#raspberrypi IRC Log


IRC Log for 2013-04-08

Timestamps are in GMT/BST.

[0:04] * _Trullo (~guff33@90-231-190-172-no124.tbcn.telia.com) Quit (Read error: Connection reset by peer)
[0:06] * imark (~mark@client-80-0-209-10.bkl-bng-011.adsl.virginmedia.net) Quit (Remote host closed the connection)
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[0:23] <cdsteer> Hello :)
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[1:24] * mattwj2002 throws a pie at RaspberryPiBot
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[1:33] * GentilePotato is now known as SleepingPotato
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[1:39] <borderer> Hi, anyone in there?
[1:40] * MichaelC (~unknownbl@phpbb/website/Unknown-Bliss) Quit (Ping timeout: 276 seconds)
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[1:40] <ltcoin> no
[1:40] <ltcoin> no one is in here
[1:41] <excalibas> not me
[1:41] <borderer> right, i'll go
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[1:43] <excalibas> ups :\
[1:44] * Mr_P (~gerhard@chello080108255018.3.14.vie.surfer.at) Quit (Ping timeout: 276 seconds)
[1:44] <[Saint]> ...can't have been too important then, I guess.
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[1:57] * ltcoin is now known as Coinminer
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[1:59] * Litecoin is now known as Kitecoin
[2:00] * Kitecoin is now known as Litecoin
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[2:16] * ParkerR is now known as mylife
[2:21] * PKodon (kvirc@unaffiliated/pkodon) Quit (Quit: Oooh, pretty, what happens when I ....?)
[2:39] * Nemo7 (~nemo@unaffiliated/nemo7) Quit (Quit: it really tied the room together)
[2:41] <SpeedEvil> sigh
[2:41] <SpeedEvil> before spending ages debugging.
[2:42] <SpeedEvil> check you plugged in the HDMI cable
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[2:45] * AeroNotix (~xeno@aboq38.neoplus.adsl.tpnet.pl) Quit (Quit: Uploading hax.....)
[2:45] <Henesy> ouch
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[2:48] <CEnnis91> anyone experiment with streaming media to other devices with the p
[2:48] <CEnnis91> pi*
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[2:49] <CEnnis91> tried subsonic and ampache, both less than desirable
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[3:01] * mylife is now known as ParkerR
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[3:09] * [Saint] cannot believe how greatly inaccurate the plans for the "punnet" case are.
[3:10] <[Saint]> .I had to *greatly* modify the original plans to actually fit.
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[3:10] <[Saint]> On the plus side, I made 4 cases for ~$5.00
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[5:01] <fr0g911> [Saint] how do the cases look
[5:02] <fr0g911> never mind looks ok lol
[5:03] <fr0g911> i made one out of a iphone box
[5:03] * [7] (~quassel@rockbox/developer/TheSeven) Quit (Disconnected by services)
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[5:07] <lkthomas> hey guys
[5:08] <ParkerR> Hey
[5:09] <[Saint]> fr0g911: uploading now - one sec.
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[5:09] <lkthomas> does SPI LCD screen is better or I2C ?
[5:09] <[Saint]> Please forgive the shoddy camera quality - I used what I had at hand, my phone battery died so using old backup phone.
[5:10] <[Saint]> fr0g911: http://imgur.com/tMual30,ZpNmzlK,OqqzbYo
[5:10] <[Saint]> I happen to think I did a pretty good job. :)
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[5:11] <[Saint]> Its made from 300gsm metallic card.
[5:11] <[Saint]> ~$0.40 a sheet
[5:11] * sleetdrop (~sleetdrop@ Quit (Quit: Textual IRC Client: www.textualapp.com)
[5:14] <[Saint]> The thing I didn't take into account with the case design was the original author expects you to *hot glue* the Pi into the case, so there's ~2-3mm extra in the bottom to account for glue.
[5:14] <[Saint]> I didn't glue it in, so I needed to create a false floor, worked ok.
[5:14] <Henesy> why are you glueing to a case?
[5:14] <Henesy> ah
[5:15] <[Saint]> It looks really flimsy, but the case is actually really strong. I'm impressed.
[5:15] <Henesy> what are you planning on running on it?
[5:15] <[Saint]> I don't expect it to last very long, but, it doesn't need to.
[5:16] <[Saint]> The one in the images there is my media center.
[5:18] <[Saint]> There's a half-Pi-half-tablet thing sitting at my desk in the hackerspace, another Pi gaurds my server for remote power down/reboot, and one I use as a torrent box.
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[5:21] <Twist-> [Saint]: I'm a fan of this style for fast cases. http://i.imgur.com/KtigCcV.jpg
[5:22] <[Saint]> heh - its a pretend PBow
[5:22] <[Saint]> *PiBow
[5:23] <Twist-> It's two sheets of acrylic screwed together with standoffs. I don't think the pibow was first to market with this idea. :D
[5:23] <[Saint]> I dislike the fact that it isn't actually fully enclosed in that case, and it looks as though there could be a lot of play in the Pi there.
[5:24] <Twist-> the newer Pis have mounting holes, which solves that problem
[5:24] <Twist-> But hey, we can go cheaper! http://i.imgur.com/MynhzsR.jpg
[5:25] <[Saint]> I made three cases for ~$5 ...that's pretty cheap ;)
[5:25] <[Saint]> It only cost that much because I splashed out on fancy card.
[5:26] <Twist-> Heh.. I need to cut some enclosures this week myself
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[5:27] <[Saint]> I only needed to do this because I played Mr Niceguy and sold all the PiBow cases I ordered a while ago to various people at the hackerspace I frequent. I fidgued the numbers and thought I had left enough for myself.
[5:27] <Twist-> [Saint]: no laser cutter at your hackspace?
[5:27] <[Saint]> So, I made these to stand in for the week or so it'll take for my new cases to ship and clear customs.
[5:27] <[Saint]> Twist-: No...no no no. We're not that big.
[5:28] <[Saint]> There's a nice scanner, though, which aided me in making the plans for a near exact replica of the PiBow.
[5:29] <[Saint]> The hilarious thing is, getting the material to make them, and getting them all cut, costs more in NZ than shipping complete units in from halfway across the world.
[5:29] <Twist-> This caught my interest recently. http://labs.nortd.com/lasersaur/
[5:30] <[Saint]> Making my own PiBow replicas would cost me roughly 20% more than buying the things.
[5:30] <[Saint]> ...such is the sad state of tech in NZ.
[5:30] <Twist-> Yeah. Economies of scale are annoying
[5:30] <[Saint]> I would need to make a few hundred to break even.
[5:30] <techkid6> ping :/
[5:31] * alpha080 (~alpha080@ Quit ()
[5:31] <Twist-> and the pibow has a serious waste material problem
[5:31] <RiXtEr> techkid6, pong.
[5:31] <techkid6> :D
[5:31] * [Saint] really has NFI why they strengthen the areas of the middle of the case like so.
[5:32] <[Saint]> Applying any pressure to it would almost certainly shatter the PCB before it made a dent in the case.
[5:32] <[Saint]> ...oops.
[5:32] * [Saint] dropped the ball on the acronym
[5:32] <[Saint]> Sorry.
[5:33] <[Saint]> Twist-: is that what you're talking about? The support sections on the internal layers of the PiBow?
[5:33] <[Saint]> The ones that seem to make nifty liittle heat chambers for cooking SoCs? :)
[5:33] <Twist-> Yeah. If you cut each layer out of a solid sheet you'd have tons of tiny useless pieces left over
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[5:34] <[Saint]> I really have no idea why the middle layers do that.
[5:34] <Twist-> Because it looks neat, I guess
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[5:35] <[Saint]> I _think_ it is a 2-in-1 of added strength, and to keep the Pi in place, but it serves mostly to put undue pressure on the PCB and retain heat energy.
[5:35] <RiXtEr> Twist-, so is that thing really like $7000 to build ?
[5:35] <[Saint]> Perhaps it also increases the strength so it won't twist/flex, but that would be unlikely anyway.
[5:36] <Twist-> RiXtEr: Depends on where you source your components, but it could easily cost that.
[5:36] <[Saint]> In some climates, it could easily cost more.
[5:36] <RiXtEr> Twist-, :( That is a bit out of my price range... unless I sell one of my kids, then the wife would probably be mad...
