#raspberrypi IRC Log


IRC Log for 2013-02-09

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[0:01] <BigShip> so... good news and bad news. I got eiskalt working... but it's missing all it's icons
[0:01] <BigShip> Still, allll good.
[0:02] <faLUCE> Hi. Is there an image that contains raspbian (with window manager) and xbmc? I'm really getting crazy to find one....
[0:02] * cccy_RegeaneWolf is now known as cccyRegeaneWolfe
[0:02] <BigShip> I think you can just add xbmc to your rasbian img once you boot in and config...
[0:03] <faLUCE> BigShip: the xbmc package in raspbian is very buggy
[0:04] <BigShip> ugh... I was hoping they'd fixed that. I was getting ready to put it on my system
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[0:05] <faLUCE> BigShip: when did you try the last time?
[0:05] <BigShip> uh, probably a month ago
[0:05] <faLUCE> and you installed xbmc?
[0:05] <BigShip> i've done it since then, but I was doing it wrong and kept killing my raspian img
[0:06] <BigShip> yeah, but I didn't end up using it. It had horrible playback
[0:06] <faLUCE> why?
[0:06] <BigShip> No clue... it just sucked
[0:06] <dRbiG> raspbian, oh my, it's like me beer - nice, but doen't last long enough and only makes you angry/sad in the long term ;D
[0:07] <BigShip> faLUCE: it doesnt work on my android either... I think I'm probably just using the wrong format
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[0:07] <faLUCE> BigShip: which format?
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[0:08] <BigShip> faLUCE: even God doesn't know that... My media storage is a mess
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[0:11] <OpenSys> is "wiringpi.digitalWrite(pin,wiringpi.LOW)" the same of "wiringpi.digitalWrite(pin,0)" ?
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[0:15] <Amadiro> OpenSys, open the header file that defines wiringpi.LOW and find out
[0:16] <Amadiro> but presumably its not guaranteed (that's often how it is with these things), so if you use 0, its at your own risk
[0:16] <Amadiro> i.e. library authors often reserve the right to change the actual value of constants in later versions of the library
[0:16] <Amadiro> you're supposed to just use the constant
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[0:21] <OpenSys> Amadiro, ok
[0:21] <OpenSys> i will ask to gordonDrogon
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[0:23] <pksato> best question is, wiringpi.LOW is 0V or 3.3v? (or -5v, 5v, etc) :)
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[0:24] <OpenSys> pksato, its 0v
[0:24] <OpenSys> but in binary i don't know
[0:25] <OpenSys> wiringpi.LOW 0v wiringpi.HIGH +5v
[0:25] <swart> the ternary logic pi isn't available yet, but some think that -1 0 and 1 offer more flexibility than mere boolean logic can offer
[0:26] <pksato> wiringpi.HIGH = 3.3V (on raspberry pi)
[0:26] <OpenSys> pksato, correct its not 5v as i write
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[1:52] * Scriven is the only one playing with gpio on command line?
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[1:53] <scummos> no
[1:53] <scummos> ;p
[1:53] <scummos> altough I'm mostly using python
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[1:55] <yeboot> idk about scripting gpio lines
[1:55] <yeboot> I guess I find that most applications would require low code-latency and therefore need C
[1:56] <yeboot> although I'm conflicted as to how much I hold to that
[1:56] <yeboot> lol
[1:56] * pierut cries for his dear php
[1:57] <swart> depends what you want. if you're just writing some data out to an LCD or doing some PWM it might not matter
[1:57] * pierut buys a lcd and some led matrices
[1:59] <scummos> http://me.veekun.com/blog/2012/04/09/php-a-fractal-of-bad-design/ <- all there is to say about PHP ;)
[1:59] <scummos> yeboot: nah, not all applications at all require low code-latency
[2:00] <yeboot> I know
[2:00] <yeboot> ergo conflicted
[2:00] <scummos> hm?
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[2:02] <yeboot> plus I've seen python code perform well on regular computers for stuff like serial
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[2:02] <yeboot> but I think it calls native code for the actual i/o
[2:02] <Scriven> I'm just trying to duplicate the ability of python to easily trigger gpio, with the command-line gpio program.
[2:03] <Scriven> It may be a pin mapping error on my part, but other than that I've got no idea WTF's wrong, the python works perfect.
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[2:10] <yeboot> whats the current draw of a normally running Rpi?
[2:11] <Scriven> 700ma IIRC.
[2:11] <Scriven> I think that's what the specs say anyway.
[2:12] <Scriven> and 'normally' will be different for everyone, since what's plugged in will change that number.
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[2:14] <yeboot> so 5*.7 = 3.5 watts?
[2:14] <yeboot> that's really good
[2:14] <nid0> the draw of a pi on its own is nearer 500
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[2:14] <yeboot> not great compared to more embedded linux arms but pretty awesome for the price
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[2:17] <plugwash> Note that the model A is a lot lower power than the model B
[2:17] <plugwash> the SMSC usb hub with ethernet chip on the model B is a power hog
[2:18] <yeboot> yeah upper bound of 140mA per usb
[2:18] <yeboot> but I have a powered usb on one of them
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[2:18] <pierut> ;o
[2:18] <Scriven> but also the A won't have ethernet or USB, so less than useful for some projects.
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[2:19] <yeboot> embedded linux is pretty powerful
[2:20] <SpeedEvil> the a has USB
[2:21] <SpeedEvil> it just doesn't have the hub/Ethernet chip permenantly plugged into the sole USB port
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[2:36] <_genuser_> hello people. for a type a or b board, is the SDCARD for storage and OS? Is the mem already on the board since it says Type A 256, Type B 512M.
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[2:37] <pksato> Yes, SD store OS.
[2:38] <plugwash> Yes the SD card is for storage and OS. The ram is soldered to the top of the processor.
[2:39] <yeboot> wat
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[2:41] <Torikun> yo
[2:43] <_genuser_> pksato: plugwash: thanks guys.
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[2:48] <Armand> Torikun, .o/
[2:48] <Torikun> Hi Armand!
[2:48] <Torikun> Whassup
[2:48] <Armand> I'm going to redo my Pi webhost.
[2:48] <Armand> I'm thinking phpBB.
[2:48] <Torikun> to much for the pi>?
[2:48] <Armand> Everyone said the same about drupal. :P
[2:49] <Torikun> i am considering moving to wordpress from drupal
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[2:49] <Armand> I'm willing to try it, to be honest.. I can't do much worse than bog-standard drupal.
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[2:49] <Armand> I know f-all about PHP, so it's no matter to me.. I just don't like Drupal so much for this project.
[2:49] <Torikun> ah
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[2:51] <Armand> I'm thinking, as I expand.. I'll try different CMS and such, just to get a feel for each.
[2:51] <Torikun> no cms will be good for pi
[2:51] <Torikun> lol
[2:51] <Armand> Well, I'll find something I like.. eventually. :P
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[2:52] <Armand> I'm interested in seeing what will run well on the Pi.. so, I'll try many different setups.
[2:52] <Torikun> good luck
[2:53] <Armand> :)
[2:53] <Torikun> hopefully you will load balacne
[2:53] <Torikun> and have DB on a seperate pi
[2:53] <Armand> Not yet.. I have other plans for that concept. ;)
[2:53] <Armand> The Pi DBs will get a server eventually.
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[2:53] <Armand> That's already in the plan
[2:53] <Torikun> how many do you have
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[2:58] <Armand> Only one, as yet.
[3:02] <Armand> Now I'm working, I'll look at phase 2.. more Pi, and the server.
[3:02] <_elek> http://www.reddit.com/r/raspberry_pi/comments/183obs/using_the_pi_to_make_a_wearable_computer_d/
[3:02] <_elek> laughing my ass off
[3:04] <Armand> Wow
[3:04] <Armand> Dork-Xtreme, AWAY! \o/
[3:05] <yeboot> anyone here use a gertboard
[3:05] <Torikun> lol
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[3:12] <Armand> Torikun, I'm looking at <other_arm> to build a load-balanced setup.
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[3:13] <Torikun> ah
[3:13] <Torikun> i use three PI's
[3:14] * plugwash hopes the armbrix zero guys will get their act together soon
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[3:21] <Armand> Torikun, I'm looking at 2 different service levels.
[3:21] <Torikun> ok
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[3:22] <Armand> So, I'll have dedicated webhosts on Pi, "cloud" on <other_arm>
[3:22] <Torikun> ah'
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[4:03] * IT_Sean just ordered a raspi
[4:05] <plugwash> A or B ?
[4:05] <IT_Sean> B
[4:05] <Torikun> how many you got now IT_Sean
[4:07] <IT_Sean> Zero, 'till this one arrives...
[4:07] <Torikun> what took you so long lol
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[4:18] <IT_Sean> Torikun: hush. :p
[4:19] <Torikun> lol
[4:19] <Torikun> what will you do with your pi IT_Sean?
[4:19] <IT_Sean> Something nerdy.
[4:19] <IT_Sean> Probably going to use it for a media center
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[4:22] <IT_Sean> Might add the camera module when it comes out, and use it to make video calls.
[4:22] <IT_Sean> as well.
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[4:23] <IT_Sean> What i'd LIKE to do with it is have it monitor the servers at work, and turn on a red flashing light or something when one of them goes wrong. :p
[4:23] <IT_Sean> But, i'm likely not going to have the time to set that up at the moment.
