#raspberrypi IRC Log

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IRC Log for 2012-12-07

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[0:00] * Dayofswords (~Dayofswor@75-175-74-22.ptld.qwest.net) has joined #raspberrypi
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[0:01] <ShiftPlusOne> http://kmandla.files.wordpress.com/2010/05/screen-vs.png ... and so on (the guy is not a fan of X11)
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[0:02] <SophieRxx> I'll check it out properly tomorrow then :)
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[0:07] <sraue> as an OpenELEC developer i like to say: we dont DDoS Raspbmc and dont have interest in this. All who saying such things are helpin Sam Nazarko to spread the lies, he does to harm or destroy other projects. (like the lies about the XBIAN code theft too). Its sad he uses work from others (also work OpenELEC does together with kernel, ffmpeg and xbmc devs) without contributing anything back and instead trying to harm us.
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[0:08] <ShiftPlusOne> There's a rumour about OpenELEC devs DDoS'ing Raspbmc? O_o
[0:08] <sraue> yes
[0:09] <sraue> ^^^ and this is my personal official statement... (i even dont know how to ddos anyone and i have dont time and interest to learn this)
[0:09] <ShiftPlusOne> Haven't seen anyone do that here, but thanks for the heads up.
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[0:10] <sraue> 3 hours ago here was talked about this
[0:10] <ShiftPlusOne> ah, I was at work then >.>
[0:10] <sraue> no 7 hours.... i even cant count
[0:10] <ShiftPlusOne> actually, no I was here
[0:11] <ShiftPlusOne> fair enough
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[0:15] <Armand> ShiftPlusOne, sraue.. I've seen it done, a few years back. Observing over the "attacker's" shoulder.. it was interesting.
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[0:19] <sraue> Armand, i really have no interest in doing and learning this, a half year ago i was even not knowing what this means... and if its needed to have better and more hardware then a thinkpad and a crappy (this days) internet connect i even dont have the hardware for this
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[0:20] <Armand> sraue, I don't care for it myself.. I do research security testing for my own network, but I'm a long way from doing any aggressive testing on my own kit.
[0:21] <Armand> *security config & testing.
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[0:21] <Armand> As for pure attack hacking... no, thanks. :)
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[0:24] <sraue> i mean... its easy for him to take the own website offline for some minutes after a discussion in a irc and then say "they began to ddos us" only to spread this lies to harm other projects... because he has many twitter followers and support from the foundation etc it is easy to get the result he want ... i think
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[0:26] <ShiftPlusOne> maybe it's best to drop the allegations on both sides
[0:26] <frikinz> +1
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[0:29] <sraue> i was silent until now... but it does more harm now for our project too... and this i like to avoid with this statement above... other then that its nothing planned - or better we dont know a solution - to stop him doing this
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[0:29] <Armand> I agree, completely.. the whole attack of ddos'ing someone over a petty argument seems purely childish.
[0:29] <Armand> In my opinion..
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[0:33] <frikinz> knowing the originator of a ddos is by definition.. a sentence in this channel or even in another doesn't make a proof that one person/team is behind an attack.
[0:33] <frikinz> by definition.. hard
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[0:50] <ShiftPlusOne> ...=D steam linux invite
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[0:55] <SophieRxx> Yay quake 3 is done. Expect me to come back in 5 minutes with issues :P
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[0:56] <Xapht> Hello everyone, has anybody been sucessfull getting Ruby on Rails to run on thir Pi? I saw this guide (http://elinux.org/RPi_Ruby_on_Rails) but sadly, it does not work with the most recent release of Wheezy.
[0:58] <ShiftPlusOne> I think you need to provide more information
[0:58] <ShiftPlusOne> 'does not work' does not tell much of the situation.
[1:00] <Xapht> Dependancy issues when trying to run curl -L get.rvm.io | bash -s stable --rails ====== I wish I had the exact dependancy problems logged, but as it takes about 3 hours into the source build to get to that point. I gave up and am trying it through arch.. Just wondering if anybody had tried through wheezy lately.
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[1:05] <Dayofswords> i need some help, my RPi seems messed up or something, the display seems to just randomly stop working(HDMI) and i cant get it back, i've set it to safe_hdmi, I've updated the firmware.
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[1:08] <philkill> Anyone experienced with I2C/SMBus ?
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[1:26] <SophieRxx> qrwteyrutiyoup: how on earth do you remember that?
[1:27] <ShiftPlusOne> It's the top row of a standard keyboard (dyslexic edition)
[1:28] <SophieRxx> but not in order
[1:28] <SophieRxx> qwertyuiop
[1:28] <ShiftPlusOne> there's logic to it
[1:29] <SophieRxx> ohh i get it now
[1:29] <ShiftPlusOne> keep your fingers on two keys, two keys apart
[1:29] <ShiftPlusOne> then progress sideways
[1:29] <SophieRxx> Very clever
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[2:09] <Consty> have any game emulators been released that have hardware acceleration on the pi?
[2:09] <Disconnect> ShiftPlusOne: "I will not have".. unaffiliated, non-op. specifically what authority do you think you have beyond "internet tough guy"?
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[2:09] * ShiftPlusOne sets mode +b *!*Disconnec@*.from.sigkill.net
[2:09] * Disconnect was kicked from #raspberrypi by ShiftPlusOne
[2:10] <atouk> well, he asked, didn't he?
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[2:12] <SophieRxx> A ban seems a little extreme
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[2:13] <ShiftPlusOne> SophieRxx: there were behind the scenes reasons for that.
[2:13] <SophieRxx> Ooh I read it wrong, I thought you were banned
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[2:17] <CelticTurnip> sweet I'm in the Steam Linux beta... better install a Linux now :)
[2:17] <ShiftPlusOne> Just got the invite an hour ago myself. Seems to work pretty much exactly like the windows client so far
[2:17] <CelticTurnip> sweet, can you use any Linux?
[2:18] <ShiftPlusOne> they give a .deb
[2:18] <ShiftPlusOne> I am using it on mint, but I think they are targeting ubuntu first.
[2:18] <atouk> how many games offered so far?
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[2:19] <ShiftPlusOne> I think they offer whatever games you have bought that have linux support. My client just shows VVVVV... Trine2 and killing floor
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[2:19] <ShiftPlusOne> http://store.steampowered.com/browse/linux/?snr=1_230_linux__12
[2:19] <atouk> i mostly play DoD and DoD:S
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[2:27] <CelticTurnip> ah sweet the Linux Nvidia driver supports SLI, I guess I'll wipe Windows when I get home and have a look
[2:27] <ShiftPlusOne> nice
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[2:48] <nphase_> lets say i want to do very basic UI programming on top of raspbian. any suggestions? preferrably from a scripting language
[2:48] <ShiftPlusOne> Maybe something like wxwidgets. Should have python bindings.
[2:49] <nphase_> wxpython? http://www.wxpython.org/
[2:49] <nphase_> have been looking at that
[2:50] <nphase_> k, thanks!
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[3:05] <cyclick2> I can't generate gpg key using the rpi, it seems like it never get enough entropy?
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[3:08] <chithead> you must generate interrupts (network traffic, disk i/o, input devices, etc.)
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[3:10] <cyclick2> chithead, I was playing a movie at the same time
[3:10] <cyclick2> (that's located on the pi)
[3:13] <ParkerR_> Milos, Still running http://minecrafted.mooo.com:8080/?action=stream
[3:13] <ParkerR_> Been on all day
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[3:16] <mc0e> I've just installed rasbian. apt-get update gets me a "Encountered a section with no Package: header" error. http://pastebin.com/gHzUFAr2 . Any sugestions?
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[3:17] <drSpiderman> Woo, I just got my pi but I'm having issues with it and I"m not sure what's the best troubleshooting attempt.
[3:17] <drSpiderman> err appraoch
[3:17] <drSpiderman> It booted loaded the inital config but then it just dies and video cuts out
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[3:18] <drSpiderman> now its sitting running with green /red on & no video
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[3:19] <Xapht> drSpiderman - Did you try with a console only image? To make sure it is not a HDMI issue?
[3:19] <drSpiderman> How would I do that? I've owned a pi for about 15 minutes now ;p
[3:20] <Xapht> No worries. You have an extra SD card? Or willing to tinker?
[3:20] <drSpiderman> I think I have an extra one floating
[3:20] <drSpiderman> ...somewhere
[3:20] <drSpiderman> haha fuck yes
[3:20] <drSpiderman> I do
[3:20] <drSpiderman> I had one in my backpack. sorry for swearing lol
[3:20] <drSpiderman> (total fluke)
[3:20] <Xapht> One sec
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[3:20] <Xapht> Grabing links
[3:21] <Xapht> First off, download http://downloads.raspberrypi.org/images/raspbian/2012-10-28-wheezy-raspbian/2012-10-28-wheezy-raspbian.zip
[3:21] <Xapht> Unzip it, and you will find an ISO image.
[3:21] <drSpiderman> I have that already copied
[3:21] <Xapht> Ahh ok
[3:21] <drSpiderman> I'm not new to linux or dd or anything like that
[3:21] <philkill> You can connect directly with ssh
[3:21] <Xapht> In that case
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[3:21] <Xapht> Give ssh a go
[3:21] <drSpiderman> Xapht: right but I'm in an office right now
[3:22] <drSpiderman> no way to look up the clients table without an nmap sweep or fping
[3:22] <Xapht> hmmm
[3:22] <drSpiderman> I don't think secops would appreciate me scanning the network ;)
[3:22] <Xapht> Use the archlinux image then.
[3:22] <Xapht> http://downloads.raspberrypi.org/images/archlinuxarm/archlinux-hf-2012-09-18/archlinux-hf-2012-09-18.zip
[3:23] <Xapht> Just to ensure it's a display problem. That will take you straight to console.
[3:23] <pinion> Can anyone tell me how to start up xbmc when I boot. I'm running stock wheezy image from raspberrypi.org and installed xbmc via the instructions at http://www.raspbian.org/RaspbianXBMC
[3:23] <pinion> Currently I have to run sudo /usr/lib/xbmc/xbmc.bin via ssh to get it to kick in
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[3:24] <Xapht> git checkout -b "Adding in DHT11 support"
[3:24] <Xapht> err
[3:24] <Xapht> wrong window
[3:24] <Xapht> And wrong command
[3:24] <pksato> pinion: put /usr/lib/xbmc/xbmc.bin on /etc/rc.local
[3:24] <Xapht> Wow.. I passed the balmer constant about 6 beers ago
[3:25] <pinion> pksato: Thank you!
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[3:25] <incompl_te> hello
[3:25] <pinion> http://xkcd.com/323/
[3:25] <pinion> ^^ Xapht
[3:26] <Xapht> Yeah >< I noticed...
[3:26] <pksato> pinion: just a sugestion, I dont know if realy work.
[3:26] <incompl_te> i'm having an issue getting my model b to show 512 mb ram... any ideas?
[3:26] <incompl_te> used rpi-update to update firmware
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[3:27] <Xapht> BTW I havent been keeping up, but what is the manufacturing situation like lately? Been so far deep in development that I havent even checked if I can order Pi's in bulk yet.
[3:28] <drSpiderman> ok extracting and installing arch on a seperate pi
[3:28] <drSpiderman> err sdcard
[3:29] <Xapht> Default login is root:root
[3:29] <pinion> pksato: Thanks, I"ll do some googling on that
[3:29] <Xapht> So you can at least pop on and get your IP
[3:29] <drSpiderman> Xapht: I found a patch cable so I can just have my laptop give it an address
[3:29] <ParkerR_> Xapht, Not sure but when I ordered my Pi from Newark on Novemeber 23rd and it arrived on the 28th
[3:30] <ParkerR_> *it arrived
[3:30] <Xapht> I'm looking to order 5000+ though ;) In the next few months anyways
[3:30] <ParkerR_> Heh
[3:30] <ParkerR_> Xapht, What for?
