#raspberrypi IRC Log

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IRC Log for 2013-06-04

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[0:44] <timmmaaaayyy> i have a bit of a problem....my pi is booting to a kdb> prompt
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[0:44] <timmmaaaayyy> i have OPENVPN certs that i really really don't want to lose on this pi.
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[0:45] <timmmaaaayyy> can i mount the card on another device somehow if it wont boot up?
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[1:04] <plugwash> timmmaaaayyy, depends on why it won't boot up :/
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[1:05] <plugwash> sure you can mount a SD card from a pi on another system but inability to mount the root filesystem may be why you can't get the thing to boot up in the first place :/
[1:05] <mtang> anyone tried that atrix setup?
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[1:30] <sover> hi all. Is anyone else noticing that ssh seems to randomly cut out on raspbian?
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[1:33] <chod> not seen that sover
[1:34] <sover> :( I'm seeing it consistently with both raspbian and arch
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[1:35] <atouk> wifi?
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[1:35] <sover> no, straight ethernet
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[1:36] <atouk> never had session drop one me either
[1:36] <sover> was looking through the manual and not finding much that could explain it
[1:36] <sover> I'll keep looking, thanks
[1:36] <atouk> loose/bad cable?
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[1:38] <pksato> sover: cut out like a connection closed (return to original shell, or close windows, etc). Or its freeze?
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[1:40] <pksato> to not lost some work, use screen to keep remote shell session open. screen run on 'server' side.
[1:40] <pksato> screen or other.
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[2:00] <excalibas> I want to try the new raspbian image, is there a way to upgrade or do I have to make a new install?
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[2:07] <fireraisr> anyone have some fav programs to run on the pi?
[2:07] <fireraisr> looking for suggestions
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[2:10] <excalibas> fireraisr: mocp
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[2:27] <ParkerR> fireraisr, yt (command-line youtube browser)
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[2:48] <CarlFK> http://www.timvideos.us/chipy live Raspberry Pi meeting
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[2:49] <Firehopper> neat!
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[3:04] <cbb2296> Hey gys is there a way to dual boot raspian and raspbmc?
[3:05] <ParkerR> berryboot might do it
[3:05] <cbb2296> awesome. ill look into that. thanks
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[3:07] <cbb2296> anyone here use xbmc and stream their movies from a server?
[3:08] <ParkerR> Many people
[3:08] <cbb2296> What would be the easiest way of doing that then? I have a tower pc in the same room as my pi but i also have an airport express
[3:09] <cbb2296> I figure that there has to be a way to interface xbmc and the airport express but I dont know how
[3:09] <ParkerR> cbb2296, You could just make a share on the computer
[3:09] <ParkerR> And then add that share to XBMC on the Pi
[3:10] <cbb2296> makes sense but the fans are pretty noisy to have it be always on
[3:10] <cbb2296> Probably what ill end up doing though so thanks
[3:10] <cbb2296> one more for you
[3:10] <cbb2296> raspbmc or openelec?
[3:11] <ParkerR> Raspbmc if you want more flexibility. Plex if you want a simple setup and central media server
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[3:34] <[Saint]> IS there any way to skip the raspi-config launch on first boot and jump into a headless system straight away?
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[3:57] <gonzoflip> Saint: I believe raspbian has ssh on by default, but "a tiny bit of googling would've left any doubt at the door".
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[4:02] <[Saint]> hey, yeah, thanks for that information I already knew. I'm not concerned about that, I was wondering if I could force the raspi-config on first boot to skip so I can immediately get access to the display from a remote system.
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[4:05] <[Saint]> side note for why this is important is that the remote system has no input sources apart from touchscreen.
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[4:06] <[Saint]> I guess I'll just set it up first, and then get it working as it should secondly - I was just wondering if I could skip that raspi-config run at first boot and have it "just work" OOTB.
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[4:08] <jambey> xbmc plays movies that are compressed in rar format on my pc will raspbmc do the same thing or will I have to extract my library?
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[4:28] <peemox> Hey guys!
[4:29] <peemox> Which IRC client do you use on the RPi?
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[4:29] <hydroxygen> xchat works fine on a pi
[4:29] <neirpyc> Has anyone tried using a GW-US54Mini2 wi-fi dongle with the Pi?
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[4:37] <cbb2296> my pis were supposed to be here on friday... playing the ups waiting game
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[4:40] <cbb2296> anyone know a way to resurrect a seemingly dead sd card? It shows up fine but I can't read from it. I've tried formatting it with disk utility with no luck
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[4:52] <jambey> cbb2296, most SD cards have some kind of warrenty. Your best bet is to get a replacement for free if you can.
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[4:56] <neirpyc> Anyone know how to ssh into a Pi sharing internet with my MacBook over ethernet?
[4:56] <neirpyc> It's a first boot
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[5:09] <peemox> neirpyc: Will Cyberduck work? That's what I use but I'm not using ethernet, just the network.
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[5:13] <neirpyc> I suppose it might - I can't even figure out the IP address of my Pi when it's plugged into my MacBook, though
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[5:16] <peemox> neirpyc: /sudo ifconfig
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[5:17] <neirpyc> I keep getting connection refused on the address it gives me for en0
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[5:20] <peemox> Not sure, that's what I did and that IP worked for me.
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[5:29] <peemox> Anyone running RetroPie?
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[5:32] <cbb2296> Hey guys has anyone flashed the new NOOBS recovery?
[5:32] <cbb2296> I keep getting errors when trying to install any of the OS's
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[5:37] <cbb2296> Wait I think I forgot to do a full overwrite when I formatted the card which may be the problem
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[5:53] <JakeSays> so whats the quickest way to backup my sdcard?
[5:53] <neirpyc> Which OS are you using on your main computer?
[5:53] <JakeSays> windows
[5:54] <JakeSays> although i could do a linux vm too
[5:54] <neirpyc> Win32DiskImager I think
[5:54] <neirpyc> It lets you create an .img file out of a drive.
[5:55] <Coburn> correct
[5:55] <neirpyc> Just plug in your SD card, point Win32DI to it, and go.
[5:55] <JakeSays> i'll give it a try
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[6:02] <JakeSays> neirpyc: that didnt work - it only read the first partition
[6:03] <neirpyc> How big is the file it created?
[6:03] <JakeSays> 56mb
[6:04] <neirpyc> You're pointing it at the card itself?
[6:04] <JakeSays> yeah
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[6:04] <Coburn> That's not right - I can backup my 8GB SD and get a 7.6GB IMG
[6:05] <JakeSays> Coburn: yeah. this is a 16gb sd.
