#raspberrypi IRC Log

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IRC Log for 2013-04-16

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[0:01] <catcher> gordonDrogon, does v2 recognize the -g flag for wfi to use the wiringpi numbers?
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[0:29] <catcher> what's the disadvantage to using the TxD / RxD pins? I'm seeing I'll lose serial connection, but I'm not quite sure what that means.
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[0:32] * linuxthefish` is now known as linuxthefish
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[0:35] <mgottschlag> catcher: using for what?
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[0:39] <catcher> for general custom use, rather than serial
[0:39] <catcher> I think I just figured it out though, it was more obvious than I expected.
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[0:40] <catcher> It just means I can't use those pins for a serial connection, it seems.
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[0:49] <Posterdati> hihi
[0:50] <Posterdati> have a problem with the crapberry-pi, ethernet stop working, LEDs are lit but connection has got 100% of packet loss with. The same config worked some weeks ago. Tx
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[0:59] <ring0> what's a crapberry?
[1:02] <\\Mr_C\\> which firmware do i need for the bcm4323 ?
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[1:09] <SophieRxx> Quiet in here today...
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[1:10] <catcher> shhh..
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[1:15] <Groupers> I feel like an idiot. I commented out my "pi" user and now I can't login. How do I fix it from Windows without just writing the default image overtop of it?
[1:17] <wroberts1> dont you have a linux box with sdcard slot?\
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[1:17] <pksato> download ext2fs for windows. and mount linux parttion, and edit etc/passwd
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[1:18] <Dagger2> presumably you could add init=/bin/sh to cmdline.txt and then uncomment the line from there
[1:18] <Groupers> Yeah I'm trying with ext2fs in win8 but the mount never sticks
[1:18] <tdy_> what made you decide to comment a line in /etc/passwd anyway?
[1:18] <Groupers> it will add a drive letter but never appears in explorer, then a refresh in the ext2 manager and it's gone
[1:18] <wroberts1> isnt raspbian ext4?
[1:18] <pksato> I dont know if theses tools works on win8.
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[1:18] <Groupers> I thought ext2fs is supposed to read/write ext4
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[1:19] <Groupers> I guess I need to install a linux distro to work on this
[1:19] <pksato> http://www.ext2fsd.com/
[1:19] <Groupers> pksato, that's what I'm trying
[1:19] <pksato> download some livecd
[1:20] <pksato> knoppix or other
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[1:21] <pksato> and, use VM like virtualbox
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[1:24] <pksato> or, boot on 'hackmode'.
[1:25] <ring0> what's hackmode?
[1:25] <pksato> open cdmline.txt on some editor, and append init=/bin/bash
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[1:33] <plugwash> then when it boots do
[1:33] <plugwash> mount -o remount,rw /
[1:33] <plugwash> passwd root
[1:33] <plugwash> (set a new password for root)
[1:33] <plugwash> exec init
[1:34] <plugwash> (the boot will then continue and you will be able to log in with the root password you just set and deal with things from there)
[1:40] <\\Mr_C\\> which firmware do i need for the bcm4323 ?
[1:40] <\\Mr_C\\> i cant get it to work alone
[1:40] <\\Mr_C\\> shows up in lsusb
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[1:42] <chithead> showing up in lsusb is not enough. lsusb -t must list a kernel driver for it
[1:42] <\\Mr_C\\> oh, sec... let me check
[1:42] <chithead> http://linuxwireless.org/en/users/Drivers/b43 suggests that bcm4323 is unsupported
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[1:45] <\\Mr_C\\> nope not in there
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[1:46] <\\Mr_C\\> oh well screw it
[1:46] <\\Mr_C\\> i got a crap load of other adapters
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[1:58] <Groupers> how can I change a user's home directory?
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[2:23] <swartzcr> hey everyone, I'm running rpi raspian on qemu and am having trouple typing
[2:23] <swartzcr> |
[2:23] <swartzcr> ahem
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[2:24] <swartzcr> typing the | character
[2:24] <swartzcr> does anyone know what the keyboard layout that it uses by default is?
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[2:32] <plugwash> most images are set up for a UK keyboard by default
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[2:33] <ring0> swartzcr, dpkg-reconfigure keyboard-configuration should do the trick
[2:34] <plugwash> unfortunately the UK keyboard has one more key than the US one and on a UK keyboard the extra key has the pipe symbol on it :(
[2:35] <swartzcr> I noticed (looking at google images of uk keyboards)
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[2:38] <plugwash> It basically makes it impractical to import laptops from the USA :(
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[2:38] <plugwash> because if you try and use a UK configuration on a US keyboard you are missing two important symbols
[2:38] <plugwash> and if you stick with the US configuration the keyboard will be unfamiliar and you will be missing the ?? sign :(
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[2:43] <swartzcr> what? US keyboards have ?'s
[2:43] <SophieRxx> Cannot be doing without the ?? !
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[2:52] <hdevalence> Does anyone know of a small ARM board like the RPi, but with a Mali 600 series GPU ?
[2:52] <hdevalence> Or any other GPU that supports OpenCL
[2:53] <Triffid_Hunter> mali supports opencl now? nice
[2:53] <Groupers> Anyone running CPanel alternatives on their rpi? webmin/zpanel/etc
[2:55] <pksato> hdevalence: you check odroid boards?
[2:58] <hdevalence> hmm, looks like they have mali 400s
[3:00] * [Saint] has 2 0droid boards.
[3:00] <[Saint]> they're quite nice.
[3:00] <[Saint]> bah - odroid
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[3:00] * plugwash has an odriod U2, seems like a pretty nice device
[3:01] <plugwash> though it would be much nicer if it had SATA
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[3:01] <hdevalence> looks like I'm out of luck -- the only board I can find costs 250$
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[3:03] <hdevalence> sort of crappy we can't use the rpi gpu for anything else
[3:03] <swartzcr> has anyone messed with plymouth on rpi?
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[3:13] <Armand> My uncle messes with an rPi in Plymouth...
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[3:47] <chupacabra> how many can they sell? course we all have 2 or more!
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[3:55] <swartzcr> does anyone know if the GPU driver on rpi supports kernel mode setting?
[3:56] <swartzcr> or, like the name of the driver so that I can better google it?
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[3:57] <Armand> chupacabra, I only have 1 right now.. looking at buying another 59.
[3:57] <Tenkawa> i have 2 pondering going to 4
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[3:57] <Tenkawa> distcc/ccache cluster
[3:58] <Armand> I'm looking at buying groups of 6.. I can't put down the money for 59 in one hit. :P
[3:58] <KiltedPi> wow
[3:58] <KiltedPi> Bomb went off in USA tonight guys?
[3:58] <KiltedPi> In Boston?
[3:58] <Armand> 3 ^
[3:58] <swartzcr> right across the river
[3:58] <Tenkawa> this afternoo
[3:58] <Tenkawa> n
[3:58] <KiltedPi> I'm in UK, Scotland here.
[3:58] <swartzcr> well, from me at least
[3:58] <KiltedPi> I hope you are all well..
[3:58] <KiltedPi> Trying -not- to jump to conclusions
[3:58] <KiltedPi> but-
[3:58] <Armand> I'm in NJ soon.. hoping nothing happens. :/
[3:59] <KiltedPi> There been any fundie nutters claiming responsibility?
[3:59] <KiltedPi> Is it a holiday?
[3:59] <swartzcr> not afaik
[3:59] <KiltedPi> Like thanksgiving or something? i don't know
[3:59] <swartzcr> it is, it's patriots day
[3:59] <Armand> That's November.
