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IRC Log for 2013-08-01

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[0:05] <gordonDrogon> it can never go above 3.3v
[0:05] <gordonDrogon> if it's charging too fast, then use a bigger R1, or a bigger capacitor.
[0:06] <gordonDrogon> You need to discharge for a few mS (write 0 to pin, change pin to output mode)
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[0:06] <gordonDrogon> then wait 5mS, then change pin to input mode, then loop, waiting for it to go from 0 to 1.
[0:06] <gordonDrogon> which you time.
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[0:11] <gordonDrogon> davor, if you're still stick, then read this: http://ladyada.net/library/rccalc.html
[0:11] <davor> gotcha. sounds great. one thing came to mind this morning, to prevent probing every so often, can I use another input pin for let's say five of these things, which would go to logic 1 when the state of any variable resistor changes, prompting a new recharge time test? only thing I could think of was using a coil or something in which current would be induced when the current between the variable resis
[0:11] <davor> tor and R1 changes, but I somehow think that wouldn't work
[0:12] <davor> ooo equations! thanks!
[0:12] <davor> that will be most helpful
[0:13] <gordonDrogon> I would round-robbin them. just do one pin at a time.
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[0:14] <gordonDrogon> you will need to establish the characteristics of each pin as they may be a little different, so with the pot at one end, make a few 100 measurements, then do the same with it at the other end - that gives you the range.
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[0:15] <davor> doing the entire procedure repeatedly for what may be hours won't be a problem though, charging and recharging the capacitor etc?
[0:15] <davor> ah, okay
[0:15] <davor> that sounds good
[0:15] <gordonDrogon> you just need to write one function in whatever language you're using.
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[0:17] <gordonDrogon> if you want to be really clever then use threads & interrupts to have the measurements going on in the background... then you can read all at one.
[0:17] <davor> oh no, I can do that, I was just thinking it might be a strain or inefficient for the hardware to loop it every few seconds or so
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[0:17] <davor> hehe, that sounds fun
[0:17] <davor> but I probably don't need that
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[0:17] <pksato> pc analog joystick use a capactitor (dis)charge rate, using LM555.
[0:18] <davor> so that's why I wanted to do a trigger, to keep from doing the check every second or two
[0:18] <davor> hmm, interesting
[0:19] <gordonDrogon> the apple II used a 556 for 4 'paddle' inputs...
[0:19] <pksato> http://www.epanorama.net/documents/joystick/pc_joystick.html
[0:20] <davor> hm, pretty cool
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[0:24] <PipeDale> well that's me confused and done with :)
[0:24] <PipeDale> anyone here using hifi's net install?
[0:24] <JakeSays> so i just picked up 4 12v 7Ah lead acid batteries. any idea how long a pi would run on one of them?
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[0:25] <gordonDrogon> JakeSays, do the calculations... assume the Pi takes 500mA...
[0:25] <JakeSays> 14 hrs?
[0:25] <gordonDrogon> on one battery.
[0:25] <JakeSays> yes
[0:26] <PipeDale> JakeSays: picked up as in brand new?
[0:26] <gordonDrogon> it'll probably last longer than that, but who knows.
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[0:26] <JakeSays> PipeDale: no. picked up as in given to me
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[0:26] <gordonDrogon> also the Pi is 5v not 12v, so that doubles it too, assuming a good SMPS regulator.
[0:26] <PipeDale> could be more than 14hours or maybe less
[0:27] <JakeSays> gordonDrogon: oh right
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[0:27] <JakeSays> gordonDrogon: smps?
[0:27] <gordonDrogon> switched mode power supply.
[0:27] <BCMM> does raspbian have armhf builds of wheezy-backports package?
[0:27] <JakeSays> ah
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[0:28] <JakeSays> so i imagine 4 batteries could keep one going for a week or so
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[0:30] <BCMM> JakeSays: heavily dependant on the workload...
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[0:30] <JakeSays> BCMM: yeah. i have no idea what i'd do with it
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[0:37] <DarkPlayer> Hello, i have compiled a 3.10 kernel based on the raspberry pi kernel config from arch linux and it hangs on the output vchiq_get_state: g_state.remote -> initialised != 1 (0).
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[0:38] <DarkPlayer> The original kernel version was 3.6. Any ideas why?
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[0:43] <chod> gordonDrogon: is dht11 in wiring pi to save me re invemnting the wheel ?
[0:46] <davor> PipeDale, just setting up hifi's install
[0:48] <gordonDrogon> chod yes.
[0:48] <gordonDrogon> chod, see examples/rht03.c - I think they're the same ir very similar using the maxdetect code in the devLib.
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[0:55] <chod> thanks gordonDrogon
[0:55] <chod> dht11
[0:55] <chod> oops
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[1:48] <Pi_Sean> <--- raspi + wifi = :D
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[2:06] <steve_rox> be glad when someones able to hotwire a rpi into a phone for advanced call filtering
[2:07] <ozzzy> ?
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[2:07] <steve_rox> i keep getting spam calls to my phone
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[2:09] <ozzzy> I'm on the do not call list
[2:09] <ozzzy> for whatever that's worth
[2:10] <ShorTie> nothing
[2:10] <steve_rox> yeah most of them ignore that
[2:10] <ReggieUK> report the number
[2:10] <ReggieUK> they'll stop calling
[2:10] <steve_rox> is it really worth the time to do such a thing
[2:10] <ReggieUK> yes
[2:10] <ReggieUK> it's a website
[2:10] <ReggieUK> takes minutes
[2:10] <ReggieUK> or less
[2:10] <steve_rox> theres always another number waiting to take its place
[2:11] <ReggieUK> either way, they'll keep calling if you don't
[2:11] <ReggieUK> if you answer and there is a real person, inform them that you're on the list and see how quickly the reciever goes down their end
[2:11] <steve_rox> phones are like insecure routers on a network
[2:12] <steve_rox> ya have a number/ip and everyone can get in
[2:13] <ShorTie> maybe we could get the NSA to come up with a filter
[2:13] <steve_rox> well they do seem about sniffin all data
[2:13] <steve_rox> shouldent be too hard for em
[2:14] <ShorTie> they don't sniff it
[2:14] <ShorTie> they just collect it all
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[2:14] <ShorTie> big D
[2:14] <steve_rox> i guess
[2:14] <steve_rox> nothing seems safe lately
[2:14] <ShorTie> i hear that
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[2:17] <steve_rox> if we all phone caller ID displays couldent the rpi do something like that ? ;)
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[2:18] * ozzzy doesn't have caller id
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[2:20] <steve_rox> sounds bad
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[2:20] <ozzzy> why
[2:20] <steve_rox> cos your not alerted in advance about who may be annoying you
[2:21] <ozzzy> it rings... I answer it... unless I'm not here
[2:22] <pksato> use some ATA and asterisk or other Software PBX.
[2:22] <ozzzy> why bother LOL
[2:23] <ozzzy> still won't have caller id
[2:23] <pksato> when call, answer and run some URA to determine if is a humam or machine.
[2:23] <ozzzy> why not just pick it up
[2:24] <steve_rox> i get the spam a lot on my mobile phone too
[2:24] <pksato> if is humam, ring phone set.
[2:24] <steve_rox> getting tired of that
[2:25] <ShorTie> get the rPi to fill out the report form and send it, hehe
[2:25] <steve_rox> would be a lot awesomer
[2:25] <ozzzy> too much hardware involved just to answer a phone
[2:25] <steve_rox> rpi sees bad number and auto submits complaint
[2:26] <ShorTie> yeah yeah
[2:26] <pksato> http://www.raspberry-asterisk.org/
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[2:32] <ShorTie> round coners, how nice
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[2:42] <steve_rox> dont apple sue for round corners too?
[2:43] <ozzzy> no... someone pointed out to them that rounded corners have been around for millenia
[2:43] <ozzzy> too much prior art to go after anyone
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[2:44] <steve_rox> ah i see
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[2:45] <steve_rox> but in conclution apple will sue anyone they see fit for any reasion they cook up :-)
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[3:34] <PipeDale> davor: any luck?
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[3:40] <PipeDale> only thing with hifi install, post-install.txt don't work :)
[3:41] <PipeDale> can anyone here create a .cpio ?
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[3:44] <kamdard> hi, I am running openelec on raspberry pi (model B). I was wondering if I can add-on additional repo from fusion.xbmchub.com ? Has anyone tried it and does it work ?
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[3:47] <IT_Sean> http://img23.imageshack.us/img23/4627/q7cl.jpg
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[3:59] <PipeDale> IT_Sean: right?
[4:00] <IT_Sean> Right
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[4:00] <dAnjou> oh man, imageshack still exists?
