#raspberrypi IRC Log

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IRC Log for 2013-06-16

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[0:04] <dogmatic69> Hi all, anyone know of interesting solar related projects with the rpi?
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[0:04] <dogmatic69> logging / controllers, not powering it with solar though.
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[0:05] <steve_rox> looks like chris pirillo got a small interview with eben while being in the UK
[0:06] <steve_rox> etc
[0:06] <steve_rox> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TEnVXdUNaK8
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[0:36] <ebswift> to use crimp on sockets to connect to individual GPIO pins, what are those little socket thingies called so i can try and locate some to order?
[0:36] <ebswift> like the front panel connectors on a motherboard
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[0:37] <ShorTie> are though they call them gpio pins, it is really just a header
[0:38] <ebswift> i mean the female end for individual pins
[0:38] <ShorTie> so maybe like single wire female header thingy
[0:38] <ebswift> well they're called a jumper connector if you get them with the wire attached
[0:39] <ebswift> i think i found it... jumper wire cable housing female pin connector :/
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[0:42] <ShorTie> 50 for 5 bucks i see
[0:42] <jn__> old 28-pin floppy disk drive connectors fit the rpi's GPIO header quite well
[0:44] <ebswift> yeah i want to connect to the ends of existing wires, like my temp sensors
[0:44] <ebswift> can't see 'em in jaycar
[0:47] <steve_rox> i found a old parallel connector which seemed to fit perfect on the gpio
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[0:56] <pksato> s
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[1:33] <techkid6> Hey, I have a bit of an issue. I bought a new SD card and put Raspbian on, it worked fine until I edited the config on first boot, just the timezone settings and whatnot. Then, when I went to reboot, it never turned back on
[1:33] <techkid6> The LED's are on, but, the OS never starts up
[1:33] <techkid6> I then tried my other SD card with Raspbain on which I used prior to the new one, that one doesn't work either
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[1:36] <pksato> techkid6: SD is correct inserted?
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[1:36] <pksato> check if sd slot is not damaged.
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[1:39] <ShorTie> i was wondering if he touched any gpio pins when changing cards
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[2:00] <techkid6> pksato: SD slot seems to be in working order
[2:00] <techkid6> card inseted correctly
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[3:17] <Firehopper> http://i.minus.com/ibefWnat4aDWy7.gif
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[3:35] <Firehopper> http://www.flickr.com/photos/firehopper/sets/72157634150770726/ < corvettes at a local mall
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[4:06] <oea> is there a reason i might get randomly fluctuating readings from a PIR sensor when running a script in an xterm within Xwindows, but nice, clean, noiseless readings from the same sensor while running the script from the console?
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[4:11] <hiyo> I was thinking of getting a pi, what could I do with it?
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[4:12] <Firehopper> hiyo, what cant you do with it :)
[4:12] <JakeSays> hiyo: you're limited by your imagination
[4:12] * Firehopper waits for udoo preorders
[4:12] <hiyo> JakeSays: I have a pretty limited imagination :P
[4:14] <Firehopper> people have made flying things with them
[4:15] <hiyo> Firehopper: and sort of things I can do if I have a 37" flat screen laying around?
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[4:15] <Firehopper> http://www.flickr.com/photos/firehopper/9054740258/ < puppy at the pet store at the mall.. he's all alone in the display cage. awww
[4:15] <Firehopper> nice :)
[4:15] <Firehopper> it can be used as a media center
[4:16] <Firehopper> xmbc
[4:16] <Firehopper> http://www.flickr.com/photos/firehopper/8571797873/ < this is what I did with mine
[4:17] <hiyo> that looks awesome
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[4:17] <Firehopper> giggle :)
[4:17] <Firehopper> I call it a pi plate! :)
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[4:19] <JakeSays> Firehopper: i have a lcd panelfrom a dead macbook i want to use with my pi
[4:20] <JakeSays> Firehopper: what are you using to drive that panel?
[4:20] <Firehopper> JakeSays, I got it off ebay.. its a dvi/hdmi/vga driver board, $40
[4:20] <JakeSays> oh cool. do you have a model #?
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[4:23] <Firehopper> http://www.ebay.com/itm/M-NT68676-2A-HDMI-DVI-VGA-Audio-LCD-Controller-Board-DIY-Kit-Power-Adapter-/121059321784?pt=US_Server_Boards&hash=item1c2fb2a7b8 < this is basicly what I bought
[4:24] <JakeSays> thanks!
[4:25] <Firehopper> just follow those directions, send them the numbers off the lcd sticker. and who made it, and they will tell you if it works.. I see the price has gone up though..
[4:25] <Firehopper> I paid $40 for mine
[4:26] <Firehopper> http://www.ebay.com/itm/Power-Adapter-Power-Supply-12V-4A-Plug-Cord-support-Our-LCD-controller-Kit-/120978298911?pt=Laptop_Adapters_Chargers&hash=item1c2ade581f < you also need one of these, unless You already have a 12v supply
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[4:26] <JakeSays> power supplies are the one thing i am not short of
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[4:29] <Firehopper> but like I said.. it works great for me :)
[4:29] <Firehopper> anyway.. bedtime for me
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[5:20] <anomalyst> anyone know the correct losetup offset for the rpi image rootfs partition?
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[5:23] <anomalyst> pidora image
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[5:43] <alisonc> Is there any tutorial of optimising performance of mysqld on raspberrypi?
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[5:50] <JakeSays> alisonc: um, what sort of performance do you hope to get out of mysql?
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[5:56] <alisonc> JakeSays: actually, I just fixed the problem I was having by temporarily killing mysql
[5:56] <JakeSays> that'll do it.
[5:56] <alisonc> apt-get was taking a ridiculous time to build a dependency tree because of low free RAM
[5:56] <alisonc> (Ihave a model B 256MB)
[5:56] <JakeSays> alisonc: what are you using mysql for, if i may ask?
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[5:57] <alisonc> zoneminder
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[5:59] <JakeSays> whats that?
[5:59] <alisonc> Welcome to ZoneMinder.com, home of ZoneMinder the top Linux video camera security and surveillance solution.
[6:00] <JakeSays> ah
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[6:15] <\\Mr_C\\> ZoneMinder.com old though isnt it?
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[8:14] <JakeSays> gordonDrogon: ping
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[8:16] <JakeSays> gordonDrogon: i managed to come by one of these - do you think it'd work with your lcd lib? http://www.msc-ge.com/download/displays/dabla_allg/msc-c204dyly-1n.pdf
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[8:28] <[deXter]> Hi all, is there a downloadable version of raspbian etc with Wayland already configured?