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[4:24] <Torikun> o
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[4:28] <ivotkl> Hello everyone. =)
[4:29] <ivotkl> Can Raspbian be tried on a regular desktop?
[4:29] <Torikun> oi
[4:29] <Torikun> No cause the CPU arch is different
[4:29] <Torikun> maybe you can do it in a vm
[4:29] <Torikun> I heard qemu can emulate it somehow
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[4:30] <monkeymon> QEMU
[4:30] <monkeymon> yeah.
[4:30] <monkeymon> whats the OS you're interested in running it on?
[4:30] <monkeymon> this may be of use. http://www.red-lang.org/2012/03/setting-up-arm-virtual-machine.html
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[4:32] <Torikun> I want to run arch on lvm on the pi
[4:33] <monkeymon> interesting. why are you interested in that?
[4:33] <Torikun> snapshots
[4:33] <Torikun> and easy cloning
[4:34] <Torikun> logical volumes make management easy
[4:34] <Torikun> mirroring
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[4:50] <ivotkl> I currently have Ubuntu 12.04 installed on an AMD 64 X2 4800+, 2 GB RAM, integrated graphics. I want to try from USB stick Raspbian to start adapting to it until my Rasp arrives
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[4:59] <ParkerR> ivotkl, It might be possible in qemu but I dont think so.
[5:00] <ParkerR> ivotkl, You cant boot Raspbian on your normal computer
[5:01] <ivotkl> Oh, ok. Then I'll just wait for my Pi box. =P
[5:01] <ivotkl> Should be here in 2 weeks, hopefully.
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[5:51] <UnaClocker> Awefully quiet in here for a Friday night.
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[5:51] <ztag100> hey guys, anyone have any recommendations for a wifi dongle?
[5:51] <ztag100> (with good compatibility with the pi)
[5:52] <UnaClocker> Yup.
[5:52] <ztag100> UnaClocker, wanna share it? :P
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[5:53] <UnaClocker> ztag100: Sorry, was getting a URL.. http://www.ebay.com/itm/160589387893 These are excellent units.
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[5:53] <ztag100> UnaClocker, 5 dollars?! and free shipping?
[5:53] <ztag100> Instabuy
[5:53] <UnaClocker> hehe, China FTW..
[5:54] <UnaClocker> Though China is on Holiday for the next two weeks..
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[5:54] <ztag100> :/
[5:55] <ztag100> I might not get it untill march 15th...
[5:55] <UnaClocker> ztag100: http://www.ebay.com/itm/Newest-Mini-150Mbps-USB-WiFi-Wireless-N-LAN-Network-Adapter-802-11n-g-b-/170905493801?pt=US_USB_Wi_Fi_Adapters_Dongles&hash=item27cac2e129
[5:55] <UnaClocker> US seller, nearly the same price.
[5:55] <ztag100> ah, perfect
[5:55] <ztag100> it's a dollar more, but, seems worth it
[5:56] <ztag100> thanks! :)
[5:56] <ztag100> and it works well on the pi?
[5:56] <UnaClocker> :) Certainly beats paying $40 for one at Office Depot.. ;)
[5:56] <UnaClocker> Yeah, it's fully supported by Raspbian
[5:56] <ztag100> awesome
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[5:57] <xiambax> I think I may be the first people to have install twiki on a raspberrypi
[5:57] <xiambax> the first person lol
[5:58] <Coburn> twi--what?
[5:58] <UnaClocker> twitter wiki?
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[5:58] <Coburn> what does it do
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[5:58] <ztag100> thing about the raspberry pi, often times, you are the first one
[5:59] <UnaClocker> Twitter Wiki, if I had to guess, is an encyclopedia with 120 character descriptions of the world, the universe, and everything in it.
[5:59] <UnaClocker> hehehe
[5:59] <ztag100> lol
[5:59] <Coburn> Well, most spambots don't spam with less than 120 copy paste spam crap
[5:59] <ztag100> UnaClocker++
[5:59] <Coburn> so....
[6:00] <Coburn> Spambot: see CopyPaste
[6:00] <Coburn> CopyPaste: CTRL+C, CTRL+V.
[6:01] <yankhates> anyone know how to disable the non-Xorg screen saver?
[6:01] <yankhates> in raspbian
[6:01] <UnaClocker> yankhates: I wish I knew. Drives me nuts when my screen goes blank..
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[6:02] <X-warrior> does anybody has experience with rpi and nrf24l01+
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[6:03] <pierut> :>
[6:03] <pierut> Linux pibox 3.6.11+ #371 PREEMPT Thu Feb 7 16:31:35 GMT 2013 armv6l GNU/Linux
[6:03] <pierut> :D!
[6:03] <UnaClocker> :)
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[6:05] <ztag100> UnaClocker, just ordered it now, thanks for the suggestion
[6:05] <UnaClocker> :)
[6:06] <UnaClocker> I use one in my Lapdock, have used them in other machines in the past. Awesome price, and the antenna is amazing..
[6:06] <ztag100> Great!
[6:06] <ztag100> it'll get here next week
[6:07] <ztag100> i need to use it on my desk, since I don't have any ethernet cables running upto my room
[6:07] <ztag100> I've been using my laptop to share it's internet with it
[6:08] <pierut> sounds like you could use the wireless bridge function of ddwrt
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[6:09] <ztag100> meh, for now all my devices are on wifi.
[6:09] <pierut> :>
[6:10] <ztag100> I have an extra dongle too, but it doesn't work on the pi, and it isn't cute and tiny like the one UnaClocker recommended
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[6:14] <Scriven> more wifi dongle recommendations: TPLink TL-WN735N nano dongle.
[6:14] <Scriven> er 725, sorry.
[6:14] <pierut> what if i want a pico dongle
[6:14] <pierut> ;p
[6:15] <Scriven> Can't find a nice nano-sized bluetooth dongle, but I've read that the cheap ones on ebay work, so I've ordered one to try.
[6:15] <Scriven> pierut, lol! DIY!
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[6:15] <pierut> i had the cheap chinese bluetooth dongle.. worked well enough
[6:15] <pierut> i ordered a handfull cos they were really cheap
[6:16] <Scriven> So, anyone here with rpi gpio experience? I've been asking all afternoon for a reason as to why a python script works perfect, but command-line gpio fails utterly...
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[6:17] <Scriven> Linux PiPhone 3.2.27+ #250 PREEMPT Thu Oct 18 19:03:02 BST 2012 armv6l GNU/Linux
[6:17] <Scriven> hrm, comparing mine to yours pierut I need to do an update. What OS you running? I'm on raspbian.
[6:17] <pierut> Linux pibox 3.6.11+ #371 PREEMPT Thu Feb 7 16:31:35 GMT 2013 armv6l GNU/Linux
[6:17] <UnaClocker> Scriven: I've got some experience, but not sure why you're having trouble.
[6:17] <UnaClocker> Never really tried command line access.
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[6:18] <pierut> oh
[6:18] <Scriven> UnaClocker, Tried one of the sample code with a local hackspace on Tuesday (Vancouver Hackspace).. and the python using wiringPi is working great. Even changed it to do morse code.
[6:18] <pierut> im using arch linux
[6:18] <pierut> seems like everyone uses raspbian though
[6:18] <Scriven> But with the command-line gpio stuff, I can't get ANY joy with the LEDs... have tried every pin that I could see makes sense... but nada.
[6:18] <UnaClocker> Yeah, I was driving stepper motors off my GPIO pins..
[6:19] <Torikun> arch ftw!
[6:19] <Scriven> pierut, I tried arch, but as it was both my first time with arch AND my first rpi hacking attempt, I fell off the learning curve and went back to raspbian. ;)
[6:19] <Scriven> Arch appears to be the 'new gentoo'... so I may try it for S&G's. ;)
[6:19] <Torikun> arch much easier than gentoo
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[6:19] <Scriven> UnaClocker, COOL! Was wondering about a 3d-printer w/ raspberry pi controls actually. ;)
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[6:20] <Scriven> Torikun, that's what I've heard, but that would be one-too-many steep learning curves for me right now, I'm gonna wait until a few of them start to level out. ;)
[6:20] <Torikun> cool
[6:21] <Scriven> The gpio code I'm using access pin 12, which using wiringPI is the physical pin count.
[6:21] <BigShip> can anyone point me to somewhere where I might get help with retropie?
[6:21] <Torikun> what is that
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[6:21] <Scriven> I've tried to duplicate the same steps on CLI with the gpio command, but get nothing.
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[6:21] <UnaClocker> Scriven: You'd still want to have a dedicated microcontroller, with the Pi feeding it G-code..
[6:21] <Scriven> gpio mode 12 out;gpio write 12 1 should turn on the led.
[6:22] <Scriven> UnaClocker, AH, wasn't sure about that part... that's another of the steep learning curves I'm on. lol
[6:22] <UnaClocker> Yeah, any time the CPU has to think about something else, the steppers miss a beat..
[6:22] <Scriven> I've tried 10, and 18 as some reading I've done maps physical port 12 to those gpio numbers... but still nada.
[6:23] <UnaClocker> I assume you tried it as root?
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[6:23] <Scriven> UnaClocker, AH, didn't think of that, thanks! no lag on stepper motor controller... gotcha
[6:23] <Scriven> UnaClocker, sudo, yes. ;)
[6:23] <Scriven> lol
[6:23] <UnaClocker> That'd be my only guess..
