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IRC Log for 2013-03-15

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[0:07] <lullabud> i was just rambling around the net and stumbled upon this amazing feat: http://www.flickr.com/photos/binaryfury/8464013916/in/set-72157632791989032/
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[0:25] <chod> lullabud nice
[0:25] <chod> seen the 64 pi one at southampton uni?
[0:25] <chod> i think its 64
[0:26] <zleap> that is the one where they get help from a 7 year old lego expert right
[0:27] <zleap> get / got
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[0:27] <chod> yea
[0:27] <chod> youtube on terminal pi
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[0:35] <voxadam> Does anyone know the aproximate lead time of Pi B in US?
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[1:08] <Deskwizard_> I bow down to the awesomeness of Pi
[1:08] <Deskwizard_> (just got mine :P)
[1:08] <Blueness|> :)
[1:10] <Deskwizard_> I'll call it "the original" ;)
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[1:15] * Firehopper pokes deskwiz
[1:15] <Firehopper> some usb hubs dont backfeed power
[1:15] <Firehopper> thats prolly your issue
[1:15] <Firehopper> if its only going to be used on the pi, hack it :)
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[1:16] <Deskwizard_> meh, found a cable after all
[1:18] * Firehopper rrrrs and still waits for the lcd parts
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[2:10] <aoriani> I am using the WIPI dongle. ICMP (ping, traceroute) works fine, but http fails. Has anyone seem that ?
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[3:06] <[Saint]> what is the difference between 'sudo apt-get chromium' and 'sudo apt-get chromium-browser'?
[3:07] <pksato> Chromium is a game
[3:07] <pksato> chromium-browser is a google chrome browser.
[3:08] <ShiftPlusOne> There is a game or something called chromium bsu which existed before the browser. So, chromium used to be the game and chromium-browser the actual browser. I think they have changed the game to chromium-bsu now, so just 'chromium' might be a meta package which installs chromium-browser. You can check with apt-cache search chromium and reading the description
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[3:50] <sheldor> hey does anybody know how to change the exit/restart/shutdown menu colors in emulationstation?
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[4:29] <bin_bash> does anyone know if this wifi adapter works: http://www.meritline.com/airlink101-awll5088-wireless-n-ultra-mini-usb-adapter---p-45923.aspx?strcoup=MLCY14XN&dealid=54350
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[4:32] <ParkerR> bin_bash, Yes it most definitely will
[4:32] <ParkerR> Has the Realtek RTL8188CUS chipset
[4:32] <ParkerR> Same as a lot of others
[4:33] <bin_bash> okay thanks
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[4:53] <Datalink> I know this is more a Rasbian crowd but does anyone here use Fedora? "dracut Warning: /sysroot has no proper rootfs layout, ignoring and removing offending mount hook"
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[4:57] <ladoga> w
[4:59] <SirStan> I thought Fedora was EOL'd.
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[5:06] <Datalink> it's the consumercentric RedHat build, why would they EOL it?
[5:07] <SirStan> Trolling is a art.
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[5:16] <Scriven> ParkerR, I'm still having no luck with the wpa_supplicant setup. I gave up and am just keeping the pi plugged in. I'd assume it still works when hardcoded, so I have no idea what I'm doing wrong. :(
[5:16] <Datalink> meh, kinda mean to troll frustrated people trying to get help... though since this isn't a Fedora channel I did kinda deserve it
[5:17] <sheldor> did anybody manage to compile xbmc with --enable-joystick on the rpi?
[5:18] <sheldor> or are there any xbmc pinaries with joystick support?
[5:20] <ParkerR> Scriven, I can send you my setup
[5:20] <Scriven> ParkerR, Mine is WPA2 key w/ AES IIRC. Should be so simple. Makes me wonder if I've forgotten to install something silly.
[5:21] <Scriven> Thanks BTW! I think you pastebin'd it b4 IIRC, but I may be wrong. I'd be happy to look at it (don't forget to scrub pwd of course)
[5:21] <ParkerR> Scriven, Well you can use wpagui to make the conf file
[5:21] <Scriven> no gui on the machine, would rather just figure how to do it oldskule. ;)
[5:21] <ParkerR> Heh
[5:21] <Scriven> I do log in with -X in my ssh, so windows do work (have tested even), but I'd still rather do it cli-style.
[5:22] <ParkerR> Scriven, http://forums.gentoo.org/viewtopic-p-5320829.html?sid=53a6245171f9860987fad4c4ba1b7adf#5320829
[5:23] <ParkerR> For the /etc/wpa_supplicant/wpa_supplicant.conf
[5:23] <ParkerR> Then /etc/network/interfaces is...
[5:24] <ParkerR> Gaah cant find my paste
[5:24] <ParkerR> Scriven, Aha use the first part http://pastebin.com/QCSppF2W
[5:25] <ParkerR> Scriven, Only try the network section from the gentoo post
[5:25] <ParkerR> Use what I have at the top for mine
[5:25] <sheldor> dont you guys use xbmc?
[5:26] <sheldor> or, dont you guys use a joystick/gamepad/controller with xbmc?
[5:26] <sheldor> how do you guys control it?
[5:26] <Scriven> sheldor, I use xbmc (w/ rasbmc), but just use the keyboard I've got plugged in, that's why I didn't respond, sorry.
[5:26] <ParkerR> Scriven, Like http://pastebin.com/27RJsuz5
[5:26] <sheldor> hm i see
[5:27] <sheldor> but isnt a keyboard unconvenient for a device located far away from where you are sitting? (next to your tv)
[5:27] <Scriven> ParkerR, OK, so is rebooting the best way to test this, or just restarting service?I don't mind either way.
[5:27] <sheldor> i prefer a game controller
[5:27] <sheldor> so i can also play games
[5:27] <ParkerR> Scriven, No all you have to do is sudo service networking restart
[5:27] <Scriven> sheldor, yes it is, but 1) I don't have games installed, and 2) eventually I'd like a wiimote to work. ;)
[5:27] <sheldor> ah
[5:27] <sheldor> thn you have to compile xbmc by hand
[5:27] <Scriven> ParkerR, OK, knew that but wasn't sure it was sufficient.
[5:27] <ParkerR> sheldor, Wireless keyboard...
[5:27] <sheldor> with --enable-joystick
[5:28] <sheldor> ParkerR: still a joystick interface
[5:28] <Scriven> sheldor, Didn't have to with beta versions, and haven't bothered w/ v1 yet.
[5:28] <sheldor> ParkerR: oh sorry, thought you were Scriven lol
[5:28] <sheldor> k Scriven
[5:28] <Scriven> wireless keyboard shouldn't be joystick, should be bluetooth.
[5:28] <ParkerR> Or RF USB
[5:28] <sheldor> yeah
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[5:28] <ParkerR> Jeeze you guys and your fancy keyboards
[5:28] <sheldor> still unconvenient imo
[5:28] <Scriven> yeah, or RF
[5:29] <Scriven> ParkerR, Mine's old-school. IBM Model M w/ build-in trackball, and PS2-USB adapter. FTW! ;)
[5:29] <ParkerR> Scriven, Not old skool enough. Drop the trackball :P
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[5:29] <ParkerR> I have one of the older model Ms
[5:29] <Scriven> Have one of them too, but I like the trackball addition, saves me a mouse. ;p
[5:30] <Scriven> i actually have 3 in the house somewhere, but this one's my favourite. Have had an original M since the 90s too.
[5:30] <Scriven> ;)
[5:30] <Scriven> We may have gotten it earlier w/ the 386, can't remember that specifically.
[5:30] <Scriven> <-- old
[5:30] <ParkerR> <-- old-ish
[5:30] <Scriven> restarting networking when working over SSH FTL. :(
[5:30] * Scriven holds on!
[5:30] <ParkerR> Scriven, Haha
[5:31] <ParkerR> And by old-ish I mean 19
[5:31] <Scriven> ParkerR, LOLOL!!!! By old I mean 40. ;p
[5:31] <Scriven> I think I have clothes older than you. ;p (not that that's a good thing necessarily...) ;)
[5:32] <ParkerR> Scriven, So?
[5:32] <ParkerR> Networking is working?
[5:33] <ParkerR> Or not? :P
[5:33] <Scriven> nope... ethernet came back up and SSH held my connection OK.
