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IRC Log for 2012-12-05

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[0:07] <echelon> motorola lapdock available again for $40.. http://bensoutlet.com/products/motorola-lapdock-atrix-4g
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[0:09] <echelon> lol they're selling the same model for $50 while advertising that it works with rpi
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[0:15] <Linovia> mgottschlag: thanks for your help, mounting the other partition helped a lot
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[0:16] <Linovia> I just had something like a wrong contact with the SD card, but otherwise it worked well
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[0:16] <Linovia> booted on the networked, stoped the box, watched in the SD card logs the ip, restarted the raspberrypi and sshed into
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[0:18] <frikinz> you should probably begin by running raspi-config
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[0:19] <Linovia> let's see that
[0:19] <frikinz> there are a few intersting pi specific configuration options
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[0:20] <Linovia> this is under way
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[0:51] <hrebicek_wfh> I repeated my emergency/safe mode switch test on my Rpi using the sd image form 2012-10-28, it happily ignored the switch
[0:51] <hrebicek_wfh> anyone a hint, how to upgrade the first stage bootloader? (I suspect it is responsible for safe mode boot)
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[0:58] <ParkerR_> hrebicek_wfh, rpi-update may do it
[0:58] <ParkerR_> Not sure
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[0:59] <mgottschlag> indeed, rpi-update updates everything involved in the boot process except on-chip rom
[0:59] <ParkerR_> hrebicek_wfh, https://github.com/Hexxeh/rpi-update/
[0:59] <ParkerR_> Instructions on page
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[1:02] <[diecast]> http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/themagpi/the-magpi-magazine-from-virtual-to-reality
[1:02] <[diecast]> Raspberry Pi Magazine
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[1:05] <hrebicek_wfh> ParkerR_, thanks will check it again (last time said already up-to-date)
[1:07] <hrebicek_wfh> aha, it exhausted my root partition, will reverse-engineer the script
[1:08] <frikinz> With which gcc options is raspbian built? I see from readelf output arch v6, VFPv2, HardFP_use: SP and DP, VFP_args: VFP registers
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[1:09] <frikinz> Not sure what to put to gcc to get the best out of the architecture we have
[1:09] <plugwash> -march=armv6 -mfpu=vfp -mfloat-abi=hard are the main ones iirc
[1:10] <plugwash> but that is a pretty conservative set because at the time we set things up we were thinking that raspbian may also want to support similar devices and we weren't sure how the mess of armv6 variants fitted together
[1:10] <plugwash> aiui though the differences between different armv6 variants don't matter much for normal code
[1:10] <plugwash> (i'm not an arm architecture expert though :( )
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[1:11] <frikinz> plugwash: thank you. I have to tweak a few things then at my toolchain doesn't like hard float :(
[1:11] <frikinz> me neither but I went so far to download the pdf of arm eabi and others
[1:11] <Disconnect> hard float is pretty huge for most things
[1:12] <plugwash> btw DON'T use -mthumb
[1:12] <Disconnect> download or download and read? :)
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[1:12] <frikinz> Disconnect: I read the acronyms, that's a start! :)
[1:12] <Disconnect> hehe
[1:13] <frikinz> pi/arm-2011.03/bin/arm-none-linux-gnueabi-ld: error: /tmp/ccCLirGj.o uses VFP register arguments, hello does not
[1:13] <frikinz> humm :(
[1:13] <frikinz> I use scratchbox2 and code sourcery cross compilation toolchain
[1:14] <plugwash> note that you can't really pass -mfloat-abi=hard on the command line for a build and expect things to work, your libraries all need to be built with it
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[1:14] <plugwash> which practically speaking means you have to put it in the defaults when building your toolchain
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[1:17] <frikinz> Yes. I had thought code sourcery would support it. have to check
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[1:20] <frikinz> that's gcc 4.5.2. hum well, I can't expect to have everything running in 2 hours..
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[1:21] <plugwash> mmm, we have a gcc-4.5 package in raspbian but I bet it's been HEAVILLY patched by debian.....
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[1:31] <frikinz> include <gnu/stubs-hard.h>
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[1:31] <frikinz> file missing. so this toolchain doesn't seem to be able to do hard float
[1:32] <frikinz> is there an already done toolchain that works?
[1:32] <hrebicek_wfh> the hackes are not sleeping:
[1:32] <hrebicek_wfh> Dec 5 01:31:22 raspberrypi sshd[2393]: pam_unix(sshd:auth): authentication failure; logname= uid=0 euid=0 tty=ssh ruser= rhost=95.163.78.113 user=root
[1:32] <hrebicek_wfh> Dec 5 01:31:23 raspberrypi sshd[2393]: Failed password for root from 95.163.78.113 port 53248 ssh2
[1:33] <frikinz> hrebicek_wfh: I get thousands of this. block them :)
[1:33] <frikinz> I'm thinking of putting a honeypot on the pi in fact
[1:33] <hrebicek_wfh> as you see the log entry it is denied
[1:34] <frikinz> hrebicek_wfh: i mean block them on the firewall after 5 attempts
[1:34] <frikinz> something like fail2ban or ossec
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[1:34] <hrebicek_wfh> frikinz: use the linaro toolchain, my running kernel made with it
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[1:35] <frikinz> hrebicek_wfh: ok. I actually first tried qemu from linaro before going back to debian qemu as it seems to work the same. (qemu needed for scratchbox2). Okay, then I'll have to dig a bit more in their git repo
[1:35] <frikinz> hrebicek_wfh: thanks!
[1:35] <hrebicek_wfh> frikinz: I permit 4 attempts per hour per class A net
[1:36] <atouk> create a script "enter email to send password reset", then use that to sign them up for various "interesting" mailing lists
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[1:36] <philkill> I am trying the smbus python library for the first time and I am having a rough time finding the syntax of the functions, anyone know a good website that describes the different functions in the library? Particularly, I am interested in knowing how to specify which register you want to read from once you've specified the bus and the device address.
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[1:44] <djura-san> greetings. i have one question: rpi is able to play 1080p from external usb 2.0 hdd (spining at 5400) smoothly, right?
[1:44] <djura-san> (actually, i have a bunch of questions)
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[1:53] <Disconnect> djura-san: that depends on a bunch of things, including the encoding of the stream. but yes, it is possible to play 1080 on the pi
[1:54] <Disconnect> (uncompressed 1080p is about 95 megs a second. it can't do that. poorly compressed streams will outrun the drive pretty quickly, so it might not be able to play them..)
[1:54] <djura-san> thank you Disconnect. I also have a few more questions, if you can answer (or anyone else).
[1:54] <Disconnect> and fwiw i had to overclock a bit (using the supported settings from raspi-config) to get it totally smooth
[1:54] <frikinz> daggy@localhost:~/pi/dev$ ~/pi/gcc-linaro-arm-linux-gnueabihf-4.7-2012.11-20121123_linux/bin/arm-linux-gnueabihf-gcc -march=armv6 -mfpu=vfp -mfloat-abi=hard -o hello hello.c
[1:54] <frikinz> hello.c: In function ???main???:
[1:55] <frikinz> hello.c:5:8: sorry, unimplemented: Thumb-1 hard-float VFP ABI
[1:55] <djura-san> i see. That means that 720p will work like a charm :)
[1:55] <djura-san> (on default cpu speed)
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[1:55] <Disconnect> if its properly compressed, etc.
[1:55] <Disconnect> maybe.
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[1:59] <hrebicek_wfh> frikinz: of course the kernel is not using the vfp, so the linaro toolkit only ok for the kernel. (BTW you have all the i386 libs?)
[1:59] <hrebicek_wfh> installed
[1:59] <djura-san> anyway, i plan to replace my desktop with RPi but i'm stuck with some things. I'm not sure how much is RPi heating (@700MHz). On reddit i found that clocked cpu is about 50*C and that seems okay. How about default one (non overclocked)?
[2:00] <hrebicek_wfh> between 40 and 50
[2:00] <frikinz> hrebicek_wfh: yes I'd like to rebuild packages, not the kernel. i386 libs, well, yes, plenty :)
[2:01] <frikinz> armv7 works..
[2:01] <frikinz> but I already had this for armv7 :)
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[2:02] <djura-san> hrebicek_wfh: thank you for answer.
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[2:03] <hrebicek_wfh> frikinz: bad news. I'll wait till January - when the 512MB Rpi is scheduled) with userspace
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[2:04] <hrebicek_wfh> maybe some Rpi fountation patches to gcc will help with v6 vfp
[2:05] <djura-san> And my last ones: Can i use usb 3.0 external hdd on RPi? I know that it is using 2.0 but i'm not sure how this usb thingie goes anymore.
[2:05] <hrebicek_wfh> someone on #raspbian mentioned them
[2:06] <djura-san> and: will i be able to connect dvi to hdmi so i can connect my monitor? It seems like the easiest way
[2:06] <hrebicek_wfh> djura-san: nope, the USB HCI is only 2.0 on Rpi
[2:07] <hrebicek_wfh> a hdmi-to-DVB converter will help
[2:07] <djura-san> okay, thank you. I will start buying components before i get RPi :)
[2:07] <hrebicek_wfh> of sourse if USB2.0 speed satisfies you it might work, but the usb is weak on Rpi
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[2:08] <hrebicek_wfh> even compared to USB2.0 standard, maybe a driver issue
[2:08] <djura-san> hm, maybe that will get fixed in future. Who knows
[2:09] <hrebicek_wfh> I noticed mmc updates in last kernel. Dunno the 3.6 rebase will help or not
[2:10] <hrebicek_wfh> with USB
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[2:10] <somechineseguy_> Which logfile do I look at to troubleshoot nfs mount problems?
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[2:12] <hrebicek_wfh> /var/log/kernel log on server, maybe /var/log/daemon.log on client
[2:13] <hrebicek_wfh> if you use the in-kernel NFS server, otherwise also daemon.log on server too
[2:13] <hrebicek_wfh> but not pretty sure
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[2:53] <FliesLikeABrick> hey all - is the gertboard available for [pre?]order anywhere?
[2:54] <FliesLikeABrick> (USA) I checked newark/element4 but they don't seem to have it any more/currently
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[3:43] <pksato> I spent part of the day drawing a GPIO to breadboard adapter, with 3.3V protection. Now, I dont have means to make dual side PCB.
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[3:56] <SpeedEvil> you canngenerally rearrange simple circuits to one-sided
[3:56] <SpeedEvil> it is an art
[3:56] <SpeedEvil> ##electronics may be willing to help
[3:58] <pksato> I try sigle side, but, its is not possible.
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[4:01] <plugwash> can you modify the design so that it can be used with wired-through connections from side to side and/or components soldered on both sides (this is doable for some through-hole components) rather than plated through holes?
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[4:01] <plugwash> if so it should be possible to make it in a homebrew PCB setup
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[4:03] <pksato> wire wrap is more easy. only need a some "base". And can make in 3D.
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[4:06] <pksato> http://img594.imageshack.us/img594/3163/rpigpiokey.png
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[4:08] <SpeedEvil> remember you can freely swap pins
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[4:37] <blocky> what is the wait time like in canada for a model B?
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[4:41] <pkircher> like everwhere i guess up to 3-4 weeks
[4:41] <plugwash> depends who you buy it from and when. Right now MCM claim to have stock
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[4:41] <blocky> i saw something on newark's site that said shipping march 2013
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[4:42] <pkircher> plugwash: same with farnell in the UK clames to have it stock as well
[4:42] <pkircher> but deliver time is 3-4 weeks
[4:43] <plugwash> sometimes the automated shipping estimation systems come out with crazy numbers
[4:43] <plugwash> *shipping time estimation
[4:44] <somechineseguy_> i'm using openelec, i browse to my NFS, and it sees folders, but none of the files show up, why would that happen?
[4:44] <plugwash> umm farnell in the UK does not currently claim to have it in stock, they claim it is currently "awaiting delivery"
[4:45] <pksato> Santa buy all PIes. :)
[4:45] <blocky> mcm seems to want me to submit my credit card info with the shipping cost listed as TBD
[4:46] <blocky> something tells me that's not a good idea
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[5:07] <Macer> are there any pi cases with a built in ir receiver?