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[8:30] <IanCormac> lol
[8:30] <IanCormac> Oh misread you
[8:30] <IanCormac> not sure
[8:30] <IanCormac> Doubt it
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[9:02] <Ipsilon> The "media capabilities" of the rbp are 100% hardware-acceleration dependent, correct?
[9:02] <Ipsilon> Specifically, video playback
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[9:06] <[deXter]> Hi all, does any know if the DTS codecs are available for purchase yet?
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[9:06] <[deXter]> and DDP as well
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[11:24] <quackgyver> Hooray, my RasPi mug just arrived.
[11:24] <projectdp> mug? from where?
[11:25] <quackgyver> The site.
[11:25] <quackgyver> http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/0188/6794/products/Mug_4_of_5_1024x1024.jpg?1056
[11:25] <quackgyver> :)
[11:25] <quackgyver> Broke it in with some delicious homemade soup!
[11:25] <projectdp> :(
[11:25] <projectdp> why no coffee?
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[11:25] <quackgyver> Saving that for work tomorrow.
[11:25] <projectdp> why no raspberry muffins? haha
[11:26] <quackgyver> I'm getting tired of my ironic "World's Best Mom" mug.
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[11:26] <quackgyver> :D
[11:26] <projectdp> i want to be ironic
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[11:29] <histo> quackgyver: put rpi in mug to heat coffee
[11:29] <quackgyver> Ahaha, it would actually be quite cool to have a rpi running from within a mug. :D
[11:30] <quackgyver> imagine having a mug standing on the table with a single USB cable jammed into it.
[11:30] <gordonDrogon> JakeSays2, pong?
[11:31] <histo> macpro?
[11:31] <quackgyver> SSH goodness on the go.
[11:31] <gordonDrogon> JakeSays2, if the controller is compatible with the standard Hitachi one, then it ought to work OK.
[11:32] <gordonDrogon> morning everyone else :)
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[11:34] <projectdp> does anyone have a lapdop running with a pi here
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[11:36] <[deXter]> projectdp, ?
[11:36] <quackgyver> projectdp: How would that work?
[11:36] <quackgyver> In theory.
[11:36] <quackgyver> Just gutting a laptop?
[11:36] <projectdp> no no
[11:36] <projectdp> using a motorola atrix dock
[11:36] <projectdp> lots of people have done it
[11:36] <quackgyver> Ah ok.
[11:36] <projectdp> i'm just waiting on a connector
[11:37] <quackgyver> Well, I know someone who made a tablet out of it. :)
[11:37] <projectdp> it's just been about a year since i've been 'into' the lapdock idea
[11:37] <projectdp> i've had my lapdock for like 4 months and haven't had a chance to use it until now
[11:37] <projectdp> but mostly because i forgot to order the connectors needed
[11:39] <quackgyver> connectors for all the ports?
[11:39] <projectdp> if you have a newer pi, you don't need to mod any cables
[11:39] <projectdp> here check out this, this is the older version
[11:39] <projectdp> http://rpidock.blogspot.com/2012/05/raspberry-pi-and-motorola-lapdock.html
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[11:40] <projectdp> i think if you have a model B rev 2. you don't need to mod the usb cable
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[11:44] <quackgyver> Cool. :)
[11:45] <projectdp> also you can get the docks cheap
[11:45] <projectdp> i got mine for like $40
[11:45] <projectdp> battery+keyboard+mouse+charger, what a steal :D
[11:46] <histo> projectdp: why do you have to mod the usb?
[11:47] <projectdp> because power and data are on the usb cable coming out of the lapdock
[11:48] <projectdp> and on the regular model b, the micro usb is only power
[11:48] <histo> projectdp: the rev2 has new specs that micro usb is input also?
[11:48] <projectdp> so you have to split the output and plug power into one side, and data on the second side
[11:48] <projectdp> yeah but the rev 2 allows the pi to be powered from the usb bus along with the data
[11:49] <projectdp> see this video here for a rev 2:
[11:49] <histo> I have a rev2 did not know that. Any documentation stating that?
[11:49] <projectdp> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N0hc_z1L03Q
[11:50] <Mortvert> rev2 has the polyfuse removed iirc
[11:51] <projectdp> thank you Mortvert here's the link though too:
[11:51] <projectdp> http://www.raspberrypi.org/archives/1929
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[11:52] <histo> projectdp: I don't see on that page where you get the idea you can power like that.
[11:53] <projectdp> "It is now possible to reliably power the RPI from a USB hub that back feeds power, but it is important that the chosen hub cannot supply more than 2.5A under fault conditions."
[11:53] <histo> ahhh gotcha
[11:53] <projectdp> USB Output Power
[11:53] <histo> I'm blind ignore me
[11:54] <projectdp> it's all good
[11:55] <projectdp> the unique bonus for me and the lapdock setup is that i have a phone that also works with it :D
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[13:24] <toffe> Hello peeps
[13:25] <toffe> Will i be able to receive 2 raw camera streams on my raspberry and stream it to a gui on e.g. python?
[13:29] <LordDoskias> toffe, depends whether you can get access to the openmax apis from python
[13:30] <gordonDrogon> I'd suspect it was highly unlikely as I'm not aware that a 2nd camera will be possible to connect to a Pi...
[13:30] <toffe> gordonDrogon: does it have camera in?
[13:30] <toffe> video in for that sake
[13:31] <gordonDrogon> toffe, there is a dedicated Pi camera, yes.
[13:31] <toffe> gordonDrogon: but the signal comes from a coaxial cable
[13:31] <gordonDrogon> toffe, ok - old fashioned cameras...
[13:31] <toffe> yep
[13:31] <toffe> I'm building a ROV and have coax up to land
[13:32] <toffe> I'm trying to figure out a gui for this
[13:32] <gordonDrogon> you'll need some sort of capture device to connect them to, but then I really doubt the Pi can process the data fast enough.
[13:32] <toffe> not even the new 512mb?
[13:32] <gordonDrogon> I watched a chap make a robot with a usb web cam using opencv and it was processing one frame a second.
[13:32] <gordonDrogon> memory isn't the issue, its processing speed.
[13:32] <toffe> oh
[13:32] <toffe> So i really should get two seperate cheap screens to directly connect the video
[13:33] <toffe> then just build a gui for the rpi and have a own screen for that
[13:33] <gordonDrogon> that's a solution - feed the video back to a human and get the human to control the ROV.
