#raspberrypi IRC Log

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IRC Log for 2013-06-27

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[0:00] <zproc> ah sorry, Bushmills, hmm, that could be used by a service or something because i'm setting up something and i'd like to be sure a port is "free"
[0:00] <zproc> a certain port...
[0:01] <zproc> tho i don't think it's a port problem i'm facing an error "cannot bind to address…" with this service (Seafile)
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[0:02] <Bushmills> -ltu are those options i'd use with netstat. maybe together with -n. and maybe without u or t if you know already the protocol you're looking at.
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[0:03] <zproc> Bushmills: thank you
[0:04] <Bushmills> there's also fuser, with -n namespace portnumber
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[0:14] <MachinaeWolf> hmm it's not powering on, I had a light briefly
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[0:16] <MachinaeWolf> nvm got it, cable was being weird
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[0:23] <MachinaeWolf> actually weird surge protector, so I plugged it straight in the wall instead
[0:24] -tomaw- [Global Notice] Hi all, we just experienced a little unexpected issue with the webchat resulting in all its users being momentarily kicked off the service. It's back working correctly now. Sorry for the inconvenience!
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[0:33] <sebastianpersic> Does anyone know any how-to's for installing alfresco on the pi
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[0:42] <MachinaeWolf> Should I set swap on pidora?
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[0:55] <MachinaeWolf> hmm mouse is being laggy, have to click twice and wifi adapter works but it keeps disconnecting
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[1:01] <MachinaeWolf> it's running on a 5v 1 amp psu
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[1:07] <Bushmills> MachinaeWolf: swap on flash storages is usually not a great idea.
[1:07] <MachinaeWolf> k, I didn't enable it
[1:08] <Bushmills> so unless you really really need it, i'd say, don't activate
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[1:08] <MachinaeWolf> alright
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[1:13] <MachinaeWolf> Any ideas on the mouse occasionally being laggy (taking more than 1 click) and the wifi working but not staying connected?
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[1:15] <Bushmills> check what governor your pi is running under, and what clock
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[1:15] <MachinaeWolf> er how?
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[1:16] <Bushmills> cpufrequtils, for example
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[1:17] <MachinaeWolf> k I'll check after my brother gets off the tv, using an old tv as a monitor atm
[1:17] <MachinaeWolf> er off his game*
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[1:30] <MachinaeWolf> k Bushmills um it didn't have cpufrequtils
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[1:30] <Bushmills> MachinaeWolf: i don't understand what you mean to say
[1:30] <MachinaeWolf> command not found is what I mean...
[1:31] <Bushmills> have you installed it?
[1:31] <MachinaeWolf> no cause I'm waiting on the wifi to work...
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[1:32] <Bushmills> cat /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/scaling_governor may show governor
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[1:35] <MachinaeWolf> ondemand
[1:35] <techman2> morning all
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[1:40] <Bushmills> try whether setting to performance makes any difference
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[1:42] <MachinaeWolf> echo performance to that command ?
[1:42] <Bushmills> to that file
[1:43] <MachinaeWolf> k
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[1:45] <MachinaeWolf> ok, now do I have to reboot?
[1:45] <Bushmills> no
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[1:46] <MachinaeWolf> hmm so far mouse seems more responsive
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[1:46] <MachinaeWolf> much better, now to see the wifi maybe
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[1:49] <MachinaeWolf> hmm still no go on wifi, it's working sees networks, just won't sustain
[1:50] <MachinaeWolf> disconnects right after it connects
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[1:52] <MachinaeWolf> It's the Belkin Components F7D1101 v1 Basic Wireless Adapter [Realtek RTL8188SU] and I'm running fedora on this
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[1:55] <ozzzy> MachinaeWolf: I have a device with the same chip and I needed to use WICD to get it going
[1:56] <MachinaeWolf> k, time to go package searching
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[2:00] <ripplebit> guys i need to project to work on, what do you suggest (has to be coding though)
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[2:08] <MachinaeWolf> ozzzy, alright installed, so now just run it?
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[2:14] <techman2> ripplebit: is there something you have a need for or are interested in?
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[2:16] <MachinaeWolf> hmm ozzzy wicd isn't seeing wifi networks but network manager applet is...?_?
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[2:22] <ozzzy> MachinaeWolf: I use wicd-curses
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[2:23] <ozzzy> mind you... I'm not running fedora so that could change things
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[2:23] <MachinaeWolf> ah
[2:24] <ozzzy> it's about a 30 second boot up waiting for the wifi to come up before I can ssh in
[2:25] <ozzzy> Bus 001 Device 004: ID 0bda:8171 Realtek Semiconductor Corp. RTL8188SU 802.11n WLAN Adapter <--- line from lsusb
[2:26] <MachinaeWolf> ah
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[2:38] <murple> I've managed to get SSH access to my Raspberry Pi with Putty but I am struggling to get remote access to the graphical desktop environment. I've been trying to use tightVNC, but I simply cannot connect from a viewer. Does anyone have any advise?
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[2:39] <shiftplusone> murple, have you installed the server?
[2:40] <murple> shiftplusone: Yes, I'm following this tutorial: http://gettingstartedwithraspberrypi.tumblr.com/post/24142374137/setting-up-a-vnc-server
[2:40] <ripplebit> techman2: yeah something to do with networking would be great. like creating a client, server that can chat to each other
[2:41] <murple> shiftplusone: The last line is confusing: "Use port �590x", where �x" is the session number used in step 3 in the previous section. If this doesn�t work, enter the IP address followed by ":x", e.g. �192.168.1.50:1"."...
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[2:42] <shiftplusone> murple, In X you can have multiple displays, so you can have a real X session running on display 0, a vnc session on display 1 and something else on display 3. It just means that whatever the display is, is the last number of the port you should use when connecting.
[2:43] <murple> I just tried tightVNC Viewer with 192.168.0.180:5901 and the error message seems to be a timeout.
[2:43] <shiftplusone> so for a display 0, 5900.
[2:43] <MachinaeWolf> ozzzy, warning python-iwscan not found, warning python-wpactrl not found <- error log of wicd
[2:43] <shiftplusone> murple, when you launch the server it should tell you what display it's on.
[2:44] <shiftplusone> murple, in the tutorial they use '1', so 5901 should work.
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[2:44] <murple> shiftplusone, 192.168.0.180:5900 timed out as well....
[2:44] <shiftplusone> murple, try :: instead of :
[2:45] <shiftplusone> and 5901, not 5900
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[2:45] <murple> shiftplusone, that would be slightly embarassing1
[2:45] <shiftplusone> what would be? O_o
[2:46] <murple> if that was the whole problem.. using :: instead of :
[2:46] <murple> all attemps timeout.
[2:46] <murple> I started the server with "tightvncserver" and the reply was:
[2:46] <shiftplusone> It sounds like you're not following the tutorial.
[2:46] <murple> New 'X' desktop is raspberrypi:1. Starting applications specified in.... Log file is ....
[2:47] <murple> then I ran vncserver:1 -geometry etc etc as specified in tutorial and the reply was "A VNC server is already running as :1"
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[2:47] <shiftplusone> yeah, the first time you run tightvncserver it should just ask you to set up a password and such
[2:47] <murple> shiftplusone, I've tried to follow it several times.
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[2:48] <murple> GOTIT!
[2:48] <shiftplusone> but not start the server.... then the next line is where you start the server. So it sounds like you're running commands without understanding why. Either way, 192.168.0.1180::5901 should work though
[2:48] <shiftplusone> what was it?
[2:48] <shiftplusone> *180
[2:48] <murple> shiftplusone, You were probably right all along and it was only using :: instead of :.
[2:49] <murple> shiftplusone, The past 5 minutes I had been testing with the wrong ip 192.168.0.80 instead of 192.168.0.180
[2:49] <murple> I had tried many times before, but then the port was probably wrong (:: :)
[2:49] <murple> this is sweet!
[2:50] <shiftplusone> well, it's working now, so yay.
[2:50] <murple> shiftplusone, Double yay!
[2:51] <murple> shiftplusone, this is actually the first time I see the desktop environment since I don't have a HDMI monitor, I've been using putty the whole time. It's nice to finally see the Raspberry in all it's glory.
[2:51] <murple> shiftplusone: I had followed some tutorial and port forwarded ports 5800 and 5900 to the Pi, but should I be using 5901 instead??
[2:52] <ozzzy> MachinaeWolf: sounds like you're missing something
[2:52] <shiftplusone> or you could launch with :0 instead of :1
[2:53] <shiftplusone> murple, vnc is not very secure at all though, so I would not expose that pi directly to the internet like that.
[2:54] <murple> shiftplusone; I understand, but I would really benefit from being able to remotely access it at least while developping for a few weeks time.
[2:54] <murple> do I need port 5800 at all? Could I simply port forward... say 5800...5950 to the Pi?
[2:54] <shiftplusone> idn, what's 5800 for?
[2:55] <MachinaeWolf> I see ozzzy can't find those things it said was missing unless it was in python-urwid though?
[2:55] <shiftplusone> murple, there is an alternative. ssh and x forwarding allows for pretty much the same thing, but secure.
[2:55] <murple> shiftplusone, I'm all ears!
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[2:56] <shiftplusone> murple, running windows?
[2:56] <murple> For the remote access (from work) yes.
[2:56] <ShorTie> yes murple, atleast 5901, if not 2 or 3 ...
[2:56] <murple> At home I have mixed systems.
[2:56] <murple> ShorTie, Okay, thanks.
[2:56] <shiftplusone> murple, look up xming.
[2:56] <ozzzy> MachinaeWolf: neither of those python things are on my system
[2:56] <murple> ShorTie, and 5800?
[2:56] <ShorTie> 5900 is known vnc port and scanned for openest
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[2:56] <shiftplusone> murple, once you have xming running, you just need to tick a box in the putty settings to enable X11 forwarding
[2:56] <murple> ShorTie: In other words a big security risk?
[2:57] <ShorTie> i'd try to add a couple to that too...