[6:23] <Scriven> yeah... added myself to staff group too, all that normal linux permission stuff. I'm not new to linux, just to direct hardware interaction like this.
[6:23] <Scriven> Linux I've been using dual-boot at least since 1995.
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[6:25] <BigShip> video player for pi?
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[6:25] <Scriven> I always think of vlc first, dunno if it's available tho.
[6:25] <Scriven> or mplayer.
[6:25] <Torikun> omxplayer is the only one now
[6:25] <BigShip> omxplayer, thats the one i wanted
[6:25] <BigShip> thanks
[6:25] <Torikun> xbmc is a nice front end for it
[6:25] <Scriven> that the one xbmc uses?
[6:25] <Scriven> AH, cool.
[6:26] <yankhates> UnaClocker: setterm -blank 0 in /etc/rc.local
[6:26] <Scriven> Just learned that there's warranty-allowed overclocking levels, may try that on my xbmc box.
[6:26] <yankhates> UnaClocker: to disable the blanking screen
[6:26] <UnaClocker> yankhates: Tried that, still blanks.
[6:26] <yankhates> oh :-/
[6:27] <BigShip> "E: Problem with MergeList /var/lib/apt/lists/mirrordirector.raspbian.org_raspbian_dists_wheezy_main_binary-armhf_Packages
[6:27] <BigShip> anyone seen that?
[6:27] <Torikun> you may have FS corrouption when overclocked!
[6:27] <UnaClocker> Torikun: Heck ya you may.. Quite likely at 1GHz and beyond.
[6:27] <Torikun> i got it in turbo mode
[6:28] <UnaClocker> Yeah.. Work your way up slowly, test with Quake 3.. Q3 will cause a spontaneous reboot about 100MHz before you corrupt the file system.
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[6:29] <yankhates> UnaClocker: you chmod +x the rc.local?
[6:30] <UnaClocker> Yeah
[6:30] <Scriven> Ah, didn't know that, thanks Torikun . Hadn't planned on going very high, don't want to hurt the poor little thing, but wanted it to be working a bit smarter. ;)
[6:30] <Torikun> lol
[6:30] <UnaClocker> I got all sorts of error messages on bootup with it in rc.local
[6:30] <Scriven> So are there safe levels? I have a R1 256MB, so she's kinda slow. lol
[6:30] <UnaClocker> 900MHz is usually safe.
[6:31] <xiambax> it works? www.metaxy.ca
[6:31] <UnaClocker> With some overvolting.
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[6:32] <xiambax> http://wiki.metaxy.ca/bin/view/Main/WebHome <--- it works aswell?
[6:34] <Scriven> xiambax, "Congratulations, you have finished installing TWiki!"
[6:35] <UnaClocker> xiambax: It's REALLY slow..
[6:35] <yankhates> UnaClocker: also: http://www.raspberrypi.org/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f=27&t=12204#p199445
[6:36] <xiambax> the wiki is hosted on an rpi
[6:36] <xiambax> running perl
[6:36] <xiambax> so yeah
[6:36] <xiambax> itll be slow
[6:36] <xiambax> as for as the wp blog? it fast?
[6:37] <xiambax> Scriven, I havent gotten around to fixing that
[6:37] <Scriven> yup, just letting you know it's seen properly. ;)
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[6:39] <B0101> hi, I tried overclocking my pi to 1GHZ (raspbian OS), and now I only get a rainbow gradient screen. How do I reset the config.txt file now?
[6:39] <xiambax> take your sd card out and mount it on a computer
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[6:40] <BigShip> nope
[6:40] <BigShip> just turn it on and hold shift
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[6:40] <UnaClocker> yankhates: I'll give that a whirl, but seems like it blanked after 5 minutes, not 30..
[6:40] <BigShip> keep it held until all the stuff stops running, then "sudo raspi-config" and change it
[6:41] <BigShip> B0101: that was to you
[6:41] <yankhates> UnaClocker: in X or bash?
[6:42] <B0101> bigship: the pi ain't responding to the shift key
[6:42] <BigShip> ah. Well then what xiambax said
[6:43] <UnaClocker> yankhates: X.. But it's driven off the same framebuffer as in console mode..
[6:43] <UnaClocker> There are no screensaver settings at all in Raspbian..
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[6:59] <B0101> Bigship, xiambax: thanks for your help!
[6:59] <xiambax> np
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[7:36] <xiambax> hey
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[9:14] <Fudge> hiii looking on ebay for a raspberry pi so thought would see if a freenode channel existedx
[9:14] <Fudge> existed
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[9:18] <ParkerR> Fudge, No need for ebay
[9:18] <ParkerR> You can order from any of the majir sites
[9:18] <ParkerR> *major
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[9:23] <Fudge> ParkerR thanks mate, I see model A and B where B has more ram and 2usb. but thought I recal lseeing a quadcore at one stage
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[9:23] <ShiftPlusOne> Nope
[9:23] <ParkerR> Fudge, Nope
[9:23] <ShiftPlusOne> Where did you see that? We sometimes get people asking how many cores the pi has. Would be interesting to know where they get the idea it could be any more than one.
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[9:26] <Fudge> loL I might be able to look in logs
[9:26] <Fudge> http://www.gizmodo.com.au/2012/07/who-wants-a-quad-core-computer-for-130/
[9:28] <ParkerR> Which has ntohing to do with the Pi
[9:28] <ParkerR> *nothing
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[9:28] <ShiftPlusOne> yeah, definitely not a pi
[9:28] <Fudge> oh ParkerR perhaps I should read it again :$
[9:28] <Fudge> been months
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[9:28] <Fudge> well my aim is to get one working for accessibility, blind folk
[9:29] <ParkerR> Also why do people keep using SDFormatter before flashing images. win32diskimager and such do raw write. Whatever partition are on the img get flashed to the card
[9:29] <Fudge> I current work with vinuxproject.org on development and want to make a rasp work with speakup as a cli environment and lxde working with orca
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[9:29] <ShiftPlusOne> nice
[9:29] <Fudge> just been given an icecream brb
[9:29] <Fudge> :D
[9:29] <ShiftPlusOne> though people using festival say it eats up the cpu
[9:34] <Fudge> festival is crappy though
[9:34] <Fudge> speech-dispatcher espeak is best way
[9:34] <Fudge> mm guys that icecream was raspberry and vanilla :D
[9:35] <Fudge> yummO
[9:35] <Fudge> as far as I can figure running swap on an sd card would not really work too good for the card would it?
[9:36] <ShiftPlusOne> That's right
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[9:38] <Fudge> not to mean to go off topic here but those intel nuc's must be expensive
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[9:40] <ShiftPlusOne> offtopic is fine
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[9:43] <Fudge> looking them up, bet like 250+
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[9:44] <Fudge> woh!!! 659 aud
[9:45] <xiambax> I hear they run mackintosh nicely
[9:47] <Fudge> they would, 4gig ram i3 cpu 80gb ssd 7.1 hdmi etc
[9:48] <Fudge> oh yeah now I see Oddroid in that url, never noticed before
[9:49] <xiambax> a guy did a iMac g4 conversion on one, looks pretty good
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[9:56] <Fudge> sweet loL
[9:57] <Fudge> is there any news on if another model is coming?
[10:00] <ParkerR> Fudge, Not in 2013 they are saying
[10:02] <Fudge> I miss the BBCs I learnt on :)
[10:02] <ParkerR> Learnt?
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[10:03] <Fudge> learned
[10:06] <Fudge> what do you typically need to purchase along with the model B
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[10:11] <linuxstb> Fudge: Unless you already have them, the bare minimum is an SD card and a power supply.
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[10:13] <Fudge> the power supplies can cary cant they? if you use double A's with some kind of voltage reg i have read, but not sure if they are able to be purchased working for this device
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[10:24] <Fudge> I mean vary
[10:25] <Fudge> why cant some kind of laptop battery system be used, or are they just too big
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[10:31] <Fudge> which one of the cases look any good on the raspberrypi org site? cant see them
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[10:33] <ShiftPlusOne> There are no cases on raspberrypi.org. They don't make/design cases.
[10:34] <Fudge> http://raspberrypi.rsdelivers.com/default.aspx?cl=1
[10:34] <ShiftPlusOne> that's rs, not raspberrypi.org
[10:34] <ShiftPlusOne> a third party
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[10:35] <ShiftPlusOne> Having said that, I have the black case from RS which is pretty good. http://raspberrypi.rsdelivers.com/product/rs/raspberry-pi-type-b-case-black/caseblk.aspx
[10:35] <ShiftPlusOne> As long as you don't need gpio access
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[10:37] <rm> I love "Clear"
[10:37] <Fudge> dont think I would, I am just having trouble figuring out which items I need, case universal psu the unit itself. then if their hdmi and rca lead are small as well and worth getting. this monitor I have is hdmi but there are no speakers so would probably use a usb headset
[10:37] <Fudge> clear would be cool, i cant see it anyway though
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[10:37] <rm> it's fully transparent so you can the board
[10:37] <rm> and with all those leds it looks absolutely fabulous
[10:39] <Fudge> rm yeah i'm sold on that, didn't know they had leds. what are they for ehehe
[10:39] <linuxstb> Fudge: I may be wrong, but I don't think the Pi video players (xbmc or omxplayer) support usb audio devices. Just HDMI or the analogue-out.
