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[17:29] <Darkwell> hello folks
[17:29] <Schnuws> elu
[17:29] <Darkwell> anyone been doing any own chassis to the raspberry ?
[17:30] <Schnuws> one in paper...
[17:30] <Darkwell> been playing around with different designs on mine in wood
[17:30] <Schnuws> cool =D
[17:30] <Darkwell> im doing a lot of hobbyist carving so i though why nt =)
[17:31] <Darkwell> not really satisfied yet with it
[17:31] <Schnuws> why not? =)
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[17:31] <Darkwell> had bad wood plates
[17:31] <Schnuws> aha
[17:31] <Darkwell> found soe pieces outdors
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[17:32] <Darkwell> afrer half the pieace on top of the raspberry there was cracks on the lpate...
[17:32] <Darkwell> n
[17:32] <Schnuws> =(
[17:32] <Darkwell> tries super glue bui never got right hehe
[17:33] <Darkwell> so over toi next plate(s)
[17:33] <dagerik> okay got arch running. how do i proceed to play videos.
[17:33] <Schnuws> Well, worth the time if it turns out nice! ^^
[17:33] <Darkwell> the idea of the chassis is to have to retty thin wood plates
[17:34] <Darkwell> carve out the places where the network socket, usb and coax sockets are at least
[17:35] <Darkwell> so the plate is geting as close tot he board as possible and still give air to cool the chips
[17:35] <Encrypt> Darkwell, Somebody already made a wood case for the Pi...
[17:35] <Darkwell> any pics ?
[17:35] <Schnuws> raspberrypi.org
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[17:35] <Schnuws> the forum
[17:35] <Darkwell> oh ok
[17:36] <Encrypt> http://elinux.org/RPi_Cases
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[17:36] <Schnuws> or that one
[17:36] <Darkwell> ill check
[17:36] <Schnuws> I really, Really! Want a laser cutter and a 3d printer
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[17:37] <maxinux> grrr they claim my girlfriends case is a 'makerbot' case
[17:37] <maxinux> it was deisnged by one person who would NEVER do anything with a makerbot
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[17:37] <Darkwell> ok those cases seems "big"
[17:37] <Darkwell> mines nly 1 cm thick
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[17:38] <Schnuws> maxinux: who claims?
[17:38] <maxinux> that wiki page
[17:38] <Darkwell> actyally the usb and netwoork sockets are the widest ponts in the design
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[17:38] <maxinux> i just requested an account to clarify that :)
[17:38] <Schnuws> =)
[17:38] <maxinux> it also links to the old outdated part
[17:38] <maxinux> not the new one
[17:38] <maxinux> http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:30572
[17:39] <Darkwell> its big
[17:39] <Darkwell> =)
[17:39] <Schnuws> cool designs ^^
[17:39] <Darkwell> im hand carving
[17:39] <Schnuws> well, my dream case would be an old snes ^^
[17:39] <Darkwell> cool
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[17:40] <Schnuws> can't find any cheap ones though =(
[17:40] <Darkwell> the aim for me is to have th casing in such way i can put it in the pocket
[17:40] <Darkwell> without harming anything
[17:40] <Schnuws> Isnt the wood kind of "scratch" sensitive?
[17:40] <Darkwell> and i have to have3 it small
[17:41] <Darkwell> if you dont work it up yes
[17:41] <maxinux> ohh i should print one of those cases in 3d printable wood
[17:41] <maxinux> thanks forf the idea
[17:41] <Darkwell> once everyting is as i want it
[17:41] <Schnuws> you can 3d print in wood?! O.O!
[17:41] <Darkwell> you put no varnish etc
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[17:41] <IT_Sean> 3D printable wood?
[17:41] <IT_Sean> o_O
[17:41] <maxinux> yes
[17:41] <maxinux> 3d printable wood
[17:42] <Darkwell> np
[17:42] <IT_Sean> Have you been licking toads?
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[17:42] <Schnuws> liquefied wood ? o.o
[17:42] <maxinux> http://www.makergeeks.com/wo3dprfild3.html
[17:42] <Darkwell> i lkearn wod carvifrom my granddad
[17:42] <Darkwell> leart oorrng
[17:42] <Darkwell> sorry, interference with the keyboard, learnt woodcarving from my granddad
[17:42] <Schnuws> seems ungodly
[17:43] <maxinux> http://www.lulzbot.com/?q=products/laywoo-d3-wood-filament-3mm
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[17:43] <Schnuws> the printable wood, not the carving :P
[17:43] <Darkwell> lol
[17:43] <maxinux> http://www.lulzbot.com/sites/default/files/styles/uc_product_full/public/p/newimages/2013/01/DSC_0085.JPG?itok=VHyAhzn3
[17:43] <Darkwell> well the carving has saved a lot of money for me personally
[17:44] <Schnuws> but, time? =P
[17:44] <Darkwell> not only carved wood
[17:44] <Darkwell> time it takes yes
[17:44] <Darkwell> but you get better by time
[17:44] <Darkwell> a comlex thing as cloning high precision parts takes a little more time
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[17:44] <Darkwell> but say a button for a celphone etc
[17:44] <Darkwell> it takes one hour
[17:45] <maxinux> why not 3d print it? :D
[17:45] <Darkwell> or two depending of the condition of the template i have
[17:45] <Schnuws> cuz everyone dosnt have a really expensive 3d printer =(
[17:45] <maxinux> 400 bux?
[17:45] <Schnuws> really?
[17:45] <Darkwell> because its cheaper with free wood or plastic parts and knives and carving tools i got
[17:45] <maxinux> if you source the parts and build it yourself, yes
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[17:45] <Schnuws> in europe?
[17:45] <maxinux> its been done for under 300
[17:45] <maxinux> in eu
[17:45] <Schnuws> ._. source parts and build it yourself
[17:45] <Schnuws> ...
[17:46] <Darkwell> there is nothing you cant make with a bunc of files and carving tools
[17:46] <Schnuws> can you make a 3d printer? ;D
[17:46] <Darkwell> yes
[17:46] <Darkwell> if i have to
[17:46] <maxinux> of course he can make a 3d printer with wood
[17:46] <Schnuws> carving and magic?
[17:46] <Darkwell> i made my own lathe
[17:46] <maxinux> http://www.thefrankes.com/wp/?p=2617 has one udner 300 dollar build
[17:46] <Darkwell> i dont really need more
[17:46] <maxinux> you have to add motors of course
[17:46] <Darkwell> yes
[17:47] <Schnuws> but calibration
[17:47] <Schnuws> seems hard
[17:47] <Darkwell> tood from a tape recorder
[17:47] <Schnuws> as hell
[17:47] <Darkwell> took
[17:47] <maxinux> though there is a reprap that has built its own steppers
[17:47] <Darkwell> calibrating a lathe ?
[17:47] <Darkwell> are you kidding me ? =)
[17:47] <Schnuws> a 3d printer
[17:47] <Darkwell> ah ok
[17:47] <Darkwell> well
[17:47] <Darkwell> those cnc is shit
[17:47] <maxinux> 3d printer calibration is all about making the head perpendicular to the bed
[17:47] <Darkwell> if you ask me
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[17:47] <maxinux> its not as bad as it sounds
[17:47] <Darkwell> sorry for swearing
[17:48] <maxinux> unacceptable, you leave now :)
[17:48] <Darkwell> well if you are a toolmaker
[17:48] <Darkwell> doing high precision is not automated
[17:48] <Darkwell> unless the buyer doesnt demand that good precision
[17:48] <Darkwell> you can do with a cnc or 3d printer
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[17:49] <Darkwell> the higher precision you require the longer time it takes, or if its quick, its expensive
[17:49] <Schnuws> is it hard to build a cnc machine?
[17:49] <Darkwell> nah
[17:50] <Darkwell> i think you can make a decent oone for 1000 bucks
[17:50] <Darkwell> what you need is good rods and bearing(s)
[17:50] <SpeedEvil> define CNC
[17:50] <Schnuws> a computer who builds something for me?
[17:51] <Darkwell> and the rodwith the spiral ( excuse i lack the english name for it ) should be the important part altogether with the bering for it
[17:51] <Schnuws> Im not sure what Im talking about
[17:51] <SpeedEvil> a CNC that can cut expanded polystyrene will be somewhat different to one that can do tungsten
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[17:51] <Darkwell> because that wone sotgether with the rack that moces your working part(s) is the ones detering the precision(s)
[17:51] <Schnuws> I'm a first year engineering student who wants to learn everything. cnc seems fun
[17:51] <Schnuws> how can I learn? ^^
[17:51] <SpeedEvil> Google DIY CNC
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[17:52] <SpeedEvil> and see what pops up
[17:52] <Darkwell> if you want to uild an automated factoring machine
[17:52] <maxinux> zen toolworks
[17:52] <maxinux> like 600 bux
[17:52] <maxinux> and available on amazon
[17:52] <Darkwell> i would suggest you to build a flastic cutter achine
[17:52] <Darkwell> tos tart with
[17:52] <Darkwell> so you can have minimal backlash
[17:52] <Darkwell> plastic cutter
[17:53] <Schnuws> a laser cutter?
[17:53] <Darkwell> there are several ways to build such. you could have a laser ys to avoid backlash from physical inertian on the working piece
[17:53] <IT_Sean> oooh... lasers!
[17:53] <SpeedEvil> something that can machine expanded polystyrene
[17:53] <SpeedEvil> for use with lost foam casting
[17:54] <Darkwell> if you are old school you could make one from heatwire
[17:54] <IT_Sean> the smell from that is biblical, though. >.<
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[17:54] <Darkwell> but there you got the problem with precision since when you move the plate against the wire it will slack back a bit until the pstic melts away
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[17:55] <IT_Sean> lasers ftw.