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[4:02] <PipeDale> why can't sony update ps3 store :(
[4:03] <IT_Sean> dAnjou, yes. Imageshack still exists
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[4:04] <PipeDale> i want need black ops 2 DLC
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[4:04] <PipeDale> but need sleep
[4:04] <PipeDale> want/need*
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[4:08] <nerdboy> ahoy
[4:09] <Cultist> Does Raspbian support xfs out of the box?
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[4:12] <nerdboy> Cultist: cat /proc/filesystems
[4:13] <nerdboy> if not, you've just won a kernel compile!
[4:13] <nerdboy> sorry it's not a new car...
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[4:16] <Cultist> blah
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[4:17] <Cultist> I think I'll just format to ext4 instead
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[4:36] <mumixam> woo just fixed my segate 7200.11 BSY error'd drive with my new pi
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[4:37] <mumixam> drives been in my closet for 3years ;)
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[4:50] <nsgn> well, here goes my first run of a pi on a HDMI to VGA adapter
[4:51] <nsgn> at least i found one that wasnt stinking 2x larger than the pi
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[4:54] <mumixam> which one
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[4:56] <nsgn> mumixam, cable matters $19 powered dongle. plugs into the pi's USB and a separate USB power source, so not to overload the pi
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[4:56] <nsgn> it's about the size of one you'd hang off a macbook or something
[4:57] <mumixam> i mean you got a link?
[4:57] <nsgn> probably so. hang on
[4:59] <nsgn> mumixam, http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00879DM56/ref=as_li_ss_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=390957&creativeASIN=B00879DM56&linkCode=as2&tag=bie08-20
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[5:00] <nsgn> its on amazon. came in fast. plugging in power right now..hope it works and/or doesnt fry my new pi
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[5:00] <mumixam> keep us posted
[5:00] <nsgn> !! sweet. i had heard some ppl say you had to tweak a config to get the pi to output ok but it is booting raspbian headless right now no problem. properly scaled to the screen, even!
[5:01] <nsgn> that was literally plug and play. i was so afraid of the unpowered ones cause people were talking about burning out their pi's hdmi. these cost more tho and i was worried it would not really recognize my uber cheap, odd resolution dell 13inch monitors that are vga only but just begging to have pi taped to back of them for new life
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[5:02] <nsgn> kindof a bummer i had to buy a $20 adapter just to connect, but it works and just made these 4 vga only monitors i have here much more interesting!
[5:03] <nsgn> and some were like..the size of a desktop hard drive. seemed pointless to put something that big as an adapter on the pi
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[5:09] <nsgn> possibly dumb question..how do i update rpi-update?
[5:09] <nsgn> last time i ran it smack off the image from the website it had some bug in it that nuked my firmware. i'd love to avoid that inconvenience again
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[5:11] <nsgn> nevermind, i'm a moron. i had typo'd it in apt-get and assumed it wasnt a pacakge. durrr
[5:14] <PipeDale> nsgn: don't use rpi-update
[5:14] <nsgn> PipeDale, don't eat meat! care to expand on that?
[5:15] <nsgn> other than the one bad shot i had with it that time it has worked fine for its purpose
[5:15] <PipeDale> why not apt-get?
[5:15] <PipeDale> the firmware
[5:16] <nsgn> PipeDale, the apt-get package raspberrypi-bootloader is a bit more stable. rpi-update gets the cutting edge/nightly firmware
[5:18] <nsgn> PipeDale, in many cases, since i'm playing around with pushing some of the limits of the pi processing power wise, i've found higher performance on the cutting edge firmware. actually i've never found a cutting edge pi firmware to be unstable in the least..havent found a good reason to use one that isnt nice and new
[5:18] <nsgn> especially considering all my pi stuff is just me screwing around on my work bench anyway
[5:19] <PipeDale> I've never used rpi-update
[5:19] <sney> it's best practice in irc channels like this to give people stable suggestions and suggestions that work within the package manager
[5:19] <sney> the idea being that if they want something more, they probably have the expertise anyway
[5:20] <nsgn> sney, sure. hard to argue with that. but i already knew about it and he told me NOT to use it :)
[5:20] <nsgn> but i actually follow the commits they make to it and take advantage of them in the stuff i play with
[5:20] <sney> nod
[5:21] <nsgn> also, have i mentioned how happy i am with this vga adapter. i dont know why it makes me so excited. maybe its because the pi is the most exciting thing these ancient monitors have shown in years :D
[5:22] <PipeDale> nsgn: i clearly said don't use it if you can apt-get it?
[5:22] <PipeDale> o_O
[5:23] <sney> fsvo "clearly"
[5:23] <nsgn> and i said why would i apt get it when i desire the features of the super recent commits and the apt-get one doesnt have??
[5:23] <nsgn> nevermind. not trying to pick a fight. just explaining the difference between the two
[5:24] <nsgn> annnnd i run apt-get upgrade to pull everything else up to speed and it overwrites my rpi-update firmware with the raspberrypi-bootloader firmware. yeehaw
[5:25] <PipeDale> where does the firmware pull from?
[5:25] <sney> ah, the vagaries of going outside the package manager. equivs would solve that issue
[5:26] <nsgn> sney, yeah i should have seen that one coming. just worth a nice -_- when i looked up half way through the apt-get upgrade and realized just what it was doing :)
[5:26] <nsgn> should have done it before rpi-update. oh well
[5:27] <PipeDale> oh, not major updates on github then
[5:27] <sney> if you used equivs you could tell apt that it was already installed and updated, and it would dutifully skip updating that package
[5:27] <nsgn> yeah. i didn't :)
[5:28] <sney> nod. well, there's always next time
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[5:29] <nsgn> yup. this pi was set up just for playing around. doesnt have a job (YET!). i think i'm going to try wayland/weston on it. havent tried it yet
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[5:33] <PipeDale> nsgn: chuck it under desk
[5:34] <PipeDale> ssh into it
[5:34] <PipeDale> and make use
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[5:34] <nsgn> well, that really went downhill. forgot to expand partition, updated so much stuff it ran out of space on /, and now it won't boot. you'd really think this wasn't the 8th or so time i've set up a pi :)
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[5:38] <Coburn> heh
[5:38] <Coburn> Turned one of my R-Pis into a Lite/Alt-Coin miner, 0.5Kh/s
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[5:39] <nsgn> Coburn, i dont know much about what btc is worth..but i'd imagine you really cant get much on the pi? :D
[5:40] <Coburn> Well, I have 3 of them
[5:40] <Coburn> Better than letting them sit around the joint
[5:40] <Coburn> :D
[5:41] <PipeDale> always something to do with a R-Pi
[5:41] <PipeDale> :D
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[5:45] <nsgn> PipeDale, any wild ideas? i got two in the mail tonight. havent decided their jobs yet
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[5:45] <nsgn> i like to give them a way to try and make their existence worthwhile
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[5:45] <nsgn> so far i've only got two in full time jobs. one displays security cameras on a heads up display mounted on my office wall. the other is stuffed under the dash of my car wirelessly reporting OBDII data back into my house when i pull into the garage
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[5:47] <PipeDale> nsgn: apache?
[5:47] <PipeDale> or something
[5:48] <nsgn> PipeDale, hmm. i already have apache running here on the main server
[5:48] <nsgn> several different VMs of it, actually
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[5:53] <nsgn> PipeDale, my big thing is home automation. i want more ways to make my house smart. which is only hard because i've been doing it as my hobby for the past 5 years and already have a pretty decked out home automation system
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[5:56] <PipeDale> i kinda rely on 1 of my R-Pi's
[5:57] <PipeDale> it's running radvd/localdns/ntp
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[5:59] <Coburn> accepted it's first share!
[5:59] <Coburn> 1/1 accepted, 100% of all shares
[5:59] <Coburn> 0.5kh/s
[6:00] <nsgn> hooray!
[6:00] <nsgn> how much USD does that translate to?
[6:00] <nsgn> i know little about btc
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[6:02] <nsgn> thank goodness. it boots this time after the updates
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[6:05] <PipeDale> :P
[6:06] <PipeDale> it's 5am
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[6:11] <nsgn> well..i have this weston GUI running. it is faster than all getout...at running a terminal
[6:11] <nsgn> what on earth programs do you run on this thing?
[6:12] <nsgn> trying to find out if there's a browser that works or anything
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[6:21] <nerdboy> nsgn: wth are you running?
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[6:22] <nsgn> nerdboy, that westin/wayland demo
[6:22] <nsgn> it's incredibly smooth and fast but comes with only one pergram, a terminal
[6:23] <nerdboy> is it on rpi.org?
[6:23] <nerdboy> and i thought my xorg image was pretty minimal...