[10:40] <Fudge> well the analog 3.5mil would do too
[10:41] <Fudge> linuxstb a friend has one in the states, he says he has a logitech headset he uses
[10:41] <ShiftPlusOne> Keep in mind the analog audio quality is very bad.
[10:41] <Fudge> is that where people have reported I have talked to about crackling when audi ostarts and stops
[10:41] <Fudge> i.e espeak 'hello world'
[10:42] <ShiftPlusOne> yes
[10:42] <Fudge> ah ShiftPlusOne well that is good to know, woudl that be the same on the composit audio too then?
[10:42] <Fudge> you guys are a wealth of info :D
[10:43] <rm> Fudge, the raspberry pi has LEDs
[10:43] <rm> and they're all of different colors
[10:43] <ShiftPlusOne> there's no 'composite audio'
[10:43] <rm> green/red/yellow
[10:43] <rm> so it looks great
[10:43] <ShiftPlusOne> composite is a video transmission standard
[10:43] <Fudge> oh maybe the cable i saw was for video and then for the analog audio then
[10:43] <ShiftPlusOne> yeah
[10:43] <Fudge> thanks ShiftPlusOne I did know that, but did not apply it in this ituation, must be late loL
[10:44] <Fudge> rm neet
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[10:44] <Fudge> what do you guys like to run, I think for me it may be a tossup between debian and arch
[10:44] <Fudge> I work a lot with debian/ubuntu so know more how to hack around on that
[10:44] <ShiftPlusOne> raspbian and arch.... why debian?
[10:45] <ShiftPlusOne> If you're at home with debian, you'll be fine with raspbian.
[10:46] <Fudge> just debian because since I started using Linux as a desktop i've always come back to debian or ubuntu and that is what I use for Vinux as well which is a Ubuntu spin for the blind
[10:47] <Fudge> I much rathered FreeBSD but accessibility for it is not good
[10:47] <ShiftPlusOne> Debian hasn't done much to support raspberry pi, afaik. So don't count on a lot of support there. Raspbian is debian built for raspberry pi.
[10:47] <Fudge> 2012-12-16-wheezy-raspbian.zip archlinux-hf-2013-01-22.zip
[10:47] <Fudge> that the one you mean?
[10:48] <ShiftPlusOne> yes
[10:49] <Fudge> sweet cant wait
[10:50] <Fudge> I have been reading a11y forums about people not being able to use gnome-orca, I know it can work mostly with lxde if you export the right modules for gtk atk etc but somethign with speech-dispatcher is not working. pulse maybe, not sure
[10:50] <ShiftPlusOne> Yay... the part I need is out of stock and has a 125 day lead time. =/
[10:51] * ShiftPlusOne sighs and goes off to American distributors instead.
[10:51] <Fudge> why so long?
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[10:52] <ShiftPlusOne> Not something that would be ordered too often, I guess.
[10:53] <Fudge> ShiftPlusOne what do you run on yuor pi then
[10:53] <ShiftPlusOne> arch
[10:54] <Fudge> yeah a few i've talked to are running that too
[10:54] <Fudge> in the VI community visually impaired
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[10:58] <xiambax> http://www.metaxy.ca/ <--- its alive. snow but alive
[10:58] <Fudge> what is the closest item to one of these in a case, like smaller than a pack of smokes, longer than a box of matches. mm i dont even smoke loL
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[11:08] <Fudge> ah my lady looked and explained :D
[11:08] <Fudge> so the cases bulk the itm up a bit
[11:08] <Fudge> item
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[11:18] <Fudge> what you buildin' ShiftPlusOne
[11:19] <ShiftPlusOne> Fudge, C64 tape and cartridge backup box thing
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[11:19] <Fudge> man what a blast :D
[11:19] <Fudge> anyone done a little box like the logitech music anywhere so a mounted wifi dongle can have an external arial?
[11:20] <Fudge> i dont have a pic for one bu tthey have a little fold up arial
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[11:41] <Fudge> anyone making their own images?
[11:42] <Fudge> I wonder if it's just a case of mounting an image and retarring it?
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[11:47] <Doxin> what's the quickest way to get a serial terminal on my pi?
[11:47] <Fudge> wow just read someone had a 12amp battery on his Pi and got 17 hours idle on a model A
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[12:03] <ShiftPlusOne> Doxin, you want to connect to your pi through serial or you want to connect your pi to a serial device?
[12:05] <Doxin> ShiftPlusOne: connect to the pi through serial, but it seems that it's running ssh by default anyhow, so I'm just trying that
[12:05] <ShiftPlusOne> Yeah, ssh works by default, but serial is handy to have as well.
[12:05] <Doxin> I'll get serial working some other day :P
[12:06] <ShiftPlusOne> alright
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[12:07] <Fudge> I dont get what the GPIO is for
[12:08] <Doxin> Fudge: for general in/output
[12:08] <ShiftPlusOne> everything
[12:08] <Doxin> pretty much
[12:08] <Fudge> I see references to pepole building expansion boards
[12:08] <ShiftPlusOne> If you want to interact with other hardware, that's what you'd use.
[12:08] <ShiftPlusOne> If you don't know what it's for, then you probably don't need it.
[12:09] <Fudge> I would have to agree with tha tloL
[12:09] <Fudge> what are some common uses, if anyone is interested or has time to answer
[12:10] <ShiftPlusOne> You can use it to open a garage door, add gps or any other functionality to the pi. Basically, you can use it to interact with 'the real world'... home automation, for example.
[12:10] <Fudge> mm how interesting
[12:11] <ShiftPlusOne> I would guess that the most common use is to add an led and make it flash a few times though.
[12:11] <Doxin> ShiftPlusOne: either ssh is not started on boot by default, or something mysterious is going on.
[12:12] <ShiftPlusOne> Doxin, does it show up as connected on your router?
[12:12] <Doxin> ShiftPlusOne: yep
[12:12] <Doxin> ShiftPlusOne: getting a connection refused when connecting
[12:12] <ShiftPlusOne> Maybe wait a while.
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[12:12] <Fudge> sudo service ssh start
[12:12] <ShiftPlusOne> There might be some first boot stuff going on... generating ssh keys or whatever
[12:12] <ShiftPlusOne> Fudge, no
[12:12] <Fudge> I wondered about the ssh keys
[12:13] <Doxin> ShiftPlusOne: tis not first boot
[12:13] <ShiftPlusOne> Doxin, what's the distro?
[12:13] <Fudge> how can one if possible emulate a pc speaker beep on a pi, blind ppl like it for 1. grub beep, 2. backspace in a console to know you have a bash prompt
[12:13] <Doxin> ShiftPlusOne: raspbian or w/e they call it
[12:13] <Fudge> as well as ping -a the-world
[12:14] <ShiftPlusOne> Doxin, should work, no idea why it wouldn't.
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[12:17] <scummos> Fudge: attach a beeper to the GPIO pins would be a start ;)
[12:17] <ShiftPlusOne> iirc there is a program called 'beep'
[12:17] <ShiftPlusOne> it.. beeps.
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[12:18] <ShiftPlusOne> And I am pretty sure the console can be configured to beep as well
[12:18] <Fudge> ShiftPlusOne it beeps on your pi?
[12:18] <Fudge> the kernel module is pcspkr
[12:18] <Fudge> is that present on your kernel
[12:18] <Fudge> scummos thats good idea
[12:18] <ShiftPlusOne> no, i thought you wanted to 'beep' through analog or hdmi
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[12:19] <Fudge> if that is possible yeah, just the beep does not have to be through a pc speaker
[12:19] <Fudge> I will look at beep package, see if it supports through an audio device
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[12:19] <Fudge> beep - beep the pc speaker any number of ways
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[12:20] <Doxin> ShiftPlusOne: got it working, needed to mv /boot/boot_enable_ssh.rc /boot/boot.rc
[12:21] <ShiftPlusOne> Doxin, I think you're running some ancient image
[12:21] <Doxin> ShiftPlusOne: possibly
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[12:21] <Doxin> ShiftPlusOne: got one quite early on
[12:22] <ShiftPlusOne> Fudge, the manpage says "beep ? produce a beeping noise, by any available method"
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[12:26] <xcadaverx> Hi, my raspberry pi comes soon,and i had a question in advance. I notice a lot of documentation showing that xbmc can replace appletv. however, i am going to be using my rpi as a torrent manager as well as a file server. i have multiple apple tv (gen 2) hooked up around my house. Is there a way to airplay/stream files from the rpi nas server to the apple tv's on the same network? or does xbmc have a web server that i can access on an
[12:27] <Fudge> ShiftPlusOne -e to specify any device but I couldnt find the audio device
[12:27] <Fudge> like /dev/mixer etc
[12:27] <Fudge> its my bedtime, thanks guys :D
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[12:29] <[deXter]> xcadaverx, I haven't used an apple tv but XBMC supports airplay
[12:31] <xcadaverx> I saw that, but everything i read made it seem like it liked to be the airplay server, and not the client. guess i'll keep my fingers crossed. either way, i'm stoked to tinker.
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[12:37] <Tachyon`> xbmc does samba/cifs so if you can at least mount that you'll be fine
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[12:43] <xcadaverx> Tachyon`: are you saying, jailbreak the apple tv, install xmbc on it, and read SMB drive(rpi)? I didnt think of that, but i was hoping to have xmbc or some osrt of portal on the rpi itself, and simply stream the media to the apple tv's.