[3:30] <pinion> Found the instructions for running it at boot: http://www.raspberrypi.org/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f=66&t=17891&start=50
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[3:31] <Xapht> *cough* pot farming >< Booming industry. Developing a web enabled PLC of sorts for grow-rooms.
[3:31] <ParkerR_> O.o
[3:31] <ParkerR_> So that is where you have money for 5000+ Pis :P
[3:31] <drSpiderman> Xapht: haha duude my friend uses it for the same thing
[3:31] <Xapht> Ride the wave =P
[3:31] <drSpiderman> Xapht: we wanted to automate nutrient mixes etc
[3:32] <drSpiderman> Xapht: how much are you planning on automating?
[3:32] <Xapht> Thats what I am working on drSpiderman.. Only it will be a full fledged PLC.. CO2, Temp/Humidity, Water, HVAC, pH, etc. etc. etc.
[3:32] <Xapht> With a nice front-end for extracting metrics and coorilating data on yeilds, etc.
[3:33] <drSpiderman> Xapht: are you building the software for it?
[3:33] <Xapht> Yep, thats what is taking so long ;)
[3:33] <Essobi> Ehh, environment controls isn't hard.
[3:34] <sio> incompl_te: what are you seeing?
[3:34] <Essobi> Xapht: I've got a prototype here doing RH/Temp/CO2.
[3:34] <Xapht> It's not the enviroment controls that are hard. It's the analytics side.
[3:34] <Essobi> Need some calibration gas thou.
[3:34] <Essobi> Xapht: That's not hard either. It's math. :D
[3:35] <Essobi> PH/TDS/etc/etc/etc isn't hard either.
[3:35] <incompl_te> sio:i'm only seeing 256 MB
[3:35] <Essobi> Xapht: I've done a bit of ICS.
[3:35] <incompl_te> sio: and i've set gpu_mem to 16 in /boot/config.txt
[3:35] <Essobi> Althou... I'm not sure I'd bet the stability of a greenhouse on a raspberry pi just yet. :D
[3:36] <cyclick2> Essobi, it is much much easier if it's automated
[3:36] <Essobi> cyclick2: Duh.
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[3:36] <sio> Just to confirm: it is not unusual to have the pi reboot when a usb device is plugged in?
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[3:37] <Essobi> Xapht: Go look at fertigation controllers and umm.. fish pond controllers.
[3:37] <Xapht> I'm just using the Pi for the front-end ;) I dont trust it to handle general IO stuff. I dont trust anything software based when I can flood a room with CO2 :)
[3:37] <ShiftPlusOne> sio: depends on the revision. If it's the one without the polyfuses on usb side, yeah that's normal.
[3:37] <incompl_te> wait a second... i thought all model b had 512 mb ram... rev 1 only has 256?
[3:37] <sio> incompl_te: I see 448996 kB from /proc/meminfo on mine.
[3:38] <Essobi> Xapht: Hardware isn't 100% reliable either but generally safer.
[3:38] <Xapht> Aye
[3:38] <incompl_te> sio:and you have model b rev 1?
[3:38] <drSpiderman> Xapht: alright well I'm waiting till DD finishes writing archlinux to the oth sd card I just happened to have on me
[3:38] <sio> ShiftPlusOne: how can I identify if I have polyfuses? I have a recent RevB with 512M.
[3:38] <Xapht> Testing a SSRelay right now, with a failsafe circuit.. For the CO2 side.
[3:39] <ShiftPlusOne> sio: then it won't have them. Yeah, that's normal.
[3:39] <ShiftPlusOne> sio: the usb side is drawing too much current, causing the fuse on the power input to trip.
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[3:39] <drSpiderman> so the zeitgeist is that arch > raspberrian
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[3:41] <ShiftPlusOne> drSpiderman: depends on what you're after. raspbian is great if you just want to jump in and 'do things'. Arch is great if you want a lightweight customizable distro, which requires a bit of tweaking and setting up.
[3:41] <sio> incompl_te: I have a recent rev.b with 512MB; not sure if it's a B rev 1.
[3:41] <sio> ShiftPlusOne: ty
[3:41] <ShiftPlusOne> np
[3:42] <incompl_te> sio:some more googling leads me to believe i got an earlier model b with only 256... thanks for the help :)
[3:42] <SophieRxx> Is Arch worth the effort?
[3:42] <ShiftPlusOne> SophieRxx: it is for me, but it depends on your needs
[3:43] <SophieRxx> Might buy another card and try it out.
[3:43] <incompl_te> Arch is awesome! I run an mpd server with 100k songs off of my pi
[3:44] <ShiftPlusOne> SophieRxx: I like it because it has a great wiki with a tutorial on just about everything you might want to do. It also give you lots of control over your setup. I feel like debian assumes too much.
[3:44] <sio> incompl_te: that's my next goal; mpd using nsf/cifs to access my collection
[3:45] <CelticTurnip> Debian is nice enough, IMHO they've stuffed way too much stuff in Raspbian - they need to ship a minimal Raspian as well as the full bloat 1 :)
[3:45] <ShiftPlusOne> But, the downside is that most pi-focused articles/tutorials assume you're running raspbian and have scripts like raspi-config (which arch doesn't have).
[3:45] <ShiftPlusOne> CelticTurnip: Hexxeh has minimal raspbian images without the bloat.
[3:45] <sio> incompl_te: are you using audio out of the device?
[3:45] <ShiftPlusOne> http://www.raspbian.org/HexxehImages
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[3:45] <CelticTurnip> yeah I know you can get them, I just think they should have 1 as an offical download at raspberrypi.org
[3:46] <drSpiderman> Basically I just need to run openssh / weechat / send wol packets to nfs servers
[3:46] <incompl_te> sio: no i disabled mpd's alsa output. i set up my pi as headless and just stream to whatever box im on
[3:46] <drSpiderman> and run mpg123
[3:46] <drSpiderman> no need to store anything on it
[3:46] <drSpiderman> Poor man's airplay # ssh user@raspberrypi 'mpg123 - ' < /local/mp3/file :D
[3:46] <sio> incompl_te: i was planning on using a usb audio device for better quality, as the onboard analog is reportedly bad.
[3:47] <drSpiderman> incompl_te: I also heard this, is HDMI a better audio output?
[3:47] <SophieRxx> I agree that Raspian comes with too much, I don't desire scratch, python games, 3 different browsers etc
[3:47] <drSpiderman> jesus yeah thats too much
[3:47] <drSpiderman> I used to use gentoo
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[3:47] <Milos> ParkerR_, nice :)
[3:47] <incompl_te> i haven't tried the hdmi or aux outputs
[3:48] <incompl_te> i have my pi sitting right next to my desktop which has a soundcard, so...
[3:48] <Milos> ParkerR_, the other difference is I have additional complications from running mine completely off a battery, rather than a stable power source.
[3:48] <Milos> ParkerR_, battery, 3G, webcam.
[3:48] <Milos> ParkerR_, and GPS.
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[3:49] <drSpiderman> gahh I hate dd it takes forever and it tells me NOOTHINGGGGGG
[3:49] <drSpiderman> and I always forget to wrap it in a screen session
[3:50] <CelticTurnip> drSpiderman: I hear you, I'm dumping an 8GB image to a USB stick in a terminal just over there <-- :)
[3:50] <sio> drSpiderman: clever use of ssh
[3:50] <Milos> drSpiderman, erm
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[3:50] <incompl_te> drSpiderman:http://linuxcommando.blogspot.com/2008/06/show-progress-during-dd-copy.html
[3:50] <Milos> you realise that you can send SIGUR1 to dd and it will tell you stuff?
[3:50] <Milos> SIGUSR1, I meant.
[3:50] <incompl_te> Milos:SIGUR1 kills the process on some flavors
[3:51] <Milos> source please
[3:51] <sio> y, usually ctrl-t
[3:51] <incompl_te> http://unix.stackexchange.com/questions/38589/why-does-sigusr1-cause-process-to-be-terminated
[3:51] <Milos> thanks
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[3:51] <sio> SIGINFO
[3:51] <incompl_te> i've only read about it happening on specific distros though
[3:52] <incompl_te> idk
[3:52] <Milos> drSpiderman, did you try kill -USR1 <process ID>
[3:52] <drSpiderman> sio: hah thanks
[3:52] <drSpiderman> Milos: Oh its nbd
[3:52] <Milos> incompl_te, that has nothing to do with what I said.
[3:52] <drSpiderman> sio: actually what you can do is wrap it in a for loop
[3:53] <Milos> incompl_te, that can be applied to any program.
[3:53] <drSpiderman> so if you have public key auth or just a keyfile
[3:53] <drSpiderman> you would just
[3:53] <Milos> drSpiderman, it's what?
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[3:53] <drSpiderman> Milos: no big deal
[3:53] <Milos> drSpiderman, if you want to miss out on learning then it's no big deal.
[3:54] <Milos> If you want to get output from dd, then run kill -USR1 $(pidof dd)
[3:54] <drSpiderman> Milos: haha I'll look at it ;p
[3:54] <Milos> you can put this inside of `watch` and then have an updating display of what's going on
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[3:56] <CelticTurnip> usb stick imaged
[3:59] <drSpiderman> Milos: neat! lol
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[4:03] <drSpiderman> for track in *.mp3; do ssh user@remote 'mpg123 -' < $track; done
[4:03] <drSpiderman> my one liner for playing mp3's via ssh to your pi or anything else that has mpg123 installed... most ssh servers
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[4:07] <drSpiderman> whats the default pass for the arch pi image ?
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[4:09] <CelticTurnip> user: root pass: root
[4:09] <drSpiderman> best password evar
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[4:12] <drSpiderman> whats the highest resolution the pi supports ?
[4:12] <drSpiderman> It keeps booting to graphical and thats when it dies
[4:13] <drSpiderman> and considering hte pi is connected to a 27inch display
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[4:15] <CelticTurnip> 1920x1200 according to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Raspberry_Pi
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[4:19] <drSpiderman> welll...s shit
[4:19] <drSpiderman> So new sdcard new os image, similar yet different behavior
[4:19] <drSpiderman> and new monitor
[4:19] <drSpiderman> conncted via hdmi -> dvi converter
[4:20] <drSpiderman> thats the only thing thats the same
[4:20] <drSpiderman> but basically it boots, it loks like it's still running
[4:20] <drSpiderman> but no video, and I had video... seconds ago
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[4:20] <drSpiderman> I just sent a shutdown command to it, cna't tell if it's doing it
[4:21] <drSpiderman> man I wish I could just configure sshd/ users and dhcp on my image then just boot it and go
[4:22] <drSpiderman> ugh of course its not loading now
[4:22] <mc0e> drSpiderman: is it just video that's failing? have you got a network connection?
[4:22] <drSpiderman> I can't tell much because I didn't have time to grab the ip before video disapeared, it seemed to be functional outside of the video
[4:23] <mc0e> I mena it's not something like an under-powered power supply is it?
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[4:24] <drSpiderman> mc0e: I ordered the 5w psu for it from allied
[4:24] <drSpiderman> thats a theory though
[4:24] <CelticTurnip> if the image has dhcp running can't you get the IP from your router?