[17:55] <Schnuws> idd, lasers ftw
[17:55] <Darkwell> i tend to do things manually anyways
[17:55] <Schnuws> manual is sooo last century! robots <3
[17:55] <Darkwell> watch compare , work watch compare work watch compare....... smile
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[17:56] <Darkwell> yes
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[17:56] <Darkwell> but i want to master the art of making any part(s) first
[17:56] <Schnuws> would be cool =D
[17:56] <Darkwell> try to ask someone to make a decen propeller for an airplane completely with a 3d printer
[17:57] <SpeedEvil> 'any part' is impossible
[17:57] <Darkwell> impossible is snothing hehehe
[17:57] <Schnuws> do airplane use propellers these days?
[17:57] <IT_Sean> ...
[17:57] <SpeedEvil> some do
[17:57] <Darkwell> hobbyists does
[17:57] <IT_Sean> did you really just ask that?
[17:57] <Schnuws> ... no?
[17:57] <SpeedEvil> and jets do have propellprs
[17:57] <Darkwell> turbines
[17:58] <SpeedEvil> they are pretty similar
[17:58] <Darkwell> some airplanes do have propellers still
[17:58] <SpeedEvil> plus, high bypass
[17:58] <SpeedEvil> turbofanny goodness.
[17:58] <Darkwell> think using jet on short range travels is a bit overkill
[17:59] <Darkwell> hmm
[17:59] <Darkwell> you gave me an idea
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[17:59] <Schnuws> so, planes still use propellers
[17:59] <Schnuws> I feel stupid
[17:59] <Darkwell> i think ill make a turbine
[17:59] <Darkwell> jsut bought a boat
[18:00] <Darkwell> so could build a turbine to have on the smaller vessel
[18:00] <SpeedEvil> Darkwell: shaft jet?
[18:00] <Darkwell> as hovercraft
[18:00] <SpeedEvil> or you mean water
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[18:00] <Darkwell> air turbine for small a hovercraft
[18:00] <IT_Sean> ... good luck with that.
[18:00] * IT_Sean rolls his eyes
[18:01] <SpeedEvil> probably a bad idea
[18:01] <Darkwell> got to get a smaller vessel to get to a from the boat =)
[18:01] <Darkwell> already build a hovercraft once
[18:01] <SpeedEvil> turbine is a poor match for the demands of a hovercraft
[18:01] <Darkwell> but not with a tubine
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[18:01] <dagerik> why am i unable to install firefox on arch.
[18:01] <SpeedEvil> unless it's a shaft turbine and going to a big prop
[18:01] <dagerik> im using lxde
[18:02] <Darkwell> the idea i want is ti have 3 turbines to have the gyro effekt as stabilizer
[18:02] <Darkwell> so having 3 on same fram to stabilize any torque
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[18:04] <Darkwell> o sorry
[18:04] <Darkwell> i dodnt mean turbine to make the hovercraft fo forward, but ti have it to blow air into the airbed
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[18:06] <Darkwell> hmm
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[18:06] <Darkwell> hmm
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[18:08] <SpeedEvil> unless it's a turbofan. that is hideously inefficient
[18:08] <Darkwell> http://www.gizmag.com/mitsubishi-air-lubrication-system/21196/
[18:08] <Darkwell> damn someone already done this =)
[18:08] <Darkwell> I was thinking about tis while thinking on the hovercraft
[18:09] <Darkwell> another thing ; if you pump very much microbubbles
[18:09] <Darkwell> you can actually sink a ship with it
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[18:10] <IT_Sean> What has that got to do with anything?
[18:10] <darkPassenger> {blow} 6f385a7a55583938794a72756c756870316462664b79575865764448715165364c5a785a473158726875536e7a6258665743507773786d76344938436565463366784c4c6d4f4c4837462f300a6f71416e706c525172474379526c4d2b745855473572716e704b45485759337155336c456d5a2b59376655454855454a4a5a3942734f61514f656c66485a56795a3268540a
[18:10] <IT_Sean> darkPassenger?
[18:11] <darkPassenger> {blow} 6c36636a6b30323768363038596178385463654d774d795944684a323843735470712f303357496463454a34736a4a654a2f7043456e7a71506c303032375336415179786e6c6750743456700a593045330a
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[18:13] <dagerik> guys. the rasp dosnt fill the entire screen. theres a black frame around. also, the charatxers are very "pixly". using lxde
[18:13] <Darkwell> heh IT_Sean jsut my mind going throw different building projects,
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[18:13] <IT_Sean> Is this on HDMI, or composite, dagerik?
[18:13] <dagerik> IT_Sean: HDMI
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[18:13] <IT_Sean> Overscan settings?
[18:13] <dagerik> say what
[18:14] <IT_Sean> your video / overscan settings... Have you checked them.
[18:14] <dagerik> no
[18:14] <IT_Sean> Could be an issue there.
[18:14] <IT_Sean> No idea where they are in lxde, though. Sorry.
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[18:14] <darkPassenger> sorry about earlier,
[18:15] <IT_Sean> No prob
[18:15] <IT_Sean> What was that? I'm just curious.
[18:15] <Darkwell> yeah sounds like overscan settings could be fixing it
[18:15] <darkPassenger> it's a blowfish encryption script
[18:15] <IT_Sean> Ahh.
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[18:15] <IT_Sean> Please do not run it in here. :)
[18:15] <darkPassenger> of course :p
[18:15] <Darkwell> darkPassenger, is it base64 there to ?
[18:16] <darkPassenger> yea
[18:16] <Darkwell> darkPassenger, tries otrlib ?
[18:16] <Darkwell> tried
[18:16] <darkPassenger> what I was saying is : for those you want to use dropbox, copy your dropbox dir on the pi and bit torrent sync it
[18:16] <SpeedEvil> what's the point of using bit torrent?
[18:17] <Triffid_Hunter> yah, how many boxes is that dir synced between?
[18:17] <Redostrike> dagerik http://elinux.org/R-Pi_Troubleshooting#Big_black_borders_around_small_image_on_HD_monitors
[18:17] <Darkwell> dropbox and torrent ? =)
[18:18] <Darkwell> using downoload finished script and sync it ? =)
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[18:18] <Redostrike> so you can add torrent files anywhere and they start downloading?
[18:18] <darkPassenger> lol no
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[18:18] <darkPassenger> no no no
[18:18] <Redostrike> or download them to dropbox?
[18:18] <Darkwell> Redostrike, yeah that works to
[18:18] <Darkwell> using rtorrent it is simple
[18:18] <darkPassenger> bit torrent sync is like dropbox with no limit since its hosted on your machines
[18:19] <Redostrike> oh
[18:19] <Redostrike> thas like sugarsync
[18:19] <darkPassenger> but its so simple to setup ,
[18:19] <darkPassenger> everything is encrypted too
[18:19] <Darkwell> darkPassenger, what client(s9 DO YOU USE THEN ?
[18:19] <Redostrike> dropbox can be encrypted to
[18:19] <darkPassenger> the only downside is that the sync is slower since it goes through two layers
[18:19] <Darkwell> sorry for caps
[18:19] <Redostrike> pgp
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[18:20] <IT_Sean> hey, darkPassenger, i've been meaning to ask you... is your username a Dexter reference?
[18:20] <darkPassenger> yeah absolutely , IT_Sean
[18:20] <IT_Sean> Niiiice.
[18:20] <IT_Sean> :D
[18:20] <darkPassenger> haha
[18:20] <Darkwell> lol
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[18:21] <darkPassenger> I havnt followed much after the trinity killer
[18:21] <darkPassenger> but ill get back to it sooner or later :P
[18:21] <Redostrike> sure darkPassenger thats ok but dropbox is integrated with so many other software packages so why botter?
[18:21] <Darkwell> what about rsync and rdiff ?
[18:21] <darkPassenger> Redostrike: you can't really use dropbox on the pi..
[18:21] <Redostrike> sure you can
[18:22] <darkPassenger> Darkwell: I havnt tried either of those, i found btsync to be the simplest setup as it uses a web gui on localhost:port
[18:22] <Darkwell> rsync is pretty simple and cyouc an run it over ssh to
[18:22] <Darkwell> sync even
[18:23] <darkPassenger> Redostrike: are you talking about python-ing your way in with the API ?
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[18:23] <darkPassenger> Redostrike: or did you apt-get :P
[18:23] <Redostrike> nah there was some 3rd party website that lets you sync it
[18:24] <Darkwell> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rsync
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[18:24] <darkPassenger> oh ok
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[18:25] <darkPassenger> well it works ok for me , I wanted to share since its not much complicated to setup and easy to run compared to other solution like ownCloud with massive interface
[18:25] <Darkwell> you can combine rdiff and rsync if you need to update files tec
[18:25] <Darkwell> etc
[18:26] <Darkwell> ok
[18:26] <darkPassenger> rdiff and rsync, i heard a bit about those but i didnt try any
[18:26] <darkPassenger> all i know about rsync its that its been used in other sharing / sync application
[18:26] <darkPassenger> as if its some kind of protocol
[18:27] <Redostrike> hmm
[18:27] <Redostrike> https://github.com/andreafabrizi/Dropbox-Uploader
[18:27] <Redostrike> this looks promesing
[18:27] <Darkwell> i used dropbox to put .torrent files in it , and the rtorrent client on my station had a sub directory as a watchdir
[18:27] <gildean> doesn't rsync only copy changed/new files by default anyways?
[18:27] <Darkwell> so I could tell the machine what to download
[18:27] <gildean> and you can add compression to it also
[18:27] <Darkwell> from the cellphone
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[18:27] <darkPassenger> compressing sound really good..