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[12:44] <xcadaverx> but it's looking like that isnt actually an option the more i look into it. hm..
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[13:18] <LexMan> hey
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[13:19] <LexMan> i can't see my user list, any help?
[13:21] <ChauffeR> uh LexMan try resetting the client's settings?
[13:21] <LexMan> lol, doing that now
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[13:23] <LexMan> ill just reinstall -.- brb
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[13:35] <LexMan> hey guys, i'm new to raspberrypis. whats the best hackberry i can get for running emulators?
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[13:36] <ShiftPlusOne> huh?
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[13:37] <LexMan> huh what? i want to run SNES/GBA maybe n64 (if it has enough power)
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[13:38] <ShiftPlusOne> I thought there was something about celtis there as well.
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[13:38] <chris_99> hackberry?
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[13:39] <LexMan> google it, "iniand"
[13:39] <LexMan> miniand
[13:39] <herbert__> Is there a way to operate a raspberry pi without screen from the first day on? like when I connect it via cat5 to my swich, is there an automatic connection and can I access via ssh or anything. Is this preset at the raspbian?
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[13:39] <mgottschlag> herbert__: yes, works
[13:40] <mgottschlag> ssh is enabled by default
[13:40] <ShiftPlusOne> LexMan, what does hackberry have to do with raspberry pi?
[13:40] <LexMan> idk, i thought you guys would know :(
[13:40] <herbert__> mgottschlag: thx, gonna try it now :)
[13:40] <ShiftPlusOne> Interesting device though, thanks for sharing.
[13:42] <LexMan> welcome.
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[13:43] <chris_99> these ones look cooler to me with quad core 2GB RAM http://www.hardkernel.com/renewal_2011/main.php
[13:44] <LexMan> has anyone ever tryed to combine multiple rasberry pi togeather xD
[13:44] <LexMan> wow thats cool
[13:44] <ShiftPlusOne> LexMan, yes, there are plenty of raspberry pi clusters out there.
[13:44] <Armand> chris_99, that's on a different power/price scale. ;)
[13:44] <LexMan> what do they run?
[13:44] <chris_99> indeed Armand i'm not saying they compare to a Pi
[13:45] <chris_99> Ubuntu or Android
[13:45] <Armand> No reason they shouldn't run other distros, besides the tweakage required.
[13:45] <LexMan> could they run windows?
[13:45] <Armand> lol
[13:45] <Armand> No comment.
[13:45] <ShiftPlusOne> O_o
[13:46] <Armand> I love the fact they use eMMC, which is SO much faster.
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[13:46] <LexMan> well f you guys, i'm going to buy the expensive one and try to install windows
[13:47] <Armand> Go for it... let us know how it goes. :)
[13:47] <mgottschlag> doesn't the raspberrypi internally also have an eMMC controller?
[13:47] <chris_99> haha , why do you want windows
[13:47] <LexMan> i suck at linux
[13:47] <chris_99> it's easy enough to pick it up
[13:47] <Armand> mgottschlag, doubtful.. it only has the SD slot.
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[13:47] <ShiftPlusOne> LexMan, these devices will not run windows.
[13:47] <flowsnake> LexMan: you mean windows rt or something?
[13:47] <mgottschlag> Armand: the hardkernel devices have emmc adapters for the sd port
[13:48] <LexMan> Oh... arm
[13:48] <LexMan> i couldent get the wifi to work on my laptop with linux...
[13:48] <flowsnake> guess you can't buy winRT anyway
[13:48] <Armand> mgottschlag, that's to plug an eMMC card into the SD slot.
[13:49] <herbert__> any idea why a router does not give an IP to a raspi? connect via cable but router does not see the raspy
[13:49] <mgottschlag> but the speed should be the same
[13:49] <Armand> Narp
[13:49] <Armand> Direct eMMC is MUCH faster.
[13:51] <flowsnake> herbert__: did the pi boot up?
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[13:53] <LexMan> just wondering, has anyone used a Arduino for anything useful?
[13:53] <herbert__> flowsnake: dunno, red light only...
[13:53] <herbert__> flowsnake: first time using it
[13:53] <aDro> How hot is too hot for a Pentium 4?
[13:54] <LexMan> 80c?
[13:54] <Armand> aDro, wrong channel... try ##hardware
[13:54] <mgottschlag> red light only = didn't boot successfully
[13:54] <flowsnake> herbert__: then it didn't start
[13:54] <flowsnake> herbert__: http://elinux.org/R-Pi_Troubleshooting#Red_power_LED_is_on.2C_green_LED_does_not_flash.2C_nothing_on_display
[13:55] <herbert__> flowsnake: ahhh thx, was searching for something like that
[13:55] <ShiftPlusOne> LexMan, ##hardware might be for you too.
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[13:57] <ShiftPlusOne> or an arduino channel
[13:57] <LexMan> but i don't want to talk to them.
[13:57] <LexMan> the're gay.
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[13:58] * ShiftPlusOne sets mode +b *!*Lex@*
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[13:59] <ShiftPlusOne> trollometer peaker =/
[13:59] <ShiftPlusOne> *peaked
[14:01] <Armand> Dunno... that barely hit "tame" on my scanner.. O.o
[14:02] <ShiftPlusOne> Didn't seem quite right from the very start to me. But I could be overly cautious. If he msgs back to clear it up, I'd certainly unban.
[14:03] <Armand> Nah.. let him stew. :P
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[14:04] <ShiftPlusOne> Meh, just in case.
[14:04] * ShiftPlusOne sets mode -b *!*Lex@*
[14:04] <ShiftPlusOne> Didn't give him a warning first, so it was a bit unfair, I think.
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[14:14] <Armand> I rarely do warnings, and bans are never lifted. :P
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[14:18] <ShiftPlusOne> heh
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[14:20] <pats_Toms> hi, any ideas how to get debian wheeze on my sd card?
[14:21] <ShiftPlusOne> Sure, which OS do you want to use to write the image?
[14:21] <peol> Anyone experienced with omxplayer? I'm trying to playback an audio stream that has 8 channels (7.1) DTS, but for some reason it downsamples it to two channels (not using passthrough) :/
[14:24] <herbert__> any ideas on what programs to use if I want to use raspy assmall web and music server?
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[14:31] <Triffid_Hunter> herbert__: you want samba for serving files to windows machines. apache is the most common webserver but it can be pretty resource intensive for simple stuff, check out lighttpd and friends perhaps
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[14:39] <herbert__> Triffid_Hunter: thx, lighttpd sounds good :)
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[14:51] <adammw111> Hi, could anyone tell me what the depth/height of the model A board is?
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[14:53] <mgottschlag> "The Raspberry Pi measures 85.60mm x 56mm x 21mm, with a little overlap for the SD card and connectors which project over the edges. It weighs 45g."
[14:53] <mgottschlag> ah, wait, that is model B
[14:54] <pksato> size is same for model A.
[14:54] <mgottschlag> but only the height should change
[14:55] <mgottschlag> (1-2mm less or sth like that)
[14:55] <pksato> what the height of RJ45 connector?
[14:55] <mgottschlag> no idea, but less than RCA, so RCA will be the connector which defines the height
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[14:57] <pksato> RJ45 connector have transformers inside.
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[15:06] <adammw111> don't worry - i've found what i needed
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[15:11] <martk100> Does the luakit browser respond to ctrl + and ctrl - to enlarge and shrink the image?
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[15:15] <faLUCE> Hi. I'm using xbmc on raspbian and I can't hear audio. what can I check?
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[15:15] <pronto> you're going to need to give us more info
[15:15] <Amadiro> faLUCE, I think somewhere in the settings you can switch between HDMI and jack output
[15:16] <Amadiro> try also if it works just using omxplayer ("omxplayer -o hdmi file" plays the audio through hdmi)
[15:16] <faLUCE> pronto: of course. but which infos?
[15:16] <faLUCE> Amadiro: I don't have omxplayer
[15:17] <Amadiro> install it, then
[15:18] <faLUCE> Amadiro: but if I play audio trhough hdmi, I should connect headphones to my monitor?
[15:19] <Amadiro> yes.
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[15:20] <faLUCE> let's try with xbmc directly, then.
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[15:20] <Amadiro> no, try with omxplayer.
[15:21] <Amadiro> if you can't get it to work with omxplayer alone, it's probably a problem with your setup rather than xbmc
[15:21] <faLUCE> Amadiro: I just tried with xbmc and it works
[15:21] <Amadiro> Great.
[15:21] <faLUCE> thanks
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[15:24] <`quote`> my pi is running out of entropy
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[15:24] <`quote`> should I not be using ssh
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[15:26] <faLUCE> now: how can i backup my image??
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[15:27] <sadbox> `quote`: You could try using /dev/urandom instead?
[15:27] <sadbox> =P
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[15:30] <mgottschlag> `quote`: there is a hardware rng driver somewhere with the latest kernel update
[15:31] <mgottschlag> *real* random numbers, thermal noise
[15:31] <mgottschlag> and they told it was quite fast, didn't try it myself though
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[15:32] <`quote`> mgottschlag latest kernel being latest linux kernel
[15:32] <`quote`> or specific rpi kernel
[15:32] <mgottschlag> rpi kernel
[15:32] <`quote`> for which distro
[15:32] <sadbox> info on said HW rng http://www.raspberrypi.org/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f=29&t=19334&p=273944#p273944
[15:32] <mgottschlag> `quote`: rpi foundation kernel
[15:32] <sadbox> Might have to enable the daemon to feed dev/random
[15:33] <`quote`> this beats the shit out of disabling the random device
[15:33] <`quote`> not truly disabling, just making the kernel's urandom the /dev/urandom
[15:33] <`quote`> sorry dev/random
[15:34] <sadbox> what now?