[6:24] <nsgn> nerdboy, it's in the latest raspbian images
[6:24] <nsgn> it is GPU accelerated
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[6:28] <Coburn> well
[6:28] <Coburn> after that excitement
[6:28] <Coburn> it's not pushing any more hashes out
[6:28] <Coburn> :P
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[6:29] <nerdboy> nsgn: http://wayland.freedesktop.org/raspberrypi.html <= this one?
[6:29] <Coburn> might dig out my ODROID and go from there...
[6:29] <nsgn> nerdboy, yes
[6:29] <Coburn> since it's quadcore
[6:30] <Coburn> unless I mount a fan on the R-Pi and do some crazy overclocking
[6:30] <nerdboy> hmm, seems i have a weston recipe...
[6:30] <Coburn> 700Mhz got me 0.4kh/s so a 300 mhz boost was only 0.5kh/s
[6:31] <nerdboy> probably need to package the rpi-backend piece
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[6:34] <nerdboy> so it uses xorg but acts as its own wm?
[6:34] <nsgn> nerdboy, not sure what you mean..i literally installed raspbian, ran apt-get upgrade, and typed weston-launch
[6:34] <nsgn> it comes on board now
[6:35] <nsgn> because, honestly, there is MASSIVE potential for its future on the pi
[6:35] <nsgn> we're just in early days
[6:35] <nerdboy> i'm talking about building my own "weston" image
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[6:36] <nsgn> nerdboy, oh. what would you do different? the present raspbian basically is one..and there doesnt appear to be many/any real native programs for it yet
[6:36] <nerdboy> looks like all the recipes are there except the rpi bits
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[6:37] <nerdboy> it would just be the poky/oe/rpi version instead of the raspbian version
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[6:39] <nerdboy> seems like the poky/oe parts are there, so i'd just have to package the rpi bits
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[8:45] <rigo88> hi
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[8:45] <rigo88> does it makes any sence to turn off/on the rbpi by 3.5W power usage?
[8:47] <rigo88> :D forum post: "Yep even at 100% 24/7 for 365 days I estimated a yearly cost of five whole pounds."
[8:49] <rigo88> another thing: what do u suggest to remote control the device? (i have a harmony remote)
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[8:50] <EchoFox> i cut usb cable and spliced in a on/off switch
[8:51] <EchoFox> its nice when the pi freezes (xbmc) instead of reaching behind the tv
[8:51] <nerdboy> i used the IR sensor from adafruit and lirc
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[8:51] <EchoFox> for a remote, i just use the official remote for android.
[8:51] <nerdboy> rigo88: works with my ipazzport remote after i made a config...
[8:52] <rigo88> i read right now google :) it sais "pi is cec certified" what does this mean, without googleing the whole day through? :)
[8:52] <nerdboy> there's a database of remote configs upstream
[8:52] <nerdboy> even more than come with the package
[8:52] <bacobart> cec means your tv can pass its ir commands to the pi
[8:52] <bacobart> also with cec when the pi switches on it can tell your tv to set it to the correct input
[8:53] <rigo88> really? gross
[8:53] <bacobart> basically you don't need an ir receiver on the pi if your tv supports cec
[8:53] <nerdboy> i use the remote headless in the car...
[8:53] <bacobart> that's not gross
[8:53] <bacobart> that's handy
[8:53] <bacobart> and it can be disabled if you don't like it
[8:53] <rigo88> i mean it so :D
[8:53] <bacobart> right
[8:53] <bacobart> damn youngsters these days
[8:53] <rigo88> its a pretty new tv so i guess it supports. this is really a gr8 news
[8:53] <nerdboy> get off my lawn
[8:53] <bacobart> most tv's support it
[8:53] <bacobart> they just call it different
[8:54] <bacobart> something like anynet or whatever
[8:54] <bacobart> depends on your brand what its called on the tv
[8:54] <bacobart> you might need to enable it in the setup menu of your tv
[8:54] <rigo88> the lg 50pa6500 i guess the shittest plasma in the world :D
[8:54] <EchoFox> "you have a belt, USE IT, and PULL UP THOSE PANTS"
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[8:55] <bacobart> so lg calls it simplink http://wiki.xbmc.org/index.php?title=CEC
[8:55] <rigo88> yes it has.. simplink i know it i just didnt known 'til now what it exactly is
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[8:56] <rigo88> u know $35 is not a big deal i just have so lot of shit at home i dont want anotherone stored in the basement.. (a lot i mean a LOT :D) so i have to check around what are my opportunities.
[8:57] <rigo88> right right. what about the dts-hd sound?
[8:57] <overrider_> Is it the same whether i power the RPI trough a USB Cable or whether i power it via wires connected to TP1 and TIP2?
[8:57] <nerdboy> audio quality seems pretty good considering
[8:58] <bacobart> dts hd might work over passthrough
[8:58] <bacobart> the pi won't have the speed to decode this in software
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[8:58] <bacobart> oh right
[8:58] <bacobart> maybe the pi won't support hd bitstreaming
[8:58] <bacobart> only normal dts
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[9:00] <nerdboy> is that what toshiba calls colorstream HD ?
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[9:01] <nerdboy> if it follows the cec naming scheme...
[9:02] <bacobart> Toshiba - CE-Link and Regza Link
[9:02] <nerdboy> no, the dts-hd thing.. or is that audio only?
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[9:03] <nerdboy> it's an input on the toshiba, along with hdmi1 and hdm2
[9:03] <nerdboy> *hdmi2
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[9:14] <gordonDrogon> Morning Pi Pops!
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[9:20] <rigo88> well. i keep u up to date how things are going. i think i order a rpbi. is the "newest" one the model b rev 2 with 512 ram?
[9:22] <yehnan> Hi, i noticed that rpi foundation released new version of Raspbian: 2013-07-26-wheezy-raspbian.zip Is there a changelog?
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[9:26] <gordonDrogon> rigo88, yes, that's the newest (unless you want a model A with no Ethernet and only 256MB of RAM.
[9:27] <gordonDrogon> rigo88, and do remember this is a family friendly channel. Please read the http://alturl.com/jc97e rules.
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[9:29] <yehnan> hi gordonDrogon, how are you? I can't access the url http://alturl.com/jc97e
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[9:29] <gordonDrogon> It redirects to: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Z8B_0WVSFobWv-ZxpupAJ43Bz7QWpAxbefDJ2tD5MTI/edit
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[10:36] <yehnan> the Revision of command "cat /proc/cpuinfo", according to http://elinux.org/RPi_HardwareHistory , if it is 0004 or 0005 or 006, means Model B + 256MB memory + Rev 2 PCB. Does this kind of rpi board exist ?
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[10:39] <ShiftPlusOne> yehnan, yes
[10:39] <ShiftPlusOne> yehnan, more detail here http://raspberryalphaomega.org.uk/2013/02/06/automatic-raspberry-pi-board-revision-detection-model-a-b1-and-b2/
[10:40] <Kane> hi o/
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[10:41] <ShiftPlusOne> yehnan, the pi was originally meant to only have 256MB on model B and that was upgraded before the release of model a
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[10:51] <yehnan> ShiftPlusOne: I saw the webpage. Do you see it "in the wild"?
[10:52] <ShiftPlusOne> yehnan, there are not many, but yes, they are out there.
[10:53] <yehnan> ShiftPlusOne: how many is "not many" ? :)
[10:54] <ShiftPlusOne> I haven't personally counted them >_<
[10:54] <ShiftPlusOne> enough that a few people in here have them
[10:55] <yehnan> ShiftPlusOne: well, just being curious, if possible can I see the pictures of them?
[10:56] <ShiftPlusOne> yehnan, they look exactly the same as other rev2 boards, just a different part number on the RAM.
[10:56] <yehnan> ShiftPlusOne: ok, thanks.
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[10:57] <ShiftPlusOne> yehnan, just wondering, why do you ask?
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[10:59] <yehnan> ShiftPlusOne: being curious.
[10:59] <ShiftPlusOne> fair enough
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[11:01] <yehnan> Is there a changelog regarding the Raspbian released by rpi foundation?
[11:01] <ShiftPlusOne> Argh, they release another one?
[11:02] <ShiftPlusOne> Time to update my qemu article again
[11:02] <yehnan> ShiftPlusOne: 2013-07-26-wheezy-raspbian.zip
[11:02] <ShiftPlusOne> I don't know if there's a changelog
[11:02] <ShiftPlusOne> maybe checking what changes have been made to spindle will tell you
[11:03] <ShiftPlusOne> https://github.com/asb/spindle/commits/master
[11:04] <ecraven> how do people hook up their pi in a car? how do you make sure it doesn't just lose electricity if i turn off the car, but make it shut down?
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[11:14] <SgtBurned> Anyone Alive?