[2:57] <ShorTie> yes it is a security risk to have a port open
[2:57] <MachinaeWolf> ozzzy, hmm wicd-curses says can't connect to the daemon
[2:58] <ShorTie> but using known defualts makes it easier
[2:58] <murple> shiftplusone, I'll look that up, I just tried to sudo apt-get it, but that didn't work, I'll check online...
[2:58] <shiftplusone> murple, you don't need to do anything on the pi side.
[2:58] <shiftplusone> murple, xming runs on windows
[2:58] <murple> ShorTie, Right, so basically 5901 is slightly less common than 5900, is that your point?
[2:58] <ShorTie> yup
[2:59] <ozzzy> MachinaeWolf: you have to have the daemon running
[2:59] <murple> shiftplusone, Oh, well that explains it. I'll definetly start bugging google now, and hopefully save you more silly questions.
[2:59] <MachinaeWolf> ah well that keeps error-ing
[2:59] <murple> ShorTie, Understood. What about 5800, the tightVNC page mentioned it, do I need that too?
[2:59] <ozzzy> sudo service wicd start
[3:00] <MachinaeWolf> k then it said redirecting to /bin/systemctl start wicd.service
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[3:02] <shiftplusone> murple, there's not much to it, 1) Install and run xming. 2) Run putty like you normally would, but go into the ssh settings there and tick the X11 forwarding box and connect. 3) Come back here and complain that it's not working.
[3:04] <murple> haha
[3:04] <murple> Repeat steps 2-3 until it works?
[3:05] <shiftplusone> yup
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[3:06] <beaky> hello
[3:06] <shiftplusone> You again! >=/
[3:06] <shiftplusone> Hi =D
[3:06] <beaky> :D
[3:07] <murple> shiftplusone: Well that didn't go quite as planned... ...it worked straight off the bat! : )
[3:07] <shiftplusone> unfortunate
[3:07] <beaky> how do I use my ultrasonic transducer with my pi
[3:07] <beaky> to print readings
[3:08] <murple> shiftplusone: Thank's a lot once again!
[3:08] <beaky> The sonar I am using is the overpriced Parallax PING))) ultrasonic transducer
[3:08] <shiftplusone> np
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[3:08] <beaky> is it true that using python or js you can directly control the GPIO pins on the pi?
[3:08] <beaky> or does it work using the linux filesystem like on the beaglebone?
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[3:10] <murple> beaky: I'm interested in this as well. It seems like I'm going to have to use some kind of multiplexing to drive a 7-segment LED and I'm afraid that if I use the filesystem for GPIO access, it might be too slow. I really have no experience in this and haven't had a chance to test anything yet...
[3:11] <shiftplusone> murple, you'll be fine.
[3:11] <murple> shiftplusone: Well, just wiring up two 7-segment displays seems like a nightmare...
[3:12] <murple> shiftplusone: I've been reading up on this page: http://hackyourmind.org/articles/raspberry-pi-with-7-segment-display and even gotten a few tips from the author. Still, there seems to be a ridiculous number of resistors and wires just to show 2 digits.
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[3:13] <shiftplusone> I'd just use an LCD char display instead
[3:14] <shiftplusone> beaky, are you avoiding using the linux drivers because you think you'll get better performance by using gpio 'directly' ?
[3:15] <murple> shiftplusone: I considered that, but I just want to show the temperature and I assumed 7-segments would be much brighter than most LCDs. It should be easy to view in sunlight etc.
[3:15] <shiftplusone> murple, yeah, for visibility that's not a bad idea. Still, I am not sure what's wrong with needing some resistors and wires.
[3:15] <beaky> shiftplusone: ah no; I didn't know you could use linux to drive them :D
[3:16] <beaky> I love linux
[3:16] <beaky> where everything is a file
[3:16] <beaky> and everything is accomplished with 'cat'
[3:16] <murple> shiftplusone: Nothing wrong, it just surprised me to learn that I needed so much more wires and resistors to show 2 digits with seven segment displays than I would using an LCD display.
[3:16] <shiftplusone> beaky, ah ok. I am not sure of the actual implemintation, but you can check the wiringpi source to see how gordon does it.
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[3:22] <beaky> the transducer needs a HIGH signal for about 5 microseconds max, then the transducer will send back a HIGH signal after a while, which goes LOW when the sonar gets an echo. Can the pi do this sort of input capture or pin change sensing?
[3:22] <beaky> or even timing?
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[3:22] <Firehopper> interrupts?
[3:23] <beaky> yep
[3:23] <ShorTie> the c source is in the forums for that beaky
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[3:24] <beaky> ah thanks
[3:24] <ShorTie> np
[3:24] * beaky googles the official raspberry pi forums for the C source on using the Parallax PING))) ultrasonic transducer with the raspberry pi's GPIO
[3:25] <beaky> http://www.raspberrypi.org/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f=37&t=7688 is it ths one?
[3:25] <beaky> wow it seems it can be done in python
[3:26] <shiftplusone> python, c, c++... whatever you want.
[3:26] <beaky> anything would be better than C :D
[3:26] <beaky> or raw ARM assembly
[3:27] <shiftplusone> blasphemy
[3:27] <beaky> no more flipping bits in weird register acronyms
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[3:28] <shiftplusone> Sure you are, you're just hiding it behind 50 layers of abstraction.
[3:29] <beaky> right
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[3:30] <shiftplusone> Digging through the wiringpi source. Looks like he has two setup functions. One uses /sys/class/gpio and the other accesses the memory through /dev/mem to access the gpio, so you have a choice.
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[3:32] <beaky> is there a way to do the timing?
[3:32] <beaky> on the linux
[3:32] <shiftplusone> depends on what you mean. If you're still asking about interrupts, yes, 'course.
[3:33] <beaky> ah
[3:33] <beaky> I want to start a timer when the transducer sends a HIGH signal, then stop it when it goes LOW again
[3:34] <beaky> maybe there is an special ARM hardware function for that
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[3:35] <shiftplusone> .... or just record the time when you have the high signal, then again when low and compare...
[3:35] <beaky> right
[3:35] <beaky> \|||||\\\\
[3:35] <shiftplusone> How accurate does it have to be?
[3:35] <beaky> accurate to microseconds
[3:36] <beaky> to get an accurate enough distance measurement
[3:36] <beaky> in cm
[3:36] <beaky> the parallax PING))) is accurate from 3cm to 300cm
[3:36] <rigid> that could be hard without rtos i guess
[3:36] <beaky> ah :(
[3:36] <beaky> maybe I can use... RISC OS! :D
[3:36] <shiftplusone> O_o
[3:36] <histo> beaky: doesn't the sensor do all the timing?
[3:37] <shiftplusone> beaky, maybe confirm with gordonDrogon whether or not the pi can do accurate timing like that.
[3:37] <beaky> it does, but the raspberry pi needs to time the signals the sensor returns back to know the time of the sonar echo
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[3:37] <rigid> does the arm on the rpi provide a counter with capture/compare function?
[3:38] <rigid> that would be accurate i guess... lots of ARMs have it
[3:38] <histo> beaky: Are you trying to track movement or distance?
[3:38] <beaky> distance
[3:39] <shiftplusone> hm, wiringpi provides plenty of timing functions http://wiringpi.com/reference/timing/
[3:40] <histo> beaky: http://www.raspberrypi.org/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f=37&t=7688
[3:41] <beaky> wiringpi looks like arduino code :D
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[3:41] <harris> raspberry pi model c
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[3:41] <harris> are they working on it
[3:41] <ShorTie> NO
[3:41] <beaky> I love ardunio
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[3:41] <shiftplusone> beaky, looks like the pi can handle about 5000 interrupts per second without overclocking.
[3:41] <harris> why not
[3:42] <shiftplusone> harris, because there is no reason to.
[3:42] <beaky> yes the model b is the cheapest credit-card sized computer in the world
[3:42] <beaky> for what it does
[3:42] <harris> so im good with the b
[3:43] <harris> dont have to worry about a new one coming out soon
[3:43] <shiftplusone> it's not an iphone
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[3:43] <harris> will ubuntu ever be available for the raspberry pi
[3:44] <shiftplusone> no
[3:44] <histo> harris: are you really worried about wasting yoru $25
[3:44] <shiftplusone> unless you want run an old version of ubuntu which you would have to modify for the pi yourself.
[3:44] <shiftplusone> even if canonical decided to jump on board, they would not offer anything raspbian doesn't.
[3:45] <harris> i know but i like ubuntu
[3:45] <beaky> ubuntu is overrated; RISC OS provides all of the functionality you would ever need
[3:45] <shiftplusone> beaky, wth are you talking about? >_<
[3:46] <murple> shiftplusone, Are you in the mood to assist in getting my Wi-Pi dongle up and running?
[3:47] <shiftplusone> murple, always in the mood to assist, but short on time right now and I use Arch, not raspbian, so I don't know what their way is. I think you just plug it in and run wpa_gui (there is an icon on the desktop)
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[3:49] <murple> shiftplusone, Yeah, once I got VNC working and finally saw the WiFi Config icon I thought it would be a simple task, but si far nothing shows up in the GUI. I've run lsusb and can confirm the dongle is connected and recognized. I think I've probably messed up one of the configuration files like wpa_suookucant... the gui reports: " could not get status from wpa_supplicant"....
[3:49] <murple> shiftplusone, I understand.
[3:49] <murple> that you don't have much time and are using arch I mean...
[3:50] <shiftplusone> You can do it manually with wpa_supplicant and the debian config files.
[3:51] <murple> shiftplusone, That seems to be the approach in this tutorial: http://pingbin.com/2012/12/setup-wifi-raspberry-pi/ . I probably just screwed up the settings in that file. I'm going to try to "reset" them....
[3:51] <shiftplusone> murple, steps 4 and 5 here http://pingbin.com/2012/12/setup-wifi-raspberry-pi/
[3:51] <shiftplusone> >.>
[3:51] <murple> heh
[3:52] <shiftplusone> if you're following that tutorial, just do steps 4 and 5, then reboot. forget the gui.
[3:52] <shiftplusone> Anyway, off to Brisbane for the weekend. Take care.