[6:05] <JakeSays> but i've had this issue with 4gb sd's as well
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[6:06] <Coburn> what OS?
[6:06] <JakeSays> win7 64bit
[6:06] <Coburn> running as administrator?
[6:06] <JakeSays> yes
[6:06] <Coburn> running the program*
[6:07] <Coburn> where is this SD Card plugged into?
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[6:07] <Coburn> card reader via USB or laptop SD reader
[6:07] <JakeSays> laptop sd reader
[6:08] <Coburn> maybe it can't handle the SD properly
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[6:08] <Teckie> has anyone here been running an overclocked Model B for a while? I would like to know if people are still experiencing corrupted SD cards after an OC
[6:08] <Coburn> I had no issues with laptop SD readers or anything
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[6:08] <JakeSays> i was able to write it using the same laptop and win32di
[6:09] <Coburn> weird
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[6:09] <Coburn> Teckie: not really, if you overload the USB bus (ie too many devices) then you're prone on data corruption since SD/LAN/USB share same bus
[6:10] <BoomerET> I ordered the codecs off the site, and have received multiple emails, one had links to the files I needed, but the links were dead, rec'd a 404
[6:10] <Teckie> Coburn: ok so the OC might have been an issue with people being able to saturate the bus, not actually because of an OC/voltage issue?
[6:10] <BoomerET> status says awaiting payment (used PayPal)
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[6:11] <Coburn> BoomerET: might be waiting for the system to clear the payment
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[6:11] <BoomerET> Just thought it odd I rec'd an email with 'Download files' link that doesn't work.
[6:11] <Coburn> Refer it to liz
[6:11] <Coburn> Teckie: OC doesn't effect the SD afaik
[6:11] <Coburn> I could be wrong
[6:12] <Coburn> And.... I just unboxed a new 512MB R-Pi
[6:12] <Coburn> :D
[6:12] <Teckie> ok thanks
[6:12] <BoomerET> Anyone stream from XBMC to a PS3, is that possible?
[6:12] <Teckie> i ordered a Write:85MB/s 32 GB SD card
[6:13] <Teckie> i know it probably won't need that kind of speed but it will be nice :)
[6:14] <Coburn> sounds like class 10
[6:15] <JakeSays> my 16gb's are class 10 - makes a huge difference from class 4's
[6:15] <Teckie> there's an acronym but i forgot it
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[6:16] <Teckie> UHS-I
[6:17] <JakeSays> oh well - just have to live dangerously w/o a backup
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[6:17] <Coburn> heh
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[6:18] <JakeSays> heh. install by untaring in to / is always fun
[6:19] <Teckie> i might gitify my entire pidora install minus the big files and logs
[6:19] <Teckie> when i have time...
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[6:31] <Triffid_Hunter> Teckie: fwiw, those speeds are sequential write. if you want your rpi to "feel fast" you need cards with a high random write performance
[6:32] <Triffid_Hunter> Teckie: note that the link between sequential write and random write performance is tenuous at best, some cards with high sequential write have actually sacrificed random write performance to get it
[6:32] <Teckie> i was about to say...
[6:32] <BoomerET> I want to work on a project, are there groups working on something? Maybe ask/look in the forums? (I used to be a C dev back when I was a bit younger)
[6:33] <Triffid_Hunter> Teckie: sequential write is exactly what's needed for recording HD video, not so great for operating system though
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[6:33] <Triffid_Hunter> Teckie: also I'm yet to see a card with a specified random write, it's mostly a matter of trial and error if you need particularly good write performance
[6:34] <Teckie> i'm hoping that this UHS-I card has something like that, it specified that it was good for "multiple operations at a time"
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[6:50] <JakeSays> BoomerET: the only project i'm aware of is my uber mouse trap. lol
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[6:54] <Coburn> FFFFUUUUUUUU
[6:54] <Coburn> 2 R-Pis won't boot using the images i deployed to the SDs
[6:54] <Coburn> yet they boot my "trusty" SD from my 256MB one
[6:54] <Coburn> What gives?
[6:56] <JakeSays> Coburn: you probably created the new sd's using my stupid laptop :p
[6:56] <Coburn> yeah
[6:57] <Coburn> looks like I'm going to clone my trusty SD (which is 256MB) and then deploy onto new SDs
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[7:06] <AHemlocksLie> Is anyone here familiar with SNESDev and wiring SNES controller ports to the GPIO pins? I'm trying to wire some up myself, and while everything seems to check out okay, I still can't get it to work
[7:08] <cbb2296> anyone able to play blu ray rips on their xbmc?
[7:08] <cbb2296> seems to freeze mine... maybe too big of a file?
[7:09] <AHemlocksLie> I'm using an ohm meter to check the wiring, and everything is getting to everywhere it's supposed to, but I am getting some readings of 15-25 mega ohms across most pins. Is this a result of the board the original system ports are attached to?
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[7:10] <AHemlocksLie> Or did I screw something up with my crappy soldering?
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[7:14] <cbb2296> Lot's of people here but nobody seems to be able to help you zottelchen
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[7:18] <AHemlocksLie> cbb2296, I suppose maybe it could be the file being too big
[7:19] <AHemlocksLie> If I'm not mistaken, it's a 32 bit processor, which means it can addres up to, what, 4 GB?
[7:19] <AHemlocksLie> But it only has 512 MB of RAM, so I dunno if that would even be an issue
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[7:32] <cbb2296> AHemlocksLie yeah the file was just over 4.5 gigs so that is probably it
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[7:59] <shutin> hi! i was hoping someone could help me figure out a netwokring issue.. I have the pi connected to my mac using an ethernet cable. i can ssh to it, but i cannot ping out from the pi! my default route is 192.168.2.1 as it should be, but i cant ping it, even though i'm connected via ssh.. any ideas?
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[8:00] <nerdboy> okay, the efl image is a bust so far, but i fixed the gtk icon config in the openbox image
[8:01] <nerdboy> and it's much lighter weight than lxde/wheezy so far...
[8:03] <Triffid_Hunter> nerdboy: lxde uses openbox for its wm by default fwiw
[8:03] <nerdboy> this is the poky/oe build for mpd
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[8:04] <nerdboy> straight openbox with tint2
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[8:10] <Coburn> problem is, openbox is rather meh
[8:10] <Coburn> tbh I prefer MATE
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[8:12] <nerdboy> it's really a remote mpd experiment
[8:12] <nerdboy> using empcd until i get the IR sensor thing
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[8:13] <nerdboy> also a lightweight desktop experiment i suppose
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[8:15] <nerdboy> but i like this one better than the matchbox image, and the e17 image isn't quite there yet...