[5:33] <Scriven> but wifi says no dhcp lease.
[5:33] <ParkerR> Hmm do it with a monitor attached
[5:33] <ParkerR> So you can see what it says
[5:34] <Scriven> which log file is it logged to, do you know?
[5:34] <ParkerR> Scriven, That's why I said hook up a monitor :P
[5:34] <ParkerR> Not sure
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[5:35] <Scriven> ok, that's not hard for me to do, let me log into console and try
[5:35] <ParkerR> Also gaah (dd 8gb SD card to img doesnt take too long, dding that image to another card TIME CRAWLS)
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[5:36] <ParkerR> Damn write speeds
[5:36] <Scriven> ok, restarting from console.
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[5:37] <Scriven> wpa_supplicant daemon failed tos tart...
[5:37] <Scriven> I'd presume that's bad, haven't seen that one b4 actually.
[5:37] <ParkerR> Hmm
[5:37] <Scriven> Progress!!
[5:38] <ParkerR> Scriven, Pastebin exactly what your confs look like (obvious removing the password)
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[5:38] <Scriven> is there a way to test wpa specifically?
[5:38] <ParkerR> *obviously
[5:38] <ParkerR> Scriven, Yes but I want to see the conf files first
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[5:40] <Scriven> ok, gimme a sec, that's non-trivial w/ strange networking and generally headless pi. lol
[5:40] <ParkerR> Heh
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[5:45] <Scriven> ParkerR, http://pastebin.com/EeCFXpPm
[5:46] <Scriven> but right now eth0 is failing too and I'm not sure why. Have run an update, so going to reboot to ensure no dangling stuff
[5:47] <ParkerR> Scriven, I said try my first bit
[5:47] <ParkerR> ctrl_interface=DIR=/var/run/wpa_supplicant GROUP=netdev
[5:47] <ParkerR> update_config=1
[5:47] <ParkerR>
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[5:47] <ParkerR> :P
[5:48] <Scriven> ok, upon reboot, eth0 is working as usual, but still get "wpa daemon failed to start", with a subsequent failure of runparts, return code 1
[5:48] <Scriven> and the dhcp will fail at this point b/c not authorized w/ wifi network I'd assume.
[5:49] <ParkerR> Scriven, COPY this exactly http://pastebin.com/27RJsuz5
[5:49] <Scriven> ok, that is how I was doing it b4 too, but I missed that. lol
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[5:53] <Scriven> OK, no wpa_error, but get "ioctl[SIOCSIWAP]: operation not permitted" followed by 2x "ioctl[SIOCSIWENCODEEXT]: Invalid argument", and a "Terminated" then straight-up red-text "failed" after 4 dhcp attempts
[5:53] <ParkerR> O.o
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[5:54] <fr0g911> ohla
[5:54] <Scriven> ola fr0g911
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[5:55] <fr0g911> ;)
[5:55] <ParkerR> Scriven, Ok so we maybe just narrowed it down to the network section in wpa_supplicant.conf
[5:55] <ParkerR> :D
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[5:57] <Scriven> ParkerR, OK, I just tried clearing all my files and cut-and-paste raw from yours again, and it worked this time, but no eth0 auto-connected?
[5:57] <Scriven> which makes sense cause eth0 isn't auto...
[5:58] <ParkerR> Scriven, Well also only network connection at a time
[5:58] <ParkerR> *only one
[5:58] <ParkerR> Scriven, WAIT it worked? :D
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[5:59] <Scriven> yes, wifi worked this time!
[5:59] <ParkerR> :D
[5:59] <Scriven> no idea WTF is different, they look the same to me...
[6:00] <Scriven> and it's certainly possible to have both network interfaces running simultaneously isn't it?
[6:00] <ParkerR> Scriven, I think there is somethign weird on the Pi preventing it
[6:00] <ParkerR> *something
[6:00] <fr0g911> so whats this The Next-Gen BeagleBone
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[6:02] <Scriven> but now it's not again...?
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[6:03] <Scriven> WOWOWOW, that makes NO sense to me. When I have a psk=HASHED KEY line, even in the file commented, it fails.
[6:03] <Scriven> let me try one more test.
[6:04] <Scriven> Wow, and cann not have both eth0 and wlan0 running simultaneously!!!
[6:05] <Scriven> if I comment out auto eth0, it also works fine.
[6:05] <ParkerR> Heh
[6:06] <Scriven> Very flakey! This bothers me.
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[6:07] <Scriven> To make it work, I need to: NOT have auto eth0, and after I change that restart networking twice, it'll fail the first but work the 2nd.
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[6:07] <Scriven> TY ParkerR ! So now, how can I add support for roaming to these configs? I'd like the ability to name connections, since there's a few places I can see myself using my portable pi.
[6:08] <Scriven> what about allow-hotplug on eth0? or will I need to manually trigger eth0 if I'm hardwired somewhere?
[6:08] <ParkerR> Scriven, I never got as far as naming. I just add the multiple connections then when the first one fail networking just tries the second
[6:08] <ParkerR> *fails
[6:09] <Scriven> OIC, ok! So I just add more entries to wpa_supplicant.conf, and they get tried in order?
[6:09] <Scriven> so I should have an open network entry at the end theoretically, and add everything else between it and home?
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[6:09] <ParkerR> Yes
[6:09] <ParkerR> Or have the open first
[6:09] <ParkerR> Either way
[6:09] <ParkerR> It tries it in the order listed
[6:10] <ParkerR> Scriven, ie this config tries linksys then ETSU http://pastebin.com/QCSppF2W
[6:10] <Scriven> yeahh, that was one of the ones you showed me b4.
[6:11] <ParkerR> Yeah
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[6:11] <Scriven> Excellent!! I was afraid it was wonky driver or hardware or something, but since it worked hard-coded I knew it shouldn't be.
[6:11] <Scriven> Is there any way to hash the psk?
[6:12] <ParkerR> Scriven, https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?pid=1125232#p1125232
[6:12] <ParkerR> echo -n password_here | iconv -t utf16le | openssl md4
[6:13] <Scriven> key_mgmt=NONE is what I need for an open network?
[6:13] <ParkerR> Scriven, Yes
[6:13] <Scriven> AH, tyvm for the hash-line, didn't see that one b4.
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[6:15] <Scriven> ok, hashed pw, set permissions to 640, added open net section, trying again!
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[6:16] <ParkerR> Scriven, What did you set to 640?
[6:16] <Scriven> wpa_supplicant.conf permissions.
[6:17] <Scriven> rw owner, r group, nothing all
[6:17] <Scriven> and it does not like the hashed password, does it need ""?
[6:17] <ParkerR> Scriven, Dude when you resave a file as long as its not the intial creation it keeps perms
[6:17] <ParkerR> Scriven, Try ""
[6:17] <Scriven> the perms were differennt, I checked b4 I changed.
[6:18] <ParkerR> O.o
[6:18] <ParkerR> Then networking must have changed it
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[6:20] <Scriven> they are staying the same now... and it may have been set b/c that was the one I deleted and re-created from your files, so a 'vi' w/ new file
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[6:21] <Scriven> doesn't like the hashed psk even with ""
[6:22] <Scriven> with cleartext psk, works after 2 requests.
[6:22] <Scriven> with hashed it fails.
[6:22] <Scriven> that's relatively minor so long as my file permissions are ok.
[6:22] <Scriven> frustrating, but minor. ;)
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[6:23] <Scriven> ParkerR, TYVM! At least I have the basics working, and naming isn't a show-stopper, so long as I can add stuff to the wpa_supplicant.conf ;)
[6:24] <Scriven> Now I have an excuse to bring the pi to the mall, to see if it'll log into their wifi. ;)
[6:24] <ParkerR> Scriven, Try private_key="hash://63093aa9c47f56ae88334c7b65a4"
[6:24] <ParkerR> May not need to be rpivate key
[6:24] <ParkerR> But try adding hash://
[6:25] <Scriven> hash://<hashed>? will try with psk first, private key if that fails... brb
[6:27] <ParkerR> Gogole is useless
[6:27] <ParkerR> *Google
[6:27] <Scriven> increasingly, yes. :(
[6:27] <ParkerR> I keep searching for "wpa_supplicant hash psk" but it keeps returning "How to crack psk hash"
[6:27] <ParkerR> I WANT TO KNOW HOW TO CREATE THE HASH
[6:28] <ParkerR> Scriven, Aha try this
[6:28] <ParkerR> wpa_passphrase "mywireless_ssid" "secretpassphrase"
[6:28] <Scriven> Just learned something else... wpa fails to start if the file is incorrect. When I changed psk to private_key, it b0rked like that and "terminated"
[6:28] <ParkerR> As a command
[6:29] <ParkerR> It should make a psk line
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[6:30] <Scriven> it made a networking block, have tried this hash thing b4 too, with 0 success.