[3:59] <swartzcr> in Boston, for the Marathon
[3:59] <Armand> ^ Thanks-giving is November. :P
[3:59] <Armand> If I remember correctly.
[3:59] <swartzcr> also tax day
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[4:00] <swartzcr> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Patriots'_Day
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[4:02] <swartzcr> but hey, anyone know about kms?
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[4:03] <Tenkawa> which kms?
[4:04] <swartzcr> I want to know if the videocard driver has kernel mode setting support
[4:04] <swartzcr> because I want to use plymouth to change my splash screen
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[4:04] <swartzcr> http://wiki.debian.org/plymouth
[4:04] <Tenkawa> ahhhh
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[4:05] <swartzcr> but step one of that is to edit /etc/initramfs-tools/modules to add modesetting
[4:05] <RIFLEISFINE> aww yee, gonna build some kind of NES abortion thing
[4:05] <Armand> O_o
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[4:05] * RIFLEISFINE grabs glock 17
[4:05] <RIFLEISFINE> heel nah, this my baby
[4:06] <Armand> I have to enquire as to what you mean by "abortion" ?
[4:06] <RIFLEISFINE> i will abort the NES and add a raspberry pu
[4:06] <Armand> Because.. that sounds awful.
[4:06] <ParkerR> Decomission is a better word
[4:06] <Armand> Why? You could fit 4/8 rPi in one NES box.. seems like a waste.
[4:06] <RIFLEISFINE> because its my first build
[4:07] <Armand> Adding extra gubbins ?
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[4:07] <RIFLEISFINE> and i dont know where to get a hollowed out GBA
[4:07] <Armand> lol
[4:07] <Armand> spare casings on ebay?
[4:07] <ParkerR> Step one buy a GBA
[4:07] <ParkerR> Step two hollow out GBA
[4:07] <RIFLEISFINE> except my GBA, and im not neutering it
[4:07] <RIFLEISFINE> NO, THATS MY BABY
[4:08] <ParkerR> Notice I said buy one :P Could be broken
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[4:08] <RIFLEISFINE> nah, i want one to emulate on my TV
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[4:08] <ParkerR> As much as I loved my original GBA the lack of backlight moved me to better things
[4:08] <KiltedPi> Yeah.
[4:08] <RIFLEISFINE> my GBA SP is my baby
[4:09] <KiltedPi> Its silly really, just run an emulator
[4:09] <ParkerR> And the front lit SP is meh. Thats what I have
[4:09] <RIFLEISFINE> NO
[4:09] <KiltedPi> I've never rly understood keeping the old hardwarre
[4:09] <Triffid_Hunter> I have an original gameboy, still works perfectly
[4:09] <RIFLEISFINE> because its amazing
[4:09] <Armand> RIFLEISFINE, http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/New-Replacement-Full-Shell-Housing-Case-FOR-Game-Boy-Advance-GBA-Black-UK-/170878087833?pt=UK_Mobiles_Accessories_RL&hash=item27c920b299
[4:09] <ParkerR> Very late in the SP run they made backlit versions
[4:10] <RIFLEISFINE> i woudl just use it as a case, as i cant find a screen that fits
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[4:10] <Armand> I'm looking at a small case for the GBA SP.
[4:10] <RIFLEISFINE> case for it? why, its nearly indestructible
[4:10] <RIFLEISFINE> mine was
[4:10] <RIFLEISFINE> still is
[4:10] <Armand> For an rPi project..
[4:12] <ParkerR> One game mainly stays in the SP for me: Castlevania: Circle of the moon
[4:12] <RIFLEISFINE> oh, the GBA SP shell
[4:12] <RIFLEISFINE> will a RPi fit in a GBA SP?
[4:12] <ParkerR> It'd be tight
[4:12] <RIFLEISFINE> but it will?
[4:12] <ParkerR> I have no clue
[4:13] <ParkerR> *It'd be tight if it does at all
[4:13] <RIFLEISFINE> for sure
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[4:13] <RIFLEISFINE> i dont know how to make a game pad work for a GBA
[4:13] <Armand> http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/NEW-BLACK-HARD-SHELL-TRAVEL-CASE-for-NINTENDO-GAME-BOY-ADVANCE-gba-SP-Console-/171006564049?pt=UK_Video_Games_Cases_Bags&hash=item27d0c916d1
[4:14] <ParkerR> Just had a glorious idea. USB gamepads made from old controllers and portable consoles
[4:14] <ParkerR> Or even add bluetooth to make them wireless
[4:15] <ParkerR> So you have the feel of the old controller/console (I now the old controller to USB is way more popular)
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[4:16] <RIFLEISFINE> thats what i was doing with the NES
[4:16] <RIFLEISFINE> http://www.amazon.com/Classic-USB-NES-Controller-PC/dp/B002YVD3KM
[4:16] <RIFLEISFINE> for this
[4:17] <ParkerR> But imagine that with old handheld consoles. A great way to repurpose broken consoles
[4:20] <RIFLEISFINE> if i could figure out how to make the gamepad work, we could
[4:21] <RIFLEISFINE> maybe use those NES ones for original gameboys?
[4:21] <RIFLEISFINE> hack em up and put the buttons in them?
[4:24] <RIFLEISFINE> a game boy color case looks like it would work
[4:24] <RIFLEISFINE> http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Ice-Blue-Full-Housing-Shell-for-Nintendo-Gameboy-Color-replacement-shell-tools-/281081807444?pt=US_Video_Gaming_Replacement_Parts_Tools&hash=item4171c80254
[4:25] <ParkerR> Neat
[4:25] <ParkerR> Would be easier to find broken ones.
[4:25] <ParkerR> Would already have the buttons and some wiring
[4:25] <RIFLEISFINE> for 10 dollars you get the tools and stuff too
[4:25] <RIFLEISFINE> and it looks like it would fit the USB NES controller
[4:25] <RIFLEISFINE> so ill try that after i get my PI
[4:26] <ParkerR> Well I personally would get an atmega chip and make my own little board
[4:26] <ParkerR> They can be programmed as USB HID devices
[4:27] <RIFLEISFINE> i cant do that because i suck at that, so ill try my way
[4:30] <RIFLEISFINE> found some broken one, dont know if it is for sale
[4:30] <RIFLEISFINE> WAIT, FORGOT
[4:30] <RIFLEISFINE> screen :P
[4:30] <RIFLEISFINE> what are we gonna use for a screen?
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[4:32] <ParkerR> What do you mean?
[4:32] <ParkerR> It would just be a USB controller for a conputer
[4:32] <ParkerR> Or whatnot
[4:32] <RIFLEISFINE> no, i could rig a gamepad
[4:33] <RIFLEISFINE> but like a screen where the regular screen goes
[4:33] <RIFLEISFINE> that would fit
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[4:33] <ParkerR> Well a USB controller doesnt really need a screen
[4:34] <RIFLEISFINE> nah, for the GBC emulator thing
[4:34] <RIFLEISFINE> i found a shell
[4:34] <RIFLEISFINE> but have no clue what screen would work with it
[4:34] <RIFLEISFINE> i suppose it could just be a case
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[4:37] <RIFLEISFINE> whats the other video port called on the PI? besides the HDMI?
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[4:37] <chupacabra> analog
[4:38] <ParkerR> Composite
[4:38] <RIFLEISFINE> tooooo, what is the red, yellow and white called?
[4:38] <RIFLEISFINE> THANKS
[4:38] <chupacabra> rca plug
[4:38] <chupacabra> s
[4:38] <ParkerR> Y W R is composite and R G B is comonent
[4:39] <ParkerR> *component
[4:41] <RIFLEISFINE> are there any cords that turn analog to composite?