[18:27] <Darkwell> rdiff is a bariant of rsync
[18:28] <Darkwell> variant,
[18:28] <Darkwell> jsut calculating a delta and apply
[18:28] <gildean> rsync -avP /source/path/ /destionation/path/
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[18:28] <Redostrike> afk wife needs me :)
[18:28] <Darkwell> compine rtorrent rsync and wget =)
[18:29] <gildean> add -z for compression if you're doing it over ssh
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[18:30] <darkPassenger> :D
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[18:32] <Darkwell> one could use git , subversion or merculal to m but those are really overkill i think =)
[18:32] <darkPassenger> yeah
[18:32] <Darkwell> damn i need to fix my typing/keybaord
[18:32] <darkPassenger> get a mech keyboard
[18:32] <darkPassenger> :P
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[18:33] <Darkwell> the celphone is interfereing with the signal
[18:33] <Darkwell> nad getting a bit stressed by the interf
[18:33] <darkPassenger> ok
[18:34] <darkPassenger> Im going to try to setup my own vpn
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[18:48] <Darkwell> darkPassenger why not jsut register a free dyndns service ?
[18:48] <Darkwell> then relay everything from one machine
[18:48] <Darkwell> using a pi for this is perfect i think since the coordinating machine doesnt have to have much itself
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[18:50] <darkPassenger> Yeah but it doesnt encrypt the traffic
[18:50] <Encrypt> Free hl ! :p
[18:51] <Darkwell> thinking myself having the pi regulating my wifi by having a nfc sensor through gpio , and a relay that can put on/off the wifi given the nfc sensor
[18:51] <Darkwell> yes you can encrypt traffic
[18:51] <Darkwell> vpn doesnt automatically mean good encryption either
[18:52] <Darkwell> once you have a server/relay machine cordinating things you are the director of what to run on it
[18:52] <dagerik> can i start X from a ssh session? i want to just boot and control everything from ssh
[18:52] <Darkwell> yes
[18:52] <Darkwell> you exprt the display through ssh
[18:52] <dagerik> how
[18:52] <Darkwell> its old knowledge
[18:52] <darkPassenger> lol
[18:52] <darkPassenger> ancient
[18:52] <Darkwell> hehe
[18:53] <Darkwell> vpn is not what you need to do what you do
[18:53] <Darkwell> vpn is a bit overkill
[18:53] <Darkwell> its more suiting a larger company that cant manage details for their staff
[18:54] <Darkwell> in your ssh config for the sshd you can tell if you want to allow X11 forwarding
[18:55] <darkPassenger> lol im confused
[18:55] <Darkwell> also ssh allows you to tunnel tcp traffic through the ssh server given that the sshd doent deny it
[18:56] <darkPassenger> me and some people want to encrypt traffic headed towards each other and then into a out-of-country vpn
[18:56] <Darkwell> have you tried vnc anytime ?
[18:56] <darkPassenger> no
[18:56] <Encrypt> darkPassenger, Which kind of traffic?
[18:56] <Darkwell> ok so you never seen the putty with ssh tunneling the vnc
[18:56] <Encrypt> All kind?
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[18:57] <darkPassenger> Encrypt: all kind minus immoral stuff ?
[18:57] <darkPassenger> big data download != immoral stuff
[18:57] <Darkwell> i think he means if its tcp and/or udp to
[18:57] <Darkwell> not the content
[18:57] <darkPassenger> haha
[18:58] <darkPassenger> udp/tcp
[18:58] <Encrypt> I mean if your goal was to do videoconference, I know good softwares that encrypt the sessions ;)
[18:58] <Encrypt> Thanks to ZRTP, OTR, etc...
[18:58] <Darkwell> yeah
[18:58] <darkPassenger> no its just about everything, because i dont want anybody to spy on my connection
[18:58] <Darkwell> OTR for conferencing
[18:58] <darkPassenger> i wanna be off the grid
[18:58] <dagerik> i issued startx through ssh -X. but only the lxde background shows. where is the other stuff like the bottom task bar.
[18:58] <Bushmills> openvpn isn't difficult to set up and works rather well.
[18:58] <darkPassenger> kinda
[18:59] <Darkwell> encrypting things doesnt get you off the grid
[18:59] <Encrypt> OTR for chatting of course ;)
[18:59] <Encrypt> You knew what I meant...
[18:59] <Bushmills> (well, if you set up your CA for generating certs for signing keys, there's some ... overhead ... with setting up openvpn :) )
[19:00] <darkPassenger> because canadian government really want my info as a citizen and i really dont feel like sharing
[19:00] <Bushmills> but beats static keys
[19:00] <darkPassenger> in principle i just dont trust government
[19:00] <Darkwell> maybe you want to go with vpn if you think you are giong to do "everything" but vpn isnt for everyting, but its a good general purpose solution
[19:01] <Darkwell> if you wanna go off grid
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[19:01] <darkPassenger> yeah my goal is to go through an out-of-country vpn (probably paid)
[19:01] <Darkwell> you should enxrypt locally and send through steganographed files
[19:01] <Bushmills> just avoid pptp
[19:01] <Darkwell> then it would look like a normal file but has enxrypted data within it
[19:02] <darkPassenger> and but there is still that moment where I do my stuff and push it through vpn, i want to encrypt that gap too
[19:02] <Darkwell> the advantage with steganography is the playsible deniability
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[19:02] <alpha1125> Anyone know of a sensor that will sense water flow? I'm looking to to add it to rip w/some solenoids. I want to detect a leak / burst solenoid.
[19:02] <alpha1125> or what would be an appropriate flow sensor.
[19:02] <Darkwell> alpha1125, what is your requirements ?
[19:03] <darkPassenger> yeah stegano would work...
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[19:03] <alpha1125> Darkwell, micro irrigation system I'm building. so the flow when on is 25L/min max.
[19:03] <Darkwell> ah ok
[19:03] <Darkwell> narrwos it down a bit
[19:04] <IT_Sean> They do make water flow sensors for commercial applications.
[19:04] <IT_Sean> There must be one to fit your needs. BUt it'll probably be expensive.
[19:04] <Darkwell> i think you coul insert a turbine sensor
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[19:04] <Darkwell> if you cant destroy anything i would do temp fluctuation analysis
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[19:05] <SpeedEvil> alpha1125: If you choke the pipe, you can detect cavitation
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[19:06] <Darkwell> if you build one yourself
[19:07] <Darkwell> you could use aluminium
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[19:07] <Darkwell> and a solenoid to uild a "speedometer"
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[19:08] <Darkwell> the aluminium should be a disc with evenly distributed gaps
[19:08] <gordonDrogon> alpha1125, adafruit have some water flow sensors.
[19:08] <Darkwell> this will give magnetic inertia once it rotatied
[19:09] <gordonDrogon> http://www.adafruit.com/products/833
[19:09] <gordonDrogon> they have cheaper plastic ones too.
[19:09] <ShorTie> micro irrigation ??
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[19:11] <dagerik> how do i launch mplayer on rasp when i am connected through ssh_
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[19:12] <Amadiro> dagerik, by typing "mplayer"
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[19:12] <pindemon> Hi!
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[19:13] <pindemon> I'm setting up my Raspberry as a torrent client, I'm using deluge and I sometimes the daemon crashes
[19:13] <dagerik> Amadiro: i am testing with a simple terminal and i get this lxterminal:9612): Gtk-WARNING **: cannot open display:
[19:13] <Amadiro> dagerik, what did you try to type?
[19:14] <ruhju> dagerik: export DISPLAY=:0
[19:14] <dagerik> pindemon: i am using rtorrent and it never crashes
[19:14] <dagerik> Amadiro: lxterminal
[19:14] <Amadiro> dagerik, well, why do you want to start an lxterminal?
[19:14] <Amadiro> you already have a terminal via ssh
[19:14] <ruhju> why you're trying to use mplayer instead of omxplayer?
[19:14] <dagerik> Amadiro: just for testing
[19:14] <dagerik> ruhju: mplayer is what i usually use
[19:15] <Amadiro> dagerik, well, mplayer on the rpi is only really useful for music
[19:15] <Amadiro> dagerik, since it doesn't have an OMX backend (to my knowledge) so it can't play hardware-accelerated video
[19:15] <Amadiro> and rpi doesn't implement libvdpau etc
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[19:15] <pindemon> dagerik: I was using rtorrent before but I wanted to use a gui to manage it
[19:16] <Amadiro> dagerik, so if you want to play video, your choice is really only omxplayer. If you only want to play audio, mplayer is fine, but then you don't need a graphical terminal
[19:16] <Darkwell> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rsync
[19:16] <Amadiro> dagerik, but just for completeness sake: if you want a graphical terminal to appear locally through ssh, you need to use "ssh -X", if you want it to appear on the raspberry pis X-session, "DISPLAY=:0 lxterm"
[19:17] <dagerik> can i use pacman to install omxplayer?
[19:17] <wroberts1> anybody try beaglebone black yet?
[19:18] <Darkwell> the link is showing info about more than jsut the mflowmeters
[19:18] <Amadiro> dagerik, try "pacman -sS omx"
[19:19] <dagerik> Amadiro: zero results
[19:19] <Amadiro> dagerik, then I guess you do not have it in your repositories.
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[19:20] <dagerik> Amadiro: is this good? https://aur.archlinux.org/packages.php?ID=59770
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[19:21] <Amadiro> dagerik, looks okay, try it out, I guess
[19:21] <Amadiro> Otherwise you can just build omxplayer from its git repo
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[19:25] <Redostrike> back
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[19:28] <Darkwell> hmm fun project would be to build a wter flow meter with ultrasonic probes
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[19:29] <Darkwell> you get utrasonic transucers
[19:29] <Darkwell> http://www.flowmeters.com/
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[19:46] <fredmorcos> hi
[19:46] <fredmorcos> i am running archlinuxarm with xbmc
[19:46] <fredmorcos> if i turn on the pi and tv (hdmi + cec/simplink) at the same time
[19:46] <fredmorcos> or the tv before the pi, everything works fine
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[19:47] <fredmorcos> if i turn on the pi and wait until xbmc is started and then turn on the tv, the pi doesn't detect the tv
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[19:47] <fredmorcos> so i added hdmi_force_hotplug=1 and hdmi_drive=2 to /boot/config.txt
[19:48] <fredmorcos> now things work fine, except that when i turn on my tv after xbmc is started, cec/simplink does not work
[19:48] <fredmorcos> does anyone know where the source of this issue could be? so that i can ask/look accordingly?