[4:24] <ReggieUK> drSpiderman, pm
[4:24] <mc0e> presumably OK then, but it's likely easy to test.
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[4:24] <drSpiderman> But see it did it again, it booted got to the login prompt. Display gone.
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[4:25] <drSpiderman> I take it the arch install doesn't come with a window manager so I don't know why it would fail at one point versus another
[4:25] <drSpiderman> but I like your theory about not enough power
[4:25] <drSpiderman> That or the video adapters are hosed, but I can't tell till I get home
[4:25] <drSpiderman> CelticTurnip: I'm at a network where I don't have access to the router nor am I allowed to scan the network'
[4:25] <mc0e> have you tried a different screen?
[4:26] <drSpiderman> diff monitor yes
[4:26] <home> YOU WONT BE COMING HOME :D
[4:26] <drSpiderman> same behavior
[4:26] <drSpiderman> at least similar behavior
[4:26] <drSpiderman> I can't tell if the culprit is the hdmi cable or the monoprice hdmi / dvi adapter
[4:28] <mc0e> don't suppose you're allowed to run tcpdump either then?
[4:28] <mc0e> you could probably spot the arp packets
[4:28] <mc0e> and dhcp packets
[4:28] <drSpiderman> no network ops isn't a big fan of any examination of the network
[4:28] <mc0e> not surprised
[4:29] <drSpiderman> I have a couple of good theories to go on
[4:29] <mc0e> run a cable direct to your pc and run your own dhcp?
[4:29] <drSpiderman> yeah I can do that
[4:29] <drSpiderman> then just scan that subnet for the right address
[4:30] <drSpiderman> baw man I was thinking this should be a nice low key thing to setup while I study assembly
[4:30] <drSpiderman> NNNOOOOOOPPPPEEEEEE ;p
[4:30] <mc0e> mine comes up as raspberrypi.my.domain
[4:30] <mc0e> if your dns accepts names provided by the machine itself, that might work for you
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[4:31] <mc0e> I'm runnung the raspbian image. the name might vary
[4:31] <drSpiderman> mc0e: I'm using the arch image
[4:31] <drSpiderman> I originally suspected that raspbian /sdcard could have been the issue so I switched cards and images
[4:32] <drSpiderman> well you guys reccomeneded me to try it ;p
[4:32] <mc0e> I'm sure someone here knows the default name for an arch system, and it's likely the same anyway
[4:33] <drSpiderman> mc0e: I'll just nmap -sP the subnet I'm natting
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[4:36] <drSpiderman> actually I'll try fping
[4:36] <drSpiderman> I don't know why
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[4:44] <drSpiderman> yyaaaay I'm ssh'd in
[4:45] <drSpiderman> but hte video has not failed since the last restart.... *is cautiously waiting for failure*
[4:45] <drSpiderman> ... its working totally fine now...
[4:45] <drSpiderman> (is weary)
[4:45] <drSpiderman> oh no it died
[4:45] <drSpiderman> ssh connection dropped
[4:46] <drSpiderman> :< that means the whole unit failes after a few seconds of being on... after being powered off for a while
[4:46] <drSpiderman> Ok.. thats something though... So the device powers up, runs ok... then fails after about of minute of running
[4:47] <drSpiderman> suspect power. other than that is that most likely a faulty device :/
[4:47] <drSpiderman> Whats the failure rates on these things?
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[4:51] <SophieRxx> drSpiderman: Power supply specs?
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[4:52] <SophieRxx> Nevermind then
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[4:56] <darth_malek> i lose my display when i connect to the internet or get an ip, anyone know why? running rasbmc
[4:59] <pksato> standard answer: Power Supply problem. :)
[5:03] <SophieRxx> If the foundation got a donation everytime the answer was "power supply problems" they could afford to give away the pi's for free.
[5:03] <CelticTurnip> with working power supplies?
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[5:04] <SophieRxx> Hmm that's pushing it a little.
[5:05] <CelticTurnip> maybe in a year or 2 then :)
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[5:07] <SophieRxx> I wonder what the pi will be like in a year or two...
[5:07] <CelticTurnip> quad core, msata port, solar powered :)
[5:08] <SophieRxx> In less than a year we've already had a ram upgrade and things, should be interesting.
[5:08] <CelticTurnip> ps2 keyboard support :D
[5:08] <CelticTurnip> seriously though hopefully fully open source so I can have OpenBSD on 1 :)
[5:09] <SophieRxx> If only! I bought a usb keyboard as I didn't have any. Didn't try it for 2 months...it's faulty
[5:09] <CelticTurnip> haha, been there done that :)
[5:09] <SophieRxx> It's fine until I need to use shift. As shift + some keys just doesn't work
[5:10] <CelticTurnip> most of the hardware I use is configured via serial cable (through my laptop) ... I recently had to build a machine via keyboard/monitor and 3 of the 4 keyboards I had access to didn't work :)
[5:10] <SophieRxx> That sucks
[5:11] <SophieRxx> Luckily I use SSH mostly, but there are times where a working keyboard would be nice.
[5:11] <CelticTurnip> yeah you have to keep it old school some times :)
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[5:12] <SophieRxx> My mouse is funny too :( It tries to move to the bottom of the screen constantly, unplugging and plugging it in again fixes it though
[5:13] <CelticTurnip> I'd buy a cat, keep the mouse in its place
[5:13] <SophieRxx> That could work. I wouldn't mind if I didn't have to walk across the room to unplug it
[5:14] <ackthet> or at least a good mouse trap
[5:14] <CelticTurnip> ackthet: stop DDOSing Acer so I can get this 1 driver please...
[5:14] <CelticTurnip> although it has sped up, now humming along at 15KB/s
[5:14] <ackthet> no, not till they open source
[5:14] <CelticTurnip> you gnu/rebel
[5:15] <CelticTurnip> ackthet: you running 9.1 now?
[5:16] <CelticTurnip> or still waiting for an ISO?
[5:16] <ackthet> dood 9.1 is passe
[5:16] <ackthet> im on 10
[5:16] <CelticTurnip> fair call :)
[5:16] <CelticTurnip> get your current on
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[5:19] <CelticTurnip> I still keep talking up installing 9.x, but I get home then I just can't be stuffed ;)
[5:19] <CelticTurnip> and the 9.0 boxes here just keep chugging along, I'll update them when I'm forced too
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[5:27] <SophieRxx> "You will only be able to join #raspberrypi if you are identified w/ Nickserv"
[5:27] <SophieRxx> but don't you have to join to be able to read that?
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[5:28] <ReggieUK> shhhh, you'll create a wormhole SophieRxx
[5:28] <CelticTurnip> I've just gone cross eyed!
[5:28] <CelticTurnip> NO!
[5:28] <CelticTurnip> I pondered it for too long!
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[5:28] <ReggieUK> I can feel the spacetime continuum cracking
[5:29] <SophieRxx> Sorry!
[5:29] <[deXter]> SophieRxx, Good point, but in any case, unregistered users will still get the message.
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[5:30] <DooMMasteR> https://twitter.com/DooMMasteR/status/276906047510310912 << retweeet :P pls
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[5:30] <SophieRxx> 4.30 Am... I really should sleep. Xkcd and #raspberrypi is keeping me awake though
[5:31] <CelticTurnip> there's a 4:30AM now?
[5:31] <SophieRxx> UK
[5:32] <CelticTurnip> ah that explains it, I'm in Australia... we probably don't get a 4:30AM :)
[5:32] <mranostay> it is beer o clock
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[5:33] <CelticTurnip> beer? I could do with a vodka or 6
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[5:36] <tonsofpcs> what do I do if I get a board that isn't functioning properly?
[5:36] <CelticTurnip> get a replacement
[5:36] <CelticTurnip> contact your supplier?
[5:36] <tonsofpcs> (through MCM/e14)
[5:36] <tonsofpcs> should I contact MCM/e14 or should I contact someone else?
[5:37] <CelticTurnip> you would start with your supplier :)
[5:37] <tonsofpcs> thanks :)
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[5:37] <shufflebot> Drspiderman here
[5:37] <shufflebot> So I camehome
[5:37] <shufflebot> switched the psu, things worked way better.
[5:38] <shufflebot> started stress testing piped a few yes commands etc
[5:38] <shufflebot> crashed
[5:38] <tonsofpcs> two new boards, one doesn't even light up the NIC, the other one seems like it isn't doing something right (I see no network address but I'm using a SD card that works fine on existing rev B)
[5:38] <SophieRxx> shufflebot: psu specs?
[5:38] <tonsofpcs> oh well, g'nite
[5:38] <CelticTurnip> later tonsofpcs
[5:38] <shufflebot> SophieRxx: I'm just using an apple5w
[5:39] <CelticTurnip> ooh Microsoft just invited me to Christmas drinks...
[5:40] * CelticTurnip deletes email and moves on
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[5:40] <ShiftPlusOne> Microsoft just called to inform me that their system shows that I have a virus and I need to let them access my computer to fix it.
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[5:41] <ShiftPlusOne> actually, I haven't received that call in a while =/
[5:41] <SpeedEvil> :-)
[5:41] <CelticTurnip> ShiftPlusOne: my email was actually from Microsoft, but yeah I've had those calls too
[5:41] <tonsofpcs> ShiftPlusOne: the proper answer is "oh no, is it catchy? will you come and boil it for me?"
[5:41] <ShiftPlusOne> Oh this guy was from Microsoft too, he said so.
[5:41] <CelticTurnip> damn you OpenBSD damn you and you viruses!
[5:42] <ShiftPlusOne> tonsofpcs: I have started telling scammers and telemarketers to hold and putting the phone down until they hang up =/
[5:43] <asaru> you gotta mess with them
[5:43] <tonsofpcs> ShiftPlusOne: my old boss once got the people who sold competing long distance to hang up by responding to "Can we please speak with the person who handles your phones?" with "We don't have any phones"
[5:43] <SophieRxx> I should try that.
[5:43] <asaru> let them direct you to their lmi website and enter the wrong code over and over again
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[5:43] <ShiftPlusOne> tonsofpcs: lol
[5:44] <asaru> pretend to be an old lady thats seriously concerned about the safety of her pc but just cant figure out how to do what they're asking
[5:44] <CelticTurnip> :)
[5:45] <asaru> i work in helpdesk and i get calls all the time from people who did what scammers like that told them to
[5:45] <asaru> i wish i could get a call from one of them, so i could mess with them
[5:46] <shufflebot> So s usingthe apple 5w adapter a bad idea?
[5:46] <asaru> 5v?
[5:47] <shufflebot> yar
[5:47] <shufflebot> sorry
[5:47] <shufflebot> lol
[5:47] <asaru> how many amp?
[5:48] <Dayofswords> anyone have any idea why my pi seems to randomly turn off? it just stops mid boot or or when using it.
[5:48] <asaru> http://elinux.org/RPi_VerifiedPeripherals#Power_adapters
[5:48] <asaru> there are some apple power supplies listed as working fine
[5:48] <asaru> dayofswords, what power supply
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[5:49] <shufflebot> asaru: I'm using a verfied power adapter
[5:49] <tonsofpcs> Dayofswords: how many peripherals attached?
[5:49] <Dayofswords> asaru: HTC TCP-300 5v 1A, it's on the verfied list
[5:49] <asaru> could just be broken
[5:50] <asaru> or maybe bad sd card
[5:50] <Dayofswords> tonsofpcs: HDMI, 5v 60mA keyboard, 5v 100mA mouse
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[5:50] <asaru> old pis can only source 140 thru usb iirc
[5:50] <Dayofswords> 512MB pi
[5:50] <asaru> you got a model a?