[11:14] <ShiftPlusOne> A few of us made it, yes.
[11:14] <SgtBurned> Good with python? I need a little help :3
[11:15] <ShiftPlusOne> I am not, but if you ask the question somebody else will probably jump in.
[11:15] <ShiftPlusOne> If it's not pi specific, there's also the actual python channel.
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[11:15] <SgtBurned> It's Pi Specific ;) Trying to output something to a LCD screen connected via the GPIO pins
[11:16] <ShiftPlusOne> And what's the problem?
[11:17] <SgtBurned> Trying to retrieve the IP. I'm using gethostbyname_ex() but it outputs this ('raspberrypi' , [], [''127.0.1.1']
[11:18] <ShiftPlusOne> Not pi specific then D=
[11:18] <ShiftPlusOne> I am guessing you need to specify that you want that first element
[11:18] <SgtBurned> That array? is set to the Var Hostname and when I do Hostname[2] ( expecting the 3rd value e.g. IP ) It outputs a r ( The r in Raspberry .... )
[11:18] <SgtBurned> It's semi RPi specific.
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[11:19] <ShiftPlusOne> can you post the full code?
[11:19] <ShiftPlusOne> Do you want the IP or the hostname?
[11:20] <SgtBurned> I want the IP.
[11:20] <SgtBurned> Turns out that its not an array... It outputs a string...
[11:20] <SgtBurned> Which is strange as to why they output with Square brackets.
[11:21] <ShiftPlusOne> I don't know the syntax, but you're doing something like var hostname = gethostbyname_ex() and then when you read hostname[2] you get 'r'?
[11:22] <ShiftPlusOne> Yeah, this is definitely not pi specific at all... seems more like a python syntax question to me.
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[11:26] <Davespice> #!/usr/bin/python
[11:26] <Davespice> import socket
[11:26] <Davespice> s = socket.socket(socket.AF_INET, socket.SOCK_DGRAM)
[11:26] <Davespice> s.connect(("gmail.com",80))
[11:26] <Davespice> print(s.getsockname()[0])
[11:26] <Davespice> s.close()
[11:26] <Davespice> sorry for flood
[11:27] <ShiftPlusOne> A bit of reading python documentation later, it seems like you are getting a tuple back which contains a string and two lists, the first list contains aliaslist and the other has the ip address string. Again, I don't use python, so I don't may be wrong about things here, but there doesn't seem to be anything tricky.
[11:28] <ShiftPlusOne> so print(gethostbyname_ex()[2]) should give you what you're after
[11:28] <ShiftPlusOne> (right, Davespice?)
[11:29] <ShiftPlusOne> and I am guessing print(gethostbyname_ex()[2][0]) would get rid of the square brackets.
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[11:31] <SgtBurned> Sorry I was a little busy :p. I fixed it by doing IpAddr.replace("[","") etc to remove the Square brackets and unwanted stuff. Then turn the string into a list and from there its just IpAddr[2]
[11:31] <Davespice> no I only get 127.0.0.1 doing it that way
[11:32] <ShiftPlusOne> .... silly python programmers >_< =p
[11:32] <SgtBurned> ;)
[11:33] <Davespice> the way I posted above works though
[11:33] <SgtBurned> Not connected to the internet.
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[11:33] <ShiftPlusOne> Davespice, why the gmail nonsense just to get an IP?
[11:33] <Davespice> but is there any other device over the lan?
[11:33] <SgtBurned> Nope
[11:33] <SgtBurned> It's not even got Wifi.
[11:33] <ShiftPlusOne> SgtBurned, don't do the replace silyness, just index it right.
[11:34] <SgtBurned> Awww, But... It's done.
[11:34] <Davespice> okay I was just going to suggest you could connect it to any other IP on your lan, and that would then give you the correct IP
[11:34] <SgtBurned> Yeah :/. Sadly Boss just wants it lonely
[11:34] <Davespice> doesn't have to be gmail.com, could've been 192.168.0.1 etc
[11:34] <tig|> morning all
[11:35] <Davespice> you could always parse the output of ifconfig :)
[11:35] <Davespice> do a regex on it maybe?
[11:35] <ShiftPlusOne> jesus
[11:36] <Davespice> there is also a netifaces module you can try
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[11:38] <SgtBurned> It works fine now
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[11:44] <simonwjackson> just curious..why is python the goto language for the PI?
[11:45] <Martin`> http://pi.octocore.net/temperature/ << 40 degrees inside raspberry pi case? is that a normal temperature?
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[11:48] <ShorTie> i goto C
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[11:48] <Draylor> folks are scared of teaching kids C, human rights legislation etc
[11:49] <ShorTie> say what ??
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[11:52] <SgtBurned> To answer the question before, Python is not the Goto language, Most people like Python because its Human readable and doesn't need compiling evey time.
[11:52] <SgtBurned> C is a lot more complicated but a little faster and needs a compiler.
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[12:14] <SgtBurned> On a side note of programming all day
[12:14] <SgtBurned> there seems to be an altercation outside
[12:14] <SgtBurned> :D Chavs having a fight is more than enjoyable
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[12:18] <hendry> SgtBurned: C is a lot faster and Python is quite a mess
[12:19] <SgtBurned> I like Python better. It's better for quick development and prototyping ( my Job... )
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[12:19] <SgtBurned> C is great for large programs and final products
[12:19] <SgtBurned> Also the boss can't read C that well so he can't modify it when he feels like it.
[12:22] <ShorTie> sounds like a good plan to use it then, lol.
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[12:27] <SgtBurned> Woah, Forgot I used my water bottle to hold a ... "Drink".
[12:27] <SgtBurned> very nice water now ;D
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[12:44] <McBofh> both C and Python have their appropriate uses
[12:44] * McBofh writes in both
[12:44] <McBofh> though currently I'm doing more in Makefiles than anything else
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[12:53] <Xark> Presumably C/C++ is more efficient in that case.:)
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[13:15] <PipeDale> Afternoon.
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[13:29] <PipeDale> woah
[13:29] <PipeDale> a bt user
[13:29] <PipeDale> :p
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[14:00] <ShiftPlusOne> simonwjackson, python is the go to language because the pi is a teaching tool. They think that by introducing people to python instead of C first, people will get results quicker and it will hold their interest longer.
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[14:01] <simonwjackson> good points, shift & sgt
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[14:01] <ShiftPlusOne> I don't agree with those points, but that's the basic idea.
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[14:03] <simonwjackson> my first assumtion was that python might use less CPU over something like ruby or perl.
[14:04] <ShiftPlusOne> Oh, I have no idea why python was chosen over those languages. I think it's just a popularity thing.
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[15:07] <McBofh> Xark: c++ is not the answer
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[15:12] <clever> ShiftPlusOne: yeah, ive also used python as a first pass, to play with i2c devices
[15:13] <clever> ShiftPlusOne: only problem it has caused so far, appears to be rooted in the kernel/hardware
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[15:13] <biberao> hi
[15:13] <biberao> any of you runs screenly?
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[15:14] <biberao> or tried it?
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[15:16] <PipeDale> woah
[15:17] <PipeDale> my R-Pi temp has just jumped high :\
[15:17] <Phosie> How high?
[15:18] <PipeDale> Phosie: just went to 70c
[15:18] <PipeDale> from 30c?
[15:18] <Phosie> Hmm, it is a bit warm.
[15:18] <PipeDale> Glitch?
[15:18] <PipeDale> CPU Temp: 34.7�C
[15:18] <PipeDale> GPU Temp: 33.6�C
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[15:18] <PipeDale> Must be ^__^
[15:18] <Phosie> Yeah will be a glitch.
[15:19] <PipeDale> 34c is pretty cool
[15:19] <PipeDale> i guess
[15:19] <PipeDale> considering this room is at 28c
[15:20] <Phosie> Mines usually around 42
[15:20] <PipeDale> with or without cooling?
[15:20] <Phosie> When the SD card isn't corrupted anyway. I need to buy some new ones.
[15:20] <Phosie> Without cooling.
[15:21] <ozzzy> mine runs at about 49
[15:21] <ozzzy> [shrug]
[15:21] <PipeDale> all depends on tempature outside too i guess
[15:21] <PipeDale> cold country shouldn't be an issue :)
[15:21] <IT_Sean> It very much depends on ambient temp
[15:22] <PipeDale> IT_Sean: pretty nice weather today here 26c
[15:22] <PipeDale> and i had windows shut in office
[15:22] <Phosie> Any cheap SD cards that wont die on me after a year?
[15:22] <PipeDale> Phosie: what have you used so far?
[15:22] <Phosie> I don't want to buy one just for it to not work with the pi.
[15:22] <IT_Sean> 26c... what's that in a measurement people actually use?