[19:50] <dagerik> the lxdescreen is black. how can i "wake" it up? i only have ssh
[19:50] <dagerik> so i cant touch the mouse
[19:50] <Redostrike> press space
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[19:51] <dagerik> i dont have keyboard attached
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[19:51] <ruhju> xset s off?
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[19:51] <dagerik> ruhju: did not help
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[19:52] <Redostrike> you ssh to it with other pc?
[19:53] <dagerik> yeah
[19:53] <eric_j> can someone point me to the source code of the video driver?
[19:53] <Redostrike> dagerik why not install vncserver?
[19:53] <dagerik> i wanna keep things simple for now
[19:53] <dagerik> i wanna do it the command line way
[19:54] <Redostrike> then why do you have lxde?
[19:54] <dagerik> to be able to use omxplayer
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[19:55] <Encrypt> dagerik, Did you enable Xorg forwarding ?
[19:55] <Redostrike> dagerik try xrefresh -display :0
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[19:57] <ruhju> omxplayer should work without any desktop environments running
[19:57] <Redostrike> yeah that too
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[19:57] <Redostrike> but not over ssh without x forwarding
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[19:57] <Encrypt> dagerik, By the way, why do you want to stream videos through SSH ?
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[20:05] <Darkwell> what are those 2 sockets on the raspberry 1 behind the lan socket and 1 beside the gpio socket
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[20:06] <gordonDrogon> camera and display.
[20:06] <dagerik> how else can i play videos other than via ssh
[20:07] <gordonDrogon> connect a TV/Monitor and keyboard to it.
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[20:07] <Darkwell> gordonDrogon, which is which ?
[20:07] <Darkwell> dagerik, you could conenct ir sensor to the usb
[20:07] <Redostrike> or BT dongle
[20:08] <Darkwell> yah works fine to
[20:08] <IT_Sean> Darkwell: those are the DSI / CSI connectors. For the Foundation provided Display and Camera modules.
[20:08] <gordonDrogon> Darkwell, http://shop.pimoroni.com/blogs/news/7987093-pibow-and-the-camera-module <- You tell me :)
[20:08] <Darkwell> nice with BT is that any smartfphone could become your remote
[20:08] <Redostrike> or tablet
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[20:09] <Redostrike> or other bt enable pc
[20:09] <Darkwell> IT_Sean, ok cool
[20:09] <Darkwell> maybe i could plug my disply from my old samsung calaxy on it hehe
[20:09] <Redostrike> wont work
[20:09] <IT_Sean> won't work.
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[20:10] <Darkwell> wrong protocol ?
[20:10] <IT_Sean> You'll have to wait for The Foundation to release their display module.
[20:10] <IT_Sean> Basically, yeah, wrong protocol.
[20:10] <Darkwell> is it controlled from the video chip ?
[20:10] <Redostrike> i hope they give us some information about that soon
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[20:10] <Redostrike> and i hope we get some choises in inches :p
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[20:11] <IT_Sean> Redostrike: that is unlikely
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[20:11] <Redostrike> i know
[20:11] <Redostrike> but a man can only dream right
[20:11] <Darkwell> it could be cool to know more about the video chip do be ale to throw some tasks at it once i dont use the hdmi
[20:11] <IT_Sean> Untill we get closer to the release date, it's pretty much an unknown.
[20:11] <Redostrike> i understand :)
[20:11] <IT_Sean> Darkwell: don't hold your breath. The GPU is very much closed source and hush hush.
[20:12] <Darkwell> well
[20:12] <Darkwell> people have been able to reverse harder stuff =)
[20:12] <gordonDrogon> it's not hush hush as much as "sign here, in blood and we'll give you the docs" ...
[20:12] <dagerik> i got no sound when playing video with omxplayer
[20:12] <IT_Sean> I do hope someone manages to fully reverse engineer it, but, i'm not banking on it happening any time soon
[20:12] <Darkwell> you mean an nda ?
[20:13] <IT_Sean> yeah
[20:13] <Redostrike> dagerik do you have speaker connected to your pi?
[20:13] <Darkwell> jsut to close probable open source problematics
[20:13] <ruhju> dagerik, from hdmi?
[20:13] <dagerik> i wanna do it the command line waysound is from 3.5mm cable
[20:13] <dagerik> sound is from 3.5mm cable
[20:14] <Redostrike> connect some headphone to your pi
[20:14] <dagerik> speakers are connected to rasp inded
[20:14] <Redostrike> ok
[20:14] <dagerik> also how do i fullscreen omxplayer
[20:14] <Darkwell> i think the samest is to drop the nds about the graphic chips
[20:14] <Darkwell> sanest
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[20:15] <Darkwell> nda even
[20:15] <Redostrike> omxplayer -r /path/of/your/file
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[20:17] <dagerik> Redostrike: nice.thanks
[20:17] <dagerik> now i only need sound
[20:17] <ruhju> try omxplayer -o local for the sound
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[20:19] <linuxstb> Darkwell: https://github.com/hermanhermitage/videocoreiv/wiki/VideoCore-IV-Programmers-Manual
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[20:19] <dagerik> ruhju: yeah i got sound.
[20:20] <dagerik> ruhju: i do hear annoying sparkling though
[20:20] <IT_Sean> HDMI, or analog?
[20:20] <dagerik> not HDMI
[20:20] <IT_Sean> The analog audio comesouta is not very good.
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[20:21] <dagerik> wow. the people have low pitched monster sounds. as if the video was sped down.
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[20:22] <Darkwell> thanks linuxstb
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[20:23] <ruhju> audio quality seems to vary with different PSUs (http://www.raspberrypi.org/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f=38&t=37038)
[20:24] <alpha1125> gordonDrogon, thanks for the tip on adafruit.
[20:25] <Darkwell> linuxstb , has that documentation resulted in any libraries to ?
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[20:45] <linuxstb> Darkwell: Have you looked here? https://github.com/hermanhermitage/videocoreiv
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[20:48] <Nimatek> I just tried Arch on the Pi, there are no haskell packages in the repo. Does anyone know the reason why?
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[20:54] <Kane> o/
[20:54] <dagerik> the sound is too low pitched it seems.
[20:54] <dagerik> people have creepy monster movies
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[20:55] <JakeSays> Ricksl: ping
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[20:55] <Ricksl> oh hey there
[20:56] <Ricksl> what you been up to jake
[20:56] <JakeSays> Ricksl: working :(
[20:56] <Ricksl> Don't you hate it when life takes up all your free time.
[20:56] <JakeSays> yes!
[20:56] <JakeSays> so i broke down and bought a multimeter
[20:57] <IT_Sean> WOOT
[20:57] <Ricksl> nice, trust me don't bother putting it away or finding a place for it, just leave it on your desk
[20:57] <JakeSays> and i was able to get the internal isight camera that i lifted from my macbook to work on my pi. that was fun.
[20:57] <IT_Sean> Nice
[20:57] <IT_Sean> did it Just Work, or did you have drivers to sort out?
[20:59] <Ricksl> I think they are bound as usb devices if I recall my fiddling with bootcamp
[20:59] <Ricksl> Btw anyone have a tutorial for reading hex tables?
[20:59] <JakeSays> IT_Sean: i had to build the isight firmware tools to get the custom firmware to install on the camera, but after that it just worked.
[21:00] <IT_Sean> ahh
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[21:00] <JakeSays> for some reason ift isn't in raspian
[21:00] <dagerik> the sound is not working here on the video. all i hear is a high pitched hissing sound. i play the video like this omxplayer swap.avi -o local
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[21:04] <Ricksl> Glad to hear it just worked, I love it when things work after the first or second try.
[21:05] <JakeSays> Ricksl: so i have this linsys EA4500 router. it has a 1.2ghz arm, 128mb flash and 128mb ram in it. i'm dying to use it as a controller instead of a router, but none of the alt. firmware projects support marvel SoC's
[21:05] <JakeSays> so i downloaded the source for it, and am going to attempt my own kernel
[21:05] <Ricksl> Best of luck.
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[21:05] <Ricksl> That sounds way over my experience level.
[21:06] <JakeSays> i was able to get it to build - just have no idea how to install it. lol
[21:07] <JakeSays> Ricksl: you ever mess with PIR's?
[21:07] <Ricksl> PIR?
[21:07] <JakeSays> passive infrared receiver i think
[21:08] <Ricksl> Not really, I have done like remote recievers, don't think they were passive though
[21:09] <Ricksl> Yeah no I haven't. sorry
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[21:10] <gordonDrogon> its relatively easy to connect a PIR to the Pi.
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[21:12] <Darkwell> do you need special cams for the cam slot or can you build whatever you like there for the slot ?
[21:12] <Ricksl> wanting to make it so you can just use a motion sensor for the mouse
[21:12] <ParkerR> -_- just compiled flashrom on my Pi and I don;t even have a use for it. (At least I'm not letting the Pi go to waste, heh)
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[21:12] <ParkerR> *don't
[21:13] <JakeSays> Ricksl, gordonDrogon a few years ago i picked up one of these: http://www.halloweenforum.com/halloween-props/86777-radio-shack-talking-pumpkin-insert.html - i want to use the PIR off of it on my pi.