[5:07] <Macer> for the gpio? :)
[5:08] <Macer> i mnaged to get one working but it sure looks ugly as sin
[5:08] <Macer> i'd even take just an attachment that looks a bit better than my wired up method heh
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[5:42] <Porpado_> Anyone know how to configure the keyboard. I have this gear head mini keyboard and the key mapping is jacked up
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[5:46] <Jibual> Hi I just got my wi-pi and my raspberry detects it fine but when i ty to connect to a network I get:
[5:46] <Jibual> wpa_supplicant: /sbin/wpa_supplicant daemon failed to start
[5:46] <Jibual> run-parts: /etc/network/if-pre-up.d/wpasupplicant exited with return code 1
[5:46] <Jibual> Segmentation fault
[5:46] <Jibual> wpa_supplicant: /sbin/wpa_supplicant daemon failed to start
[5:46] <Jibual> run-parts: /etc/network/if-pre-up.d/wpasupplicant exited with return code 1
[5:46] <Jibual> Segmentation fault
[5:46] <Jibual> wpa_supplicant: /sbin/wpa_supplicant daemon failed to start
[5:46] <Jibual> run-parts: /etc/network/if-pre-up.d/wpasupplicant exited with return code 1
[5:46] <Jibual> Segmentation fault
[5:46] <Jibual> wpa_supplicant: /sbin/wpa_supplicant daemon failed to start
[5:46] <Jibual> run-parts: /etc/network/if-pre-up.d/wpasupplicant exited with return code 1
[5:46] <Jibual> Segmentation fault
[5:46] <Jibual> wow sorry for repeating so many times accident
[5:47] <Jibual> root@raspberrypi:~# wpa_passphrase ssid pass testing
[5:47] <Jibual> Segmentation fault
[5:47] <Jibual> wpa_passphrase jus seg faults
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[5:48] <Jibual> any ideas?
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[5:50] <ParkerR_> Sombody try this and tell me if it streams http://75.130.66.184:8080/?action=stream
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[5:53] <Porpado_> yes
[5:53] <Porpado_> fuck you
[5:53] <ParkerR_> Haha sorry was messing with some friends
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[5:54] <ShiftPlusOne> watch the language, please.
[5:54] <Jibual> has anyone set a raspberry pi B with the wi-pi adapter?
[5:55] <exobuzz> ParkerR_, hi btw :)
[5:56] <ParkerR_> exobuzz, Oh hey
[5:56] <ParkerR_> Btw thats streaming from the Pi :D
[5:56] <exobuzz> aah nice!
[5:56] <exobuzz> seems to work well
[5:56] <ParkerR_> I can up that a little bit
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[5:58] <ParkerR_> exobuzz, Reload
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[5:59] <exobuzz> aah even more res
[5:59] <exobuzz> myeterious moving blanket on sofa. oh wait. a cat ?
[5:59] <exobuzz> mysterious
[5:59] <ParkerR_> Dog
[6:00] <exobuzz> wops. dog.. heh
[6:00] <exobuzz> low light :)
[6:00] <ParkerR_> Yeah..
[6:00] <ParkerR_> This camera is much better with more light
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[6:01] <captbaritone> ParkerR_: What are we watching?
[6:01] <ParkerR_> My Pi streaming a webcam
[6:01] <CelticTurnip> so ShiftPlusOne how long do bans last here? ackthet wants back in...
[6:01] <ParkerR_> And thats me on my couch
[6:03] <ShiftPlusOne> CelticTurnip: CelticTurnip: normally permanently, but if I recall correctly ackthet didn't go too overboard. Was the the cook islands guy?
[6:03] <ShiftPlusOne> *that
[6:03] <CelticTurnip> that's him
[6:04] <exobuzz> how do you get banned ? :)
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[6:05] <CelticTurnip> cheers :)
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[6:06] <ShiftPlusOne> exobuzz: usually repeatedly swearing on purpose
[6:06] <ackthet> guilty
[6:06] <exobuzz> aah
[6:06] <CelticTurnip> ackthet: it's not your fault you're a nuclear physicist you don't know any better :)
[6:07] <ackthet> its true
[6:07] <ackthet> the radiation burnt out my swear filter
[6:07] <ackthet> i might use a regex on this channel
[6:07] <CelticTurnip> ^__^
[6:07] <ackthet> to convert my swears to farscape
[6:07] <ackthet> .au stylein
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[6:08] <CelticTurnip> ackthet: speaking of swearing I just pulled a 800MB update here for a Mac, download = corrupt :)
[6:08] <CelticTurnip> go Apple! :D
[6:08] <ackthet> woot
[6:08] <ackthet> but TCP
[6:09] <ackthet> cannot be corrupt
[6:09] <CelticTurnip> I live on the edge, unplugged the patch lead and connected to a nearby open wireless network :-/
[6:09] <CelticTurnip> might go knocking on doors, and when I find them tell them I want better wifi :)
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[6:21] <lunra> re TCP cannot be corrupt, checksum collisions can and do happen
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[6:24] <brady2600> hey guys
[6:24] <brady2600> my goal tonight is to get my raspberry pi accessiable via the internet
[6:25] <captbaritone> brady2600: Where are you stuck?
[6:25] <brady2600> i have successfully connected to it via tightvncviewr, and have also successfully connected to it via ssh
[6:25] <brady2600> well , part of the issue is that i have two routers
[6:25] <brady2600> i have the main crappy one provided by my isp, and a linksys one
[6:26] <brady2600> the goal is the have the isp one in the house, then a line run from that out to the garage, where the other one will be hooked up
[6:27] <brady2600> ive set up a no-ip.com account, and have gotten the updating program running on the pi
[6:27] <captbaritone> brady2600: Hmm
[6:27] <brady2600> yes. thats exactly what i said.
[6:27] <captbaritone> brady2600: And is the no-ip url redirecting to your external ip?
[6:28] <brady2600> when i try to access bradyrose.no-ip.com, it doesnt arrive to my webserver, nor have i been able to ssh to it. im not sure even if that works, ssh'ing to something like bradyrose.no-ip.com
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[6:29] <CelticTurnip> have you set up port forwarding on your internet facing router?
[6:29] <CelticTurnip> also what's the 2nd router for, it sounds like you actually need a switch
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[6:29] <brady2600> well. the second router is because i have it.
[6:30] <captbaritone> brady2600: The first thing to confirm would be that the no-ip account is configured correctly. Do you know your external ip?
[6:30] <brady2600> i just figured that when i get the ethernet connection run over to the garage, that i would want to have the option of splitting it to have multiple devises
[6:30] <brady2600> well you mentioned port forwarding, and i don't believe i have that done
[6:30] <CelticTurnip> yeah that's called a switch, you don't need a second router :)
[6:30] <brady2600> can't use a router as a switch?
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[6:31] <CelticTurnip> like captbaritone says make sure no-ip is running, ping your no-ip address and make sure it matches your external address, then configure port forwarding
[6:31] <brady2600> sorry. . just trying to be thrifty, if thats a bad idea i can just run the one wire, have that for the pi, and later get a switch if i need to have more devises hooked up
[6:31] <captbaritone> A nice way to see what your external ip is with this command: "curl icanhazip.com"
[6:32] <captbaritone> See if that matches the output of "ping bradyrose.no-ip.com"
[6:35] <brady2600> ping unknown host bradyrose.no-ip.com
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[6:35] <brady2600> humm..
[6:36] <captbaritone> brady2600: So now you can do one of two things, try to debug why the no-ip updater on your pi is not working, or login to the no-ip site and set it manually, so that you can get playing with your port forwarding
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[6:37] <brady2600> well.. i think it might because its hooked up to the second router
[6:37] <captbaritone> Can the pi ping google.com?
[6:38] <brady2600> yes
[6:38] <captbaritone> For the no-ip update to work, all it should need is to be able to connect to the no-ip server.
[6:38] <captbaritone> So I doubt the second router has anything to do with no-ip not having the right ip address for your account.
[6:39] <brady2600> ive noticed when i hook the raspberry pi to the main router, that i can't ssh or vnc to it.
[6:39] <captbaritone> But the second router may complicate the port forwarding issue.
[6:39] <captbaritone> Are you sshing to it by it's ip address or it's host name?
[6:39] <brady2600> i think this is because its not within the range of ip address's given by the main router?
[6:39] <brady2600> ip address
[6:39] <brady2600> i set up a static ip address on the raspberry pi
[6:40] <brady2600> 192.168.1.99
[6:40] <captbaritone> Well let's deal with one thing at a time here.
[6:40] <captbaritone> Do you want to figure out the port forwarding, or the no-ip updating?
[6:41] <brady2600> however in the router, the dhcp issues address's 192,168.0.2 - 192.168.0.254
[6:41] <brady2600> sorry i just wanted to get that out there.. ill do whatever you want me to do
[6:41] <CelticTurnip> your network is misconfigured :)
[6:41] <captbaritone> haha, I'm not your boss ;)
[6:42] <CelticTurnip> if you want to give your Pi a static IP it has to match your local network
[6:42] <CelticTurnip> start there, worry about everything else later
[6:42] <brady2600> yeah, i think i configured one router correctly, and then didn't do it on the other one.
[6:43] <CelticTurnip> you really don't want to muck around with a second router at the moment
[6:43] <captbaritone> brady2600: Idealy, you would have one router handle DHCP and make sure the other one is just acting as a switch.
[6:43] <brady2600> so perhaps i change my beginning , ending ip address's and see if ssh connects?
[6:43] <brady2600> ill remove router 2 from the equation for now
[6:43] <captbaritone> I would get the pi on some sort of functioning network where you can ssh locally.
[6:43] <CelticTurnip> you need to log on to your router, see what the dhcp pool is, then give your Pi an IP outside of that address range
[6:43] <captbaritone> That sounds like a good starting place.
[6:44] <brady2600> well im looking at the dhcp settings page on the main (and now only) router
[6:44] <brady2600> i see the following fields:
[6:44] <brady2600> modem ip address
[6:44] <brady2600> beginning ip address
[6:45] <brady2600> ending ip address
[6:45] <brady2600> subnetmask
[6:45] <brady2600> then i see fields for lease times
[6:45] <CelticTurnip> okay what are beginning and ending addresses?
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[6:46] <brady2600> i just changed it to be 192.168.1.2 - 192.168.1.254 , previously it was 192.168.0.2 - 192.168.0.254
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[6:47] <CelticTurnip> okay you want to change it to something lower than 254... that's the dhcp pool, make it 192.168.1.2 192.168.1.99 for example and then give your Pi the static IP of 192.168.1.100
[6:48] <brady2600> well i happen to know my pi was set to a static ip of 192.168.1.99, so i assume that means i will just set the range up to .98 then
[6:48] <CelticTurnip> netmask, is the netmask on your router, gateway will be your routers IP address, dns will be your IP or something else if you need it... that'll get you up and running locally... youc an then forward to that address
[6:48] <CelticTurnip> yep, perfect :)
[6:50] <CelticTurnip> dns will be your routers ip... etc
[6:50] <CelticTurnip> anyway home time here, good luck with it...
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[6:52] <captbaritone> brady2600: Did that work?
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[6:55] <brady2600> ok i have hooked the pi to the router, so its gotta reboot first
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[6:59] <Jungle-Boogie> where you get the 2600 from, brady2600
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[7:00] <brady2600> not from being a leet haxzor
[7:00] <asaru> lol
[7:01] <Jungle-Boogie> :P
[7:01] <Jungle-Boogie> you're learning!
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[7:03] <captbaritone> g-night everyone. Girlfriend and the electric blanket are calling.
[7:03] <captbaritone> Goodluck brady2600!
[7:03] <brady2600> a long long time ago i went to computer camp. i got that handle and it never went away, mostly though lack of creativity.
[7:04] <asaru> i used to go to 2600 meetings
[7:04] <asaru> like 12 years ago
[7:04] <brady2600> successfully ssh'ed back into the raspberry pi, which was not possible before
[7:04] <brady2600> so thats good.
[7:04] <asaru> i dont think my town has those anymore
[7:04] <brady2600> going to start a vnc session.
[7:05] <brady2600> when i was in boarding school i built a redbox which we used on the payphone in our dorm
[7:06] <Jungle-Boogie> brady2600, if you were using two different routers with their own DHCP scope, you probably had double NAT issues
[7:06] <asaru> so why cant you get an ip on the school network?
[7:06] <brady2600> boarding school was a long time ago.
[7:07] <asaru> no i mean now, with your pi
[7:07] <brady2600> cause im not in school. im in the mountains in colorado these days.
[7:07] <asaru> i must have misread something
[7:07] <brady2600> lol i think two topics collided
[7:08] <asaru> or i mistook you for someone else lol
[7:08] <brady2600> hmm ping host bradyrose.no-ip.com still comes back as unknown host
[7:08] <brady2600> ahhhh
[7:08] <brady2600> i think i might know
[7:09] <brady2600> perhaps the no-ip client didn't load on boot
[7:09] <asaru> well good luck
[7:09] <brady2600> you going too?
[7:09] <asaru> yeah time for tv and bed
[7:10] <brady2600> whats up with yalls leet haxzors and the bedtime. I though every last one of you had at least 3 cases of mountain dew and jolt cola to drink so you can program till dawn.
[7:10] <asaru> lol
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[7:11] <brady2600> ok so i ran /etc./init.d/noip2 start
[7:12] <brady2600> Starting noip update client
[7:12] <brady2600> Can't locate configuration file /usr/local/etc/no-ip2.conf. (Try -c). Ending!
[7:12] <brady2600> thats strange.
[7:14] <brady2600> perhaps i could run commands like im installing it again?