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[13:34] <toffe> The ROV is controlled by an arduino, i might use a rpi as a middle layer so i can do ethernet up
[13:34] <toffe> instead of rs232 at 2000bps. :P
[13:34] <gordonDrogon> right.
[13:35] <gordonDrogon> have a high-level protocol between Pi & Arduino over (e.g.) usb serial.
[13:35] <gordonDrogon> then the Pi can stream data over Ethernet.
[13:35] <toffe> then do ethernet up to land
[13:35] <toffe> That will get me beyond what i want (50meters)
[13:35] <gordonDrogon> depends if its self powered - wouldn't fibre be a better choice for underwater use?
[13:36] <toffe> Well, the money is a stopper :P
[13:36] <gordonDrogon> water & pressure proofing ethernet - tricky..
[13:36] <toffe> Even doh i have access to 5km long 12fibre cable :P
[13:37] <gordonDrogon> however you could then power some of it via that ethernet cable - 15 watts via standard PoE ...
[13:37] <toffe> I'll probably have enough power down there
[13:37] <gordonDrogon> yea, big motors, so big batteries :)
[13:38] <toffe> hehe
[13:38] <toffe> darn building the "brains" isent easy :(
[13:40] <gordonDrogon> I've seen a few tiny ROVs - and some great big ones.
[13:41] <toffe> I'm thinking about mine beeing one of the great ones. :P
[13:41] <toffe> gordonDrogon: http://www.tjweb.no/new-rov-design/
[13:42] <gordonDrogon> Heh.. bedframe with a motor :)
[13:42] <gordonDrogon> Do you dive? I used to do a lot of diving.
[13:42] <toffe> I've never dived. Just always wanted to explore the sea :P
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[13:42] <gordonDrogon> ok
[13:43] <gordonDrogon> I think small is the way to go - that way you can deploy it off a small boat.
[13:43] <toffe> Yeah this isent "that" big. It's a hobby ROV
[13:43] <toffe> but i'tll be big enough to be able to withstand some of the underseas / bottom streams..
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[13:44] <gordonDrogon> something the size of this: http://www.seabotix.com/
[13:44] <gordonDrogon> that would be my own aim if I were doing one.
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[13:44] <toffe> That is about the size of mine :)
[13:45] <gordonDrogon> I did use a slightly smaller one that that once - hand to hand-old it though as its motors failled. was using it to video a freediving depth record - its umbilical carried power and video to the surface.
[13:45] <gordonDrogon> ok. good size then. wasn't easy to tell from the pictures :)
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[13:47] <toffe> gordonDrogon: my plan here is the 6 motors, 1 recodring hd camera (gopro), 1 raw video camera for controlling and the arduino as the brain with gyro, pressure sensor, accelerometer, magnometer and temperature sensor.
[13:47] <gbaman> hmm, trying to install wiringpi2-python from the github repo and getting
[13:47] <gbaman> WiringPi/wiringPi/mcp3002.c:25:22: fatal error: wiringPi.h: No such file or directory
[13:47] <gbaman> compilation terminated.
[13:47] <gbaman> error: command 'gcc' failed with exit status 1
[13:47] <toffe> all the electronics are collected, now I'm working with the contrll panel, no idea on how to make it :P
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[13:48] <gbaman> and gadget does not seem to be about
[13:50] <gbaman> any ideas?
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[13:50] <gordonDrogon> gbaman, Not much help I'm afraid, I don't do the python wrappers for wiringPi, but try installing wiringPi first - http://wiringpi.com/download-and-install/
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[13:51] <gordonDrogon> then you can program in C not Python ;-)
[13:51] <gbaman> k, will do as I noticed that wiringpi - python has support for soft tone :)
[13:51] <jn__> gbaman: does the wiring-python package already include the C++ library? doesn't seem so
[13:51] <gbaman> sadly I still have to use python
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[13:52] <jn__> gbaman: it seems you don't have the actual Wiring library
[13:52] <gbaman> so wiringpi needs to be installed first
[13:52] <jn__> i guess so
[13:52] <gordonDrogon> gbaman, I don't know - but it might help.
[13:53] <gordonDrogon> certianly it'll install the .h files.
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[13:55] <gbaman> worked
[13:56] <gbaman> weird
[13:56] <gbaman> thanks
[13:57] <gordonDrogon> ok
[13:57] <gordonDrogon> softTone is good to about 5000Hz.
[13:59] <gbaman> any idea which is using board numbering? (aka first pin on board is 1, then 2 etc)?
[13:59] <gbaman> wiringpi2.wiringPiSetup, wiringpi2.wiringPiSetupSys, wiringpi2.wiringPiSetupGpio
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[14:07] <gbaman> oh, gordonDrogon, you have your own pin naming system :)
[14:08] <gordonDrogon> gbaman, I have, yes, but you can use the BCM or physical pin names if you like.
[14:08] <gordonDrogon> my naming system is based on the very first GPIO pinout diagram that was published some - um - 18 months ago now?
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[14:08] <gbaman> do you know which of the above 3 sets it up for the header order?
[14:08] <gordonDrogon> it simply numberd the original 8 usable GPIO pins from 0-7.
[14:09] <gordonDrogon> it depends how you initialise wiringPi - wiringPiSetup() uses my system, wiringPiSetupGpio() uses BCM_GPIO numbers and wiringPiSetupPhys() uses P1 pin numbers.
[14:09] <gordonDrogon> I don't know how they translate into Python land though.
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[14:10] <gbaman> I am guessing then wiringpi2.wiringPiSetupSys is what I want...
[14:10] <gordonDrogon> Sys is a different way again - although it uses the BCM_GPIO pin numbering scheme.
[14:11] <gordonDrogon> it relies on you 'exporting' the pins via the /sys/class/gpio interface.
[14:11] <gbaman> the python library only has wiringpi2.wiringPiSetup, wiringpi2.wiringPiSetupSys, wiringpi2.wiringPiSetupGpio
[14:11] <gordonDrogon> Hm. maybe gadgetoid's not put the physical one in.
[14:11] <gordonDrogon> Personally, I'd use the first.
[14:11] <gordonDrogon> otherwise use the last.
[14:11] <gbaman> am trying that with no luck
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[14:11] <gordonDrogon> however if you use anything other than the first, then you'll need to change some pin numbers between a rev 1 and rev 2 board.
[14:12] <gordonDrogon> are you using sudo to run the program?
[14:12] <gbaman> It won't make a difference that i am using SCLK and CE0 will it? works fine with rpi-gpio
[14:12] <gordonDrogon> no difference - as long as you get the pin numbers right.