[5:51] <asaru> ah
[5:51] <asaru> thats not it then
[5:51] <shufflebot> it seems be be beavhing now
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[5:51] <asaru> thats good
[5:51] <Dayofswords> it's wierd, i'll be using it for 4 minutes and the screen stops getting a signal, HDMI and component do it
[5:52] <shufflebot> hmm I'm going to run headless with openssh
[5:52] <Dayofswords> sometimes it doesnt get through booting
[5:52] <shufflebot> Itll be a victory if its still online after my drive
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[6:05] <Dayofswords> man, i dont get it, i cant get to login now...
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[6:16] <shufflebot> Yeah it looks like the system dies
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[6:17] <shufflebot> whenever its under high load
[6:17] <shufflebot> pacman -Syu
[6:17] <shufflebot> >_< killed it
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[6:29] <nahmaste> im having trouble compiling and using qemu 1.3.50 to create a rpi vm on a debian 6.0.6 squeeze host using the debian 3.2.0-4-versatile wheezy kernel and ramdisk... anyone done this already and know it works?
[6:29] <ShiftPlusOne> yes
[6:29] <ShiftPlusOne> what trouble are you having?
[6:30] <ShiftPlusOne> are you going to emulate raspbian?
[6:30] <nahmaste> the installer fails when trying to do basic things, like loading install packages before partitioning
[6:30] <nahmaste> im trying to build a cross-compile environment where i can test my binaries before rolling them out to my rpis
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[6:31] <ShiftPlusOne> I would just use a ready kernel (I have one available) and use one of the existing (official) disk images.
[6:31] <shufflebot> Would a100-240vac .5a output 5vdc 1000mA power unit suffice ?
[6:31] <nahmaste> im using the latest official raspbian
[6:31] <nahmaste> but ill take your image, do you have a link?
[6:31] <ShiftPlusOne> I meant for your VM
[6:31] <nahmaste> kernel i mean
[6:31] <ShiftPlusOne> http://xecdesign.com/downloads/linux-qemu/kernel-qemu
[6:32] <Essobi> :D
[6:32] <ShiftPlusOne> A quick howto http://xecdesign.com/qemu-emulating-raspberry-pi-the-easy-way/
[6:32] <Essobi> Funny, I'm working on qemu atm
[6:32] <ShiftPlusOne> that's a 3.6.8 kernel with all of the important stuff enabled (stuff required for raspbian, devian and arch images to work)..
[6:33] <Essobi> gonzo just got FreeBSD/armv6 up on a patched qemu-1.3. :D
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[6:34] <nahmaste> ShiftPlusOne: thanks. what initrd should i use?
[6:34] <ShiftPlusOne> none
[6:34] <ShiftPlusOne> qemu-system-arm -kernel kernel-qemu -cpu arm1176 -m 256 -M versatilepb -no-reboot -serial stdio -append "root=/dev/sda2 panic=1" -hda 2012-10-28-wheezy-raspbian.img
[6:34] <ShiftPlusOne> should work
[6:34] <Dayofswords> Ok i just tested my charger, it supplis 5.1V so that isnt why my pi keeps turning off............
[6:35] <nahmaste> ShiftPlusOne: ok... one other question, should I compile my own qemu or use the debian stable one? it seems rather old
[6:35] <ShiftPlusOne> compile your own
[6:35] <nahmaste> alrighty, ty
[6:35] <ShiftPlusOne> http://xecdesign.com/compiling-qemu/ =)
[6:36] <nahmaste> ShiftPlusOne: ive been using -clock dynticks but i read somewhere thats the default, is that the case with qemu?
[6:36] <ShiftPlusOne> not sure actually
[6:37] <nahmaste> gotcha. thx again for the help, gonna try out everything now.
[6:38] <ShiftPlusOne> If you have problems, let me know.
[6:47] <shufflebot> do the 512mb models draw more power ?
[6:47] <ShiftPlusOne> shouldn't afaik
[6:47] <shufflebot> two diff 5w psu's I've tried
[6:47] <shufflebot> 3
[6:48] <shufflebot> the first one it would die seconds after boot
[6:48] <shufflebot> the 2nd & 3rd one die whenever I do something intensive on the system eg pacman -Syu
[6:48] <ShiftPlusOne> What voltage are you getting between tp1 and tp2 and what's pluged into your usb ports?
[6:48] <shufflebot> Just ethernet
[6:48] <shufflebot> I couldn't tell you about the voltage
[6:49] <shufflebot> how would I find this information out?
[6:49] <lunra> You'd need a voltmeter
[6:49] <ShiftPlusOne> multimeter
[6:49] <shufflebot> Yeah don't have one
[6:49] <shufflebot> the 1st psu was just a standard apple 5w
[6:49] <shufflebot> the mini ones that have been shipping with the iphones forever
[6:49] <ShiftPlusOne> should work
[6:50] <shufflebot> hmm should
[6:50] <shufflebot> but does not.
[6:50] <lunra> As long as it's definitely a genuine apple one
[6:50] <lunra> So, yours did come with an iPhone?
[6:50] <shufflebot> yeah
[6:51] <ShiftPlusOne> I think you'd need to check the voltage to rule out a power issue
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[6:53] <shufflebot> ugh
[6:56] <nahmaste> ShiftPlusOne: it seems to work, but i get some warnings: http://pastebin.com/WHYkLdkL can these be ignored safely?
[6:57] <ShiftPlusOne> yeah, looks right
[6:57] <ShiftPlusOne> the next step would be resizing the disk image which may be a bit fiddly
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[6:58] <ShiftPlusOne> I dd a bunch of zeros on the end to add an additional few gigs, then use fdisk to delete and recreate the partition (with the same starting sector but ending at the end of the image) then boot qemu and resize2fs
[7:01] <nahmaste> ShiftPlusOne: gotcha. thats in your full tutorial on qemu, correct?
[7:01] <ShiftPlusOne> nope, I didn't write that up
[7:02] <ShiftPlusOne> it's in the comment section of the the first article though, someone recommended that method.
[7:02] <ShiftPlusOne> http://xecdesign.com/qemu-emulating-raspberry-pi-the-easy-way/#comment-292
[7:03] <nahmaste> ShiftPlusOne: gotcha, thanks
[7:03] <ShiftPlusOne> (except he does the partition editing from within qemu, which might be abetter way to do it)
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[7:54] <nahmaste> ShiftPlusOne: so i created an arm toolchain using http://www.bootc.net/archives/2012/05/26/how-to-build-a-cross-compiler-for-your-raspberry-pi/ can i just mount the rootfs img and install bins i compile to that image? or do i need to use something like scratchbox2?
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[7:57] <ShiftPlusOne> It has been a long time since I have crosscompiled anything without sb2
[7:58] <ShiftPlusOne> You should be fine without it if you know what you're doing
[8:00] <nahmaste> im shaky on cross compiling, but it seems like if i have the img mounted i can just initialize sb2 inside the root fs and point it to the arm toolchain (per http://russelldavis.org/2012/01/28/setting-up-a-vm-for-raspberry-pi-development-using-virtualbox-scratchbox2-qemu-part-3/)
[8:01] <ShiftPlusOne> instead of just mounting it I beleive you need to take all the files there and chmod 777 everything and chown everything to the user.
[8:02] <ShiftPlusOne> nahmaste: these are a little bit more up to date (thought still old) http://pastebin.com/4Jp1WPTb also written by russel.
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[8:02] <nahmaste> ShiftPlusOne: gotcha, ty. does the chmod 777 on all files cause any problems with the rootfs once its live on a pi?
[8:03] <ShiftPlusOne> You wouldn't want to move everything back to pi just like that
[8:03] <ShiftPlusOne> take the binaries you have built instead
[8:04] <nahmaste> hmm, yea. i was thinking it would be simple to be able to target the files in the image when doing make install somehow
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[8:05] <nahmaste> s/files/install_dirs/
[8:05] <ShiftPlusOne> I haven't had the need to use scratchbox much, just a bit of fiddling, it might be worth asking what's the better way of doing it
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[8:06] <nahmaste> kk thanks again
[8:06] <ShiftPlusOne> Russel was telling me a while back there's some ssh feature in scratchbox which would allow you to do roughly wha tyou want and that he would write up a tutorial on it.
[8:06] <ShiftPlusOne> But that was a while back and he's fairly busy nowadays I think
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[8:06] <ShiftPlusOne> I may be remembering wrong as well.
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[10:11] <DarkTherapy> morning all
[10:13] <Dayofswords> can you guys help me figure out why my pi seems to shut off randomly? I have a verified charger (5v(tested to be 5.1) 1A), using HDMI, 5v100mA mouse, 5v 60mA keyboard, 16GB sd card.
[10:14] <n1ko> shut off or freeze? overclocking? try another charger? what sd-card?
[10:14] <DarkTherapy> does it shut down randomly without any peripherals?
[10:15] <Dayofswords> i use it, it boots, after a while the screen goes blank and i cant do anything. i unplug and plug back in, it may finish booting and get to log in, it might not.
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[10:16] <Dayofswords> No overclocking
[10:17] <Dayofswords> just tried with no mouse or keyboard, it didnt get to log in.
[10:17] <DarkTherapy> try a different sd card
[10:17] <Gr33n3gg> ^
[10:18] <Dayofswords> I don't have one :\
[10:18] <DarkTherapy> try formatting it and start again
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[10:19] <Dayofswords> i've done that a few times.
[10:20] <Dayofswords> also if i leave the pi on after it goes blank... it turns my tv on and off a few times sometimes(a feature of hdmi CEC I guess)
[10:21] <DarkTherapy> odd
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[10:22] <neilr> I had something similar a few months ago - would run for a short time, then just freeze. New SD card fixed it. Been using SanDisk 4GB class 4 since then with no problems in a couple of pis.
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[10:23] <DarkTherapy> if anyone's interested, here's my raspberry opening my garage door.. with Siri http://youtu.be/6hoFL_WP5DU
[10:23] <Dayofswords> what do you mean by freeze? mine is basically no longer sending a signal
[10:24] <neilr> Screen would go blank, and it would drop off the network.
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[10:25] <Mehhh> So i hear the raspbian pi is done with gcc 4.7 linaro toolchain now?
[10:26] <Dayofswords> I have a 4GB micro sd card i could use, but i have no idea where my converter is...
[10:26] <Mehhh> It's just armel instead of armhf?
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[10:26] <faLUCE> hi. what's the cheapest way for making a good case for raspberry pi?
[10:27] <neilr> define cheap and good... cheapest is cardboard - there's a .pdf somewhere you can cut out and fold up into a case.
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[10:29] <faLUCE> neilr: but what about e-m issues with cardboard?
[10:29] <Dayofswords> the box it came in would work i guess.
[10:29] <booyaa> lolo
[10:29] <Jck_true> Thats what one of mine runs from - Opned in both ends - MicroUSB in and a lan cable out
[10:29] <faLUCE> Dayofswords: what box?
[10:30] <Jck_true> The white farnell one
[10:30] <Jck_true> The RS could work too - But would require a bit more cutting
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[10:30] <faLUCE> Jck_true: do you mean that raspberry is sold with a box?
[10:31] <Jck_true> faLUCE: Cardboard box... The one it came in the mail in
[10:31] <faLUCE> ok I see
[10:31] <Jck_true> faLUCE: http://www.flickr.com/photos/gilesbooth/7319745998/
[10:31] <faLUCE> but what about e-m issues with cardboard?