[7:15] <Jungle-Boogie> i wish i could help but i don't use no-ip!
[7:15] <Jungle-Boogie> do you have access to your main router?
[7:16] <brady2600> its attached to the wall in my bedroom, if i give him 5 bucks , he'll let me into the club.
[7:16] <brady2600> not entirely sure by what you ment by access though.
[7:17] <Jungle-Boogie> well this is what I do.
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[7:18] <Jungle-Boogie> i have a router with ddwrt and i have a domain. i setup the nameserver records at https://freedns.afraid.org/ and then created an a record for just any domain hello.example.com
[7:19] <Jungle-Boogie> then just figure out my IP address assigned by ISP and set that up it freeDNS
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[7:20] <Jungle-Boogie> so the router has a client to talk to freeDNS and tell it my IP every few days. my IP doesn't change a lot, though
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[7:25] <brady2600> is there and xserver on raspbian? or is that something i would need to install
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[7:28] <applegekko> xorg or wayland
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[7:36] <VanDyke> turns out the HP power adapter for the touchpad doesn't really work with the RPo
[7:36] <VanDyke> RPi
[7:36] <VanDyke> even though it's supposed to provide 2A
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[7:39] <ParkerR_> VanDyke, Aww
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[8:30] <applegekko> i have some cheap crappy usb hub with power adaptor, but when i plug in an 2.5 external drive it doesn't power it up
[8:30] <applegekko> but when i unplug the pi it gets power from the hub, this is broke right?
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[8:35] <ParkerR_> AHA! Figured out why PiBang was not booting into a terminal on tty1. In the first run I said to not run x at boot but since it expects you too it just leaves off the tty1 line in /etc/inittab.
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[8:47] <Jck_true> applegekko: How much does the adapter provide?
[8:48] <applegekko> the plug says 5v 2 a Jck_true
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[8:49] <Jck_true> applegekko: Weird indeed
[8:50] <brady2600> although the site is no-ip.com, the actual address ive been given is actually bradyrose.no-ip.org
[8:51] <brady2600> but still, when i ssh thomaswoods@bradyrose.no-ip.com , it times out
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[9:34] <sraue> somechineseguy, http://wiki.xbmc.org/index.php?title=NFS search for "insecure"
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[9:38] <frogman1984> sraue, whats that?
[9:39] <sraue> ?
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[9:56] <frogman1984> "insecure"??
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[10:08] <booyaa> breaka breaka
[10:09] <booyaa> definitely a netsplit happening
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[10:09] <brady2600> booya. are you any good at configuring routers
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[10:10] <booyaa> brady2600: no not really, what's the question though?
[10:10] <booyaa> what type of router?
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[10:10] <brady2600> ZyXEL PK5000Z
[10:10] <brady2600> ive set up a no-ip.com account, and configured the client on the raspberry pi
[10:11] <booyaa> go on
[10:11] <brady2600> i can pin the address, bradyrose.no-ip.org , and confirm that its the same as my ip address
[10:11] <brady2600> sorry , ping
[10:11] <booyaa> heh are you typing this on an iphone
[10:11] <brady2600> but when i ssh to the adddress, it times out
[10:11] <booyaa> slowest typer in the world ;)
[10:11] <brady2600> thanks
[10:11] <booyaa> did you set up port forwarding?
[10:12] <brady2600> yes, port 22, 80
[10:12] <neilr> sshd running on the pi?
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[10:12] <brady2600> ssh? yes, i can ssh to it via the local network
[10:12] <Macer> some providers block 22 for administrative reasons.. did you try forwarding an oddball port to 22 and see if it works?
[10:12] <booyaa> mmm ping is no guarentee you're just hitting your router
[10:13] <booyaa> if you can shift to 443
[10:13] <booyaa> in your sshd config
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[10:13] <booyaa> give it a try that way, i've also seen isp block port 80
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[10:14] <booyaa> if your router is smart it'll let you map the external port 443 to internal port 22
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[10:14] <brady2600> im not sure what you mean by shift to 443
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[10:14] <booyaa> k in your port forward confi
[10:14] <booyaa> can you read out the fields?
[10:14] <brady2600> sure one second
[10:14] <Macer> lol... brady2600 easier and quicker
[10:14] <Macer> router: open a port to 777 to the pi
[10:15] <booyaa> it should be source port/target host/target port
[10:15] <Macer> nano -w /etc/ssh/sshd_config
[10:15] <Macer> look for port 22
[10:15] <Macer> change it to 777
[10:15] <brady2600> ok.. now you guys are completely losing me
[10:15] <Macer> /etc/init.d/sshd restart
[10:15] <neilr> if you use a tool such as www.canyouseeme.org, what ports can you see open?
[10:15] <booyaa> brady2600: read out the config from this screen: http://screenshots.portforward.com/ZyXEL/PK5000Z/Port_Forwarding.htm
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[10:16] <brady2600> Success:??I can see your service on 71.218.246.17 on port (80)
[10:16] <brady2600> Your ISP is not blocking port 80
[10:16] <neilr> What about 22 >
[10:16] <neilr> ?
[10:16] <Macer> if you're using comcast they block 22 using their router
[10:16] <brady2600> rror:??I could not see your service on 71.218.246.17 on port (22)
[10:16] <brady2600> Reason:??Connection refused
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[10:18] <brady2600> Success:??I can see your service on 71.218.246.17 on port (22)
[10:18] <brady2600> Your ISP is not blocking port 22
[10:18] <brady2600> changed the port forwarding settings, let me check ssh
[10:19] <booyaa> mind you they might block 443, just tend to use it
[10:19] <Macer> brady2600: i can ssh to your box
[10:19] <Macer> :)
[10:19] <booyaa> because our web filter at work acn't detect me ssh back into my box
[10:19] <neilr> Heh. I can ssh to it from here. Looks like it's working
[10:19] <brady2600> humm.. its just sitting here
[10:20] <Macer> probably because you are using a local ip there
[10:20] <Macer> and an external ip here
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[10:20] <brady2600> hummm.. uhh. how could i.. not have that happen? lol.
[10:21] <Macer> well.... the easy way would be to edit a hosts file and point it to the ip of the box with the name you're using
[10:21] <Macer> a more complicated way would be to set up a local dns and point all your local computers at it
[10:21] <neilr> You can always see where the packets are dying with a traceroute on port 22 - tracroute nnn.nnn.nnn.nnn -p 22
[10:21] <Macer> which is what i did
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[10:21] <neilr> traceroute
[10:21] <neilr> not tracroute
[10:22] <Macer> tracer T!
[10:22] <brady2600> man. most of what you guys say goes right over my head.
[10:22] <booyaa> brady2600: please make sure you enable pubkey authing only unless you want to get brute forced
[10:22] <booyaa> brady2600: sokay you'll learn :)
[10:22] <Macer> haha
[10:22] <Macer> well
[10:22] <booyaa> brady2600: you'll earn that 26oo in tme
[10:22] <Macer> you can always just... use the ip to ssh ;)
[10:22] <Macer> hahaha
[10:23] <brady2600> how many more decades will it take?
[10:23] <brady2600> lol.
[10:23] <booyaa> brady2600: hahah not that much, is the pi your first linux computer?
[10:23] <Macer> brady2600: i had the same problem you're having... took me a week to figure out bind/named to set up a local dns :)
[10:23] <Macer> and that was going OCD on it
[10:24] <Macer> if you're using a windows machine there is a hosts file you can edit
[10:24] <Macer> and it looks ike .....
[10:24] <brady2600> i went to a computer camp when i was young , where we used linux at the university of michigan
[10:24] <Macer> 192.168.1.2 name name.domain.com
[10:24] <brady2600> but i was terrible at it then too. that was probably at least 12 years ago
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[10:30] <brady2600> macer, that last thing you said, was that an example for me?
[10:32] <neilr> looks like a hosts file entry - for a bit more information, try 'man hosts' from linux. I don't know Windows, sorry.
[10:33] <brady2600> im not on windows
[10:33] <brady2600> ubuntu , raspberry pi
[10:33] <neilr> OK - type 'man hosts' from a command line then - that gets you to the manpage on the hosts file
[10:35] <brady2600> and the manpage is used for?
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[10:45] <Macer> brady2600: sudo nano -w /etc/hosts
[10:45] <Macer> the format should be
[10:45] <Macer> ip <tab> hostname <tab> host.domain.com
[10:46] <Macer> ctrl+x , y, enter
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[10:51] <booyaa> you've killed him Macer ! damn you!
[10:51] <booyaa> that or you guys are pming lol
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[10:52] <Macer> naw.. he's fine
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[10:58] <booyaa> awesome thanks for helping him out
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[14:21] <sleepyheadz> Hello! I'm curious, will raspberrypi be enough for running a mail server and a website that uses ikiwiki?
[14:22] <ShiftPlusOne> I'd say it depends on the traffic.
[14:22] <nid0> depends how busy the site is
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[14:24] <sleepyheadz> Website has like 30 visits a day:)
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[14:26] <Jck_true> sleepyheadz: Easily :)
[14:26] <sleepyheadz> Jck_true: thanks :)
[14:27] <Jck_true> sleepyheadz: (This is under the limitation it's a personal site and not something your billion dollar company depends on)
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[14:28] <sleepyheadz> Jck_true: Yeah, I just want to host my humble website :P
[14:28] <Jck_true> I'm moving my own site when my domain has been registered :)
[14:29] <sleepyheadz> Jck_true: Another thing, what should I use for my mail server?
[14:29] <exobuzz> with 30 visits a day you could probably run it on a c64 (with contiki or lunix)
[14:29] <exobuzz> :)
[14:29] <sleepyheadz> exobuzz: :)) lol
[14:29] <Jck_true> sleepyheadz: Any standart linux server that builds on arm :)
[14:30] <Jck_true> sleepyheadz: And remember a backup when/if your sd card dies
[14:31] <sleepyheadz> Jck_true: Ok, thanks a lot. Good thing we have a company that sells RaspberryPI in Romania :)
[14:31] <sleepyheadz> Thanks a lot for the help.
[14:32] <Jck_true> sleepyheadz: Farnell should ship to romania too I guess :)
[14:32] <sleepyheadz> Jck_true: Yeah they do but you have to wait longer.
[14:33] <sleepyheadz> I kinda had this idea of moving from my current vps where I pay 15 euros/month and use very little of it's resources to a raspberrypi
[14:34] * gordonDrogon waves.
[14:34] <Jck_true> 20USD a month for mine - And i usee like 1gb bandwidth out of the 100 i got...
[14:34] <gordonDrogon> sleepyheadz, ?15 a month? I pay that a quarter for a cheap "disposable" VPS ...
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[14:35] <Jck_true> So yeah mine is getting tanked soonish :)
[14:35] <gordonDrogon> have to say the one I use has been more or less solid enough in the past 6 mohths that I've started to use it as a DNS server for my network.
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[14:35] <gordonDrogon> http://www.ovh.co.uk/dedicated_servers/kimsufi.xml
[14:35] <exobuzz> ovh.. ugh
[14:35] <sleepyheadz> :))
[14:36] <exobuzz> yeh mega cheap and you get what you pay for.. especially with their support
[14:36] <Jck_true> I'm on Linode - Epic support but oh well - I'never really used it
[14:36] <exobuzz> i host with http://www.mythic-beasts.com/ - small, talented bunch, who have connection with raspberry pi also
[14:36] <gordonDrogon> Hm. looks like they're putting their prices up for VPS hosting.
[14:36] <Jck_true> gordonDrogon: How much traffic does your blog generate?
[14:37] <nid0> gordonDrogon: yeah, the super cheap kimsufi deals are gone
[14:37] <nid0> they were basically always loss-leaders anyway, just filling unused capacity
[14:37] <gordonDrogon> Jck_true, my blog isn't hosted with them - I run my own set of servers in a UK data centre.
[14:37] <Jck_true> gordonDrogon: Aww :(
[14:37] <gordonDrogon> I've just paid for 6 months of the kimsufi server - at the old rate - cost me ?25 I think.
[14:37] <Jck_true> I had expected a raspberry cluster!
[14:38] <gordonDrogon> Jck_true, I'm currently seeing approx. 2500 visitors a day.
[14:38] <Jck_true> That's not so bad
[14:38] <gordonDrogon> which I'm led to believe is not bad for a personal site.
[14:38] <exobuzz> my hobby stuff is hosted on a mac mini
[14:38] <exobuzz> http://www.exotica.org.uk/wiki/ExoticA:Hosting
[14:38] <nid0> depends on the personal site :P
[14:38] <gordonDrogon> I'm only running webalyzer stats on it.
[14:38] <Jck_true> Well how much of that is wiringPi? :)
[14:38] <gordonDrogon> most of it is wiringPi...
[14:39] <Jck_true> nid0: Yeah my nude images doesn't even get a 5 hits a day
[14:39] <sleepyheadz> :))
[14:39] <gordonDrogon> although last week most of it was my local flood potos.