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[21:14] <Ricksl> Hm might be easy might not, depends on how the pir sensor fires off, some of them made for microcontrollers will just send a voltage when they detect movement.
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[21:15] <Darkwell> if you use motion ( program in linux ) you could use theraspicam
[21:15] <JakeSays> i think thats how this one works. it has four wires - red/black (power) and a white and green. the device ties those two together
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[21:15] <Darkwell> with a litttle bit of tweaking you can even set ara of interest etc
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[21:15] <Darkwell> jsut no idea abou the raspicam what it requires from the PSU
[21:15] <JakeSays> Darkwell: yeah i'm using motion
[21:15] <gordonDrogon> JakeSays, Hehe.... https://projects.drogon.net/halloween-pi/
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[21:16] <JakeSays> gordonDrogon: ah cool!
[21:16] <Darkwell> im curious if the raspicam that uses this port im looking at, how much power it requuires
[21:16] <gordonDrogon> most of the ones in alarm sensors, etc. need a period of stillness to 'reset', then any IR movement will trigger then.
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[21:16] <Darkwell> hope it is less than most usb cams
[21:17] <Ricksl> It looks like someone spliced the wire and found that it fires about a 3 volt signal when triggered.
[21:17] <Darkwell> what kind of motion do wou want to detect ?
[21:17] <gordonDrogon> I'd expect the raspi camera itself to be pretty low-power - mostly because all the hard work is done in the gpu...
[21:17] <Darkwell> motion of the device ( accelerometer ) or sens objects moving around from a distance ?
[21:18] <Darkwell> one good thing would be to know the specs of the gpu
[21:18] <gordonDrogon> do make sure the voltage going into the Pi is no more than 3.3v ...
[21:18] <Darkwell> to improve motion to not to make the cpu to check the data to detect motion
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[21:18] <Darkwell> legit reason why the specs should be available
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[21:19] <Darkwell> the machine could be faster if one made some tweaks thanks to the powerful GPU
[21:19] <Darkwell> i mean when using motion
[21:20] <Darkwell> from what ive read ( yet) the use of motion is a bit laggy in raspberry pi yet
[21:21] <Darkwell> so say you want to detect motion and record you might miss the interresting event because of the machine lag
[21:21] <Darkwell> hte fastest processng power here is the GPU so when getting video feed that the GPÄU already handles should be the quickest route jsut to check and compare frames in
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[21:22] <Darkwell> i use ultrasonic as proximity sensor for my desk detect
[21:22] <wasutton3> does anyone know how to set up a raspi sd card so that it is usable both in windows AND as a bootable os?
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[21:23] <Darkwell> yes
[21:23] <Darkwell> or not
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[21:23] <Darkwell> maybe try to do as in gentoo , where you have the boot manager ( grub) and able to select what to boot
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[21:24] <Darkwell> then you want to have a large sd that contains a partition for each os you want to boot
[21:24] <wasutton3> the restriction seems to be that windows will only let you use the first partition. (/dev/sda1 or mmcblkp1 or something like that)
[21:25] <Darkwell> the machine with dinwos... is it already booted when you read the sd ?
[21:25] <wasutton3> im not trying to boot windows, im trying to just copypaste files to the sd
[21:25] <Darkwell> ok i see
[21:25] <wasutton3> but windows only uses the first partition on sd cards
[21:25] <Darkwell> not really
[21:26] <gordonDrogon> make the first partition bigger.
[21:26] <wasutton3> and since fat16 is not an option, nor is ext2fs on the windows machines, It has to be fat32
[21:26] <Darkwell> but it also depends what file system the sd card is partitioned in
[21:26] <Darkwell> yes
[21:26] <wasutton3> iirc, the default bootloader points to the first partition (fat16), which then chainloads somehow into the main partition.
[21:27] <Darkwell> what are you trying to do ?
[21:27] <wasutton3> i'm creating a music player. but i need to copy and paste large music files to the raspberrypi's sd card
[21:27] <JakeSays> Ricksl: i'm seeing voltages from 2.3 to just under 5.
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[21:28] <Darkwell> wasutton3, and you cant conect the raspberry onto a lan and ftp/scp or whatever suits you files to your machine ?
[21:28] <Ricksl> Thats odd, one sec I gotta shower but I have a rough idea of what might be causing that
[21:29] <wasutton3> Darkwell, i'd rather not. Its going in a place thats rather far from the nearest network connection
[21:29] <wasutton3> so right now its sda1 = fat32 and large for data storage, sda2 56mb fat16 containing cmdline and the .img, and sda3 is the / partition. its like the mbr is pointing to the wrong place
[21:29] <Darkwell> no bt dongle ?
[21:29] <wasutton3> Darkwell, no
[21:29] <Darkwell> i see
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[21:30] <Darkwell> i would have a usb memstick with the files on
[21:30] <Darkwell> and forget about the sd
[21:30] <wasutton3> i thought about that, but that incurs extra traffic on the usb bus, which then really messes with the DAC
[21:30] <Darkwell> ?
[21:31] <Darkwell> are you saying that you cant play music that way ?
[21:31] <wasutton3> i'm using an external dac. AFAIK the sd card is not on the same bus as the usb controller
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[21:31] <wasutton3> Darkwell, no, it works. I just get pops and clicks and all kinds of distortion
[21:31] <Darkwell> weak PSU then i guess
[21:31] <wasutton3> my tests show the only thing that can be on the USB bus is the DAC
[21:32] <Darkwell> my guess its not the bus traffic
[21:32] <Darkwell> its the voltage drop
[21:32] <wasutton3> Darkwell, no, its a bench PSU that has a microusb on it
[21:32] <wasutton3> the osilloscope shows no voltage drop, and very little ripple
[21:32] <Darkwell> and not voltage drop ?
[21:32] <wasutton3> <1mV
[21:32] <Darkwell> hmm
[21:33] <Darkwell> does the pop sound predicable ?
[21:33] <wasutton3> Darkwell, no,
[21:33] <wasutton3> its an Asynchronous DAC
[21:33] <Darkwell> ive had same prob for a webcam and the fix was a patch that filteered away the pops
[21:34] <wasutton3> Darkwell, i'm supposedly running the latest everything
[21:34] <wasutton3> rasbian
[21:34] <Darkwell> i see
[21:34] <Darkwell> maybe its leak voltage between the usb ports =)
[21:34] <dagerik> the sound is not working here on the video. all i hear is a high pitched hissing sound. i play the video like this omxplayer swap.avi -o local
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[21:35] <Darkwell> i mean much is tripped off on the board to get it cheap
[21:35] <wasutton3> possible, hence why im going for the SD card
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[21:36] <Darkwell> ok I understand your prob
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[21:36] <Darkwell> how about expanding the partition on the entire sd
[21:37] <wasutton3> Darkwell, windows then only sees the first partition (the fat16) which gets mounted /boot. hardly the appropriate place for music files, and the fat16 spec maxes out at 2gb
[21:37] <Darkwell> and another thing is to add onto a memstick plug it in then copy on the raspberry pi to its sd
[21:37] <wasutton3> which isnt terribly helpful either
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[21:38] <gildean> or you could have multiple partitions on the card, one of them as fat32
[21:38] <Darkwell> so you could plug the memstick to the raspberry , then copy the files to its sd
[21:38] <wasutton3> Darkwell, that is an option, but it requires the user (someone that barely knows how to operate a computer) to get into the pi and shuffle things around
[21:38] <Darkwell> nah
[21:38] <Darkwell> add udev rules
[21:39] <wasutton3> gildean, tried that. windows will only use the first partition on an sd card
[21:39] <Darkwell> that detects the stick and automagically copies the files
[21:39] <gildean> wasutton3: are you sure you can't mount it manually from disk manager?
[21:39] <gildean> i've never actually tried that
[21:39] <Darkwell> so if the machine detects a "new" stick
[21:39] <Darkwell> it will ask use if they want it to get prepared
[21:40] <wasutton3> Darkwell, a decent idea as well. but the question is will it work with ANY usb drive, and will it ONLY copy music files
[21:40] <Darkwell> and add whatever id/file to it
[21:40] <MooseV2> Yeah, windows is awful for multiple partitions on a flash storage device
[21:40] <wasutton3> gildean, nope wont do that
[21:40] <wasutton3> even win8 won't do that
[21:40] <wasutton3> brb
[21:40] <Darkwell> wasutton3, yes if you write the script(s)well
[21:41] <Darkwell> first off you create udev rule that detect the stick for you, then write a script that is caled by your udev script to do all the logics you want
[21:42] <wasutton3> back
[21:42] <wasutton3> Darkwell, well then thats interesting. I think thatll be how it has to be done
[21:42] <Darkwell> ive written smoe udev rules for my android telephones with similar needs as you talk about
[21:43] <wasutton3> Darkwell, if you have them floating around, Id love to take a look at them to see how you did it
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[21:43] <Darkwell> those are pretty simple
[21:43] <dagerik> i am able to play mp3 files fine with mplayer. but the sound on videos played with omxplayer is borked. i get different results on different videos.