[3:53] <murple> shiftplusone, Thank you so much again for your help, I really appreciate it. Have a nice trip to Brisbane.
[3:53] <shiftplusone> np and thanks
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[3:54] <Bozza> Hey all
[3:54] <Bozza> How much bandwidth do we get for our USB peripherals?
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[4:00] <beaky> http://cl.cam.ac.uk/projects/raspberrypi/tutorials/os/? has anyone checked these out?
[4:00] <beaky> an OS development tutorial on the pi :D
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[4:00] <shiftplusone> beaky, yes, it's THE tutorial for that sort of thing.
[4:01] <beaky> wow awesome
[4:01] <shiftplusone> Bozza, I don't have the numbers, but it isn't too much.
[4:02] <Bozza> shiftplusone: I am trying to make a media centre with my pi. One USB tv tuner and one usb hard disk that is constantly recording the TV stream
[4:03] <Bozza> The streams don't need to be processed. But would the pi handle theta.
[4:03] <shiftplusone> Running the TV tuner might be where the bottleneck comes from actually.
[4:03] <Bozza> that*
[4:03] <Bozza> Ouch
[4:03] <shiftplusone> Don't take my word for it though.
[4:04] <shiftplusone> Anyway, I am not really here.
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[4:06] <Bozza> shiftplusone: hehe alright . I will have a go at it tomorrow
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[4:20] <Bozza> Are there no more buses on the Broadcom chip?
[4:21] <Bozza> Or is that a secret?
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[4:41] <Datalink> okay so I have a Kinect, and a Raspberry Pi, I wonder how hard it'll be to combine these two devices
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[4:45] <semitones> hello!
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[4:46] <Bozza> LCD screens. Are they supported through the dsi connector?
[4:46] <semitones> I just bought a pi, but after installing raspberian from NOOBS, I have a blank screen.
[4:46] <semitones> What does it mean that the caps lock button blinks on my keyboard?
[4:47] <histo> Datalink: there are open source drivers for the Kinnect
[4:47] <histo> semitones: kernel panic
[4:47] <Datalink> histo, yeah, looking through that stuff now, I actually knew the guy who certified the first driver for the bounty
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[4:49] <semitones> histo, :(
[4:49] <semitones> I'll try reinstalling from NOOBS then, that could help
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[4:51] <histo> semitones: yeah sounds like something went horribly wrong
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[4:51] <histo> semitones: do you have any external devices plugged into the pi during boot? and what sort of power supply are you using?
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[4:53] <semitones> histo, I've got a wireless mouse and an imac keyboard plugged in (the keyboard doubles as a usb hub). My psu is an lg cell phone adaptor, 5.1V, 0.7A
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[4:54] <semitones> I might be able to get a wired mouse, but this is the only type of keyboard I have
[4:54] <semitones> Oh man -- I just got an error in dd installing raspberian
[4:54] <semitones> in noobs
[4:55] <semitones> something's gone wrong. I'm going to just install rasberian straight to the sd card
[4:55] <fr0g911> im about to buy a Nokia Original High-Efficiency 1200 mA should be good for the pi
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[4:57] <fr0g911> so the best sd card would be samsung right ive heard lots of people saying the transcend cards are bad
[4:59] <histo> semitones: I'd suspect you are having issues with .7A and all those peripherals... try and unplug some of them like the mouse etc.. and get a normal kb without a hub
[4:59] <histo> semitones: e.g. the voltage is dropping and creating all sorts of havok
[4:59] <semitones> ok I was afraid of that
[4:59] <semitones> I heard that you can ssh into the pi automatically if you install rasperian. I'll try that
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[5:08] <MachinaeWolf> how do you make the cpufreq setting permanent, I sudo'd it and reboot and it resets O_O
[5:10] <semitones> does raspberri pi use fat32 or fat16 on its SD card?
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[5:23] <knob> Anybody have a link to the rPi camera? I'm trying like crazy to find it in the element14.com, yet nothing
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[5:24] <steve_rox> not sure if theres a rpi camera shortage
[5:24] <knob> Yeah...
[5:24] <knob> yet even if it is, have a link?
[5:24] <knob> I can't believe google throws me there, and once there... poof... nothing
[5:24] <steve_rox> i got mine from RS
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[5:25] <knob> RS?
[5:25] <steve_rox> a electronics dealer
[5:25] <knob> got a link?
[5:26] <steve_rox> not off top my head but there is a link on the rpi homepage i thiknk
[5:26] <steve_rox> think
[5:26] <knob> No man... I... checked all over
[5:26] <knob> going crazy
[5:27] <steve_rox> its on the rpi homepage in big red RS image on the right
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[5:27] <knob> ah yes
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[5:27] <knob> I checked RS... thanks
[5:27] <knob> yet once there... camera?
[5:27] <Datalink> RS components
[5:28] <knob> All I want is a link telling me "bugger off... cameras are out of stock"
[5:28] <knob> yet I can't freaking find it!
[5:28] <pksato> need to wait for next batch
[5:28] <knob> god... link plz
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[5:29] <drivelights> from RS:
[5:29] <drivelights> �16.03
[5:29] <drivelights> Temporarily out of stock - back order for despatch 19/08/2013 http://uk.rs-online.com/web/p/video-modules/7757731/
[5:29] <knob> FTW! Beer to that man!
[5:29] <knob> Thank you! =D
[5:29] <mpmc> Wow, that's a long wait.
[5:29] <steve_rox> 12 week wait
[5:30] <steve_rox> i was lucky to get a cam it seems
[5:30] <steve_rox> one on ebay went for �92
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[5:33] <Datalink> hm, what's a cheap RTC option?
[5:34] <SpeedEvil> webcam, watch , OCR
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[5:35] <piney0> sounds like a digital rube goldberg
[5:36] <ricksl> Thats funny.
[5:36] <pksato> Datalink: getting some sample from maxim-ic :)
[5:36] <semitones> ok when you dd the wheezy image
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[5:36] <semitones> is it supposed to just be two small partitions (larger one is 1.75 GB)
[5:37] <semitones> or can I expand the ext2 partition
[5:37] <beaky> what is the best camera I can get for a pi
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[5:42] <Datalink> hm, samples from Maxim, that might work
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[5:46] <semitones> oh man it is asking me to choose locales -- i think i will ignore it for now
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[6:01] <wrea> Anyone using the mausberry switch?
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[6:21] <fr0g911> mausberry switch for power on and off?
[6:23] <fr0g911> why does it need a board? i would think you could just strip the usb wire use the power line to a power switch and back to the usb cord ?
[6:23] <fr0g911> or am i missing something
[6:23] <wrea> It actually signals the pi to shutdown before it cuts power
[6:23] <fr0g911> ohhh then thats what i was missing
[6:23] <ricksl> yeah it has a small microcontroller that waits until it fully halts before cutting power
[6:24] <fr0g911> thats pretty cool
[6:24] <fr0g911> now it needs to fit inside the box
[6:24] <semitones> hello :)
[6:25] <semitones> has anyone tried running quasselcore on raspberry pi?
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[6:26] <fr0g911> not yet
[6:26] <fr0g911> i started to when it first came out
[6:26] <fr0g911> but had other projects todo
[6:26] <fr0g911> seemed easy
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[6:27] <fr0g911> just heard alot of people talking about how bad the lag was on it
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[6:29] <fr0g911> so i went to buy a power supply a wifi card for a pi and got sucked in once again got 2 cases 2 sd cards 2 pi's 2 power supplys 2 wifi cards what is wrong with me?
[6:29] <ricksl> compulsive spender?
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[6:30] <fr0g911> yea its so bad i really didnt even want to get a power supply
[6:30] <ricksl> I bought a teensy 3.0 and I decided to splurge for headers to use with it.
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[6:30] <beaky> the raspberry pi is more powerful than the arduino
[6:31] <ricksl> Yes, this is a given
[6:31] <fr0g911> yea but what about the beaverbone or whatever
[6:31] <ricksl> beaverbone
[6:31] <fr0g911> rofl
[6:31] <beaky> beaverbone?
[6:31] <fr0g911> beaglebone
[6:31] <fr0g911> i mean
[6:32] <fr0g911> lol
[6:32] <beaky> ah
[6:32] <fr0g911> i was close
[6:32] <ricksl> I mean there have always been more powerful options than the pi, beaglebone even comes close to that pricepoint. but it is always something that puts people off.
[6:32] <beaky> yes the ppi has bigger community and suport
[6:32] <ricksl> beaglebone black (the rpi competitior) uses a graphics chip from 05
[6:32] <beaky> and it is made in the UK
[6:32] <ricksl> it doesn't do full hd.
[6:33] <beaky> all the pi competitors are made in china or in texas
[6:34] <beaky> the pi itself is the last bastion of british electronics ingenuity
[6:34] <ricksl> you are quite the poet
[6:34] <[Saint]> that's a little (rather, a lot) far fetched.
[6:34] <fr0g911> and the beaglebone cost alot more
[6:34] <beaky> the black costs only $10 more than the pi model B I think
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[6:35] <fr0g911> it goes upto 140$
[6:35] <beaky> wow that is pricey
[6:35] <fr0g911> dual core and such
[6:35] * beaky clings onto his raspberry pi
[6:35] <ricksl> thats the full beaglebone you are thinking of
[6:36] <ricksl> beagleboard*
[6:36] <[Saint]> I'm rather fond of the Odroid X2.
[6:36] <[Saint]> I started with the U2, and quickly got the X2.
[6:36] <[Saint]> Nice boards.
[6:36] <fr0g911> im gonna stick with my pi for awhile
[6:36] <fr0g911> darn it
[6:36] <fr0g911> i forgot to buy a remote for the pi
[6:37] <fr0g911> more spending
[6:37] <[Saint]> The X2 makes a *very* competant media center.
[6:37] <[Saint]> My U2 just sits on a shelf now, but, hey.
[6:38] <ricksl> Some of those android media stick pcs are pretty bad
[6:38] <[Saint]> Oh, yes. Certainly.