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[14:41] <nid0> Total Visits 4522504
[14:41] <sleepyheadz> :)) that s a lot of visits
[14:41] <nid0> thats a personal blog we host in August when it hit loads of news stories
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[14:45] <gordonDrogon> I'm not sure what webalyzer counts as a "hit" though.
[14:45] <nid0> any form of request
[14:45] <nid0> so 1 page view will = lots of hits
[14:45] <gordonDrogon> ok
[14:45] <gordonDrogon> seems ok performance wise though.
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[15:19] <laurent\> i read things about the rpi and the camera, what about using the rpi as a video encoder ? is the software only ready to encode a video stream from the camera or is it something modular we could for other purposes ?
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[15:22] <jelly1> laurent\: video encoder?
[15:23] <gordonDrogon> laurent\, I think there's a codec that will allow you to encode video - but you might have to buy it..
[15:23] <jelly1> super lame
[15:23] <exobuzz> you could use ffmpeg or something, but performance for encoding will probably not be great
[15:23] <jelly1> i'm pretty sure its superslow :p
[15:24] <exobuzz> depends on resolution/codec i guess
[15:24] <viric> I read somewhere that some binary lib can encode h264 realtime with the gpu, isn't it?
[15:24] <jelly1> the license keys are sad
[15:24] <jelly1> viric: what
[15:25] <jelly1> the gpu is very fast, but its sad that its not open
[15:25] <laurent\> h264 encoding is supposed to be free on rpi
[15:25] <laurent\> but it looks like there's no software to use it
[15:25] <viric> that's what I mean.
[15:25] <viric> I've read claims that there are closed binaries for that, somewhere
[15:25] <jelly1> i would love to let opencv use the GPU
[15:26] <jelly1> valid http://marc.info/?l=openbsd-misc&m=135109499020826&w=2
[15:26] <viric> "the BCM2835 has a VideoCore IV onboard, capable of Full HD (1080p) High Profile H.264 encoding and decoding."
[15:27] <jelly1> i wonder if i can use DSP
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[15:27] <laurent\> reading http://www.raspberrypi.org/archives/2555 it looks like the software is already there
[15:28] <jelly1> thats something else
[15:29] <laurent\> but is it a dedicated piece of software for the purpose of advertising the camera or is there a wish for adding support in existing softwares ?
[15:29] <Nachtengel> First goal with pi: activate wifi - successful! Now what? Lol.
[15:29] <jelly1> laurent\: what would you like todo with the camera?
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[15:31] <laurent\> jelly1: i don't want to do anything with the camera, i don't even want the camera :) the rpi has h264 encoding feature, i'd just like to use that to encode existing files (or mpeg2 dvb streams for example)
[15:33] <gordonDrogon> h264 is encumbered with patents and the patent holders need to be paid to use it.
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[15:33] <jelly1> lovely patents
[15:33] <gordonDrogon> lovely abused patent system.
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[15:34] <laurent\> http://www.raspberrypi.org/archives/tag/h-264
[15:34] <laurent\> "Alongside MPEG-2 support (which you\u2019ll have to pay for), we\u2019re making H.264 encode available for free. The hardware has always been capable of supporting H.264 encode, but we were under the misapprehension that encode required an additional licence fee, so were waiting until the camera board release (which is still coming later in the year) before spending the money to enable it."
[15:35] <laurent\> that's why I was refering to the camera thingy
[15:35] <jelly1> i must say xbmc menu's are moving fast now
[15:35] <jelly1> just rss being slow
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[16:07] <arcanescu> has anyone come across problems with the ftdi on the rpi? ... say writing data to /dev/ttyUSB0 ?
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[16:16] <jelly1> anyone having ideas how i can program the GPU?
[16:16] <jelly1> any docs?
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[16:20] <gordonDrogon> arcanescu, I've used it without any issues.
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[16:35] <rTiGd2> jelly1 : https://github.com/hermanhermitage/videocoreiv/wiki/VideoCore-IV-Programmers-Manual
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[16:36] <jelly1> found this one http://elinux.org/RPi_VideoCore_APIs
[16:36] <jelly1> assembly... it has been a long time
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[16:39] <Wojtulas> Anyone used Raspberry Pi with DVB-S2 Tuner?
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[16:45] <arcanescu> gordonDrogon: okay thanks
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[17:02] <opieng> how do you power your pi? I have going to use an Iphone 4 charger with usb power cable which fits into the pi.
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[17:10] <Nachtengel> Right now, I have a 5v adapter. Going to get a powered hub and power it that way instead. If possible, I want to power the hub off a battery pack. Don't know if it'll work though lol
[17:11] <gordonDrogon> The Pi's a bit hungry to power off bateries for too long..
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[17:12] <Nachtengel> Anker USB Power pack.
[17:13] <Disconnect> there is a battery solution in the wiki
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[17:16] <Nachtengel> Failing that, I intend on carrying my computer room wall on my back. It will be mobile.
[17:17] <Nachtengel> I'm going to look into that section. Thanks Disconnect.
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[17:18] <axion> http://www.aliexpress.com/store/product/3-in-1-DC-5V-15000mAh-9V-8500mAh-12V6500mAh-Super-Rechargeable-Lithium-ion-Battery-for-camera/901807_520254804.html
[17:18] <axion> that works well
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[17:19] <Nachtengel> Thanks for that Axion.
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[17:36] <Nachtengel> Now...to find wheels.
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[17:42] <ShiftPlusOne> jelly1: there are some c-like compilers for the videocore as well.
[17:43] <ShiftPlusOne> don't know how well they work
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[18:23] <upgrdman_> reading the broadcom periph datasheet. am i getting this right: arm physical address would be the address you use when doing bare-metal (no OS) firmware? arm virtual address would be used when writing programs/drivers for their linux kernel? and arm bus addresses are only used when doing DMA stuff?
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[18:35] <mischief> hi
[18:35] <mischief> has anyone successfully booted this image on model b http://downloads.raspberrypi.org/download.php?file=/images/raspbian/2012-10-28-wheezy-raspbian/2012-10-28-wheezy-raspbian.zip
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[18:36] <Ascoban> nabend
[18:36] <mischief> my rpi hangs while booting this image at [ 3.058789] smsc95xx 1-1.1:1.0: eth0: register 'smsc95xx' at usb-bcm2708_usb-1.1, smsc95xx USB 2.0 Ethernet, b8:27:eb:4f:07:54
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[18:39] <Peace-> hi there i have here my berry but i have a problem with my sd
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[18:40] <Peace-> after i did everything i can't mount i t
[18:40] <Peace-> ;:S
[18:40] <Peace-> i use linux
[18:40] <Peace-> can someone help me ?
[18:41] <Nachtengel> Peace: Which image are you trying?
[18:41] <Peace-> Nachtengel: the reccomeneded one
[18:41] <Peace-> wait
[18:42] <Peace-> Nachtengel: http://downloads.raspberrypi.org/images/raspbian/2012-10-28-wheezy-raspbian/2012-10-28-wheezy-raspbian.zip
[18:42] <mischief> that's what i got
[18:42] <Peace-> i have done the md5 thing
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[18:42] <mischief> it doesn't work :(
[18:42] <Peace-> and it's ok
[18:42] <Peace-> ah
[18:42] <Peace-> wtf
[18:43] <mischief> 09:51 <+mischief> my rpi hangs while booting this image at [ 3.058789] smsc95xx 1-1.1:1.0: eth0: register 'smsc95xx' at usb-bcm2708_usb-1.1, smsc95xx USB 2.0 Ethernet, b8:27:eb:4f:07:54
[18:43] <mischief> but our problems sound different
[18:43] <Nachtengel> I used Windows to create my SD card and didn't have a problem.
[18:44] <Nachtengel> Try a different image writer?
[18:44] <mischief> ???
[18:44] <mischief> i used dd lol
[18:44] <Ace2cat> same and worked
[18:44] <Peace-> i used dd
[18:44] <Peace-> :S
[18:45] <Peace-> i used this
[18:45] <Peace-> http://elinux.org/RPi_Easy_SD_Card_Setup#Copying_an_image_to_the_SD_card_in_Linux_.28command_line.29
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[18:46] <scummos> what's the problem exactly?
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[18:46] <Ace2cat> did you umount all sdd1 nor sdc1 nor sdc2 ?
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[18:49] <mischief> i guess i'll try to rewrite it
[18:49] <Peace-> i have umounted the stuff
[18:49] <Peace-> then i did the dd part
[18:49] <Peace-> then the syncr stuff
[18:50] <Nachtengel> Mischief do you have anything in your USB ports?
[18:50] <mischief> i assume you mean on the raspberry pi
[18:51] <mischief> no
[18:51] <mischief> i only have power and serial connected
[18:51] <Peace-> even me
[18:53] <Peace-> i have just the power and ethernet
[18:53] <Nachtengel> Only thing I can think of is a re-write. If you have access to a windows machine try win32 image writer maybe.
[18:53] <mischief> no
[18:53] <mischief> no windows
[18:53] <Peace-> :D i am only a linux user
[18:53] <Peace-> no windows at all
[18:54] <Nachtengel> I know, windows is not favourable lol, but it worked for me.
[18:54] <mischief> i'm only using linux to dump usb devices on the rpi :x
[18:54] <mischief> i'm working with plan 9 on the rpi
[18:55] <mischief> ok image is rewritten.. testing
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[18:55] <Peace-> i have tested 2 sd card
[18:55] <Peace-> bah
[18:55] <mischief> same error
[18:55] <mischief> i will try older sd card image
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[18:57] <mischief> where can i obtain an older debian image?
[18:57] <scummos> mischief: dd the image back from the card and re-check the checksum
[18:58] <mischief> how's that gonna work
[18:59] <mischief> the image is only 1.9GB but the sd card is 8gb
[18:59] <scummos> dd the first <n> bytes
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[19:01] <scummos> where n is the size of the image
[19:02] <mischief> -rw-r--r-- 1 mischief mischief 1939865600 Oct 28 16:01 2012-10-28-wheezy-raspbian.img
[19:02] <mischief> so dd if=/dev/mmcblk0 of=/tmp/pi.img bs=1 count=1939865600 ?
[19:03] <scummos> I'd rather do bs=6400 count=303104
[19:03] <scummos> way faster
[19:03] <scummos> but yes
[19:03] <mischief> oops
[19:03] <scummos> oh, also, not "0"
[19:03] <scummos> leave the 0 out otherwise it will only copy the first partition
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[19:04] <mischief> scummos: /dev/mmcbl0p1 is the first partition
[19:04] <mischief> /dev/mmcblk0 is the raw disk
[19:04] <scummos> ah, right
[19:04] <scummos> sorry
[19:04] <scummos> also the size you have there seems unrealistiv
[19:04] <scummos> *unrealistic
[19:04] <scummos> hmm
[19:04] <scummos> to me it looks like 1 << sizeof(uint)
[19:05] <mischief> i just did ls on the file
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[19:05] <scummos> hm, no, it's not. sorry.
[19:05] <scummos> it's ok
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[19:07] <mischief> scummos: your command didn't copy the entire disk
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[19:07] <Peace-> mischief: you did the dd command in raw disk ?
[19:07] <mischief> yes
[19:07] <mischief> of course
[19:07] <scummos> mischief: hm what's missing?
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[19:07] <Peace-> mischief: wtf i did in the first partition
[19:07] <scummos> maybe you need to multiply the count by 8
[19:07] <mischief> 7/8ths of the file
[19:07] <scummos> quite possibly
[19:07] <scummos> oh
[19:07] <mischief> :p
[19:07] <scummos> um
[19:07] <Peace-> mischief: maybe it's that my problem
[19:07] <scummos> ... don't know :D
[19:08] <mischief> no, you are right
[19:08] <scummos> try dividing it yourself, maybe I'm just too stupid
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[19:08] <mischief> multiply count by 8 should get the other 7/8ths of the file
[19:08] <scummos> ah, it only copied 1/8? yes, then it's a bit<> byte problem.
[19:08] <scummos> (don't use bs=1 it will be infinitely slow)
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[19:09] <mischief> ok
[19:09] <Peace-> mischief: you have saved me :D with dev/mmcblk0 is the raw disk
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[19:09] <Peace-> At least
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[19:10] <DexterLB> what network settings does the default arch linux image have?
[19:10] <DexterLB> is dhcpd enabled?
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[19:11] <mischief> try it and see
[19:11] <DexterLB> :(
[19:11] <DexterLB> ok
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[19:21] <viric> so, still everyone thinks that the ACT led flashes only on SD activity?
[19:21] <viric> :)
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[19:21] <viric> is ist u
[19:21] <viric> is it controled by the kernel?