[21:43] <wasutton3> Darkwell, the logic script i can do. I
[21:43] <wasutton3> 've just never been very good with udev
[21:43] <Darkwell> its jsut the documentation around that has to be gathered and refined =)
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[21:44] <Darkwell> ok hang on ill check for my example file
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[21:45] <Darkwell> for my cellphones there are 2 different rules , one to enable the ADB , and another for detecting when the whones are going into slave mode
[21:46] <Darkwell> the udev rules are like writing iptables rules almost =)
[21:46] <dagerik> sudo amixer cset numid=3 1 gives me "Could not find specified element." help
[21:47] <wasutton3> Darkwell, pity im even worse at iptables :P
[21:47] <Darkwell> lol
[21:47] <Darkwell> ok
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[21:47] <Darkwell> whicks tart :
[21:48] <harris> hey ParkerR
[21:48] <Darkwell> udevadm monitor --environment <----- will show you the info about stuff
[21:48] <wasutton3> ok
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[21:48] <Darkwell> for sintance show what info you get from the usbmemstic stc
[21:48] <ParkerR> harris, Hey
[21:48] <Darkwell> stc= etc
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[21:49] <wasutton3> Darkwell, i will have to do that once i get a usb stick to use :P
[21:49] <harris> guess what ParkerR
[21:49] <ParkerR> What
[21:49] <harris> guess
[21:49] <ParkerR> I'm not quessing
[21:49] <ParkerR> *guessing
[21:49] <Darkwell> the file i hve for you to check
[21:49] <harris> i got lightdm to show the users on the login page
[21:49] <ParkerR> Nice
[21:50] <Darkwell> is a slight change of something i found on the web and changedto add special mountpint for my cellphone
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[21:50] <harris> so ParkerR later can you help me set up ssh
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[21:50] <ParkerR> harris, sudo raspi-config
[21:51] <ParkerR> Enable ssh, reboot
[21:51] <ParkerR> Done
[21:51] <harris> i cant do it now
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[21:51] <wasutton3> Darkwell, i think i have found a problem with the udev rule idea
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[21:52] <wasutton3> what happens when i run out of space...?
[21:53] <Darkwell> http://pastebin.com/2THABwWA
[21:53] <Darkwell> ok what prob ?
[21:53] <Encrypt> wasutton3, You've no more space on your SD Card ?
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[21:53] <wasutton3> Encrypt, no, im talkign if i implement the udev rule and autocopy of music files from usb to sd card, i'll eventually run out of space
[21:53] <dagerik> aplay, mpg123 and mplayer plays sound correctly. but omxplayer borks the sound. how do i diagnose this?
[21:54] <Encrypt> Ok...
[21:54] <ParkerR> dagerik, What sound are you trying to play?
[21:55] <ParkerR> And do you have the right output (-o hdmi or -o local)
[21:55] <Darkwell> wasutton3, your script can fix that
[21:55] <dagerik> ParkerR: it is a video i downloaded which has sound. yes i am using omxplayer -o local swap.avi.
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[21:55] <dagerik> speaks are plugged in on 3.5mm jack
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[21:56] <wasutton3> Darkwell, not easily. I could have it just start deleting the oldest ones, but what if the user wanted to keep them?
[21:56] <Darkwell> look at the pastebin example
[21:56] <Darkwell> all your probs are solvable
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[21:57] <MooseV2> Why don't you just have it sync from the usb?
[21:57] <MooseV2> Delete a file on the usb and its deleted from sd on next sync
[21:57] <wasutton3> MooseV2, also a decent idea
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[21:58] <wasutton3> MooseV2, but then id just have the udev rule tie it to a specific usb stick
[21:58] <wasutton3> MooseV2, and thatd be a nice rsync one-liner
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[21:59] <dagerik> when i play a video with omxplayer, all the people have really low pitched voice. so they all get "monster" voices. as if more blood is rushing towards brain. help
[21:59] <Darkwell> you can identify the usbstick uniquely
[21:59] <MooseV2> Wait, rsync can sync local?
[21:59] <Encrypt> Ye
[21:59] <Encrypt> Yep*
[21:59] <MooseV2> Whoa.
[21:59] <wasutton3> Darkwell, yea thats what i was thinking
[21:59] <MooseV2> Mind blown
[21:59] <wasutton3> MooseV2, yea its really handy
[21:59] <Darkwell> udev have it all there
[21:59] <Encrypt> rsync <source> <target>
[22:00] <wasutton3> Darkwell, then i just sorta follow this http://hackaday.com/2009/09/18/how-to-write-udev-rules/
[22:00] <Darkwell> and your extra script could check for file on the stick(s) if not existing those are asking the user if they want to prepare it for music
[22:00] <wasutton3> Darkwell, well this pi is gonna be headless, so that wont work
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[22:01] <Darkwell> the pastebin example is rules for several fs formattings and also detecting exception ( cellphone)
[22:01] <wasutton3> Darkwell, ive been seeing that
[22:01] <Darkwell> wasutton3, store the file on the memstick
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[22:02] <Darkwell> if you are sqlite savvy
[22:02] <wasutton3> Darkwell, well then that would just have to be a simple text file that gets parsed
[22:02] <Darkwell> you could add database for files etc
[22:02] <wasutton3> Darkwell, remember this isnt a tech savvy user, its gonna be copypaste from windows
[22:02] <Darkwell> yeah
[22:02] <Darkwell> the udev script handdles it all
[22:03] <Darkwell> the file isnt supposed to be seen by the windows user at all in windows
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[22:03] <Darkwell> its jsut for your udev script =)
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[22:04] <wasutton3> i dont quite follow. the file just asks the user if he wants to copy music to the drive?
[22:04] <wasutton3> i might be better off with an .is_music_player file
[22:05] <Darkwell> http://superuser.com/questions/53978/ubuntu-automatically-mount-external-drives-to-media-label-on-boot-without-a-u
[22:06] <Darkwell> you can have a .super_media_fun_log
[22:06] <MooseV2> Why don't you just use usbmount?
[22:06] <Darkwell> the link is an example of udev rule calling external .sh script(s)
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[22:06] <wasutton3> Darkwell, the linux side isnt the problem. Its how to handle the windows side
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[22:06] <Darkwell> drag n drop as usual to the memstic
[22:07] <Darkwell> if the file .myspecial file exists the udev mouting script will know that this is your music sctic
[22:07] <Darkwell> it can also be used to dump logs and bake in special features etc to
[22:08] <Darkwell> as your solution evolves =)
[22:08] <ozzzy> anyone know how to get nfs mounts to follow symlinks
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[22:08] <wasutton3> Darkwell, a good idea indeed
[22:08] <Darkwell> so ifsomeone gets probs you can ask them to dump .myfile for you
[22:09] <Darkwell> because if the stick is mounted, yuo can certainly dump logs on it
[22:09] <Darkwell> either in that file or some other . file
[22:10] <Darkwell> the have a . file that means something for the udev is to make sure that the user has accepted the stick as a media/music storage and the copying will be more or less automatic from there
[22:11] <Darkwell> i suppose youw ant the pi to be more automated than windows
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[22:13] <wasutton3> Darkwell, very much so
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[22:13] <Darkwell> yeah
[22:13] <Darkwell> if youw ant to lock the machine
[22:14] <Darkwell> you can even store say a hash of a password for given user on the memstick , not a user on the machine
[22:14] <Darkwell> when mounted and prepared the machine asks for password or will not compy/do anything
[22:14] <Encrypt> Which is the best case between PiHolder and the IcebergCase ? :p
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[22:16] <Darkwell> i wait for a coldcase =)
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[22:18] <Darkwell> you dont ilke this http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/677951563/sweetbox-ii-the-perfect-case-for-your-raspberry-pione Encrypt ? :
[22:18] <Darkwell> gah
[22:18] <Encrypt> 404
[22:18] <Darkwell> http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/677951563/sweetbox-ii-the-perfect-case-for-your-raspberry-pi
[22:18] <Darkwell> wobbly fingers =)
[22:19] <Encrypt> Ya, I had seen that one :)
[22:19] <Darkwell> i like their thinking about the coolin
[22:19] <Darkwell> jsut want to see more surface
[22:19] <Encrypt> Pretty simple and functional...
[22:19] <Darkwell> yeah
[22:19] <Darkwell> only the cooling could be improved
[22:19] <oal> just mounted some heatsinks on my pi. DIY style :) https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/262587/heatsinks.jpg
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[22:20] <Encrypt> But that's not the one for cooling a Pi...
[22:20] <IT_Sean> oal you do know the raspi does not need heatsinks, right?
[22:20] <Darkwell> hehe its good enough
[22:20] <Encrypt> How cold is your Pi then?
[22:20] <oal> IT_Sean, it's cool, if you know what I mean ;)
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[22:21] <Darkwell> f you get a jewelers file you can make your own from cupper
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[22:21] <Encrypt> You see, the CPU of mine is 50°C hot...
[22:21] <oal> 47C at 900mhz, overclocked
[22:22] <Darkwell> oc
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[22:22] <Darkwell> c
[22:22] <Encrypt> Even without overclocking as far as I'm concerned!
[22:22] <Darkwell> oic
[22:22] <harris> ANYONE KNOW IF YOU CAN GET DROPBOX IN RASPBIAN
[22:22] <IT_Sean> harris: press your capslock key
[22:22] <Encrypt> :p
[22:22] <Darkwell> right now im just cooling with aluminium from a used beer can
[22:22] <harris> oh soory
[22:22] <Darkwell> not the superb coolig
[22:23] <oal> Might not be the prettiest or most efficient sinks, but I feel them heating up somewhat, so they do work, to some extent :)
[22:23] <harris> didnt realize caps lock was on
[22:23] <Encrypt> Have a look here: https://www.dropbox.com/help/247/fr
[22:23] <Encrypt> You could that way I imagine...
[22:23] <Darkwell> right now ive been finishing my last jewellers file on my last project
[22:23] <oal> I should add that the Pi is 90-100% cpu at all times as it runs motion and a 1280x720 webcam
[22:24] <oal> so it's 45-47C still
[22:24] <Darkwell> so heatsinks will be done later, ceramics has a tendency to wear your files pretty rapidl =))
[22:24] <Encrypt> Mine runs lots of things...
[22:24] <dagerik> when i play a video with omxplayer, all the people have really low pitched voice. so they all get "monster" voices. as if more blood is rushing towards brain. help
[22:24] <Encrypt> And 24 hours a day...
[22:24] <Encrypt> That's why I think it must be worth buying an Iceberg or PiHolder case...