[15:22] <Phosie> Give me a moment and I'll find it
[15:23] <McBofh> IT_Sean: 26C is a measurement people actually use
[15:23] <Phosie> We use C here, as do a lot of the wold
[15:23] <Phosie> world
[15:23] <IT_Sean> :p
[15:23] * McBofh bows
[15:23] <ozzzy> only the excited states uses F these days
[15:23] <IT_Sean> I know, i know... I was just being silly.
[15:23] <McBofh> ozzzy: there's a lot of F knowledge in the UK though
[15:23] <ozzzy> =)
[15:23] <PipeDale> McBofh: where?
[15:24] <ozzzy> here too... but it's dying
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[15:24] <McBofh> PipeDale: I've seen it from time to time in weather reports
[15:24] <PipeDale> oh yeah
[15:24] <McBofh> and my UK colleagues seem more than happy to think in F as well as C
[15:24] <Phosie> PipeDale: Kingston SD4/8GB 8GB SDHC
[15:24] <ozzzy> mostly in places that can receive US tv/radio over the air
[15:24] <PipeDale> Phosie: i am using a transcend atm
[15:25] * ozzzy just uses recycled sd cards
[15:25] <ozzzy> or whatever is cheap
[15:25] <PipeDale> WHSmith isn't cheap!
[15:25] <PipeDale> :\
[15:25] * IT_Sean hasn't had an SD card go bad yet
[15:25] <Phosie> Not too expensive, I like.
[15:25] <Phosie> I've had two go bad.
[15:26] <Phosie> Like, my install would corrupt the next time I rebooted.
[15:26] <Batolemaeus> i only have /boot on sd-cards
[15:26] <Batolemaeus> otherwise a few emerge --update world's would probably nuke any cards i have
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[15:26] <PipeDale> HP 8GB SDHC Card
[15:26] <PipeDale> �10.99
[15:27] <Phosie> Just ordered a transcend for £7.80
[15:27] <PipeDale> from where?
[15:28] <Phosie> Amazon
[15:28] <PipeDale> ^__^
[15:28] <tig|> amazon and 7dayshop are pretty good for SD cards
[15:28] <Phosie> Most of that was postage
[15:28] <Phosie> The card itself was £3.21
[15:30] <PipeDale> Phosie: �24 for a 32GB
[15:30] <PipeDale> that's cheap :\
[15:30] <PipeDale> might have to order
[15:30] <Phosie> I don't want 32GB though, or to pay £24
[15:31] <Phosie> 8gb is fine, might buy a 4gb to use with Raspbmc
[15:31] <IT_Sean> OpenELEC > Raspbmc
[15:31] <PipeDale> i guess, it depends what you do with R-Pi
[15:31] <McBofh> IT_Sean: nah, I don't agree
[15:32] <McBofh> then again, I prefer to be able to tinker a bit, rather than have it running as an appliance
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[15:32] <McBofh> though to be very fair, I do run one of my rpi as an xbmc front end
[15:32] <Phosie> I just need a SD card to boot for raspbmc, the rest will be on USB
[15:32] <IT_Sean> fair 'nuff. I tried both, back when i was running my raspi as an xbmc rig, and i found OpenELEC to be less bloaty, more responsive, and more stable.
[15:32] <Phosie> so 4gb might be overkill
[15:33] <ozzzy> I think I got 2 16G SanDisks at Costco for $20
[15:33] <McBofh> I got 16gb cards cos they were available at a very good price when I needed them
[15:33] * McBofh shrugs
[15:33] <McBofh> I coudl probably get away with 4gvb
[15:33] <ozzzy> one is in the Pi the other is in my DSLR
[15:33] <McBofh> 4gb
[15:33] <IT_Sean> I built and started tinkering with the adafruit LCD module last night
[15:33] <Phosie> I still want a little LCD
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[15:33] <IT_Sean> http://imageshack.us/a/img23/4627/q7cl.jpg
[15:34] <sraue> McBofh, if you want tinker like a men: https://github.com/OpenELEC/OpenELEC.tv
[15:34] <McBofh> sraue: hahah. I've got enough to do in my dayjob already
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[15:34] <McBofh> I try to avoid kernel work on linux
[15:35] <Phosie> Very pretty IT_Sean
[15:35] <ozzzy> I stopped writing drivers altogether
[15:35] <IT_Sean> Going to start flinging some code at it tonight
[15:35] <IT_Sean> Also got wifi working in raspbian. t'was easy.
[15:35] <Phosie> I'll get back into the pi once my card arrives.
[15:35] <Firehopper> http://www.flickr.com/photos/firehopper/8571797873/ < I like my little lcd :>
[15:35] <ozzzy> IT_Sean: I just installed wicd... made wifi a snap
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[15:36] <IT_Sean> Woah! Nice setup, Firehopper
[15:36] <IT_Sean> I'll be sticking with my little 2 line character lcd, though. :p
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[15:37] <ozzzy> I'll stick with ssh
[15:37] <ozzzy> LOL
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[15:37] <Phosie> I'd probably struggle with an LCD screen.
[15:37] <Firehopper> thanks sean :)
[15:37] <IT_Sean> My plan is to try to get it displaying RSS headlines, and other useful information, then stick it on my cubical wall at work.
[15:38] <Firehopper> its a old recycled laptop lcd.. using an lcd controller from ebay :)
[15:38] <Firehopper> it was plug and play really
[15:38] <IT_Sean> Phosie: the Adafruit kit makes it stupid easy. As long as you can solder, and have a reasonable ability to slap some basic code together
[15:38] <Firehopper> thats a 17.1 lcd :)
[15:38] <McBofh> time for me to crash
[15:38] <McBofh> gnite all
[15:38] <Phosie> It's the code bit I'd struggle with.
[15:38] <Phosie> Goodnight.
[15:39] <IT_Sean> nite
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[15:41] <Phosie> I'd have no use for the screen anyway
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[15:48] <ozzzy> yeah... a 2 or 4 line character lcd woulnd't help me... and anything bigger would get in the way
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[15:48] <Phosie> If I had a use I'd be able to justify buying it
[15:48] <Phosie> but it would just read "Sophie Rules" or uptime or something
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[15:53] <PipeDale> Phosie: all CPU usage? or temps?
[15:53] <Phosie> Possibly.
[15:54] <ozzzy> I'd just have an LED status light
[15:55] <IT_Sean> I'm going to start off displaying uptime or something, to work out how best to display stuff. But, eventually, i'd like to have it pull RSS headlines and stuff.
[15:55] <Phosie> I have an LED that lights up half the room, I just wish it was red instead of blue.
[15:55] <Phosie> Oh that's cool
[15:55] <IT_Sean> red LEDs are generally dimmer
[15:55] <IT_Sean> Also, LED that lights up the room = Not a good LED to use to indicate status
[15:55] <IT_Sean> :p
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[15:56] <Phosie> I wanted to use it for mood lighting
[15:56] <Wiisel> ^^ i chucked a sock over my pi lastnight
[15:58] <Phosie> ...why?
[15:58] <Wiisel> LED's iit was hot sticky and like a disco
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[16:00] <Phosie> Ah
[16:01] <Firehopper> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FsK0-mCYOg4 < heres some blinky things :)
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[16:03] <Wiisel> right up till lastnight I was thinking of adding an LED for when it tweets
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[16:05] <IT_Sean> Wiisel: what happened last night to change your mind?
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[16:06] <Wiisel> Pi's LED's flashing away all night
[16:06] <IT_Sean> well... code it to not flash between the hours of <time> and <time>
[16:07] <BCMM> how do the build-in LEDs work anyway? are they powered by linux drivers or does the hardware do it on its own?
[16:07] <BCMM> (that is to say, can they theoretically be reconfigured?)
[16:07] <Wiisel> doh we can control the pi's LED's?
[16:07] <IT_Sean> BCMM: the ACT LED is controllable. The rest are not.
[16:08] <IT_Sean> BCMM: the network LEDs are controlled directly via the nic. The power LED is on whenever the 5v rail is powered. The ACT LED is controlled by the SOC, and is the only LED which is able to be retasked.
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[16:08] <IT_Sean> ... is my understanding.
[16:08] <BCMM> IT_Sean: ah, that explains the power led
[16:08] <BCMM> it's annoying that it's still lit after power-down
[16:09] <Phosie> I agree
[16:09] <IT_Sean> It will be lit whenever 5v is present, either via the MicroUSB plug or via the 5v pin on the GPIO port.
[16:09] <double-you> because it's not a real "power-down" ;)
[16:09] <double-you> yes
[16:09] <IT_Sean> well, shutting down in software just halts the processor
[16:10] <BCMM> IT_Sean: apparently it's the 3.3V rail
[16:10] <ozzzy> yep
[16:10] <IT_Sean> BCMM: You are correct.