[5:36] <Twist-> laser cutters aren't super cheap
[5:36] <Twist-> and they're not as versatile as CNC routers.
[5:37] <[Saint]> Yeah - CNC is way more cost effective/versatile.
[5:37] <Twist-> cleaner though. very little kerf. no shavings everywhere.
[5:37] <[Saint]> and you don't get really nasty looking burnt edges.
[5:38] <[Saint]> that's a dislike of mine from laser cutters.
[5:38] <Twist-> It's not a problem on plastic
[5:38] <[Saint]> It can be.
[5:39] <Twist-> ours leaves a nice nearly polished edge.
[5:39] <[Saint]> Heh - that thing probably costs so much because of the 17 trillion Km of CAT in it :P
[5:39] <[Saint]> Twist-: on what types of plastic?
[5:39] <[Saint]> I have found PLA burns/chars.
[5:39] <Twist-> Acrylic, primarily.
[5:41] <Twist-> grr. hungry, but too lazy too cook the chicken in the fridge.
[5:41] <Twist-> yay for first world problems?
[5:41] <[Saint]> I hear RiXtEr may be selling a child - cheap labor?
[5:42] <[Saint]> :)
[5:42] <[Saint]> RiXtEr: can your kids cook chicken? I may be able to negotiate a deal here...
[5:43] <chupacabra> wtf
[5:43] <[Saint]> I read the channel rules. Human trafficking arrangements are clearly allowed.
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[6:03] <Twist-> As long as you don't swear while negotiating the sale.
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[6:04] <RiXtEr> lol @ [Saint]
[6:04] <[Saint]> heh.
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[6:08] <ohhmaar> does airplay mirroring from mac work on xbmc?
[6:10] <[Saint]> Teh Googlez seems to think so, yes.
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[6:17] <Twist-> ohhmaar: no.
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[6:18] <[Saint]> Their wiki suggests otherwise.
[6:18] <Twist-> xmbc functions as an airplay target for audio and some streaming video formats. airplay mirroring is not supported.
[6:18] <Twist-> [Saint]: are you drawing a distinction between airplay and airplay mirroring? they're not the same.
[6:19] <Twist-> http://wiki.xbmc.org/index.php?title=AirPlay -> "AirPlay mirroring is currently unsupported"
[6:19] <[Saint]> Oh - sweet FSM.
[6:19] <[Saint]> I completely missed the "un" part.
[6:20] <Twist-> I have personally tested this.
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[6:26] <ohhmaar> Twist: thanks. One more question if I run the netflix app on my iPad shouldn't it appear on my TV?
[6:26] <ohhmaar> or is that not supported either?
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[6:27] <[Saint]> I suspect you'll have better luck asking somewhere that relates directly to the product(s) in question.
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[6:31] <[Saint]> Is a dual-head setup using HDMI and composite out expected to work?
[6:31] <[Saint]> I can only seem to be able to get one or the other. I guess this is expected?
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[6:42] <[Saint]> Ooooooooohhhhhh. Yes!
[6:43] <[Saint]> I may be speaking prematurely, but, I seem to have dynamic scaling working properly (without trashing the FS) with 200MHz arm_freq_min and 1.2GHz arm_freq
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[6:44] <Triffid_Hunter> [Saint]: make a big swapfile, recompile gcc and glibc a couple of times.. that'll thrash the hell out of the disk and give you a decent idea of whether it's reliable or just hasn't glitched yet
[6:47] <clever> [Saint]: from what ive heard, the gpu can only ever enable one of those outputs
[6:47] <[Saint]> One of the key points in underclocking the SoC seems to be using the "initial_turbo" param in the config.cfg.
[6:47] <clever> [Saint]: but the lcd output (currently unused) is seperate
[6:47] <[Saint]> I have no idea why, but it was failing to boot and/or trashing the FS when the min freq was set too *low* at boot.
[6:47] <[Saint]> I assume before dynamic scaling took over.
[6:48] <[Saint]> So it was trying to complete the boot sequence at 200MHz I guess.
[6:48] <[Saint]> So now I'm forcing turbo mode for 20s at boot time, and all is well.
[6:48] <[Saint]> clever: that seems to stack up with what I'm seeing - annoying, but, meh.
[6:51] <[Saint]> I may have come up with something regarding OC and corruption...
[6:51] <[Saint]> It took me a while to notice it, but it seems as though the units I have with Hynix RAM chips are a lot less stable at high clocks/voltages.
[6:52] <[Saint]> The Samsung RAM units seem to be able to withstand a /lot/ more abuse before falling over.
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[7:13] <geordie> any idea why sound wouldn't work with the game "abe" under x windows, although it works just fine with omxplayer?
[7:15] * [Saint] has a go at compiling the 3.8 kernel
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[7:15] <[Saint]> F2FS intrigues me.
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[7:26] <lkthomas> hey guys
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[7:40] <ParkerR> geordie, How can a game "work" in omxplayer?
[7:41] <ParkerR> Oh sound
[7:41] <ParkerR> omxlayer interfaces directly witht he sound hardware
[7:41] <ParkerR> Bypassing alsa/pulseaudio/etc
[7:43] <geordie> so my problem lies there - thanks
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[8:19] <NetBat> morning Pi pickers
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[8:30] <Litecoin> i've got my Pi set up nicely
[8:30] <Litecoin> with a PATA 133 IDE hard drive
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[8:37] <ParkerR> Litecoin, Nice
[8:37] <[Saint]> Litecoin: ...wow. Did you use a Delorian to time travel back to 1995? :)
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[8:38] <pagios> hello is the rpi avaiable in stock?
[8:38] <[Saint]> pagios: check the vendore you intend to purchase one from.
[8:38] <[Saint]> No one here can tell you.
[8:38] <[Saint]> *vendor
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[8:42] <[Saint]> pagios: just buy from a reputable, approved vendor, and you won't have to worry.
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[8:42] <ParkerR> "<[Saint]> Litecoin: ...wow. Did you use a Delorian to time travel back to 1995? :)" By best tower is still IDE
[8:43] <ParkerR> *My
[8:43] <[Saint]> Wow. I would hate to think of what your "worst tower" includes :)
[8:44] <ParkerR> [Saint], Packard Bell 102CD
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[8:44] <Litecoin> IDE forever
[8:44] <Litecoin> SATA never
[8:44] <[Saint]> With the cost of SATA drives, using PATA just doesn't make any sense anymore.
[8:44] <[Saint]> Why punish yourself on speed and capacity worshipping the past?
[8:44] <ParkerR> [Saint], Too cheap to buy a new mothernboard
[8:44] <ParkerR> *motherboard
[8:44] <[Saint]> ParkerR: you don't need to.
[8:45] <ParkerR> ... if you only have IDE boards
[8:45] <[Saint]> You can get a SATA drive and a PCI SATA controller card for less than the price of replacing the PATA drive.
[8:45] <[Saint]> PATA is dead technology.
[8:46] <ParkerR> That wouldnt be worth it imp. non PCI SATA card? Eww
[8:46] <ParkerR> *imo
[8:46] <ParkerR> *PCIe
[8:46] <[Saint]> Still faster than PATA
[8:46] <[Saint]> *greatly* so.
[8:46] <[Saint]> ...and cheaper.
[8:46] <[Saint]> *greatly* so.
[8:46] <ParkerR> My best computer is my laptop
[8:47] <ParkerR> Best tower is a P4 2.66ghz then my laptop is a Core 2 Duo 2.13ghz
[8:47] * cccy_RegeaneWolf is now known as cccyRegeaneWolfe
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[8:48] <ParkerR> Then my intermediate is a Celeron Dual core
[8:48] <[Saint]> Seriously though, you should really consider moving to SATA. Then you can actually enjoy having decent speed and capacity.
[8:48] <ParkerR> Well I have SATA
[8:48] <ParkerR> In the laptp :P
[8:48] <ParkerR> *laptop
[8:49] <[Saint]> One of my drives in my server has a higher capacity than your PATA tower packed out with as manay PATA disks as it can handle.
[8:50] <[Saint]> and probably cost about the same price as a single one of your drives.
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[8:51] <[Saint]> *when* those drives fail, and they will, you'll see - it is pretty much impossible to replace them at any decent price.
[8:51] <[Saint]> as I said earlier, you could buy a SATA disk, and a PCI controller for equal to or less than replacing the PATA disk.