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[8:18] <wvsfxr> I need help setting the screen resolution for my via dvi adapter connected monitor.
[8:18] <BoomerET> Um, connecting a pi directly to a computer? Wouldn't you need a cross-over, unless one of the machines supports dynamically changing wires?
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[8:30] <nerdboy> wvsfxr: did you look through the resolutions in the hdmi_group settings?
[8:30] <nerdboy> is it not finding the correct resolution?
[8:31] <wvsfxr> nerdboy: yes, I did try this, but it doesnt find it.
[8:31] <wvsfxr> the monitor is connected via dvi adapter
[8:31] <nerdboy> all i see is the group switch and overscan stuff
[8:32] <Triffid_Hunter> wvsfxr: mine's connected via hdmi/dvi adapter, worked perfect out of the box
[8:32] <nerdboy> does your adapter have all the pins?
[8:32] <wvsfxr> no
[8:32] <wvsfxr> the adapter has all, but my monitor not
[8:32] <nerdboy> which side is populated?
[8:34] <wvsfxr> ? dont know what you mean
[8:34] <nerdboy> does your monitor support a digital signal? sounds like maybe not...
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[8:36] <wvsfxr> the delivered cable has two squares with 9 pins and one horizontal pin. the monitor itself has (holes for) all pins
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[8:37] <Triffid_Hunter> wvsfxr: http://attachments.techguy.org/attachments/102657d1176050507/dvicon.gif
[8:37] <Triffid_Hunter> fyi, hdmi and rpi is digital. does not have an analog mode, the hdmi consortium would get their panties in a bunch
[8:38] <wvsfxr> the delivered with cable is a dvi-d
[8:40] <wvsfxr> i'm not completely shure but i think the problem is since an update
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[9:42] <flufmnstr> so, i have a couple raspberry pis i need to set up as DMX controllers. i have them working with a usb to dmx converter(usb to rs232). does anyone happen to know a way to make this cheaper using the pis serial outputs and an IC? or maybe wihtout an IC?
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[9:46] <wvsfxr> config.txt behaves strange: when I set hdmi_safe=1 the aspect ratio is right ( the resolution is still to small) and when I don't set it but set hdmi_force_hotplug=1, config_hdmi_boost=4, hdmi_group=2, hdmi_mode=4, disable_overscan=0 as it is explained in http://elinux.org/RPiconfig I get the wrong aspect ratio.
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[9:49] <linuxstb> wvsfxr: What aspect ratio is your monitor?
[9:49] <wvsfxr> 1028x1024
[9:50] <wvsfxr> 1820x1024
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[9:50] <linuxstb> So about 16:9 ?
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[9:51] <linuxstb> Why do you want hdmi_mode 4, why not a 1080p mode?
[9:51] <wvsfxr> I need 4:3
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[9:52] <linuxstb> I don't understand, your monitor is 4:3?
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[9:52] <nerdboy> 1280x1024?
[9:52] <wvsfxr> I changed hdmi_mode to 16 but it didnt change.
[9:53] <wvsfxr> :) yes 1280x1024
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[9:54] <wvsfxr> My monitor is 4:3 but if I make manual settings the raspi makes 16:9
[9:54] <linuxstb> So hdmi mode 35?
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[9:54] <linuxstb> (or 36,37,38)
[9:55] <wvsfxr> I tried hdmi_group=2 and hdmi_mode=35 of course but the ratio was still wrong
[9:56] <linuxstb> The ratio of what? text in the console?
[9:56] <wvsfxr> I tried to fix it with overscan_left and right but it was fuzzy
[9:56] <wvsfxr> text in console
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[9:57] <wvsfxr> ... and x of course
[9:58] <wvsfxr> if i run /opt/vc/bin/tvservice -m DMT it doesnt find any modes
[9:59] <linuxstb> Was it definitely in 1280x1024 mode? You can check with "tvservice -s"
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[10:01] <MrTrick> RPi not working.... The lights are only dimly lit, then stop. input voltage is measured 5.25V (into USB plug), the +5V is reading 1.57V and the +3V3 is reading 0.7V
[10:01] <MrTrick> What's going on?
[10:02] <linuxstb> Not even the red light is lit?
[10:03] <MrTrick> It lights dimly for a while, then goes out.
[10:03] <MrTrick> V tp1 - tp2 is 4.43V
[10:03] <Triffid_Hunter> MrTrick: sounds like your polyfuse has opened too many times or similar
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[10:05] <pi_31415926> Hi guys. How come, that 2 wifi dongles, that share same chipset work differently? one doesn't need driver, the other does. ?
[10:05] <nid0> what dongles are they
[10:05] <pi_31415926> http://elinux.org/RPi_VerifiedPeripherals#Working_USB_Wi-Fi_Adapters
[10:05] <pi_31415926> belkin -> 3rd and 4th
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[10:05] <pi_31415926> F5D8053 v6001 and F6D1101 v1
[10:05] <linuxstb> pi_31415926: What do you mean by "doesn't need driver" - everything needs a driver…
[10:06] <pi_31415926> linuxstb: 'one works OOB, for other one you need to install it manually' sorry ;)
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[10:06] <pi_31415926> I'm thinking of getting Canyon card that shares same RTL8188SU chipset, and i wonder wether it works OOB or if i'll have to install drivers manually... *sigh*
[10:07] <nid0> they dont use the same chipset
[10:07] <pi_31415926> um
[10:07] <pi_31415926> how come i see here that they do... somebody must've messed with wifi page then?
[10:07] <pi_31415926> Belkin Components F5D8053 ver.6001 Wireless N Adapter [Realtek RTL8188SU] and Belkin Components F7D1101 v1 Basic Wireless Adapter [Realtek RTL8188SU] *hmm*
[10:08] <nid0> the third one on the list (F5D8053) uses an ralunk rt2870
[10:08] <nid0> the 4th (F7D1101) uses rtl8192su
[10:08] <pi_31415926> so the wifi page is wrong.
[10:08] <nid0> which is an rtl8188
[10:09] <pi_31415926> multiple wrong then.
[10:09] <pi_31415926> so CNP-WF518N2 (chipset RTL8188SU) should've worked plug-n-play, if that's the case?
[10:09] <nid0> anything rtl8188 will work out of the box with raspbian
[10:10] <MrTrick> Triffid_Hunter: Initially the voltages on either side of the polyfuse are 4.9V, 4.4V.
[10:10] <pi_31415926> nid0: thanks
[10:10] <MrTrick> After a little while they become 5.2V, 1.4V. (!)
