for SD problems
[16:55] <dero> but, it looks like the recovery code might be buggy
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[16:55] <thogue> those are my stable values for my class 10 sandisk 8gb
[16:56] <thogue> I have not had a problem with those values on stable psus. I did have one problem using a bad psu, ended up with some corruption.
[16:57] <dero> I am at 1150 MHZ
[16:58] <thogue> wow, I dont recall anyone posting that they have been stable that high
[16:58] <thogue> How long you been pusjing 1150 ?
[16:58] <thogue> im assuming overvolt =6 ?
[16:58] <dero> overvolt=8
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[16:58] <dero> I can brew coffee with my Pi
[16:59] <thogue> lmao :P if it gets to 80c it will just turn off
[16:59] <thogue> unless you are doing force_turbo and voiding your warranty
[16:59] <dero> no
[16:59] <dero> ;)
[16:59] <thogue> also I think overcolt 6 is the max but it may be 8, I know you can set it higher but I dont think it goes higher than 6
[17:00] <dero> http://www.raspberrypi.org/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f=28&t=23907
[17:00] <dero> the problem can show up if there are lots of writes and the controller has a hickup. At the hickup, the next block might be lost if it's also incomplete.
[17:01] <dero> "double hickup"
[17:02] <gazzwi86> So I'm trying to get an mcp23017 chip working as per the instructions on adafruit but getting the following error: error accessing 0x20: check your i2c address
[17:02] <gazzwi86> anyone explain to my what this means?
[17:02] <thogue> its trying to access i2c with the address 0x20 and its not seeing anything
[17:02] <gazzwi86> I'm a little lost to be honest and can't debug without a better understanding
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[17:02] <thogue> have you used i2cdetect prog yet?
[17:03] <gazzwi86> no
[17:03] <thogue> start there, last time I setup i2c device
[17:03] <thogue> I troubleshooted with i2cdetect
[17:03] <thogue> turned out, there are two i2c buses on the rpi
[17:03] <thogue> 0 and 1
[17:04] <gazzwi86> any docs or tutorials you could point me at please?
[17:04] <thogue> and my device somehow was on 1, even though i was wired into 0 and followed a tutorial (I learned shortly later that I2c 1 is an alternative use for i2c0 pins, so something was changing this, honestly I never even looked into it) once i found the address for my device and saw it on i2cdetect everything worked simple
[17:05] <thogue> oh
[17:05] <thogue> and I just found out...
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[17:05] <thogue> its because of a version 2 pi that I was on i2c 1
[17:05] <scummos^> i do a lot of stuff with i2c, what's your problem?
[17:05] <thogue> http://learn.adafruit.com/using-the-bmp085-with-raspberry-pi/configuring-the-pi-for-i2c
[17:06] <scummos^> gazzwi86: run i2cdetect -y 0 (then for 1)
[17:06] <gazzwi86> scummos^: I'm trying to do this: http://learn.adafruit.com/mcp230xx-gpio-expander-on-the-raspberry-pi/using-the-library
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[17:06] <scummos^> if it doesn't list your device then it's not wired correctly
[17:06] <gazzwi86> scummos^: yeh I just ran the commands sudo i2cdetect -y 1
[17:06] <gazzwi86> and sudo i2cdetect -y 0
[17:06] <gazzwi86> with nothing returned
[17:06] <scummos^> so just zeros?
[17:06] <scummos^> then it's not wired correctly
[17:06] <gazzwi86> ill check my wiring and go again
[17:07] <gazzwi86> no zeros just --
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[17:07] <scummos^> yeah or that
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[17:12] <gazzwi86> YAY!
[17:12] <gazzwi86> its wokring
[17:12] <thogue> :)
[17:12] <gazzwi86> i wired to the wrong dcl on the cobbler
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[17:15] <thogue> hpapens, im surprised I have not fried a pi yet.
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[17:16] <scummos^> well just be careful not to wire then 5V pins anywhere where they don't belong
[17:17] <scummos^> it tends to survive everything else... at least for short times
[17:17] <gazzwi86> scummos^: I'm using 3.3 to power the chip at the moment
[17:17] <gazzwi86> would it be ok with 5?
[17:18] <gazzwi86> I was planning on powering some Sharp IR Sensors with it which use 5v
[17:18] <gazzwi86> also, the second pin doesn't appear to be wokring
[17:19] <thogue> gazzwi86: depends on the chip.
[17:19] <gazzwi86> thogue: MCP23017
[17:19] <scummos^> you need some kind of decoupling then
[17:19] <scummos^> don't ever put 5V to the pi
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[17:20] <scummos^> I have an array of optocouplers here, with those I also have been switchting 30V with the pi already
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[17:21] <gazzwi86> I've used a relay in the past to isolate the pi from a 16v a/c
[17:22] <gazzwi86> not sure how I'd do that with the sensors though, I get a low 0.something to 4 or so volts back off the sensors
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[17:27] <thogue> gazzwi86: exactly what scummos^ , pi only handles 3.3v logic levels, if your going to feed 5v into a device you need to make sure its going to still have 3.3v logic levels. It looks like its best to run your chip via the 3.3v line
[17:29] <scummos^> yes, you need to get that 5V logic down somehow to the pi's input levels
[17:29] <scummos^> the safe way is using optocouplers
[17:30] <rymate1234> so I'm removing the gui from my Pi
[17:30] <rymate1234> I never use it anyway
[17:31] <thogue> scummos^: what are you using that has 30v logic ?