[8:52] <ParkerR> Heh I dont even use the tower. Mainly a facebook machine for mother
[8:52] <[Saint]> it just makes sense.
[8:52] <ParkerR> And if that drive fails... I'll just go downstairs to my pile and grab anther
[8:52] <ParkerR> :3
[8:53] <[Saint]> I assume you like noisy, ~2min boots? :)
[8:54] <ParkerR> :P Windows XP actually isnt half bad on booting
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[9:35] <ParkerR> ood
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[9:37] <[Saint]> ood?
[9:37] <ShiftPlusOne> ood!
[9:38] <ParkerR> I was typing "Good" in another channel and I accidentally the part channel combo
[9:39] <ShiftPlusOne> So there is a poor channel out there somewhere with just a 'G'?
[9:40] <[Saint]> Word up playa.
[9:40] <ParkerR> Well #raspbian and it didnt send the g XD
[9:40] <[Saint]> There be Gs all up in this, yo.
[9:40] <ShiftPlusOne> ah
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[10:04] * neilr wishes everyone a Happy Monday
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[10:11] <[Saint]> My media center pi has turned into an overpowered Frotz machine, lol
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[10:18] <ParkerR> [Saint], Haha
[10:18] <[Saint]> Awwwww....nuts. Killed by a bat.
[10:18] <ParkerR> >go east
[10:18] <ParkerR> >go east
[10:19] <ParkerR> >go east
[10:19] <ParkerR> You are STILL in a forest
[10:19] <[Saint]> >go west
[10:19] <[Saint]> >"Go West is an English pop duo, formed in 1982 by lead vocalist Peter Cox...."
[10:20] * [Saint] starts singing Don't Look Down and decides to blame ParkerR for it
[10:21] <ParkerR> Haha
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[10:22] <[Saint]> Hmmmm..or was that Frankie Goes To Hollywood?
[10:22] <[Saint]> Nah. Nope. Go West.
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[11:11] <gadgetoid> WiringPi2-Ruby is in an approximately usable but not quite finished state
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[11:15] <[Saint]> approximately usable? :)
[11:16] * [Saint] wants WiringPi2-BF
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[11:17] <[Saint]> WiringPi2-Whitespace
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[11:20] <[Saint]> WiringPi2-DifferenceEngine
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[11:26] <wombledom> Yay
[11:27] <[Saint]> Well...you're excitable now, arenlt you?
[11:27] <wombledom> I was able to test out torrents over ethernet and it works fine! Even the system load is low at high speeds vs wifi, and its not freezing
[11:29] <wombledom> I was getting a little aggravated that most everyone else was able to do it and I couldnt
[11:30] <wombledom> I guess network through usb is too much
[11:31] <[Saint]> you're stealing memory from the kernel during high USB load.
[11:31] <[Saint]> there's only so much allocated, so there's only so much you can steal.
[11:32] <wombledom> Ah, so its not system memory but kernel memory, I noticed my cache was being used up but it would stop using at halfway
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[11:33] <wombledom> Like 200mb of cache out of 460mb
[11:33] <[Saint]> http://elinux.org/R-Pi_Troubleshooting#Crashes_occur_with_high_network_load
[11:34] <[Saint]> "The USB driver allocates memory from the kernel, and when traffic is very high (e.g. when using torrents/newsgroup downloads) this memory can be exhausted causing crashes/hangs. "
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[11:35] <[Saint]> you could've tried tickling up the vm. minfree value a bit.
[11:36] <[Saint]> You can read that as "amount of memory to attempt to keep free at any one point in time"
[11:36] <wombledom> But from top it shows that there is still 180mb of memory left, and without buffers and cache about 400mb
[11:36] <[Saint]> right, because the memory is already allocated.
[11:38] <wombledom> So the kernel might only have 130ish mb and it wont overflow to use all the memory?
[11:40] <[Saint]> As far as I am aware, the kernel gets allocated a fixed chunk of memory. I think you can only tell it how much of that to attempt to keep free, not tell it to attempt to allocate more.
[11:41] <wombledom> Thanks for clarifying that for me
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[11:43] <[Saint]> For a while, I didn't really understand fixed allocations either. I too used to look at it like "I have heaps of RAM free - why can't it just use that?!?"
[11:43] <[Saint]> I don't think I really accurately understand it *now*, but I understand it enough to be aware of the limitations.
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[11:54] <wombledom> Is there a way to see how much is left for the kernel?
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[12:50] <MalMen> hello.. there is there anyone that know a project that can use rasp to open gates with voip
[12:50] <jelly1> MalMen: ever heard of ekiga
[12:51] <MalMen> ekiga is not a im ?
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[12:51] <jelly1> It is interoperable with many other standard compliant softwares, hardwares and service providers as it uses both the major telephony standards (SIP and H.323).
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[12:51] <jelly1> MalMen: there is mumble
[12:52] <jelly1> but that's like teamspeak
[12:52] <jelly1> but better since it's FOSS
[12:53] <jelly1> MalMen: so what do you actually want to achieve? :)
[12:54] <MalMen> i want to have a system that when i call to a voip number (i am thinking in asterisk on raspberry) my gate open
[12:54] <MalMen> for this i think rasp have some output pins that i can use
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[12:55] <jelly1> MalMen: so you want to use a voipphone?
[12:56] <MalMen> kind of
[12:56] <jelly1> there is http://www.raspberry-asterisk.org/ :)
[12:56] <jelly1> http://www.raspberrypi.org/archives/2744
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[13:01] <linuxstb> MalMen: I'm pretty sure you can call Perl (or other scripting languages) from an Asterisk dialplan, so shouldn't be hard if you're familiar with Asterisk. You could also use caller-id to aid authentication.
[13:01] <MalMen> sorry, y computer break
[13:01] <MalMen> lilalinux and with perl i can send commands to the door motor, right ?
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[13:03] <Duality> hey all :)
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[13:03] <Duality> I had some trouble with a usb sound card dongle, I had crackling and poping and no recongnizable audio
[13:04] <Duality> But I fixed this by unloading the kernel module: snd-bcm2835 by doing sudo modprobe -r snd-bcm2835
[13:05] <linuxstb> MalMen: I assume so. But I mean the principle is that you need to a) write a script in some language to control the door motor; and b) call that script from the asterisk dialplan.
[13:05] <MalMen> lilalinux i agree with you :)
[13:06] <Duality> But now I wonder does omxplayer need the module loaded for audio out ?
[13:06] <MalMen> now i need to know how will i control the door motor... i dont know anything about the motor but i have remote commands, one of the soluctions can be unassembly the remote command and have rasp press the button
[13:06] <MalMen> so that way i will not mess with the motor
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[13:08] <linuxstb> Duality: I didn't think omxplayer supported USB sound cards - just the built-in audio devices.
[13:08] <AdvancedNewbie> jelly1, sounds interesting
[13:08] <jelly1> AdvancedNewbie: o? Just posted some google results :P
[13:08] <jelly1> I wonder how google voice works
[13:09] <AdvancedNewbie> Why not do through text?
[13:09] <jelly1> and PC-to-PC voice and video calling worldwide between users of the Google Voice and Video Chat browser plugin (available for Windows, Intel-based Mac OS X, and Linux)
[13:09] <Duality> linuxstb: yes I know :) wondering if omxplayer still can output audio, or only when that module (snd-bcm2835) is loaded ?
[13:09] <jelly1> aha
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[13:12] <linuxstb> Duality: Yes, those kernel modules are just an ALSA interface to the GPU. omxplayer talks to the GPU directly.
[13:12] <zastaph> when I emulate raspbian with qemu, I have the raspbian.img and a kernel file.. but where are changes saved between sessions? does it modify the .img file?
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[13:13] <jelly1> zastaph: I do think it does ;)
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[13:14] <zastaph> hmm then I need to download a fresh one to start over :)
[13:14] <jelly1> or use qemu's snapshots ;)
[13:14] <zastaph> did you get bridged networking to work with qemu and raspbian?
[13:14] <jelly1> oh I haven't tried that
[13:14] <zastaph> ok
[13:15] <jelly1> I use qemu + kvm for my VM's
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[13:15] <zastaph> just used to with virtualbox that img/iso files are not modified.. you have a hd file for that
[13:15] <jelly1> zastaph: numerous methods to get that working
[13:16] <Duality> so the gpu is generating the audio out ?