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[19:22] <mischief> it's controlled by anything that wants to i believe
[19:22] <mischief> anything software wise
[19:22] <viric> yes
[19:22] <viric> I'll check the kernel, to see what flashing means
[19:23] <viric> hm it only defines one led, with "default_trigger = "mmc0"
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[19:28] <mischief> pretty sure i did that dd wrong
[19:28] <mischief> it's reading more than 2gb which is the size of the image
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[19:29] <viric> mischief: cp myimage /dev/mmcblk0 why don't you do this?
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[19:30] <mischief> i'm trying to use dd to read the image off the disk and check its sha1
[19:30] <mischief> i use dd to write the disk too
[19:30] <viric> Ah ok
[19:31] <viric> cmp /dev/mmcblk0 myimage :)
[19:32] <mischief> yea
[19:32] <mischief> it doesn't work
[19:32] <mischief> i think my sd card reader in my laptop is broken :'(
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[19:33] <mischief> i'm going to reprobe the mmc card driver
[19:33] <mischief> and hope it's just a kernel issue
[19:34] <viric> use badblocks
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[19:35] <mischief> what
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[19:36] <mischief> ughgggh
[19:36] <viric> the program 'badblocks
[19:36] <viric> '
[19:37] <mischief> it printed a number o.o
[19:38] <viric> bad :)
[19:38] <mischief> i don't think its the sd card
[19:38] <viric> read its manpage, and test as you wish
[19:38] <viric> you can make write tests.
[19:38] <mischief> its either my kernel or my laptop
[19:38] <mischief> this is the last 5000 lines of my syslog
[19:38] <mischief> http://sprunge.us/eWAM
[19:38] <viric> dmesg should be enough
[19:38] <mischief> every time i use dd or anything on my sd card it generates thousands of messages in syslog :'(
[19:39] <viric> all looks bad
[19:39] <viric> maybe some module parameters can let you tune things
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[19:40] <mischief> what module?
[19:40] <Peace-> great it works :D
[19:40] <Peace-> i ma in via ssh
[19:40] <Peace-> tx mischief you helped me
[19:41] <viric> mischief: sdhci or friends
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[19:49] <viric> mh
[19:49] <viric> conftest.c:1: sorry, unimplemented: -mfloat-abi=hard and VFP
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[20:00] <Jibual> Hi, I am trying to install my wi-pi on my raspberry pi model b running wheezy but i get this error
[20:00] <Jibual> root@raspberrypi:~# ifup wlan0
[20:00] <Jibual> Illegal instruction
[20:00] <Jibual> wpa_supplicant: /sbin/wpa_supplicant daemon failed to start
[20:00] <Jibual> run-parts: /etc/network/if-pre-up.d/wpasupplicant exited with return code 1
[20:00] <Jibual> Internet Systems Consortium DHCP Client 4.2.2
[20:00] <Jibual> Copyright 2004-2011 Internet Systems Consortium.
[20:00] <Jibual> All rights reserved.
[20:00] <Jibual> For info, please visit https://www.isc.org/software/dhcp/
[20:00] <Jibual> Listening on LPF/wlan0/00:0f:54:02:07:56
[20:00] <Jibual> Sending on LPF/wlan0/00:0f:54:02:07:56
[20:00] <Jibual> Sending on Socket/fallback
[20:00] <Jibual> DHCPDISCOVER on wlan0 to 255.255.255.255 port 67 interval
[20:00] <Jibual> and wlan never gets an IP
[20:01] <Jibual> wlan0*
[20:01] <Jibual> anyone have any suggestions
[20:01] <frikinz> viric: which toolchain are u using? If you really need hard float, you can find a toolchain at https://github.com/raspberrypi/tools/tree/master/arm-bcm2708/arm-bcm2708hardfp-linux-gnueabi
[20:01] <viric> I'm building one
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[20:01] <frikinz> I'm actually trying
[20:03] <frikinz> Jibual: have you put your settings in /etc/wpa-supplicant/wpa_supplicant.conf ?
[20:03] <frikinz> Jibual: running wheezy? You didn't download packages from rasbpian right? (there's not compatible)
[20:03] <mischief> i can't write a goddamn sd card without my system freezing
[20:03] <mischief> :/
[20:04] <Jibual> when i use the wpa_supplicant.conf file i get this error instead
[20:04] <Jibual> root@raspberrypi:~# ifup wlan0
[20:04] <Jibual> wpa_supplicant: wpa-roam can only be used with the "manual" inet METHOD
[20:04] <Jibual> run-parts: /etc/network/if-pre-up.d/wpasupplicant exited with return code 1
[20:05] <Jibual> ya i did download it from rasbpian :(
[20:05] <Jibual> where do i get the packages from
[20:06] <Jibual> i tried adding the ones in the manual
[20:06] <Jibual> but those mirrors error about some GPG stuff
[20:06] <Jibual> like unable to verify key for the repo
[20:08] <frikinz> Had forgotten raspberrypi.org calls rasbian "wheezy".
[20:08] <Jibual> ya
[20:09] <frikinz> you installed rasbian right?
[20:09] <frikinz> *p
[20:09] <Jibual> ya
[20:10] <frikinz> I didn't get gpg errors. did you add some repositories?
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[20:11] <frikinz> which ones?
[20:12] <Jibual> the latest one they have on their download sit
[20:12] <Jibual> site
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[20:13] <Jibual> Raspbian ?wheezy?
[20:13] <Jibual> 2012-10-28-wheezy-raspbian.zip
[20:13] <Jibual> at http://www.raspberrypi.org/downloads
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[20:20] <frikinz> Jibual: do you see your wlan with iwconfig
[20:20] <frikinz> Jibual: wlan0
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[20:22] <Jibual> ya i can see it
[20:22] <Jibual> wlan0 IEEE 802.11bgn ESSID:off/any
[20:22] <Jibual> Mode:Managed Access Point: Not-Associated Tx-Power=20 dBm
[20:22] <Jibual> Retry long limit:7 RTS thr:off Fragment thr:off
[20:22] <Jibual> Encryption key:off
[20:22] <Jibual> Power Management:on
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[20:23] <Jibual> i think if /sbin/wpa_supplicant daemon actually started everything would be fine
[20:23] <frikinz> Jibual: these are the lines from the default raspbian image: http://pastebin.com/9pN7jHV0
[20:24] <Jibual> that's how mine is right now
[20:24] <Jibual> still get the error
[20:24] <frikinz> Jibual: can you start it with: wpa_supplicant -c/etc/wpa_supplicant.conf -iwlan0 -d
[20:24] <frikinz> Jibual: can you start it with: wpa_supplicant -c/etc/wpa_supplicant/wpa_supplicant.conf -iwlan0 -d
[20:24] <Jibual> Illegal instruction
[20:24] <Jibual> wpa_supplicant: /sbin/wpa_supplicant daemon failed to start
[20:24] <Jibual> run-parts: /etc/network/if-pre-up.d/wpasupplicant exited with return code 1
[20:24] <Jibual> Segmentation fault
[20:24] <Jibual> let me try
[20:24] <Jibual> root@raspberrypi:~# wpa_supplicant -c/etc/wpa_supplicant.conf -iwlan0 -d
[20:24] <Jibual> Illegal instruction
[20:25] <Jibual> wpa_supplicant won't run at all
[20:25] <Jibual> it's basically just segfaulting
[20:25] <frikinz> apt-cache policy wpasupplicant
[20:25] <frikinz> Installed version
[20:25] <Jibual> nstalled: 1.0-3+b1
[20:26] <Jibual> from the repo
[20:26] <Jibual> ttp://mirrordirector.raspbian.org/raspbian/ wheezy/main armhf Packages
[20:26] <mythos> illegal instruction... the binary does not fit your cpu
[20:26] <Jibual> mythos any idea which binary i should use
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[20:27] <mythos> Jibual, dunno... the one from raspbian?
[20:27] <mythos> if you use raspbian
[20:27] <frikinz> hum long time I didn't do an update, I still have 1.0-3
[20:27] <Jibual> that's where the package is from
[20:27] <Jibual> root@raspberrypi:~# apt-cache policy wpasupplicant
[20:27] <Jibual> wpasupplicant:
[20:27] <Jibual> Installed: 1.0-3+b1
[20:27] <Jibual> Candidate: 1.0-3+b1
[20:27] <Jibual> Version table:
[20:27] <Jibual> *** 1.0-3+b1 0
[20:27] <Jibual> 100 /var/lib/dpkg/status
[20:27] <Jibual> 1.0-3 0
[20:27] <Jibual> 500 http://mirrordirector.raspbian.org/raspbian/ wheezy/main armhf Packages
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[20:29] <frikinz> Jibual: do you have this kind of errors with other stuff?
[20:29] <Jibual> no
[20:30] <Jibual> root@raspberrypi:~# wpa_passphrase
[20:30] <Jibual> Segmentation fault
[20:30] <Jibual> just segfaults too
[20:30] <frikinz> hum I'm not seeing this version after an update
[20:30] <Jibual> i need a different wpasupplicant package
[20:31] <Jibual> which mirrors are you using?
[20:31] <frikinz> the default one, didn't touch sources.list. did you?
[20:32] <Jibual> ya but i undid it
[20:32] <viric> raspbian isn't crossbuilt, right?
[20:33] <frikinz> well, you must have installed something bad
[20:33] <frikinz> there's a command to spot packages not coming from current sources.list. can't remember the name atm
[20:35] <frikinz> Jibual: do you have the default sources.list now?
[20:36] <frikinz> Jibual: in /etc/apt/sources.list you need deb http://mirrordirector.raspbian.org/raspbian/ wheezy main contrib non-free rpi
[20:36] <Jibual> aya
[20:36] <Jibual> thats all i have
[20:36] <frikinz> in /etc/apt/sources.list.d you need only one file called raspi.list containing:
[20:37] <frikinz> deb http://archive.raspberrypi.org/debian/ wheezy main
[20:37] <frikinz> apt-get update after this
[20:37] <Jibual> yup
[20:37] <Jibual> thats what i got
[20:38] <Jibual> updating now
[20:38] <Jibual> using aptitude vs apt-get
[20:38] <Jibual> no real difference right?
[20:38] <Jibual> update done
[20:39] <Jibual> wpasupplicant is already the newest version.
[20:39] <frikinz> apt-cache policy wpasupplicant
[20:39] <frikinz> same?
[20:39] <frikinz> ah
[20:40] <Jibual> yup same
[20:40] <frikinz> yes, you can see from your previous paste that raspbian as 1.0-3 and you have something else
[20:40] <frikinz> you have to downgrade to this version
[20:40] <Jibual> how do i downgrade it?
[20:41] <frikinz> you could aptitude remove wpasupplicant; aptitude install wpasupplicant
[20:41] <Jibual> it's going to install the same version
[20:41] <frikinz> remove will keep the configuration file (wpa_supplicant.conf if it is defined as such)
[20:42] <buZz> hark
[20:42] <frikinz> no, it can't find it.. candidate is 1.0-3
[20:42] <frikinz> on a normal system
[20:42] <viric> anyone uses a usb wnic, talking about wpa supplicant?
[20:42] <viric> here it dies.
[20:43] <viric> it works for a while, and boum, dies.
[20:43] <frikinz> I get this with a wn722 but its without powered hub and get this when my rootfs is on usb stick.. and traffic is high
[20:44] <viric> get what?
[20:44] <viric> the same problems as me?
[20:44] <frikinz> can't remember the exact visible thing but usb layer detects a disconnection.
[20:44] <frikinz> "die" in a way yes
[20:45] <frikinz> viric: which driver is it?
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[20:45] <frikinz> Jibual: so?
[20:46] <frikinz> no, wpa_supplicant.conf doesn't seem to be a conffile of wpa_supplicant. so it's probably gone with the aptitude remove
[20:47] <frikinz> /etc/dbus-1/system.d/wpa_supplicant.conf is
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[20:48] <viric> frikinz: rt73
[20:48] <frikinz> which usually works ok
[20:48] <gordonDrogon> evening all.
[20:49] <frikinz> viric: you are using a usb hub?
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[20:49] <viric> no no
[20:49] <viric> all direct.
[20:49] <viric> In fact, at plug time, the pi resets :)
[20:49] <viric> but then it works for a while.
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[20:49] <viric> maybe I could use a slower speed?
[20:50] <mischief> yay
[20:50] <mischief> rpi ethernet works in 9front
[20:50] * mischief is stoked
[20:50] <frikinz> viric: I think the problem is here, I also get strange stuff at plug in (for me injection of firmware failed)
[20:50] <gordonDrogon> plugging a wi-fi dongle directly into a Pi?
[20:50] <viric> +1 for 9front hackers
[20:50] <frikinz> yes
[20:50] <gordonDrogon> that won't work very well on a Rev 1 ...
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[20:51] <viric> gordonDrogon: why?
[20:51] <frikinz> surprisingly, even with polyfuse, mine works :)
[20:51] <gordonDrogon> 140ma poylfuses - current limiting.
[20:51] <viric> ah
[20:51] <viric> I had no idea.