[6:30] <Scriven> worked this time!
[6:30] <Scriven> slower tho, 4 dhcp requests not 2...?
[6:30] <ParkerR> So all you had to copy in was the psk line it made?
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[6:31] <Scriven> yessir.
[6:32] <ParkerR> Nice
[6:33] <Scriven> hrm...
[6:34] <Scriven> or not?....
[6:34] <ParkerR> I have no way to tell if it isnt working. Why are you asking me? :P
[6:34] <Scriven> ..... the wpa_supplicant file seems to want 2 spaces b4 stuff, not 1, and not tab??
[6:35] <ParkerR> No not tab
[6:35] <ParkerR> Never tab
[6:35] <Scriven> AH... wpa_passphrase outputs TABBED
[6:35] <Scriven> but 1 space failed too.
[6:35] <ParkerR> O.o
[6:35] <Scriven> yes, tabbed! I redirected the output to a file, then sucked file into wpa_supplicant.conf
[6:36] <ParkerR>
[6:36] <ParkerR> That many spaces
[6:36] <Scriven> 1st time: made 2 spaces to match. 2nd time: tried all tabs and failed, 3rd time: tried 1 space and failed, 4th time: back to 2 spaces and worked.
[6:36] <Scriven> no, not that many spaces, tabbed.
[6:37] <ParkerR> "time: back to 2 spaces and worked."
[6:37] <ParkerR> 2 spaces isnt a tab :P
[6:37] <ParkerR> You mean two tabs?
[6:37] <Scriven> lol, no.
[6:37] <Scriven> wpa_passphrase output is TABBED.
[6:37] <Scriven> when fixed to 2 spaces works.
[6:38] <Scriven> just verified again.
[6:38] <ParkerR> Mine has 8 spaces and works
[6:38] <Scriven> ???
[6:38] <ParkerR> In my wpa_supplciant.conf
[6:38] <Scriven> wpa_passphrase "ssid" "network" > ~/wifitemp
[6:38] <ParkerR> In my networksection
[6:38] <Scriven> gave me a tabbed output.
[6:38] <Scriven> when I fixed with only 1 space it failed, needed 2 spaces (didn't try >2)
[6:39] <Scriven> spaces not tabs.
[6:39] <Scriven> so presumably it needs >1 space to work, and no tabs.
[6:40] <Scriven> So why does passphrase command output tabs?? seems like a large hairy bug to me.
[6:40] <ParkerR> Yep seems like it
[6:40] <Scriven> Am up w/ 2 spaces and working, and back to only 2 dhcp requests for success too.
[6:40] <Scriven> so that may have been something w/ my wifi network being momentarily slow.
[6:41] <Scriven> TYVM!
[6:41] <Scriven> And I hope everyone else was taking notes! lol
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[6:41] <ParkerR> Scriven, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yssz-iAJpeg
[6:41] <ParkerR> :)
[6:42] <Scriven> tabs are ok in /etc/network/interfaces file tho... very strange lol!
[6:42] <Scriven> ParkerR, LOL@Video
[6:43] <Scriven> I wonder why 2 network interfaces don't work simultaneously, I thought I'd seen it b4... heck I thought I'd DONE it b4...
[6:44] <Scriven> maybe wpa_supplicant stuff, although I can't see why.
[6:44] <ParkerR> Scriven, On a normal linux installation yes
[6:44] <ParkerR> The Pi
[6:44] <ParkerR> Aint so normal in some areas
[6:44] <Scriven> no, thought I'd done it on the pi before. I know I've done it on every other linux box I own b4. lol
[6:44] <Scriven> wonder if my power supply is not strong enough...
[6:52] <Scriven> TYVM again ParkerR. Now to experiment more with it tomorrow! ;)
[6:52] <ParkerR> :)
[6:53] <sheldor> guys
[6:53] <sheldor> what can you recommend when sound sucks?
[6:53] <sheldor> takes 100% cpu
[6:53] <sheldor> choppy
[6:53] <sheldor> slow
[6:54] <ParkerR> sheldor, Depends on that the sound is being produced by and by what sound system it is using
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[6:54] <sheldor> ParkerR: what do you recommend
[6:55] <sheldor> assuming raspbian
[6:56] <ParkerR> sheldor, Again
[6:56] <ParkerR> What program is making sound?
[6:56] <ParkerR> And what system is it using? (alsa, pulseaudio)
[6:58] <sheldor> ParkerR: retroarch
[6:58] <sheldor> i purged pulse some time ago because it was causing problems, dont remember which poblems specifically
[6:58] <ParkerR> Ok now we are onto something
[6:58] <sheldor> ParkerR: in the retroarch.cfg sound works with alsa and sdl
[6:58] <sheldor> but
[6:58] <sheldor> in either case it is choppy
[6:58] <ParkerR> I never got audio 100% working in my Raspbian install
[6:58] <sheldor> and cpu jumps to near 100%
[6:59] <sheldor> DAMN
[6:59] <ParkerR> With Retroarch
[6:59] <sheldor> this sucks so muhc :(
[6:59] <sheldor> why is sound such a giant pita on linux
[6:59] <sheldor> really dont get it
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[7:00] <ParkerR> sheldor, One second
[7:00] <ParkerR> sheldor, This however was a nice image made by the RetroPie creator http://blog.petrockblock.com/2013/02/10/retropie-project-image-download/
[7:01] <ParkerR> And emulation is amazing
[7:01] <sheldor> oh
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[7:01] <sheldor> well thanks
[7:01] <sheldor> but i have so much other stuff on my pi :(
[7:01] <ParkerR> And sound works XD
[7:01] <sheldor> i cant just use a fresh image
[7:01] <sheldor> damn
[7:01] <ParkerR> sheldor, Its worth it to throw this on an extra SD card
[7:01] <sheldor> yeah but i want all at the same time
[7:01] <ParkerR> Yeah :(
[7:02] <sheldor> i hate linux
[7:02] <ParkerR> I want it all
[7:02] <ParkerR> I WANT IT NOW
[7:02] <ParkerR> *riff plays*
[7:02] <ParkerR> sheldor, I hope this one thing does not make you hate linux :(
[7:03] <sheldor> ParkerR: the problem with linux is that it is a mess
[7:03] <sheldor> i have no problem with complexity as long as it is consistent and well structured
[7:03] <sheldor> linux on the other hand is a complete pile of shit
[7:03] <sheldor> sad
[7:03] <ParkerR> :(
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[7:04] <sheldor> ...
[7:04] <sheldor> :'(
[7:05] <sheldor> i cant even hate on linux here
[7:05] <ParkerR> sheldor, Well the topic
[7:05] <ParkerR> "...* No Foul Language *..."
[7:05] <sheldor> okay
[7:05] <ParkerR> I agree its too harsh bt meh
[7:05] <ParkerR> *but
[7:05] <sheldor> yeah it was probably a linux reaction
[7:05] <ShiftPlusOne> Would not have kicked if it were the first time
[7:05] <sheldor> anyway
[7:05] <sheldor> ShiftPlusOne: language you mean?
[7:06] <ShiftPlusOne> yup
[7:06] <sheldor> ShiftPlusOne: everybody talks like that around here occasionally
[7:06] <sheldor> ShiftPlusOne: and so do i, its not like i talk like that all the time
[7:06] <ShiftPlusOne> as for linux... I don't have much love for some aspect of it either. It certainly doesn't bother me if people point out its flaws
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[7:08] <sheldor> ShiftPlusOne: which aspects specifically?