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[17:32] <scummos^> thogue: that was just a test ;)
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[17:35] <arcanescu> im getting this message on bootup: 11.920144] tda9887 0-0043: i2c i/o error: rc == -5 (should be 4) .... is there a problem with i2c?
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[17:36] <scummos^> hm
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[17:36] <scummos^> did you try whether it happens with a clean installation?
[17:36] <scummos^> then you'd be able to decide whether it's a hardware or software problem
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[17:39] <arcanescu> scummos^: no this is a clean installation actually
[17:39] <scummos^> uh
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[17:39] <scummos^> then that sounds bad to me
[17:39] <echelon> newark charged $10 for shipping!?
[17:39] <scummos^> did you do something to i2c?
[17:40] <thogue> echelon: sounds like newark
[17:40] <arcanescu> nothing out of the ordinary ive added. Just a driver file ive added to accomodate my hvr 1900 device from hauppage
[17:40] <arcanescu> scummos^: havent touched i2c
[17:40] <echelon> and it was shipped out last week
[17:40] <echelon> goddamn assholes
[17:40] <scummos^> arcanescu: hm no idea. you can try whether i2c works :D
[17:40] <echelon> that's probably why they don't tell you the shipping cost
[17:41] <thogue> thats how they roll :-/ better than RS ust not shipping at all :-/
[17:41] <arcanescu> scummos^: how so?
[17:42] <scummos^> arcanescu: plug a i2c device in and see whether it works
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[17:43] <arcanescu> hmm
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[17:43] <mgottschlag> is there any repository with rapberrypi kernel images built from recent git commits?
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[17:44] <scummos^> arcanescu: if you don't have an i2c device, then, pragmatic as I am, I'd ask you why you even care about this ;)
[17:44] <arcanescu> im ussng a hauppage device.... after a while it keeps going to debug ... kernel ooops
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[17:44] <arcanescu> im wondering if something i2c has anything to do with it or not. The same thing runs fine on a normal pc
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[17:45] <scummos^> ah, okay
[17:45] <scummos^> but why would a debug message related to that involve i2c
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[17:46] <scummos^> so unless you can see a strong correlation between the i2c messages and the crashes, I'd say it probably has nothing to do with each other
[17:46] <arcanescu> scummos^: my stack trace @ http://pastebin.com/u3MGRDYg
[17:47] <scummos^> ok, how did you get the idea this has anything to do with i2c?
[17:47] <scummos^> is i2c-dev even loaded? ;p
[17:47] <arcanescu> scummos^: just cuz i got these error messages on startup made me wonder
[17:47] <arcanescu> :)
[17:47] <scummos^> oh
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[17:48] <scummos^> well, I'd say it's most likely unrelated. what kind of device is that exactly which you are using?
[17:48] <arcanescu> this one: http://www.hauppauge.co.uk/site/products/data_hvr1900.html
[17:48] <scummos^> I'd guess there's a bug in the arm version of the driver or something
[17:48] <scummos^> ok
[17:48] <arcanescu> there wasnt an arm driver.... i am using the same one i used for the pc
[17:49] <arcanescu> :]
[17:49] <scummos^> well but still it's compiled for arm
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[17:49] <scummos^> which might introduce issues
[17:49] * scummos^ doesn't know
[17:50] <arcanescu> hmmm
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[18:03] <echelon> ok, so what distributor has the best shipping rates?
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[18:24] <rymate1234> Ok
[18:25] <rymate1234> why did I think I could a minecraft server on a pi
[18:25] <fuzz1981> got a freescale iMX53 today
[18:25] <rymate1234> It's slow :(
[18:25] <rymate1234> (the compile that is)
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[18:26] <bcgrown> hello, anyone here using the i2c with python?
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[18:27] <paxcoder> hey people. what do i have to install to be able to use an external (USB) optic drive?
[18:27] <paxcoder> *optical
[18:27] <bcgrown> paxcoder: nothing?
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[18:28] <paxcoder> bcgrown, i've connected it via usb to the pi, but its drawer won't open
[18:28] <fuzz1981> as long as the kernel modules are available
[18:28] <paxcoder> it opens when connected to windows
[18:28] <fuzz1981> ah it'll need to be powered externally
[18:28] <paxcoder> it is, f
[18:29] <fuzz1981> did it have a disc in it when you plugged it in?
[18:29] <paxcoder> no
[18:29] <fuzz1981> hm
[18:29] <paxcoder> $ lsusb
[18:29] <paxcoder> Bus 001 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0002 Linux Foundation 2.0 root hub
[18:29] <paxcoder> Bus 001 Device 002: ID 0424:9512 Standard Microsystems Corp.
[18:29] <paxcoder> Bus 001 Device 003: ID 0424:ec00 Standard Microsystems Corp.
[18:29] <paxcoder> afaics it's not even listed, eh?