[20:51] <gordonDrogon> frikinz, you must have a very efficient one then.
[20:51] <frikinz> and it must drain sometimes quite a lot as it has some "intelligent chip" inside for cpu offload
[20:51] <frikinz> WL722N
[20:52] <viric> how can I know my ref?
[20:52] <gordonDrogon> if it works ...
[20:52] <viric> rev
[20:52] <gordonDrogon> I am surprised though.
[20:52] <gordonDrogon> viric, does the Pi have mounting holes in it?
[20:52] <viric> two
[20:52] <gordonDrogon> then it's a Rev 2.
[20:52] <frikinz> gordonDrogon: it works unless I have my second usb hosting my / AND I do huge transmission
[20:53] <viric> frikinz: 54Mbps?
[20:53] <gordonDrogon> frikinz, a-ha... probably just on the limits then...
[20:53] <frikinz> but this one is fishy as I also have similar problems on a laptop
[20:53] <frikinz> the problem lies in the usb specs :)
[20:53] <frikinz> viric: can't remember, I now use ethernet..
[20:54] <viric> you lost.
[20:54] <frikinz> as I am using my / on usb this evening
[20:54] <frikinz> one or the other..
[20:56] <frikinz> so my crossbuilt binaries seem to work on my pi. even if readelf says quite differents tags. whatever
[20:57] <Linovia> damn, apt-get install postgres but it doesn't start and doesn't even give me a reason why it doesn't
[20:57] <frikinz> Linovia: and does apt-get update works?
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[20:57] <frikinz> disk problem?
[20:57] <Linovia> frikinz: I ran one a few minutes before apt-get installing
[20:57] <Linovia> disk is only 47% full
[20:58] <frikinz> can you wget the index of your repository from the pi?
[20:58] <frikinz> network problem?
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[21:00] <Linovia> well, I didn't expressed myself well. I got postgresql installed, but it just won't start when i sudo /etc/init.d/postgresql start
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[21:00] <frikinz> ok :)
[21:00] <Linovia> I'll probably just remove it and reinstall
[21:00] <frikinz> sh -x /etc/init.d/postgresql start
[21:01] <frikinz> and see where it hangs
[21:01] <Linovia> brillant
[21:01] <Linovia> frikinz: thanks a lot
[21:01] <frikinz> Linovia: np. that's how one sees what a shell script does
[21:02] <Linovia> I just didn't think about that
[21:02] <Linovia> I usually just look at the /var/log/*
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[21:04] <Torikun> yo
[21:05] <Peace-> hey i have a problem here with rpi and the mi
[21:05] <Peace-> mic
[21:06] <Peace-> it doens't recognize it
[21:06] <Peace-> i can't record
[21:06] <Peace-> i used the usb audio card
[21:06] <Peace-> Bus 004 Device 011: ID 0d8c:000c C-Media Electronics, Inc. Audio Adapter
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[21:07] <Torikun> anyone using the raspberry pi for someting good?
[21:07] <Torikun> It kinda sucks as a Desktop for the TV
[21:08] <Torikun> even running applications via ssh
[21:08] <viric> :)
[21:08] <Peace-> :S
[21:08] <Peace-> Torikun: i used vim via ssh
[21:08] <Peace-> it worked fine here
[21:08] <Torikun> Sicne chrome is not for it, I run chrome via ssh
[21:08] <Torikun> to have a real browser with flash
[21:08] <Peace-> hahaha
[21:09] <viric> Torikun: spend money and buy something with all ready for your needs
[21:09] <frikinz> there's a minesweeper in aptitude also
[21:09] <frikinz> :)
[21:09] <Peace-> Torikun: ssh is not good for browsers
[21:09] <Torikun> Just a little sluggish Peace-
[21:09] <viric> like those devices for disabled people, with big icons all around, and easy screen tapping
[21:09] <viric> ;)
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[21:10] <Peace-> Torikun: well it's ssh that is the problem
[21:10] <Peace-> i guess
[21:10] <Torikun> It runs vncclient like a champ =)
[21:10] <viric> (I've the theory that devices made for disabled people go mainstream, as years go by)
[21:10] <Peace-> ssh was designed for terminals
[21:10] <viric> and that's what guides development.
[21:10] <Torikun> so what are you all using your PI for
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[21:11] <Peace-> i use for exmperiments
[21:11] <Peace-> it -m
[21:11] <Torikun> it works good for my daughter to watch movies off the LAN at home
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[21:13] <Torikun> Is there a real browser available for the PI distros yet?
[21:13] <Torikun> LIke Firefox, chrome?
[21:13] <frikinz> Isn't firefox now built for armv6?
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[21:14] <frikinz> Torikun: its called iceweasel due to trade mark reasons
[21:14] <Torikun> I am running Arch
[21:14] <frikinz> so I guess its there?
[21:14] <Torikun> I thoight that was a debian thing lol
[21:15] <frikinz> The branding issue developed when Mike Connor, representing the Mozilla Corporation, requested that the Debian Project comply with Mozilla standards for use of the Thunderbird trademark when redistributing the Thunderbird software
[21:15] <frikinz> wikipedia
[21:15] <Torikun> I remember that from back in the day
[21:16] <Torikun> Threw me off when I was starting Linux lol
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[21:16] <frikinz> anyway. there's iceweasel 10 (!!) in raspbian
[21:16] <Torikun> Did VLC ever get supported yet?
[21:16] <Torikun> There was some support missing which made it not work properly on the Pi/ARM
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[21:19] <frikinz> ff 17 needs at least 512MB ram :(
[21:20] <Torikun> ah man
[21:20] <Torikun> what about swap?
[21:20] <Torikun> will that help?
[21:20] <Peace-> frikinz: i have 512 on my rpi
[21:20] <frikinz> at least. so you need 513
[21:20] <frikinz> ;) I have 512
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[21:20] <frikinz> err 256
[21:21] <Torikun> would it be better to have a swapfile on a cifs share or swap on the sd card?
[21:22] <Torikun> for performance
[21:22] <frikinz> swap on the network o_O :) why not on usb?
[21:22] <Torikun> both USB used
[21:22] <Torikun> wireless keyboard and wifi
[21:22] <mythos> cifs-share? try nbd
[21:22] <Torikun> what is nbd?
[21:22] <mythos> network block device
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[21:23] <Torikun> what about the cifs performance though
[21:23] <Torikun> I can nbd later
[21:23] <Torikun> ty
[21:23] <mythos> and also try ramzswap
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[21:24] <frikinz> ramzswap could be better in this case. unless you need huge swap
[21:24] <Torikun> I still don't know what I will use this extra pi for lol
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[21:27] <mischief> dont swap :(
[21:27] <frikinz> yes same for me, I walked in the house to look in every corner where I could use this pi for :)
[21:27] <Torikun> haha
[21:27] <Torikun> I have a laptop for ssh/login/vm server
[21:28] <frikinz> I have no tv so that doesn't help
[21:28] <Torikun> tv is the only good use I see it for
[21:28] <Torikun> but the PI sucks hard for HD playback
[21:28] <Torikun> audio does not sync on large files
[21:29] <viric> it looks like you had too much hope in those 25 bucks
[21:29] <Torikun> Yeah lol
[21:29] <Torikun> it would be a good small mail/ssh server lol
[21:29] <mischief> get a real computer for real computing
[21:30] <viric> what games can it play ? any extremetuxracer, supertuxkart, ?
[21:30] <viric> that'd be great
[21:30] <frikinz> I'll use is at a bouncer for my friends to get to my nas
[21:30] <mischief> the rpi is a toy. a learning tool at best
[21:30] <Torikun> viric: it plays all the standard gnome/kde games
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[21:30] <Grievar> mischief: y u trollin
[21:30] <mischief> maybe a tool to teach you that you need a better computer
[21:30] <viric> well... I guess it can play tetrisbsd too, but I mean something harder for the metal
[21:30] <Torikun> they are getting minecraft for it
[21:30] <mischief> Grievar: just truth
[21:31] <Torikun> it be nice to play minecraft on my 50 inch tv
[21:31] <viric> Torikun: if you wrote an article about the pi not being able to play large HD files (as a relevant fact), that would be a good advertisement for the pi
[21:31] <mischief> Torikun: why can't you play minecraft on a normal computer on your tv?
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[21:31] <Torikun> no pc I have has hdmi
[21:31] <Grievar> mischief: because those things cost way more than the rpi does
[21:32] <mischief> just like a car with good fuel efficiency costs more than a shitty car
[21:32] <mischief> can't complain when you don't get good mileage
[21:32] <Disconnect> for the price of a pi you can get a decent graphics card with hdmi :)
[21:32] <Grievar> mischief: why are you coming into the #raspberrypi channel to shit all over the raspberry pi
[21:32] <Torikun> lol
[21:33] <Torikun> I am still trying to figure out a good use for this lol
[21:33] <Torikun> 1 PI worked great for my kid. 2nd PI is in limbo now lol
[21:33] <mranostay> door stop is one use
[21:33] <Torikun> lol @ mranostay
[21:33] <Disconnect> raspbmc. home server (vpn/downloads/ssh/etc). file server.
[21:34] <Disconnect> car computer. time/temp display.
[21:34] <Torikun> raspbmc has problems with HD
[21:34] <Disconnect> Torikun: if you say so. i watch 1080p/5.1 all the time.
[21:34] <Disconnect> (even 3d works fine)
[21:34] <viric> Grievar: complaining about it not playing large hd, is not annoying. It can be understood as "all the other things I tried, worked well"
[21:34] <Torikun> Nice
[21:34] <Grievar> RPi seems like it's very useful as network-based control for <insert your hobby electronics project here>
[21:34] <Grievar> viric: what?
[21:35] <mranostay> so that gpu blob still setting up RAM timings :)
[21:35] <viric> it's like buying a cheap car, and saying "it vibrates too much, at 200km/h"
[21:35] <Torikun> wonder if the PI can run Nessus lol
[21:35] <Grievar> viric: I fail to see how what you are saying is relevant to anything I said
[21:35] <frikinz> Probably. I had the intention to put it naked on internet with a honeypot
[21:35] <viric> Grievar: forget it thne
[21:36] <viric> hen
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[21:37] <Grievar> mranostay: The GPU "blob" is now open source
[21:37] <mischief> Grievar: i'm actually porting 9front to the rpi using rmiller's code in plan 9 contrib
[21:37] <mischief> don't assume things
[21:38] <Grievar> mischief: I didn't assume anything
[21:38] <frikinz> an open source blob, never heard about this concept
[21:38] <Disconnect> mranostay: the system boots off the gpu first, so its always going to set all the timings..
[21:39] <mischief> ok. i didn't come here to 'shit on raspberry pi'.
[21:39] <Torikun> can webmin monitor multiple systems?
[21:39] <frikinz> webmin still exist? :)
[21:39] <Torikun> if so, I found a good use
[21:39] <Torikun> Yeah lol
[21:41] <Grievar> mischief: okay but calling the rpi "not a real computer" is kind of off the mark. It has all of the basic functionality of the PC, it's just a bit lacking in performance
[21:41] <Grievar> and even then only in certain areas
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[21:47] <mranostay> so booting off the gpu is sane? :)
[21:47] <rymate1234> works fine as a PC
[21:47] <rymate1234> running a minecraft server off it atm
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[21:47] <Grievar> mranostay: it works, why would it not be sane
[21:47] <plugwash> mranostay, it's sane from the perspective of those who designed the chip family
[21:48] <plugwash> since the ARM is an optional extra
[21:48] <Grievar> mranostay: You are probably making these criticisms from a machine where you use the keyboard controller to turn on the extra address lines and enter protected mode
[21:48] <frikinz> vcvt.f64.f32 are these the FPU registers? I'd like to check that hard float is in use. I see the IEEE754 value but mmhh this arm assembly is unknown to me
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[21:49] <Grievar> mranostay: oh, and to get back to real mode you have to reboot the machine, which uses... the keyboard controller
[21:49] <Torikun> dam updating system packages is hella slow!
[21:49] <Torikun> any arch raspberry pi users here
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[21:50] <plugwash> I think f32 and f64 are data types not register names
[21:50] <mischief> Grievar: do you know where the open firmware is?
[21:51] <Grievar> mischief: ?
[21:51] <Grievar> mischief: is that a question or a trap?
[21:51] <mranostay> trap i hope :)
[21:51] <Grievar> mischief: http://www.raspberrypi.org/archives/2221
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[21:52] <mischief> 12:51 <+Grievar> mranostay: The GPU "blob" is now open source
[21:52] <viric> eH?
[21:52] <mranostay> you mean the GPU blob is now "open source" :)
[21:52] <Grievar> oh he was referring to something different then
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[21:52] <viric> the /boot pieces are not open source
[21:53] <mischief> aha so they only release the graphics driver?