[15:35] <sadbox> also, that's rather snazzy... didn't realize that the pi had a HW RNG
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[15:36] <`quote`> I'm sure I missed quality conversation
[15:37] <`quote`> the network on this poor little rpi is hanging
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[15:43] <af1> hi
[15:43] <pronto> hi
[15:44] <af1> hows things going today
[15:44] <pronto> good
[15:45] <af1> fantastic
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[15:46] <`quote`> anyone know how to get rgnd working with systemd
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[15:51] <ryanteck> Hello
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[15:57] <Injunire> has anyone here got their raspberry pi from Creatron in Toronto?
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[15:59] <Doxin> running solenoids from the RPi using a darlington transistor and a reverse diode to prevent spikes. is that enough protection?
[16:01] <`quote`> Doxin I'd ask ##electronics too
[16:02] <`quote`> they know their shit
[16:02] <`quote`> fffffff
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[16:05] <ShiftPlusOne> heh
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[16:30] <coffe> Hello
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[16:31] <coffe> are playing around with my rasbmc , but it seems i cant set a ipv6 address
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[16:38] <aaa801> so i updated to the latest raspbian image, opened serial console and was greated with this ? http://i.imgur.com/3ygw6xr.png
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[16:41] <mgottschlag> aaa801: that's a panic :)
[16:41] <mgottschlag> (kernel debugger)
[16:41] <aaa801> aha
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[16:42] <aaa801> a restart seems to of sorted it anyway, think the sd card connection was dirty
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[16:44] <Scriven> Blow in it NES/Atari 2600-style! Magic breath! ;)
[16:45] <aaa801> :p
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[16:58] <pierut> :>
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[17:06] <Kane> o/
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[17:16] <MrKeuner> hello, I have a thermometer sensor that I can plug in two pins. Can I connect this to raspberry pie and then read the values, somehow?
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[17:16] <mgottschlag> depends on the sensor
[17:17] <mgottschlag> any datasheet available?
[17:17] <MrKeuner> none. I'll try to read small labels on the sensor
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[17:17] <mgottschlag> if it is a completely analog part, then no, the pi does not have any adc or measurement hardware
[17:19] <MrKeuner> says something like 5 103IM9
[17:22] <mgottschlag> no hits on google, any manufacturer logo?
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[17:25] <mgottschlag> as it only has two wires, you could also look for types of simple temperature sensors and compare them to measurements with your device
[17:25] <Encrypt> A Raspberry Pie ? Yummy !
[17:25] <mgottschlag> I doubt it is digital as there are only few bus systems which only need 2 wires (one-wire and asi come to my mind)
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[17:32] <ReggieUK> might be worth posting a picture of it somewhere
[17:32] <ReggieUK> might jog someones memory
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[17:40] <aaa801> ldconfig: /usr/lib/icelib/libicecore.so.1.0 is not an ELF file - it has the wrong magic bytes at the start.
[17:40] <aaa801> thats never good..
[17:41] <ShadowJK> The classic dallas onewire sensors also have 3 physical wires
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[17:42] <yehnan> Dallas DS18B20 temperature sensor, 1-wire, three pins.
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[18:24] <lantizia> Meh, so I've had one of these in my cupboard for about 6 months and never bothered to use it... installed the recommended OS on it today and gnash
[18:25] <lantizia> can't even play a youtube video without stuttering - so much for it's much hyped graphics ability
[18:25] <flowsnake> isn't gnash terrible though
[18:25] <BigShip> lantizia: how much ram did you allocate to the gpu?
[18:25] <lantizia> BigBadGhost, 128
[18:25] <lantizia> oops BigShip
[18:25] <BigShip> lol np
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[18:26] <BigShip> lantizia: did you up the HDMI power? Have you overclocked anywhere from 800-1000mHz?
[18:27] <lantizia> BigShip, haven't overclocked - and tried both *not* upping the hdmi power - also just tried with it set to 4
[18:27] <lantizia> mainly because the picture quality looks poo
[18:27] <BigShip> lantizia: that's weird because I have played Bluray quality on mine. Try it at 1000Mhz? That's supposed to give you about a 50% boost in performance
[18:28] <mgottschlag> I'd be surprised if gnash used the gpu
[18:28] <mgottschlag> I mean, for video decoding
[18:29] <lantizia> BigShip, ok I'll try it at 1000 - is there any harm in setting hdmi power to 7? (to see if the picture quality looks less well sharp i suppose)
[18:29] <lantizia> sharp/artifacty
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[18:29] <BigShip> lantizia: i'm not sure... Why don't you try the overclock first. Im running mine on a 24" flatscreen atm with no issues
[18:30] <mgottschlag> lantizia: also, others report the same problems with gnash
[18:30] <lantizia> done rebooting..
[18:30] <lantizia> well unless someone has managed to pull a copy of adobe flash from another arm-compatible device... what other flash plugins can I use?
[18:30] <BigShip> lantizia: You might have to stick with downloaded videos maybe
[18:31] <lantizia> (i did think about pulling the flash plugin from my N900 - but apparently the n900 is a generation newer in terms of ARM than the pi)
[18:32] <BigShip> (hey, what's the keyboard shortcut for switching desktops on rasbian)?
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[18:33] <lantizia> hmm still jittering on 1000mhz
[18:33] <lantizia> maybe give the GPU less if gnash isn't using it?
[18:33] <BigShip> yeah sounds good
[18:33] <lantizia> ill give it a small 16
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[18:39] <lantizia> nope it still plays youtube videos like dog poop
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[18:39] <Doxin> lantizia: how exactly does dog poop play youtube videos?
[18:40] <chupacabra> gotta use gnas instead of flashplayer?
[18:40] <lantizia> chupacabra, yup using gnash now
[18:40] <chupacabra> never had good luck with gnash. Is it a muxst?
[18:40] <chupacabra> must.
[18:40] <ShiftPlusOne> it's pointless
[18:41] <chupacabra> no adobe compiled for Pi?
[18:41] <ShiftPlusOne> No, forget flash altogether
[18:41] <chupacabra> ok tks
[18:41] <ShiftPlusOne> use youtube-dl or an xbmc plugin for youtube. I am sure there are other alternatives as well
[18:41] <chupacabra> I sure gnash is more mature than last time I used it.
[18:42] <chupacabra> hope
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[18:42] <lantizia> didn't get it for that anyway - was hoping to swap my NSLU2 for the Pi - i.e. make another USB over IP server (which is what I've got the NSLU2 box doing)
[18:42] <ShiftPlusOne> It's usable on the desktop, just not pi
[18:43] <lantizia> but I mainly use the USB over IP box (whether it be a NSLU or a Pi) to tunnel USB devices like a usb graphics card, sound card, keyboard/mouse to a VM
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[18:43] <lantizia> and it's the VM you see on the monitor - but since the Pi can be a desktop by itself anyway - I thought I'd try
[18:43] * chupacabra wants to replace his wdlxtv
[18:43] <ShiftPlusOne> how well does that work?
[18:43] <lantizia> maybe I'll use it as a thin client instead - so it can view an x86 machine that CAN do stuff like flash :P
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[18:45] <lantizia> maybe using SPICE :D
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[18:54] <chupacabra> lantizia, would be a pretty thick client
[18:55] <BigShip> Heyo, is anyone using the RPi as a main desktop?
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[18:58] <chupacabra> waiting on ine
[18:58] <chupacabra> mine
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[18:58] <Encrypt> BigShip, Nope
[18:58] <BigShip> :(
[18:58] <XpineX> I have been using a rPi as my main desktop, but it was only used as a remote desktop client
[18:58] <chupacabra> need to blow the fried chicken out this keyboard
[18:59] <BigShip> oh thats smart. I should have left my desktop on and at home instead
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[19:00] <jacekowski> i've got a problem with HDMI out on rpi
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[19:00] <jacekowski> when running XBMC
[19:01] <jacekowski> it's like randomly turning itself off for few seconds
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[19:08] <BigShip> So, my omxplayer is being weird. I was trying to watch a movie last night and when I played it through omxplayer there was no sound other than very loud static, and the movie just overlaid what was on the screen isntead of going fullscreen
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[19:10] <KiltedPi> what are the price ranges/differences between the classes of SD cards?
[19:10] <KiltedPi> Is it noteable speed?
[19:11] <BigShip> I got a 32gb class 10 at costco for something between 20 and 30
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[19:12] <KiltedPi> Ach. thats fine
[19:12] <KiltedPi> Not much of a problem with regards to price then. Better of just getting a good one
[19:12] <KiltedPi> in fact- $20 or ??20, BigShip?
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[19:12] <KiltedPi> (Dollars/pounds)
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[19:16] <BigShip> $
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[19:45] <ssm2017> hello
[19:46] <ssm2017> maybe someone here is using 'ola' (open lighting architecture) with raspberry pi
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[19:46] <ssm2017> i have 2 ethernet cards (wire + wifi) and i would like ola to use only wifi but it takes the wire one by default. any idea on how to change this ?
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[20:26] <biberao> hi
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[20:31] <zeBeard> Greetings!