[14:12] <gbaman> and yes, using the web IDE
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[14:13] <gordonDrogon> http://wiringpi.com/pins/ <-- pin numbers for all methods.
[14:13] <gbaman> am on there already
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[14:16] <gordonDrogon> use the gpio command to check the outputs,etc. if you need to. gpio -g will use the bcm pin numbers, else it will use the wiringPi pin numbers.
[14:16] <gordonDrogon> gpio -1 will use the P1 pin numbers too.
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[14:19] <gbaman> gpio write 14 1 is not turning on pin 23
[14:19] <gbaman> hmm
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[14:20] <gbaman> time for a pi reboot
[14:20] <gordonDrogon> more sure it's output mode first - gpo mode 14 out
[14:20] <gordonDrogon> back later - lunch time now.
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[14:29] <arrnas> hey guys, my rpi stopped booting from sd, at first the ACT led stays on for a bit and then starts blinking in no particular order until it stops blinking and only the power led stays on, i've tried rasbian and openelec and on another sd card but it just wont boot, any ideas ?
[14:29] <arrnas> any ideas how to fix this*
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[14:58] <mgottschlag> arrnas: first of all, random blinking means that it is still booting at least parts of the OS
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[15:00] <mgottschlag> I assume you don't get any picture on your screen?
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[15:01] <arrnas> mgottschlag, at first it used to proceed with booting (as in the other 3 leds turn on ) in a couple of seconds and now even after 30 seconds the other 3 leds are off
[15:01] <arrnas> and yes, no video output.
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[15:35] <quackgyver> How come the Pi is treated sort of like a single-purpose device?
[15:35] <quackgyver> I want to build something which has multimedia playback as part of it, so I'd really love to be able to use XBMC
[15:36] <quackgyver> But at the same time I need to be able to do other things as well, which means having XBMC as a distro won't work for me.
[15:36] <quackgyver> Is there a way to get around that problem?
[15:36] <projectdp> sure just install whatever else you want on the xbmc instlal
[15:36] <quackgyver> Why does XBMC need to be a distro at all though?
[15:37] <quackgyver> Why don't people just install it as a regular app?
[15:37] <projectdp> it's just optimized as an image based around the purpose
[15:37] <quackgyver> Ah, alright. :)
[15:37] <projectdp> so it includes video packs and things of that nature
[15:38] <projectdp> whereas normal installs might have less of those, and more of other apps
[15:38] <quackgyver> Alright.
[15:38] <projectdp> if you really want to i think you can install xbmc on any other raspberry pi os
[15:38] <quackgyver> That's one of the things I never really liked about Linux - how complex and convoluted the distro landscape becomes, as people seem very keen on creating a distro for setups that would be quite easy to do on one's own.
[15:39] <quackgyver> Yeah I hope I can set it up! :)
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[15:40] <arrnas> is there a way to install xmbc tho? as far as i've search the only option is to compile it which takes 12 hours...
[15:41] <projectdp> see that's the thing
[15:41] <projectdp> it will take forever to compile on the pi itself
[15:41] <projectdp> there's the benefit to starting with the xbmc oriented distro :)
[15:42] <projectdp> but you still have options: openelec, raspbmc, xbian
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[15:45] <arrnas> well this is interesting, composite video starts working when i ground the audio jack
[15:45] <projectdp> heh
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[15:50] <Encrypt> arrnas, :D
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[15:51] <Encrypt> Epicness is epic... :D
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[15:57] <Mjolinor> I think I got me a faulty PI, any suggestions how to be sure?
[15:57] <Mjolinor> brand new out of the box this morning and it doesnt do anythign other than light the red LED normally and hte green LED very slightly
[15:58] <Mjolinor> same withor without a card adn it is drawing about 80 ma
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[15:58] <Mortvert> you sure you got adequate power supply?
[15:59] <Mjolinor> yup
[15:59] <Mortvert> 100% sure?
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[15:59] <Mjolinor> I have tried both a bench supply and the supply I am currently using for another one, both are 2 amp
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[16:22] <quackgyver> Anyone know if there's a guide for setting up sound on the Pi floating around?
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[16:22] <quackgyver> Audio out through the 3,5mm output on Raspbian, more specifically.
[16:22] <quackgyver> I'm looking for the easiest and quickest way to do it, as I'm using a tiny monitor on which I can barely see what I'm doing. :P
[16:23] <projectdp> quackgyver: yeah um hang on
[16:23] <projectdp> do you mean with HDMI?
[16:24] <projectdp> oh no you said 3.5mm output
[16:24] <quackgyver> No, 3,5mm out
[16:24] <quackgyver> Yep. :)
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[16:24] <quackgyver> I found a guide some time ago that took you through the process of getting some drivers, an mp3 player and a sound file so you could test the output
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[16:25] <projectdp> http://elinux.org/R-Pi_Troubleshooting#Sound_does_not_work_at_all.2C_or_in_some_applications
[16:25] <quackgyver> Well, I actually don't know if it's not working.
[16:25] <quackgyver> I assumed that all Pis arrive not being able to play audio?
[16:25] <quackgyver> But I don't know how to test it.
[16:25] <projectdp> it's not a matter of the pi not being able to when it arrives
[16:25] <projectdp> it's the software
[16:26] <projectdp> most distros have it enabled, to my knowledge
[16:26] <quackgyver> Alright.
[16:26] <projectdp> try the command aplay
[16:26] <projectdp> at that link
[16:26] <projectdp> aplay /usr/share/sounds/alsa/Front_Center.wav
[16:26] <quackgyver> aplay? Okay
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[16:26] <quackgyver> One sec, it's updating. :P
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[16:33] <quackgyver> Holy moley!
[16:33] <quackgyver> it works!
[16:34] <quackgyver> Um, so this car monitor came with audio cable, but doesn't actually seem capable of playing sound
[16:34] <quackgyver> Pretty dumb. :/
[16:36] <projectdp> yay for working
[16:37] <quackgyver> Yep, but nay for having to use yet another peripheral :(
[16:37] <quackgyver> (an external speaker..)
[16:37] <quackgyver> I'm trying to figure out why this car monitor would ship with audio cables when they don't work
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[16:44] <quackgyver> Guess it has something to do with whatever kind of security camera you're supposed to use with this thing. Oh well. :)
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[16:57] <quackgyver> Ah sweet. Been planning this thing for over a month, and finally got it set up.