[6:38] <fr0g911> Odroid X2 runs very fast
[6:38] <fr0g911> looks like
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[6:38] <[Saint]> It does, yes.
[6:38] <[Saint]> It is a very capable device.
[6:38] <ricksl> I got the mk802, it was awful ended up giving it to a friend
[6:38] * [Saint] nods
[6:39] <fr0g911> where can i buy one lol
[6:39] <ricksl> problem is, they don't liscence the hardware to allow media acceleration, they just slap android ontop of it and allow the processor to do it.
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[6:39] <[Saint]> ricksl: Yes, that is a problem. But, there's enough CPU there to do it.
[6:39] <fr0g911> so your saying 1080p blurays not gonna work
[6:39] <ricksl> not with some of these allwinner devices
[6:39] <[Saint]> But you're right, HW accell would make the experience a lot better.
[6:40] <ricksl> What kind of world do we live in where moving through a menu is harder than playing blueray video
[6:41] <fr0g911> 135 bucks hmm
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[6:41] <ricksl> might give it another try though, the new ones, mark 4 have a quad core processor
[6:41] <fr0g911> * 1.7GHz Quad core ARM Cortex-A9 MPCore
[6:42] <ricksl> are there any devices floating around that use the samsung dual core A-15 processor
[6:43] <fr0g911> i think the an32-stuffed-crust from pizzahut support the samsung dual core im about to test it out now on my system i hope i wont be in the bathroom with a memory dump
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[9:07] <flufmnstr> hey yall, i got a 3x3 led matrix driven by 6 GPIO pins(multiplexed), im programing it in python and was wondering if anyone knew of a place to get pattern source code. i want at least want to see a working script to get a feel for how it should be controlled. but my google foo is failing me
[9:09] <rigid> flufmnstr: you insist on python? if C is fine for you, http://niftyled.de might be of interest
[9:09] <rigid> you just feed in pixels then
[9:11] <flufmnstr> pything is jsut what im confortable with. im down to get on learning some C though. thanks mate
[9:11] <minidino> msg alis list python
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[9:11] <minidino> oops
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[9:15] <rigid> flufmnstr: np
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[9:28] <MrSunshine> so how is rpi on playing 1080 movies etc? :)
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[9:31] <gordonDrogon> morning.
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[9:32] <gordonDrogon> MrSunshine, it's designed to play 1080p movies, etc.
[9:32] <MrSunshine> so it works good with them then? :) as its a bit of money to throw out there i want to know it will work for a mediabox =)
[9:34] <gordonDrogon> google raspbmc, xbmc, openelec, etc. ie. all the usual linux media systems.
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[9:35] <MrSunshine> hmm ok =)
[9:35] <MrSunshine> hows the heat? ... extra heatsinking etc needed ?
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[9:36] <gordonDrogon> huh?
[9:36] <gordonDrogon> you're new here, aren't you.
[9:36] <MrSunshine> heh well in this channel yes :P
[9:36] <MrSunshine> and to raspberry pi also :)
[9:37] <gordonDrogon> the Pi has been out for nearly 18 monts now. all this information is online on dozens of wikis, web site,s blogs and so on. The Pi is great for meda and doesn't need a heatsink. the best thing you can do for your Pi is buy is a good quality power supply and SD card.
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[9:38] <MrSunshine> oki =) well IRC channels usaly are easier to get answers for questions as i do not have to read page after page after page of wikis etc to find the answers i need ... and a rtfm atitude kinda puts people of... you could have shortened your sentance by half by just answering the question insted of trying to be a elitist =)
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[9:39] <gordonDrogon> at least you got an answer.
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[9:39] <MrSunshine> yep i did and thank you for that
[9:40] <gordonDrogon> but trust me on the PSU and SD card bit. Don't skimp and buy rubbish off ebay for that. 99% of all problems we see here are to do with power or the SD card.
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[9:50] <ShadowJK> "dozens of wikis" is an issue :)
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[9:58] <gwlegion> salut les gens ... y'aurait il quelqu'un qui pourrais m'aider sur un point de config d'un serveur IRCD-hybrid ?
[9:58] <beaky> hello
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[10:24] <gwlegion> personne ne peut m'aider ?
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[10:25] <beaky> all the experts are probably asleep :(
[10:26] <gwlegion> oh ... it's an english chan ... excuse me !
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[10:26] <gwlegion> may i translate my question ?
[10:27] <mgottschlag> sure
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[10:28] <gwlegion> ok ... i've installed an IRCD-hybrid server for my personnal use. I need two things : 1-disable chan creation for all
[10:29] <gwlegion> 2-by default first user connectes on a chan is operator ... i want to disable that
[10:29] <mgottschlag> I bet that question is far too specific for this channel, you'd rather want to ask in an ircd channel
[10:30] <gwlegion> i've tried ... these chan are empty or no one want to answer ...
[10:31] <lolbat> gwlegion: why on earth would you want to do that?
[10:31] <gwlegion> lolbat: it's an IRC server for my personnal use ... so i don't want new channel to be created
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[10:32] <lolbat> gwlegion: then dont create new channels
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[10:32] <gwlegion> lolbat: everyone connected on my server can create channels ...
[10:32] <lolbat> gwlegion: tell them not to
[10:32] <gwlegion> lol...
[10:33] <lolbat> why limit channel creation though?
[10:33] <gwlegion> i prefer to prevent mistakes ...
[10:33] <gwlegion> AFK 5min
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[10:38] <gwlegion> i'm back
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[10:41] <FR^2> Hmm. Seems my wlan usb stick is not very reliable. That's the reason my raspi often doesn't respond.
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[10:47] <gordonDrogon> FR^2, power issues?
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[10:49] <FR^2> gordonDrogon: I can most definitely rule that out. It doesn't matter if I attach it to the pi's usb hub directly or via a separate powered usb hub.
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[10:50] <FR^2> The bad thing is, that if that thing stops working, even initiating /etc/init.d/networking restart isn't able to re-establish the network connection
[10:50] <kai> FR^2: what chipset is it?
[10:50] <Bushmills> tried another wifi stick?
[10:51] <FR^2> I will
[10:52] <Bushmills> i had mine for a week on now, with an al-cheapo and omnipresent Ralink RT5370 chipset wlan stick
[10:52] <FR^2> this morning I wanted to use the avm stick I had at another raspi, but I need to download firmware etc. etc. etc. and I hadn't got the nerve
[10:52] <Bushmills> el-cheapo even
[10:52] <FR^2> 0bda:8178 Realtek Semiconductor Corp. RTL8192CU 802.11n WLAN Adapter
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[10:53] <Bushmills> sorry, channel can't install firmware for you
[10:53] <Bushmills> sorry to hear that
[10:53] <kai> Bushmills: that's a reply to my question, though ;)
[10:53] <gordonDrogon> maybe I ought to get a little wifi usb stick to play with this new fangled wireless thing on my Pi..
[10:54] <gordonDrogon> they're cheap enough now, arent they..
[10:54] <tig|> mine has been running stable on wifi here, lsusb shows it as : Bus 001 Device 004: ID 148f:5370 Ralink Technology, Corp. RT5370 Wireless Adapter
[10:54] <Bushmills> starting with about $2
[10:55] <Bushmills> for $5, there's plenty of choice already
[10:56] * kai just uses ethernet :)
[10:56] <tig|> I think mine was about £7
[10:56] <kai> bad wireless reception in a server rack
[10:57] <Bushmills> tig|: you fattened the dealer :)
[10:58] <tig|> Bushmills: amazon and UK pricing :<
[10:59] <Bushmills> i got mine from dx, so you surely got yours delivered more quickly
[11:00] <Bushmills> though yesterday i experienced something i thought impossible: a china order, arriving here about 24 h after shipping notice.
[11:00] <Bushmills> (europe)
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[11:11] <FR^2> Bushmills: Aaw, come on! please install the firmware for that usb stick! I demand it!!!!111 ;)
[11:12] <Bushmills> if you demand, i can't say no.
[11:13] <Bushmills> you're willing to pay my consultant fee?
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[11:16] <FR^2> Bushmills: Do you accept food or such? ^^
[11:16] <FR^2> Bushmills: No, really, I already have that avm stick running in another pi, so I just have to remember what I did to get it running
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[11:18] <Bushmills> i might consider to accept food if travel- and allowable expenses are paid in cash
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[11:25] <FR^2> Bushmills: On foot, travel expenses are minimal ;)
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[11:26] <Bushmills> yes. actual expenses. but declared expenses is independent of travelling method.
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[11:58] <fhtagn> hello, world!
[11:58] <fhtagn> silly question: do I need X/gnome/xfce/lxde wtv so I can output hdmi ? more linux related than rpi...
[11:58] <Bushmills> no such user
[11:59] <fhtagn> I have archpi, and would like to just plug a usb drive, ssh into the pi and make it output through hdmi
[11:59] <Bushmills> edit /boot/config.txt
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[11:59] <fhtagn> I will look into that file, thank you.
[11:59] <Bushmills> no need for GUI, output over HDMI works with console too
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[12:00] <mgottschlag> there is no good software for graphics though which does not need X
[12:00] <fhtagn> and I meant video, not just the console. play media.
[12:00] <histo> mgottschlag: sure there is
[12:01] <fhtagn> and i don't want mplayer to output ascii either.. ofc :P
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[12:01] <histo> fhtagn: omxplayer
[12:02] <histo> fhtagn: mplayer can output to frambuffer also no need for ascii
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[12:03] <mgottschlag> does omxplayer even have anything besides the video? like, some additional gui?
[12:03] <fhtagn> histo: thank you. "Omxplayer is a video player specifically made for the Raspberry PI's GPU made by Edgar (gimli) Hucek from the XBMC project."
[12:03] <fhtagn> nice.
[12:03] <histo> fhtagn: I believe omxplayer needs X though not sure.
[12:03] <linuxstb> mgottschlag: The "additional gui" for omxplayer is xbmc ;)
[12:04] <linuxstb> histo: No, it doesn't.