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[4:41] <ParkerR> Analog is coaxial
[4:41] <RIFLEISFINE> coaxial to composite, gotcha
[4:41] <ParkerR> Needs an RF modulator for composite to coaxial
[4:42] <ParkerR> They are easy to find and very cheap
[4:42] <chupacabra> i use the analog plugs
[4:42] <chupacabra> old tv
[4:43] <chupacabra> straight from the pi
[4:43] <RIFLEISFINE> screw it, im going to go for HDMI to RCA
[4:43] <ParkerR> Eww
[4:43] <chupacabra> ya
[4:44] <ParkerR> RCA is like max res of 720x480
[4:44] <chupacabra> most anything has rca plugs
[4:44] <RIFLEISFINE> just something that can make the PI output RCA?
[4:44] <chupacabra> that is what I get
[4:44] <chupacabra> 720x480
[4:44] <ParkerR> RIFLEISFINE, It does already
[4:45] <ParkerR> Thats the yellow plug
[4:45] <chupacabra> ya
[4:45] <RIFLEISFINE> facepalm
[4:45] <RIFLEISFINE> all i need is an extender
[4:45] <chupacabra> clearer on this tv than the tuner
[4:46] <RIFLEISFINE> yellow is the video, corrrect?
[4:46] <chupacabra> yup
[4:47] <RIFLEISFINE> kk
[4:47] <RIFLEISFINE> anyone have a suggestion for an extender?
[4:47] <RIFLEISFINE> for the RCA?
[4:47] <ParkerR> Just a lain ole rca cable
[4:47] <ParkerR> *plain
[4:47] <chupacabra> make sure the tv is looking for that input
[4:47] <RIFLEISFINE> kk
[4:47] <ParkerR> http://www.taiwanconnector.com.img.800cdn.com/RCA%203m%20pic.jpg
[4:48] <RIFLEISFINE> thank you kind sirrrr
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[4:50] <RIFLEISFINE> coo
[4:50] <RIFLEISFINE> alright, now i need to order my PI
[4:50] <RIFLEISFINE> probably tomorrow
[4:50] <RIFLEISFINE> how long does shipping usually take?
[4:51] <ParkerR> Element14 for me had a shipping estimate of like 3 weeks. Was here in 5 days
[4:51] <ParkerR> They said they were going to ship out in 3 weeks
[4:51] <RIFLEISFINE> nice
[4:51] <RIFLEISFINE> was planning on buying from them anyway
[4:51] <ParkerR> Longest 5 days ever XD
[4:52] <RIFLEISFINE> hah
[4:52] <RIFLEISFINE> soooo, GBC build or NES build?
[4:52] <ParkerR> Laptop build :P
[4:53] <RIFLEISFINE> hah, not yet
[4:53] <RIFLEISFINE> im leaning GBC
[4:53] <RIFLEISFINE> pretty cheap to do
[4:53] <ParkerR> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N0hc_z1L03Q
[4:54] <RIFLEISFINE> what client are you using?
[4:54] <ParkerR> Cleint?
[4:54] <RIFLEISFINE> for IRC?
[4:54] <ParkerR> Oh that was weechat iirc
[4:55] <ParkerR> Oh
[4:55] <ParkerR> xchat
[4:55] <RIFLEISFINE> k
[4:55] <ParkerR> Havent looked at the video in a while XD
[4:56] <RIFLEISFINE> aww yea, gonna set up GBC carts as USB drives
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[5:16] <eanemaAtHome> does anyone here know about using the GPIO pins? I'm trying to get GPIO00 and GPIO01 to work as outputs... doesn't seem to want to work for me... any thoughts?
[5:17] <shiftplusone> you have to say what you've done (pastebin the code) and describe in what way it doesn't work.
[5:19] <eanemaAtHome> no no, no code, I'm just using linux GPIO driver. echo "0" > /sys/class/gpio/export; echo "out" > /sys/class/gpio/gpio0/direction; echo "0" > /sys/class/gpio/gpio0/value
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[5:20] <shiftplusone> Not too sure about that, but hang around. Someone should know.
[5:20] <eanemaAtHome> i measure the voltage on P1-03 - the voltage remains at 3.3v regardless of the state I output to the gpio/value
[5:20] <eanemaAtHome> cool, thanks :)
[5:21] <shiftplusone> It's the channel's nap time though, so if you don't get an answer try again later.
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[5:21] <eanemaAtHome> haha, I noticed it was a bit quite in here, whats with the silence?
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[5:22] <shiftplusone> I think the majority of active users are in the UK and it's like 4AM there.
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[5:23] <eanemaAtHome> hrm, well that makes sense
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[5:38] <RIFLEISFINE> im on
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[5:38] <RIFLEISFINE> anyone have a dead gameboy that they dont want?
[5:38] <RIFLEISFINE> ill buy
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[5:38] <eanemaAtHome> ebay?
[5:38] <RIFLEISFINE> ehhh
[5:39] <RIFLEISFINE> there is one, but it works
[5:39] <eanemaAtHome> damn! hehe
[5:39] <RIFLEISFINE> i dont want to kill one
[5:39] <RIFLEISFINE> i want a dead one
[5:39] <RIFLEISFINE> im building some weird emulatorboy thing
[5:39] <RIFLEISFINE> it will be cool
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[5:40] <eanemaAtHome> hehe, whats it do? I was never too into game boy...
[5:40] <RIFLEISFINE> well, im going to put a raspberry PI in it
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[5:41] <RIFLEISFINE> and rig it so the game carts have a USB drive in them
[5:41] <RIFLEISFINE> the drives will have emulators and different games
[5:41] <RIFLEISFINE> want SNES games? put in the SNES cart
[5:41] <RIFLEISFINE> boom, snes games
[5:41] <eanemaAtHome> ah, gotcha
[5:42] <RIFLEISFINE> and i have a GBA SP, but that is my baby
[5:42] <eanemaAtHome> much more computing power than a game boy
[5:42] <RIFLEISFINE> i would never
[5:42] <RIFLEISFINE> EVER
[5:42] <eanemaAtHome> heh
[5:42] <RIFLEISFINE> do anything to it
[5:42] <RIFLEISFINE> unless it died
[5:42] <RIFLEISFINE> then i would take it apart
[5:42] <eanemaAtHome> than all bets are off
[5:42] <RIFLEISFINE> yes
[5:42] <RIFLEISFINE> brb
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[5:43] <RIFLEISFINE> back, grabbed the gameboys
[5:43] <RIFLEISFINE> will a PI fit in a GBA SP?
[5:44] <RIFLEISFINE> i dont think it would
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[5:46] <RIFLEISFINE> but it will in an original one, so i need one
[5:46] <RIFLEISFINE> also, i would play minecraft on it
[5:47] <eanemaAtHome> ya, probably wouldn;t fit in an a GBA
[5:49] <RIFLEISFINE> the original gameboy ill just right the battery compartment to house the USB drive
[5:50] <eanemaAtHome> do you know about the interface to the display on the original gameboy? OR are you just planing on replacing it with a new screen?