[22:24] <Encrypt> Even if that's very expensive...
[22:25] <oal> yeah, just wanted to make it clear that 47C with heatsinks wasn't without any load
[22:25] <Encrypt> Because that's a nice case as well, don't you think so? :p
[22:25] <Darkwell> r is cupper to get at your place ?
[22:25] <Darkwell> how hard
[22:25] <harris> should i set enable camera if i dont have pi camers
[22:25] <IT_Sean> harris: no.
[22:25] <harris> but might get it in future
[22:25] <IT_Sean> That setting is for the camera module
[22:25] <IT_Sean> You can always enable it later.
[22:26] <harris> ok so how do i set up ssh
[22:26] <Encrypt> On Rasbian ?
[22:26] <oal> harris, it's already set up on raspbia
[22:26] <Encrypt> Raspbian*
[22:26] <harris> i enabled it in raspi-config now what
[22:26] <Darkwell> if you ahve a dremel tool if you are into not do it anually you can use a dremel on a suger cube sized cupper piece to create your heatsink
[22:26] <Encrypt> Ya, that was enable by default
[22:26] <oal> ssh pi@ip, password is raspberry, harris
[22:27] <harris> the username is harris
[22:27] <harris> password is BasketBall2000
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[22:27] <harris> so how can i ssh it from ubuntu
[22:27] <Darkwell> harris, either reboot or run sudo su and then try /etc/init.dsshd restart
[22:27] <Darkwell> harris, either reboot or run sudo su and then try /etc/init.d/sshd restart
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[22:27] <Encrypt> We've got harris' password \o/
[22:27] <oal> ssh harris@raspberry-ip, then type in your password when it asks for it
[22:27] <Encrypt> :p
[22:28] <IT_Sean> harris: it is generally A Bad Idea to post your password in here, for everyone to see.
[22:28] <Encrypt> You have to find your raspberry pi's IP
[22:28] <Darkwell> harris dont tell your ip ok ? =)
[22:28] <harris> ok
[22:28] <harris> how do i find ip
[22:28] <Encrypt> harris, I mean local IP
[22:28] <Darkwell> you are funny
[22:28] <Darkwell> ifconfig
[22:28] <Darkwell> ifconfig eth0
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[22:28] <Encrypt> Just find "inet adr"
[22:29] <harris> found it
[22:29] <Encrypt> Then you've got the IP address
[22:29] <Darkwell> if you use windows i suggest you have putty to enter your machine
[22:29] <harris> i use ubuntu
[22:29] <Darkwell> ok cool
[22:29] <Darkwell> the you jsut ssh it
[22:29] <Encrypt> By the way, it's a good idea to set it once for all
[22:29] <Darkwell> ssh user@ip
[22:30] <harris> so
[22:30] <Encrypt> Otherwise, DHCP will change it
[22:30] <harris> ssh harris@myip
[22:30] <Encrypt> yep
[22:31] <Darkwell> maybe wherer should be started some kind of documentation project for this
[22:31] <Encrypt> E.g : ssh harris@192.168.1.5
[22:31] <Darkwell> i dontmean to write everythig from scratch
[22:31] <harris> Encrypt, whats that ip
[22:31] <Darkwell> but tto have a collection with reference to say the linux documentation project etc
[22:31] <Darkwell> for new users
[22:31] <Encrypt> A random IP
[22:32] <Encrypt> Just to show you how it worked
[22:32] <harris> ok
[22:32] <harris> real quick
[22:32] <harris> offtopic
[22:32] <harris> how can i set lxdm to be deafult
[22:32] <harris> i changed it on accident
[22:32] <Darkwell> raspiconfig ?
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[22:33] <harris> how do i do it there da
[22:33] <harris> rkwell
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[22:34] <Darkwell> are you running raspbian ?
[22:34] <harris> yes
[22:34] <Darkwell> i checked
[22:35] <Darkwell> im not a debian/raspbian savvy
[22:35] <Darkwell> but how did you change it in first place ?
[22:35] <harris> idk
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[22:35] <harris> i installed slim
[22:35] <harris> and ever since it isnt
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[22:35] <harris> lxdm
[22:35] <harris> i uninstalled slim and still
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[22:36] <Darkwell> ok so so the apt-get command maybe rerwote the config(s) ?
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[22:37] <harris> so what do i do
[22:37] <Darkwell> hang on
[22:37] <Darkwell> im checking
[22:37] <harris> ok
[22:38] <Darkwell> its supposed to be possible to fix manually to
[22:38] <Darkwell> jsut checking so im not suggesting anything breaking the debian standard(s)
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[22:38] <harris> would shadeslayer
[22:39] <harris> sorry
[22:39] <harris> shiftplusone, know
[22:43] <Encrypt> Darkwell, By the way, I'm thinking about something...
[22:43] <harris> Darkwell, find anything
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[22:43] <Darkwell> im not finding things where i expect it heheh
[22:43] <Darkwell> imtoo used to gentoo
[22:43] <Encrypt> The "sweetbox" has heatsinks with the same dimensions as the chips themselves...
[22:44] <Encrypt> What's the aim then?
[22:44] <IT_Sean> ?
[22:45] <harris> IT_Sean, do you know
[22:45] <Encrypt> It theoretically can't evacuate more heat than the chips themselves...
[22:45] <Darkwell> you mean harris's prob or the heatsinks ?
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[22:45] <Encrypt> The heatsinks which accompany the sweetbox
[22:45] <Darkwell> Encrypt, you are right givn the surfaces are same
[22:45] <Encrypt> (maybe that* accompany)
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[22:46] <IT_Sean> the only point of selling heatsinks for the raspi is to alleviate some fools of their money..
[22:46] <Encrypt> So this is pretty useless... :p
[22:46] <Encrypt> IT_Sean, Maybe...
[22:46] <IT_Sean> No, not maybe.
[22:46] <Darkwell> if you dont build them yourself =)
[22:46] <ParkerR> It _can_ help if you are overclocking a lot
[22:46] <ozzzy> there's a youtube video or two on the efficacy of heatsinks on Pis
[22:46] <Encrypt> But I'm talking about Physics...
[22:47] <IT_Sean> The Raspi, under normal conditions, does not require additional cooling.
[22:47] <Darkwell> prob is the ssooling surface has t be much greater then the ships own surface
[22:47] <Encrypt> If heatsinks have no impact on the Pi, the sweetbox one can't have one at all...
[22:47] <Darkwell> thats what i think is the prob with the "buttons"
[22:47] <IT_Sean> Unless it is seriousily overcloked, and overvolted, it should not require additional cooling
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[22:47] <ozzzy> basically... the heatsinks cooled the chip initially... but then temps went back up and stabilized where they were... unless there was a fan involved
[22:47] <harris> boom got it Darkwell
[22:47] <Darkwell> good
[22:48] <Darkwell> how did you do it ?
[22:48] <Darkwell> i looked the manual way
[22:48] <harris> update-alternatives --config x-session-manager
[22:48] <dagerik> now aplay -l wont even list the soundcard. oh i am messing up bad
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[22:48] <harris> then it shows the session managers each with a number
[22:48] <Darkwell> ok cool harris
[22:49] <harris> you type the number according to the session and press enter
[22:49] <Darkwell> you taught me something new about raspbian now =)
[22:49] <Encrypt> I have to go, Ubuntu Party tomorrow in Paris \o/
[22:49] <Darkwell> have fun
[22:49] <harris> have fun
[22:49] <Encrypt> Thanks ;)
[22:49] <harris> so now Darkwell
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[22:49] <Encrypt> See you! ;)
[22:49] <Darkwell> laters
[22:49] <harris> when i ssh
[22:49] <harris> how can i get it to show me the gui so i feel like im on the actual pi
[22:50] <Darkwell> either you export the display from the pi
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[22:50] <Darkwell> to your ubuntu machine
[22:50] <Darkwell> or you use vnc
[22:50] <ParkerR> harris, I already told you
[22:50] <ParkerR> In #raspbian
[22:50] <harris> ParkerR, you were confussing
[22:50] <ParkerR> I gave you the exact commands
[22:50] <harris> so Darkwell
[22:50] <harris> just install vnc>
[22:50] <harris> ?
[22:51] <ParkerR> sudo apt-get install tightvncserver
[22:51] <dagerik> help me get sound working. i get this when testing with aplay; http://bpaste.net/show/103441/
[22:51] <Darkwell> yes vnc server on pi
[22:51] <ParkerR> Then run vncpasswd
[22:51] <Darkwell> and client on ubuntu
[22:51] <ParkerR> And set a password
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[22:51] <Darkwell> but wait
[22:51] <ParkerR> Then tightvncserver -geometry 800x600
[22:51] <Darkwell> if you are already running x on your pi
[22:51] <Darkwell> dont even bother about vnc
[22:52] <harris> i can use harris@ipadress
[22:52] <harris> but thats not the gui
[22:52] <ParkerR> I give up
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[22:52] <Darkwell> its ok harris
[22:52] <Darkwell> ill tell you
[22:52] <Darkwell> dont care about the vnc at all ok ?
[22:52] <dagerik> i am not giving up
[22:53] <Darkwell> harris give this a look :
[22:53] <Darkwell> http://www.xappsoftware.com/wordpress/2012/10/08/exporting-the-raspberry-display-on-your-pc-using-a-xorg/
[22:54] <harris> ok
[22:54] <harris> looking now
[22:54] <harris> ty
[22:54] <Darkwell> there is example how to export the display from your pi to another computer
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[22:55] <Darkwell> the prob there is they show with cygwin
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[22:55] <Darkwell> ill try to find smoething else for you
[22:55] * rikai_ is now known as rikai
[22:55] <harris> ok
[22:55] <harris> Darkwell, can i say something
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[22:56] <Darkwell> sure
[22:57] <harris> you are a huge help thank you so much
[22:57] <Darkwell> np
[22:57] <Darkwell> http://deadbird.fr/index.php?p=432
[22:57] <Darkwell> better ne for your setup
[22:58] <Darkwell> linux rind xorg ( X11 and it can export its display back and forth =)
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[22:58] <Darkwell> rind = runs
[22:58] <harris> soooo
[22:59] <harris> is it the headless
[22:59] <harris> pi
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[23:00] <harris> Darkwell, is this line on pi or pc
[23:00] <harris> ssh -X pi@192.168.1.99
[23:01] <Darkwell> which page ?