[12:04] <mgottschlag> yeah, and xbmc needs X
[12:04] <linuxstb> mgottschlag: Not the Pi
[12:04] <linuxstb> I mean not on the Pi
[12:04] <linuxstb> It just access the GPU directly.
[12:04] <mgottschlag> huh, okay
[12:04] <fhtagn> neat-o
[12:04] <fhtagn> ^^
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[12:06] <histo> fhtagn: if it access the gpu directly then that will work... If not just use mplayer with -vo fbdev or whatever
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[12:07] <fhtagn> weird, the website calls it 0mxplayer. In archlinux repos, it is called omxplayer
[12:07] <fhtagn> histo: ty
[12:07] <berryciderspider> guys should i use arch or raspbian?
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[12:09] <fhtagn> https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.raspberry.remote magical <3
[12:10] <tig|> I like raspbian as I like apt and I like my pi to be stable and just work :)
[12:10] <histo> berryciderspider: what's your level of linux experience?
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[12:56] <fhtagn> omxplayers works =D the sound is sketchy.. maybe from my x-files .avi xD
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[12:56] <fhtagn> now i need to clean the tty and try with a nice file
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[13:06] <fhtagn> this file http://download.dolby.com/Content_Download/channelcheck-small.mp4 stutters quite a lot... =/
[13:06] <FR^2> etc-up
[13:06] <FR^2> ups
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[14:08] <BCMM> how do i get the pi to boot from an initramfs that is not part of the kernel image?
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[14:21] <abrkn> I'm working on my first Raspberry PI project, controlling a 32x32 LED matrix using the GPIO. I'm struggling quite badly to understand how to connect which pi gpio pin to which led matrix input pin. There seems to be quite a few naming and numbering schemes, none of which are working for me. Anyone with some experience care to point me in the right direction?
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[14:26] <SirSkidmore> this may be a really stupid idea, but my rPi just showed up but my work machine doesn't have an SD card reader. Could I use my phone's SD slot?
[14:26] <abrkn> SirSkidmore: to do what?
[14:27] <SirSkidmore> put raspbian on it
[14:27] <SirSkidmore> like use my phone as an SD card reader
[14:27] <abrkn> i highly doubt that
[14:27] <SirSkidmore> shoot
[14:27] <SirSkidmore> just an idea
[14:27] <abrkn> but you may aswell google about for a few minutes, see if someone has made something
[14:27] <SirSkidmore> Now it's going to be sitting on my desk all day taunting me
[14:27] <abrkn> assuming you have android or jailbreaking
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[14:29] <pronto> https://pronto185.com/networkx/raspberrypi.png
[14:29] <SirSkidmore> pronto: that's kind of neat!
[14:29] <pronto> \o/
[14:30] <pronto> its who highlights who
[14:30] <SirSkidmore> yeah
[14:30] <pronto> last 1000 lines of chat
[14:30] <SirSkidmore> that's really cool :)
[14:30] <abrkn> i take it no gpio hackers here? :|
[14:30] <pronto> https://pronto185.com/out2.png if you do to many , its...yell...yeah
[14:31] <SirSkidmore> pronto: mg god
[14:31] <SirSkidmore> s/mg/my/
[14:31] <SirSkidmore> do you have a script that does that?
[14:31] <SirSkidmore> abrkn: no, sorry :/
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[14:31] <SirSkidmore> I bought mine for OS experimentation
[14:31] <pronto> SirSkidmore: yep, playing around with networkx http://networkx.github.io/ and irc logs make great datasets for things
[14:32] <pronto> and um, lets say its running on my rpi(its not) to be relevent to [things]
[14:32] <malcom2073> What would be awesome, is an automatically generated one
[14:33] <pronto> cronjob!
[14:33] <malcom2073> And generate a html page, not an imge
[14:33] <pronto> lol
[14:33] <malcom2073> :P
[14:33] <pronto> ah
[14:33] <pronto> js
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[14:33] <pronto> networkx <can> do that
[14:33] <pronto> i just dunno how
[14:33] <malcom2073> Yeah
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[14:33] <pronto> the example they have for the 'force' output which is something to do with JS doesnt seem to work for me
[14:33] <pronto> or <more likely> user error
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[14:34] <pronto> http://networkx.github.io/documentation/latest/examples/javascript/force.html
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[14:39] <malcom2073> Interesting
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[14:45] <gordonDrogon> abrkn, got a solution yet?
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[15:46] <Eduard_Munteanu> Is there a keyword thats useful when lookin up suitable USB cables?
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[15:47] <netman87> they are all same anyways?
[15:47] <Eduard_Munteanu> I wonder if looking for USB 3 cables does.
[15:48] <Eduard_Munteanu> netman87: hm, that sucks
[15:48] <netman87> microusb connector in one end and normal usb if you want to power your pi from computer
[15:48] <setkeh> Hey guys my rpi wont boot when i plug in my power supply the pwr led comes on but thats all i tried unplugging everything i have also reformatted, zero wiped then frommated my SDcard any idea's ??
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[15:48] <Eduard_Munteanu> netman87: that's not the issue, I'm concerned about current rating
[15:48] <IT_Sean> setkeh: did you write the OS image to the card?
[15:49] <setkeh> IT_Sean: yeah ofc :D
[15:49] <netman87> Eduard_Munteanu, well cable should not be problem for speed
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[15:49] <netman87> setkeh, how did you write it to your memory card?
[15:49] <Eduard_Munteanu> netman87: if it can't deliver 1A at >4.75V, it might be
[15:49] <setkeh> netman87: i just said i did
[15:50] <netman87> HOW
[15:50] <piney0> Eduard_Munteanu, some USB cables have larger wires than others, is that what you are talking about?
[15:50] <Eduard_Munteanu> piney0: yes, I was considering looking for figures on AWG
[15:50] <piney0> yes, exactly
[15:50] <IT_Sean> setkeh: what command did you use to write the image?
[15:50] <setkeh> i also have 5v @ 800MA my PSU can go upto 2A
[15:51] <IT_Sean> 'cause it sounds like it can't find the OS.
[15:51] <Eduard_Munteanu> Is there some other indicator of good AWG? The issue is they don't really give wire diameter on many websites.
[15:51] <setkeh> IT_Sean: i use windows diskimaget my sdcard slot on my linux machines is a bit bung i had to intall windows on an olde lappy for it XD
[15:52] <Eduard_Munteanu> I don't even know if it says so on the package, assuming USB2.0 only cares about 500mA tops.
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[15:52] <Eduard_Munteanu> Mind, I'm looking to buy stuff, not make it.
[15:53] <piney0> Eduard_Munteanu, http://www.monoprice.com/products/product.asp?c_id=103&cp_id=10303&cs_id=1030307&p_id=8641&seq=1&format=2
[15:53] <piney0> 28/24 gauge seems to be the larger ones
[15:53] <Eduard_Munteanu> 28 is too thin
[15:53] <setkeh> IT_Sean: i also tried running normally i also tried right click and rin as administrator
[15:53] <piney0> 28 is the data lines, they can be super thin
[15:54] <Eduard_Munteanu> Oh.
[15:54] <piney0> 24 is the power lines
[15:54] <setkeh> IT_Sean: i alsao zero wiped the card
[15:54] <IT_Sean> setkeh: sorry. Not familiar with that particular tool.
[15:54] <IT_Sean> But, it sounds like the raspi cannot find the OS for some reason.
[15:54] <setkeh> IT_Sean: its the on mentiond on the foundation website
[15:54] <IT_Sean> Do you get ANYTHING on video?
[15:54] <setkeh> IT_Sean: no not even the colored lines thta normally come up on boot
[15:55] <IT_Sean> It's def'nitly not seeing the OS then.
[15:55] <Eduard_Munteanu> piney0: I guess I could buy from major online stores, I was wondering if there was something else I could ask for in a normal shop around here.
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[15:55] <Eduard_Munteanu> E.g. USB3 for 900mA (but I don't know if that works for USB2 devices)
[15:55] <piney0> you can look for awg, typically if they are a thicker cable, they would want to advertize it on the packaging IMO
[15:56] <Eduard_Munteanu> I guess so.
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[15:56] <piney0> the wire might even say right on the jacket the awg
[15:56] <Eduard_Munteanu> Oh, hm.
[15:56] <setkeh> IT_Sean: is there an image with just the bootloader and code for the PI ?? (thats all i really need) because i have my actuall OS on a laptop HDD connected to the PI
[15:57] * IT_Sean shrugs
[15:57] <IT_Sean> I've never heard of a prepakaged one
[15:58] <setkeh> ahh np then ill just try again on one of my linux machines with sdcard them :/ thanks IT_Sean
[15:58] <IT_Sean> Np
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[15:59] <inDUx1> Hey all! How are you?
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[16:00] <knob> inDUx1, good! Morning
[16:00] <knob> How you doing over there?
[16:00] <inDUx1> relaxing at work. It's surprisingly chill
[16:01] <inDUx1> what about you?
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[16:10] <zproc> hello
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[16:11] <zproc> it's the second server/service now that i have a "cannot assign requested address"
[16:12] <Bushmills> i just notice that raspberry is also supported by recent versions (maybe just trunk snapshots) of openwrt - which may be useful for the folks asking about suitability as home router
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[16:14] <chithead> current openwrt release supports it. but the hardware limits its usefulness, not the software
[16:16] <Bushmills> were raspberrie entirely unsuited, there'd be no port
[16:16] <Bushmills> limits may exist. there are always limits.
[16:16] <chithead> it is not very suitable as a router. but it is suitable for other purposes
[16:16] <kai> I've used first gen beagle boards as network file servers, people do stuff just because :)
[16:17] <Bushmills> cubieboard as network server, because of its S-ATA port here.