[7:08] <ShiftPlusOne> *aspects
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[7:09] <ShiftPlusOne> Don't like the way sound works. Dual display is a bit of a pain as well. But I'd still take linux over windows. Though I am still stuck on windows most of the time because of some programs I need.
[7:09] <sheldor> ParkerR: the sad part is i remember it worked entirely fine once, on my pi, on retroarch
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[7:10] <sheldor> yeah ShiftPlusOne
[7:10] <sheldor> no idea what caused the sound changes
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[7:13] <sheldor> is arm_freq=900, core_freq=450 a certain pi killer?
[7:13] <sheldor> or would it possibly fix my sound
[7:14] <ShiftPlusOne> not a pi killer at all
[7:14] <sheldor> nice let me try that
[7:14] <ShiftPlusOne> but 'course every pi will overclock differently
[7:14] <ShiftPlusOne> here's a config that works for me http://pastebin.com/1aBsWs87
[7:15] <sheldor> thanks interesting
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[8:43] <gordonDrogon> What Ho!
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[8:45] <swk> gordonDrogon: small change to the defines for the 23008 btw, the registers are slightly different
[8:46] <swk> gordonDrogon: but other wise same code works fine on either
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[8:47] <gordonDrogon> swk, ok - I'll have a look after breakfast.
[8:48] <swk> gordonDrogon: heres the changes you'll want http://pastebin.com/eaG3qcEs
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[8:54] <gordonDrogon> swk, right - same registers just singlly.
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[8:56] <swk> yep, I just adjusted them for my purpose but theres probably cleaner ways for a real lib
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[9:00] <gordonDrogon> checking the new physical pin numbers in wiringPi first - now you an use the P1 connector numbers as well as the gpio or wiringPi pin numbers..
[9:00] <swk> cool
[9:01] <gordonDrogon> ah, and out milk has just been delievered - out of a car. I guess their truck is broken..
[9:01] <gordonDrogon> so it's time fro breakfast!
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[9:33] <Jck_true> Milk delivery? Are we back in the 1960's now?
[9:33] <des2> Make sure they didn't store it in the gas tank
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[9:35] <Viper-7> <@ShiftPlusOne> Would not have kicked if it were the first time
[9:36] <Viper-7> lol, ops here never heard of consistency? :P
[9:36] <swk> http://www.switchpi.org/wondering-if-a-raspberry-pi-fits-in-a-2500-set/ who says a PI and a WesternElectric 2500 wont work together
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[9:38] <ShiftPlusOne> Viper-7, is this about the guy who was banned for posting a link a while back?
[9:38] <Viper-7> the guy thats still banned for it, yep
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[9:39] <ShiftPlusOne> as far as I know he is yet to msg the op that banned him about it.
[9:40] <ShiftPlusOne> Seems like he complained to everyone but it_sean. O_o
[9:40] <Viper-7> i wouldnt either, i`d have disappeared in disgust too
[9:40] <Viper-7> he didnt complain to me
[9:40] <Viper-7> i was just stunned by the whole event
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[9:43] <Jck_true> Banned for posting a link? Guess I gotta watch my clipboard in the future.----
[9:43] <ShiftPlusOne> Can't speak for other mods.
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[9:47] <gordonDrogon> Jck_true, no - just living in ruralistan.
[9:47] <gordonDrogon> Jck_true, get it delivered in bottles usually too.
[9:48] <Jck_true> Nice one :)
[9:48] <gordonDrogon> Jck_true, http://unicorn.drogon.net/sourdough.jpg
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[9:52] <Jck_true> Wow - I want this board! "Input: 5V/800mA; Output: 5V/1A;"
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[9:54] <mjr> I want a million!
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[10:24] <gordonDrogon> Do you have a million x 800mA to start with though ...
[10:25] <ShiftPlusOne> feedback
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[10:26] <gordonDrogon> well - there is that ....
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[10:58] <mongrol> hi folks
[10:58] <mongrol> I've built a mamecabinet
[10:58] <mongrol> and it runs mame on startup (framebuffer)
[10:58] <mongrol> but I can't for the life of me remember how I did it
[10:58] <mongrol> any clues?
[10:58] <mongrol> I'm sure it's something to do with getty's :)
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[11:02] <ShiftPlusOne> I'd check /etc/inittab and your .bashrc files
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[11:02] <mongrol> hmm, just looked in inittab, don't see it
[11:03] <ShiftPlusOne> does it wait for you to log in or does it log in automatically?
[11:03] <mongrol> runs automatically
[11:03] <mongrol> no prompt
[11:03] <mongrol> so its spawning the game instead of a getty login
[11:03] <ShiftPlusOne> Pretty sure there's something in inittab then. Pastebin?
[11:04] <mongrol> I can see tty1 is set to login
[11:04] <mongrol> so must be something in the pi user profile
[11:05] <ShiftPlusOne> yeah, so autologin in inittab and then everything else in .bashrc then?
[11:06] <mongrol> hmm, its not in .bashrc :)
[11:06] <ShiftPlusOne> .bash* something else?
[11:06] <mongrol> no others
[11:06] <mongrol> might be in /etc/
[11:06] <ShiftPlusOne> rc.local?
[11:07] <mongrol> found it
[11:07] <mongrol> /etc/profile
[11:07] <mongrol> silly me
[11:07] <ShiftPlusOne> ah
[11:07] <ShiftPlusOne> many different ways to do it
[11:07] <mongrol> thats what happens when you blindly follow howtos
[11:07] <mongrol> I'll move it to the user
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[11:08] <mongrol> thanks for the help
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[11:13] <mongrol> awesome, that new mame4all port is seriously kick ass
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[12:03] <f8l> Hello. Is an alarmpi related question appropriate here?
[12:05] <teff> f8l, i would just ask the question, people will help if thye can im sure ;)
[12:05] <f8l> teff: Thanks.
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[12:06] <ShiftPlusOne> f8l, yes, this is the right place, but there's also #archlinux-arm if you need the actual arch arm devs.
[12:07] <f8l> I'm trying to repair a ~2TB XFS on the Pi, but xfs_repair gets killed after eating around 270MB of memory. It's a 512MB model, to I'm surprised. May it be a question of some limits?
[12:08] <f8l> ShiftPlusOne: Thank you. I'll go there if I don't get my answer here.
[12:08] <teff> f8l, did you tail syslog to see if there were any messages?
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[12:09] <f8l> teff: Yes. It says ???Out of memory: Kill process 2420 (xfs_repair) score 403 or sacrifice child???
[12:09] <ShiftPlusOne> quite a dramatic error message
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[12:10] <f8l> ShiftPlusOne: Agreed. ;-)
[12:11] <teff> did sacrificing a child help?
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[12:11] <john_f> can you fsck on a larger mem machine?
[12:11] <f8l> At the same time, free reported more than 200M free RAM.
[12:11] <f8l> john_f: I'll try when I get back home. ;-)
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[12:11] <ShiftPlusOne> heh
[12:11] <f8l> teff: Fortunately I have no children handy. ;-)
[12:13] <teff> ouch. it looks like xfs_repair requires a whole boat load of memory available to run
[12:13] <teff> http://oss.sgi.com/archives/xfs/2006-05/msg00225.html
[12:13] <teff> apparently you can work round it with swap though http://mybookworld.wikidot.com/forum/t-37543/worrisome-error-messages-about-the-hard-drive-badcrc#post-99690
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[12:16] <f8l> teff: I wasn't aware of that. I hope my laptop has enough memory. Thank you for help. :-)
[12:17] <f8l> Still I'm surprised why it was killed before reaching 60% of memory.
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[12:20] <teff> f8l, no problem, looking at the manpage for xfs_repair it says it will scale up to 75% of system memory, hwo much memory is assigned to the gpu?
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[12:20] <f8l> teff: I don't know. How to tell?
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[12:21] <ShiftPlusOne> How much total memory does the pi report it has?
[12:21] <f8l> teff: Or even better, how to change that. I don't need GPU here.
[12:21] <ShiftPlusOne> config.txt
[12:21] <ShiftPlusOne> http://elinux.org/RPiconfig
[12:21] <f8l> ShiftPlusOne: free says it has 462MB Total.
[12:22] <f8l> ShiftPlusOne: Thank you. I'll fiddle with config then.