[13:16] <jelly1> zastaph: well how do you use that .img
[13:16] <zastaph> jelly basically from this guide http://xecdesign.com/qemu-emulating-raspberry-pi-the-easy-way/
[13:17] <jelly1> -hda 2012-10-28-wheezy-raspbian.img
[13:17] <zastaph> yep
[13:18] <jelly1> so that's the harddisk you write too ;)
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[13:18] <jelly1> qemu-img --help and look for snapshot ;)
[13:19] <zastaph> thanks
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[13:31] <Duality> just something crazy, can i unmount the root disk ? the sd card that is :) and then use it somewhere else, and put it back and mount it again? or do I need to shutdown pi for this ?
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[13:39] <Davespice> afternoon folks
[13:40] <Duality> afternoon
[13:40] <Davespice> large area virgin media outage in London today, only just managed to get back on
[13:41] <Armand> Yeah, I got that last night.
[13:41] <Armand> It was out at 1am. >_<
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[13:48] <nid0> most shambolic company in the history of anything ever imo
[13:49] <[Saint]> ...that's a bit of a stretch.
[13:50] <[Saint]> There's plenty of worse offenders out there.
[13:50] <Armand> The actual *connection* is great.. the customer service is TOTAL shit.
[13:50] <[Saint]> language
[13:50] <nid0> i've never found one
[13:50] <Armand> Oppss.. sorry.
[13:50] <Armand> :(
[13:50] <[Saint]> np - I find it difficult too
[13:50] <nid0> it takes a special kind of utter failure of a company to constantly send out marketing post advertising their wonderful fibre broadband and tv services to areas they havent bothered to cable up with their fibre
[13:51] <Armand> That was a brainfart on my part. :/
[13:51] <[Saint]> nid0: errrrr.....what?
[13:51] <[Saint]> you're missing the point.
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[13:51] <[Saint]> They want you to want it.
[13:52] <[Saint]> Its no failure at all.
[13:52] <nid0> no, they send me post saying "hey, you can get our wonderful fibre service!"
[13:52] <nid0> but I cant, this area isnt cabled
[13:52] <nid0> and they have no forseeable plans to cable it
[13:52] <nid0> so wheres the benefit, for anyone?
[13:52] <Armand> What I find absurd is two things.. 1. The complete lack of redundant lines, which any good service should put in place (My employer has dual 10gbps lines to each facility) 2. They really DO NOT care when things go wrong.
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[13:53] <[Saint]> No ISP does.
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[13:53] <[Saint]> ...that was a little belated. Ouch.
[13:53] <Hoerie> <Armand> What I find absurd is two things.. 1. The complete lack of redundant lines, which any good service should put in place <-- but noone wants to pay for when they aren't actually used
[13:53] <[Saint]> I assume, though, he was past due on warnings?
[13:54] <ReggieUK> of course
[13:55] <[Saint]> Ops should probably configure a bot for this. It oftentimes seems to be quite hit and miss.
[13:55] <Hoerie> and have the bot run on a pi for added bonus points ;-)
[13:57] <[Saint]> There are quite a great number of IRC filter bots available.
[13:57] <[Saint]> easily configured.
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[13:59] <[Saint]> Then there's no room to cry foul on mistreatment because for half the day no one was watching, and then suddenly someone is, and someone gets punished while many others didn't.
[13:59] <[Saint]> ...jus' sayin'.
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[13:59] * [Saint] would be happy to configure such a bot and pass it over to <whoever>
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[14:16] <xrosnight> anyone's Pi on Archlinux?
[14:16] <jelly1> yes
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[14:20] <xrosnight> jelly1: how do you burn the img on your sd card?
[14:20] <jelly1> xrosnight: dd
[14:21] <xrosnight> jelly1: it lasts forever and never stops... why???? sudo dd if=/tmp/RaspberryPi/archlinux-hf-2013-02-11.img of=/dev/sdb
[14:21] <jelly1> are you doing it to the right disk..
[14:21] <xrosnight> yes. the right sdcard
[14:22] <xrosnight> the mini sdcard actually
[14:22] <jelly1> forever = ?
[14:22] <jelly1> xrosnight: is it mounted?
[14:22] <xrosnight> the minicard adapter's LED light shines always and never stops..
[14:22] <xrosnight> jelly1: not mounted yet
[14:23] <jelly1> you shouldn't mount it
[14:23] <xrosnight> forever means an hour ago till now
[14:23] <xrosnight> i didn't mount it
[14:23] <jelly1> oh
[14:23] <jelly1> that's not good
[14:23] <xrosnight> yes. the second time for me...
[14:24] <Duality> xros where is bs=4M ?
[14:25] <Duality> dd bs=4M
[14:25] <Duality> xrosnight:
[14:25] <xrosnight> no i didn't set bs=4M
[14:25] <Duality> oh
[14:25] <Duality> why :)?
[14:25] <xrosnight> i run it by default
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[14:26] <xrosnight> the sample dd if of . no other options.
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[14:26] <Duality> hmm
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[14:26] <xrosnight> what should i do now? the LED light is flashing still
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[14:29] <xrosnight> whatever it stops now. by ctrl + C ....
[14:29] <xrosnight> i use " sudo cfdisk /dev/sdb" to check out the partition table which seems alright
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[14:29] <mac-> hey
[14:30] <mac-> any news about xorg driver for VideoCore IV ?
[14:30] <xrosnight> is the SSH host service started by default on Archlinux?
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[14:30] <xrosnight> mac-: not quit
[14:31] <xrosnight> not quite sure
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[14:31] <xrosnight> do you know the ssh thing mac-
[14:31] <mac-> very bad man
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[14:32] <mac-> I have to change to MK805 where Mali400 has already support
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[14:33] <xrosnight> mac-: are you in China?
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[14:48] <riot> ohai.
[14:49] <riot> How is the camera module coming along? will it really be available this month?
[14:50] <riot> i need CV for my unmanned nautical vehicle kit.
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[14:50] <riot> :)
[14:50] <riot> (Well, i have software, but i don't want to start packaging some weirdo usb cameras.. ;)
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[15:43] <lkthomas> hey guys
[15:43] <lkthomas> how could I know if LCD is running I2c ?
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[15:44] <Tachyon`> consult the datasheet?
[15:45] <lkthomas> http://www.dfrobot.com/wiki/index.php?title=Arduino_LCD_KeyPad_Shield_(SKU:_DFR0009)
[15:45] <lkthomas> didn't mention
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[15:52] <pksato> lkthomas: is not I2C, its use 4 bits to control display.
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[15:52] <lkthomas> errr
[15:52] <lkthomas> how could I do wiring ?!
[15:52] <pksato> and, ADC (arduino) to read buttons.
[15:53] <pksato> search for hd44780 raspberry pi
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[15:55] <pksato> and, buttons can not readable with RPi.
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[15:57] <pksato> AND, this display is a 5V device. Dont set it do output data, can damage RPi.
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[16:12] <Azerus> Does anyone know how I can enable wifi on BerryBoot after I set it up with ethernet?
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[16:13] <Azerus> I have a USB wifi adapter that I know works 'out-of-the-box' with debian wheezy, but I want to use it for berryboot now
[16:15] <buzzsaw> Azerus: what is the chipset?
[16:16] <Azerus> for the usb device or the pi?
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[16:16] <buzzsaw> the device
[16:16] <mgottschlag> hey, anybody can help me with a basic electronics question?
[16:16] <buzzsaw> mgottschlag: only if you ask the question ;-)
[16:17] <mgottschlag> does a field effect transistor have any fixed source drain voltage?
[16:17] <mgottschlag> heh, give me a second ^^
[16:17] <buzzsaw> Azerus: try this lsusb
[16:17] <Azerus> buzzsaw, it brings up 4 devices
[16:17] <buzzsaw> what does the wifi one say ;-)
[16:17] <Azerus> its a 'netis' wifi dongle
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[16:18] <buzzsaw> can you paste the full line?
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[16:18] <mgottschlag> I'd expect fets not to have any voltage as the channel is completely polarized, but does this completely remove the effect of the NP borders=?
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[16:18] <Azerus> yeah
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[16:19] <Azerus> Bus 001 Device 004: ID 0bda:8176
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[16:20] <ripzay> 8176 Realtek i assume ?