[5:50] <RIFLEISFINE> 1. no and 2 no
[5:50] <eanemaAtHome> fair enough
[5:50] <RIFLEISFINE> 2 maybe if i cou.... no
[5:50] <RIFLEISFINE> people have
[5:51] <RIFLEISFINE> i cant
[5:51] <RIFLEISFINE> but ill use the coaxial
[5:51] <RIFLEISFINE> and hook it up to TVs and such
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[5:52] <RIFLEISFINE> IN DEXTERS LABRATORYYYYY, THERE WAS THE SMARTEST BOY YOU'VE EVER SEEN
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[5:52] <RIFLEISFINE> *SEEEEEEEEN
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[5:52] <RIFLEISFINE> IT WAS DOOM AND GLOOM AND THINGS GO BOOOOOOOM, IN DEXTEEEERRRSSSS LAAAAAAAAB
[5:54] <RIFLEISFINE> yess
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[5:59] <RIFLEISFINE> ya know what, im just gonna go with a NES build
[5:59] <RIFLEISFINE> easier
[6:00] <RIFLEISFINE> or, i dont know
[6:00] <eanemaAtHome> if your not going to use the display NES would probably be cooler
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[6:00] <RIFLEISFINE> yea, thats what i was thinking
[6:01] <RIFLEISFINE> replace the controller ports with USB and use USB controllers
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[6:01] <RIFLEISFINE> then i could make the carts be USB drives
[6:01] <eanemaAtHome> you could put EVERY cart on a single USB drive
[6:02] <RIFLEISFINE> that is a lot of money
[6:02] <RIFLEISFINE> in USB drives and carts
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[6:04] <eanemaAtHome> You only need 1 USB drive and that single USB drive could hold EVERY ROM image you could imagine. Each ROM is <1MB
[6:04] <RIFLEISFINE> oh, i though you meant put one ROM per cart
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[6:06] <RIFLEISFINE> i was like "YOU CRAZY FOO"
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[6:06] <RIFLEISFINE> but yea, i could put a lot on one cart
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[6:40] <draigInLove> sup i just got an rpi
[6:40] <A124> Hm.
[6:41] <A124> Pi is slow xD
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[6:52] <draigInLove> lol yeah
[6:52] <draigInLove> so I'm thinking raspbian < archlinux
[6:53] <draigInLove> idk i got it to use as a set top box and to tucker with
[6:54] <draigInLove> i thought it would be at least as snappy as an iPhone 4
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[6:55] <draigInLove> so any suggestions to make the pi faster?
[6:56] <draigInLove> it has no cooling so idk if i want to oerclock it
[6:57] <draigInLove> ping
[6:59] <A124> draigInLove: Add heatsink, overclock
[6:59] <draigInLove> so are there other lines that work on it?
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[6:59] <draigInLove> grr autocorrect
[7:00] <A124> lines?
[7:00] <A124> http://www.ebay.com/itm/Raspberry-Pi-Heatsink-Set-100-Forged-Copper-/160983675178
[7:01] <A124> With this you can (possibly and at your own risk) probably go 1GHz without problem
[7:01] <A124> Maybe even 1.1
[7:01] <A124> I would not go over 1GHz though
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[7:06] <\\Mr_C\\> do i need allow-hotplug for the eth0?
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[7:09] <xcadaverx> Could someone help me with this? I'm not sure why but my Raspberry pi is crashing and putting me in this mode. It says "entering kbd" and i cannot use my USB keyboard afterwards. nothing responds and i have to restart my Pi to get it working again. How can i troubleshoot this further?
[7:09] <xcadaverx> link helps i suppose: http://i49.tinypic.com/6dwe3k.jpg
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[7:10] <\\Mr_C\\> xcadaverx: looks like your dns isnt set
[7:10] <\\Mr_C\\> whats your power supply amperage?
[7:11] <xcadaverx> It does seem to only crash on high network load too - i could be wrong about this though.
[7:11] <\\Mr_C\\> whats your power supply amperage?
[7:11] <xcadaverx> mostly seems to crash when using sabnzbd
[7:11] <xcadaverx> should be 5V 1.4A
[7:12] <xcadaverx> i think they're 10W USB plugs. then i have a powered USB hub, and a powered USB HD
[7:12] <\\Mr_C\\> try it alone first
[7:12] <\\Mr_C\\> just keyboard and network
[7:13] <xcadaverx> It seems to work fine - but i'm powering a USB drive for storage. I've tried many different power supplies
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[7:16] <\\Mr_C\\> i think most issues come from power situations
[7:20] <xcadaverx> I just don't understand why the USB drive would matter if its being powered separately? O_o
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[7:39] <xcadaverx> thanks for the help \\Mr_C\\. gonna try to see if sabnzbd can run for a while without the usbhub
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[8:24] <NetBat> mrning Pi pickers
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[8:56] <xcadaverx> hi, i'm using arch linux. systemd is telling me that sabnzbd is giving me a core dump. How can i find out more information on why this is happening? Here is the output of systemd: http://pastie.org/7596925
[9:01] <shiftplusone> You could try #archlinux-arm as well. Though this is a general linux question, so you can ask pretty much anywhere. It's just that this channel is a bit quiet around this time.
[9:02] <xcadaverx> shiftplusone: i'll try there as well, thanks.
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[9:53] <[Saint]> Can I ask the lazy-web to do a dump of /proc/config.gz for me please?
[9:53] <[Saint]> "zcat /proc/config.gz > .config"
[9:53] <[Saint]> then upload the resultant file to <insert_host_here>
[9:54] * [Saint] always kinda like datafilehost.com
[9:54] <[Saint]> *liked
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[9:56] <maumushi> [Saint]: if you want i can do it
[9:56] <[Saint]> I'd do it myself, but I'm ages away from a Pi and I can't reace any of mine from here for some reason.
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[9:56] <[Saint]> *can't reach
[9:58] <[Saint]> Oh....wooo! My home network is back up.
[9:58] <[Saint]> Yay.
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[10:00] <cscazorla> Hello
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[10:01] <maumushi> [Saint]: do you still need the .config?
[10:01] <cscazorla> Regarding the media centres' projects in Raspberry Pi, is it powered enhough to run videos in HD mode (720p and 1080)
[10:01] <[Saint]> maumushi: No, its fine, thankyou.
[10:03] <[Saint]> cscazorla: yes.
[10:04] <[Saint]> the Mali 400 GPU is more than enough for 720/1080p
[10:04] <cscazorla> Thank you [Saint]
[10:05] <cscazorla> Which media center software would you recommend? Raspbmc?
[10:05] <[Saint]> Yes - I use it at home.
[10:06] <cscazorla> Does it support subtitles?
[10:06] <[Saint]> Yes.
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[10:07] <cscazorla> and is it able to read movies/shows from the USB or does it need to stream them from WiFi?
[10:08] <[Saint]> Yes, it can play media from a removable device, or a network share.
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[10:08] <Triffid_Hunter> cscazorla: are you new to linux? it can play streams or files, which covers basically everything incl. network filesystems ;)
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[10:09] <cscazorla> Thank you very much [Saint] and Triffid_Hunter :)
[10:10] <Triffid_Hunter> cscazorla: I've never played anything from the local disk on my rpi, only from streams or network filesystems (sshfs)
[10:10] <Triffid_Hunter> not that the player has any idea about network filesystems, I just point it at a file and let the kernel handle it
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[13:19] <BlueMint> What's difference between the arduino GPIO and the RPi's GPIO?
[13:20] <Triffid_Hunter> BlueMint: arduino gpio is 5v and very robust. RPi gpio is 3.3v and quite delicate
[13:20] <BlueMint> Triffid_Hunter, thanks :) Any difference between the PWM?
[13:21] <Triffid_Hunter> BlueMint: also, the RPi sucks at any sort of hard realtime signal generation unless you can work out how to use a hardware timer or something for it
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[13:22] <mgottschlag> the rpi only has one pwm channl
[13:22] <mgottschlag> *channel
[13:22] <BlueMint> So they go quite well together?