[12:22] <ShiftPlusOne> not much fiddling, just make sure you have gpu_mem=16 in there
[12:25] <f8l> ShiftPlusOne: Hmm. I have ???gpu_mem_512=316???. Maybe this is the problem?
[12:26] <ShiftPlusOne> well, it's a problem.... not sure why your pi was seeing 462 then
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[12:26] <f8l> ShiftPlusOne: Maybe it can't tell it's shared???
[12:27] <ShiftPlusOne> That would be news to me.
[12:27] <f8l> Anyway, I'll need to reboot, so I'll do so when I get back home to check the XFS.
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[12:30] <f8l> ShiftPlusOne, teff: Thanks again. :-) I'm going back to work.
[12:30] <ShiftPlusOne> have fun
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[12:32] <teff> suppose i should do some work
[12:33] * ShiftPlusOne feels guilty
[12:33] * ShiftPlusOne closes youtube and gets back to work as well
[12:34] <teff> sme support for mostly windows is boring though
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[12:41] <gordonDrogon> right. baked some aster biscuits for tonights LUG meet in Exeter.
[12:41] <gordonDrogon> *easter ..
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[12:49] <DeliriumTremens> i was about to google "aster biscuits"
[12:57] <gordonDrogon> just a wee typo.
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[13:03] <VetteWork> figures.. order 8 packs of tape for labeler... 3rd label in and labeler turns off and wont respond..
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[13:11] <nid0> sugru is great \o/
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[13:18] <gordonDrogon> battery...
[13:18] <gordonDrogon> have to say my cheap & cheerfull labeller is still on it's original set of batteries - 4 years on .. but I don't use it that much.
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[13:44] <VetteWork> gordonDrogon, put batteries in on Monday, changed out again just incase... nothin. quit mid print and wont turn on now.. luckily we have another one like it in a different department.. so not complete waste... ia lso have a nice rhino labeler on order :P
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[13:57] <gordonDrogon> VetteWork, Most odd! Give it the drop-test :) Mine is an older Brother unit. (PT-65) seems to do the job!
[13:57] <VetteWork> i did :(
[13:57] <VetteWork> its an old casio unit
[13:58] <VetteWork> http://tinyurl.com/c88bhrk I have that on its way :D
[14:01] <gordonDrogon> posh! expen$ive too!
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[14:02] <gordonDrogon> but if you have 100's of labels to make & print from PC it's probably worth it.
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[14:03] <steve_rox> got fun?
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[14:04] <VetteWork> gordon, its a work item... makes doing single/small batch of cable labeling easy
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[14:17] <alex88> hi guys, someone tried radvd for giving ipv6 addresses to the network and catch it with a mac?
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[14:22] <gordonDrogon> this is #raspberrypi, not #mac ...
[14:23] <steve_rox> :-P
[14:23] <ShiftPlusOne> Not that asking mac questions is a problem here... it's just that you're unlikely to get a helpful response.
[14:24] * gordonDrogon wonders is alex88 means MAC rather than a mac ...
[14:24] <alex88> gordonDrogon: nope I mean OSX
[14:25] <alex88> well, radvd is on rpi :P
[14:25] <alex88> btw, figured it out
[14:25] <alex88> Coffe: got it!
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[14:25] <Coffe> alex88: i dont use radvd.. or do it to tell it to use dhcp
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[14:26] <alex88> Coffe: yeah I know, just I've seen that on sixxs they say to use that so I've followed that
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[14:27] <gordonDrogon> I had this duscussions here a while back - radvd vs. dhcp ...
[14:27] <hyppias> installing iptables on wheezy does not generate a script in /etc/inet.d. Is that normal?
[14:27] <gordonDrogon> hyppias, yes.
[14:27] <Coffe> i use dhcpd as i like to have my hosts registred into dns..
[14:27] <Coffe> ipv6 addresses is even harder to remeber then ipv4.
[14:27] <hyppias> should there not be a skeleton-like script?
[14:27] <gordonDrogon> Coffe, isn't the issue that dhcpd can't output route information for ipv6 though?
[14:28] <gordonDrogon> hyppias, not one I've seen..
[14:28] <Coffe> gordonDrogon: yes it can .. i think that hos i solved it .. can look during the weekend.
[14:28] <gordonDrogon> hyppias, typically use /etc/network/interfaces and use the 'pre-up' clause in an interface to fire off the firewaling script...
[14:28] <hyppias> then where are the default rules?
[14:28] <gordonDrogon> Coffe, might be worthwhile looking again.
[14:28] <gordonDrogon> hyppias, there aren't any.
[14:28] <gordonDrogon> hyppias, really - make it up as you go along here.
[14:29] <Cy-Gor> http://gizmodo.com/5990700/debunking-50-common-misconceptions
[14:29] <hyppias> ok
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[14:30] <alex88> ipv6 is much harder to remember, all those semicolons :D
[14:30] <Cy-Gor> oops didnt mean to paste that here
[14:30] <Cy-Gor> but enjoy it none the less
[14:30] <weltall> agreed!
[14:31] <Coffe> gordonDrogon: i have a working solution thats been running for more then 6months now
[14:31] <hyppias> does wheezy use iproute2 instead of iptables?
[14:31] <gordonDrogon> iproute2 and iptables are different things.
[14:32] <gordonDrogon> Coffe, I wanted a simple solution to giving my PCs a statically allocated IPv6 address via <something> preferably dhcp, but I ended up doing it by hand for now.
[14:34] <Coffe> gordonDrogon: i will get back with how i did it .. i did not like static ip.. just everything working with names..
[14:35] <gordonDrogon> Coffe, no rush. I'm ok for now.
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[14:35] <gordonDrogon> Coffe, also happy to use a devices MAC addres - as I have that already in my dhcp server...
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[14:37] <Coffe> gordonDrogon: that will work yes.. having AW after work today .. so tomorrow .. when i feel alive again
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[14:50] <Coffe> Note to self Show gordonDrogon dhcpd for ipv6 .
[14:51] <Blueness|> can you show me too?
[14:52] <three14> Coffe, guess you'd better show everyone. it's 10am here. Perfect time for a clinic.
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[14:53] <Coffe> sure .. now i can search history to remeber what i need to do =)
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[15:03] <teff> whats wrong with using radvd?
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[15:09] <gordonDrogon> teff, nothing - but it will allocate a 'random' IPv6 address to each client PC. This is fine for most LANs, but sometimes you want a PC with a fixed IP address - e.g. my workstation.
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[15:10] <gordonDrogon> although it's not random, but hey ho.
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[15:11] <IT_Sean> Why are any of you using IPv6 on your internal networks?
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[15:12] <gordonDrogon> because its there.
[15:12] <gordonDrogon> I get native IPv6 from my ISP.
[15:12] <gordonDrogon> and my servers in the data centre also have native IPv6.
[15:12] <IT_Sean> but, the addresses are harder to remember! :p
[15:13] <IT_Sean> I know my xbmc box is at 192.168.0.4 on my internal lan, and by golly, that's the way i like it! :p
[15:13] <gordonDrogon> my workstation is 2001:4d48:ad51:8901::2/64
[15:14] <gordonDrogon> trouble is; stupid autoconf also gave it: 2001:4d48:ad51:8901:5604:a6ff:fea3:9861/64
[15:14] <IT_Sean> you had to look that up, didn't you? :p
[15:14] <gordonDrogon> Yes.
[15:14] <mengine> weird things gordonDrogon, weird things... i odnt even know my mobile number :o
[15:14] <three14> IT_Sean, ugh man, that's a lot to type -- 192.168? What are you a typist?! 10.0.0.15 here.
[15:14] <VetteWork> anyone here do the hiring for their company?
[15:15] <kkit> i just set up a bunch of hostnames and use those...
[15:15] <mengine> VetteWork, yes.
[15:15] <VetteWork> mengine, can I PM you?
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[15:15] <gordonDrogon> however, host yakko.drogon.net ...
[15:15] <mengine> VetteWork, sure.
[15:15] <richardjj> Hi
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[15:15] <gordonDrogon> gordon @ yakko: host yakko
[15:15] <gordonDrogon> yakko.drogon.net has address 192.168.254.2
[15:15] <gordonDrogon> yakko.drogon.net has IPv6 address 2001:4d48:ad51:8901::2
[15:16] <gordonDrogon> unicorn.drogon.net has IPv6 address 2a00:ce0:2:feed:beef:cafe:d00d:5
[15:16] <gordonDrogon> although I think that's too long ...