[16:20] <buzzsaw> that does not look like the full line :-)
[16:20] <Azerus> i believe so
[16:21] <ripzay> sounds like there's no driver for it to be
[16:21] <Azerus> buzzsaw, thats the full line that I get from tty2 in BerryBoot console
[16:21] <Azerus> during the initial setup it asked me if i wanted it configured for wifi or ethernet
[16:21] <ripzay> does berryboot have the 8176cu mod ?
[16:22] <Azerus> i do not know
[16:22] <Azerus> I would assume it would have worked if i chose wifi
[16:22] <Azerus> this particular device works fine in raspbian and raspbmc
[16:22] <buzzsaw> Azerus: its just a matter of finding the right driver...
[16:23] <ripzay> http://www.raspberrypi.org/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f=26&t=8672
[16:23] <buzzsaw> its not listed when you do lwconfig is it?
[16:23] <ripzay> about half way down
[16:23] <ripzay> post by MrEngman
[16:23] <lkthomas> damn, I am lost
[16:23] <Azerus> http://wiki.debian.org/rtl819x#Drivers
[16:23] <lkthomas> http://www.dfrobot.com/wiki/index.php?title=Arduino_LCD_KeyPad_Shield_(SKU:_DFR0009)
[16:23] <lkthomas> I am using that shield and want to connect to raspberry pi
[16:24] <lkthomas> but I don't know what to do
[16:24] <Azerus> also buzzsaw lwconfig is not a valid command
[16:24] <Azerus> in the bootloader
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[16:25] <buzzsaw> sorry iwconfig :-)
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[16:26] <Azerus> nor is iwconfig
[16:26] <Azerus> also, theres no aptitude :-/
[16:26] <buzzsaw> what about apt-get?
[16:27] <Azerus> nope
[16:27] <Azerus> berryboot is pretty stripped down
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[16:28] <buzzsaw> use something that is non stripped down?
[16:28] <Azerus> its a bootloader
[16:28] <Azerus> i need it
[16:29] <Azerus> and i cant reinstall it without wiping all of my operating systems
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[16:29] <buzzsaw> so your trying to install wifi from a bootloader?
[16:30] <Azerus> yeah...
[16:30] <Azerus> it downloads installations
[16:30] <Azerus> so it has to be networked
[16:30] <ripzay> what does lsmod | grep rt say
[16:30] <Azerus> nothing
[16:30] <buzzsaw> okay you have me lost there... I have never used a bootloader to surf the web :-)
[16:30] <ripzay> so you have no realtek modules loaded at all :P
[16:31] <lkthomas> guys, I need someone guide me do wiring this shield with RPi: http://www.shieldlist.org/dfrobot/lcd
[16:31] <Azerus> i know
[16:31] <ripzay> first thing you need to do is find out exactly which chipset the dongle is
[16:31] <ripzay> easiest way is to put it into a linux machine where it just works
[16:31] <ripzay> and see which module gets loaded using lsusb / lsmod
[16:32] <ripzay> then you need to find / make a build of the driver which will work with berryboot and install
[16:33] <ripzay> now.. how to install a module on berryboot.. i have no idea
[16:33] <ripzay> never used berryboot, know little to nothing about it
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[16:38] <lkthomas> anyone mind to give me some help ?
[16:40] <pksato> lkthomas: go to google (or other) and search for: hd44780 raspberry
[16:40] <lkthomas> pksato: there is a diff
[16:41] <lkthomas> pksato: mine one is a shield
[16:41] <lkthomas> which already done the internal wiring
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[16:41] <pksato> no. the aduino shield is a hd44780 lcd
[16:42] <lkthomas> the pot already in place
[16:42] <pksato> http://www.dfrobot.com/wiki/index.php?title=Arduino_LCD_KeyPad_Shield_%28SKU:_DFR0009%29
[16:42] <pksato> on table of pinout, Function are name of hd44780 module.
[16:42] <lkthomas> pksato: pin allocation didn't mention about ground and 5v
[16:43] <pksato> oh...
[16:43] <lkthomas> so extra two pins with ground and 5v, that's it ?
[16:46] <lkthomas> I got 5v and ground connected, now it does light u
[16:46] <lkthomas> up
[16:46] <lkthomas> what's next ?!
[16:47] <lkthomas> pksato: ?
[16:48] <pksato> Why theses shields are bad documented? :)
[16:48] <lkthomas> no idea
[16:49] <pksato> remove LCD module from board, and access pins direct.
[16:49] <lkthomas> I can't
[16:49] <lkthomas> it's stick together
[16:49] <IT_Sean>
[16:50] <pksato> http://www.dfrobot.com/image/cache/data/DFR0009/DFR0009V2%20pinout-600x600.jpg
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[16:50] <pksato> see top connectors.
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[16:51] <lkthomas> how to co-relate with Pi's pin ?
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[16:51] <pksato> the `notch' edge.
[16:52] <lkthomas> sorry, don't understand
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[16:53] <pksato> pin13 to vcc header.
[16:54] <lkthomas> so vcc -> 5v ?
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[16:54] <lkthomas> I am a newbie, please provide more guideline
[16:54] <pksato> lkthomas: you dont know basic electroncs?
[16:54] <lkthomas> no
[16:55] <IT_Sean> I really don't know how "pin13 -> VCC header" can be made more clear, to be brutally honest.
[16:55] <pksato> Its is a big problem. :)
[16:55] <lkthomas> it's the top pins
[16:55] <lkthomas> right hand corner
[16:55] <lkthomas> I could see that from the pic
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[16:55] <lkthomas> that doesn't help at all
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[16:59] <lkthomas> 0 progress for 4hours
[16:59] <lkthomas> let me ask again, Vcc means connect to 5v, am I correct ?
[16:59] <pksato> Yes, VCC is a positive power.
[17:00] <pksato> GND is a reference or 0V.
[17:00] <lkthomas> let me redo the wiring
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[17:01] <pksato> but, I dont figure out, how to connect data/ctrl lines to RPi.
[17:01] <lkthomas> backlit light does not work
[17:01] <lkthomas> if I connect bottom 5v pin, backlit does work
[17:02] <lkthomas> top Vcc is controlling the text ?
[17:02] <pksato> what headers have D4 to D9?
[17:02] <lkthomas> sorry ?
[17:02] <pksato> lkthomas: all VCC are internconnected.
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[17:03] <pksato> if you oly power, noting are displayed.
[17:03] <lkthomas> I connect to ground as well
[17:03] <pksato> need to send control and data to LCD controler.
[17:03] <lkthomas> backlit still not light upo
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[17:03] <pksato> light need to enabled.
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[17:04] <pksato> from D10 pin.
[17:04] <lkthomas> let's ignore that Vcc, obviously doesn't work
[17:05] <pksato> GND and VCC need to connected to RPi.
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[17:05] <pksato> next, need do connect data and control lines.
[17:05] <lkthomas> if you talking about top right corner, after connect VCC and GND, backlit does not work
[17:05] <lkthomas> I connect 5v and ground on bottom pin it does show backlit
[17:07] <pksato> backlit is controled by software. or D10 must be to VCC.
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[17:09] <lkthomas> http://blog.jacobean.net/?p=392
[17:09] <lkthomas> trying to follow that
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[17:10] <pksato> lkthomas: with vcc and gnd connect, power led lit?
[17:10] <lkthomas> no
[17:10] <pksato> psu is on?
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[17:11] <lkthomas> sure
[17:13] <gadgetoid> Getting there??? https://github.com/Gadgetoid/WiringPi2-Ruby
[17:14] <pksato> backlit and pwd led are lit if power is connectd and on.
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[17:15] <lkthomas> yes if I connect bottom pin
[17:15] <lkthomas> see that 5v pin ?
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[17:16] <pksato> data line (D4 to D7) is on J1, and controls (Enable and Data/Ctrl) on J2. But, I donw know why ir J1 and J2 on shield board.
[17:16] <lkthomas> http://blog.jacobean.net/?p=392
[17:16] <lkthomas> where is GPIO CS1 ?
[17:16] <pksato> 5V is a VCC line.
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[17:17] <lkthomas> if I connect to VCC, backlit doesn ot work
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[17:18] <lkthomas> it doesn't make sense at all
[17:18] <pksato> lkthomas: you have a multitester?