[18:29] <fuzz1981> maybe it draws too much power for some strange reason
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[18:30] <fuzz1981> is it connected to a hub?
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[18:30] <paxcoder> fubbi, a hub? no, it has an adapter of its own
[18:30] <fuzz1981> try connecting it to a hub
[18:31] <rymate1234> one with its own power supply
[18:31] <fuzz1981> does the drawer open when it's not connected to usb?
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[18:31] <rymate1234> it might be a case that the pi doesn't provide enough power for it
[18:32] <fuzz1981> an optical drive will open as long as it has power .. plugging it in via usb shouldn't prevent it from opening unless it sends lock commands (disc mounted)
[18:32] <paxcoder> fuzz1981, no. it's a standard drive, so when i was checking what's wrong, i connected it directly via its IDE and 9V power cable to my pc, and it didn't open until after some time after i turned on the pc
[18:32] <paxcoder> fuzz1981, it doesn't
[18:32] <paxcoder> afai could see
[18:33] <paxcoder> ie it didn't open as soon as i turned on the pc, a few seconds passed until it opened. i think grub was gone by that time
[18:33] <fuzz1981> every standard optical drive i've ever had opens with just the power connection to it
[18:33] <paxcoder> fuzz1981, what can I tell you, i tried without, and it didn't
[18:33] <fuzz1981> yeah if the drive is busy it won't open
[18:33] <paxcoder> i had it connected to power only
[18:34] <paxcoder> and it didn't open either
[18:34] <fuzz1981> thats a first for me
[18:34] <fuzz1981> get a different drive?
[18:34] <paxcoder> yeah, strange. but it did open after connecting it to windows
[18:34] <paxcoder> this is an old PATA
[18:34] <fuzz1981> yeah
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[18:35] <fuzz1981> which is why i'm thinking that it might draw power from USB to drive the interface portion of the drive
[18:35] <fuzz1981> the external supply drives the motors
[18:35] <paxcoder> rymate12-, i'll try the hub, thanks
[18:35] <paxcoder> will try the hub, although it didn't work on windows XP either (just 7)
[18:36] <fuzz1981> which is probably why the drive won't open with power only
[18:36] <paxcoder> ok
[18:36] <fuzz1981> lol throw that thing out :) it should just show up as a mass storage device to XP .. sounds like some jenky chipset for USB->PATA conversion
[18:37] <fuzz1981> why do you want optical on the pi anyway?
[18:37] <fuzz1981> out of curiosity
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[18:38] <paxcoder> dvd player
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[18:40] <paxcoder> got it hooked up to a tv via a scart converter. and that's another thing. i only get b/w image when setting the tv to SVHS. when it's in auto mode or whatever, it can show a colored image for a split second, then it disappears and gets snowy
[18:41] <fuzz1981> ah fun with uk tv standards :)
[18:41] <fuzz1981> does the converter expect pal or ntsc?
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[18:44] <paxcoder> now it recognizes the hub
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[18:45] <paxcoder> but no drive
[18:45] <fuzz1981> try adding "sdtv_mode=2" to your /boot/config.txt for video
[18:45] <paxcoder> lsusb
[18:45] <paxcoder> Bus 001 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0002 Linux Foundation 2.0 root hub
[18:45] <paxcoder> Bus 001 Device 002: ID 0424:9512 Standard Microsystems Corp.
[18:45] <paxcoder> Bus 001 Device 003: ID 0424:ec00 Standard Microsystems Corp.
[18:45] <paxcoder> Bus 001 Device 004: ID 058f:6254 Alcor Micro Corp. USB Hub
[18:45] <fuzz1981> do a tail dmesg
[18:45] <paxcoder> fuzz1981, i tried all of that
[18:46] <paxcoder> [ 275.965605] scsi 0:0:0:0: CD-ROM LITE-ON DVDRW SOHW-812S US0F PQ: 0 ANSI: 0
[18:46] <paxcoder> [ 276.050305] sr0: scsi3-mmc drive: 40x/40x writer cd/rw xa/form2 cdda tray
[18:46] <paxcoder> [ 276.050340] cdrom: Uniform CD-ROM driver Revision: 3.20
[18:46] <paxcoder> [ 276.054973] sr 0:0:0:0: Attached scsi CD-ROM sr0
[18:46] <paxcoder> hmm
[18:46] <fuzz1981> ok it's cool :)
[18:46] <paxcoder> it's not opening :-/
[18:46] <fuzz1981> eject /dev/sr0
[18:47] <paxcoder> eject: unable to eject, last error: Invalid argument
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[18:48] <fuzz1981> dmesg |grep usb
[18:49] <paxcoder> http://paste.debian.net/212508/
[18:50] <paxcoder> that's all
[18:50] <fuzz1981> doesn't look like it disconnected .. should work :)
[18:51] <paxcoder> yeah, it's crap
[18:51] <fuzz1981> did you sudo eject /dev/sr0
[18:51] <paxcoder> now i can eject
[18:51] <paxcoder> it likes like it works, but not all the time
[18:52] <fuzz1981> dirty button?