[16:17] <Bushmills> file server
[16:18] <kai> is that real sata, or sata via usb as the trimslice has? :)
[16:18] <Bushmills> real sata
[16:19] <kai> nice
[16:19] <Bushmills> main reason why i got me one :)
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[16:21] <kai> too bad that didn't exist when I got most of my embedded zoo
[16:22] <chithead> even some marvell kirkwood have sata (e.g. seagate goflex)
[16:23] <kai> I had a hawkboard at some point, but that hardware was plain broken
[16:23] <kai> but arguably I'm pretty ok with the performance I'm getting at the moment
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[16:24] <kai> if the board only has 100 MbE, 480 Mb/sec USB2 does a pretty good job
[16:24] <kai> and even on the sheevaplug and dockstar (arguably almost the same systems), the GbE isn't exactly server level
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[16:26] <kai> but probably an item for the shopping list once the $SO decides to get a new pair of shoes... :)
[16:26] <kai> we have a deal there ;)
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[16:29] <Bushmills> price of those devices is rather good, i think.
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[16:30] <pronto> https://pronto185.com/networkx/raspberrypi.png :D (youmight need to ctrl f5_
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[16:31] * Firehopper yawns and drools over the udoo
[16:32] * IT_Sean gives Firehopper a mop
[16:32] <IT_Sean> dude... you are getting drool everywhere. :/
[16:32] * Firehopper grins
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[16:34] <Bushmills> there's a dual core version out now
[16:34] <Bushmills> not much use as file server. but for application as desktop computer, that's helpful
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[16:44] <LordDoskias> what
[16:45] <LordDoskias> a duo core rpi?
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[16:46] <chithead> no, a dual core udoo
[16:47] <IT_Sean> LordDoskias: There are no multicore raspis
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[16:47] <LordDoskias> just opened xchat and saw Bushmills' last lines :D
[16:48] <Bushmills> yeah, a bit off topic for this channel
[16:48] <IT_Sean> s'all good
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[16:48] <donta> does anyone in here sell raspberrypis in the usa?
[16:50] <chithead> in here I don't know. but you can buy them from amazon
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[16:51] <donta> chithead: yeah, that's where I bought my first... I have a marketing idea if anyone in here was selling though
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[16:54] <tero> any ideas where can i buy the camera module before august?
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[17:00] <tig|> tero: if it is out of stock at RS and Farnell then a few of the resellers might have stock
[17:00] <tig|> I think some were available on amazon
[17:00] <tig|> tero: also I suppose it depends where you are based in the world :)
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[17:09] <arcanescu> how do ui find out how much space i have left on the pi?
[17:10] <ShorTie> df
[17:10] <ShorTie> or i like pydf
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[17:13] <flibble> df -h
[17:13] <flibble> and then it prints it 'human readable' (good units)
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[17:19] <zproc> asking again i have a server/daemon that can't start and this error "ccnet_net_bind_v4: Bind error: Cannot assign requested address" and just installed prosody (xmpp server/service) and i have a similar error (tho i can connect my jabber client to the server so it works), what could be the cause of this error? what i should check?
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[17:22] <Weeman89> i have a massive question to ask.
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[17:23] <Weeman89> RaspBMC or OpenELEC
[17:24] <IT_Sean> OpenELEC
[17:25] <sraue> OpenELEC
[17:25] <inDUx1> why/
[17:25] <inDUx1> just curious I've had little problems with RaspBMC
[17:27] <IT_Sean> less bloat. runs more smoothly.
[17:27] <IT_Sean> If you JUST want xbmc, OpenELEC is the way to go, imo.
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[17:33] <arcanescu> the file asound.conf.disabled in /etc/ implies it is a disabled config file?
[17:33] <arcanescu> or is it still in use?
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[18:03] <Mothership> hi
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[18:08] <zproc> i have this problem again, freeze while apt-get upgrade while doing things involving the boot partition and after several dpkg -configure -a and serveral freeze, the boot partition is lost again :(
[18:08] <zproc> if anyone wants to see the errors http://www.raspberrypi.org/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?uid=33540&f=65&t=48353&start=0
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[18:10] <pronto> ah yes, i see your issue
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[18:10] <pronto> the words are not english!
[18:10] <zproc> i know, but i said mostly the same thing :p
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[18:10] <zproc> there are the errors tho, but even with in french i don't undestand what it's doing, it doesn't make sense
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[18:11] <zproc> -with
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[18:11] <zproc> i mean the operations writing in french by apt-get/dpkg don't have any sense…
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[18:11] <zproc> i guess it's badly translated...
[18:11] <ShorTie> You May want to use Raspi-config to set it , did you try that ??
[18:11] <zproc> written*
[18:12] <zproc> what should i set with raspi-config?
[18:12] <zproc> i only tried to reset the overclock and it freezed with the second error
[18:12] <zproc> (on my post)
[18:13] <zproc> i'm gonna see if my other raspbian is up to date, upgrade if needed and then replace the boot partition, see if i can set up the memory split?
[18:14] <ShorTie> maybe your overclock stuff
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[18:14] <niddam99> I need to get read access to a hard disk with UFS filesystem. mod UFS is not in the kernel. any chance to do this without kernel recompile?
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[18:16] <rstrt> Does anyone have any experience with Motion? I have it set to run on boot and the daemon does start, but it doesn't work unless I manually ssh in and run motion.
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[18:41] <nerdboy> niddam99: which distro/kernel?
[18:42] <nerdboy> did you check the config and confirm it's disabled?
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[18:49] <arcanescu> is it possible to rm /var/swap and create a new one instead of it named swap?
[18:49] <arcanescu> i tried it and created a swap like: dd if=/dev/zero of=swap bs=1M count=1024
[18:49] <arcanescu> the swap im getting is 100M not 1gig
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[18:50] <nerdboy> did you swapoff first?
[18:50] <arcanescu> yes
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[18:51] <nerdboy> try making a new one with a different name
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[18:52] <nerdboy> if your kernel has zram enabled you could get rid of the swapfile and use zram swap
[18:53] <nerdboy> it's *much* faster than swap on the sdcard...
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[18:54] <vasundhar> Can I power on Raspberry Pi B with USB adapter of apple iPhone ?
[18:54] <arcanescu> nerdboy hmmm ill try
[18:55] <niddam99> nerdboy: raspbian wheezy, have tried modprobe to check for UFS module
[18:56] <nerdboy> niddam99: is there a config.gz under proc on wheezy?
[18:56] <IT_Sean> vasundhar: No.
[18:56] <IT_Sean> The iPhone adapter will not work (i tried it)
[18:57] <alpha1125> vasundhar you could, but I hear that marshmallow is not reliable.
[18:57] <IT_Sean> You will need something a bit beefier. I've had luck with a 1st gen iPad adapter, or a Nexus 4 adapter.
[18:57] <niddam99> nerdboy: yep, it is
[18:57] <nerdboy> niddam99: if so, try "zcat /proc/config.gz | grep UFS
[18:57] <nerdboy> or just cat /proc/filesystems
[18:58] <niddam99> nerdboy: # CONFIG_UFS_FS is not set
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[18:58] <nerdboy> then you'll need to rebuild the kernel...
[18:58] <niddam99> nerdboy: no chance via fuse?
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[18:59] <nerdboy> is there a fuse module for that?
[18:59] <niddam99> haven't found one yet
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[19:01] <alpha1125> http://bitcoin.stackexchange.com/questions/8383/why-might-multibit-not-show-a-transaction-that-was-sent-to-me solved my issue
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[19:03] <nerdboy> niddam99: how did you end up with a UFS hard disk?
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[19:03] <nerdboy> i thought that was only for cd mdeia...
[19:04] <niddam99> nerdboy: the disk was running under FreeBSD on my server, now I want it to connect to the pi, save the data and reformat to ext4
[19:05] <niddam99> nerdboy: but if kernel recompile is the only possibility then i rather reconnect it to the FreeBSD machine and do the backup there
[19:08] <alpha1125> wrong chat window oops.
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[19:53] <bts__> hello, how to enforce linux to give me control of 16th gpio pin? after 'export 16 > /sys/class/gpio/export" it says, that's busy
[19:53] <bts__> I would want to much to make led blinking... (:
[19:54] <bts__> *so
[19:55] <KanjiMonster> if it's busy that means a driver has claimed it/is using it
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[19:57] <bts__> oh, found a solution: rmmod leds_gpio. thanks. ;)
[19:58] <KanjiMonster> bts__: ugh.. if leds_gpio has it, why not just use /sys/class/leds/<led> ?
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[20:01] <bts__> there is no interface like that
[20:02] <KanjiMonster> how about /sys/devices/platform/leds-gpio/leds ? (assuming you have leds-gpio loaded)
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[20:02] <nerdboy> even yocto enables /sys/class/leds/led0 ...
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[20:10] <yano> if i install raspbian on to a jump drive, can i boot a raspberry pi from the usb drive?
[20:10] <bts__> KanjiMonster, there is nothing useful neither; and yes, it's loaded now
[20:10] <ozzzy> yano... no
[20:11] <yano> drats, so i must use an sd card?
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[20:11] <IT_Sean> You need an SD card
[20:11] <yano> crap
[20:11] <IT_Sean> You can only boot off an SD card.
[20:11] <yano> of all the things i don't have lying around
[20:12] <nerdboy> yano: are you trying to get rid of the sdcard entirely?
[20:12] <pksato> Yen: yes, SD is one way to load RPi firmware and firt one of stage of os loader.
[20:12] <IT_Sean> You can then pass the boot off to another device, but, you need to START with an SD card each time you turn the Pi on
[20:12] <yano> i don't have an sd card handy, but only a jump drive
[20:12] <IT_Sean> you need an SD card. Sorry.
[20:12] <yano> alrighty
[20:12] * yano goes searching
[20:12] <nerdboy> small ones are cheap
[20:13] <nerdboy> then there's the weekly sale items at bestbuy/office-*/staples
[20:13] <pksato> go to near grocery and buy one.
[20:14] <nerdboy> got a 32 GB flash drive at target a few weeks ago for $19 or so
[20:15] <nerdboy> they should have sdcards...
[20:17] <nerdboy> i guess a dipswitch for the boot device would add to the cost...
[20:17] <nerdboy> that's one nice thing about some of the TI boards with multiple interfaces
[20:18] <IT_Sean> the raspi was designed to be as simeple, and thus inexpensive to manufacture, as possible.