[10:11] <nid0> you can see just looking at a F5D8053 that its almost guaranteed to not be an rtl8188
[10:11] <wvsfxr> Now I set nothing but framebuffer_width=1280 and height=1024 and I get: 1280x720
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[10:11] <nid0> rtl8188 chipsets are almost universally used in cheap nano dongles
[10:11] <pi_31415926> nid0> the 4th (F7D1101) uses rtl8192su
[10:11] <pi_31415926> < nid0> which is an rtl8188
[10:12] <pi_31415926> anything rtl8188 will work out of the box with raspbian -> Great :)
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[10:12] <pi_31415926> thanks for help (and sorry for mass hilight lol)
[10:12] <pi_31415926> ;)
[10:12] <pi_31415926> then i guess i'll pick it up in friday
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[10:48] <Darkwell> running something on 12V at 48W , means that it drains 96Ah a day. Assuming that a solar panel gives energy 16 hours a day, then you would need at leas a 72W solar panel and a battery with at least 32 Ah. But realistically I think the efficiency isnt 100 % so I think a battery at 100Ah and a solarcell panel at 125W would be more spot on to the need...
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[10:52] <SpeedEvil> a solar panel does not give energy 16 hours a day at its maximum rate
[10:53] <SpeedEvil> unless you are min a very unusual climate
[10:54] <SpeedEvil> you will need in most of the UK, close to 2.5kw of solar panel, and 1000ah@12v to go 24*7
[10:54] <nid0> well I assume thats why he's nearly doubling the size of the panel to compensate, and with a battery triple the size
[10:54] <Darkwell> summertime in scandinavia has more than 16 hours light a day
[10:54] <nid0> he's still needing a good 9 hours with that size panel though, and that's still pushing it
[10:54] <SpeedEvil> and that will go dark 2-3 days a year
[10:54] <kmccoy> Hey guys. I'm working on a project where I go from jobsite to jobsite. I'd like to bring my own wifi network everywhere. Sometimes the internet connection is wired, so that's easy. But if it's wifi, I'd like to connect to the jobsite wifi and rebroadcast as my own.
[10:55] <SpeedEvil> do you only need this when it's very sunny weather?
[10:55] <kmccoy> Is this something that raspberry pi can do? I'm having a hard time figuring out what tools to use...
[10:55] <nid0> kmccoy: wireless bridges cost about £30
[10:55] <Darkwell> i live in the sunniest spot in scandinavia =)
[10:55] <SpeedEvil> and will the solar cell be on a pivot?
[10:55] <nid0> you could do it with a pi but its vastly overcomplicating something you dont need to
[10:55] <kmccoy> nid0, from one ssid to another?
[10:55] <SpeedEvil> darkbasic: do you not care about winter?
[10:56] <SpeedEvil> http://re.jrc.ec.europa.eu/pvgis/apps4/pvest.php
[10:56] <SpeedEvil> play with that
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[10:56] <Darkwell> no dont care about winter
[10:56] <SpeedEvil> it gives monthly averages for various orientations of panels
[10:56] <Darkwell> the its only ripple chargng the batteries
[10:56] <Darkwell> its supposed to be summertime only
[10:57] <Darkwell> cant go out with the bouat in winter ere
[10:57] <nid0> kmccoy: min most cases you can set it how you want
[10:57] <nid0> eg
[10:57] <nid0> http://www.scan.co.uk/products/netgear-wn2000rp-3universal-wifi-range-extender-extend-range-improve-coverage-eliminate-dead-zones
[10:57] <jinie> Denmark, sunrise 4:40am, sunset 10:00pm, day length 17:20
[10:57] <nid0> not the cheapest bridge by a long way but is a decent one, and that will by default broadcast the same ssid but as a different network, or you can set your own ssid
[10:58] <kmccoy> nid0, clearly I've been overcomplicating all of this in my head. I will take a look at that. Thank you.
[10:58] <Darkwell> kmccoy, are you going to do monkey in the middle stuff ?
[10:58] <SpeedEvil> however, 250w panels are standard for domestic installation, and hence cheaper per watt
[10:58] <SpeedEvil> use one of those
[10:58] <SpeedEvil> jinie: that's not quite relevant unless the panel is on a turntable, and there is no air.
[10:59] <Darkwell> im going tpo have it on my cabin boat
[10:59] <kmccoy> Darkwell, no.. I just travel from site to site with a bunch of people and we'd like to set up things like wireless printers and NAS and such that all stays the same, without having to reconfigure everything for the new site's ssid
[10:59] <onefreeman> kmccoy: http://uk.tp-link.com/products/details/?model=TL-WR702N
[11:00] <Darkwell> kmccoy, you could use a dlink 825 i think
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[11:01] <kmccoy> Cool, I will look at both of those as well. I appreciate the help.
[11:01] <nid0> there's any number of bridges he can use to do the job, which one really just depends on exact specs and requirements
[11:01] <jinie> SpeedEvil: I have solar heaters at my house, 9:00 its at 70C, noon around 90C, and around 10pm it drops down to 60. Both facing straight south.
[11:01] <nid0> that tp-link one is nice and tiny but "only" 150mbps wireless, and has no ethernet out
[11:01] <jinie> I imagine solar power requires a less direct angle.
[11:01] <onefreeman> The TP-Link doesn't have huge range but it's literally pocket-size
[11:01] <SpeedEvil> jinie: sure, now measure the power out
[11:01] <onefreeman> Ah, didn't see NAS listed there
[11:02] <SpeedEvil> jinie: about the same
[11:02] <onefreeman> Better with a bigger device that can do a bit more then
[11:02] <Darkwell> if i had a house with solarcells and solarpanels ( heatpanels ) , i would place it on another sport where its turnable
[11:02] <SpeedEvil> see the 'pvest' link above, for daily output graphs
[11:02] <Darkwell> wouls do same as with wind ills
[11:02] <Darkwell> wind mills
[11:02] <SpeedEvil> Darkwell: the gain isn't that high
[11:02] <SpeedEvil> darkbasic: in many cases
[11:03] <jinie> Been thinking of replacing my solar heaters with solar power instead, after all the heaters only work when I need heat the least ;-)
[11:03] <SpeedEvil> see again above site, and compare
[11:03] <Darkwell> so panels are efficient you say ?
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[11:03] <SpeedEvil> jinie: you don't have a water storage tank?
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[11:04] <SpeedEvil> solar thermal is about 7 times cheaper per unit of heat than pv
[11:04] <SpeedEvil> using ecacuuated collectors
[11:04] <ShorTie> don't forget, solar panel wear out
[11:04] <Darkwell> you dont have panels that can aveporate water ?