[16:10] <BCMM> so technically it confirms the 3v3 regulator is working, not just that it's plugged in
[16:10] <ozzzy> I put a reset button on my case to restart the processor
[16:10] <IT_Sean> The 3.3v rail is powered via the 5v rail through a regulator, though. :p
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[16:10] <BCMM> ozzzy: just a push-to-break on the power feed right?
[16:10] <IT_Sean> ozzzy: on P6, or whatever it is?
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[16:10] <ozzzy> BCMM: no... shorts P6
[16:11] <IT_Sean> BCMM: There is a 2 pin header (unpopulated) that functions as a reset. It is labeled P6 on the board.
[16:11] <IT_Sean> Momentarily closing P6 resets the Pi
[16:11] <BCMM> oh, i don't have a rev 2
[16:11] <BCMM> (looked up P6 on the wiki, its rev 2 only)
[16:11] <IT_Sean> <-- Rev 2 :D
[16:11] * Firehopper has a rev 2 :)
[16:12] <Firehopper> from sony plant in the uk
[16:13] <ozzzy> my first was from china... my second is from the uk
[16:13] <BCMM> mine is the original, 0002 in cpuinfo. i didn't get mounting holes, but at least i got a t-shirt...
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[16:13] <Phosie> <-- Rev 1
[16:13] <IT_Sean> I'd rather mounting holes than a t-shirt
[16:14] <ozzzy> I found I had to open up the holes a bit to handle standard plastic standoffs
[16:14] <IT_Sean> One can buy a t-shirt. One cannot drill mounting holes in a Rev 1 board.
[16:14] <BCMM> ozzzy: damn that sounds scary
[16:14] <Phosie> I don't need mounting holes
[16:15] <ozzzy> naw... just use a dremel and stay well within the copper
[16:15] <Phosie> and I like free t-shirts
[16:15] <ozzzy> only needed to be opened up about .020
[16:15] <ozzzy> well.. maybe .050
[16:16] <BCMM> Phosie: given that some people spend twenty quid on a t-shirt, i consider it to be a free computer that came with my t-shirt
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[16:17] <Phosie> Good point.
[16:18] <ozzzy> anyone that pays that much for a t-shirt is insane
[16:18] <Phosie> I've paid more for shoes.
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[16:18] * ozzzy pays between 7 and 14 for shoes
[16:18] <ozzzy> dollars tht is
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[16:20] <double-you> me, too
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[16:20] <double-you> but walking with them makes me feel they arent healthy
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[16:21] <mgottschlag> my feet totally are not made for cheap shoes -.-
[16:22] <IT_Sean> Technically, nobody's feet are made for any shoes.
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[16:24] <Vooloo> are there any alternatives to Raspberry if you need a bit more performance? especially rendering SVG charts in a browser. Maybe jailbroken ATV...?
[16:26] <double-you> would be nice to see a faster raspberry
[16:26] <Firehopper> vooloo tried a wandaboard?
[16:26] * azeam_afk is now known as azeam
[16:26] <Firehopper> theres also the udoo, but its not avail yet..
[16:27] <Firehopper> wandaboard has a dual/quad cpu at 1ghz with I think 1 or 2 gig ram.
[16:29] <Vooloo> No, the price is not the biggest issue if it does not cross like $100 ... but I need it to run linux, have everything raspberry has but be faster. And nice if there are cases to buy aswell.
[16:30] <Vooloo> And being able to purchase in europe..
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[16:30] <troulouliou_dev> Vooloo, for htpc ?
[16:30] <Firehopper> wandaboard is prolly your best bet then.. dont know about cases or purchasing in europe
[16:30] <davor> PipeDale, sure, it works great!
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[16:31] <troulouliou_dev> ODROID-X2 is good to no ?
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[16:32] <Vooloo> troulouliou_dev: no to display SVG and highcharts on a LCD-TV
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[16:33] <Vooloo> "Due to U.S. export controls, we are unable to add this item to your order."
[16:34] <Phosie> Not good
[16:35] <IT_Sean> what are you trying to buy?
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[16:36] <Vooloo> wandboard
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[16:37] <Vooloo> Need to find a reseller I guess
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[16:52] <SrRaven> So, I got a deal on the pcextreme relocation thing. I am now simply wondering what the best use of it would be
[16:52] <SrRaven> Any ideas ?
[16:53] <SrRaven> or rather,suggestions
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[17:02] <Daulity> hi
[17:03] <IT_Sean> 'ello duckinator
[17:03] <IT_Sean> oops
[17:03] <Daulity> what does the --adev option on omxplayer do? does it only choose between hdmi and local (the analog jack) output ?
[17:03] <IT_Sean> 'ello Daulity
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[17:28] <Phosie> I want my SD card now D:
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[17:30] <Phosie> I have two of those, but thanks
[17:31] <Phosie> hmm, I wonder if they really are dead. I'll pop them in my camera
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[17:33] <IT_Sean> Try reformatting them. They are probably just corrupt
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[17:34] <Phosie> They are, well I think ones dead. but...
[17:34] <Phosie> It corrupted, I formatted and reflashed. It worked fine until I rebooted
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[18:10] <Firehopper> http://www.flickr.com/photos/firehopper/9414421167/ < glowie has arrived!
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[18:22] <Firehopper> http://youtu.be/ixm4yDcZRJg < video of the glowies in action!
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[18:34] <gordonDrogon> Firehopper, what's the chip on the leds?
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[18:35] <Firehopper> the url should work now.. it was set private
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[18:35] <IT_Sean> My guess would be the addressable controller for each LED.
[18:35] <Firehopper> its the addressable controller yes
[18:35] <Firehopper> lpd8806s
[18:36] <gordonDrogon> ok
[18:37] <IT_Sean> what are you using these strips for, Firehopper?
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[18:37] <Firehopper> put em in a costume under the fabric :)
[18:37] <Firehopper> and for painting with light :)
[18:37] <IT_Sean> Ahh. I see.
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[18:50] <sqrrl> anyone successfully compiled stackless on pi?
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[19:01] <SrRaven> So I got my pi hooked up and somehow dont remembe the IP, is there a way to look it up (or guess it) without actually hooking it up via hdmi ?
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[19:03] <atouk> from PC on network, "ping raspberrypi" (or new hostname if you uchanged it)
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[19:04] <Batolemaeus> several
[19:04] <atouk> if you have an android device, get free app called Fing. it will show all devices on network
[19:04] <SrRaven> yeh I used my router to check it,herp derp :P
[19:05] <Batolemaeus> you could use nmap to ping-scan the entire subnet
[19:05] <Batolemaeus> or look in your arp-cache for mac addresses that match the range issued to rpis
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[19:07] <SrRaven> Alright, I need to edit my IPv4 settings
[19:07] <SrRaven> where can I access those?
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[19:07] <Batolemaeus> raspbian?
[19:08] <ant_thomas> .
[19:08] <ant_thomas> "/etc/network/interfaces"
[19:08] <Batolemaeus> /etc/network/interfaces iirc
[19:08] <Batolemaeus> however, it is usually much easier to have dhcp working properly and use dhcp reservations
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[19:09] <SrRaven> Im getting it relocated
[19:09] <SrRaven> so I need to edit the settings :)
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[19:10] <SrRaven> alright Im in interfaces, but that says loads of stuff, can I simply enter the manual data taht was given to me by server IT ?
[19:10] <atouk> wired or wifi
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[19:10] <SrRaven> it'll be wired
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[19:11] <ant_thomas> I assume you want to go static?
[19:11] <ShorTie> ya, set it up as static
[19:11] <Batolemaeus> you can, but make sure you get the syntax correct
[19:11] <SrRaven> yes static
[19:11] <atouk> http://pastebin.com/w4Wp9EtT
[19:11] <SrRaven> I got the adress,netmask,gateway,nameserver etc etc
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[19:11] <ant_thomas> http://elinux.org/RPi_Setting_up_a_static_IP_in_Debian
[19:12] <SrRaven> atouk thanks
[19:12] <SrRaven> and also to you ant_thomas
[19:12] <atouk> *.*.*.141 is easy to remember for the pi addaress
[19:12] <atouk> 3.141.....
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[19:15] <SrRaven> the network and broadcast part in the site linked ant_thomas
[19:15] <SrRaven> can I just remove them if im unsure ?