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[20:57] <IT_Sean> ahoy
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[20:59] <pablq> hello
[21:00] <zeBeard> sup
[21:00] <pablq> i'm struggling to get a proper display for my pi. the best i've got so far is an emerson portable tv with and av in plug
[21:00] <pablq> problem is its just one slot, but it looks like it has multiple bands.
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[21:01] <pablq> and fits basically an audio jack... any thoughts?
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[21:01] <rm> pablq, did you try any of those car reverse monitors?
[21:01] <pablq> i heard of those
[21:01] <IT_Sean> pablq: that sounds like it may be audio and video together.
[21:01] <pablq> yeah that's next if i cant get this marg to work
[21:01] <IT_Sean> You will need an adapter to go from the Pi to that
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[21:01] <rm> http://dx.com/c/car-accessories-799/car-video-systems-718/car-monitors-731
[21:02] <pablq> problem is im on a deadline lol
[21:02] <IT_Sean> using the Pi's composite out
[21:02] <pablq> sean which is the composite out?
[21:02] <IT_Sean> pablq: the round one.
[21:02] <IT_Sean> You will need an adapter, though
[21:02] <pablq> yellow one yeah?
[21:02] <IT_Sean> Yah
[21:02] <pablq> word
[21:03] <IT_Sean> The connector on your TV is commonly used by camcorders and the like.
[21:03] <IT_Sean> And contains both audio and video.
[21:03] <pablq> okay
[21:03] <pablq> hmmm a converter eh
[21:03] <IT_Sean> You should be able to get a cable that will go from that to the Composite (video only) on the Pi
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[21:04] <pablq> hmm
[21:04] <pablq> thanks
[21:04] <IT_Sean> Either that, or use a different screen. One that accepts either composite or hdmi
[21:05] <pablq> i have a cord that goes from y/r/w to the three banded input... but it doesn't seem to work.
[21:05] <pablq> yeah...
[21:05] <mjr> pablq, how did you hook it up?
[21:05] <mjr> the yellow sounds like it should probably be composite video
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[21:07] <pablq> well i think then i either have a problem with my cord or with my sd card on the pi
[21:08] <pablq> any thoughts on a way to see if the card is written correctly without the help of a functioning display?
[21:09] <zleap> tke it out and put it in a card reader on a PC you should be able to see the files on the file system at least
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[21:14] <pablq> alright well i guess that's all for now
[21:14] <pablq> thanks for the help people
[21:14] <pablq> i wont be a noob forever
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[21:32] <granjero> hi all, got an usb keybord (genius slimstar 310) it says it uses 60mA but can't make it work
[21:32] <granjero> any tip?
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[21:52] <Ardivaba> Hello
[21:53] <Ardivaba> If i want to talk about Raspberry pi related coding, should i talk here or in -dev?
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[21:54] <IT_Sean> either or
[21:55] <Ardivaba> That is weird, but okay, fair enough
[21:56] <Ardivaba> What is "default" programming road people take in PI community?
[21:56] <Ardivaba> Code PI related things using Python, NodeJS or native C++. Given that you simply want to control some IO pins forexample.
[21:56] <gordonDrogon> whatever you like.
[21:56] <Encrypt> Ardivaba, What do you mean ?
[21:56] <gordonDrogon> BASIC, C.
[21:57] <Encrypt> Yes, C
[21:57] <gordonDrogon> I do GPIO control in C and BASIC.
[21:57] <Ardivaba> So C is most common language and gets you best PI related information in the internets?
[21:57] <gordonDrogon> a lot of people are keen on Python.
[21:58] <gordonDrogon> it's great to have a choice!
[21:59] <tdy> don't quote me on this, but i think most of adafruit's examples are in C
[21:59] <tdy> i do most of my stuff in python
[22:00] <Ardivaba> Okay thanks for the replies.
[22:01] <Ardivaba> I will try to do my stuff in Javascript (nodeJs) and if i fail i will switch to Python, as i'm not particularily keen to code in C.
[22:01] <Ardivaba> Has anyone set-up TP-LINK usb wifi to start upon booting?
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[22:03] <tdy> nope, i've only used edimax and d-link adapters
[22:03] <Ardivaba> Okay, i'll try to figure it out then.
[22:04] <zleap> google debian auto start up
[22:04] <Ardivaba> Will do.
[22:04] <zleap> or something similar
[22:04] <Ardivaba> Does default debian support any kind of GUI applications?
[22:04] <swart> you can use scratch to program gpio as well
[22:04] <tdy> the raspbian image?
[22:05] <swart> that's a visual programming environment. good for kids learning
[22:05] <tdy> it comes with LXDE
[22:05] <Ardivaba> I'm trying to automate my whole home and using PI as the center of it all...it would be nice to have some kind of touch pad mini-lcd to control it all that would be directly connected to PI.
[22:05] <Ardivaba> Let me google it.
[22:06] <zleap> swart, i think so yes, i think its some sort of python scrpty thing that sits somewhere
[22:06] <swart> Ardivaba: you might want to make a web app for the pi you can control from your phone
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[22:06] <swart> zleap: yeah my son was playing with it. there are a lot of games people have written that you can download from the MIT site
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[22:06] <Ardivaba> Web app would be not agile enough...there is always some limitations. For my android phones i'll create android app directly and communicate using simple sockets.
[22:07] <swart> Ardivaba: sure if you're up for that
[22:07] <zleap> smart yeah
[22:07] <swart> web app is an easy way to get started though. you can always change that to http client requests later
[22:07] <Ardivaba> Yeah, android apps are straight forward to create...(given that you push yourself through the installation process (overly complicated and time consuming)).
[22:07] <Ardivaba> True.
[22:07] <zleap> swart, http://cymplecy.wordpress.com/2012/08/26/scratch-controlling-the-gpio-on-a-raspberrypi/
[22:08] <swart> focus on getting the back end working, then make it beautiful :)
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[22:08] <swart> zleap: yes I saw that. I hope to try it soon
[22:08] <Ardivaba> That sounds like a plan, swart.
[22:08] <Ardivaba> Does Debian allow me to SetPixels directly? Eg...create my own GUI "platform"?
[22:09] <swart> well yes, but that's another world of complexity
[22:09] <zleap> are you signed up to the scratch site to share and link up with other users
[22:09] * Ardivaba is shamed of his english skills and his weird use of tech terms.
[22:09] <swart> you can use OpenGL directly or you can use Gtk or something
[22:09] <Ardivaba> Gtk sounds like the way to go.
[22:09] <zleap> this apt-get update takes ages
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[22:10] <rymate1234> http://www.ponnuki.net/2012/09/kindleberry-pi/
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[22:10] <swart> I personally wouldn't use a headful X app on the pi, but that's my vias
[22:10] <swart> bias even
[22:11] <rymate1234> http://www.ponnuki.net/2012/09/kindleberry-pi/
[22:11] <rymate1234> wat
[22:11] <rymate1234> ...how
[22:11] <zleap> use a pi as kindle
[22:11] <mjr> it tells you how
[22:11] <zleap> you cn install android on the pi
[22:11] <zleap> can
[22:11] <rymate1234> zleap, nope
[22:11] <mjr> zleap, not really
[22:11] <rymate1234> use your kindle as a screen for the pi
[22:11] <mjr> it uses the kindle as a serial display for the pi
[22:12] <swart> zleap: yeah it's not too usable by all accounts
[22:12] <GabrialDestruir> So I got my pi setup to share media to my DirecTV server... but it turns out that the directv server doesn't support h264
[22:12] <rymate1234> now what I was trying to say is: xorg apps on the pi tend to be slow
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[22:12] <Ardivaba> Btw, if anyone is interested in home automation, then K8055 Usb Experiment Interface Board is the way to go, getting it to communicate with PI was PI(ece) of cake.
[22:14] <zleap> swart, works here4
[22:14] <OpenSys> gordonDrogon, ping
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[22:15] <zleap> well i mainly use linux on my main pc
[22:15] <gordonDrogon> OpenSys, Hello?
[22:15] <zleap> and scratch on that not as much on the pi
[22:15] <OpenSys> gordonDrogon, question about wiringpi
[22:15] <OpenSys> is "wiringpi.digitalWrite(pin,wiringpi.LOW)" the same of "wiringpi.digitalWrite(pin,0)" ?
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[22:16] <gordonDrogon> I've no idea what that means.
[22:17] <gordonDrogon> that looks like someone has encapsulated wiringPi in some class or other language?
[22:17] <OpenSys> is python
[22:17] <gordonDrogon> however in my C version, LOW is 0.
[22:17] <gordonDrogon> and HIGH is 1.
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[22:18] <OpenSys> gordonDrogon, ok so digitalWrite = 1 is the same of HIGH = 1 ?
[22:19] <gordonDrogon> digitalWrite is a function, setting a pin to 1 is the same as setting it high.
[22:19] <gordonDrogon> high just means not low :)
[22:19] <gordonDrogon> or high is 3.3v at the pin, low is 0v.
[22:20] <OpenSys> ok ok
[22:20] <OpenSys> see this http://www.raspberrypi.org/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f=63&t=32953
[22:20] <tdy> Ardivaba: that board can plug right into the Pi USB port?
[22:20] <OpenSys> please
[22:20] <gordonDrogon> actually, 0 (or LOW) will set the output pin to 0v and anything else will set it high.
[22:20] <Ardivaba> tdy, yes.