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[16:58] <quackgyver> Power -> Battery pack -> Monitor / Raspberry Pi -> Wifi dongle / Wireless keyboard/mouse input dongle / 3,5mm audio out -> External speaker
[16:59] <quackgyver> Shoved it into a shoebox, with the cordless keyboard/mouse and tiny car monitor on top.
[16:59] <quackgyver> Gonna program a nice Python-based input controller application, and then get this thing a better case. So exciting. :D
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[17:00] <Squarepy> o/
[17:00] <Squarepy> so what for?
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[17:12] <quackgyver> Squarepy: I'm making a multipurpose device.
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[17:13] <quackgyver> Basically, I've been buying peripherals and taking them apart so I can cluster them together in a cramped box, which I then would like to try to use as a multipurpose device for specific tasks.
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[17:14] <quackgyver> And I've spent about a month getting the hardware in place, so I'm excited about moving on to the programming phase. :)
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[17:17] <Squarepy> nice, well that is indeed quite general :)
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[17:21] <quackgyver> Squarepy: Well, I want a tiny little box that helps me consume the type of superfluous information and media that I normally tend to skip in favor of more important chores and matters.
[17:22] <quackgyver> And I sometimes find myself wishing I'd have more time for that kind of stuff.
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[17:22] <quackgyver> So the idea is to have a tiny device with a built-in monitor, speaker and thermal printer with scripts that automatically outputs stuff
[17:22] <quackgyver> or does so easily through simple controller inputs or voice commands
[17:23] <Squarepy> ok
[17:23] <quackgyver> for example, printing reuters snippets every morning, or reading them aloud while I'm having breakfast
[17:23] <quackgyver> So yeah, kind of multipurpose, but still useful, I guess. :P
[17:23] <Squarepy> haha
[17:24] <Squarepy> also, make coffee?
[17:24] <quackgyver> God, I wish! :D
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[17:24] <Squarepy> a cron job for coffee, hmm
[17:25] <quackgyver> I actually want to make home automation part of this as well, but most kitchen wares require too much user input I think
[17:25] <quackgyver> so like, I'd have to set up some kind of Rube Goldberg machine that loads my coffee machine and that's just too far out there to ever be efficient :P
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[17:26] <Squarepy> dreams
[17:26] <Squarepy> speaking of coffee
[17:30] <quackgyver> Already had some... in my cool new rPi mug. ;)
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[17:32] <Squarepy> never enough quackgyver
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[17:39] <Haxxa> Hello
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[17:41] <quackgyver> https://copy.com/KVgJ0vu2hm8UdLqS
[17:41] <quackgyver> :D
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[17:41] <Haxxa> I've done about everything with raspberry pi and now I am going down htpc route - I assume the best option is openelec with moderate overclock is most effective
[17:42] <Haxxa> Options
[17:42] <Haxxa> and opinions
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[17:42] <projectdp> Haxxa: everything? :/
[17:42] <raspberrypilover> hey, who's about?
[17:43] <Haxxa> no what your setup is I guess why you choose that over other distros etc. what performance can be gained etc.
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[17:44] <projectdp> i liked xbian when i tried it
[17:45] <projectdp> and raspbmc
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[18:00] <Kane> hello world o/
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[18:01] <steve_rox> :-P
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[18:20] <megaproxy> what is best pokemon game on ds?
[18:22] <steve_rox> chinpokomon
[18:22] <steve_rox> ive only collected shoe so far
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[18:25] <Demp> I tried apt-get update && apt-get dist-upgrade and I'm getting this errors: http://dpaste.com/1245071/ after that the rpi won't start - boot partition lacks a lot of files and I have to copy them from a backup. any idea why that happens and how to solve it?
[18:26] <steve_rox> files damaged in the fat partition?
[18:26] <jn__> why is the file system read-only?
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[18:26] <steve_rox> usually goes read only when it sences corruption i think
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[18:27] <jn__> yeah, usually.
[18:27] <Demp> uhm... what do I do in that case?
[18:27] <steve_rox> it still boot?
[18:27] <yggdrasil> how does wpa wireless chose a preferred network?
[18:27] <jn__> Demp: please check your kernel log (with dmesg), it might contain some clues
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[18:28] <Demp> surprisingly enough it does boot now, without restoring the files
[18:28] <steve_rox> id probly copy some older files back into the fat partition so it could boot
[18:28] <jn__> oh, soory , doesn't boot, right
[18:29] <steve_rox> my other rpi used to fail during updateing the boot loader
[18:30] <Demp> ok, so it did boot but didn't update any of the packages listed in the paste
[18:31] <steve_rox> run aptitude again i guess
[18:36] <Demp> now it hangs after "No diversion 'diversion of /boot/bootcode.bin by rpikernelhack', none removed."
[18:38] <steve_rox> maybe you should restore the /boot/ files to a backup
[18:39] <Demp> yeah, that's what I've been doing for the past few weeks
[18:39] <steve_rox> sometimes i shove the sd into another rpi via usb and do a fsck on it
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[18:41] <JakeSays> any power supply experts in here?
[18:41] <steve_rox> what defines a expert on psu?
[18:42] <JakeSays> steve_rox: being able to tell me what the 'key' pin is for on this power supply i have
[18:43] <steve_rox> erm that makes a lot of sence
[18:45] <jn__> i wouldn't call myself a psu expert at all, but now i'm interested. please ask your question, JakeSays
[18:45] <steve_rox> indeed
[18:45] <JakeSays> jn__: that was the question. lol. here's the data sheet for the power supply: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/410932/PU110-42A.pdf
[18:45] <JakeSays> at the bottom of the last page is the pin chart
[18:46] <JakeSays> notice pin 12
[18:47] <JakeSays> the model i have is the PU110-45-1a
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[18:53] <steve_rox> so what you trying to figure out?
[18:53] <jn__> JakeSays: i would *guess* it's some kind of power on switch
[18:53] <JakeSays> jn__: thats my guess as well
[18:54] <JakeSays> steve_rox: i want to use it, but cant figure out how to 'turn it on'
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[18:55] <jn__> are there any non-zero voltages between the pins? that might be a clue
[18:55] <JakeSays> hmm. i'll check.
[18:56] <jn__> also, outputs 1 and 4 have 1.5A minimum current, that might be a problem
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[18:56] <JakeSays> why?