[11:04] <hyppias> I would like to run a simple DNS server for my local net. Which one?
[11:04] <Darkwell> having a solution of salt(s) and water
[11:04] <SpeedEvil> Darkwell: no
[11:04] <ShorTie> and loose output during there life span
[11:04] <Darkwell> to have an exoterm reaction
[11:04] <SpeedEvil> darkbasic: that is concentrated solar
[11:04] <SpeedEvil> Darkwell:
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[11:05] <Darkwell> so you can get back heat by jsut puring back the water on the slkts to get exoterm reaction
[11:05] <SpeedEvil> Darkwell: evacuated tube solar works well in any sun angle, and much better in diffuse sun
[11:05] <Darkwell> ShorTie, the ones i look at are guaranteed aoutpåut for 26 years
[11:06] <Darkwell> only the cables you have to check for corrosion
[11:06] <Darkwell> SpeedEvil, ok cool
[11:06] * SpeedEvil looks at his solar thermal display showing his 100l tank is at 70c
[11:06] <Darkwell> it was a long time ive heards about having those saltwater panels
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[11:07] <SpeedEvil> Darkwell: concentrated solar works well where you have pointed arrays in areas with lots of direct sun.
[11:07] <Darkwell> i think the prob with heating up jsut water is that you cant store that energy for very long periods of time
[11:07] <SpeedEvil> my cylinder stays warm for over a day
[11:07] <Darkwell> ok
[11:08] <SpeedEvil> hot
[11:08] <Darkwell> heri live in the southern part of sweden
[11:08] <Darkwell> its lots of sun during summer
[11:08] <Darkwell> and its windy most of the time
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[11:08] <Darkwell> this spot has most sun hours per summer in the country
[11:09] <Darkwell> those spotrs about the polar circle has no sunset but more cloudy weather
[11:10] <Darkwell> so you would recommend to use 9 hours instead of 16 hours in the calculation for solarcells ?
[11:11] <SpeedEvil> no
[11:11] <SpeedEvil> http://re.jrc.ec.europa.eu/pvgis/apps4/pvest.php
[11:11] <SpeedEvil> go there
[11:11] <Darkwell> that would mean at least 187W panels if so =)
[11:11] <SpeedEvil> select your location
[11:12] <SpeedEvil> enter 'optimise slope' - I assume yo can put the panels on a south facing mount.
[11:12] <SpeedEvil> click 'show graphs
[11:12] <SpeedEvil> now calculate
[11:13] <SpeedEvil> this will show how much power you get per month with a fixed panel in your location
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[11:14] <SpeedEvil> now, click back. and select either vertical axis, or two axis tracking, and try again
[11:14] <SpeedEvil> exact location in southern Sweden matters, as it's kinda wrinkly
[11:15] <Darkwell> hmm
[11:15] <SpeedEvil> %
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[11:16] <SpeedEvil> this says that in January, the average daily output from a 1kw panel will be 1.47kWh/year.
[11:16] <SpeedEvil> /day
[11:17] <SpeedEvil> in general, the site is around 10% accurate
[11:17] <SpeedEvil> but of course, this varies lots per year with weather
[11:18] <Darkwell> is it calculöatiing from statistical analysis of weather or jsut the data of the solar orbit from the spot ?
[11:19] <SpeedEvil> climate records for the area, local geology
[11:19] <Darkwell> if its spot only its only the latitude that means anything
[11:19] <SpeedEvil> that is, it knows about mountains
[11:19] <Darkwell> ok no mountains here =)
[11:19] <Darkwell> only the sea
[11:19] <Darkwell> and poland in the south
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[11:22] <Mixxit> hey guys
[11:22] <Mixxit> whats the port right in the middle of my raspberry pi
[11:22] <Mixxit> looks like one of those thin flexible cable connectors that you find on screens
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[11:23] <Darkwell> right
[11:23] <Mixxit> but what is it called
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[11:25] <SpeedEvil> CSI or dsi
[11:25] <Darkwell> i dont know what it is called, jsut that it is for display usage in future, I think its a work in progress to get a driver for the GPU to run this one
[11:25] <SpeedEvil> its the camera or display connector
[11:26] <Mixxit> ok so i can just search for dsi
[11:26] <SpeedEvil> you can't use it
[11:26] <Mixxit> oh?
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[11:26] <Darkwell> no driver yet
[11:27] <SpeedEvil> it is likely that once the display module is released, you still won't be able to use it with any display other than the one the foundation release.
[11:27] <Mixxit> how come
[11:28] <SpeedEvil> because the driver will be partially a closed source blob running on the GPU
[11:28] <Mixxit> why closed source?
[11:28] <SpeedEvil> because thats how broadcom operates
[11:28] <Mixxit> oh okey
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[11:29] <SpeedEvil> the only reason that the pi has a broad com CPU is because it was developed by an executive in broad com with priviliged access.
[11:30] <SpeedEvil> broadcom are extremely hostile to open documentation and opensource, and do not sell small quantities of chips ever
[11:31] <SpeedEvil> getting documentation is basically impossible normally unless you sign a NDA, and look likely to buy half a million.
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[11:31] <Mixxit> so thats the reason for closed source driver
[11:31] <SpeedEvil> yes
[11:31] <Mixxit> poop
[11:31] <SpeedEvil> there is no hope in hell they will release specs to write our oewn.
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[11:35] <Mixxit> thx guys appreciate the info
[11:36] <Mixxit> ill try to find a small composite or hdmi display then
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[11:38] <shiftplusone> SpeedEvil, by 'hostile' do you mean that actively attack the open source community in some way or that they simply don't participate?
[11:38] <SpeedEvil> from the perspective of a small device maker
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[11:39] <SpeedEvil> no schematics or datasheets ever, and you can't even buy the parts.
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[11:40] <SpeedEvil> this is not uncommon in mobile space.
[11:40] <SpeedEvil> there is one documented chip set.
[11:40] <Tarraq> Hi :) I'm considering buying a PI. Have anyone made a web server from it under any sort of load? not just small personal websites
[11:40] <SpeedEvil> and that is a decade old, and the specs were leaked
[11:42] <shiftplusone> Idn, seems like attacking a farmer for not selling hamburgers. It's not the market they are interested in. If anything it looks like there's a sense of entitlement coming from people complaining about the closed nature of the GPU. O_o
[11:42] * shiftplusone hopes he didn't open a can of worms with that one.
[11:42] * ShorTie slips some exlax into broadcom's coffee for a release
[11:43] <nid0> Tarraq: depending on what you're planning on running and whether you configure it properly, a pi (or cluster of pis) can handle a respectable load
[11:43] <SpeedEvil> shiftplusone: from the perspective of a small device maker.