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[10:32] <neilr> what e-m issues do you mean?
[10:32] <Jck_true> faLUCE: What you mean with "E-M"?
[10:33] <Jck_true> faLUCE: Oh and don't use it while it's in the gray smokey anti static bags... Thoose are conductive...
[10:33] <Jck_true> The pink red ones are okay
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[10:33] <neilr> http://www.raspberrypi.org/archives/1310
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[10:35] <chas> :)
[10:41] <moopet> my pi is currently hanging from an ethernet cable down the back of my sofa with no box
[10:41] <moopet> it's doing great
[10:43] <moopet> actually
[10:43] <moopet> I tell you what I'd like, a bluetooth dongle that lets me run as an audio streaming receiver
[10:44] <moopet> are there such things? There didn't used to be back when people gave a damn about bluetooth
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[10:45] <Mehhh> There are 3.5->BT adapters, no?
[10:45] <Mehhh> I think for.... 3-4 years?
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[10:47] <Jck_true> moopet: You can buy a bluetooth usb dongle - But I don't think the A2DP stack is completed on linux
[10:47] <DarkTherapy> my pi is in my garage http://youtu.be/6hoFL_WP5DU
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[10:48] <RMapZero> Hi there. I've got a question about my Raspberry Pi
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[10:48] <RMapZero> I'm using wheezy + tightvncserver
[10:48] <RMapZero> And whenever I run tightvncserver, it creates an additional "virtual" X environment.
[10:48] <RMapZero> I want to control the current X environment.
[10:48] <RMapZero> Is there some way to do that?
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[10:50] <artag> http://www.karlrunge.com/x11vnc/ appears to do that
[10:51] <RMapZero> Oh so it's a limitation of tightvncserver?
[10:52] <RMapZero> I'm a bit glad to get away from tightvncserver anyway.
[10:52] <artag> don't know that it's a limitation as such
[10:52] <RMapZero> Kinda skeeves me out to have a maximum of 8 characters for a password.
[10:52] <artag> it's generally seen as an advantage
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[10:53] <RMapZero> Well it's an advantage to have the option
[10:53] <RMapZero> But
[10:53] <RMapZero> But a limitation if there's no other choice
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[10:54] <artag> sure, doing all the options are better. but the windows model of rendering to a physical screen and then scraping it seems a bit crude
[10:54] <RMapZero> Yeah, agreed
[10:55] <RMapZero> But I do want to be able to control my RPi via network, so I don't have to futz with a keyboard and mouse
[10:56] <artag> do you actually want to see the screen, or can you see the real one ?
[10:56] <RMapZero> I can see the real one
[10:56] <artag> you might find synergy is what you really want
[10:56] <booyaa> +1 synergy
[10:57] <RMapZero> Let me give it a try
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[11:02] <moopet> Mehhh: I mean the other way around, so I can pair a phone and play sound on the phone and interpret it on the pi
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[11:03] <Mehhh> Yes
[11:03] <Mehhh> USB soundcard, no?
[11:04] <gazzwi86> so i got myself a load of IR sensors a raspberry pi and an arduino. The project I was going to do has kind of been a failure. Any suggestions as to what i can do with 23 ir sensors?
[11:04] <Mehhh> www.amazon.com/dp/B003MN1LTQ
[11:05] <Mehhh> gazzwi86 , ebay
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[11:05] <Mehhh> in qty of 23
[11:05] <gazzwi86> haha
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[11:05] <Mehhh> that way you can charge for shipping on 1x23
[11:05] <Mehhh> 23x more shipping than before
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[11:08] <gazzwi86> Mehhh: nice idea, I wanted to try and use them first though :)
[11:08] <RMapZero> Is midori supposed to have, like, a location bar?
[11:08] <RMapZero> Oh weird
[11:08] <RMapZero> Shows up on resize.
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[11:08] <Mehhh> Midori does
[11:10] <artag> what do you mean by an ir sensor ? just a receiver ? one of those distance measurers ?
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[11:15] * moopet got an old radio (from 1937) and was going to pi it up, but I think I'm going to do a proper restoration on it first
[11:18] <Jck_true> gazzwi86: Hmm with 23-- you could mount them like 1 inch apart and make a scale after where you put your hand above it?
[11:18] <gazzwi86> artag: distance sensor
[11:19] <gazzwi86> Jck_true: thats pretty much what I was trying to do
[11:19] <Jck_true> Triggering the first would = 0% - Last on the row would be 100%
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[11:19] <gazzwi86> there was a lot of interference from each sensor
[11:19] <Jck_true> air piano
[11:20] <brady2600> what command would one use to list all the users on the pi?
[11:20] <tanuva> "users"
[11:20] <artag> curious. I had a row of those and they didn't seem to interact much. maybe yours were closer
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[11:21] <gazzwi86> artag: I tried them mounted along their long edge with a 7cm gap
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[11:21] <gazzwi86> I wanted 25cm a key
[11:22] <Jck_true> Did you put something between them so they didn't have direct line of sight?
[11:22] <gazzwi86> when I put 2 sensors for each key it seemed to work quite nicely but the moment I put a second key there it went mental
[11:22] <artag> i would think they'd act badly if they can see each other's lighting
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[11:22] <gazzwi86> Jck_true: No. I tried with a bit of board between them, seemed to improve it though
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[11:23] <artag> even indirectly
[11:23] <Jck_true> I don't know how they work - But don't they emit IR and get triggered if they pick up a reflection from your hand
[11:24] <artag> i thought they were just reflected intensity, because sometimes they seem to react that way. but apparently they're geometric - the look for the image of an IR spot on a line sensor
[11:24] <gazzwi86> Jck_true: yeh
[11:25] <gazzwi86> artag: the intention was not to have any pads for them to mask vision just the sensors and a projection
[11:25] <gazzwi86> make it seem like magic! :)
[11:25] <Jck_true> So naturally you will have a problem if one sensor emits IR straight into the next
[11:25] <neilr> Heh. And I always thought they were passive devices that just picked up the IR that your hand/foot/whatever is already emitting. Learn something new every day :)
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[11:26] <gazzwi86> artag: what? so they spot the ir dot reflected and plot it to work out distance?
[11:26] <artag> yup
[11:26] <Jck_true> neilr: I'll know soon enough - I got one in the mail :) Along with a "Body touch" sensor and a few other arduino style sensors :)
[11:26] <artag> pretty impressive for ??15
[11:26] <gazzwi86> I thought it was intensity
[11:26] <gazzwi86> indeed
[11:27] <neilr> If I told my wife I had a 'body touch sensor' in the post she'd probably give me a strange look.
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[11:28] <artag> i still think they're a bit variable. Thinking they were intensity based, I did some code to make them autozero, because zero seemed to move a lot. so maybe they use that geometric method but aren't very precisely set up
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[11:28] <Jck_true> neilr: Well i'm making a small HUD on my desk from an old laptop panel - Then swap "slides" on it by touching the steel frame of the desk
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[11:28] <brady2600> that sounds cool
[11:28] <brady2600> whats the hud for
[11:29] <Jck_true> brady2600: Weather as the only thing now
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[11:29] <Peace-> hi :D
[11:29] <Jck_true> But I plan on RSS feeds (maybe irc monitor)
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[11:31] <RMapZero> Does anyone know the right way tos et up synergy config file?
[11:31] <RMapZero> Mine keeps refusing the connection from windows
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[11:35] <Gadgetoid> So, who is going to Norwich RPI ( or is it RPI Norwich? ) tomorrow?
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[11:36] <Jck_true> RMapZero: Is the setup working? (Firewall on your windows box etc)
[11:36] <RMapZero> The setup?
[11:37] <RMapZero> The setup on Win went fine.
[11:37] <RMapZero> But the server side is refusing the client.
[11:37] <Jck_true> RMapZero: Have you succesfully conencted another client to your windows machine?
[11:37] <RMapZero> No, the RPi is the server.
[11:38] <Jck_true> :O Wouldn't it be the other way around normally...
[11:38] <RMapZero> Oh could be.
[11:38] <RMapZero> Maybe that's the problem.
[11:39] <Jck_true> RMapZero: The server is where you have your keyboard+mouse connected
[11:39] <RMapZero> Oh, that might be a problem :P
[11:39] <Jck_true> ;)
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[11:40] <RMapZero> Jck_true: Any idea how to choose the name of the pi?
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[11:40] <RMapZero> Is that in the .conf?
[11:40] <n1ko> /etc/hostname /etc/hosts
[11:41] <Jck_true> RMapZero: Most of the Synergy configuration is on the server end (Your case the windows machine with the keyboard
[11:41] <Jck_true> RMapZero: The only thing you really have to configure on the rapsberry is where it should connect and what alias it should use
[11:42] <Jck_true> Mine is named JFK but that's really all up to you :)
[11:42] <RMapZero> Hm
[11:44] <RMapZero> Hey
[11:44] <RMapZero> It's working
[11:44] <RMapZero> Sweet
[11:44] <RMapZero> Thanks Jck_true
[11:44] <RMapZero> This is sweet
[11:45] <tanuva> as long as your network is stable. tends to hang a little on wlan here
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[11:52] <brady2600> ok when you ssh into your raspberry pi, and you type users into the terminal, should it be only listing the user your logged in as?
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[11:52] <booyaa> brady2600: i tend to use w
[11:53] <brady2600> ?
[11:53] <booyaa> tends to be more useful
[11:53] <booyaa> you see who caonnected to what terminal and from where
[11:53] <brady2600> just type w?
[11:53] <booyaa> yup
[11:54] <brady2600> im not just trying to see the connected users, but all the users on the pi
[11:54] <frikinz> sed 's/:.*//' /etc/passw
[11:54] <frikinz> sed 's/:.*//' /etc/passwd
[11:55] <brady2600> are you saying that to me frinkinz?
[11:55] <frikinz> brady2600: yes
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[11:59] <frikinz> this includes "system users"
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[12:01] <frikinz> debian starts user uid at 1000 so this should list "non system users" : awk -F ':' '{if ($3>=1000 && $3<65534) print $1;}' /etc/passwd
[12:01] <frikinz> (if you are running a debian variant)
[12:02] <frikinz> actually awk -F ':' '{if ($3>=1000 && $3<=29999) print $1;}' /etc/passwd
[12:02] <frikinz> /etc/adduser.conf
[12:06] <brady2600> his terminal fu is strong.
[12:07] <Armand> CLI-fu Master!
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[12:27] <frikinz> :) some years of training
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[12:32] <aforemny> What would be the problem if my external HDD is recognized (new high-speed USB device, using dwc_otg), but not device node (/dev/sda) is created, using latest Raspbian?
[12:32] <aforemny> Is it a power issue? I already have a powered usb hub inbetween!
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[12:35] <frikinz> and is it detected from a linux or windows laptop?
[12:35] <aforemny> frikinz: It is detected by another Linux machine.
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[12:39] <Peace-> frikinz: :) http://nowardev.files.wordpress.com/2012/12/rpiffmpeg.jpeg
[12:40] <frikinz> Peace-: nice
[12:41] <frikinz> aforemny: yeah, you don't seem to be alone
[12:41] <frikinz> http://www.raspberrypi.org/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?t=5365&p=80648
[12:41] <Peace-> frikinz: i have rebooted and then ... the file x0 wa in tmp folder
[12:42] <frikinz> Peace-: yes, strange. I wonder if some dumb cron erases from time to time files in /tmp
[12:42] <frikinz> Peace-: a (k)ubuntu problem anyway
[12:43] <Peace-> frikinz: mah dunno here i had an old installation of one alpha
[12:43] <frikinz> but the file is also used a lot locally so I really wonder how the laptop even alone would work
[12:43] <Peace-> frikinz: with a new alpha 13.04 it works out of the box :S
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[12:45] <frikinz> aforemny: I've zero knowledge about the problems but I also found this: http://raspberrypi.stackexchange.com/questions/1886/what-kernel-parameters-are-available-for-fixing-usb-problems
[12:49] <aforemny> frikinz: Thanks. Second one might be worth a try!