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[19:17] <atouk> thos ar icommented out (#) they were fo the wifi settings
[19:18] <SrRaven> yeh but the tutorial on the site he linked,gives two mroe options that you dont
[19:18] <SrRaven> which is why im a bit confused
[19:18] <SrRaven> but you #'d them out
[19:18] <SrRaven> so should work
[19:18] <atouk> well, mine works here. no gaurantee beyond that implied
[19:20] <atouk> some routers setup as 192.168.0.1, so make that change as necessare where needed
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[19:21] <SrRaven> they gave me adress,gateway,nameserver(s) and netmask
[19:21] <SrRaven> just edited yours to fit mine
[19:22] <SrRaven> alright,set that up,now I can send it :)
[19:22] <SrRaven> still not sure what ill use it for,but eh :p
[19:22] <atouk> the nameservers i have listed there are the open nameservers at google
[19:22] <SrRaven> yeah I replaced them with my own
[19:23] <SrRaven> this may be dumb, but....as I edited it,until I send it out,will i still be able to access it ?
[19:23] <atouk> the google ones route through the NSA faster, so the lookups and nNSA monitoring will be faster
[19:24] <SrRaven> So, any ideas on what to use it for (productively) ?
[19:25] <atouk> productivity and raspberry were never meant to be used in the same sentance
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[19:25] <Batolemaeus> small monitoring platform with cacti. Should work okay
[19:26] <Batolemaeus> (if you use proper storage)
[19:26] <SrRaven> nope
[19:26] <atouk> small webserver
[19:26] <SrRaven> I got a descent webserver already :P
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[19:26] <SrRaven> I do need to get the pi-cam soon though :/
[19:27] <Batolemaeus> the camera module is fun to mess with
[19:27] <Batolemaeus> i'm currently building a gentoo based "webcam" with a small webserver. I hope to finally get it to do native ipv6 too
[19:27] <Batolemaeus> it's a great learning experience
[19:27] <SrRaven> Im starting to build guitars (electric guitars) and I want to use a Pi and the pi-cam to make constant pictures my building process
[19:28] <atouk> you'll find the main purpose of the pi is to make you go in console occasionally and get the latest updates and firmware. you'll get very profecient at apt-get
[19:29] <Batolemaeus> emerge is so much more beautiful ;)
[19:29] <SrRaven> just not sure yet how ill deal with the streaming part itself (as 16 gb sd card wont hold too much video)
[19:30] <atouk> downconvert to 2 bit color resolution and you can save months of streaming on it
[19:30] <SrRaven> lol why would I do that :P
[19:30] <atouk> to make it fit
[19:30] <SrRaven> haha
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[19:32] <Batolemaeus> stearming isn't too hard. You could of course just mount a nas and use it to store video
[19:32] <Batolemaeus> *streaming
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[19:32] <SrRaven> dont have a NAS (or need one either)
[19:33] <SrRaven> streaming wouldnt be hard over wired yes,but id have to use wifi, so im not sure how quick it would be
[19:33] <dreamreal> is there a good way to detect what baud rate RX/TX is actually using?
[19:33] <Batolemaeus> then just attach an external hdd and mount it for bulk storage
[19:33] <SrRaven> yeah ill either do that or use a 32 gb usb stick
[19:35] <SrRaven> Problem also is that I obviously want a "top down" view
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[19:35] <SrRaven> so I need to figure out how to mount the pi/pi-cam
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[19:40] <EchoFox> for setting the static wlan0, i just have to add the address,netmask,gateway abd change dhcp to static right? where do i go to manually add the ssid, and router settings?
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[19:40] <EchoFox> and change*
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[20:23] <Datalink-M> Blah, been trying to make ffmpeg bend to my will and provide an rtmp stream to an external server
[20:24] <Datalink-M> I think the problem is I have to provide a name, password and streamname
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[20:25] <Datalink-M> Everything I can find on it offers all the stuff except stream name
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[20:33] <Firehopper> http://i.imgur.com/9RNNRJ0.gif < oh that poor kitty
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[20:46] <zero_coder> heylo
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[20:46] <zer0-day> hi i'm getting this error compiling the kernel to get support with my wifi dongle ERROR: could not insert 'rt5572sta': Unknown symbol in module, or unknown parameter (see dmesg)
[20:47] <zer0-day> any suggestion?
[20:47] <linuxstb> Did you build that module yourself?
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[20:50] <zer0-day> yes
[20:50] <zer0-day> http://mdsh.com/wiki/jsp/Wiki?RT5572
[20:50] <zer0-day> i use this tutorial but with the 3.6.y
[20:51] <zer0-day> 5.648136] rt5572sta: module license 'unspecified' taints kernel.
[20:51] <zer0-day> [ 5.935662] Disabling lock debugging due to kernel taint
[20:51] <zer0-day> [ 6.108603] rt5572sta: Unknown symbol usb_alloc_urb (err 0)
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[21:00] <zer0-day> any idea linuxstb ?
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[21:01] <zer0-day> rt5572sta: Unknown symbol usb_register_driver (err 0) and so... :-/
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[21:43] <sandman> Is there any way to have omxplayer output to aalib or libcaca?
[21:45] <Datalink-M> As I understand it, omxplayer's a framebuffer player, but I may be out of date on it
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[21:47] <Encrypt> sandman, Can't you use mplayer?
[21:48] <Datalink-M> ffmpeg is good at converting formats
[21:49] <Encrypt> Because "mplayer -vo libcaca /pathtovideo" and you're done...
[21:49] <Encrypt> "mplayer -vo caca /pathtovideo" sorry...
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[22:17] <l_r> why don't i see the hostname raspberry in my lan ?
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[22:17] <Encrypt> l_r, That's not normal
[22:17] <l_r> my rpi connects via dhcp
[22:17] <l_r> indeed
[22:17] <l_r> ii thought dhcp supported hostnames from clients
[22:18] <Batolemaeus> well, depends mostly on your irc server
[22:18] <Encrypt> Are you trying to SSH into it ?
[22:18] <l_r> Encrypt, i can,yes
[22:18] <l_r> Encrypt, via ip
[22:18] <Batolemaeus> though some dhcp clients don't properly report their hostname back to the dhcp server
[22:18] <Batolemaeus> s/irc/dhcp
[22:18] <Batolemaeus> i should go to bed..
[22:18] <l_r> i see
[22:18] <Encrypt> l_r, You can give it a static IP...
[22:19] <l_r> yes of course
[22:19] <Encrypt> That's the best thing to do... :)
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[22:19] <Encrypt> And then write down the IP adresses of your network :)
[22:19] <Batolemaeus> i prefr dhcp reservations over static ips tbh
[22:19] <l_r> but i thought the server would be smart enough to accept whatever comes from the client
[22:19] <l_r> i dont want to add an entry in my dhcp server
[22:20] <l_r> i am too lazy
[22:20] <l_r> :(
[22:20] <l_r> so this problems usually depends on both the client and server
[22:20] <l_r> am i right?
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[22:21] <Batolemaeus> well, it depends :P
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[22:21] <Batolemaeus> you could intercept the exchange and see what's happening..wireshark tends to be very informative
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[22:40] <l_r> ma che razza di elementi ci sono a porta a porta?
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[22:43] <RoPony_> hey
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[22:44] <RoPony_> bit of a problem... hoping someone can point me in the right direction
[22:44] <RoPony_> I have a USB keyboard that I'm sure worked in NOOBS (though I don't have NOOBS to test any more) but doesn't work in raspbian
[22:45] <RoPony_> I can see it connection ok in the syslog and the num-lock light works (and toggles on/off) but the keys don't do anything :S
[22:45] <RoPony_> and occasionally it will disconnect and reconnect if I press the keys a lot
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[22:46] <pksato> RoPony_: you have other keyboard? or can test it on other computer?
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[22:47] <RoPony_> yeah other keyboards work fine
[22:47] <RoPony_> and it works fine on a PC
[22:48] <RoPony_> oh forgot to mention it's not a full keyboard - it's a numeric keypad
[22:48] <pksato> oh...
[22:48] <pksato> is on X (LXDE) or text console?
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[22:49] <RoPony_> I'm thinking it must be a driver thing but I don't know anything about linux drivers
[22:49] <RoPony_> X
[22:49] <pksato> have other keyb connected?
[22:50] <pksato> if you stay 8 key pressed, mouse pointer move?
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[22:59] <l_r> ahahah
[22:59] <l_r> porta a porta
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[22:59] <l_r> adesso parlano dei calzini dei giudici
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[23:04] <l_r> ops sorry
[23:04] <l_r> bad channel
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[23:04] <RoPony> nope :/
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[23:06] <pksato> RoPony: no ideas what happen
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[23:07] <RoPony> :s thanks anyway
[23:09] <RoPony> I'm just seeing if I can get NOOBS running
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[23:10] <Phosie> o/
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[23:19] <RoPony> hmmmm yup as I thought
[23:20] <RoPony> works fine in NOOBS, not at all in raspbian
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[23:27] <Vostok> aah, i finally got my raspi home server running again after moving
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[23:27] <Vostok> and the two-color-led modification of the gmail notification led works splendid
[23:27] <Vostok> now it blinks in green if i've got unread messages and in red if some of them are important :)
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[23:29] <Vooloo> are there computers that can run "on the internet"...? like the hardware is just used to project the image on the LCD but everything else can be streamed to it over the internet from a server?