[18:52] <fuzz1981> try sudo eject
[18:52] <paxcoder> dude, i'm root
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[18:52] <paxcoder> eject: unable to eject, last error: Invalid argument
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[18:53] <fuzz1981> eject --verbose
[18:53] <paxcoder> now it succeeded
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[18:54] <fuzz1981> sounds more like a problem with the drive
[18:54] <paxcoder> yeah...
[18:54] <paxcoder> thanks man
[18:54] <fuzz1981> np
[18:54] <paxcoder> wish you could also solve my graphics problem XD
[18:55] <paxcoder> but that seems unfixable
[18:55] <fuzz1981> yeah i just use hdmi .. never touched composite video on them
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[18:55] <paxcoder> tried uncommenting sdtv_mode=2, tried 1 (afaicr), and now it's commented
[18:55] <paxcoder> ok, thanks again
[18:55] <paxcoder> cya
[18:55] <fuzz1981> try 0 for ntsc
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[18:55] <paxcoder> will do
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[19:14] <DMackey> http://hackaday.com/2012/11/26/tiny-mame-cabinet-built-from-raspberry-pi/
[19:15] <scummos^> hahaha
[19:17] <DMackey> Ooo Robotron\
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[19:21] <arcanescu> im trying to create a swap on the pi and i dd a swap file it says /var/swap is busy
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[19:24] <drivelights> sudo swapon -s
[19:24] <drivelights> that will tell you what swap is already in use
[19:24] <arcanescu> yes it says /var/swap
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[19:24] <arcanescu> type file.... how do i turn it off and create my own
[19:24] <drivelights> you can type: sudo swapoff /var/swap to turn it off before messingwith it
[19:25] <arcanescu> okay ive connected an hdd want to put the swap there
[19:26] <drivelights> I can't remember exactly how to create the new swap file right now; I'll see if I can find the instructions
[19:27] <arcanescu> okay
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[19:27] <drivelights> this will make an 800MB swap file; change the location and size as needed:
[19:27] <drivelights> sudo dd if=/dev/zero of=/myswap bs=1024 count=800k
[19:28] <drivelights> sudo mkswap /myswap
[19:28] <drivelights> sudo swapon /myswap
[19:28] <drivelights> that should be it
[19:29] <drivelights> then sudo swapon -s again to confirm it is enabled
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[19:31] <arcanescu> thanks alot.... so i can set the of to the hdd ?
[19:31] <DooMMasteR> getting a lot of "An error occured. Pleas try again later." errors on Youtube??? *not amused*
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[19:32] <arcanescu> drivelights: or it should be sudo dd if=/dev/sda of=/myswap bs=1024 count=800k
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[19:33] <drivelights> you should have your USB hard drive mounted and set of to a filename on the mounted hard drive
[19:33] <drivelights> it creates the filename you choose
[19:34] <arcanescu> so i should only change the of to point to the filename drive
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[19:37] <scummos^> did you guys see this video about Qt5 /QML von the rpi
[19:37] <scummos^> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0j-Wakm5B84&feature=related
[19:37] <scummos^> *really* worth watching
[19:37] <drivelights> okay so I have /dev/sda mounted as /media/hd/ and the swap file name I have is /media/hd/rpi.swap
[19:38] <drivelights> so for me I must have typed something like: sudo dd if=/dev/zero of=/media/hd/rpi.swap bs=2014 count=800k
[19:39] <drivelights> by using the dd command it creates the that filename on the USB drive
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[19:48] <stapper> Is there a way to use the make cmd on a 64-machine to create for Pi?
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[19:49] <ShiftPlusOne> What do you mean by 'create for Pi'?
[19:49] <ShiftPlusOne> oh nvrm, got it.
[19:49] <Essobi> ...
[19:49] <ShiftPlusOne> yes, install a crosscompiler
[19:49] <Essobi> He wants to cross-compile.
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[19:49] <Essobi> Herp.
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[19:49] <ShiftPlusOne> what distro are you using?
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[19:52] <ShiftPlusOne> Also, does whatever you want to compile have a lot of dependencies?
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[19:54] <scummos^> stapper: make is the most stupid tool on earth, it has no knowledge whatever about compilers, cross-compiling, platforms, ...
[19:55] <ShiftPlusOne> It does if it's written right.
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[19:55] <scummos^> well, sort of
[19:55] <stapper> Now i'm using ubuntu and i have some corss-compiler i got from apt-get
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[19:55] <scummos^> but it's not make itself knowing ;)
[19:55] <ShiftPlusOne> autotools has good enough crosscompiling support, but I there are a lot of dependencies, I'd go for scratchbox2
[19:56] <stapper> scratchbox2 can I just drop a git clone in it and it will compile ok?
[19:56] <ShiftPlusOne> stapper: it takes a few steps to set up first.
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[19:58] <ShiftPlusOne> stapper: you get the disk image you want to use and extract it. Then you use that for scratchbox2. It takes all the dependencies from there, so if you need to install some libs and hears you can just 'sb2 -eR apt-get install libwhatever-dev'.
[19:58] <stapper> ok i can find it in the software center?