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[13:00] <Mehhh> Have any compile flag tests been done?
[13:00] <Mehhh> For the various arm optimizations
[13:02] <frikinz> Which possible optimization? I only see -mfloat-abi=hard which should help a little (as some knowledgable people said here)
[13:04] <frikinz> But I'd be happy to see your reports and nice curves ;)
[13:04] <Jck_true> Mehhh: http://elinux.org/RPi_Software#Compiler
[13:05] <frikinz> oh didn't see these pages. interesting. I'm using the toolchain from https://github.com/raspberrypi/tools.git
[13:06] <frikinz> Code sourcery as far as I've seen doesn't support HF for armv6
[13:08] <Jck_true> My biggest reason for hating C is the compiler nightmare :|
[13:09] <neilr> I did some playing calculating with with soft floats on Debian, and soft and hard floats on Raspbian. Calculating Pi to so many places was about 8x or so faster with hard floats on Raspbian.
[13:10] <n1ko> only reason to use soft float is pretty much oracle jvm, that's alot faster than openjdk on hard
[13:10] <n1ko> and oracle should release hf version by the end of the year
[13:11] <frikinz> yeah but it's so full of security bugs that it was kicked out of debian repository
[13:11] <n1ko> oracle java?
[13:11] <n1ko> not true
[13:11] <frikinz> ah openjdk ok
[13:12] <frikinz> I was talking about java jre
[13:12] <n1ko> same thing
[13:13] <n1ko> it's not in the repos because of oracle's bullshit licensing terms
[13:14] <frikinz> I thought it was because of their security correction policy (once every x months) while there were a lot of security bugs waiting
[13:14] <frikinz> and licensing to a minor aspec
[13:14] <frikinz> aspect*
[13:15] <frikinz> http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=646524
[13:16] <frikinz> the current package has security issues. Newer versions are no longer available
[13:16] <frikinz> under the DLJ license
[13:16] <frikinz> yeah so both
[13:16] <n1ko> not really both :)
[13:16] <brady2600> ok lately ive managed to tunnel tight vnc via ssh to be able to use my raspberry pi, both locally, and over the internet using noip2
[13:17] <n1ko> that mean's that the current package had issues and because of licensing they couldn't use a newer one :)
[13:17] <frikinz> Well, the quality of security support of oracle is known..
[13:17] <n1ko> yeah, it's actually good
[13:17] <brady2600> but something ive noticed is, when i tunnel locally, i see the default icons on the desktop, but though the internet, i get a diffrent desktop
[13:17] <Mehhh> frikinz , there are tons
[13:18] <frikinz> not what I heard in October about people having oracle db in sensitive places. anyway
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[13:18] <Mehhh> of optimizations that is
[13:18] <brady2600> eventhough im logging in via ssh with the same username.. why diffrent desktops?
[13:20] <Mehhh> Does the ras support neon optimizations?
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[14:24] <DeusFigendi> hmmm http://www.raspberrypi.org/quick-start-guide tells me not to run the rPi on a USB-Hub... but that was my plan to use an active hub to deliver USB-Devices (e.g. harddrive) to the Pi AND power it with that. What's the reason? I think usual USB-hubs should deliver 1A
[14:25] <DeusFigendi> (USB 2.0 of corse)
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[14:27] <DeusFigendi> at the moment it's powered by my cellphone-loader but... I will need that one day ;D
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[14:34] <DeusFigendi> oh and the Pi seems to run fine with the 0.75V-Phoneloader due I don't know if it asked for more than 100mA over the data-wire (nor I know if the loader delivers instand or just after requesting)
[14:34] <ozymandias_> DeusFigendi: I'm very much an rPi n00b, but from what I've learned, its extremely sensitive to power issues
[14:34] <DeusFigendi> that means it will get damaged if I underpower it?
[14:35] <ozymandias_> So if you use a powered hub, and have random problems, the first thing that you'll need to do in order to debug it is either whip out a voltmeter or get a known good power supply to test with
[14:35] <ozymandias_> It won't get damaged, it may just exhibit random and strange problems :)
[14:35] <DeusFigendi> hmm okay
[14:35] <DeusFigendi> so I could give it a try
[14:35] <ozymandias_> As Far As I know :)
[14:36] <ozymandias_> Some people even power it from the Usb port on their TVs
[14:36] <DeusFigendi> XD I don't have a Voltmeter that I can connect to USB-Plugs XD And I don't want to open the cables
[14:36] <ozymandias_> I think there's a way to read the voltage from pins on the rPi board
[14:36] <DeusFigendi> well that http://www.raspberrypi.org/quick-start-guide seems to be wrong anyway ;D
[14:36] <ozymandias_> not that I;'ve done it myself
[14:36] <DeusFigendi> mhm okay
[14:36] <ozymandias_> I don't think most hubs will put out 700mA consistently...
[14:37] <ozymandias_> so its probably right
[14:37] <ozymandias_> long story short, try it
[14:37] <ozymandias_> if it boots, you're luck
[14:37] <ozymandias_> *y
[14:37] <DeusFigendi> ;D
[14:37] <ozymandias_> if it doesn't boot, then go buy a real power supply for USD $5 :)
[14:37] <DeusFigendi> I'm in Europe :-p
[14:37] <ozymandias_> LOL okay then pay double
[14:37] <DeusFigendi> sure
[14:37] <DeusFigendi> ;D
[14:38] <DeusFigendi> well okay, just give it a try set the pi on high CPU-load and meassure the voltage
[14:38] <DeusFigendi> *check
[14:38] <DeusFigendi> thanks ozymandias_
[14:38] <ozymandias_> np
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[14:39] <buZz> you can buy 5 usd supplies from europe aswell
[14:39] <buZz> dx.com takes all currencies
[14:39] <DeusFigendi> ^.^
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[14:39] <DeusFigendi> but I don't have any US$
[14:39] <buZz> ALL currencies
[14:40] <DeusFigendi> buZz, it was a joke anyways
[14:40] <buZz> ;)
[14:40] * buZz powers the raspi from a usb hub btw
[14:40] <buZz> the usb hub in a motorola lapdock >:)
[14:40] <DeusFigendi> we have 5V-Power supplys in europe
[14:41] <buZz> yeah i have some 70A 5V supplies at our hackerspace :P
[14:41] <DeusFigendi> and I'm thinking about to use a huge Desktop-Power supply that delivers -12 -5 0 +3.3 +5 and +12 V on a 400Watt base
[14:41] <buZz> which were free (as they were heading towards the garbage)
[14:42] <buZz> DeusFigendi: check the output rail on +5, it will not output 400 watt there
[14:42] <DeusFigendi> right
[14:42] <DeusFigendi> lemme check...
[14:42] <buZz> also you will be wasting a lot of power :D
[14:42] <DeusFigendi> only 140W
[14:42] <buZz> isnt it specified in amps?
[14:43] <DeusFigendi> okay okay its just 24A
[14:43] <buZz> cause 140W on 5V is still almost 30A
[14:43] <buZz> still quite a lot for an ATX supply
[14:43] <buZz> but possible i guess
[14:43] <DeusFigendi> but it tells me so
[14:43] <buZz> http://www.ti.com/product/pth08080w <-- here is a free 5V regulator
[14:44] <DeusFigendi> there are two 5V-outputs one on 24A and one on 3A
[14:44] <buZz> yeah the 3A one is probably just for the standby power
[14:44] <DeusFigendi> jap
[14:44] <DeusFigendi> a lot I'd think
[14:44] <buZz> and also more than enough for 2-3 raspis ;)
[14:44] <DeusFigendi> :D
[14:44] <buZz> x86 is such a crappy platform
[14:45] <buZz> anyway, with the regulator i linked, you can just grab some adapter you have spare, feed it in, and get nice clean 5V output
[14:45] <buZz> to feed your raspi :)
[14:45] <DeusFigendi> well I thought also power my router, two DECT-Phones and a NAS (and maybe a notebook) with such a 400W-powey supply... so it's not that hard wasting energy
[14:46] <buZz> quite possible yes
[14:46] <DeusFigendi> just the fan... hmmm
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[14:46] <DeusFigendi> and I'd have to build a ATX to microUSB-Cable XD
[14:47] <buZz> you can feed a raspi 5v on the GPIO pins
[14:47] <DeusFigendi> orly?
[14:47] <buZz> yarly
[14:48] <DeusFigendi> on 02/06?
[14:48] <DeusFigendi> afk
[14:48] <buZz> +5 and GND
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[14:52] <DeusFigendi> that is
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[14:52] <DeusFigendi> 2+6
[14:52] <DeusFigendi> or 4+6
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[15:35] <ricardo> Hi, I installed XBMC but I can't play any movie. Do I have to buy the codec support?
[15:36] <n1ko> for mpeg2 yes, for h264 no
[15:36] <n1ko> what do you mean "can't" and what movie (or more importantly what format) have you tested
[15:37] <ricardo> mpeg
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[15:59] <lodenrogue> hello
[15:59] <lodenrogue> hey guys. If you could help me out by checking this out and sharing it with your friends and family it would be great: http://www.indiegogo.com/xmaswish/x/1870096
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[16:16] <planezit> Any suggestions for a DNS server package on raspberrypi? Looked at maradns
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[16:18] <viric> why not bind?
[16:18] <viric> depending on your needs... a simple dnsmasq could do
[16:20] <PhotoJim> I always just use bind
[16:20] <planezit> Just a DNS server for home
[16:20] <PhotoJim> depends on the scale you require
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[16:20] <PhotoJim> I think the package is "bind9"
[16:20] <planezit> ok cool I will look at that
[16:21] <PhotoJim> out of the box it acts as a caching name server, which sounds like what you want. if you have your own domain(s) you need to do DNS for, you can add that in.
[16:21] <PhotoJim> (you'll need a public IP to do that latter task of course)
[16:21] <planezit> Wouldn't be for external use.....Would be in an internal domain with forwarders
[16:21] <planezit> and caching
[16:22] <planezit> internal DNS sorry
[16:22] <PhotoJim> that'll work too
[16:22] <planezit> basically to limit editing hosts files ;)
[16:23] <planezit> because these pies are so cheap why not give a task to each?
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[16:23] <frikinz> pdnsd, dnsmasq, .. plenty
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[16:23] <planezit> which one do you think is the leanest?
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[16:24] <frikinz> bind for only this task seems a bit too much of a hassle
[16:25] <frikinz> pdnsd is really easy IIRC
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[16:27] <planezit> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_DNS_server_software Found some general comparisons
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[16:27] <frikinz> dnsmasq also includes a dhcp server so your clients could get their dns entries through dhcp
[16:27] <planezit> ooooo I likes that....that was actually going to be my next question
[16:28] <viric> I hate some bind options
[16:28] <viric> because they require an ip, and don't allow giving a hostname.
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[16:28] <viric> (like slave dns)
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[16:28] <viric> It's made by people who live in the static ips world
[16:29] * linuxstb uses dnsmasq on his networks and is very happy with it
[16:31] <frikinz> I use dnsmasq too but used pdnsd before. This and ip forwarding + some ssl tools to check what the hosts are doing..