[13:22] <Triffid_Hunter> BlueMint: yes, they will complement each other very nicely
[13:22] <BlueMint> \o/
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[13:52] <DeliriumTremens> My Rasperry Pi shirt even /SMELLS/ like britain.
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[14:00] <Armand> You washed it in the Thames ? O.o
[14:00] <mumbles> my hdmi to vga adaptor has arived and working
[14:00] <Armand> Wondered what that awful stench was...
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[14:00] * DeliriumTremens wafts it around
[14:01] <DeliriumTremens> it better fit
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[14:01] <DeliriumTremens> i know the sizes over there tend to run a bit smaller
[14:01] <Armand> ?
[14:02] <DeliriumTremens> the last time i tried on a Large shirt in/from the other side of the pond, it was really small
[14:02] <DeliriumTremens> myabe it's the expectation that americans are fat as hell
[14:02] <Armand> ^ ++
[14:02] <Armand> lol
[14:02] <Armand> I'll be there soon, so I'll see for myself. :P
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[14:05] <DeliriumTremens> if i wasnt so lazy i would go try it on
[14:05] <DeliriumTremens> but i am so i wont
[14:06] <Armand> lol
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[14:07] <Armand> .o/
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[14:31] <mumbles> my hdmi to vga lead has arived
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[14:45] <Jck_true> mumbles: If it's just a lead it won't work with the raspberry..
[14:46] <Jck_true> It has to be active
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[14:53] <Grievre> When I poweroff my raspberry pi it automatically reboots after a while. I don't want this.
[14:53] <Grievre> I think it happens with both of my Pis, with fresh raspbian installs
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[14:54] <nid0> how are you powering it down
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[15:03] <Grievre> nid0: "poweroff"
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[15:06] <nid0> its probably whatever device is powering it cycling power off and on again, the pi doesnt just turn itself back on when shutdown
[15:06] <pksato> Grievre: after poweroff process, need to unplug micro usb from PSU, or off PSU. RPi dont have a power control circuit.
[15:06] <mumbles> Jck_true: its one of http://www.amazon.com/Cable-Adapter-Power-free-Raspberry-Support/dp/B0088K7QUQ/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1366117581&sr=8-1&keywords=raspberry+pi+hdmi+to+vga
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[15:07] <pksato> But, after power off, RPi enter in 'deep sleep mode'. I dont know if self return from this state.
[15:08] <mumbles> which works
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[15:08] <pksato> nid0: try with shutdown -h now
[15:08] <nid0> a pi will only wake up from halt if the reset jumper's crossed or power is cycled
[15:09] <Jck_true> mumbles: Wow that was cheap - The smallest I've founded started at 20USD
[15:09] <pksato> ops, mistake nick.
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[15:11] <mumbles> Jck_true: yeh i think thats gone down in price from the one i brought
[15:13] <Jck_true> Stupid eBay resellers... 5.30USD for 2 x heatsinks... I brought 8 for less than half of that
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[15:14] <mumbles> you due have to look around
[15:14] <mumbles> having to do updates
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[15:18] <BlueMint> Should plugging in just my ethernet cable to my RPi do something?
[15:18] <jelly1> usaully it does
[15:18] <kaste> no if you mean blinking lights
[15:19] <kaste> the nic doesn't show link status unfortunately
[15:19] <BlueMint> Like without the SD card sorry
[15:19] <pksato> BlueMint: only ethernet cable, no even micro usb cable connected to power supply?
[15:19] <BlueMint> Power suply AND HDMI too lol
[15:20] <pksato> ethernet cable connectec to a switch or other device, lit link led.
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[15:21] <pksato> FDX and 100MB too.
[15:21] <pksato> if in these modes.
[15:21] <BlueMint> I made mine go straight from my laptop to the RPi...
[15:21] <BlueMint> Nope?
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[15:23] <IT_Sean> BlueMint, without an SD card? With no SD card, the Pi will not do a darned thing.
[15:24] <kaste> well you can see that it works but it won't boot anything without sd unfortunately
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[15:26] <RedMint> Sorry, I timed out
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[15:31] <pksato> class4 SD is too slow...
[15:31] <Viper-7> define too slow
[15:32] <chithead> some class4 cards are better than some class10 cards
[15:32] <pksato> take long time to do aptitude full-upgrade. :)
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[15:34] <pksato> apt/dpkg is slow too.
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[16:03] <Jck_true> pksato: Do you have a million packages installed?
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[16:07] <pksato> million no, only some bilions. :) (starndar raspbian)
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[16:17] <mumbles> runs the xbmc make file.
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[17:24] <cjdavies> I know the Edimax EW-7811Un is very popular among Pi users so I figured somebody here might know - does it work with Android?
[17:24] <cjdavies> it's a Realtek RTL8188CUS underneath, but google isn't returning much
[17:24] <cjdavies> apart from a dodgy looking alibaba page that claims that it works with 'the Android OS' but provides no details
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[17:33] <dddh> cjdavies: do you have Android running on your Pi?
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[17:45] <kaste> is that possible?
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[17:49] <Geniack> it all comes down to your own effort
[17:51] <kaste> as in has anybody reported they successfully did this
[17:51] <Geniack> what was the question?
[17:51] <cjdavies> dddh: this isn't for a Pi, I just asked here because I know that lots of Pi owners have experience with the EW-7811Un
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[17:52] <cjdavies> I'm trying to work out whether I can get it to work with an ODROID-U2 --> http://www.hardkernel.com/renewal_2011/products/prdt_info.php?g_code=G135341370451
[17:53] <dddh> cjdavies: did you already order odroid-u2?
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[17:56] <Geniack> kaste?