[19:58] <ShiftPlusOne> maybe, but I would get it from their git
[19:59] <ShiftPlusOne> git clone git://gitorious.org/scratchbox2/scratchbox2.git
[19:59] <ShiftPlusOne> you'll need qemu as well
[19:59] <ShiftPlusOne> which I would also build from source
[19:59] <ShiftPlusOne> so yeah, it takes a bit of setting up, but it's worth it.
[20:00] <stapper> Ok thanks,
[20:01] <ShiftPlusOne> http://pastebin.com/4Jp1WPTb
[20:01] <ShiftPlusOne> these instructions are a bit dated, but you should be able to figure out what to do from there
[20:02] <stapper> Best to read it and manually do it instead of using this as script...
[20:03] <ShiftPlusOne> yes, it's not a script
[20:03] <ShiftPlusOne> just instructions
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[20:09] <necreo> anyone running raspcontrol on apache?
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[20:18] <pigeta1> hi all
[20:18] <pigeta1> i bought a new sd card Lexar 4gb class 6 and a new power supply 5 v 1.2A TomTom let see if work,i hope
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[20:22] <eojflowers> howdy. What disk format does the SD card need to be in before I load arch onto it
[20:22] <ShiftPlusOne> you're not just dd'ing the image on it?
[20:22] <eojflowers> how do I figure out the sdxx
[20:23] <eojflowers> to dd the image on?
[20:23] <eojflowers> mac can't mount the sd card
[20:23] <ShiftPlusOne> you don't need to mount anything
[20:23] <eojflowers> it shows up in the disk utility, but I can't 'restore' it using the image
[20:23] <eojflowers> and I dont know the /dev/sdXX name ot use
[20:23] <eojflowers> for the raw dd command
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[20:24] <ShiftPlusOne> I don't use a mac, so I can't really help, but there should be max instructions which should work for you.
[20:24] <ShiftPlusOne> *mac
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[20:25] <n80> i used this when i installed arch using my mac: http://elinux.org/RPi_Easy_SD_Card_Setup#Copying_an_image_to_the_SD_Card_in_Mac_OS_X_.28command_line.29
[20:25] <ShiftPlusOne> http://elinux.org/RPi_Easy_SD_Card_Setup#Copying_an_image_to_the_SD_Card_in_Mac_OS_X_.28mostly_graphical_interface.29
[20:25] <ShiftPlusOne> ...yeah
[20:25] <n80> lol, yup
[20:25] <eojflowers> yeah I saw that
[20:26] <eojflowers> and df -h doesn't produce the output
[20:26] <eojflowers> doesn't show me the sdcard
[20:26] <n80> hmmm
[20:26] <ShiftPlusOne> yeah, it wouldn't if the card is not formatted and mounted
[20:26] <eojflowers> so should I format it?
[20:26] <eojflowers> and as what?
[20:26] <ShiftPlusOne> anything you want
[20:26] <eojflowers> that was my first question haha
[20:26] <ShiftPlusOne> you'll overwrite it anyway
[20:26] <eojflowers> can arch run it on the mac format?
[20:27] <eojflowers> ah I'll overwrite it
[20:27] <ShiftPlusOne> you'll be overwritting it when you dd
[20:27] <eojflowers> ok makes sense
[20:27] <ShiftPlusOne> this is just a silly way of finding out what the device you're after is.
[20:27] <ShiftPlusOne> unmount it before dding though
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[21:01] <linuxstb> eojflowers: On the mac, your SD card will be something like /dev/disk1
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[21:03] <eojflowers> linuxstb: thanks I figured it out. disk1r1
[21:03] <eojflowers> or 1s1
[21:03] <eojflowers> it's taking a while to copy over, but it is 32GB so I guess that is to be expected
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[21:05] <linuxstb> eojflowers: You're dd'ing the image? If so, then I normally just use /dev/disk1 - NOT /dev/disk1s1, which is the first partition on the disk.
[21:06] <eojflowers> ah well it's already far into the process, should I stop it, or can I correct it later?
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[21:06] <linuxstb> Press CTRL+C to stop is - it won't work if you're writing to disk1s1
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[21:09] <rymate1234> so hosting a minecraft server on my rpi
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[21:10] <ShiftPlusOne> let's hope nobody actually joins and crashes your pi =p
[21:11] <eojflowers> linuxstb: great, have it starting now. It's a class 10 32GB sd card, that should last a while right?
[21:11] <ShiftPlusOne> eojflowers: the sd card is that big, the actual image is small
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[21:12] <ShiftPlusOne> you'll need to resize the ext partition after dding to fill the card.
[21:12] <eojflowers> right, I'm just asking about the overall quality
[21:12] <rymate1234> ShiftPlusOne, I managed to join!
[21:12] <novaflash> hello. i just filled an sd card wit hthe image using win32imager, then booted it up. all is fine. multiple boots, no problem. however, after using the resize function and rebooting, the filesystem is compeltely garbled. already tried this 4 times now. is there a manual method? i have a 4gb SD card.
[21:12] <eojflowers> of running on sd cards
[21:13] <rymate1234> Two players kinda didn't work at first
[21:13] <rymate1234> I've reduced the ram usage slightly though
[21:13] <novaflash> * using raspbian by the way
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[21:14] <ShiftPlusOne> rymate12-: heh. Unless you're using some sort of low ram c port or unless they have fixed the memory issues, I wouldn't imagine that you can get more than a few people on for a time.