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[20:18] <IT_Sean> It is not technically necessary to have an alternate boot selector
[20:18] <nerdboy> except in this case we still have to boot the kernel from NAND and load the rootfs off the sata interface
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[20:19] <nerdboy> the dipswitch lets you boot first off sdcard or nand
[20:19] <IT_Sean> the raspi does not offer that feature.
[20:19] <nerdboy> nope
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[20:19] <IT_Sean> it would add complexity to the board, thus increasing cost, with little benefit to it's target audience.
[20:19] <IT_Sean> Us geeky hacker types are NOT the target audience
[20:20] <pksato> and, lots of people coming here asking: that is jtag?
[20:21] <nerdboy> you can, however, load the kernel from the sdcard and pass a usb disk as the root device
[20:22] * nerdboy remembers the old kurobox hack using loader.o to jump to another kernel on the hard disk
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[20:32] <gordonDrogon> bts__, did you get a solution?
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[21:20] * ShorTie stoops around, where's my little brown truck .. :/~
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[21:25] <gordonDrogon> ?
[21:26] <ShorTie> UPS
[21:26] <ShorTie> United Parcel Services
[21:26] <SwK> lol
[21:27] <ShorTie> the guy bringing me my 2 new rPi and other goodies
[21:27] <SwK> ShorTie: if your UPS driver is anything like mine, I'm expecting a package today, but he'll be here sometime between now and 8PM
[21:27] <bts__> gordonDrogon: yes, even two solutions... via linux gpio drivers and libbcm2835
[21:27] <ShorTie> ya, normally comes around 6
[21:28] <bts__> :)
[21:28] <ShorTie> but it's raining, so he might be early
[21:28] <ShorTie> lol
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[21:31] <gordonDrogon> bts__, ah, I was going to suggest wiringPi :)
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[21:46] <gryphraff> wrong window, sorry
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[21:54] <gordonDrogon> quite.
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[22:01] <Gadget-Mac> gordonDrogon: You around ?
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[22:04] <bts__> gordonDrogon: checked it and its API looks pretty simple (good work!:)), but as for the single led example, how have you calculated the resistance?
[22:05] <bts__> supposing that current should be about 20mA and voltage on the diode ~2V it seems that resistance should be 65ohm, where's my mistake?
[22:05] <gordonDrogon> Gadget-Mac, What Ho!
[22:05] <gordonDrogon> bts__, Hi - the single LED on the tuxx pages?
[22:06] <bts__> yep
[22:06] <gordonDrogon> bts__, I have a rough guide for LEDs - which is for 'normal' LEDS (ie. most red/green ones) you multiply the voltage by 100 - so 3.3v -> 330Ω
[22:06] <gordonDrogon> let me check what I used :)
[22:07] <Gadget-Mac> gordonDrogon: Wondering about porting arduino code to wiringPi
[22:07] <gordonDrogon> bts__, 270Ω - close :)
[22:07] <Gadget-Mac> mainly https://github.com/adafruit/Adafruit-MAX31855-library
[22:07] <gordonDrogon> Gadget-Mac, what libraries are you thinking of?
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[22:08] <Gadget-Mac> I know it's been done in python, but want to do PID control
[22:08] <gordonDrogon> Gadget-Mac, looks pretty trivial.
[22:08] <Gadget-Mac> Well I've got it working in python, so easy enough to test
[22:09] <gordonDrogon> Gadget-Mac, if you look at the code for anothe SPI peripheral - e.g. (looks)
[22:09] <JakeSays> ricksl: hey you sent my box yet?
[22:10] <gordonDrogon> mcp2003.c in wiringPi - then re-write it round that as an example. You can then just use analogRead (n) ;
[22:11] <Gadget-Mac> gordonDrogon: Ok I'll take a look.
[22:11] <gordonDrogon> bts__, yes - 68 ohms for a vF of 20ma - but the Pi can only source/sink 15mA max on a GPIO pin, so you need to take that into account.
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[22:12] <gordonDrogon> bts__, 270Ω allows for a maximum current of 12mA - will be less in practice, but more than enough to light most ordinary LEDs and provide protection to the Pi's GPIO drivers should the LED short circuit (unlikely, but...)
[22:14] <gordonDrogon> Gadget-Mac, they're not too expensive - I might buy one next time I'm ordering stuff from skpang.
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[22:14] <Gadget-Mac> gordonDrogon: Good fun. Hoping to roll a reflow oven
[22:15] <gordonDrogon> Gadget-Mac, neat! is the response fast enough of the thermocouple?
[22:15] <Gadget-Mac> No idea. only one way to find out
[22:16] <gordonDrogon> The cooking ones I have seem relatively slow, but it might just be the metal probes covering the thermocouples.
[22:17] <Gadget-Mac> Well here's a plot of the oven warming up without any control
[22:17] <Gadget-Mac> https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/6014682/Screen%20shot%202013-06-25%20at%2020.15.28.png
[22:17] <gordonDrogon> is X seconds?
[22:17] <Gadget-Mac> yup
[22:17] <Gadget-Mac> y = temp in C
[22:18] <gordonDrogon> pretty constant rise from 150 to 250 - is it fan cooled?
[22:18] <Gadget-Mac> Nope no cooling
[22:18] <gordonDrogon> ok, just opened the door, I guess.
[22:18] <Gadget-Mac> Yes, sorry
[22:18] <gordonDrogon> :)
[22:18] <gordonDrogon> can't you do PID in Python?
[22:19] <Gadget-Mac> Probably.
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[22:19] <Gadget-Mac> Hmm. no mcp2003.c ?
[22:19] <gordonDrogon> easy in C :)
[22:19] <Gadget-Mac> Exactly.
[22:19] <gordonDrogon> what vrsion of wiringPi do you have? (gpio -v)
[22:19] <Gadget-Mac> Just looking in the latest snapshot
[22:20] <gordonDrogon> should ve 2.xx
[22:20] <Gadget-Mac> Hold on lets install the latest
[22:20] <ricksl> JakeSays I just got back from putting it in the post
[22:20] <gordonDrogon> do a git pull ; ./build
[22:20] <ricksl> I put an arduino, raspberry pi ribbon cable, some breadboard jumper wires, mini breadboard and 4 raspberry pi logo stickers
[22:21] <ricksl> oh and that battery holder
[22:21] <gordonDrogon> ricksl, should like a nice set of bits ;-)
[22:21] <ricksl> What what?
[22:21] <ricksl> oh and ParkerR your letter is in the post as well.
[22:22] <gordonDrogon> ricksl, the stuff you're sending JakeSays :)
[22:22] <gordonDrogon> or maybe you meant to DM it...
[22:22] <ricksl> yeah it was some stuff I had laying around and wasn't using
[22:22] <JakeSays> ricksl: dang. thought of something you could add :)
[22:22] <Gadget-Mac> gpio version: 2.07
[22:22] <gordonDrogon> Gadget-Mac, that's the natest now - look in wiringPi for mcp3002.c
[22:23] <gordonDrogon> my typing is weak tonight.
[22:23] <ricksl> you are just insatiable
[22:23] <ricksl> :P
[22:23] <JakeSays> ricksl: lol indeed.
[22:23] <Gadget-Mac> root@berry:~/wiringPi# find mcp3002.c
[22:23] <Gadget-Mac> find: `mcp3002.c': No such file or directory
[22:23] <ricksl> yeah i rode my bike to the local office about a mile or so up the road
[22:24] <ricksl> what were you thinking of jaeckel
[22:24] <ricksl> JakeSays
[22:24] <ricksl> sorry ignore than jaeckel
[22:24] <Gadget-Mac> gordonDrogon: got it
[22:24] <JakeSays> ricksl: two p-channel mosfet's
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[22:25] <gordonDrogon> gordon @ pi2: find . -name mcp3002.c
[22:25] <gordonDrogon> ./wiringPi/wiringPi/mcp3002.c
[22:25] <ricksl> SOrry to dissapoint but I don't have any of those
[22:25] <JakeSays> ricksl: hey and thanks for sending it :)
[22:25] <ricksl> wanting them for the motor driver?
[22:25] <JakeSays> yup
[22:25] <Gadget-Mac> Yeah, poor linux skilz tonight
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[22:25] <gordonDrogon> goes with my typing :)
[22:25] <ricksl> no problem, just know i will look to you if i ever need help with software
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[22:25] <Gadget-Mac> Sometimes after a day at work the brain shutsdown
[22:26] <ricksl> cause I am a better with electrical not so much computers
[22:26] <JakeSays> ricksl: its actually ok though - i'd like to find a good stepper motor driver that i can interface with the pi
[22:26] <JakeSays> TI has a couple
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[22:27] <JakeSays> this 3d chassis i have has some pretty decent steppers on it. .9deg full step, and with the right driver i should be able to do 32 micro-steps
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[22:27] <JakeSays> which should make for a decent enough 3d printer resolution
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[22:28] <gordonDrogon> Gadget-Mac, that code might be somewhat confisung, but the setup function adds a new node into the wiringPi dev tree and the analogRead code is the code executed when you analogRead (n) ;
[22:28] <Gadget-Mac> ok
[22:29] <gordonDrogon> Gadget-Mac, if you give me hanf an hour I'll give it a go blind, the nyou can test it :)
[22:29] <Gadget-Mac> I'm games.
[22:29] <Gadget-Mac> game even
[22:30] <Gadget-Mac> Nice to have another string in the wiringPi bow
[22:30] <ricksl> still on this 3d printer thing are ya jake?
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[22:33] <JakeSays> ricksl: oh ya. more than ever.
[22:34] <JakeSays> 3d printing is pretty much the only technology these days that really excites me
[22:34] <ricksl> and you are dead set on getting the pi to run it huh
[22:34] <JakeSays> of course!
[22:34] <ricksl> fair enough
[22:35] <ricksl> how about if you get it working then if i need something printed i send to file to you
[22:35] <JakeSays> although the pi doesnt necessarily have to drive the motors directly. i was thinking of using teensy's for that
[22:35] <JakeSays> ricksl: deal!
[22:35] <ricksl> that is a bit more sound I think.