[17:56] <dddh> cjdavies: I am going to order it too, sooner or later
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[18:01] <cjdavies> dddh: not yet, I'm trying to work out whether I should order the RTL8191SU wifi adaptor from them or whether I can use a EW-7811Un
[18:02] <cjdavies> the benefit of the EW-7811Un is that it's so tiny, though I guess there are probably also RTL8191SU adaptors that don't have a large external aerial like the one that odroid sell
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[18:11] <dddh> cjdavies: I want to know how fast do they ship :/
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[18:18] <Cheery> Wayland got raspberry pi backend recently
[18:18] <cjdavies> dddh: usually when I get deliveries from Asia (I live in Europe) the delay is with my own county's customs
[18:18] <Cheery> This means I'm going to install wayland on my raspberry pi machine
[18:19] <Cheery> I wonder which way it hurts least
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[18:19] <cjdavies> I just got some vinyl from Japan which took about 2 or 3 days to reach the UK, but then spent nearly a week getting to me through customs & redlivery
[18:21] <dddh> heh
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[18:22] <cjdavies> think I will just order the RTL8191SU from odroid anyway, it's only another $12
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[18:23] <eggy> cjdavies: I would, I have the EW-7811Un... its 'okay'
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[18:25] <cjdavies> eggy: I already have a EW-7811Un, I was just curious whether it works with Android
[18:25] <eggy> oh, gottcha
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[18:26] <eggy> that I wouldn't know, haven't tried android on my pi (no need, as I have other android devices)
[18:26] <cjdavies> I found an old forum post that revealed that the EW-7811Un chipset has been used in some off-brand android tablet before
[18:27] <cjdavies> but the driver was probably bespoke compiled by the manufacturer & built into the ROM, rather than being supported by the generic android kernel
[18:27] <cjdavies> guess I should just order the stuff & tinker :)
[18:27] <eggy> it works out of the box for raspbian ;)
[18:28] <cjdavies> yeah, but the kernel used by debian/raspbian & the kernel used by android aren't the same ;)
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[18:28] <cjdavies> my pi has raspbian installed on it, but it's not doing anything atm
[18:28] <clever> cjdavies: they are actualy very similar
[18:29] <clever> cjdavies: you only need to enable a few android options in menuconfig
[18:29] <clever> and they dont harm normal linux any, so you could run rasbian on the android kernel
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[18:29] <KayGridley> Afternoon all
[18:30] <cjdavies> hm, I guess it shouldn't be too difficult to extract the driver from the pi linux kernel & build a custom android kernel for the odroid with the driver included
[18:30] <cjdavies> been a few years since I compiled a kernel rather than using binaries though :)
[18:30] * cjdavies used to be a ck patchset kernel hipster
[18:30] <clever> cjdavies: ive run the unmodified rpi kernel on my pi, with the android options enabled
[18:31] <clever> and it booted CM7 without any issues
[18:31] <cjdavies> I'm talking about using an ODROID-U2 though, not a pi
[18:31] <KayGridley> Anyone any idea what rules I'd need to put in iptables where I've got incoming connections on wlan0 but the webserver is the pi itself? Sorry totally confused by now
[18:31] <clever> cjdavies: just find any linux kernel source that works on the odroid
[18:32] <clever> cjdavies: it should be relatively simple to enable android in that, once linux is working
[18:32] <cjdavies> yeah, I guess it shouldn't be that complex in practise
[18:32] <clever> even if its just a bare busybox binary in an initrd
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[18:32] <wroberts1> clever: i thought android crashed alot, partly due to lack of page flipping on frame buffer
[18:33] <clever> wroberts1: the rpi kernel source supports page flipping completely
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[18:33] <clever> the razdroid fork of it has the page flipping broken
[18:33] <clever> the problem, is somewhere within gralloc, when page flipping does work, something else screws up
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[18:40] <mumbles> now do i try and install xbmc on rasbairun again if this make fails or do i just put the package to my other sd card
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[18:49] <Encrypt> Hi everybody!
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[18:49] <KayGridley> Hi encrypt
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[18:49] <Encrypt> Do you know whether the GPIO power supply (5V) stops just after shutdown or before shutdown?
[18:50] <Encrypt> (during shutdown)
[18:50] <Encrypt> It would be wonderful to know it stops after shutdown :??
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[18:52] <IT_Sean> Encrypt, it does not
[18:52] <Encrypt> Never ? :(
[18:52] <IT_Sean> Not 'till you unplug the Pi.
[18:52] * ShadowJK would think no power supplies stop ever
[18:53] <Encrypt> And as far as GPIO outputs are concerned?
[18:53] <IT_Sean> If the Pi is being supplied w/ 5v, that pin will have 5v on it.
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[18:53] <IT_Sean> The 5v pin is NOT switched.
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[18:55] <ShadowJK> I guess only if you through software switch off a gpio during shutdown
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[18:59] <KayGridley> Anyone know why the fix at http://sirlagz.net/2012/08/09/how-to-use-the-raspberry-pi-as-a-wireless-access-pointrouter-part-1/ wouldn't be working?
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[19:00] <KayGridley> When I switch the pi on wlan0 doesn't get the static ip that has been assigned to it in interfaces
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[19:00] <mumbles> anyone followed http://www.raspbian.org/RaspbianXBMC
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[19:00] <IT_Sean> ShadowJK, the 5V pin on the GPIO header is connected to the 5V input. If the 5V input socket is live, that pin is live.
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[19:09] <BurtyB> IT_Sean, via the polyfuse it's connected unless you don't have one
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[19:11] <KayGridley> Np found the answer
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[19:14] <chupacabra> KayGridley, what was it. I have that problem.
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[19:27] <kaste> Geniack I was asking wether anyone here actually compiled an android her/himself for the pi and made it work
[19:28] <kaste> I saw the razdroid page but from what I read the build on top of the released firmware was dead slow and the 'improved' firmware wasn't released
[19:29] <clever> kaste: i have compiled CM7 following a guide on a wiki somewhere
[19:29] <clever> the razdroid kernel fork has broken page flipping, but otherwise works for the most part
[19:30] <kaste> OK, is it usable?
[19:30] <clever> page flipping works 100% if you just use the stock rpi kernel source, and enable the right android options
[19:30] <clever> just moving the mouse used up 100% cpu power
[19:30] <clever> and the lock screen keeps timing out and locking the system, before i can unlock it
[19:30] <clever> took 3 reboots before i could move the mouse that far and unlock it :P
[19:31] <clever> there is a strange bug within gralloc, if i do fix page flipping, it draws black to the entire screen
[19:31] <kaste> thanks that says a lot :)
[19:32] <clever> the razdroid kernel has a bug that causes page flipping to fail for any resolution over 600 pixels tall
[19:32] <clever> so composite out and 800x600 do support page flipping (which triggers the gralloc bug)
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[19:42] <dddh> how to set temperature to turn off overclocking?
[19:42] <shiftplusone> change the config http://elinux.org/RPiconfig
[19:43] <shiftplusone> temp_limit Overheat protection. Sets clocks and voltages to default when the SoC reaches this Celsius value. Setting this higher than default voids warranty. Default 85
[19:43] <dddh> oh
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[19:47] <dddh> shiftplusone: thank you ;)
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[19:48] <shiftplusone> np
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[19:57] <dddh> should I install "lm-sensors" to check temperature or something else?
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[19:57] <clever> dddh: its avail in a file within /sys i believe
[19:58] <clever> cat /sys/class/thermal/thermal_zone0/temp | awk '{printf("%.3f\n", $1/1000); }'
[19:58] <pksato> my sdcard is really slow...
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[19:58] <dddh> clever: thank you
[19:59] <shiftplusone> vcgencmd can also tell you the temperature
[19:59] <clever> raspberrypi ~ # /opt/vc/bin/vcgencmd ?
[19:59] <clever> error=1 error_msg="Command not registered"
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[20:00] <shiftplusone> you need to specify the actual command
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[20:00] <shiftplusone> vcgencmd measure_temp
[20:00] <clever> shiftplusone: the problem, is that it doesnt have any help
[20:00] <clever> -? --help help, nothing works
[20:01] <shiftplusone> psh, documentation is for the weak.
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[20:01] <clever> standards, use them :P
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[20:02] <clever> looks like the keyword was commands
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[20:10] <dddh> which video player should be used to use hardware video decoding?
[20:10] <shiftplusone> omxplayer
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[20:10] <zleap> hello
[20:10] <shiftplusone> ahoy
[20:11] <dddh> shiftplusone: it doesn't have controls ;(
[20:11] <shiftplusone> dddh, controls are for the weak too.
[20:11] <shiftplusone> (actually, I think it does, it's just through keyboard shortcuts, but not sure)
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[20:12] <dddh> found http://elinux.org/Omxplayer
[20:12] <dddh> it has ..
[20:12] <shiftplusone> you can always use xbmc or an xbmc distro for all the fancy controls
[20:12] <dddh> seems like something didn't work in my case
[20:12] <dddh> shiftplusone: I used it from command line
[20:13] <shiftplusone> what's the problem?
[20:14] <dddh> maybe there are scripts to watch youtube using omxplayer?