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[21:14] <axion> just use resize2fs then resize the partition table to the same exact size
[21:14] <axion> not much to it
[21:14] <novaflash> what device do i fdisk on?
[21:14] <rymate1234> ShiftPlusOne, I'm using a c++implementation
[21:15] <ShiftPlusOne> rymate12-: ah, nice. I thought you'd be running the official java server or bukkit. How's the c++ port in terms of features and all that?
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[21:17] <M1C4HTRON13> just set up my pi and im having some problems getting ssh to work
[21:18] <M1C4HTRON13> ssh 109.76.77.48 -l pi
[21:18] <M1C4HTRON13> Read from socket failed: Connection reset by peer
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[21:18] <ShiftPlusOne> try ssh pi@109.76.77.4
[21:18] <ShiftPlusOne> shouldn't make any difference, but just in case.
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[21:19] <M1C4HTRON13> ssh pi@109.76.77.48
[21:19] <M1C4HTRON13> Read from socket failed: Connection reset by peer
[21:19] <M1C4HTRON13> same
[21:19] <axion> you can get more useful information with ssh -vv
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[21:21] <pigeta1> from where you try to connect win mac linux?
[21:21] <M1C4HTRON13> http://www.pasteall.org/37547/bash
[21:21] <M1C4HTRON13> linux
[21:21] <novaflash> axion: do you have some command examples for me for this resize2fs and fdisk stuff on the pi?
[21:22] <pigeta1> you ping the "pi"?
[21:22] <axion> M1C4HTRON13: use openssh, not dropbear
[21:22] <pigeta1> resize2fs?
[21:23] <M1C4HTRON13> how do I do that? I've never used ssh before
[21:23] <M1C4HTRON13> networking is not a strong point of mine
[21:23] <ShiftPlusOne> novaflash: http://elinux.org/RPi_Resize_Flash_Partitions#Manually_resizing_the_SD_card_on_Raspberry_Pi
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[21:24] <pigeta1> M1C4HTRON: you ping pi?
[21:24] <pigeta1> you enable ssh from rasp-conf?
[21:24] <axion> novaflash: get "parted", it will do it all for you
[21:25] <pksato> M1C4HTRON13: host and Pi is in same network?
[21:25] <axion> gparted if yu want a gui
[21:25] <M1C4HTRON13> same network
[21:25] <M1C4HTRON13> pings fine
[21:25] <M1C4HTRON13> ping 109.76.77.48
[21:25] <M1C4HTRON13> PING 109.76.77.48 (109.76.77.48) 56(84) bytes of data.
[21:25] <M1C4HTRON13> 64 bytes from 109.76.77.48: icmp_req=1 ttl=255 time=1.30 ms
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[21:28] <wubino> anyway to setup a pi just over local ethernet?
[21:28] <pksato> Pi and Host conected to some switch?
[21:28] <pigeta1> M1C4HTRON13: enable ssh on pi?
[21:28] <axion> M1C4HTRON13: the server you are connecting to is REALLY old
[21:28] <axion> dropbear 0.36 that is
[21:28] <wubino> I started using Arch and openssh loads automatically
[21:29] <M1C4HTRON13> do I need to update something axion
[21:29] <mhz> did you try to force -1 ?
[21:29] <mhz> M1C4HTRON13 ^
[21:29] <axion> there is a protocol compatibility problem between your client and server. use the same version for each
[21:29] <novaflash> thanks shiftplusone, i'll give that page a try - that what was i was looking for
[21:29] <axion> or at least the same implementation
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[21:30] <ShiftPlusOne> novaflash: good luck
[21:30] <novaflash> heh, /dev/mmcblk0 - what a name
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[21:31] <M1C4HTRON13> ssh pi@109.76.77.48 -1
[21:31] <M1C4HTRON13> Protocol major versions differ: 1 vs. 2
[21:32] <M1C4HTRON13> how can I do that axion
[21:32] <M1C4HTRON13> do I need to update ssh?
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[21:32] <axion> the server is not running openssh, the tried and true linux ssh implementation
[21:32] <wubino> any os to use the pi just over the network?
[21:32] <axion> your client is however. fix your server machine's software
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[21:33] <M1C4HTRON13> the server machine is the machine I'm connecting from?
[21:33] <ShiftPlusOne> wubino: you can use any pi distro just over the network. There's nothing wrong with having things you don't use installed. However, Arch doesn't come with X11 preinstalled and hexxeh has cutdown raspbian images as well if you're interested.
[21:34] <ShiftPlusOne> http://www.raspbian.org/HexxehImages
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[21:34] <wubino> I just want to ssh in and out no windowing necessary
[21:34] <axion> no thats your client. your server is the one offering the service
[21:35] <ShiftPlusOne> wubino: just because windowing is available, doesn't mean you have to use it. You can install or uninstall whatever you want on any distro, so that shouldn't be a factor. Use the distro you're comfortable with.
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[21:35] <M1C4HTRON13> thats the pi?
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[21:36] <thogue> adafruit low pro sdcard adapter does not fit inside pibow very well, fits but over snug imo.