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[22:35] <JakeSays> one can never have too many microcontrollers on a project
[22:36] <ricksl> Yeah I want to buy a 3d printer, or a kit or something but my parents aren't letting me, telling me that I would rather save my money for college
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[22:38] <ricksl> ya know what gets me jake, about the teensy 3.0, the chip is made on a 100nm process, thats a finer process than the core2 duo
[22:38] <ricksl> no wait thats not right
[22:38] <Firehopper> bigger than the core 2 duo
[22:39] <ricksl> it was the first pentiums
[22:39] <JakeSays> lol
[22:39] <ricksl> yeah it is actually a smaller process than a pentium4 made in 2002
[22:40] <JakeSays> just think how teensy the teensy would be if it was on 22nm nodes
[22:40] <Firehopper> :>
[22:40] <ricksl> would probably only be good for signaling
[22:41] <ricksl> couldn't pass much current at that size
[22:41] <JakeSays> ah good point
[22:42] <ricksl> so have you ordered anything from the internet yet?
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[22:42] <JakeSays> two nano wifi dongles
[22:42] <ricksl> oooo
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[22:43] <JakeSays> i need to find a proper stepper driver first
[22:44] <ricksl> oh i got a tracking number for the package btw.
[22:44] <JakeSays> ah cool. pm it?
[22:44] <ricksl> but I am not sure if I should give it to you or not, you might break the site refreshing the page
[22:44] <JakeSays> LOL
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[22:53] <KiltedPi> Anyone familiar with RF jamming?
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[22:53] <KiltedPi> I wonder about how much power you need
[22:53] <KiltedPi> to block 3G wireless
[22:53] <KiltedPi> :)
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[22:54] <gordonDrogon> Gadget-Mac, stil there?
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[22:54] <Gadget-Mac> Yup
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[22:55] <gordonDrogon> Ah. hang on - just found a compile bug on the Pi
[22:55] <gordonDrogon> hang in there. odd.
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[22:56] <IT_Sean> KiltedPi: In the united states, willfully interfering with cellular connections is very illegal.
[22:56] <IT_Sean> at least, via active jamming.
[22:57] <IT_Sean> That said, i will answer your question. Not much. I will say no more however.
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[22:58] <gordonDrogon> Gadget-Mac, ok - go a git pull.
[22:58] <gordonDrogon> then ./build
[22:58] <chithead> if you understand a bit of the protocol, you need not much power. 2g is even easier, you only need to be near one base station
[22:58] <ricksl> how good are you at etching your own pcbs and smd soldering? KiltedPi http://www.ladyada.net/make/wavebubble/
[22:58] <Gadget-Mac> gordonDrogon: compiling
[22:59] <KiltedPi> oooo
[22:59] <Gadget-Mac> ok done, no errors
[22:59] <JakeSays> man, i havent edched a pcb in eons
[22:59] <JakeSays> *etched
[22:59] <gordonDrogon> once it's installed, try: gpio -x max31855:100:0 aread 100
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[22:59] <KiltedPi> I tried teaching myself how to use eagle
[22:59] <KiltedPi> And then sent away copies to a printing place.
[22:59] <gordonDrogon> KiltedPi, I'm about to try that myself...
[22:59] <KiltedPi> But they never even responded
[22:59] <ricksl> I would honestly just rather send the designs off somewhere and the stenciling
[22:59] <KiltedPi> :(
[22:59] <Gadget-Mac> gordonDrogon: root@berry:~/wiringPi# gpio -x max31855:100:0 aread 100
[22:59] <Gadget-Mac> 5
[22:59] <ricksl> you can etch now using very very fine cnc machines
[23:00] <gordonDrogon> divide it by 4 to read C.
[23:00] <chithead> KiltedPi: http://events.ccc.de/congress/2012/Fahrplan/events/5216.en.html here it is described in detail
[23:00] <gordonDrogon> however 1.25C seems a bit low...
[23:00] <JakeSays> ricksl: i was going to build a pcb etching machine with this 3d chassis
[23:00] <KiltedPi> I found it quite good, apart from when I got to the point of actually putting in the requirements to the printing place
[23:00] <gordonDrogon> at least it read something though.
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[23:01] <ricksl> let me see if I can find the kickstarter
[23:01] <gordonDrogon> try: gpio -x max31855:100:0 aread 101
[23:01] <gordonDrogon> channel 0 is the temp in C, channel 1 is the error bits (bottom 3 bits)
[23:01] <ricksl> there was one designed around a cnc fine enough for pcb
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[23:01] <Gadget-Mac> ok python is reading 20.25,21.0625 as 'hot' and 'ref'
[23:01] <KiltedPi> max318355 seems familiar, is that a thermistor?
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[23:02] <gordonDrogon> KiltedPi, yes- same as you were using, I think.
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[23:02] <KiltedPi> Yay!
[23:02] <Gadget-Mac> hmmmm.
[23:02] <KiltedPi> Fun!
[23:02] <Gadget-Mac> root@berry:~/wiringPi# gpio -x max31855:100:0 aread 101
[23:02] <Gadget-Mac> 1
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[23:02] <KiltedPi> Easy to interface in SPI with your library Gordon!
[23:02] <KiltedPi> I tried some python driver for it at first.- too hard.
[23:02] <gordonDrogon> ok - I'm trying to integrate it into wiringpi so you can use the analogRead functions.
[23:02] <Gadget-Mac> Got python working here KiltedPi
[23:03] <Gadget-Mac> gordonDrogon: would be really cool
[23:03] <KiltedPi> The python driver for it?
[23:03] <gordonDrogon> this will need debugging now - trouble is its hard to do 'blind' as it were.
[23:03] <KiltedPi> Neat
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[23:03] <KiltedPi> I generated some god awful error
[23:03] <KiltedPi> So I gave up on it.
[23:03] <Gadget-Mac> gordonDrogon: can probably sort something out
[23:03] <gordonDrogon> but do feel free to have a go - first thing I'd do is edit the max...c file and prinf ("0x%08X\n", spiData);
[23:04] <gordonDrogon> it might be an endian issue.
[23:04] <gordonDrogon> but you should be able to see the code from the adafruit driver, or your own python on.
[23:04] <ricksl> http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/otherfab/the-othermill-custom-circuits-at-your-fingertips
[23:04] <KiltedPi> Its UTF in the datasheet i think
[23:04] <ricksl> found it!
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[23:04] <KiltedPi> In fact.
[23:04] <Gadget-Mac> gordonDrogon: ok
[23:05] <KiltedPi> Its just a hex address you read and write to in that thermocouple
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[23:06] <gordonDrogon> KiltedPi, if you want to share your code..
[23:06] <gordonDrogon> KiltedPi, or grab thelatest wiringPi and adapt it?
[23:06] <gordonDrogon> I don't have the hardware, so just working blind here & making it up as I go along :)
[23:07] <KiltedPi> I wouldn't want to mess with your code
[23:07] <KiltedPi> :)
[23:07] <KiltedPi> I'm playing with my pi tommorow however
[23:07] <KiltedPi> rain check?
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[23:07] <gordonDrogon> whatever.
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[23:10] <ricksl> gordonDrogon do you know of any sample i2c code for using the nunchuck or wii classic controller
[23:11] <gbaman> rick1 what about using bluetooth?
[23:12] <gordonDrogon> ricksl, never used them before, so not really I'm afraid
[23:12] <ricksl> Its all good, it seems as thoug hteir use is scarce
[23:12] <ricksl> their*
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[23:13] <ricksl> which is a shame, its low cost, has an analog input and two buttons as well as an accelerometer.
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[23:14] <gbaman> ricksl, what yoy trying to do?
[23:14] <Gadget-Mac> gordonDrogon: Ok, so where do I stick that printf ?
[23:14] <Firehopper> ricksl, it has 2 analog :)
[23:14] <Firehopper> the classic controller has 4 analog
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[23:14] <gordonDrogon> Gadget-Mac, right after the wiringPiSPIDataRW line.
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[23:15] <ricksl> the wii nunchuck? or are you talking about how its z button or whatever is on a track
[23:15] <Firehopper> ricksl, see how arduinos are interfacing to the nunchuck
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[23:15] <Firehopper> the nuncuck has a 2 axis thumb stick
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[23:15] <Firehopper> so thats 2 analog inputs
[23:16] <ricksl> gettin big on me are ya?
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[23:18] <Firehopper> not really
[23:18] <Firehopper> from what I remember its i2c between the nunchuck and the wiimote
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[23:24] <KiltedPi> Wow
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[23:24] <KiltedPi> Was reading that berlin security document. Very cool
[23:24] <KiltedPi> http://events.ccc.de/congress/2012/Fahrplan/attachments/2236_let_me_answer_that_for_you.pdf
[23:25] <KiltedPi> On breaking into mobile phones.
[23:25] <KiltedPi> nawty, but fascinating
[23:25] <KsM> So, my raspberry pi usually takes about a minute to get up and running, connected to the wifi and whatever, but yesterday I had a power outage that lasted a couple seconds, and it came back online about 5 seconds after that. The uptime reset, services restarted, etc
[23:26] <KsM> can anyone explain this magic
[23:27] <Firehopper> not me
[23:27] <tig|> KsM: check using uptime, see if it actually went down
[23:28] <KsM> "The uptime reset, services restarted, etc"
[23:28] <KsM> 14:28:16 up 16:20, 2 users, load average: 0.13, 0.11, 0.08
[23:28] <tig|> KsM: apologies
[23:28] <linuxstb> KsM: Anything in /var/log/messages ?
[23:28] <tig|> KsM: checked dmesg ?
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[23:33] <KsM> dmesg looks the same, /var/log/messages isn't actually there; looks like I messed up a line in /etc/rsyslog.conf
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[23:34] <tig|> KsM: messages is now called syslog in lots of distros
[23:34] <ShorTie> whats in /var/log/
[23:34] <ShorTie> ya, snoop
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[23:35] <KsM> alternatives.log apt/ aptitude dmesg dmesg.0 dpkg.log fsck/ kern.log lastlog news/ Xorg.0.log
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