[17:19] <lkthomas> I don't
[17:19] <pksato> Buy one. :)
[17:19] <IT_Sean> ^ wot 'e said
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[17:20] <gadgetoid> I'm really liking znc
[17:20] <gadgetoid> Much much better buffer handling, so I don't miss as much when I'm logged out
[17:23] <Raspiman> gadgetoid, you are using znc now?
[17:23] <gadgetoid> Raspiman: aye!
[17:23] <Raspiman> On your raspberry?
[17:24] <gadgetoid> Raspiman: Aye, I wrote a guide too
[17:24] <Raspiman> lol me 2 !
[17:24] <Raspiman> http://raspberrypihelp.net/tutorials/28-raspberry-pi-irc-bouncer :)
[17:25] <gadgetoid> Raspiman: Aha, notice you use the web admin, haven't tried it. Actually looks pretty comprehensive!
[17:25] <Raspiman> it's easy to use
[17:25] <gadgetoid> Haha, cronjob hax!
[17:25] <gadgetoid> Mine's here: http://pi.gadgetoid.com/post/042-setting-up-znc-irc-bouncer-on-the-raspberry-pi
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[17:27] <Raspiman> you used the init script from znc itself, i did the easy way. @reboot znc as cronjob.
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[17:29] <lkthomas> pksato: you there? http://www.dfrobot.com/image/data/DFR0009/LCDKeypad%20Shield%20V1.0%20SCH.pdf
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[17:29] <lkthomas> how could I tell where is J5 ?
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[17:35] <lkthomas> anyone ?
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[17:40] <lkthomas> anyone still alive ?
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[17:41] <buzzsaw> nope all dead
[17:42] <rymate1234> The apocalypse happened
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[17:43] <shellbackpacific> i'm sooo glad I stocked up on Twinkies :)
[17:45] <RaTTuS|BIG> where all going to the pub to celebrate
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[17:50] <gadgetoid> I have far too many Pi addon boards! got my work cut out for me over the next few weeks, eek!
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[17:53] <shellbackpacific> yeah i bought a pi and got all excited about doing projects???now i'm knee-deep in sensors and misc. radio shack parts
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[17:53] <drobban> shellbackpacific: :) that is nice.
[17:53] <shellbackpacific> it is
[17:54] <drobban> you should check futurlec.com out
[17:54] <drobban> :)
[17:54] <shellbackpacific> gives me something to learn python with too???being trying to find a reason to learn it
[17:54] <shellbackpacific> i will
[17:55] <shellbackpacific> been a Perl junkie forever now
[17:55] <drobban> why not start using c?
[17:55] <shellbackpacific> i will eventually. Want to learn the fundamentals of electronics with a relatively easy programming interface first
[17:56] <shellbackpacific> on the list though for sure???not sure if my head can take that much pounding against the wall by trying to learn both at the same time
[17:57] <gadgetoid> catch you folks later!
[17:57] <shellbackpacific> never done manual memory management before
[17:57] <drobban> same same diffrent syntax =)
[17:57] <shellbackpacific> peace!
[17:57] <shellbackpacific> yeah???i've done a lot of java???pbly won't be too bad
[17:57] <shellbackpacific> did some C in an operating systems class in college???segfaults all over the place
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[18:01] <eykosioux> how well versed are you guys on network attached storage *enclosures*?
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[18:02] <eykosioux> i'm wondering if there are any cheap gigabit NAS enclosures that i could connect to my switch, then mount that on my raspberry pi
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[18:02] <IT_Sean> for general storage
[18:02] <IT_Sean> ?
[18:02] <nid0> there are hundreds
[18:03] <eykosioux> i don't really like the idea of external storage via USB
[18:03] <IT_Sean> It's not going to be fast, but, i don't see any reason why it wouldn't work.
[18:03] <eykosioux> IT_Sean: yeah general storage i reckon
[18:03] <drobban> shellbackpacific: sloppy use of the memory
[18:03] <nid0> nas enclosures start from about ??50
[18:04] <IT_Sean> eykosioux: what's the issue with a USB drive?
[18:04] <shellbackpacific> drobban: yep I have no doubt
[18:04] <IT_Sean> I had a USB HDD (externally powered) on my Pi that work fine.
[18:04] <drobban> :)
[18:04] <IT_Sean> *have
[18:04] <Code_Bleu> eykosioux: google search ds411 slim
[18:04] <shellbackpacific> my whole CS cirriculum was in java???wished it would've been in c++
[18:04] <shellbackpacific> *wish*
[18:05] <IT_Sean> eykosioux: technically, you will still be using USB, as the ethernet adapter on the Pi is a USB ethernet hanging off the Pi's internal USB hub.
[18:05] <eykosioux> IT_Sean: nothing really, but it would only be accessible through the pi. i'd like to also directly access the nas from other pc's/laptops etc
[18:05] <IT_Sean> ahh, i see.
[18:05] <eykosioux> IT_Sean: yeah, i should have clarified, i'd have the NAS attached to a switch rather than the rpi
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[18:06] <IT_Sean> Right... I get it. No reason it shouldn't work.
[18:07] <eykosioux> nid0: would you recommend any nas enclosure in the ??50-??100 price range? or shall i just trust the 5 star reviews on amazon? :)
[18:08] <eykosioux> IT_Sean: hm... cool, i'll try to get a nas case and see where i go from there
[18:08] <buzzsaw> shellbackpacific: if you can learn one language you can learn another...
[18:08] <nid0> eykosioux: generally, synology, thecus, qnap in that order for decent ones, or d-link/netgear for budget ones
[18:09] * IT_Sean would avoid d-link like the plague
[18:09] <shellbackpacific> buzzsaw: definitley???the main barrier for C/C++ at this point in time is manual mem management???can't imaging it's too hard though
[18:09] <nid0> at ??100 you could get a netgear readynas duo, if you want cheaper than that itll have to be a dlink, pretty much
[18:09] <eykosioux> thanks :)
[18:10] <buzzsaw> no time like now to learn :-)
[18:10] <nid0> netgear nas's are solid if you just want something thats sharing drives over the network via cifs/nfs
[18:10] <eykosioux> i did have a look at synology but the price was a bit prohibitive for me atm
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[18:10] <shellbackpacific> indeed
[18:10] <nid0> but if you want an all-singing all-dancing storage centre you need a synology really
[18:10] <IT_Sean> does your router not have the capability to share out a USB drive?
[18:10] <Hoerie> or a qnap
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[18:11] <buzzsaw> eykosioux: only trust 5 star reviews if they have good words ;-)
[18:11] <nid0> or as IT_Sean has suggested, most half decent routers can double as a poor man's nas with external usb drives
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[18:13] <buzzsaw> I have my eeyes on this little guy.... http://wiki.openwrt.org/toh/tp-link/tl-wr703n.
[18:13] <azeam> afaik most routers serving as nas will be pretty slow, if it's high speed you're after you'll probably have to look for a proper nas, otherwise you might as well connect it to the pi
[18:13] <azeam> but maybe there are some faster routers with usb nowadays
[18:13] <buzzsaw> its like $20... includes usb
[18:14] <azeam> it = a usb hard drive
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[18:16] <Torikun> Anyone having filesystem corruption issues on the PI?
[18:17] <kaste> Torikun: did you do anything nasty
[18:17] <Torikun> I left a Pi running doing nothing for a week and I gotta image it again
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[18:17] <buzzsaw> do you have a cheap SD and
[18:17] <IT_Sean> o_O
[18:17] <buzzsaw> Power supply?
[18:17] <Torikun> Yeah
[18:17] <IT_Sean> Then you are doing something wrong, or have a lousy SD card.
[18:17] <eykosioux> i guess i'll go for a better-than-dlink nas enclosure (some synology 2 bay ones aren't that expensive) and hook it to the switch.
[18:17] <geordie> Torikun: i have in the past, but not recently
[18:17] <Torikun> All my Pi's use the same Sd card and survived
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[18:18] <geordie> i associated my woes with overclocking with the turbo mode feature
[18:18] <eykosioux> at the moment i've got my RPi connected to the switch acting as an openvpn server and not much more, so when i travel abroad i can vpn to my rpi and watch netflix
[18:19] <eykosioux> or not bother about spotify not being available there etc
[18:19] <Torikun> I did that also eykosioux]
[18:19] <eykosioux> Torikun: awesme :)
[18:19] <Torikun> the openvpn client seems to not work on my iphone.