[15:16] <IT_Sean> :beef: .. it's whats fer dinner.
[15:16] <gordonDrogon> indeed.
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[15:18] <richardjj> I've set up my rPI as a router using the raspbian dist. I've stripped away most of the graphical utilities and added some other packages. The raspberry pi is connected to the internet with a Huawei 3G modem. My problem is that as soon as I start up qBittorrent with to unlimited traffic limits. The eth1 (3g) interface disappears. Anybody have an idea of what I can do?
[15:18] <three14> just gotta have :cafe: in there, don't you gordonDrogon? off to make coffee.
[15:19] * Zhao|phone is now known as Zhaofeng_Li
[15:19] <gordonDrogon> three14, anything - pick lots of hex words - bafe, babe, defaced, cafe, dead, d00d, etc.
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[15:21] <Posterdati> hi
[15:21] <richardjj> Posterdati: hi
[15:21] <Posterdati> please I've got a strange issue with my pi model b, ethernet stopped work
[15:22] <richardjj> Posterdati: how did you notice that ethernet stopped working?
[15:22] <Posterdati> :(
[15:22] <Posterdati> could not login from ssh, dhcp server sets ip for the board, but eth0 is unconfigured
[15:22] <suge> Can anyone recommend a good RTC from a US vendor?
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[15:23] <richardjj> Posterdati: is it connected to a screen and keyboard?
[15:23] <Posterdati> richardjj: yes
[15:23] <richardjj> Posterdati: have you tried dhclient eth0
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[15:24] <Posterdati> richardjj: ping showed a lot of packet loss and time > 0.6 ms
[15:24] <Posterdati> richardjj: yes, dhcp offers is ok, but eth0 is always unconfigured
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[15:24] <richardjj> Posterdati: what do you mean unconfigured? If you are able to ping it sometimes?
[15:25] <Posterdati> yes
[15:25] <Posterdati> I have to configure it by hand
[15:25] <Posterdati> ifconfig eth0 192.x.y.z
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[15:26] <Posterdati> then ping works, but showing > 60% packet loss and time > 0.6 ms
[15:26] <richardjj> Posterdati: what are you pinging?
[15:26] <Posterdati> ?
[15:26] <Posterdati> the board
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[15:26] <Posterdati> I gave it a fixed ip
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[15:27] <richardjj> Posterdati: from your own computer I suppose. Is there a router between?
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[15:27] <Posterdati> yes, but it worked before last kernel update
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[15:28] <Posterdati> now I erased the SD and installed 2013-02-09-wheezy-raspian.img
[15:28] <Posterdati> but problem is still there
[15:29] <pksato> Posterdati: checked cable? switch?
[15:29] <Posterdati> yes
[15:29] <IT_Sean> If you rolled back the update and the problem is still there, the problem is not the update.
[15:29] <Posterdati> sure
[15:29] <Posterdati> now I changed the usb cable I used to power the board and seems to go for now!!!
[15:30] <Posterdati> very strange
[15:30] <Posterdati> a defective cable?
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[15:31] <richardjj> Posterdati: strange but it might be possible I guess.
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[15:31] <Posterdati> because I have to power the board from a pc USB
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[15:31] <Posterdati> and used a USB nokia cable
[15:32] <richardjj> Posterdati: you wouldn't be able to help me with a bittorrent problem. Everytime I start qbittorrent the eth1 interface (cheap 3g modem) disappears
[15:32] <IT_Sean> did you change just the USB cable, or the USB charger too?
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[15:32] <Posterdati> I changed the cable
[15:32] <IT_Sean> could have been a bad cable
[15:33] <Posterdati> PC <-- usb micro USB cable --> raspberrypi
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[15:33] <mjr> richardjj, have you tried to generate a lot of traffic over the 3g in some other way and see how it goes? maybe it runs out of power with a lot of traffic?
[15:33] <richardjj> mjr it sounds reasonable but I've never gotten around to buy a powered usb hub
[15:34] <IT_Sean> I'd agree this is sounding like a power issue.
[15:34] <richardjj> mjr: I guess i could try it with my computer but that wouldn't prove anything since the computer would be able to supply more power
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[15:35] <richardjj> but still wouldn't there be some setting that I could change. Doesn't the kernel buffer packages before they enter the interface. What if I could make them drop before reaching the usb-modem.
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[16:02] <Hodapp> dang, I am so often lacking a monitor to hook up to my Pi that I may as well just buy a LapDock
[16:02] <Hodapp> ...monitor, and keyboard, and mouse
[16:03] <richardjj> Hodapp: have you your eyes set on any specific model?
[16:04] <Hodapp> whatever the cheap one is that works with a Pi
[16:04] <richardjj> Hodapp: what are you using your pi for?
[16:04] <Hodapp> easiest answer is "miscellaneous whatever"
[16:05] <VetteWork> could a pi push 2560x1440 monitor?
[16:06] <mjr> no
[16:06] <Hodapp> VetteWork: give http://www.elinux.org/RPiconfig a look and see.
[16:06] <mjr> as I understand it
[16:06] <Hodapp> I see 2560x1600, but no 2560x1440
[16:07] <mjr> that's a list of hdmi modes, I am of the understanding that it's not guaranteed the pi supports them all (somebody should really prune the list if that's correct)
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[16:08] <mjr> "No. That is the list of all the standard CEA/DMT modes. Additionally there is a pixel clock limit which means modes bigger than 1920x1200@60 are not supported.
[16:08] <VetteWork> but you can set a fixed resolution as well correct?
[16:08] <VetteWork> aw ok
[16:08] <mjr> I've run that resolution myself, but apparently (and unsurprisingly) that's the limit
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[16:09] <VetteWork> mines at 1920x1080 right now, but looking at trying out one of the monoprice 27" monitors
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[16:09] <Hodapp> mjr: interesting, did not know
[16:10] <mjr> it's a really misleading page
[16:11] <suge> those monoprice monitors need a nice graphics card afaik
[16:12] <Hodapp> suge: what monitors?
[16:12] <suge> monoprice 27".. or any of those korean 27"
[16:13] <suge> they don't have the onboard logic boards
[16:13] <suge> or whatever
[16:13] <suge> and require direct video card output to control the resolution and sync
[16:13] <VetteWork> suge, Ihavent looked into them too much.. worse case it goes on our mac pro, I am sure that can push it :P
[16:13] <suge> Im not an expert, so I probably didn't describe it well, but last time I was researching that was the case
[16:13] <Hodapp> suge: so they will not - for instance - interpolate any lower modes?
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[16:48] <Posterdati> damn it's down again!
[16:49] <Posterdati> what a piece of crap
[16:49] <Posterdati> six months to have it and found that it won't work!
[16:50] <ShiftPlusOne> Have you checked the actual votage yet?
[16:50] <Posterdati> no
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[16:50] <ShiftPlusOne> Got a multimeter handy?
[16:51] <Posterdati> not now
[16:51] <Posterdati> but the strange thing is that it worked in the same config for 2 months
[16:52] <ShiftPlusOne> Were you always using the your pc's usb port with the same number of other usb devices plugged in as well?
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[16:53] <Posterdati> yes
[16:53] <Posterdati> but now I'm using a different pc
[16:53] <bnason> The Pi should be powerful enough to process just DTS audio (no video) right?
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[16:54] <ShiftPlusOne> Posterdati, well there you go. Sounds like it's a power issue. Check with a multimeter when you get the chance and then get a proper seperate supply for the pi.
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[16:54] <richardjj> bnason: probably I'm not sure what you mean by DTS audio though
[16:55] <bnason> hrm did i get the acronym wrong? lol, there is AC3 and DTS right?
[16:56] <swk> anyone know of a 2.3af PoE hack for the Pi?
[16:56] <Posterdati> mmmh 4.72 V
[16:56] <richardjj> bnason: I'm not so good at audio-stuff
[16:56] <IT_Sean> Posterdati: that's too low
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[16:56] <IT_Sean> Go get a proper supply.