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[16:36] <timmmaaaay> so i came up with the greatest idea ever??????to use my TVs USB port to power my PI. but then my TV showed me who's boss when it turned off my PI after I turned off the TV???. can anyone think of a way to gracefully turn this thing off when the TV gets powered down?
[16:37] <yaMatt> I assume when you turn off your TV it removes power to the USB port which is why the RPi turns off
[16:37] <yaMatt> there's no reasonable away around that
[16:38] <n1ko> timmmaaaay: yep, dont power it trough the tv
[16:39] <n1ko> some consoles give out power even if they are are in standby. Or just put a dedicated psu and be done with it :)
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[16:39] <timmmaaaay> lol???.yea that's kinda what i realized as well
[16:39] <viric> why you want it powered on when the tv is off?
[16:39] <artag> power it via a usb portable phone charger
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[16:40] <jd823592> hi i tried to create my own image for RPi but after i booted up i see only the gradient square... nothing happened after that... what might be causing it?
[16:40] <timmmaaaay> viric: i don't care if it's not on???.i just don't want it shutdown non-gracefully
[16:40] <viric> timmmaaaay: don't mount the filesystems rw at boot the
[16:40] <viric> n
[16:40] <viric> and be happy
[16:40] <timmmaaaay> oooooooohhhhhhh???.see now that's what i'm talking about
[16:40] <timmmaaaay> how do i do that?
[16:41] <frikinz> Reminds me the day when I plugged my harddisk to my monitor and switched of my monitor at the end of day :/
[16:41] <timmmaaaay> that would be PERFECT
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[16:41] <viric> I don't know if there is an easy way for people not used to those things...
[16:41] <frikinz> viric: does the bootup finishes with / ro ?
[16:42] <viric> frikinz: ?
[16:42] <viric> syntax error
[16:42] <frikinz> "don't mount the fs rw at boot time"
[16:42] <timmmaaaay> thanks viric. im going to get this going. sounds pretty awesome
[16:42] <viric> I mean that she should change the init scripts
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[16:42] <megaproxy> hey guys... i have a problem with the new 512 boards.
[16:43] <viric> timmmaaaay: use some tmpfs for /var pieces, /tmp, ...
[16:43] <megaproxy> I just got 3 of them, and none of them will boot at all, nothing on the screen etc
[16:43] <n1ko> timmmaaaay: you do know what ro filesystem means?
[16:43] <megaproxy> the old pi's boot fine with the same cables/sd card
[16:43] <timmmaaaay> yea???.its not my first day on a computer
[16:43] <megaproxy> any ideas?
[16:44] <frikinz> jd823592: hard to know with details.. how did you create your image?
[16:44] <frikinz> s/with/without
[16:44] <n1ko> megaproxy: try different cards/psu's :
[16:44] <megaproxy> have done
[16:44] <megaproxy> ive tried 5 cards
[16:44] <megaproxy> (all work in old pi's)
[16:44] <megaproxy> all 3 of the new 512boards dont boot...
[16:44] <jd823592> manually, funtoo created following gentoo guide. what i find relevent at this point is i have fat32 partition containing firmware and kernel.img
[16:44] <n1ko> well maybe they are broken then?
[16:45] <megaproxy> thats what im thinking
[16:45] <megaproxy> noone knows if it would need more power or anything?>#
[16:45] <viric> megaproxy: try a recent sd image. maybe they want some new firmware
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[16:45] <megaproxy> hmm
[16:45] <megaproxy> ok ill re-image a sd
[16:45] <jd823592> that should be enough to see some attempts to boot right?
[16:45] <megaproxy> offtopic
[16:45] <viric> but I've no idea.
[16:45] <jd823592> at least
[16:45] <n1ko> megaproxy: dont need more powere, and im assuming you are trying out atleast semi modern version of raspbian
[16:45] <megaproxy> i love the little cases RS send them in
[16:45] <megaproxy> :D
[16:45] <jd823592> megaproxy: the pink one?
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[16:46] <megaproxy> jd823592, yea
[16:46] <megaproxy> n1ko, not too sure. going to update it now
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[16:48] <megaproxy> gah imgur is down
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[16:54] <jd823592> gi3
[16:54] <jd823592> sry
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[16:59] <megaproxy> http://i.imgur.com/IYAW4.jpg
[16:59] <megaproxy> http://i.imgur.com/UnsT5.jpg
[17:02] <ParkerR_> megaproxy, Nice
[17:02] <megaproxy> http://i.imgur.com/qlT8x.jpg
[17:02] <megaproxy> also a cat in a hat :D
[17:03] <megaproxy> n1ko, new image works
[17:03] <megaproxy> ta!
[17:04] <megaproxy> now to re-image all these cards...
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[17:11] <arcanescu> came across this board yesterday randomly: http://www.hardkernel.com/renewal_2011/products/prdt_info.php?g_code=G135341370451
[17:11] <arcanescu> seems like an intresting platform
[17:11] <arcanescu> provided there is a need to such processing -ram
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[17:12] <n1ko> interesting in terms of specs, not so interesting in terms of usage
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[17:13] <n1ko> the exynos is famous for bad documentation and odroid is famous for not being able to support community (on droid-x)
[17:16] <buZz> i ordered a cubieboard
[17:16] <buZz> to be a better desktop compared to a raspi
[17:17] <arcanescu> cubieboard... hmm gotta check that... n1ko specs are really nice
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[17:17] <arcanescu> not sure how the support will come out for this... or its more like lets throw them in the pool till they learn to swim kind of attitude
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[17:22] <solidoodlesuppor> hey all!
[17:23] <solidoodlesuppor> Any of the Rpi devs on?
[17:23] <solidoodlesuppor> <guys who originally made it>
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[17:24] <axion> this i not an official support channel. perhaps you want to talk with liz and the gang on the forums
[17:24] <arcanescu> buZz: cubie is still on preorder :/
[17:25] <solidoodlesuppor> hmm wasn't looking for support
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[17:25] <solidoodlesuppor> just wanted to ask how they dealt with the back order situation
[17:25] <solidoodlesuppor> they have handled the pr on that very well
[17:25] <buZz> arcanescu: if you nag a bit on irc, you get to order directly
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[17:26] <arcanescu> nag where exactly?....
[17:26] <arcanescu> ive just checked farnell and RS they dont have it as yet.... whats the support like on this?
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[17:35] <Amadiro> Anybody know if EGL supports input handling? From a glance at the spec, it looks like it only handles windowing.
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[17:41] <Kane> o/
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[18:18] <megaproxy> is 850mhz safe for the cpu?
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[18:20] <mgottschlag> megaproxy: quite some people run their pi at 1GHz
[18:21] <megaproxy> ok then :D
[18:21] <megaproxy> one thing..
[18:21] <megaproxy> im getting real bad speeds when showing live google analytics on chromium
[18:21] <megaproxy> its running at like 100% cpu
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[18:21] <megaproxy> anyway to get this a bit more snappy?
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[18:22] <mgottschlag> the bad graphics performance might contribute to this, but no accelerated X server is available yet
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[18:22] <mgottschlag> at least I don't know how stable/complete the accelerated X drivers are
[18:22] <megaproxy> hmm
[18:23] <mgottschlag> but if it is doing a lot of javascript, then it might just be that the slow CPU isn't enough for it
[18:23] <megaproxy> i think it may be that
[18:23] <megaproxy> it seemed to work better in mi browser
[18:23] <megaproxy> w.e it is called. the default one
[18:23] <megaproxy> but chrome struggles
[18:23] <megaproxy> chromium
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[18:24] <megaproxy> at least it can run nagios without any issues
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[18:42] <Zencrypter> Good evening everybody ! :)
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[18:42] <Zencrypter> I'm just passing to know what you think about direct cooling cases...
[18:43] <Zencrypter> Since my Raspberry Pi is used as a web server, I was wondering whether there was an interest in buying the Iceberg Case...
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[18:43] <Zencrypter> What do you think about it ?
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[18:44] <Zencrypter> You'll be able to see it here : http://elinux.org/RPi_Cases#ICEberg_Case_V3_for_Raspberry_Pi
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[18:47] <ParkerR_> Nice case. Double the price of the Pi
[18:48] <megaproxy> yea nice case, but the price :O
[18:48] <redarrow> ParkerR_: same was my first thought
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[18:49] <nahmaste> ShiftPlusOne: http://oi47.tinypic.com/11j0j06.jpg
[18:49] <nahmaste> ShiftPlusOne: thanks again for your help
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[18:51] <scummos> is there a way to use the raspberry pi as a programmer for other UCs?
[18:52] <Zencrypter> ParkerR_, megaproxy, Yes :)
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[18:52] <Zencrypter> Then, without considering the price, do you think the heat transfer has an interest ?
[18:52] <scummos> or is the GPIO timing too inaccurate for that?
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[18:53] <Zencrypter> Or the Raspberry Pi is too "cold" for the case to have a real impact on the life time / performances ?
[18:53] <megaproxy> Zencrypter, you would probably be better off getting a bucket
[18:54] <megaproxy> and throwing the pi in some oil
[18:54] <megaproxy> lol
[18:54] <Zencrypter> :?
[18:54] <Zencrypter> Mokay :?
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[19:02] <plugwash> scummos, it really depends on the programming protocol used by the device in question
[19:02] <plugwash> if the protocol is one where the programmer controls the clocking then the Pi will have no trouble doing it
[19:03] <plugwash> OTOH if the programming protocol requires the programmer to work within a clock sourced by other means it is likely to be very difficult to do reliablly on a Pi
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[19:04] <arcanescu> on the PI i have a PVRusb2 device, i keep getting this at startup tda9887 0-0043: i2c i/o error: rc == -5 (should be 4)
[19:04] <plugwash> also some ICs may need extra hardware to get the correct voltage levels and/or to get more pins
[19:04] <arcanescu> there are about 5 lines of this.... but my device does function apart from the fact it crashes every 2-3 hours
[19:04] <arcanescu> does the i2c have something to do with this?
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[19:15] <Zencrypter> By the way, do you think the Dynamode hub sold by farnell would power the raspberry pi ?
[19:15] <Zencrypter> The description is here : http://www.dynamode.net/english/pages/product/Datacom%20Products/USB%20Products/USB-H70-1A.html
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[21:14] <ShiftPlusOne> nahmaste: sorry, was away. Looks good and np.
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[21:20] <uriah> hello
[21:21] <uriah> i just build a 5v regulator circuit for my pi, but the output is 4.98V... do you think it'll be enough to power it?
[21:21] <ShiftPlusOne> plenty
[21:21] <axion> yes
[21:22] <uriah> ok cool :) thanks
[21:22] <ShiftPlusOne> .02v is pretty much noise
[21:22] <uriah> noice from what, you think?
[21:23] <ShiftPlusOne> no, I am just saying it's insignificant
[21:23] <uriah> ah, ok
[21:23] <uriah> strangely, when i hooked the components up on my breadboard before soldering, the output was 4.99-5V
[21:24] <uriah> there must be a bit of resistance in some of the wires i chose to use, i guess
[21:24] <ShiftPlusOne> or it could be different loads causing a slightly different output
[21:24] <uriah> i'm testing it with the same resistor
[21:25] <ShiftPlusOne> ah, well in any case, I wouldn't worry about it at all.