[18:19] <Torikun> mainly DNS
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[18:19] <eykosioux> really? didn't have any issues myself, connecting from my iphone
[18:20] <Torikun> lucky
[18:20] <eykosioux> in fact my iphone/3G was how i tested that it worked
[18:20] <azeam> not as fun as your own vpn server, but you could also just use media hint or similar ;)
[18:20] <Torikun> It connects but I can not access anything locally
[18:20] <eykosioux> you might be routing only to the wan?
[18:20] <Torikun> i force DNS to my DNS server
[18:21] <eykosioux> azeam: how does that work? the chrome extension you mean?
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[18:22] <azeam> eykosioux: yes, you just install it and browse to netflix/pandora/whatever, it works by simply connecting through a proxy (their proxy)
[18:23] <eykosioux> wow amazeballs it actually works!
[18:23] <eykosioux> hat tip to you sir
[18:24] <Torikun> eykosioux: have you tried it tethered to your laptop?
[18:24] <azeam> good :) I use it all the time for pandora, which isn't available here, and it's been working really well, the proxy is pretty fast as well
[18:25] <eykosioux> Torikun: do you mean the iphone 3g? yeah
[18:26] <Torikun> ok
[18:26] <eykosioux> (i mean iphone's 3g connection, not the 3g model)
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[18:26] <eykosioux> i did have a time when i couldn't see my lan, or all packets were timing out, but i could browse normally
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[18:30] <KayGridley> Hi
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[18:30] <IT_Sean> ahoy
[18:31] <KayGridley> Please excuse the utterly daft question, but if I want to run a small wireless network using a pi as the webserver, am I going to run into any horrible problems that you know of?
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[18:31] <Torikun> performance
[18:32] <eykosioux> Torikun: this was more or less my case http://superuser.com/questions/537668
[18:32] <Torikun> Use nginx + phpfpm for the best performance
[18:32] <Torikun> ty
[18:32] <KayGridley> I'm trying to figure out what hardware I actually need to get
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[18:36] <KayGridley> I know I'd need a wifi dongle, but where I'm stuck is the idea of setting the pi up as both the access point and the webserver
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[18:39] <wroberts1> openwrt has a pi port
[18:39] <buzzsaw> KayGridley: there are quite a few guides out there for that...
[18:39] <KayGridley> Buzzsaw, I'm googling but finding a lot of access point setup guides, and a lot of webserver guides, but nothing that does both annoyingly
[18:40] <eykosioux> how many MB does openwrt use?
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[18:40] <buzzsaw> eykosioux: it can be quite small :-)
[18:40] <KayGridley> Sorry have done a fair bit of web design but not the network side of things befoe
[18:41] <eykosioux> KayGridley: you can just start by the AP guides, then continue with the webserver ones heh
[18:41] <buzzsaw> KayGridley: basicly, you need to build what you want. like eykosioux said, start with one and add the other
[18:42] <KayGridley> Ah ok, so if I have it set as an access point, and it is running the webserver, anyone looking at it's
[18:42] <KayGridley> IP address shoudl be able to access the pages on the webserver?
[18:42] <buzzsaw> KayGridley: basicly its going to do what ever you set it up to do... u
[18:43] <buzzsaw> you can.. however have the web server avalable to internal address or external
[18:43] <buzzsaw> or both
[18:43] <KayGridley> I only want this accessible to others on the pi's wifi network, the idea is very explicitly not to have it accessiing the internet
[18:44] <buzzsaw> that is all in how you setup your firewall
[18:44] <buzzsaw> like wroberts1 said, you might have a look at this http://wiki.openwrt.org/toh/raspberry_pi
[18:45] <wroberts1> eykosioux: most wifi routers only have 32MB ram, so not very much used
[18:45] <buzzsaw> KayGridley: perhaps you should be more specific on what your trying to do :-) using a rPi does not seem to be the best use as an AP
[18:45] <KayGridley> Ah brilliant thank you, google hadn't thrown that one up yet.
[18:46] * buzzsaw gets wrt54gs from the thrift shop for about $3 and loads openwrt on them...
[18:46] <KayGridley> Company I work for is throwing around the idea of running a training event where people have to respond to mock social media feeds, crisis managment type thing
[18:46] <KayGridley> Was looking at creating mock twitter feeds etc, randomly thought that playing with a pi might be fun :)
[18:47] <buzzsaw> make sure your using a good wifi device...
[18:47] <buzzsaw> not all devices work well for AP :-)
[18:47] <KayGridley> In an ideal world, a temporary wifi network serving only those pages from my webserver seemed a nice idea
[18:48] <fr0g911> whats the point of using it for an ap
[18:48] <KayGridley> Hence no need to connect to the Internet for real, and the pretty low loading it would get
[18:48] <KayGridley> We don't know what devices the delegates (8-12 of them normally) would have
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[18:48] <KayGridley> Wifi with web pages seemed the easiest way to get round compatibility issues
[18:49] <eykosioux> wroberts1: yeah that's what i thought. i've only used dd-wrt and tomato before, but openwrt being a full linux distro i imagined a larger footprint. but for the raspberry pi it could be perfect
[18:49] <eykosioux> i toyed with the idea for a while when i wanted to use it for openvpn but i thought it would be too specific down the road
[18:49] <eykosioux> freedombox was another option
[18:49] <eykosioux> being debian and all...
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[19:06] <KayGridley> Thanks the help, bye
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[19:26] <OpPoSiTe> greets
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[19:48] <phw> How can I change which framebuffer is which?
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[19:50] <kaste> phw: what do you mean by that?
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[19:50] <phw> kaste: I have multiple framebuffers, but programs usually take /dev/fb0
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[19:50] <phw> Now i want to change that /dev/fb1 is /dev/fb0 and vice versa
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[19:56] <IalexI> hi there :)
[19:57] <IalexI> this is really unbelievable .. running xchat on my rpi ;)
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[19:58] <IalexI> I would like to be able to turn my monitor off connected via hdmi, when my pi isn't used for a period of time
[19:58] <IalexI> I have found a kludge with tvservice -o / -p .. however, I am not sure how x11 can execute these commands automatically
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[20:26] <kkit> IalexI, you ought to be able to do that with DPMS
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[20:28] <kkit> IalexI, you can configure DPMS settings in xorg.conf or run various xset commands after x starts
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[20:32] <windsurf_> for some reason my duemilenova arduino serial port is found at /dev/ttyUSB0 on my Pi but the Arduino Uno is found at /dev/ttyAMA0 and the data coming through the serial port is garbled on only the Duemilenova. I can't understand why that could possibly be
[20:33] <windsurf_> why are the serial ports different even?
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[20:42] <gordonDrogon> windsurf_, because the arduinos use different USB serial interfaces.
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[20:42] <windsurf_> ok
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[20:43] <gordonDrogon> the 2009 uses an older one, the Uno a newer (& cheaper) one.
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[20:43] <windsurf_> i see thanks
[20:43] <gordonDrogon> so you get /dev/ttyUSB0 and /dev/ttyACM0. (ama0 is the Pi's on-board serial)
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[20:43] <windsurf_> seems it's a code bug in my app though for the garbled data, i'm running the software on my laptop now instead of the pi and i'm still getting bad data so i figured out the correct tty port
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[20:48] <windsurf_> lol i had a data pin plugged into the arduino tx port instead of pin 2.
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[20:49] <zleap> ouch
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[20:57] <fr0g911> i want a twinkie
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[20:58] <Litecoin> Baroness Margaret Thatcher, may ye rest in Perfect peace.
[20:59] <IalexI> kkit, I think dpms does not work for some reason
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[21:18] <shellbackpacific> Litecoin: you're British I take it? (note: I am aware that I'm pbly a minority in this room being American)
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[21:21] <gadgetoid> Hurrah! Interenet!
[21:21] <gadgetoid> Internet* even
[21:22] <pagios> anyone using c920?
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[21:41] <shellbackpacific> RaspberryPiBot: hello
[21:41] <shellbackpacific> what does the 'RaspberryPiBot' do ?
[21:41] <- *shellbackpacific* ping
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[21:47] <IT_Sean> shellbackpacific: it logs.