[23:30] <Chex> enh, mambo track is OK
[23:30] <Chex> lots of horns
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[23:30] <Chex> could give ma headache eventually
[23:30] <mgottschlag> Vooloo: the closest you get to that practically is a "thin client"
[23:31] <Chex> have to be drunk and on a dance floor in Miami with a hot Dominican girl to make it work for me
[23:31] <mgottschlag> I don't think there are pure input video streaming solutions
[23:31] <mgottschlag> imput/video
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[23:34] <alesan> hallo'
[23:34] <alesan> I underdtand there are several GPIO pins I can use on the RASPBERRY-PI
[23:35] <qmr> omxplayer is not playing sound through HDMI - any suggestions?
[23:35] <alesan> what are the logic levels and how much current can they provide?
[23:36] <pksato> alesan: 8mA
[23:37] <ShiftPlusOne> well, 16mA
[23:37] <pksato> to be conservative.
[23:37] <ShiftPlusOne> and 3.3v
[23:37] <alesan> thanks
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[23:37] <ihavenick> hi
[23:38] <alesan> I am planning to use it to control the ON/OFF pin of a voltage regulator (LM2596) by using a pull down resistor
[23:38] <ShiftPlusOne> alesan, http://www.scribd.com/doc/101830961/GPIO-Pads-Control2
[23:38] <ihavenick> ihaveaproblem :D my terminal and ssh not working later fsck can you help me
[23:38] <ShiftPlusOne> ihavenick, "not working" how?
[23:38] <ihavenick> http://i.imgur.com/ZwA30QQ.png
[23:39] <ihavenick> http://i.imgur.com/DpcLTqH.png
[23:39] <ShiftPlusOne> do you have serial or physical access to the pi?
[23:40] <ihavenick> no :(
[23:40] <ihavenick> i can acces sd files but via partedmagic
[23:40] <EchoFox> do i have to install samba to see other computers on my network? even if im running linux on my laptop/
[23:40] <ShiftPlusOne> hm, no idea then. an fsck can't hurt, but it would be nice to know what's actually happening
[23:41] <ihavenick> my sd get lose connection while resizing it
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[23:42] <ihavenick> some files die but rapsberry working good
[23:42] <ihavenick> later i want to delete mysql but it give "input/output" error
[23:42] <ShiftPlusOne> oh, the I think you'll want to rewrite the image and try again
[23:42] <ihavenick> i later fsck it and terminal died
[23:42] <gordonDrogon> pksato, ShiftPlusOne they'll provide many more mA than that, but the limites set by the pad drivers (4,6,8,etc.) sets the max. current you can draw to guarantee they'll register as a logic 1 to another 3.3v device...
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[23:43] <ihavenick> but ShiftPlusOne i have alotof configs that makes it fast and runs a DNS server
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[23:43] <gordonDrogon> the default pad driver is set to 8ma. that won't stop you pulling 35ma out of it though...
[23:43] <Aiena> ihavenick you need to do what you need to do.
[23:43] <gordonDrogon> (I do this so you don't have to, etc. ;-)
[23:43] <ShiftPlusOne> ihavenick, pulling the sd card while it's resizing is hard to recover from, I think.
[23:43] <ShiftPlusOne> ihavenick, make a backup of the config files, if you can.
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[23:43] <pksato> EchoFox: you need a cifs/smbfs capable file manager.
[23:44] <ShiftPlusOne> gordonDrogon, makes sense, thanks.
[23:44] <Aiena> ihavenick do you have another sd card?
[23:44] <pksato> not need samba server.
[23:44] <ihavenick> sd working fine ShiftPlusOne
[23:44] <ihavenick> all files still alive
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[23:44] <ihavenick> i can use apps
[23:44] <ihavenick> but terminal
[23:44] <ihavenick> its blocking it self
[23:45] <Aiena> ihavenick can you install/remove apps though?
[23:45] <ihavenick> maybe a permission problem?
[23:45] <ShiftPlusOne> EchoFox, what do you mean by "see other computers"?
[23:45] <ihavenick> yes i have another sd Aiena
[23:45] <Aiena> ihavenick maybe but without a terminal you can't chown either.
[23:45] <EchoFox> browse the network so i can access files from another computer
[23:45] <EchoFox> i know i need samba to see windows, but im using linux
[23:46] <ihavenick> i can with chmod from partedmagic Aiena ?
[23:46] <ozzzy> EchoFox: so... run samba
[23:46] <EchoFox> so im wondering if i need to install something in order to see other computers on my network
[23:46] <ShiftPlusOne> ihavenick, I'd start with a google search for "Server refused to allocate pty" and go from there, but I wouldn't hold my breath either.
[23:46] <EchoFox> ozzzy: yeah, i figured. i just thought i had to install samba to see windows machines
[23:46] <ShiftPlusOne> EchoFox, if you want to run samba, then you'll need samba. If you only want to access files, you have other options, like NFS.
[23:46] <ihavenick> its strange ShiftPlusOne not my error
[23:46] <ihavenick> in they terminal working :D
[23:46] <ozzzy> EchoFox: you need to configure it too
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[23:47] <ihavenick> can i get terminal from RDP ShiftPlusOne Aiena ?
[23:47] <ShiftPlusOne> ihavenick, that was the error in one of the images you sent >_<
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[23:47] <pksato> gordonDrogon: for logic circuits, the question must be "what is max. fan-out of each gpio pin?" :)
[23:47] <ihavenick> yes ShiftPlusOne but
[23:47] <ihavenick> solve pages can enter terminal ShiftPlusOne :D
[23:48] <ShiftPlusOne> oh, derp
[23:48] <ihavenick> how can i /sbin/MAKEDEV pty /sbin/MAKEDEV tty ?
[23:49] <ShiftPlusOne> then I come back to "re-image it"
[23:49] <Aiena> ihavenick pty is the Pseudo Terminal
[23:49] <ShiftPlusOne> yeah, if you can get a keyboard and monitor hooked up, you might have a tty you can talk to.
[23:50] <ihavenick> can i steal console from image Aiena ShiftPlusOne ?
[23:50] <ShiftPlusOne> but you said that's not an option
[23:50] <ihavenick> if i flash it to other sd
[23:50] <Phosie> I'm sure I've asked this before but can I use a ULN2003 to drive a 6v DC motor?
[23:50] <Aiena> ihavenick do you have 2 sd card slots on your pi?
[23:50] <pksato> Phosie: yes.
[23:50] <ShiftPlusOne> Well, I am off. Good luck, ihavenick.
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[23:51] <qmr> did some updates and now I have no HDMI output :(
[23:51] <SpeedEvil> Are you sure your HDMI cable is plugged in on both ends.
[23:51] <Phosie> take care ShiftPlusOne
[23:51] <ihavenick> no Aiena but my filesystem(root) on flashdisk :D
[23:51] <SpeedEvil> And your monitor is powered.
[23:51] <ihavenick> to made it fast posible
[23:52] <Phosie> Thanks pksato I thought so, just making sure
[23:52] <ShiftPlusOne> Phosie, =) will do
[23:52] <Aiena> ihavenick ouch
[23:52] <pksato> ULN2003 use open colector npn transistors, the load on colector can conneted to any voltage (reted to uln).
[23:52] <Aiena> probably your system is more messed up then. Logging in as root is very very dangerous. You give all porgrams and your self the right to do anything and everything to your system.
[23:53] <ihavenick> i installed XORG too :D
[23:53] <qmr> ugh
[23:53] <qmr> now HDMI is working again, but login console is messed up
[23:53] <ihavenick> how can i acces to root user from ssh ? ShiftPlusOne Aiena ?
[23:53] <ihavenick> put it pass ?
[23:53] <qmr> ihavenick: use your public key
[23:54] <ihavenick> how qmr
[23:54] <qmr> Google it, there are a million tutorials
[23:54] <pksato> Phosie: but, dont exceed 500mA per output.
[23:54] <Phosie> pksato: I'll pretend to understand that
[23:54] <Phosie> It wont be exceeded
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[23:56] <ihavenick> i will try ctrl + alt + f6 and changing bash or dash in /bin or moving files from image to raspberry .D
[23:56] <ihavenick> Aiena
[23:56] <ihavenick> iam swiching to mh Aiena
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[23:57] <Aiena> ok
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