[21:53] <mischief> not the gpu bootloader crap
[21:53] <viric> it's just the client rpc side
[21:53] <Grievar> that's a little misleading
[21:53] <Grievar> when you say "the driver is open source" I expect that to mean "all software necessary for using the thing is open source"
[21:53] <Grievar> >:/
[21:54] <_mru_> mischief: the "driver" they open sourced is just an rpc shim between the userland libraries and the gpu firmware
[21:55] <viric> it's as open source as a usual pc, with closed-source bios and a closed-source nvidia gpu
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[21:56] <mischief> rediculous
[21:56] <_mru_> many PCs can run coreboot
[21:56] <Grievar> what does the gpu do? Does it do polygon-y stuff or is it mostly 2d and video acceleration?
[21:56] <_mru_> it implements opengles
[21:57] <_mru_> and some video codecs
[21:58] <viric> and the bootloader
[21:58] <Grievar> what was behind the decision to use such a graphics-centric chip for the rpi
[21:59] <_mru_> no idea
[21:59] <_mru_> price?
[21:59] <_mru_> if all you want to do is play some hd video, it's a very cheap solution
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[21:59] <_mru_> selling it as a full pc-like computer is a bit dishonest
[22:00] <viric> bonus points on "social responsability" of broadcom?
[22:00] <Torikun> yeah\
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[22:00] <mischief> like this what the hell is this bullshit http://www.raspberrypi.com/mpeg-2-license-key/
[22:00] * ReggieUK sets mode +b *!*@unaffiliated/mischief
[22:00] * mischief was kicked from #raspberrypi by ReggieUK
[22:00] <_mru_> pay extra for mpeg2 codec?
[22:01] <ReggieUK> anyone else want to play?
[22:01] <Torikun> reflashing a SD card is a long painful process
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[22:01] <viric> some people try to earn money by their work, still, it seems.
[22:01] <Torikun> play what ReggieUK
[22:01] <_mru_> Torikun: get banned by ReggieUK
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[22:01] <Torikun> oh
[22:01] <ReggieUK> ignoring the channel rules game
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[22:02] <Torikun> raspberry PI is perfect for as a terminal pc
[22:02] <Torikun> thin client
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[22:02] <Torikun> have vnc load at boot
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[22:02] <Grievar> ReggieUK: I think a lot of people just forget about the rule because they're on a lot of similar channels and this channel is the only one which has that rule and actually enforces it
[22:03] <Torikun> what rule was broken ?
[22:03] <Grievar> ReggieUK: maybe if we had a bot that auto-warned people via notice it wouldn't be such a problem
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[22:03] <viric> what rule?
[22:03] <frikinz> Torikun: yeah one of my admin wants to do this: thin client. but he wants it as rdp client (windows centric)
[22:03] <BurtyB> err the one in the topic :)
[22:03] <DooMMasteR> etherpad on a Pi http://stratum0.mooo.com:8888/
[22:03] <Torikun> oh
[22:03] <Torikun> ok
[22:03] <Grievar> no fowl language
[22:03] <Grievar> so no talk of chickens and ucks
[22:03] <Grievar> ducks
[22:04] <viric> were we expecting the raspberrian inquisition?
[22:04] <Torikun> hahaha
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[22:04] <frikinz> There's no official bot here?
[22:04] * PiBot sets mode +v CelticTurnip
[22:04] <CelticTurnip> hi all
[22:04] <frikinz> ah, I ignored the bot some time ago
[22:05] <mranostay> frikinz: you mean ReggieUK?
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[22:05] <buZz> mranostay: lol
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[22:06] <buZz> frikinz: there is no official bot on the unofficial channel
[22:06] * Russ grabs some popcorn
[22:07] <mranostay> Russ: can you pass a beer while you're up?
[22:07] <upgrdman_> reading the broadcom periph datasheet. am i getting this right: arm physical address would be the address you use when doing bare-metal (no OS) firmware? arm virtual address would be used when writing programs/drivers for their linux kernel? and arm bus addresses are only used when doing DMA stuff?
[22:07] * buZz hands out jagermeister shots
[22:08] <Hodapp> buZz: eww
[22:08] <Grievar> upgrdman_: er, link to datasheet/page #?
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[22:08] <mranostay> are we allowed to drink in here?
[22:09] <Hodapp> mranostay: It's actually mandatory.
[22:09] <upgrdman_> page 6 of the pdf linked here: http://www.element14.com/community/docs/DOC-43016/l/broadcom-datasheet-for-bcm2835-soc-used-in-raspberry-pi?ICID=rasp_group .... if you get the nag sceen for login just turn off javascript
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[22:10] <mranostay> Hodapp: i swear when i drink though
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[22:11] <Hodapp> mranostay: So?
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[22:11] <mranostay> see above
[22:11] <Russ> Hodapp, try it out
[22:12] <zzzoid> I'm trying to ssh into raspberry pi but I just get timeout
[22:12] <Torikun> quit
[22:12] <Torikun> exit
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[22:12] <Hodapp> Russ: I already drink!
[22:12] <mranostay> geez golly what the hades
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[22:13] <frikinz> zzzoid: firewall or router blocking probably
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[22:14] <upgrdman_> zzzoid: do you have ssh installed and running on the r pi? /etc/init.d/sshd status (i think... google if that doesnt work)
[22:15] <frikinz> that wouldn't time out but be connection refused
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[22:15] <frikinz> How can I check that I generate code with hardfloat support? Anyone know an operand I can search for?
[22:15] <frikinz> opcode
[22:15] <zzzoid> yes sshd is running
[22:15] <zzzoid> I can ssh 127.0.0.1
[22:16] <zzzoid> it works
[22:16] <viric> what document contains what can the raspberry pi pins do?
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[22:16] <zzzoid> but i can't ssh 198.x.x.x
[22:16] <zzzoid> timeout
[22:16] <zzzoid> router?
[22:16] <Linovia> the raspberrypi ip hasn't changed ?
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[22:18] <viric> frikinz: http://infocenter.arm.com/help/topic/com.arm.doc.dui0489c/Chdjdaaj.html ?
[22:18] <frikinz> viric: ah thanks. I got lost in the ref manual pdf
[22:19] <frikinz> yeah I was looking for vabs in my code. hum not generated
[22:19] <upgrdman_> zzzoid: most home lans are 192.168.1.x ... you use 198... is your pi's local ip?
[22:19] <viric> -mhard-float -mfloat=vfp -marm -march=armv6 ...
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[22:19] <_mru_> that doesn't look right
[22:19] <upgrdman_> s/use/sure
[22:20] <_mru_> -mfpu=vfp -mfloat-abi=hard is probably what you want
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[22:20] <viric> ah yes
[22:20] <zzzoid> my RPi ip is 198.168.0.15
[22:20] <zzzoid> I can't ssh to it...
[22:20] <mranostay> door stop
[22:20] <zzzoid> my router says 'no ports restricted'
[22:20] <viric> zzzoid: what does 'arp' report?
[22:20] <frikinz> yeah I have these CFLAGS . still..
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[22:20] <zzzoid> ssh 127.0.0.1 works but
[22:21] <zzzoid> arp says 198.168.0.1
[22:21] <upgrdman_> zzzoid: probably can't help you then. are both pi and client on ethernet, or is one on wifi? some routers place spacial limits of wifi clients for security reasons
[22:21] <zzzoid> I am trying to ssh directly on the RPi to start with
[22:21] <zzzoid> will not work with IP only with localhost
[22:22] <viric> run tcpdump
[22:22] <upgrdman_> weird. i setup a pi with raspbian last night and ssh just worked. maybe check your sshd.conf file and see if some weird stuff is set or missing
[22:22] <frikinz> ah vcvt convert between single and double precsision
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[22:22] <zzzoid> tcpdump not found
[22:23] <viric> can the pi ping 192.168.0.1 ?
[22:23] <zzzoid> yes
[22:24] <zzzoid> and I can ping 192.168.0.15 which is the localhost
[22:24] <viric> and what is the other computer there?
[22:24] <zzzoid> many devices
[22:24] <zzzoid> laptop, phones etc
[22:24] <_mru_> frikinz: vcvt is a vfp instruction so if you see that in the output you're getting hw float
[22:25] <Opinie> zzzoid: just thought I'd mention this; you need to ssh like this pi@192.168.0.x
[22:25] <Opinie> *ssh pi@192.168.0.x
[22:25] <frikinz> yes. I was looking for vabs but its the only one gcc does not generate lol
[22:25] <zzzoid> yeah but omitting the user assumes root I think
[22:26] <Opinie> hmm.. don't know about that, but I've never been able to ssh without defining the user as well
[22:26] <Linovia> zzzoid: if you don't define a user, he'll take your current user's name
[22:26] <zzzoid> Ah wait looks like UPnP is not enabled on router, could this be it?
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[22:31] <_mru_> frikinz: gcc definitely generates vabs for some inputs
[22:33] <_mru_> were you expecting it to be used but it wasn't?
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[22:36] <frikinz> _mru_: yes. let me check again
[22:37] <frikinz> b=abs(a); # b, a are floats
[22:37] <_mru_> abs is for integers
[22:37] <_mru_> use fabs
[22:38] <_mru_> or even fabsf() if the argument is of type float
[22:38] <frikinz> ah, is it so long that I didn't code in C? wow
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[22:38] <frikinz> vabs is there. ok good :)
[22:39] <frikinz> _mru_: thanks!
[22:39] <viric> is floating point very fast on the pi?
[22:39] <viric> a lot more than softfp I imagine
[22:39] <frikinz> I will check with an ogg decoder I think
[22:40] <viric> well there is tremor
[22:40] <viric> (for that case)
[22:40] <viric> :)
[22:40] <_mru_> for audio codecs you're probably better off using the float version on rpi
[22:40] <frikinz> yes. as libmad exists
[22:40] <viric> _mru_: really? mh interesting
[22:41] <Armand> I'm thinking of making an ali VESA 100 mount for my Pi. :)
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[22:43] <Armand> http://www.mcmelectronics.com/product/DISTRIBUTED-BY-MCM-PI-PLATE-MCM-/83-14422 < something like that.
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[22:43] <zzzoid> fgdfg
[22:44] <frikinz> Just want to see a floating point ogg decoder with and without the hardfloat option
[22:44] <_mru_> viric: the vfp has a throughput of one instruction per cycle for most instructions
[22:44] <viric> _mru_: ah amazing
[22:44] <_mru_> and you need several integer instructions for the equivalent fixed-point operations
[22:44] <_mru_> besides freeing up the integer pipeline
[22:44] <_mru_> integer instructions can issue while the vfp pipelines are busy
[22:44] <zzzoid> which is the best distro currently available?
[22:45] <viric> _mru_: yes, looks fine
[22:45] <_mru_> frikinz: the difference between -mfloat-abi=softfp and -mfloat-abi=hard is negligible
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[22:45] <Armand> zzzoid, depends on what features are you looking for, I guess..
[22:45] <_mru_> a fully emulated softfloat is of course slow
[22:46] <Armand> *you are ? :P
[22:46] <Hodapp> I wonder if writing something in LLVM IR directly is viable for tight algorithms... I'd probably never need to do this, I'm just curious.
[22:46] <Hodapp> I'm wondering whether it would be simultaneously lower-level and more portable than C.
[22:47] <_mru_> I doubt you'd gain anything
[22:48] <_mru_> if compiled code is too slow, go for hand-tuned assembly
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[22:48] <upgrdman_> reading the broadcom periph datasheet. am i getting this right: arm physical address would be the address you use when doing bare-metal (no OS) firmware? arm virtual address would be used when writing programs/drivers for their linux kernel? and arm bus addresses are only used when doing DMA stuff?
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[22:48] <frikinz> _mru_: ok. its more for a comparison on a previous arm I player which had no FPU and ogg decoding was putting everything to a crawl
[22:49] <_mru_> ok, that would be slow
[22:49] <Hodapp> _mru_: I still feel like you'd be able to express some constructs in LLVM IR that map more closely to what CPUs do, but aren't easily expressed in C.
[22:49] <_mru_> and it was probably an arm926 or worse
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[22:49] <_mru_> Hodapp: that's not where the problem is
[22:50] <_mru_> a lot happens between IR and machine instructions
[22:51] <_mru_> did you have some specific construct in mind?
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[22:52] <frikinz> omap 2420 it was
[22:53] <frikinz> ARM1136
[22:53] <_mru_> that one has vfp
[22:53] <_mru_> 1136 is very similar to 1176
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[22:55] <_mru_> 1176 adds a few instructions that are useful at the OS level
[22:55] <_mru_> performance should be more or less the same
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[22:55] <frikinz> and the other was an ARM926EJ-S. have to recheck what were the results
[22:55] <Spacew00t> hey
[22:56] <_mru_> the 926 does not have an fpu
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[22:56] <_mru_> and it's a slower core overall
[22:56] <frikinz> ahah you know them all :)
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[22:57] <frikinz> most recently used :)
[22:57] <Spacew00t> Quick question, I've got Arch running on my pi, but I can't hook it up to the internet to install the wireless packages, where can I find a link to the correct wireless package?