[21:48] * Delboy (~openwrt@2001:b68:fc00:8b08::1) Quit (Ping timeout: 264 seconds)
[21:48] <shellbackpacific> IT_Sean: are the logs retrievable/searchable via an IRC command or anything?
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[21:51] <SpeedEvil> !logs
[21:51] <shellbackpacific> !logs
[21:52] <shellbackpacific> RaspberryPiBot: !logs
[21:52] <- *shellbackpacific* !logs
[21:52] <ShiftPlusOne> nope
[21:52] <shellbackpacific> haha???i don't use IRC a lot???starting to more though
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[21:52] <- *shellbackpacific* help
[21:53] <ShiftPlusOne> https://www.google.com.au/search?hl=en&q=site:srv.datagutt1.com%20something
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[21:53] <ShiftPlusOne> if you need to search for something
[21:53] <shellbackpacific> very nice
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[22:05] <buzzsaw> oh :-) I never saw the log server :-)
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[22:05] <wasabi1> Hi folks. Anybody have any tutorials or some such on setting up Clear, or Verizon mobile broadband stuff on a Raspberry Pi? Like, is USB the best option, or?
[22:06] <buzzsaw> [22:05] <buzzsaw> oh :-) I never saw the log server :-)
[22:09] <IT_Sean> Sorry, i was afk. The link to the logs is also in the topic.
[22:10] <gadgetoid> Logs.
[22:11] <IT_Sean> Yes.
[22:11] <IT_Sean> Logs.
[22:12] <ShiftPlusOne> Hm, quite. Logs.
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[22:12] <pagios> anyone using c920?
[22:12] <bin_bash> Any ideas how to run an fsck on my sdcard in OS X?
[22:13] <IT_Sean> have you tried running fsck?
[22:13] <bin_bash> yeah but it's giving me the wrong erros
[22:13] <IT_Sean> o_O
[22:13] <IT_Sean> that's not good.
[22:13] <bin_bash> I know this is incorrect
[22:13] <bin_bash> I think it can't read the partition
[22:14] <bin_bash> ** /dev/rdisk1s2 (NO WRITE)
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[22:20] <bin_bash> it can't read ext* FS
[22:20] <bin_bash> idk what to do
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[22:22] <ShiftPlusOne> Maybe poke the mac people
[22:22] <yeik> gross.
[22:23] <ShiftPlusOne> >_<
[22:23] <kkit> bin_bash, does osx provide fsck for whatever filesystem is on your card?
[22:23] <yeik> so, I heard someone say you don't want to power a led directly from a gpio pin because the gpio pins can only push 30mA
[22:23] <bin_bash> kkit: it has fsck, but it can't read ext filesystems
[22:23] <bin_bash> the base FS is FAT, but I think the OS fs is ext3
[22:24] <ShiftPlusOne> yeik, yes, you'd generally want to limit the current with a resistor.
[22:24] <ShiftPlusOne> yeik, https://projects.drogon.net/raspberry-pi/gpio-examples/tux-crossing/gpio-examples-1-a-single-led/
[22:25] <kkit> bin_bash, sounds like you need whatever packages provide fsck.vfat and fsck.ext3
[22:25] <bin_bash> don't think OSX has that :(
[22:26] <kkit> maybe through macports or whatever
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[22:26] <yeik> ShiftPlusOne: I have a 100 ohm resistor on it
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[22:26] <bin_bash> might just reformat it. Is berryboot a good thing to try?
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[22:27] <ShiftPlusOne> bin_bash, so I hear, yes.
[22:27] <yeik> Right now I actually am using a dual flip flop powered by 5v for 2 and gpio for 1 led
[22:27] <ShiftPlusOne> 100ohm is kind of low
[22:28] <bin_bash> hmmm doesn't seem to have arch as an option
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[22:28] <yeik> could be 200 ohm, not use to the 5 band resistors.
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[22:29] <yeik> probably 200, I think ther are 1% tolerance.
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[22:32] <ShiftPlusOne> yeik, * gpio is 16mA max.
[22:32] <ShiftPlusOne> not 30
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[22:35] <yeik> 30mA combined, 16mA max per iirc
[22:36] <ShiftPlusOne> Haven't seen the 30mA figure around much, so no idea.
[22:36] <yeik> don't remember offhand. just didn't think it was a big deal to power one or two LEDs from the GPIO pins.
[22:37] <yeik> don't know how much power they generally draw though.
[22:38] <ShiftPlusOne> I think you assume a voltage drop of around 1,7V. Then (3.3-1.7)/R will give you the current drawn. I haven't looked too closely into it though, I don't know if there is some internal resistance on the pin as well, but it's safer to assume there isn't.
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[22:39] <ShiftPlusOne> so with 100ohms you would've been drawing 16mA. (Somebody correct me if I am wrong)
[22:40] <yeik> so should be really safe with 200 ohms
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[22:41] <ShiftPlusOne> Ideally, you would have the datasheet for the LED and it would say how much current it needs and you would pick a resistor to match that current.
[22:41] <buzzsaw> LED's are fun :-)
[22:41] <shellbackpacific> i love the smell of fried LEDs
[22:41] <buzzsaw> they stink when to much V is applied...
[22:42] <yeik> lol. luckily I haven't friend any yet. I did get a big bag of leds with a stack of resistors, just been using those.
[22:43] <ShiftPlusOne> Sounds like you might be frying some gpio pins on your pi first.
[22:43] <shellbackpacific> i messed around with 9v's first to understand:)
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[22:44] <yeik> been running most of the day. but I worry about those who say they want to use all 17 gpio pins for a led clock (I have seen it on forum and other places online)
[22:44] <IT_Sean> Yeah, careful with those gpio pins
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[22:45] <buzzsaw> this site has some guidelines (not set in stone) if you dont know the characteristics of your led http://ledcalculator.net/
[22:46] <yeik> for me, I will be using shift registers. so I should be safe on my gpio pins I think.
[22:47] <ShiftPlusOne> So given that the general assumption is that LEDs need 20mA, you really shouldn't be using the gpio pins directly if you want full brightness?
[22:47] <yeik> should be here tomorrow. will be more interesting when I reverse for PISO for my real project.
[22:47] * WerePotato is now known as RaycisCharles
[22:48] <buzzsaw> perhaps one of the coolest things to do with LED's :-) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S6P3jcxKh-k
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[22:49] <yeik> buzzsaw: meh, sure we could find something cooler to do
[22:50] <buzzsaw> with led's?
[22:50] <ShiftPlusOne> Nope, LED cubes are as cool as it gets.
[22:50] <buzzsaw> show me :-)
[22:50] <yeik> make a screen with them?
[22:50] <buzzsaw> bah 2d?
[22:51] * buzzsaw wants 3d!
[22:51] <yeik> who said 2d? and could be cool 2d, or 3d
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[22:51] <ShiftPlusOne> a 3d led screen? so... an LED cube then?
[22:51] <onefreeman> Enough small RGB LEDs could totally make a holocube, right? ^_^
[22:51] <buzzsaw> see :-)
[22:52] <yeik> lol
[22:52] <buzzsaw> your 3d screen is an led cube...
[22:52] <buzzsaw> one of the probelms you run into is density... the deeper you go the wider you have to make your spacing
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[23:35] <fr0g911> http://www.amazon.com/Raspberry-Pi-Oak-Case/dp/B00B6SSXAE/ref=sr_1_15?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1365456852&sr=1-15&keywords=raspberry+pi
[23:38] * lupinedk is now known as Lupinedk
[23:38] <buzzsaw> totaly used the wrong screws for that :-)
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[23:40] <chupacabra> yup
[23:40] <buzzsaw> it would have been cool to see a slip lock peg or something
[23:41] <chupacabra> you think it has wood threads? or a helicoil or sometging?
[23:42] <buzzsaw> it looks like just a hole with a nut on the other side :-)
[23:42] <chupacabra> ok. nut ok
[23:43] <chupacabra> just dont drop the hardware on a running pi
[23:44] * WerePotato is now known as GentileBen
[23:44] <buzzsaw> I still need to figure out a case for my rPi...
[23:45] * chupacabra got a couple of $4 ones
[23:45] <Litecoin> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rv5t6rC6yvg
[23:46] <Litecoin> Thachter's Last Stand against Socialism
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[23:52] <ReggieUK> but he's a liberal
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[23:53] <Xunie> Wait wait. P1-01 is a 3.3 volt power pin?
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