[18:56] <steve_rox> makes me wonder what psu this is now
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[18:57] <jn__> i don't know what the psu does if you don't meet the minimum current, but it might simply not turn on because of that
[18:59] <jn__> (well, not exactly, because the current has to build up somehow)
[19:00] <steve_rox> on a pc you have to touch 2 wires together to make it power on
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[19:07] <JakeSays> steve_rox: it came from one of these: http://www.ebay.com/itm/Exabyte-220-EXB-220-Tape-Drive-2-Mammoth-tape-library/261230650070?rt=nc&_trksid=p2047675.m1851&_trkparms=aid%3D222005%26algo%3DSIC.NUQ%26ao%3D1%26asc%3D16097%26meid%3D8421523487199757734%26pid%3D100005%26prg%3D7683%26rk%3D3%26sd%3D280595808551%26
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[19:08] <steve_rox> crazy looking device
[19:08] <JakeSays> yeah. was a blast to take a part. its basically a complete robot.
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[19:09] <steve_rox> stuff a rpi in its case ? ;-)
[19:09] <JakeSays> lol
[19:09] <ricksl> What are you up to this time jake, you rapscallion
[19:09] <JakeSays> i want to use the robotic motors, etc tho
[19:10] <steve_rox> rpi robot box thing
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[19:10] <ricksl> you and your ambitions
[19:10] <JakeSays> ricksl: heh. just finished disassembling a robotic tape autoloader
[19:10] <JakeSays> thing was full of amazing stuff
[19:11] <ricksl> Very cool, wish I had this kind of stuff just laying around
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[19:11] <JakeSays> i picked this up at a surplus sale about six years ago
[19:11] <steve_rox> whats it do
[19:12] <ricksl> See I buy things like books an old video games at yard sales
[19:12] <JakeSays> its a tape backup system - has two tape drives and a robotic tape autoloader
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[19:12] <steve_rox> is it vintage or something?
[19:13] <JakeSays> it was built in 2000.
[19:13] <steve_rox> ah
[19:13] <steve_rox> how many gb of storage typically?
[19:13] <ricksl> we still used tape drives in 2000?
[19:13] <JakeSays> i think this one was about 800gb
[19:13] <JakeSays> ricksl: we still use tapes for backup
[19:13] <steve_rox> ah
[19:14] <JakeSays> they're still the most efficient thing around
[19:14] <steve_rox> i need more space than that these days :-/
[19:14] <steve_rox> esp if you have steam installed
[19:14] <ricksl> I guess I didn't notice since I was content with an N64
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[19:14] <JakeSays> steve_rox: actually i think this was 800gb/tape
[19:14] <JakeSays> and it holds 20 tapes
[19:15] <steve_rox> ahh :-)
[19:15] <steve_rox> sounds like something usefull to have then
[19:15] <JakeSays> hmm. maybe i shouldn't have disassembled it. they're going for as much as $1200 on ebay.
[19:15] <steve_rox> so i see
[19:16] <ricksl> quick put it back together
[19:16] <ricksl> act like nothing happened
[19:16] <steve_rox> you better rebuiild it
[19:16] <JakeSays> LOL
[19:16] <JakeSays> well, little late for that. i couldn't find the key to the front panel, so i opened it in a most unfriendly fashion
[19:17] <ricksl> Tape
[19:17] <steve_rox> oh dear
[19:17] <JakeSays> ricksl: so i have this psu: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/410932/PU110-42A.pdf - trying to figure out how to use it
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[19:19] <jn__> JakeSays: any voltages measured yet?
[19:19] <ricksl> you salvage that out of something?
[19:19] <jn__> ricksl: out of the tape loader, i guess
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[19:20] <JakeSays> jn__: correct - the tape loader
[19:20] <JakeSays> jn__: and not yet
[19:21] <ricksl> I never was a fan of salvaging obscure components and trying to make them work, I had enough of that when I got started with this hobby. I just order my stuff now.
[19:21] <ricksl> it looks like the models have different output voltages though
[19:21] <JakeSays> mine is the pu110-45-1a
[19:22] <JakeSays> and whats the fun in just ordering stuff? sheesh.
[19:22] <ricksl> of course 1% peak to peak ripple is very nice!
[19:23] <JakeSays> ricksl: i priced the servo motors that were in this - it'd cost me about $900 or so if i were to buy them.
[19:24] <ricksl> but consider, it would be hard to find the exact servo since it is a semi-vintage piece of equipment as well as being a professional piece that was probably only produced in relatively small amounts
[19:24] <ricksl> but im sure if you could find equivalents they would be much less.
[19:25] <JakeSays> no, these are all common and in current production (still, oddly enough)
[19:25] <ricksl> but you said the kit itself is expensive.
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[19:26] <JakeSays> no, i said if i were to go buy all of the motors that were in this autoloader, it'd cost me about $900
[19:26] <ricksl> Oh, okay I was reading that wrong
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[19:31] <JakeSays> ricksl: here's an example http://www.pittmanexpress.com/ecatalog/brush-dc-motors/en/brush-dc-motors-GM8543S059-SP
[19:32] <ricksl> fair enough
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[19:33] <ricksl> Brb something came up.
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[20:17] <quackgyver> Man, I'm so tempted to glue a rPi to the inside of my mug and use it as a case
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[20:24] <SpeedEvil> That would be a big mug
[20:29] <jn__> quackgyver: as a coffee heater!
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[20:37] <D4CH_RPi> I wonder if it's faster to run an unrar command in Rasbian, and unrar a movie or TV show, than unraring from windows via a samba share drive hosted on the pi
[20:39] <linuxstb> D4CH_RPi: There's an easy way to find out...
[20:41] <D4CH_RPi> Indeed indeed. But I am unable to do so right now, so I was just wondering if anyone knew on the top of their head
[20:41] <SpeedEvil> It will depend on your SD
[20:41] <D4CH_RPi> The files are on an external hdd
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[20:43] <quackgyver> jn__: Indeed. :)
[20:43] <quackgyver> SpeedEvil: Not really, but unfortunately the plug part of the usb cable that powers it was too big, so it kind of pushed the rPi a good bit outisde the mug. :(
[20:43] <quackgyver> If it'd been smaller, kinda like one of those tiny USB dongles, as well as the wire being thinner and more flexible, then I think it would work.
[20:43] <SpeedEvil> So chop down the plug
[20:43] <quackgyver> Hah. Wish I knew how to do that :D
[20:44] <quackgyver> I could even fit a USB hub inside, actually.
[20:44] <SpeedEvil> Take a knife, and you can cut off all of the plastic outside part of the plug
[20:44] <SpeedEvil> back to about 1cm from the insertion point
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[21:27] <quackgyver> SpeedEvil: Cool mate.