[21:25] <uriah> alright, thanks for the confidence boost :)
[21:25] <ShiftPlusOne> heh, np
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[21:28] <x12> Hi
[21:28] * x12 is now known as tcial
[21:28] <tcial> I have a problem with the SD in my Raspberry Pi
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[21:31] <tcial> It used to work, and all of a sudden completely stopped
[21:31] <tcial> It could be to do with a floppy cable I attached to the GPIO (nothing on other end), to see if it would fit
[21:31] <tcial> It's a 4GB SANDISK EXTREME
[21:31] <tcial> 30 MB/s
[21:31] <tcial> According to the elinux page, it is supported fine
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[21:34] <uriah> tcial: have you tried other sd cards?
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[21:35] <tcial> uriah: A 2GB 'who's ever heard of that' one works fine
[21:36] <ShiftPlusOne> tcial: the floppy cable had nothing to do with it, at least.
[21:36] <tcial> ShiftPlusOne: Thanks :) Just wanted to make sure I haven't damaged anything
[21:36] <tcial> I can burn images to the offending SD fine
[21:37] <tcial> And read them back, so there's no corruption going on
[21:37] <tcial> I can't see any damage or dirt on the SD either
[21:37] <ShiftPlusOne> so what's the problem?
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[21:37] <tcial> It won't boot with the offending SD in it
[21:37] <ShiftPlusOne> ah
[21:37] <tcial> It will boot fine with a 2GB on in it
[21:37] <tcial> It also /used/ to boot with the offending SD
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[21:39] <ShiftPlusOne> can you do an md5sum check of the files on the FAT partition and compare to a card that works?
[21:39] <ShiftPlusOne> If everything matches then... I have no idea.
[21:39] <tcial> ShiftPlusOne: The image on the SD is fine, I md5'd it when I downloaded it
[21:40] <tcial> My friend suggested it could be something to do with the SPI chip on my card has gone bust, and computers use the high speed bus, bypassing the SPI chip
[21:40] <tcial> Then the RPi uses the SPI, and it doesn't work
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[21:42] <thiran29303a> can someone tell me what i need to connect a raspberry pi to a existing pioneer indash
[21:42] <axion> tcial: does the green led blink AT ALL upon power?
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[21:42] <tcial> axion: With the offending card, no
[21:42] <tcial> axion: It sits there, extremely dim, but lit
[21:42] <axion> then it is not even attempting to read from it
[21:42] <axion> oh it is lit
[21:43] <tcial> axion: It does this with the 2GB, but then eventually starts flashing: It's dim for about 5 secs, then flashes rapidly as it's reading and booting
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[21:43] <ShiftPlusOne> I have seen a lot of reports of not booting with a 'dim light'
[21:43] <axion> me too, and all have to do with a bad sd or bad pi
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[21:44] <ShiftPlusOne> If anything, that's what everyone says when their pi refuses to boot.
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[21:44] <tcial> Someone explained the 'cause' of the dim light
[21:45] <tcial> It's basically PWM, making the LED flash so quickly whilst it searches and tries to read from the missing or corrupt SD
[21:45] <tcial> It fails and retries fast enough to cause the PWM effect, I think xD
[21:46] <axion> the sd connector itself is flimsy. sometimes i have to really jam the sd in for it to boot
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[21:46] <axion> but never experienced this 'dim' led before
[21:46] <ShiftPlusOne> Just checked my pi with the card taken out
[21:46] <ShiftPlusOne> can barely see it, but yeah, it's lit
[21:47] <axion> ah interesting
[21:47] <ShiftPlusOne> hard to see with the red light next to it
[21:47] <tcial> ShiftPlusOne: Yeah, ikr. The red light is extremely bright
[21:47] <frikinz> at least it is not as sensitive as what there is on my 2 laptops. The sd adapter I have lost a 1mm piece of plastic on the edge and now only the pi can access it.
[21:47] <tcial> So, anything to try? Or is my card a dud?
[21:48] <axion> if you dont see the green blink brightly, its not reading from the sd. try to press the sd card in more firmly. i get no boot 25% of the time after transporting my pi :)
[21:49] <tcial> It's a no-go :(
[21:49] <tcial> I guess it's not the image either, seeing as I've tried burning it on OS X, Windows and Linux
[21:50] <axion> has it worked in the past?
[21:50] <tcial> Yup
[21:50] <tcial> The SD used to work fine
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[21:51] <axion> even if the card is bad, it would blink brightly to try to read from it
[21:51] <axion> at least mine does
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[21:52] <tcial> axion: Weird then
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[21:52] <tcial> axion: I guess I could try Raspbian instead of Adafruit's
[21:53] <axion> i'm not familiar with those single-device debian hacks
[21:54] <ackthet> missed my opertunity to swear!
[21:54] <ackthet> golly darn it
[21:55] <shiftplusone> gee iz, that would've been swell.
[21:55] <shiftplusone> *wiz
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[21:58] <tcial> Still a no-booter
[21:58] <tcial> Looks like this card is dud :(
[21:58] <tcial> Nice one, Sandisk (or it could be my fault too!)
[21:58] <shiftplusone> strange that it used to work then
[21:58] <tcial> I can't take it back either, they have none in stock -_-
[21:59] <atouk> i had a sandisk go bad. pi worked fine with it, but none of the burners would see it
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[22:01] <tcial> I've found a new SD
[22:01] <ackthet> tcial: i have had luck with sandisk and even cheaper brands
[22:01] <tcial> Time to test it :)
[22:01] <ackthet> it could be that yours just died et cetera
[22:01] <tcial> ackthet: My sandisk went bad
[22:01] <ackthet> ahh
[22:01] <ackthet> it happens
[22:01] <tcial> ackthet: Sandisks are usually great
[22:01] <tcial> ackthet: I'm not having a go at the brand
[22:01] <tcial> ackthet: Things go faulty, i guess ;)
[22:01] <ackthet> ah ok
[22:01] <tcial> *:)
[22:02] <ackthet> yeah with photolithography and statistics... theres bound to be ~1% poopy ones
[22:02] <ackthet> almost got banned again there
[22:02] <tcial> Time to test this PNY
[22:02] <tcial> ackthet: Why?
[22:02] <tcial> ah, languae :)
[22:02] <tcial> *language?
[22:02] <ackthet> oh just the nature of photolithography
[22:02] <ackthet> oh
[22:02] <ackthet> yeah
[22:02] <tcial> xD
[22:02] <ackthet> i need to set up a think that converts my swears to farscape swears
[22:02] <thiran29303a> how can i connect a raspberry pi to in dash head unit in a car
[22:02] <ackthet> and pipe my IRC though it
[22:02] <atouk> shiny!
[22:03] <tcial> thiran29303a: look up the car's bus protocols
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[22:03] <tcial> thiran29303a: I wouldn't reccomend just messing around in there though; you can easily mess things up
[22:03] <thiran29303a> oh
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[22:03] <tcial> I'm sure theres something on google about it
[22:04] <tcial> Check it out anyway :) Don't want to put you off
[22:04] <tcial> I'm not an expert in the field
[22:04] <thiran29303a> i have a pioneer in dash i want to connect to raspberry pi, i can use rca cables, but touch wouldn't work will it?
[22:05] <tcial> thiran29303a: Unless you can work out the touch system (could be USB or anything), no
[22:05] <tcial> RCA is just video, audio
[22:06] <thiran29303a> theres a usb input
[22:06] <thiran29303a> what are some of my options
[22:08] <thiran29303a> trial you there?
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[22:11] <Mihaylov> Hello guys
[22:11] <Mihaylov> How can I share wireless conection through ethernet?
[22:12] <Patagonicus> Mihaylov: NetworkManager can do it with a simple GUI, other than that you can also set up iptables to do NAT. Or other fancy stuff, it really depends on how you want to do it.
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[22:19] <ackthet> hostapd can do it
[22:19] <ackthet> + iptables nat
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[22:26] <Mihaylov> Patagonicus I want to do it in a simply way but not using nm
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[22:35] <Patagonicus> ackthet: He wants to share the other way round, no hostapd needed.
[22:35] <ackthet> ohh
[22:35] * ackthet missed that
[22:36] <Patagonicus> Mihaylov: If you basically want to have a router (devices connected via ethernet have their own net), then you can use iptables to do NAT. There should be a lot of guides out there that you can find by googling "iptables nat" or something.
[22:37] <frikinz> masquerading also
[22:37] <Mihaylov> I want to give internet to the TV because it needs to be conected to record something... that is so stupid why it would need internet conection=
[22:37] <Mihaylov> ?*
[22:39] <Essobi> Mihaylov: DRM probably.
[22:39] <Essobi> Or IPTV.
[22:39] <Patagonicus> Or it wants to use a TV guide that is updated over the net.
[22:39] <Mihaylov> its digital tv
[22:39] <Mihaylov> TDT
[22:41] <thiran29303a> can someone recommend a touch screen to be used with raspberry pi
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[22:44] <CelticTurnip> hey all
[22:45] <Mihaylov> Patagonicus Just conected the ethernet cable to the tv and it seems that it works without doing anything
[22:46] <Patagonicus> Mihaylov: Well, I guess that's fine, too. :)
[22:46] <Mihaylov> but maybe gets the home LAN
[22:46] <Mihaylov> not the internet
[22:49] <Mihaylov> Patagonicus look https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Internet_Share
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[22:55] <uriah> yay! my voltage regulator, hooked up to batteries, runs my pi :D
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[22:55] <shiftplusone> nice
[22:55] <uriah> thanks to the magpi for instructions lol
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[22:57] <uriah> i didn't add a LED like he did in the magazine though
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[22:59] <uriah> one question, though... when the batteries go below the accepted voltage of the regulator, will the regulator just stop outputting? or will it output a voltage lower than that necessary to run the pi?
[23:00] <shiftplusone> I think lower than necessary
[23:00] <shiftplusone> datasheet should say
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[23:01] <uriah> shiftplusone: http://www.national.com/ds/LM/LM2576.pdf
[23:01] <uriah> shiftplusone: i'll read it myself, but after a smoke
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[23:19] <uriah> shiftplusone: would it damage my pi if it outputs a voltage lower than necessary? or will the pi just turn off?
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[23:28] <viric> I don't think you can damage it with low power
[23:28] <ackthet> right, but generally with overvolting you can get temp issues
[23:28] <uriah> ok
[23:29] <uriah> so it'll just turn off, then, hopefully
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[23:30] <uriah> does anyone have an idea of what to look for in the regulator's datasheet to figure out what happens when the input voltage is too low? the thing is huge!
[23:30] <viric> it may be bad for the SD, if you write to it
[23:30] <viric> about losing data
[23:30] <uriah> ah
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[23:30] <viric> well, I guess you'll get "undefined behaviour"
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[23:31] <viric> taking power out of sd cards, having written to them, uses to be quite bad
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[23:32] <uriah> hmm..
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[23:32] <viric> bad for the filesystem. not bad for the sd card :)
[23:32] <uriah> this means i'll need to build my own distro and copy it into the pi's ram
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[23:33] <viric> you can use the sd readonly just fine
[23:33] <uriah> oh yeah?
[23:33] <uriah> ok
[23:33] <uriah> brb
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[23:42] <Nahledge> does anyone know how to get the icefilms app on raspbmc?
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[23:45] <ohhmaar> anyone here successfully setup tightvncserver?
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[23:53] <_mru_> cutting power to an sd card at the wrong moment can do serious damage
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[23:55] <_mru_> if the internal bookkeeping of the controller is corrupted you might not ever recover it
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[23:59] <frikinz> Interesting. Even if the filesystem is mounted readonly so that it is guaranteed that no write access is ongoing?

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