[16:57] <bnason> richardjj, ah yea, its just an audio codec used in a lot of movies etc
[16:57] <bnason> I have a power server that hosts all my music and 8 speaker pairs I want to hook up too. Though I dont want to buy a $500 network enabled amplifier (if that would even do what I want)
[16:58] <bnason> s/power/powerful/
[16:58] <bnason> and I can built the amplifier portion myself, just need a way to get the audio to the spakers from the server (no audio outs), so was going to use the network
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[16:59] <richardjj> bnason: I've heard that some people think that the Pi's audio card is bad
[17:00] <richardjj> bnason: and to have 8 channel sound you'd need a external usb soundcard anyway. So why not buy a usb sound card to use with the server?
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[17:01] <Twist-> iirc the Pi will do 5:1 over HDMI
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[17:02] <Posterdati> I'm using a self powered USB hub now and it seems to works, Voltage is about 4.8V
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[17:04] <steve_rox> shouldet it be at least 5
[17:04] <Posterdati> yes but I haven't got a USB PSU
[17:05] <steve_rox> oh
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[17:10] <steve_rox> trying to see if i can find a linux cmd that kills a process by name rather than pid
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[17:11] <richardjj> steve_rox: killall
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[17:12] <steve_rox> i was not sure what that cmd killed
[17:12] <bin_bash> steve_rox, have you tried killall
[17:12] <bin_bash> oh i just saw richardjj's response lol
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[17:13] <steve_rox> yeah probly shouldent ofused that
[17:13] <steve_rox> tv service appears offline now
[17:13] <bin_bash> steve_rox, killall is the command used to kill a process by name
[17:13] <RaTTuS|BIG> if your going to use the RPi as an audio aource then I would stronly urg you to use the HDMI part
[17:13] <bin_bash> whereas kill kills the process by pid
[17:14] <steve_rox> i told it to kill omxplayer but it seems to have taken tv service with it
[17:14] <richardjj> btw anyone had any success streaming music to an RPi with the help of pulseaudio?
[17:15] <richardjj> steve_rox I usally do a ps ax | grep whatever to avoid such mishaps
[17:15] <bin_bash> richardjj, why use pulseaudio? you don't need it.
[17:15] <steve_rox> tvservice-client: Failed to connect to TV service: -1
[17:15] <bin_bash> steve_rox, reboot?
[17:15] <steve_rox> thats what im thinking
[17:16] <bnason> hrm guess i could get something like this, http://www.amazon.com/Etekcity-Composite-Video-Audio-Converter/dp/B008FO7PQA/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1363364114&sr=8-1&keywords=hdmi+to+av
[17:16] <richardjj> bin_bash if I want to have the sound from banshee to appear at the audio output of the rPi I believe I do
[17:16] <bin_bash> why use banshee?
[17:16] <steve_rox> unless i find a way to manually reload service
[17:17] <richardjj> bin_bash: yeah sure I can use mpd, but what if I want sounds from youtube to appear at the raspberryPi's speakers
[17:17] <bin_bash> richardjj, what about mocp
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[17:18] <richardjj> bin_bash: can I use mocp to make firefox play the audio from for example an youtube video on a remote computer?
[17:18] <steve_rox> wouldent be a issue if omxplayer dident lockup on certain stream urls
[17:19] <bin_bash> richardjj, no offense, but why would you want to do that
[17:20] <bin_bash> I know, from experience, that you can play .pls files in mocp
[17:20] <RaTTuS|BIG> post a link on teh forums to a dodgy url so dom can check them
[17:20] <bin_bash> but richardjj you could use minitube (if it exists for ARM)
[17:20] <bin_bash> yep, it exists for archlinux-arm
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[17:27] <richardjj> bin_bash: what I want do do is to be able to move my laptop which uses a fairly conventional linux mint set up away from my speakers <b>seamlessly</b>
[17:27] <bin_bash> okay, what you can do is setup xforwarding or xeyes on your raspberry pi
[17:28] <bin_bash> then you can remote in and do whatever you want
[17:28] <richardjj> bin_bash: but then I would lose a fair amount of performance
[17:29] <richardjj> bin_bash: and flash wouldn't work
[17:29] <richardjj> bin_bash: I suppose you're not the kind who can help me with a pulseaudio setup :D
[17:30] <richardjj> bin_bash: how many frontends are there for mocp compared to mpd
[17:30] <richardjj> bin_bash: it is a client / server model right?
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[17:34] <bin_bash> richardjj, mocp is a player, not a daemon. there's one front end.
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[17:36] <richardjj> bin_bash: according to https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Moc however there only seems to be 2 frontends
[17:36] <bin_bash> I didn't even know there was a second
[17:37] <bin_bash> I just use mocp
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[17:37] <bin_bash> and i use it for everything audio.
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[17:40] <richardjj> bin_bash: you should check out http://musicpd.org/ (MPD)
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[17:45] <bin_bash> richardjj, yeah i have mpd installed. I use it for streaming, but not listening
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[17:45] <bin_bash> i havent fully setup my rasppi yet because i have to get my wifi adapter in the mail
[17:45] <bin_bash> i left my main one back at my old place
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[18:15] <wroberts1> how to change keyboard layout to US? the @ key gives "
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[18:22] <hellsing> wroberts1, sudo raspi-config in a terminal
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[18:24] <steve_rox> heh i hated that in my early windows days
[18:24] <wroberts1> yea thanks found it
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[18:28] <wroberts1> apt-get install vim...
[18:28] <wroberts1> Err http://mirrordirector.raspbian.org/raspbian/ wheezy/main vim-runtime all 2:7.3.547-6
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[18:46] <plugwash> wroberts1, run apt-get update
[18:47] <wroberts1> yea just found that :)
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[18:52] <Kane> hey o/
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[18:54] <plugwash> hi
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[18:55] <neocharles> I have a hopefully pretty easy one for you ... I am working on using my Raspberry Pi with ham radio; and I know it needs a few different modules (ax.25, 6pack, netrom, rose, mkiss). How can I tell if that was included in wheezy or whatever... is there a command to tell?
[18:56] <mjr> find /lib/modules -name "*ax25*" etc
[18:58] <neocharles> oh nice. I'll give that a shit. ty. I was trying all kinds of things with dpkg and stuff.
[18:58] <mjr> fyi: if an op catches you and is in a suitable mood, you may get kicked for saying that
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[18:59] <neocharles> me?
[19:00] <neocharles> shot ***
[19:00] <neocharles> i assume you meant that. lol
[19:00] <mjr> yeah
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[19:00] <neocharles> my bad. it's been too much typing today so far
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[19:01] * mjr has considered running a script word replacing some things on this channel
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[19:02] <hellsing> lol
[19:03] <neocharles> mjr: client side or server side? and yes IT_Sean, I got it :-p
[19:03] <neocharles> bc on your own machine that'd work great... but it won't affect anyone else's text since it's already sent.
[19:03] <mjr> IT_Sean, oh come on. It was a typo, and the point was already made.
[19:03] <hellsing> neocharles, on client side
[19:03] <hellsing> it's quite easy to do with xchat
[19:05] <neocharles> yeah. My main pc it isn't as bad. I have windows on the left that are "appropriate language" and ones on the right that arent :) solves that. I did similar things with a "help" script so I could type a keyword and it'd send the entire story over sorta thing.
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[19:05] <hellsing> xchat-> settings-> auto remplace
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[19:05] <neocharles> hmmm, i'm on limechat now. Seems to be more and more reasons to use xchat.
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[19:09] <netw1z> anyone know where i can get a 5V 3a power supply
[19:09] <netw1z> off the street rather than mailorder
[19:09] <neocharles> 3a sounds .... huge
[19:10] <netw1z> trying to power some lights
[19:10] <neocharles> on 5v?
[19:11] <netw1z> yes
[19:11] <netw1z> led;s
[19:11] <hellsing> netw1z, try to find a power suply for hard drive
[19:11] <mgottschlag> I have a cheap 14-port usb hub which came with such a power supply
[19:11] <netw1z> thanks hellsing
[19:11] <mgottschlag> or have a look at your local electronics shop
[19:11] <netw1z> google is showing that routers sometimes have those too.