[21:27] <quackgyver> Might try that. :)
[21:27] <SpeedEvil> To elaborate.
[21:27] <IT_Sean> ahoyhoy
[21:28] <SpeedEvil> A USB plug typically has a rubberised plastic moulded over a rigid plastic+metal plug
[21:28] <SpeedEvil> you can remove the rubberised bit 'easily' - with a sharp knife and care.
[21:28] <IT_Sean> just don't lop off a fingah!
[21:28] <SpeedEvil> Going further than the rigid plastic - which is typically about half the length - gets tricky
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[21:34] <steve_rox> the pound shop is very handy for cheap usb cables to hack apart
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[21:48] <yggdrasil> does anyone know how to use the remote in mpg123 ?
[21:49] <pksato> remote?
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[21:55] <yggdrasil> like mpg123 -R
[21:55] <yggdrasil> but cant figure out how to use htat.
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[21:58] <pksato> yggdrasil: it is mode to interface with other program.
[21:58] <yggdrasil> i see.
[21:58] <pksato> affter -R, do help<enter>
[21:58] <pksato> to see commands.
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[22:05] <bortzmeyer> The number 1 plague of Raspberry Pi: http://raspberrypi.stackexchange.com/questions/7978/how-can-i-prevent-my-pis-sd-card-from-getting-corrupted-so-often
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[22:06] <yggdrasil> hmm.
[22:09] <jn__> bortzmeyer: depends on where you live, i guess.
[22:09] <jn__> wall power is quite stable here
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[22:11] <IanCormac> People should probably use a small faux-UPS (rechargeable USB charger)
[22:11] <IanCormac> if they have power problems
[22:12] <bortzmeyer> IanCormac: the point of a Pi is its price. It already reuires many accessories. An UPS is not an option.
[22:12] <SpeedEvil> IanCormac: you're assuming those work well, and are not themselves undersized
[22:12] <IanCormac> SpeedEvil: I'm not assuming they work well; I know they work well.
[22:13] <ripzay> http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/9089235.htm#pdpProductReviews
[22:13] <IanCormac> I use one
[22:13] <ripzay> ^ lol, gf just found this review
[22:13] <ripzay> first review
[22:13] <SpeedEvil> IanCormac: No, you don't.
[22:13] <ripzay> By Noggin from Newark
[22:13] <SpeedEvil> IanCormac: You know the one you have works.
[22:13] <ripzay> "It's PVC , you put air in it , it's a bed , after use take air out , not a bed , but can be used as wrap round novelty gimp suit."
[22:14] <IanCormac> SpeedEvil: Yep, and I'm using a cheap-ass chinese one, so I assume most of them work. Let's not get into a dialogue
[22:14] <SpeedEvil> IanCormac: Unfortunately, quality of chinese stuff varies widely - even sometimes amongst items coming off the same production line.
[22:15] <IanCormac> Judging by the reviews, most work fine.
[22:15] <IanCormac> http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_noss_1?url=search-alias%3Daps&field-keywords=usb+charger+lithium
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[22:32] <yggdrasil> hey guys what is the dsi port for ?
[22:32] <IanCormac> A screen
[22:33] <shiftplusone> Nothing yet, but for a potential screen.
[22:33] <IanCormac> DSI is only used by certain internal screens, not externl screens
[22:33] <yggdrasil> hmm.
[22:33] <yggdrasil> whats the hold up ?
[22:33] <IanCormac> It's not really worth it
[22:33] <IanCormac> when we have HDMI and component
[22:33] <yggdrasil> right
[22:33] <shiftplusone> No hold up... I am not aware of it ever being announced of being int he works or even planned.
[22:33] <yggdrasil> well i was just thinking for like 2 x4
[22:33] <IanCormac> s/component/composite
[22:34] <yggdrasil> just funny that its there.
[22:34] <IanCormac> Yeah I agree
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[22:34] <IanCormac> they should have left it out or added more GPIOs
[22:34] <yggdrasil> what whats the jtag stuff for ?
[22:34] <IanCormac> Low-level programming stuff
[22:34] <yggdrasil> hmm.
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[22:34] <IanCormac> Like programming the ethernet chip and the ARM bootloader and stuff
[22:34] <yggdrasil> ahh isee.
[22:34] <IanCormac> I'm not sure if they'll ever let us use those
[22:34] <yggdrasil> writing to the roms of the chips
[22:34] <yggdrasil> ?
[22:35] <yggdrasil> if that even makes sense.
[22:35] <IanCormac> yeah
[22:35] <IanCormac> basically
[22:35] <yggdrasil> cool.
[22:35] <yggdrasil> well i just made a discovery
[22:35] <yggdrasil> a raspberry pi will fit perfectly inside of a cigarret pack.
[22:35] <IanCormac> cool
[22:36] <yggdrasil> yea.
[22:36] <yggdrasil> your have to slice it open on its glue seems and then place it in and reglue it.
[22:36] <yggdrasil> but its still good
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[22:40] <yggdrasil> http://www.savagehomeautomation.com/jj-led
[22:40] <yggdrasil> thats a nice baord
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[22:42] <knob> Good afternoon everyone =)
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[22:47] <yggdrasil> hi
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[22:54] <mpmc> Hello :)
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[22:54] <dansan> Goodbye
[22:54] <dansan> :)
[22:54] <dansan> I love my pi!
[22:55] <dansan> I crash it several times a day!
[22:55] <chod> how
[22:55] <dansan> writing my first device driver :)
[22:55] <Encrypt> dansan, :)
[22:55] <dansan> And now this blasted chip is behaving funny :(
[22:56] <dansan> Oh, it's so awesome for driver testing. It reboots in 30 seconds
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[22:56] <dansan> no more hard drives to recover, just hit the switch
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[22:58] <mpmc> Anyone know of any decent sd cards that the Pi will still boot from even when hot? I have tried 5 different cards all of them fail to boot after a while.
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[22:59] <chainey> mpmc dealing with that exact issue today. poor lil guy tuckered out at 106 F. using it for temp sensor in solar/battery setup.
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[23:00] <dansan> :(
[23:00] <dansan> that's so sad :(
[23:00] <dansan> I have mine indoors, so haven't run into that yet
[23:01] <mpmc> chainey: Mine isn't the Pi itself but the card, if I do a number of writes say updating raspbian and reboot right away it won't boot, but if I leave it a while to cool or switch out the sd card to a cold one, it'll boot no issues. All 3 of my Pi's do this. =_=
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[23:04] <chainey> mpmc, can't say i've had that issue. i've had similar when using wired keyboard w/ underpowerd power source. is it possible you are at the edge of enough pwr?