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[21:37] <wubino> I ask becuase the intro blog posts suggest a HID is necessary just for the pi
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[21:37] <ShiftPlusOne> wubino: nope, ssh is enabled by default on the major distros AFAIK.
[21:37] <ShiftPlusOne> at least raspbian and arch
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[21:39] <novaflash> hm strange, getting input output errors while doing the online resizing, just like with the automated thing. i guess i'll have to try leaving some space at the end.
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[21:39] <axion> M1C4HTRON13: try to ssh using your private lan ip, rather than your internet ip
[21:40] <ShiftPlusOne> novaflash: any chance your card is just bad?
[21:40] <novaflash> this is the second card of the same type i've tried
[21:40] <novaflash> i doubt they're BOTH bad
[21:40] <axion> i have a feeling you are connecting to your router's ssh server, with quite outdated software
[21:40] <novaflash> and they're both new
[21:41] <novaflash> and if i create an extra partition and mkfs.ext4 on that it's fine
[21:41] <novaflash> it only the online resizing that fails hard
[21:41] <novaflash> it's *
[21:41] <ShiftPlusOne> axion: well spotted, since I can't see an easy way for dropbear to end up on a pi without the owner knowing it happened.
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[21:42] <axion> yeah
[21:43] <ShiftPlusOne> novaflash: can you pastebin the commands you're typing and the output?
[21:44] <mhz> apt-cache search dropbear
[21:44] <mhz> dropbear - lightweight SSH2 server and client
[21:44] <mhz> would be pretty easy to do that really
[21:44] <novaflash> ShiftPlusOne: sure i'll run it through again now and see what happens - this time leaving a small margin at the end
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[21:50] <skanadian> it seems *start.elf is missing from /boot on the git
[21:50] <skanadian> are the different elfs for memory splits available somewhere else?
[21:51] <ShiftPlusOne> skanadian: get with the times. The memory split is defined in confix.txt now =)
[21:51] <skanadian> thanks, that points me in the right direction, i haven't picked up my pi in a while
[21:52] <ShiftPlusOne> good luck
[21:52] <novaflash> ShiftPlusOne: i can give you the whole pastebin but i think my problem is related to a shitty SD brand
[21:53] <novaflash> i think i'll try a sandisk or something tomorrow
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[21:53] <ShiftPlusOne> Yeah that's probably it
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[21:53] <ShiftPlusOne> There's a verified peripherals list you might want to check first
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[21:53] <ShiftPlusOne> http://www.elinux.org/RPi_VerifiedPeripherals look under sd cards
[21:54] <novaflash> thanks i'll have a look
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[21:55] <novaflash> thanks for all the help. cya later.
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[22:09] <Lartza> Does the Raspberry Pi have ability to connect with serial? I think it does
[22:09] <ShiftPlusOne> absolutely
[22:09] <Lartza> Hmm
[22:09] <ShiftPlusOne> just make sure it's 3.3v
[22:09] <Lartza> And I think I can do http://postimage.org/image/4833l97sn/ without the MAX232 since it is 3.3?
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[22:10] <ShiftPlusOne> You wouldn't want to go near an rs232 port without knowing what you're doing
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[22:10] <ShiftPlusOne> those are fairly high voltage (for our purposes) AFAIK
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[22:11] <Lartza> ShiftPlusOne, Yeah but
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[22:11] <Lartza> ShiftPlusOne, RS232 is a PC in that diagram, converted to 3V through MAX232 but with RPi I could connect straight to the TTL right?
[22:11] <ShiftPlusOne> from what?
[22:12] <ShiftPlusOne> rs232 straight to pi?
[22:12] <Lartza> Pi to TTL
[22:12] <Lartza> On the left
[22:12] <ShiftPlusOne> ah yes
[22:12] <ShiftPlusOne> afaik
[22:12] <Lartza> Yeah I don't know really that much better either ;)
[22:12] <ShiftPlusOne> just make sure it's 3.3v
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[22:13] <Lartza> Or fy my pi yeah ;P
[22:13] <Lartza> *fry
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[22:13] <Lartza> Thanks
[22:13] <ShiftPlusOne> the relevant info (pi's pinout) is here http://www.elinux.org/RPi_Low-level_peripherals
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[22:14] <Lartza> ShiftPlusOne, Yeah for some reason I just was in the impression that there was no serial even though it is there in the GPIO's and I've read that packe multiple times
[22:15] <Lartza> ShiftPlusOne, Though it had some pins as DNC then so not sure what updated when ;)
[22:15] <ShiftPlusOne> good luck with it
[22:15] <Lartza> Yeah :D Thank you
[22:16] <scummos> apparently the DNCs were just "i don't know what this is" moments of the person who drew that diagram
[22:16] <scummos> from what i heard
[22:16] <Lartza> scummos, Could be
[22:16] <ShiftPlusOne> the DNCs are mostly either GND or +5V
[22:16] <Lartza> Gosh I really want a rev2 board...