[19:11] <netw1z> only thing near me is radio shack
[19:12] <hellsing> yes, router, usb, switch, all the 5v powered stuff
[19:12] <hellsing> or you can use a computer power supply
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[19:16] <netw1z> thanks guys, tearing thru the lab looking for something now
[19:17] <hellsing> use a lab power supply!
[19:17] <hellsing> mine can deliver up to 7A
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[19:22] * plugwash once bought a PSU that can deliver 5V 40A
[19:23] <plugwash> though unless you live in leeds you'd probablly struggle to buy it over the counter
[19:23] <neocharles> in /boot/cmdline.txt there's just a long line of several things. Can I put each one on a seperate line and it still function properly? There's a few lines I need to take out and I'd rather just comment them out vs. delete them if possible.
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[19:24] <plugwash> PC PSUs can usually deliver a reasonable current on the 5V line if you need something urgently
[19:24] <hellsing> plugwash, for which use :o ?
[19:25] <plugwash> battery charging in bulk (though in the end we never ended up with the number of nodes we were anticipating so it never got fully utilised)
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[19:26] <plugwash> probablly the most we ever actually drew from that PSU is about 10A or so
[19:27] <hellsing> ok, i was thinking it was for battery, or motor
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[19:38] <wroberts1> does this disable X screen blanking?
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[19:38] <wroberts1> /etc/lightdm/lightdm.conf: xserver-command=X -s 0 dpms
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[20:14] <steve_rox> :-P
[20:14] <steve_rox> too quiet in here
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[20:23] <Klapo> hmm, is this possible to connect touchpad from laptop to rpi?
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[20:32] <dexta> evening
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[20:38] <scummos> Klapo: how do you imagine that to work
[20:39] <scummos> I mean, non-technically, what would you expect it to do?
[20:39] <neocharles> why in the world can i not get this to not stop blanking the screen. grr
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[20:59] <DoWhileGeek> does anyone here use webiopi?
[21:00] <steve_rox> whats a one of them?
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[21:04] <larsks> DoWhileGeek: Nope, but thanks for mentioning it. Looks interesting.
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[21:04] <DoWhileGeek> larsks: (y)
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[21:09] <Klapo> scummos: work I think?
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[21:09] <scummos> Klapo: for moving the mouse on the pi?
[21:09] <Klapo> yes
[21:10] <Klapo> don't know what interface touchpad is using
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[21:10] <scummos> I don't think there's a totally abstract, elegant way
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[21:10] <scummos> but you could capture the events and send them over the network
[21:10] <Klapo> know that way
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[21:10] <Klapo> just got some parts from laptop, and don't know what do with them ; p
[21:11] <scummos> ah the touchpad is not attached to a laptop xD
[21:11] <scummos> well then
[21:11] <scummos> I don't know
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[21:11] <Klapo> :D
[21:11] <nickgaw> Hi, Is turning on or off the safety features of my raspberrypi an ok thing to do for better over clocking and what is the maximum voltage I can get out of it?
[21:11] <Klapo> you can't change voltages
[21:12] <Klapo> if I remeber correctly
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[21:12] <Klapo> rtfm
[21:12] <Klapo> : )
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[21:12] <nickgaw> no the over volting config.txt option what is the highest it will go to?
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[21:12] <Klapo> didn't checked it yet
[21:13] <nickgaw> is there an entry in any filesystem that says how over voltaded it is currently?
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[21:33] <Twist-> Klapo: that's going to be a bit of trouble.. you'd need to write a mouse driver for the trackpad using the gpio pins
[21:33] <Klapo> Twist-: hmm, but it's possible?
[21:34] <Twist-> sure.
[21:34] <Twist-> another fun one recently getting some attention is using nintendo DS touchscreen overlays
[21:34] <Klapo> hmm, any clues how can I connect it?; p
[21:35] <Klapo> and test hardware
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[21:36] <Twist-> Which 'it' are we talking about?
[21:37] <Twist-> http://learn.adafruit.com/reading-a-analog-in-and-controlling-audio-volume-with-the-raspberry-pi/overview
[21:37] <Twist-> http://learn.adafruit.com/category/raspberry-pi
[21:38] <Twist-> https://www.google.com/search?q=raspberry+pi+gpio+mouse has some promising results
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[21:39] <Klapo> Twist-: tm61pdk9g500 this one
[21:40] <Klapo> also got wifi module intel wifi link 4965AGN
[21:43] <nickgaw> is the model a board released yet?
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[21:45] <Twist-> Klapo: this looks like decent reading, assuming that's a resistive touchpad. http://www.adafruit.com/datasheets/AVR341.pdf
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[21:48] <Twist-> come to think of it
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[21:48] <Twist-> I wonder if laptop trackpads have a usb controller built in
[21:48] <Twist-> hah
[21:48] <Twist-> yep
[21:50] <three14> there's a good bit of info using trackpads with the arduino. might be a good place to start.
[21:51] <Twist-> http://sparktronics.blogspot.com/2008/05/synaptics-t1004-based-touchpad-to-ps2.html
[21:51] <Twist-> yeah, I made a bad assumption that if he wanted to use the trackpad part, he'd need to interface via gpio
[21:51] <Twist-> but it looks like they do ps/2, usb, and serial onboard
[21:51] <Twist-> and it's a matter of just wiring up the appropriate connecotr
[21:51] <Twist-> er
[21:51] <Twist-> connector
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[21:55] <Klapo> Hmm
[21:56] <Klapo> thanks for link
[21:56] <Klapo> http://sparktronics.blogspot.com/2008/05/synaptics-t1004-based-touchpad-to-ps2.html?showComment=1317637624596#c6817406541916847565
[21:56] <Klapo> got some info here
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[22:11] <SteveThing> hi all, just curious if someone could help me get a gamepad working with RPi
[22:12] <mjr> that page has some borderline language, I wouldn't dare link it here but ymmv
[22:12] <SteveThing> i see the device is detected in dmesg, but I don't know how to get it to work as a mouse
[22:12] <SteveThing> or any of the buttons
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[22:30] <tycen> any ideas for doing pwm on an LED using bash and a non-pwm gpio pin? I know, probably more complicated than it needs to be but it seems doable.
[22:31] <ryanteck> Think its near impossible to do it on a non pwm pin
[22:32] <ryanteck> even the PWM pins have been adviced against doing it I think
[22:32] <tycen> using a for loop with some short sleeps I was able to change brightness, but not a nice smooth glowing/fading
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[22:41] <chod> DoWhileGeek: u there
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[22:49] <DoWhileGeek> chod: howdy
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[22:50] <chod> DoWhileGeek: webiopi
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[23:00] <tycen> to answer my own question - I found this and it works with only modifying the pin number: http://blog.bloemsaat.com/2013/01/27/glowing-leds-on-the-raspberry-pi-gpio-pins/
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[23:09] <nickgaw> does the battery on the gert board always drain even when the motor is not being used?
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[23:12] <A124> nickgaw: There is a batery?
[23:13] <nickgaw> reading on line it looks like a battery is required to power the motor on the gert board.
[23:14] <nickgaw> I am trying to find a gert board that is premade are those around as I am totally blind and am not sure how to properly solder the board as the pdf manual is very picture written?
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[23:16] <Pumtrix> Hi! I'm looking for a 4" screen solution for my raspberrypi. I've looked online but I keep seeing bigger screens. Has anyone else had any luck?
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[23:22] <Firehopper> sparkfun has a 4 inch lcd but it requires special drivers..
[23:22] <SteveThing> If you install Quake3 from the apt repository, how/where do I put the demo pak files?
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[23:32] <DoWhileGeek> chod: what of is
[23:32] <DoWhileGeek> it*
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[23:41] <SirStan> Firehopper: dont all lcd's need 'special' drivers?
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[23:43] <Firehopper> eh.. depends :)
[23:44] <Firehopper> I'm gonna re use a laptop lcd, I bought a hdmi driver board :)
[23:44] <Firehopper> but the lcd from sparkfun plugs into the gpio port
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[23:55] <Flexnard> ls
[23:56] <SirStan> this is not the putty window you are looking for.
[23:56] <Flexnard> lol
[23:57] <SirStan> su bash
[23:57] <SirStan> mypasswordisgreen
[23:57] <SirStan> oops!
[23:57] <Flexnard> its not a putty window but close enough :P
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