[23:05] <dansan> have you tried a heat sink and/or thermocoupling? (the later costs power of course)
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[23:05] <dansan> but at least a thermo couple has the capability (in theory) to produce a lower temperature than the ambient, but generates more total heat in the process
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[23:06] <mpmc> chainey: The Pi's are powered by a (2 separate) hub and one is powered by an RS UK plug.
[23:07] <dansan> mpmc: You can reduce the total power dissipation (and thus heat) by supplying 3.3v externally, but I'm not sure how close the liniear voltage regulator is to the SD card (and thus, how much it would help you)
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[23:10] <dansan> hmm, the voltage regulator is fairly close to the sd card slot, but it's not right over it
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[23:10] <dansan> mpmc: what is the ambient temperature where your Pis are running?
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[23:11] <mpmc> dansan: Its warm but not extremely hot, I'd say about 19-20c.
[23:12] <dansan> mpmc: well if the sd card is significantly warmer, I would stick a little heat sink on it
[23:13] <mpmc> dansan: Wouldn't I have to stick a heat sink to each (sd card) one? :p
[23:14] <dansan> yeah, would have to be on the card
[23:14] <dansan> do you have one of those cute laser themometers?
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[23:14] <dansan> If the card is failing inside of it's specified operating range, perhaps you have defective cards? (unlikely for more than one, but still worth a thought)
[23:14] <gordonDrogon> Pi needs 5v as well as 3.3v ... (just in-case anyone tries to use 3.3v only!)
[23:14] <dansan> oh yeah!
[23:15] <dansan> lol! don't give it just one, who knows what'll happen
[23:15] <dansan> hi gordonDrogon
[23:15] <chainey> mpmc, just to rule it out since you're using usb hubs, i've had similar issue when giving the pi less than 700mA.
[23:15] <dansan> ahhh
[23:15] <chainey> also double check the output on the rs ps
[23:15] <gordonDrogon> a good check for temperature is if you can keep a finger on something indefinately it's probably under 40-45C, but only for a few seconds it's 45-50C.
[23:15] <mpmc> dansan: Nope, I'm just your avg user that likes to tinker.
[23:15] <chainey> gordonDrogon, yup :)
[23:17] <dansan> mpmc: I want one of those. They are like $100 US I think. But chainey's advice sounds good -- I would say it's a likely cause. Boot time probably has a greater power draw, or it will at least cause more fluctuations in power (my brother understands that type of thing far better than I)
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[23:20] <dansan> mpmc:hmm, I just thought of something. How are you "rebooting" it? Disconnecting the USB connector or using software ("reboot" command) or the reset switch? (the reset line doesn't have a header on it, but you can solder one in and use it)
[23:20] <mpmc> chainey: the rs plug gives 1000ma, the hub gives 2000ma. gordonDrogon I can keep my finger on the card :) It's just when I write to the card and reboot it refuses to do it.
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[23:21] <dansan> mpmc: hehe, I always "sync" prior to rebooting anymore :)
[23:22] <yggdrasil> does arch run any faster than raspian ?
[23:22] <dansan> gordonDrogon: oh, you're a hardware person. Have you played with the mcp2210 before (cheap USB to SPI converter by Microchip)?
[23:22] <gordonDrogon> dansan, nope.
[23:23] <dansan> gordonDrogon: I'm having trouble with my driver. I seem to have gotten all of the other mechanics working, but the chip keeps claiming that it's busy when trying to send SPI messages :(
[23:23] <dansan> ok, it was worth asking at least :)
[23:23] <gordonDrogon> can't use the Pi's on-board SPI?
[23:23] <mpmc> dansan: I've tried all methods, shutdown -r now, reboot and unplugging it. the longer I leave it the more chance of it booting properly.
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[23:23] <dansan> mpmc: wow, that is interesting. I know it sounds silly, but have you tried running a "sync" prior to rebooting?
[23:24] <mpmc> dansan: I'm going to try it now :)
[23:24] <gordonDrogon> I have a Pi that needs power cycling between boots - most of the time. it shuts down OK, just sticks at the rainbow screen at boot time.
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[23:24] <mpmc> gordonDrogon: Same here.
[23:24] <dansan> Mine wasn't rebooting always, but I figured it was due to screwing up kernel space with my bad drivers, but I do run sync prior to software reboot now
[23:24] <dansan> yeah, I've had that one before
[23:24] <gordonDrogon> I've tried different PSUs too. it is my very first Pi too.
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[23:25] <gordonDrogon> sort of annoyed that I bolted it to the back of my monitor now.
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[23:26] <nerdboy> making a full hf/vfp/nothumb image build
[23:26] <mpmc> dansan: used sync and it's stuck on rainbow screen (used reboot).
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[23:26] <plugwash> any shellscripting experts arround?
[23:26] <nerdboy> gonna see how that compares to the default machine config
[23:27] <gordonDrogon> mpmc, is it an older one?
[23:27] <dansan> Also, remember that this thing has no metal case that's shielding it from external radio waves. I was in luck because when I ran my pi next to my router, I would get a lot of communication errors when talking to my chip (mcp2210) via USB from the pi. This was good for me because I got to test my drivers comm failure recovery code without needing some fault-injection framework
[23:27] <nerdboy> plugwash: depends on your question...
[23:28] <plugwash> I have a text file. I want my shell script (which is running with -e) to abort if it finds the line "build-essential" in the file
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[23:28] <mpmc> gordonDrogon: All my Pi's do it, rev1 (with no mount holes), rev2 (with holes) and the rev2 (512mb version)
[23:28] <plugwash> any thoughts on the easiest way to do that?
[23:28] <gordonDrogon> mpmc, oh. really odd then. I only get it on the one Pi. Old Rev 1.
[23:29] <yggdrasil> hey did we ever get any sort of 3d working in x ?
[23:29] <gordonDrogon> plugwash, fgrep -q will return a status code.
[23:31] <yggdrasil> open gl
[23:31] <yggdrasil> ehm, did we ever get any opengl in x ?
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[23:32] <nerdboy> something like FOO=$(grep "build-essential" file.txt) with [ -n ${FOO} ] && do_something
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[23:32] <djapo> is there a way to change the filesystem in the sd card to something like btrfs
[23:35] <dansan> mpmc :(
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[23:38] <Encrypt> djabo has gone away... :(
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[23:56] <nerdboy> that would be about the simplest two-liner i can think of...
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