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[11:44] <SpeedEvil> from other perspectives, it clearly looks different.
[11:44] <SpeedEvil> unfortunately, the lack of documentation raises issues for an open learning platform.
[11:45] <Triffid_Hunter> Tarraq: what sort of load are you expecting? a bunch of mates? a small office? a large office? slashdotting?
[11:45] <SpeedEvil> the CSI and DSI connectors are useless (for general interfacing to arbitrary CSI or DSI devices), the gpu is not documented for codec or other development, ...
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[11:48] <Tarraq> Triffid_Hunter: & nid0 well, not really a lot. maybe 20 concurrent users. I'm used to do "normal" hosting with nice and powerful servers. It's more the I/O I'm wondering about. If I run a standard LAMP stack, plus a 50mb varnish cache in front. How is performance in terms of databases etc, on a standard SD card. Can the reader support high end SD cards?
[11:49] <Triffid_Hunter> Tarraq: sure but you won't see a write speed higher than about 5MB/s as far as I know.. SD cards generally have less than amazing random write performance which is what really counts for operating systems in general and databases specifically
[11:49] <nid0> Tarraq: itll support class 10 cards but you wont get awesome performance out of them, assuming your database isnt huge though, you can just ensure mysql has a respectable query cache enabled
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[11:49] <Triffid_Hunter> Tarraq: better off with an external usb disk
[11:49] <nid0> that plus varnish will give you decent performance
[11:50] <Triffid_Hunter> Tarraq: for 20 concurrent users I'd be more inclined to get a proper micro-server such as HP N40L or similar
[11:50] <Darkwell> rund webserver in ramdisk
[11:50] <Darkwell> run
[11:50] <Darkwell> and sqlite
[11:50] <Darkwell> on ram
[11:50] <nid0> an alternative would be a cluster of pi's - a 4-node setup for example gives you a nice varnish load balancer, 2 apache backends, and a separate sql server
[11:50] <Tarraq> Triffid_Hunter: & nid0 ok thanks :) yeah I'm wondering about doing it on an external disk. but it wouldn't be as cool.
[11:51] <Tarraq> nid0: I like the cluster idea ;)
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[11:51] <Darkwell> hehe
[11:51] <Triffid_Hunter> Tarraq: sure it would.. I'm sure I've seen an rpi and a 2.5" disk stuffed in a 3.5" caddy of some sort :P
[11:51] <Darkwell> couple the nodes and run ramdisk only
[11:52] <Darkwell> should be pretty fast then
[11:52] <Tarraq> What I like is the idea of no fans and low power use.
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[11:53] <Tarraq> I don't (yet) have a server room/closet
[11:53] <Darkwell> http://www.sqlite.org/inmemorydb.html
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[11:53] <Darkwell> the rPI is half your ( atleast mine) palm.. not hige demand for storage id say
[11:54] <Darkwell> even less than half my palm in size
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[11:54] <Tarraq> Darkwell: Yes, there are many ways of doing databases. in this case I'm thinking something fairly standard for me to install for instance wordpress
[11:54] <Darkwell> well
[11:54] <Darkwell> then use nodejs and slite
[11:54] <nid0> a mysql server with a decent query cache, sitting behind varnish, will do the job very nicely
[11:54] <Darkwell> thats fast small and simple
[11:55] <Darkwell> and you could run it on one rPI
[11:55] <Tarraq> Darkwell: storage isn't the issue. I'll mount it under my desk in my living room. it's the no noise I like :)
[11:55] <Darkwell> storage is a prob
[11:55] <Darkwell> it will be the bottleneck of the speed
[11:55] <Tarraq> Darkwell: I mean storage/placement pf the rPi
[11:55] <Darkwell> at least with this architecture
[11:55] <Darkwell> ah ok
[11:56] <Darkwell> one wich for next version of rPI would be possibility fo expansion of ram
[11:56] <Darkwell> wish
[11:56] <wvsfxr> Where can I buy cheap class10 micro sd cards?
[11:57] <Tarraq> If I read the specs right, I'd be able to power say 5 rPI's from a 5 port powered usb hub, right?
[11:57] <nid0> tbh you pretty much never need to touch your storage for a wordpress install. people are always asking about getting good performance out of wordpress here, its something I spent a quite a lot of time playing with and perfecting not long ago
[11:57] <Darkwell> with 5Amp stable ? i think so
[11:57] <nid0> Tarraq: it depends on the power supply on the hub
[11:57] <nid0> youll need at least 2.5A
[11:58] <Triffid_Hunter> Tarraq: rpi is notoriously sensitive to even slightly imperfect power. powering even a single rpi from a 1A adapter is quite the lucky draw
[11:58] <Tarraq> nid0: of course with a properly specced hub. but still I only need 1 power plug for X PI's?
[11:58] <nid0> only with an awful adapter
[11:59] <nid0> Tarraq: yes. Assuming you arent going to be plugging in usb devices to the pis themselves, theyll draw slightly less than 500mA
[11:59] <nid0> so just multiple your 500 by the number of pi's youll plug in, and assuming you have a hub capable of delivering that, and its a decent hub that actually does deliver that not a cheap one, you'll be fine
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[12:00] <SpeedEvil> Triffid_Hunter: I would more say most consumer power supplies are a term I cannot use as it is not family friendly.
[12:00] <SpeedEvil> at least cheap ones
[12:01] <ShorTie> i got a nice hub with a 5 amp supply, and it does not back feed power to the rPi
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[12:01] <SpeedEvil> http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=T88ej64aXUM
[12:02] <SpeedEvil> hubs should not back feed power. it is a defect
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[12:02] <SpeedEvil> above video is analysis of a cheap Chinese USB charger
[12:03] <ShorTie> oh
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[12:06] <_Saul_> hi
[12:08] <Tarraq> brb. spilled coffee on power supplies ;)
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[12:11] <Tarraq> Alright.. just to refresh my physics, A power supply can in theory have 1000A and the device will only draw as much as needed. while Volts over-spec'ed will fry it, right?