[22:21] <Ardivaba> It takes power from USB port and also uses it for communication.
[22:21] <Ardivaba> It's perfect for PI (in my humble opinion).
[22:21] <tdy> wow, wouldn't have expected enough power
[22:21] <Ardivaba> Has C, Java and Python libraries aswell.
[22:21] * rymate1234 is trying to get a bluetooth keyboard running on the pi
[22:21] <gordonDrogon> OpenSys, you won't get accurate enough timing to bit-bang asynchronous data like that.
[22:22] <Ardivaba> I powered my Netduino and K8055 board from one PI...power didn't seem to be issue.
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[22:22] <OpenSys> gordonDrogon, so its impossible to send bits like that by radio 433mhz ?
[22:23] <gordonDrogon> OpenSys, maybe at much slower data rates.
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[22:23] <gordonDrogon> e.g. 300 baud.
[22:23] <gordonDrogon> and you need to re-synchronise after after byte - just like rs232.
[22:23] <OpenSys> gordonDrogon, at 2400Bps in serial works fine
[22:23] <Anthaas> I have made a huge mistake on my Pi. I have set up a webserver (first time) and have completely forgotten my FTP details - what can I do?
[22:24] <Anthaas> (Yes, I realise this makes me a complete moron)
[22:24] <gordonDrogon> OpenSys, yes, in serial - as there is then hardware clocking the data out at a precise rate.
[22:24] <gordonDrogon> you can not achieve that precise rate in software on the Pi.
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[22:24] <gordonDrogon> Anthaas, change the password as root.
[22:24] <Anthaas> ok, could you guide me?
[22:24] <Anthaas> I have SSH access to the Pi (Im not at home)
[22:25] <Anthaas> Im logged in to it through PuTTy
[22:25] <OpenSys> gordonDrogon, see this: "http://www.hoagieshouse.com/RaspberryPi/RCSockets/RCPlug.html" someone make it happen
[22:25] <designbybeck_> Greetings all. I'm new to the Pi. I'd like to use it as a slideshow for a TV. I want to copy slides.jpg to it and have it run in full screen loop on startup. Was thinking of using a webkit/javascript to fade in and out and such. Any ideas
[22:25] <designbybeck_> Or can you point me in the correct direction
[22:25] <OpenSys> but with a pic in the receiver
[22:27] <Doxin> designbybeck_: I'm sure there's plenty slideshow software out there that can run slides from a specified folder.
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[22:27] <gordonDrogon> OpenSys, he sends it 10 times - and it looks like he gets lucky.
[22:27] <designbybeck_> Doxin: and then I just tell Linux to load at start up?
[22:27] <designbybeck_> I'll search
[22:27] <Anthaas> gordonDrogon: Any assistance would be much appreciated, as I said, I am new to command line access and the Pi.
[22:27] <Anthaas> But am trying to learn...
[22:27] <nineteen67comet> G'mornin' . I would like to have a user login when I start the wheezy version of RPi but right now it defaults to the pi user when x starts (auto start) .. can I create a login like gdm or so?
[22:28] <Doxin> designbybeck_: just set up automagic login, and have it start the software somehow
[22:28] <Doxin> anyways, going afk.
[22:28] <zleap> designbybeck_, you could try program called fbi (frame buffer someting) its console app
[22:28] <OpenSys> lol :) i also send by serial with like 90% of success
[22:28] <gordonDrogon> Anthaas, I only know C, BASIC and PHP really well. I can't teach Python.
[22:28] <designbybeck_> ok i'll look into that as well zleap thank you both
[22:28] <zleap> yw
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[22:29] <Anthaas> gordonDrogon: I dont need Python, I just need to know how to change FTP details through command line. I only know Java, PHP, and some C.
[22:29] <gordonDrogon> OpenSys, so, you need to send slower and incorporate some sort of error checking and re-transmission.
[22:29] <Anthaas> Im using it as a web server.
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[22:29] <OpenSys> gordonDrogon, thank you but i will investigate better :D
[22:29] <gordonDrogon> Anthaas, ah, sorry. brain not working.
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[22:29] <tdy> if i'm using the Pi to collect sensor data at a desired sampling rate, is there a better way to do it than to just use an infinite loop with a sleep function?
[22:29] <gordonDrogon> Anthaas, you setup an FTP user and forgot the password for it? Is that what you need to fix?
[22:29] <nineteen67comet> and; does providing more swap space via USB hdd (or stick) help?
[22:30] <Anthaas> gordonDrogon: Yeah - it was kinda stupid of me, but yeah...
[22:30] <gordonDrogon> tdy what sort of rate - seconds or mintes?
[22:30] <tdy> gordonDrogon: i'm trying to get 30 Hz, but using the current sleep() method, it seems very imprecise
[22:30] <Anthaas> gordonDrogon: Also, not entirely sure of the username now - I've tried every combination of my usual details...
[22:30] <gordonDrogon> Anthaas, if you are logged in, then use the command: sudo passwd ftp - then it'll prompt you for a new password for 'ftp'
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[22:30] <tdy> e.g. the last set of test data i got seemed to come out ~26Hz over a 3 hr test
[22:30] <gordonDrogon> tdy, 30 a second? use usleep.
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[22:31] <Anthaas> gordonDrogon: What if Im not sure of the username? Im assuming your use of 'ftp' implies it be replaced with the ftp username?
[22:31] <tdy> gordonDrogon: oh ok i'll check that out, thanks
[22:31] <gordonDrogon> tdy what's happening is that you're not taking into account the time it takes to read the sensors. You need to grab the time at the top, sample the sensors, then wait for the time minus the time taken.
[22:31] <gordonDrogon> Anthaas, yes - cat /etc/passwd to get the usernames
[22:32] <tdy> gordonDrogon: oh of course, that makes sense
[22:32] <gordonDrogon> tdy, look at gettimeofday() and nanosleep() system calls.
[22:33] <tdy> ok thanks
[22:33] <gordonDrogon> tdy that still won't be perfect, but it'll be better.
[22:33] <Anthaas> gordonDrogon: A lot of info was returned - cannot find anything relating to FTP in there though...
[22:33] <gordonDrogon> Anthaas, maybe there isn't an ftp user setup then.
[22:33] <ngc0202> Would it be possible to control a motor that uses a modular connector with my RPi?
[22:33] <Anthaas> gordonDrogon: There definitely is as I used it to put a few files in before.
[22:34] <gordonDrogon> ngc0202, cut the connector off and solder on one that fits...
[22:34] <pksato> Anthaas: just use any user. like default pi
[22:34] <ngc0202> gordonDrogon: What do you mean?
[22:34] <nineteen67comet> Would it be helpfull to use swapon for a USB stick that has swap partition?
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[22:35] <gordonDrogon> ngc0202, I mean - think about it. I've no idea what a modular connector is, but if it doesn't fit the Pi, then remove it and fit one that does.
[22:35] <Anthaas> pksato: I only want to change the FTP details - or at least access them, not change the password of the Pi
[22:35] <ngc0202> hehe, that's what wikipedia told me they're called
[22:35] <ngc0202> http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/7/7f/Rjxx.jpg
[22:35] <gordonDrogon> nineteen67comet, it'll work great until you accidentally remove it - then the Pi will crash.
[22:35] <pksato> that details?
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[22:36] <gordonDrogon> ngc0202, well you'll need to find a socket to wire into the Pi via a suitable motor driver chip/interface.
[22:36] <nineteen67comet> gordonDrogon: LOL .. done worse .. lol but I may try it since I do have a couple USB hard drives in fstab via uuid .. *they live connected to the RPi)
[22:36] <Anthaas> Yeah, the problem is I have forgotten the log in details to access the FTP server.
[22:36] <Anthaas> I can't connect using FileZilla etc.
[22:36] <gordonDrogon> Anthaas, can you not ever remember the username?
[22:36] <pksato> server ip? username?
[22:37] <Anthaas> gordonDrogon: Not completely positive of it, no.
[22:37] <Anthaas> gordonDrogon: Its either Pi (default) or just root.
[22:37] <gordonDrogon> well if cat /etc/passwd doesn't jog your memory, then I don't know what to suggest.
[22:37] <pksato> you own ftp server?
[22:37] <Anthaas> pksato: Yes
[22:37] <gordonDrogon> if it's pi, then the default password is: raspberry
[22:37] <Anthaas> Tried that... lol
[22:37] <zleap> gordonDrogon, what should sudo apt-get clean do ?
[22:38] <Anthaas> The only other thing I can think of, is I cannot FTP to the server remotely.
[22:38] <Anthaas> Which is silly -and Im sure I can.
[22:38] <pksato> and, setup ftp daemon to accept non anonymous user?
[22:38] <gordonDrogon> zleap, I've already answered that one - no need to ask me twice..
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[22:38] <zleap> sorry
[22:39] <zleap> ok i guess i need to reboot now right
[22:39] <gordonDrogon> not unless it told you to.
[22:39] <zleap> ok
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[22:40] <zleap> my pi should be up to date now then
[22:40] <gordonDrogon> yes.
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[22:40] <gordonDrogon> going offline for a bit.
[22:40] <zleap> k
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[22:42] <Vlad> ngc0202: google gertboard
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[22:42] <ngc0202> okay
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[23:57] <ngc0202> Hi, so
[23:57] <ngc0202> I was having this issue here: http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=642136
[23:57] <ngc0202> How do I give myself that permission?

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