[22:16] <Lartza> I'ts like Apple
[22:16] <Lartza> I have this relatively new device, but there is an even newer one ;)
[22:16] <scummos> but unlike apple it's $25
[22:17] <Lartza> Yeah well
[22:17] <Lartza> More like 40$
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[22:17] <Lartza> But still
[22:17] <ShiftPlusOne> Meh, I'll wait until they actually change something major, like pick a usb/ethernet chip that works properly
[22:17] <Lartza> Yeah I don't need the rev2 at all so that's why I am not getting it
[22:17] <Lartza> That and the queue
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[22:21] <tanuva> ShiftPlusOne: don't they?
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[22:22] <ShiftPlusOne> tanuva: it gets a bit sketchy, but I don't know the specifics.
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[22:34] <phire> ShiftPlusOne, usb is part of the soc
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[22:34] <phire> the only way out is to find a software fix
[22:35] <ShiftPlusOne> oh yeah... my brain is really derpy lately
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[22:35] <phire> The problem is the soc just doesn't have a high speed generic io bus
[22:35] <phire> apart from usb
[22:35] <phire> unless you can abuse the camera/display interfaces
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[22:36] <ShiftPlusOne> Is that looking possible at this stage?
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[22:37] <phire> we don't have enough information
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[22:37] <ShiftPlusOne> alright, thanks for the info.
[22:37] <phire> I'm guessing the camera interface will be easy to reroute
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[22:38] <phire> but the display interface might be hardwired to only output video
[22:38] <phire> Actually, I wonder if it supports sdio
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[22:40] <CelticTurnip> hi all
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[22:44] <Armand> Hi, CelticTurnip
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[22:51] <Armand> The Patriot! \o/
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[23:00] <gordonDrogon> anything exciting this evening then?
[23:01] <echelon> no
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[23:01] <eojflowers> hi guys, I just got my rpi a few days ago and I have a few questions. I the FOX Link and 100 lights come on
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[23:01] <eojflowers> but then go off after a minute or so
[23:02] <eojflowers> is that normal?
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[23:02] <echelon> everyone that buys a dingleberry pi is a sucker
[23:03] <eojflowers> i tried 2 different power supplies and cords
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[23:03] <eojflowers> with only the sd card, power usb, and ethernet plugged in
[23:05] <axion> mA?
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[23:05] <eojflowers> 750
[23:05] <Sander^home> Does raspberry supports encoding of video in hardware?
[23:06] <linuxstb> Sander^home: Yes, there is a h264 encoder.
[23:06] <linuxstb> If by "in hardware" you mean on the GPU.
[23:06] <Sander^home> yep
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[23:07] <axion> Sander^home: not in hardware
[23:07] <axion> decoding, yes
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[23:08] <linuxstb> axion: The GPU supports h264 encoding.
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[23:08] <Sander^home> linuxstb, from any format to h264? or the other way?
[23:09] <frojnd> Hi there, I have raspberry pi B model 256MB ram. I'd like to overclock cpu and I'm wondering if there is any table that says how much is safe to overclock pi?
[23:09] <linuxstb> Sander^home: Yes, in theory it can transcode from any format it can decode (mpeg2, h264, mpeg-4 ASP or VC1). But I don't think anyone has released software to do it yet.
[23:10] <axion> oh hmm, i was thinking realtime encoding like some other devices i think
[23:10] <Sander^home> linuxstb, could it be done with mencoder or ffmpeg?
[23:11] <linuxstb> No, it needs a special tool written that sets up the appropriate openmax pipeline on the GPU and writes/reads the data appropriately.
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[23:11] <axion> gstreamer i assume
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[23:13] <linuxstb> No idea - I don't know anything about gstreamer. But it's a different task to a general-purpose transcoding tool like ffmpeg (which does the encoding/decoding in software).
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[23:15] <axion> even if the code was complete, the gpu can only handle 1920x1080@30
[23:16] <Ccy> Does so use alarmrpi ?
[23:16] <linuxstb> axion: You say that as if it's unimpressive for a $35 device ;)
[23:17] <axion> linuxstb: what i am saying is that means decoding the input format and encoding is not going to be close to realtime
[23:17] <axion> and the pi is not suitable for a realtime encoding device of any kind
[23:17] <linuxstb> Depends on what you're doing - e.g. HD decode, resize, and then SD encode may work in realtime.
[23:17] <Sander^home> axion, so you could use one pi for encoding, and another one for decoding?
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[23:18] <johang> not sure if it's capable of decode + encode 1080p30 at same time
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[23:18] <Ccy> ArchLinuxArm help ?
[23:18] <Sander^home> will it work to hook a webcam up to it?
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[23:19] <johang> Sander^home: using a two different pi's to decode and encode is rather difficult since there is no good interconnect (except ethernet)
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[23:20] <Sander^home> johang, I was thinking with ethernet.
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[23:21] <axion> raspberry pi as a frameserver...interesting
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[23:24] <johang> Sander^home: uncompressed 1080p30 is like 1Gbps
[23:25] <Sander^home> damn..
[23:26] <Sander^home> But I guess I don't need HD.
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[23:36] <volker-> hi
[23:37] <volker-> is there a ffmpeg/gstreamer omx h264 encoder (I only found decoder stuff)
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[23:46] <bootinfdsds> o/
[23:47] <CelticTurnip> \o
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