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[12:14] <Tarraq> I don't plan to power much off the PI's usb ports. only a keyboard while setting it up for remote access. :)
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[12:18] <Tarraq> nid0: ^^^ :)
[12:19] <nid0> yes, the number of amps supplied doesnt matter, as long as its within spec of 5v
[12:19] <nid0> which is where cheap power supplies fail at running pi's, because as the load on the supply increases the voltage drops
[12:20] <Tarraq> nid0: cool :)
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[12:22] <Tarraq> nid0: I wonder if anyone ever made a cloud from PI's :D of course not virtualized, but with prepared images in cards for function
[12:23] <nid0> yes
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[12:25] <Tarraq> would be the quietest datacenter on earth :)
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[12:29] <Tarraq> nid0: & Triffid_Hunter & Darkwell thanks for answers. I'll put a PI on my snack list :)
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[12:54] <maumushi> 7~
[12:55] <maumushi> wrong
[12:55] <maumushi> sorry
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[13:14] <Jck_true> Tarraq: You don't need the keyboard - SSH is enable by default on the Raspbian distro :)
[13:14] <Tarraq> Jck_true: nifty :) Since I'm a debian kinda guy that suits me fine. However, I'd have to guess the initial DHCP IP right?
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[13:15] <Jck_true> Tarraq: Or just do a quick ping scan :)
[13:15] <Tarraq> yeah true.
[13:15] <Jck_true> or attach a display during boot up
[13:16] <Jck_true> Or view the DHCP lease on your routers interface
[13:16] <Tarraq> I guess Raspbian starts in init 3?
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[13:17] <Jck_true> Tarraq: Level 2 afaik
[13:17] <Tarraq> Jck_true: well.. no graphics at least. no need for that :)
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[14:56] <ant_thomas> Does anyone know when places will have the Camera module in stock? I ordered from CPC back on the 15th May when they claimed to have stock. They emailed on the day saying they don't have stock and estimated more stock to arrive on 10th June, but I've contacted them and they currently don't know when new stock is coming in
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[15:07] <ItsMeLenny> ant_thomas, farnell?
[15:07] <ItsMeLenny> element14*
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[15:12] <ant_thomas> "Availability: Awaiting Delivery" from farnell unfortunately
[15:14] <ant_thomas> And... "Supplier lead time 93 days". I guess I'm not getting it any time soon
[15:15] <SpeedEvil> lead times are often inbaccurate
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[15:20] <ant_thomas> CPC have no said 8 weeks (56 days), so less than 93 but still ages
[15:21] <ant_thomas> *now
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[15:22] <devswap> I would like to rebuild my raspberry pi and wonder what os people recommend?
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[15:22] <ozzzy> I use Raspbian
[15:23] <pksato> rebuild?
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[15:23] <devswap> as in I am using an old version of raspbian and I was going to reinstall it
[15:24] <pksato> aptitude update; apitude dist-upgrade
[15:25] <ozzzy> or apt-get
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[15:25] <pksato> or is a early version? (more that one year ago?)
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[15:27] <devswap> pksato: i cant remember exactly when it was installed - it could be over a year
[15:27] <devswap> what command can I run to give the version?
[15:28] <devswap> uname gives 3.2.27+
[15:28] <pksato> cat /etc/debian_version
[15:29] <devswap> just running update and its setting up base files for 6.0 squeeze7 - would you let this run or rebuild using the latest wheezy?
[15:29] <devswap> its currently on 6.07
[15:29] <ozzzy> if it works don't fix it
[15:30] <pksato> best way is to reimage with new version.
[15:30] <devswap> ozzy: not worried about breaking it - just want it to have the best / most efficient / quickest version
[15:31] <user82> does anyone know where i can get the best android image currently?
[15:31] <pksato> but, is possible to make a in-place upgrade.
[15:31] <ozzzy> apt-get update; apt-get dist-upgrade
[15:32] <pksato> edit /etc/apt/sources.list and replace squeeze with wheezy. And aptitude update and aptitude dist-upgrade
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[15:57] <devswap> can anyone from the uk recommend a good wireless dongle for the pi - I presume it will need a powered usb hub?
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[15:59] <ozzzy> I bought a cheap 802.11n thing... $14... works fine
[15:59] <ozzzy> no need for a hub
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[16:03] <devswap> ozzzy: ok thanks - I know I have problems with a usb memory stick ( I presume with lack of power) so I presumed that I would have the same prob with wifi
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[16:06] <ozzzy> devswap: I'm not sure... I can plug my wifi and dslr in with no issues
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[16:07] <ozzzy> or wifi and toga lx.... wifi and serial dongle...
[16:07] <devswap> ozzzy: ok thanks - did you need a driver or did it automatically use it
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[16:07] <ozzzy> there was a kernel driver for the wifi thing... but I needed wicd to get it going
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[16:09] <hydroxygen> ls
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[16:10] <hydroxygen> too many screens, not enough keyboards
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[16:11] <ozzzy> synergy
[16:13] <Bushmills> or x2x
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[16:25] <_BigWings_> my pi GUI doesn't take up the whole screen
[16:25] <_BigWings_> is there any way to change that?
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[16:26] <_BigWings_> seems like it needs to be calibrated, fullscreen apps do display correctly though, its just the GUI thats smaller
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[16:37] <_Saul_> hi
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[16:57] <borderer> hi, can anyone direct me to help for a variable $(VCGENCMG measure_temp)
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[17:18] <gryphraff> borderer: what specifically did you want to do?
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[17:32] <MalMen> hello, i have installed archlinux and X only with matchbox-window-manager how do i change the resolution of X ?
[17:32] <Triffid_Hunter> MalMen: xrandr usually
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[17:34] <MalMen> hmmm
[17:34] <MalMen> only have 720x480 0.0*
[17:34] <MalMen> avaliable
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[17:35] <MalMen> how do a set other resolutions ? :x
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[17:38] <Davespice> MalMen: I think you need to do it using config.txt
[17:40] <Davespice> see http://elinux.org/RPiconfig#Video_mode_options
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[17:41] <Davespice> I'm not sure about Arch, but the config.txt file is found on the fat32 boot partition of the SD card, might be mounted as /boot in Arch
[17:41] <MalMen> thank you
[17:41] <MalMen> alreeady helped me :)
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[17:48] <dangerousdave> looking for an operating system to run on the pi, prefereably instant boot, that allows me to run a simple text editor
[17:48] <dangerousdave> can someone point me in the right direction please?
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[17:49] <SpeedEvil> Linux properly setup should boot in a couple of seconds
[17:49] <IT_Sean> ^ wot 'e said
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[17:50] <Triffid_Hunter> dangerousdave: heh put init=/usr/bin/nano in your cmdline.txt, should start up your text editor plenty quick :P
[17:51] <dangerousdave> thanks guys. I want the boot speed to be comparable with that of a tablet/phone/kindle etc
[17:52] <dangerousdave> it only needs to do one thing, load the text editor
[17:52] <SpeedEvil> those take over a minute to boot
[17:52] <IT_Sean> Indeed.
[17:52] <Triffid_Hunter> dangerousdave: my rpi boots way faster than my phone
[17:52] <dangerousdave> really?