[20:14] <shiftplusone> yup
[20:14] <shiftplusone> there's one https://github.com/trizen/youtube-viewer/tree/master/WWW-YoutubeViewer
[20:15] <shiftplusone> http://www.raspberrypi.org/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f=63&t=13599
[20:16] <dddh> youtube-viewer is using mplayer
[20:16] <shiftplusone> now click the second link
[20:17] <dddh> ok, thank you, I'll try it
[20:17] <shiftplusone> Another one https://pypi.python.org/pypi/whitey/
[20:18] <shiftplusone> http://www.raspberrypi.org/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f=35&t=8157&p=98096
[20:19] <shiftplusone> I am sure there are lots of others too if those don't work
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[20:19] <dddh> I know there are different scripts, I wanted to be sure there are working solutions
[20:20] <dddh> why is it recommended to allocate 128M to the GPU, isn't 64 enough?
[20:21] <shiftplusone> Don't know
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[20:21] <dddh> I guess more GPU memory could be used to rotate screen
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[20:22] <pksato> Some make take, 0m6.850s on Intel DC E5700 3.00GHz and 2m58.509s on RPi arm_freq=950
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[20:22] <Triffid_Hunter> dddh: I've never given mine more than 64M, seems fine
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[20:23] <Jester86> hello all
[20:23] <Jester86> area any of you running any sort of mythtv frontend on a pi?
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[20:23] <dddh> Triffid_Hunter: ok, I had problems playing video with 16M and switched back to 64M
[20:24] <Triffid_Hunter> dddh: yeah mine won't play vids with 16M, haven't tried 32 yet
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[20:48] <coffe> Hello, me is se sad, my new pie dont boot :/
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[20:51] <drobban> coffe: it is powered? It has a operating system?
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[20:52] <coffe> drobban, yes , yes and yes. used card + cables from my other one
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[20:52] <coffe> red lights up. yellow blinks .. then notthing
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[20:58] <drobban> weird... Sorry mate, cant help you there, Perhaps if someone know what the colors of the led means, he/she will be able to point you into the correct direction
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[20:58] <shiftplusone> coffe, how many times does the yellow flash?
[20:59] <coffe> shiftplusone, 1
[20:59] <shiftplusone> Sounds like it's choking on the kernel in some way.
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[21:00] <shiftplusone> I'd try a bare metal kernel that just blinks the LED over and over to check that it's actually getting to that stage. Then go back to a proper kernel and see if you get anything interesting out of serial.
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[21:01] * drobban likes shiftplusone's idea
[21:01] <coffe> shiftplusone, its a brand new pi.. so i guess its some problem from manefacturing
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[21:01] <coffe> havent got any of this problems with my other 3 ones
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[21:02] <coffe> one thing that differs is that 3,5mm audio on this one is black.
[21:04] <coffe> shiftplusone, and should it not give signal out on the hdmi even if its in kernel panic ?
[21:05] <shiftplusone> no idea, mine is headless.
[21:06] <bertrik> coffe: I think I heard something about a SD card that have been used in one pi not working in another pi, while a fresh SD image works
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[21:07] <drobban> I was just searching the web, to try find out if that could be a problem
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[21:08] <drobban> coffe: have you tried to put that sd card into a another rpi you have and controlled if that could be the problem?
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[21:09] <clever> [70363.530801] mmc0: Timeout waiting for hardware interrupt - cmd25.
[21:09] <clever> i guess i shouldnt underclock my pi to 30mhz, lol
[21:10] <drobban> hehe
[21:10] <jelly1> 30mhz :O
[21:10] <clever> cpufreq scalling was enabled, so it would bounce back to 700mhz when cpu load requires it
[21:11] <drobban> clever: well, I understand how you think. 30mhz should be enough for linux :)
[21:11] <clever> but its very coarse, it cant do anything in the middle
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[21:11] <clever> i'm looking at making it underclock in 100mhz steps, 100mhz, 200,300, 400, 500, 600, 700
[21:12] <drobban> coffe: have you tested if it works to boot another pi with that sd-card
[21:12] <clever> my laptop can do 3, 1ghz, 1.33ghz, and 1.67ghz, so why cant the pi do more!
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[21:12] <coffe> drobban, yes
[21:12] <drobban> and
[21:13] <coffe> yes it works.. boots
[21:13] <drobban> okey, sad to hear
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[21:14] <drobban> order a new and send the old one back ;)
[21:16] <coffe> drobban, i have the store 500m away .. easy peasy
[21:16] <coffe> i have to survive on 2 right now
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[21:23] <clever> drobban: at 30mhz, the ssh was getting noticably laggy
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[21:31] <drobban> clever: well, sounds like you should start using telnet =D
[21:32] <drobban> to mouch cryptation in ssh =D
[21:33] <clever> or just the uart console
[21:33] <saivert> yup. serial console is the best
[21:33] <clever> trying to enable debug
[21:33] <saivert> baud rate 115200 is pretty fast if you ask me
[21:33] <drobban> I have a old VT100 at my job, perhaps I should start using that one.
[21:33] <clever> pr_debug doesnt seem to print, and nothing anywhere seems to enable it
[21:33] <clever> -#define print_debug(fmt,...) pr_debug("%s:%s:%d: "fmt, MODULE_NAME, __func__, __LINE__, ##__VA_ARGS__)
[21:33] <clever> +#define print_debug(fmt,...) printk(KERN_DEBUG "%s:%s:%d: "fmt, MODULE_NAME, __func__, __LINE__, ##__VA_ARGS__)^M
[21:34] <saivert> unfortunately my USB to serial TTL adapter is wonky and lose the connection after a while
[21:34] <clever> take that!
[21:34] <saivert> joke on me for buying hong kong crap on ebay
[21:35] <clever> crap, forgot the nfs server modules
[21:35] <clever> i was uploading the kernel to the pi over nfs
[21:36] <clever> debug should work now...
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[21:38] <saivert> ttyAMA0
[21:39] <clever> weird, now it is doing to dmesg, but not ttyAMA0
[21:39] <clever> bcm2835-cpufreq:bcm2835_cpufreq_driver_target:199: Freq 700000->400000 (min=400000 max=700000 target=400000 request=400000)
[21:39] <clever> but i am getting details :D
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[21:40] <saivert> If you work over serial console you better get this: http://cafbit.com/resource/fixterm.c
[21:40] <saivert> just wget and compile with gcc -o fixterm fixterm.c
[21:40] <saivert> no dependencies
[21:41] <saivert> then you can resize your terminal windows, run fixterm and get to use all the terminal space instead of just 80x25
[21:41] <clever> neat
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[21:41] <saivert> automatic terminal resizing doesn't work over serial console (like it does with SSH) so you need to run that everytime you resize
[21:42] <clever> error: timeout while waiting for a response from your terminal.
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[21:42] <saivert> how do you connect? direct serial connection?
[21:42] <clever> ftdi directly to the pi, minicom
[21:42] <saivert> what terminal program do you use?
[21:43] <saivert> oh maybe minicom doesn't support the ANSI escape sequences it sends
[21:43] <saivert> it basically works like this. fixterm sends ANSI escape chars to client which then has to answer back with terminal size
[21:44] <clever> ive seen those all the time when i happen to cat a binary file
[21:44] <clever> ok, so how does cpufreq report a list of freq's, hmmmm
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[21:46] <clever> cpufreq_frequency_table_cpuinfo i think
[21:47] <saivert> you can use screen as a serial terminal client too.. just screen /dev/ttyS0 115200
[21:47] <clever> minicom is already inside screen
[21:48] <saivert> hehe
[21:48] <clever> ^a a o, madness!
[21:48] <clever> it gets worse :P
[21:48] <clever> i was running screen, in screen, in screen last week
[21:48] <clever> ^a a a space!
[21:48] <saivert> screen also got telnet: screen //telnet hostname port
[21:48] <saivert> feature bloat!