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[23:01] <harris> http://deadbird.fr/index.php?p=432
[23:01] <harris> down at the headless
[23:01] <MachinaeWolf> What's the highest psu for the oldest model B?
[23:01] <djazz> http://i.imgur.com/5ARBUk0.jpg :)
[23:04] <MachinaeWolf> I'm asking because I'm pretty sure I only have a psu with the minimum
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[23:05] <Darkwell> harris, its on your pi
[23:05] <harris> ok so how do i find my ip on ubuntu
[23:06] <Darkwell> ifconfig
[23:06] <Darkwell> in a terminal
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[23:06] <harris> ok and what is it under
[23:06] <Darkwell> xtgerm
[23:06] <Darkwell> xterm
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[23:06] <harris> inet address
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[23:06] <Darkwell> you probably have other wasy in ubunto to find
[23:06] <ladoga> ifconfig | grep "inet addr"
[23:06] <Darkwell> but term is what i know best lol
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[23:06] <ladoga> likely 192.168.*.*
[23:07] <Darkwell> sorry
[23:08] <Darkwell> ssh -X line is suppsed to be frmo your pc to pi
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[23:09] <harris> ok and this
[23:09] <harris> xhost +192.168.1.99
[23:09] <harris> is supposed to be laptops ip or rpis
[23:09] <ladoga> yes basically on your ubuntu machine you open a terminal window and run it
[23:09] <ladoga> raspi
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[23:10] <Darkwell> xhost on pc
[23:10] <Darkwell> export display line on pi
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[23:11] <Darkwell> then rin whatever command you know will start a gui thing and you should see that on your pc
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[23:11] <harris> how do i start chrome
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[23:11] <harris> chromium
[23:11] <harris> whats that code
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[23:11] <ozzzy> did you install chrome
[23:11] <harris> chromium yes
[23:11] <Darkwell> tru run midori on your pi
[23:11] <harris> dont have midori
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[23:12] <Darkwell> thats a browser that is in your default install of raspbian
[23:12] <ozzzy> if you installed the raspbian image you have midori
[23:12] <harris> i deleted it
[23:12] <Darkwell> the command is issued on the pi
[23:12] <Darkwell> and then all gui will export to your pc
[23:12] <Darkwell> ah ok
[23:12] <Peemo> Hey I want to add a "power switch" to my Pi, can anyone point me in the right direction?
[23:12] <Darkwell> same goes for whatever prog with ui
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[23:12] <Peemo> I found this http://lifehacker.com/5994036/add-a-reset-switch-to-a-raspberry-pi which seems really easy but it's for a reset switch not a power switch.
[23:13] <harris> ok to claify
[23:13] <Darkwell> Peemo, no shutdown -h now ?
[23:13] <ladoga> seems like exporting DISPLAY isn't necessary
[23:13] <harris> i type this code in the pi
[23:13] <harris> or laptop
[23:13] <Darkwell> export display is important
[23:13] <ladoga> i just ran xhost +raspi
[23:13] <ozzzy> I never had to bother with xhost
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[23:13] <harris> ok
[23:13] <Darkwell> hmm
[23:13] <ladoga> followed by "ssh -Y user@raspi"
[23:13] <Darkwell> dont kow but xhost isnt impåortant
[23:13] <Darkwell> =)
[23:13] <Darkwell> lol
[23:14] <harris> im trying to find video guides
[23:14] <ladoga> and forwarding apps works fine
[23:14] <ozzzy> I just use ssh -X to let X through
[23:14] <Peemo> Darkwell: Oh of course I use that right now, but I'm making a gaming console and I would love a real power button to turn it on and off.
[23:14] <Darkwell> but it was aout 15 ears ago i exported disays activaly
[23:14] <Darkwell> Peemo, perhaps write a python script ansuse gpio ?
[23:15] <Darkwell> and ues gpio ?
[23:15] <ozzzy> Peemo... you'd have to bypass the micro usb with to a switch then to an external power connector
[23:15] <Peemo> Oh interesting.
[23:15] <Darkwell> tnk youc ould jsut check for a shot between 1 pins , all you might need is a resistor and short 2 pins
[23:15] <ladoga> ssh -Y might be faster, though I'm not sure. It treats target as trusted
[23:15] <Darkwell> and then trigger shutdown -h now
[23:16] <ladoga> ssh -X is more secure
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[23:16] <ladoga> anyway either should work
[23:16] <Darkwell> yeah
[23:16] <harris> is it too much to just want to be able to use pi without having access to it
[23:16] <Darkwell> i think -X is preferrable
[23:16] <Darkwell> to not to let freeloaders in
[23:16] <ozzzy> does sshd compress the data by default?
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[23:17] <harris> i want to see the gui
[23:17] <Darkwell> then restart the server and all will be exported for you
[23:18] <dagerik> i am able to play sound using mpg123, mplayer and aplay. however using omxplayer the sound gets distorted or different results on difference videos. i am using omxplayer -o local file.avi via ssh. video is good.
[23:18] <Darkwell> mean
[23:18] <ozzzy> dagerik: video over ssh will always be crap
[23:18] <Darkwell> you could fix in the startx to export everyting
[23:18] <dagerik> ozzzy: it's not over ssh
[23:18] <ParkerR> ozzzy, It doesnt play via ssh
[23:18] <ParkerR> It play on the Pi
[23:18] <ParkerR> But you can launch it in an ssh session
[23:19] <ozzzy> i am using omxplayer -o local file.avi via ssh. video is good. <--- you said ssh
[23:19] <ParkerR> *plays
[23:19] <ParkerR> It runs via SSH but uses the Pi hardware
[23:19] <Darkwell> the pi is playing a stream so to say ? =)
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[23:20] <Darkwell> brb dog walkine
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[23:21] <harris> anyone have code to start chromium
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[23:21] <ozzzy> chromium or chrome
[23:22] <harris> chromium
[23:22] <rymate1234> >chromium on a pi
[23:22] <rymate1234> You poor person
[23:22] <ozzzy> have you tried 'chromium'
[23:22] <harris> what
[23:23] <harris> when i type the code in the ssh
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[23:23] <harris> it opens on pi
[23:23] <dagerik> so omxplayer plays a mp3 or wav file nicely. but when playing videos, the sound is distorted.
[23:23] <ozzzy> tht's what it is supposed to do
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[23:23] <harris> would remote login be wwhat i want
[23:24] <harris> where i can access everything
[23:24] <harris> brb
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[23:25] <ParkerR> rymate1234, It's not that bad
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[23:26] <harris> i want it to be like im on my pi
[23:26] <harris> when im really on laptop
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[23:27] <rymate1234> harris: Look up vnc
[23:28] <harris> ok?
[23:28] <rymate1234> However using the pi over the network is going to be terribly slow
[23:28] <harris> ugh
[23:28] <harris> i just need to use pi from laptop
[23:31] <dagerik> harris: you can use ssh for that
[23:31] <harris> i need to see the gui though'
[23:32] <rymate1234> Why?
[23:32] <Darkwell> back
[23:32] <ParkerR> I suggested VNC and the steps on how to use it. ALl you need now is just a viewer
[23:32] <Darkwell> thinking of it
[23:32] <dagerik> harris: try ssh with X forwarded. can also try vnc
[23:33] <Darkwell> i recall i only used ssh -L
[23:33] <Darkwell> to export my displays
[23:34] <ozzzy> I just use -XC
[23:34] <ozzzy> [shrug]
[23:35] <ozzzy> or... vncserver :1
[23:35] <ozzzy> then run krdc on the desktop or tightvncclient on the win7 machine
[23:37] <ParkerR> harris, http://pastebin.com/B5TFkFD2
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[23:44] <dagerik> i am experiencing the same as this dude is; http://www.raspberrypi.org/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f=53&t=43116&p=345272&hilit=omxplayer#p345272
[23:44] <dagerik> the symptoms that is.
[23:46] <pksato> dagerik: on all videos? any format? any codec?
[23:46] <harris> would lxsession do it
[23:46] <dagerik> pksato: all three i've tried.
[23:47] <Tachyon`> you could try a dist-upgrade, perhaps your omxplayer depends on newer libs that have been held back
[23:47] <dagerik> i got my rasp today. it is up to date
[23:48] <dagerik> omxplayer plays .mp3 and .wav files fine though.
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[23:48] <dagerik> but not video files with sound
[23:48] <ant_thomas> did you download the raspian image labelled 2013-02-09?
[23:48] <dagerik> ant_thomas: no, archlinux-hf-2013-02-11.zip
[23:49] <ant_thomas> have you tried to do any updates?
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[23:49] <dagerik> yes system is fully updated
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[23:53] <Darkwell> lol
[23:53] <Darkwell> things are simpler these days ;
[23:53] <Darkwell> harris jsut to export the display you can run ssh -Y pi@pihost
[23:53] <Darkwell> then run wthe command in the terminal there
[23:53] <Darkwell> and it will be exported
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[23:53] <Darkwell> no extra fuzz
[23:54] <Darkwell> i tested it myeslf right now
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[23:57] <Darkwell> ok jsut doing ssh -Y doesnt make the server export the diplay when trying startx =)
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