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[22:58] <frikinz> _mru_: thanks for the details. now after building this toolchain, the hardest is to come... finding something to build :)
[22:59] <zzzoid> how can I see the effect of 'turbo mode'? is it possible to view the cpu freq changing?
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[22:59] <Opinie> tea
[23:00] <Opinie> *yeah
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[23:00] <Armand> zzzoid, on Raspbian.. I have a command line for it.
[23:01] <zzzoid> great, what is it?
[23:01] <dakerfp> Cheery: ping
[23:01] <frikinz> watch cat /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/cpuinfo_cur_freq
[23:03] <zzzoid> thanks
[23:03] <Opinie> also this cat /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/cpuinfo_max_freq
[23:03] <Opinie> right?
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[23:03] <zzzoid> it just says 1000000
[23:03] <Cheery> dakerfp: pong
[23:03] <frikinz> that's the max freq you want
[23:04] <Cheery> dakerfp: did the eglFlushBRCM(); work out?
[23:04] <dakerfp> Cheery: it didn't :-/
[23:04] <dakerfp> I've tried to place it in a lot of places
[23:04] <Cheery> hmm.
[23:05] <Cheery> wait I'll look your program again.
[23:05] <dakerfp> I was thinking it might be the speed of reading and write
[23:05] <dakerfp> I placed some sleeps but I couldn't make it work
[23:05] <dakerfp> do you still have the link to the code?
[23:05] <dakerfp> thanks a lot
[23:07] <Armand> Sorry, zzzoid.. had to AFK.
[23:07] <Cheery> dakerfp: I'll test it.
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[23:08] <Armand> watch "/opt/vc/bin/vcgencmd measure_temp && cat /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/scaling_cur_freq"
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[23:12] <Opinie> zzzoid: I don't want to scare you or anything, but imho it's a good idea to dd a backup disk image of your set up, if you try the turbo mode
[23:12] <Opinie> I personally have had some trouble with turbo
[23:14] <Cheery> dakerfp: the program seems to draw nothing at all
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[23:14] <Jibual> has anyone come across this error while setting up wifi on their raspberry pi
[23:14] <Jibual> Illegal instruction
[23:14] <Jibual> wpa_supplicant: /sbin/wpa_supplicant daemon failed to start
[23:14] <Jibual> run-parts: /etc/network/if-pre-up.d/wpasupplicant exited with return code 1
[23:15] <Opinie> my assumption is that the filesystem has slowly begun to go all pell-mell when I've turboed.. I'm guessing it's due to my SD card
[23:16] <Cheery> dakerfp: heh
[23:16] <Cheery> I found a bug
[23:16] <dakerfp> Cheery: it only cleans the buffer with a color
[23:16] <dakerfp> which one?
[23:16] <frikinz> Jibual: which wpasupplicant do you run now?
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[23:16] <Cheery> for (i = 0; i < sizeof(global_image))
[23:17] <Cheery> uhm.
[23:17] <Cheery> for (i = 0; i < sizeof(global_image); i++)
[23:17] <Cheery> that's errorneous at least
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[23:17] <Jibual> frinkinz im running
[23:17] <Jibual> wpasupplicant:
[23:17] <Jibual> Installed: 1.0-3+b1
[23:17] <Jibual> Candidate: 1.0-3+b1
[23:17] <Jibual> Version table:
[23:17] <Jibual> *** 1.0-3+b1 0
[23:17] <Jibual> 100 /var/lib/dpkg/status
[23:17] <Jibual> 1.0-3 0
[23:17] <Jibual> 500 http://mirrordirector.raspbian.org/raspbian/ wheezy/main armhf Packages
[23:17] <Jibual> now
[23:17] <frikinz> Jibual: you still have the wrong wpasupplicant
[23:18] <zzzoid> Opinie, thanks
[23:18] <Jibual> frikinz which one do I need
[23:18] <Jibual> which repo do I get it from
[23:18] <Cheery> dakerfp: it asks too many numbers ^^
[23:18] <frikinz> I told you 2hours ago
[23:18] <frikinz> Jibual:
[23:18] <Jibual> could you tell me again please
[23:18] <frikinz> Jibual: do you have the correct sources.list?
[23:19] <frikinz> looks like
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[23:19] <Jibual> deb http://mirrordirector.raspbian.org/raspbian/ wheezy main contrib non-free rpi
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[23:19] <dakerfp> Cheery: what do you mean by asking too many numbers?
[23:19] <dakerfp> I didn't got it
[23:19] <Jibual> thats in my sources.list
[23:19] <Cheery> for (i = 0; i < sizeof(global_image) / sizeof(EGLint); i++)
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[23:20] <frikinz> Jibual: apt-get install wpasupplicant=1.0-3
[23:21] <Jibual> k that did the trick
[23:21] <Jibual> thank you
[23:21] <frikinz> you're welcome
[23:22] <frikinz> Jibual: and now you know what to NOT do. adding stuffs in repository lists
[23:22] <Jibual> corect :P
[23:23] <Cheery> dakerfp: I changed the loops a little bit, and your program is working now.
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[23:23] <Cheery> dakerfp: you should draw something in the ./write to verify things work.
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[23:24] <dakerfp> I will just try it
[23:24] <Cheery> all right
[23:24] <Cheery> I'll upload the changed version into gist. :)
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[23:27] <dakerfp> thanks a lot
[23:28] <dakerfp> It would be nice to rename the topic name in the forum
[23:28] <dakerfp> someone might have the same issue
[23:29] <Cheery> well your problem was getting your own code to work. :)
[23:29] <Cheery> https://gist.github.com/2006cace39058cdb65f0
[23:30] <ParkerR_> Streaming the Pi from the Pi http://75.130.66.184:8080/?action=stream
[23:33] <Cheery> ParkerR_: "interesting"
[23:33] <frikinz> thrilling! ;p
[23:33] <ParkerR_> :P
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[23:34] <dakerfp> Cheery: It worked like magic!
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[23:35] <Milos> ParkerR_, doesn't it die?
[23:36] <Milos> Because of issues with USB and UVC...
[23:36] <ParkerR_> Milos, No...
[23:36] <ParkerR_> Using mjpg-streamer
[23:36] <Milos> Yes.
[23:36] <Milos> That uses UVC.
[23:36] <ParkerR_> Doesn;t kill it
[23:36] <ParkerR_> *Doesn't
[23:36] <Milos> How long have you ran that for?
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[23:36] <ParkerR_> Updated with rpi-update not too long ago. Maybe that fixed something
[23:36] <Milos> You might have different results with a Logitech C920 1920x1080 webcam.
[23:37] <ParkerR_> Milos, Runs for quite a while
[23:37] <ParkerR_> Was streaming for a lot of this morning
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[23:37] <ParkerR_> This is a Lifecam HD-5001 1280x800 max supported
[23:37] <Milos> Mmmm.
[23:37] <Cheery> dakerfp: good.
[23:38] <Cheery> dakerfp: I see you'd still need to draw triangles in the write.c
[23:38] <ParkerR_> Gonna try upping the resolution
[23:38] <Cheery> dakerfp: to verify your program works entirely as intended.
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[23:39] <ParkerR_> Heh it doesnt like you if you try to do 1280x800
[23:40] <Milos> Haha.
[23:40] <Milos> Well anyway works fine with me on 1920x1080 but there returns an invalid status from UVC occasioanally which requires a restart of mjpg-streamer.
[23:40] <frikinz> What's UVC?
[23:40] <Milos> The error is incredibly popular, I don't know why you haven't come across it.
[23:41] <dakerfp> Cheery: actually it is a proof of concept
[23:41] <ParkerR_> frikinz, Webcam in linux
[23:41] <Milos> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/USB_video_device_class
[23:41] <frikinz> ok
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[23:41] <Milos> ParkerR_, https://www.google.co.nz/#hl=en&tbo=d&sclient=psy-ab&q=mjpg-streamer+raspberry+pi+non-zero+status&oq=mjpg-streamer+raspberry+pi+non-zero+status&gs_l=hp.3..33i21.4302.5685.2.5785.15.14.0.0.0.0.341.3372.2-8j4.12.0.les%3B..0.0...1c.1.xN3kyYM6eac&pbx=1&bav=on.2,or.r_gc.r_pw.r_cp.r_qf.&fp=93d66c54087da3d0&bpcl=39650382&biw=1264&bih=607
[23:41] <ParkerR_> Milos, Probably doesn't help that this is all passing through a WRT54G in client mode
[23:42] <ParkerR_> Has like 1mb of RAM
[23:42] <Milos> Eh?
[23:42] <ParkerR_> The WRT54G is connecting to the main router
[23:42] <Milos> Do you have a bridge or something?
[23:42] <ParkerR_> And serves up the connection to the lan ports
[23:42] <Milos> Is it just in AP mode?
[23:42] <Milos> I don't see how that's relevant.
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[23:43] <frikinz> But this USB problem with webcam also appears when using a powered hub?
[23:43] <Milos> yes
[23:43] <ParkerR_> Milos, Kinda like the dlink on the left http://digilander.libero.it/victor.senior/ddwrtclient/schema01.png
[23:43] <frikinz> oh bad :(
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[23:43] <Milos> I don't see how that's relevant to anything ParkerR_.
[23:44] <ParkerR_> Milos, Old router that proabbly cant handle the 1280x800
[23:44] <ParkerR_> *probably
[23:44] <Milos> No... that's not true at all.
[23:44] <Milos> Anyway you can do ?action=snapshot
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[23:45] <ParkerR_> Heh finally loaded
[23:45] <Milos> Yeah but the quality is still awful, but it's not an HD webcam so that makes sense.
[23:46] <ParkerR_> It is an HD webcam. Granted not full HD but still HD
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[23:47] <Milos> Whoops.
[23:47] <ParkerR_> Milos, Need to tweak the video a little bit with uvcdyncontrol. The webcam is much better quality
[23:47] <Milos> http://www.wut.co.nz/images/pimp.jpg this is the sort of quality you get with a C910 or C920 with mjpg-streamer
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[23:48] <ParkerR_> Hot damn
[23:48] <ParkerR_> Nice camera
[23:48] <Milos> yes
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[23:49] <Milos> so raspberry pi sits in my bag and that webcam sits on the bag and you can do some cool live stalking over 3G
[23:49] <rsc> Does somebody have a suggestion how to attach a GPS module and a 3G/GPRS module to a Raspberry Pi without using USB (to save as much power as possible)?
[23:49] <aaas> nextpvr/mediaportal: if I want live tv do I need to buy/install the mpeg2 codec or should it work without it.. cant get it to work atm
[23:49] <ParkerR_> Milos, Is that you?
[23:49] <Milos> yep
[23:49] <ParkerR_> Cool
[23:49] <Milos> couldn't find another photo so whatever
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[23:50] <ParkerR_> Milos, Did you have to mess with uvcdyncontrol at all or does it just look that good by default?
[23:51] <Milos> out of the box
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[23:51] <ParkerR_> Usuaully on this laptop the camera looks much better default
[23:51] <Milos> anyway mjpg-streamer isn't real streaming
[23:51] <aidanr> im having issues botting my raspberrypi with a new SD card
[23:51] <Milos> if you get a C920 you can getch h264 direct from the webcam
[23:51] <ParkerR_> Milos, True. Lots of snapshots
[23:51] <Milos> s/getch/fetch/
[23:52] <Milos> if you don't have a C920 you have to encode to h264 and that's pretty much not gonna happen on a raspberry pi
[23:52] <Milos> so if you want real streaming, invest in a C920
[23:52] <aidanr> i believe i have one of the supported one; 8 GB SDHC Class 10 LX Series (PSF8GSDHC10-PC1)
[23:52] <Milos> then you can view over VLC etc
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[23:52] <Milos> or whatever
[23:52] <aidanr> though booting raspbian i get the mmc0 error
[23:52] <aidanr> and arch and openelec both freeze
[23:52] <ParkerR_> Milos, Can view over VLC but what serves it up?
[23:53] <Milos> vlc server
[23:53] <ParkerR_> Ahh
[23:53] <ParkerR_> Never thought about that on the Pi
[23:53] <ParkerR_> Makes sense
[23:53] <Milos> mm well there you go
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[23:57] <Milos> ParkerR_, this is unrelated to the raspberry pi but this is what you get with close-up shots http://www.wut.co.nz/images/datmacro.jpg
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[23:57] <Milos> ParkerR_, also this is going to take a while to load but I took a close-up photo of a fly with a C910 http://www.wut.co.nz/images/flyfb.png
[23:58] <ParkerR_> Yeah this has pretty good auto focus too
[23:58] <ParkerR_> Definitely not that quality :P
[23:59] <ParkerR_> Oh heck
[23:59] <ParkerR_> 64 bucks isnt bad a t all
[23:59] <ParkerR_> *at
[23:59] <Milos> buy it

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