[17:52] <SpeedEvil> why are you turning it off?
[17:53] <Triffid_Hunter> dangerousdave: yeah phone takes a couple of minutes
[17:53] <dangerousdave> SpeedEvil: will be battery powered
[17:53] <Triffid_Hunter> dangerousdave: don't confuse sleep mode with full shutdown
[17:53] <IT_Sean> dangerousdave: actually, it needs to do several things. It needs to start up the OS, and THEN load a text editor. That is going to take *some* amount of time. A sufficiently stripped down *nix OS should boot in about a minute on the raspi, or so.
[17:53] <dangerousdave> Triffid_Hunter: yeah, aware of the difference
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[17:54] <dangerousdave> interesting, thanks for all your help
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[17:54] * IT_Sean nods
[17:55] * IT_Sean hands dangerousdave an always on analog text editing device
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[17:55] <Armand> IT_Sean, you mean.. a pencil and paper ? :P
[17:55] <IT_Sean> YES!.
[17:55] <Armand> ^_^
[17:55] <dangerousdave> :-)
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[17:57] <SpeedEvil> IT_Sean: err, no, the pi can come up in 5 s very easily
[17:57] <codinho> is it possible to utilize rpi's dsp?
[17:57] <SpeedEvil> you just start no services,
[17:57] <IT_Sean> SpeedEvil: but... you need services to... ... service.. things...
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[17:58] <ozzzy> http://www.togastro.com/ozzzy/images/pi_wiring.png <-- so far this is working
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[18:02] <DrMax_> does the rasbpi's usb power socket implement a complete usb port, or just the power ?
[18:02] <ozzzy> just the power
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[18:02] <Armand> ozzzy, are you seriously putting 12v through that USB ?
[18:03] <Armand> Or, is that a powered hub ?
[18:03] <ozzzy> powered hub
[18:03] <Armand> Ohh, good.. I'll let you off. :P
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[18:03] <ozzzy> hehe
[18:03] <ozzzy> I need everything to be able to run from my 12v batteries
[18:03] <Armand> I'm just building simple 5v power boards myself.
[18:03] <Armand> 6 USB ports, only +/-
[18:03] <ozzzy> I found a hub on ebay that takes 12v in
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[18:04] <ozzzy> now I have a 12v-5v converter (and 12v-8v) in the power box
[18:04] <Armand> Seems your project has a lot more going into it than mine.
[18:04] <Armand> I'm just running headless.
[18:05] <Armand> Everything via SSH.
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[18:06] <DrMax_> ozzzy : so It would not be possible to have a battery pack that messages through this USB port that the battery level is low?
[18:07] <Triffid_Hunter> DrMax_: nope. use the other one for that
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[18:07] <DrMax_> bummer.
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[18:08] <ozzzy> DrMax_: nope
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[18:39] <jambey> Hey so I have read that you can install flash and that utube is slow through a browser, but I was wondering about other flash like browser kids games
[18:40] <Triffid_Hunter> jambey: youtube vids work great in omxplayer, just need to download them first
[18:40] <Triffid_Hunter> jambey: expect flash games to be unplayable
[18:40] <jambey> I figure if my rPi doesn't cut it as a media player then I could give it to my kid to play pbskids games
[18:40] <Triffid_Hunter> jambey: or get some retro action with scummvm ;)
[18:41] <Triffid_Hunter> it runs quake3
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[18:43] <jambey> he's 5 and not into fps at all
[18:45] <Triffid_Hunter> apart from scumm and quake3 I haven't really looked into gaming on the rpi
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[18:45] <Triffid_Hunter> my 4yr old likes playing quake3 capture the flag with no bots and no other players.. just herself running around finding the flags
[18:46] <Triffid_Hunter> I don't mind.. without the opponents it's essentially a maze
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[18:46] <jambey> thats pretty sweet
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[18:47] <jambey> minecraft should be pretty cool for kids
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[18:56] <maumushi> :/quit
[18:56] <maumushi> sudo halt
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[19:00] <IT_Sean> wow.
[19:00] <IT_Sean> :p
[19:01] <gordonDrogon> sudo reboot
[19:01] <IT_Sean> sudo shutdown -h now
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[19:03] <Armand> I haz aliases... "down" or "restart" :P
[19:05] <gordonDrogon> too much typing. seriously, s/shutdown -h now/halt/ - much easier to type.
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[19:31] <zproc> i have this error with the owncloud client https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/1190070/Capture%20d%E2%80%99%C3%A9cran%202013-06-04%20%C3%A0%2019.27.17.png "CSync couldn't find the specified file"
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[19:32] <zproc> sometimes it gets on green "synced" i think, for 1/2 second
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[19:32] <zproc> i don't know what's wrong
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[19:49] <sover> hi all. I'm finding that SSH disconnects seemingly randomly for a few seconds to a few minutes every 5-15 minutes or so
[19:49] <sover> Anyone have any idea on how to troubleshoot this?
[19:50] <sover> rather, it hangs and looses connection, not actively disconnects
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[19:51] <DDave> ��
[19:51] <wroberts1> ping it
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[19:52] <skroon> hi
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[19:53] <sover> wroberts1: pinging it shows connectivity for all times
[19:53] <sover> except for when it cuts out
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[19:53] <sover> and then magically returns when I regain the ability to ssh in
[19:54] <IT_Sean> sounds like your network connection is dropping out.
[19:54] <IT_Sean> do any USB devices drop off?
[19:54] <ShorTie> tried a different cable ??
[19:55] <steve_rox> sounds like a fun problem
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[19:56] <steve_rox> i have pauseing effect in ssh sessions due to my wifi being intermitant but it does not completely time out
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[19:57] <sover> IT_Sean: USB devices are mouse and keyboard, neither drop. Using 2amp plug
[19:57] <sover> ShorTie: Tried a different cable, no-go
[19:58] <sover> steve_rox: I too have a pusing effect, but I'm not on wifi
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[19:59] <ShorTie> is ssh lan or wan ??
[19:59] <steve_rox> need to start some ping loop cmds to determine which connection is at fault
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[19:59] <steve_rox> wow
[19:59] <steve_rox> netsplit of doom
[19:59] <steve_rox> or something
[19:59] <IT_Sean> aye
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[20:08] <sover> ShorTie: ssh is lan. steve_rox, what would you suggest?
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[20:09] <sover> I've got it filtered so that ssh can be received from only one other ip address
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[20:09] <sover> but even with the firewall disabled, I'm running into this
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[20:15] <sover> what is going on with all these people?
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[20:26] <steve_rox> servers are havein issues i guess
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