[21:49] <clever> :D
[21:49] <saivert> I think it is great as I often install screen on all Linux boxes and then I don't have to install mini/picocom and telnet as well
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[21:52] <clever> function loginto() { xterm -fg white -bg black -e ssh $1 -t screen -xRRU & }
[21:52] <clever> saivert: i use this to ssh into EVERY system
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[21:53] <saivert> you keep that in your .bashrc?
[21:53] <clever> yep
[21:53] <clever> drivers/cpufreq/bcm2835-cpufreq.c:170:2: error: implicit declaration of function ???kmalloc??? [-Werror=implicit-function-declaration]
[21:54] <clever> hmmmmm
[21:54] <saivert> cls() {clear & echo -en \\e[3J }
[21:54] <ShadowJK> .. or type ^L?
[21:54] <ShadowJK> ctrl-l
[21:54] <saivert> clear scrollback too
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[21:56] <clever> looks like i wanted #include<linux/slab.h>
[21:56] <saivert> you can have alias newcli=bash and alias endcli=exit if you are a bit Amiga nostalgic :)
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[21:59] <clever> bcm2835-cpufreq:bcm2835_cpufreq_driver_target:197: ondemand: min=400000 max=500000 cur=500000 target=467391
[21:59] <clever> hmmm, i gave it a list with just 400mhz and 500mhz, now its lost 700mhz, seems to obey my list
[22:00] <clever> *adds 600 and 700*
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[22:03] <clever> cat: scaling_available_frequencies: No such file or directory
[22:03] <clever> still isnt listing them though
[22:04] <mrmoney2012> how do i start a script at boot - i tried sticking it in /etc/rc.local but no love
[22:04] <clever> mrmoney2012: add error logging, script > /tmp/log 2>&1
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[22:04] <clever> then check the log file
[22:05] <mrmoney2012> i don't think it's getting run at all
[22:05] <mrmoney2012> there is some reference to printf "My IP address is %s\n" "$_IP"
[22:06] <mrmoney2012> but that doesn't seem to be executed
[22:06] <pksato> on /etc/rc.local have a exit command, need to place you script before or remove exit line.
[22:06] <mrmoney2012> does say ??? # In order to enable or disable this script just change the execution bits
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[22:06] <saivert> funny. my raspbery pi is not getting an IP address. running dhclient does nothing
[22:06] <clever> can you pastebin the rc.local
[22:06] <mrmoney2012> pksato: yes - i just noticed that ! i moved it before the exit line though
[22:07] <mrmoney2012> clever??? sure - one moment
[22:07] <pksato> and, can not be a interactive script.
[22:07] <saivert> ah forgot the interface.. dhclient eth0
[22:07] <mrmoney2012> http://pastebin.com/5caiYWWA
[22:07] <mrmoney2012> not interactive - line 20 as you see
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[22:08] <pksato> screen? its is a interactive aplcation.
[22:08] <mrmoney2012> .. -rwxr-xr-x 1 root root 479 Apr 16 21:02 /etc/rc.local
[22:08] <mrmoney2012> oh, loops.
[22:08] <mrmoney2012> oops.. yes wished to run it under screen,
[22:08] <mrmoney2012> it is a ruby sinatra app
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[22:09] <clever> it needs some special args (i forget what) to make it run without attaching
[22:09] <pksato> screen must be exit with error. dont have a tty.
[22:09] <mrmoney2012> i am headless - just ssh access
[22:10] <pksato> use -d -m option
[22:11] <mrmoney2012> on screen?
[22:11] <pksato> yes
[22:11] <clever> from his pastebin: screen -L -dmS website ruby /home/pi/SpeakPi/website.rb
[22:11] <mrmoney2012> it has it!
[22:11] <dddh> what should I think about http://www.raspberrypi.org/archives/1700 ?
[22:12] <mrmoney2012> background the whole line with a & ?
[22:12] <clever> mrmoney2012: add the logging i said to add
[22:13] <clever> mrmoney2012: > /tmp/log 2>&1
[22:13] <pksato> humm,
[22:13] <mrmoney2012> ok, ta
[22:13] <dddh> did broadcom develop ICS for RPi or that was fake?
[22:13] <shiftplusone> dddh, don't hold your breath
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[22:13] <pksato> user? where screen create a socket?
[22:13] <pksato> or other ipc method.
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[22:15] <pksato> try some like, su -u pi -c screen -L -dmS website ruby
[22:15] <mrmoney2012> ok
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[22:17] <saivert> ICS very much loves armv7
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[22:20] <mrmoney2012> log is empty. grrr
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[22:22] <pksato> Oh... after 84m45 compilaton end with error. :(
[22:23] <drobban> haha....
[22:23] <dddh> pksato: what did you compile?
[22:23] <pksato> but, expected error on ld process. fixed.
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[22:24] <pksato> dddh: DReaM a DRM30 (radio) software reciever.
[22:26] <clever> saivert: this is turning out to be simpler then i thought
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[22:26] <clever> saivert: it looks like all i have to do is change the governer to conservative, and it just works
[22:27] <clever> saivert: it can now use ANY freq between min and max
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[22:35] <pksato> now, I need some DRM30 source.
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[23:06] <pksato> dream using more that 90% of cpu to process sample file with DRM30 signal.
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[23:07] <coffe> Stranges thing ever.. my new pie do work .. BUT not with the same sdcards my old ones do ..
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[23:09] <coffe> did notice they are class 4 cards.. but still works in my old pies.
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[23:40] <buzzsaw> how well does a rPi hold up in an enviroment where its getting shaken a lot?
[23:40] <buzzsaw> I.E. used inside a driving vehicle.
[23:41] <kaste> buzzsaw: no moving parts, what should happen?
[23:41] <buzzsaw> you never know :-)
[23:41] <buzzsaw> thats why I asked ;-)
[23:41] <shiftplusone> kaste, components can come off. Being mostly SMT, that shouldn't be a problem though.
[23:42] <buzzsaw> One thing I learned long ago, Murfy likes to say "Forget You!"
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[23:43] <buzzsaw> Would a 7805 be fine for powering?
[23:43] <kaste> ok let's phrase it this way, the acceleration and deceleration in a normal car ride short of a crash, in which case the pi is the least of your worries, shouldn't big enough to hurt it
[23:43] <buzzsaw> more worried about vibration :-)
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[23:44] <eNcoR3> anybody home?
[23:45] <buzzsaw> no
[23:45] <eNcoR3> lol
[23:45] <mgottschlag> 7805 should work
[23:45] <buzzsaw> I am at work...
[23:45] <eNcoR3> i just got my raspi
[23:45] <eNcoR3> i cant get it started
[23:45] <buzzsaw> okay, I will hook that into the car battery :-)
[23:46] <eNcoR3> it doesnt get on display, i tried HDMI and RCA
[23:46] <eNcoR3> what could this be??
[23:46] <kaste> eNcoR3: what OS
[23:46] <shiftplusone> eNcoR3, what happens to the LEDs when you power it up?
[23:47] <eNcoR3> its just PWR LED on RED
[23:47] <eNcoR3> i have got raspbian weezy
[23:47] <kaste> does it blink once in green vor a very short time?
[23:48] <eNcoR3> nop
[23:48] <eNcoR3> just the red
[23:48] <kaste> http://elinux.org/R-Pi_Troubleshooting
[23:48] <eNcoR3> i tried with 700mA and 1000mA power
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[23:53] <buzzsaw> not using usb what is the current requirement on the B?
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[23:55] <buzzsaw> 700ma right?
[23:56] <eNcoR3> yes
[23:56] <eNcoR3> mine is model B
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