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IRC Log for 2013-08-07

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[0:21] <sqrrl> i'm connected though ssh and when i turn on the monitor attahed to pi it's on but blank (all black)
[0:22] <sqrrl> can i get on the monitor whatever i have in ssh?
[0:23] <ShorTie> ssh does not use the monitor
[0:23] <ShorTie> you could use screen
[0:24] <ShorTie> and then get to your ssh connect from keyboard/monitor
[0:24] <sqrrl> there is no way?
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[0:25] <sqrrl> i can play videos on the monitor but can't see text?
[0:26] <ShorTie> don't really think so
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[0:27] <sqrrl> blast!
[0:27] <sqrrl> i don't have a keyboard..
[0:28] <sney> with xorg you could use x11vnc
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[0:30] <ShorTie> bummer, ment to get some friction tape when i was out yesterday
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[0:36] <rikkib> Hmmm My Intertubes is cheaper this month... and cap increased to 100gig from 50gig bytes... $10 cheaper than last month at $50/month
[0:37] <johnc-> are you in an area google fiber is moving to? heh
[0:39] * SpeedEvil wishes his internets would speeed up.
[0:39] * nmpro wishes too...
[0:39] <SpeedEvil> 2.4M - though 120G quota for $30
[0:39] * johnc- has 50Mbps
[0:39] <nmpro> ouch....
[0:40] * Firehopper yays and has working python program
[0:40] <nmpro> I think SpeedEvil wins for the worse inet speed.. ;)
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[0:40] * linuxstb is glad he's on unlimited, and doesn't have to worry about quotas
[0:40] <SpeedEvil> .488 up
[0:40] <nmpro> lol
[0:40] <nmpro> damn
[0:40] <SpeedEvil> My 3G modem is 3 times as fast downloading
[0:40] <davor> when wiring 3.3v to an input pin through a button, what resistance should I use, that is, what's the maximum current the input pin could take in?
[0:40] <SpeedEvil> But much more expensive)
[0:41] <sqrrl> can i at least set the correct resolution? currently it's 640x480 and fbset -xres/-yres doesn't seem to have any effect
[0:41] <nmpro> whats funny, for those old enough, not more than 13 or so years ago we were all on dialup or ISDN
[0:41] <nmpro> lol
[0:41] <SpeedEvil> davor: Use 1K or so - Wire the switch to 3.3V, and the other side of the switch through a 1K to ground. From the junction between them - connect a 1K to the GPIO
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[0:42] <SpeedEvil> davor: This is in case the GPIO is accidentally set to output - so you don't have a large current flowing when the switch is closed.
[0:43] <davor> ahh, awesome, thanks!
[0:43] <davor> this question is most likely unneeded, but would 2k work too?
[0:44] <SpeedEvil> 1K-100K is fine
[0:44] <rdz> what write speeds do people get for usb hard drives connected to the rpi?
[0:44] <davor> great. thanks man
[0:44] <SpeedEvil> you don't want to go much above that - or static becomes an issue - or below it - as current through the resistors starts to become significant
[0:44] <Firehopper> I'm close to SpeedEvil, a tiny bit faster :)
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[0:44] <Firehopper> 3.0 down 768k up :)
[0:44] <davor> my resistor assortment hasn't arrived yet. I only have 100, 330, 2k and 10k :p
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[0:45] <Phosie> I loved the sound dial up made when connecting
[0:45] <johnc-> I hated it
[0:45] <johnc-> because I would sneak onto the net at night
[0:46] <Phosie> Hahaha
[0:46] <davor> cheers SpeedEvil, makes sense
[0:46] <Phosie> I can see where this is going
[0:46] <davor> lol
[0:46] <Firehopper> johnc I learned how to mute the modem speaker :)
[0:46] <johnc-> I have smothered a dial up modem under a pillow more than once :P
[0:46] <davor> hahaha
[0:46] <Firehopper> its a modem command :)
[0:46] <nmpro> lol.. nice
[0:46] <nmpro> ata0
[0:46] <nmpro> :)
[0:46] <Firehopper> or better yet.. secret switch that cut the speaker wire :)
[0:47] <Firehopper> I thought it was atm0
[0:47] <nmpro> AT&F&C1&D2
[0:47] <davor> what's the purpose of those speakers on a dial up anyway?
[0:47] <davor> *dial up modem
[0:47] <SpeedEvil> davor: To tell when you hit a person
[0:47] <nmpro> yep.. plus you can hear if there is line static
[0:47] <davor> ah, nice
[0:47] * KwisA is now known as Dreamingpup
[0:48] * Firehopper pokes canid
[0:48] <nmpro> I use to bind two 28k modems toghter .. I forget what the technology was called.. lol
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[0:49] <johnc-> ISDN
[0:49] <nmpro> no.. not ISDN..
[0:49] <SpeedEvil> I've bonded ISDN+modem
[0:49] <SpeedEvil> On different ISPs
[0:50] <nmpro> no.. same isp
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[0:50] <nmpro> it was a VERY long time ago. But I had two modems two phone lines and a special account.. geez my memory is bad..
[0:50] <SpeedEvil> It was made lots easier by the fact that back in the day BT internet would let you send packets from arbitrary sources.
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[0:51] <SpeedEvil> So I diddn't have to work out the iptables to make the packets go out the right hole.
[0:51] <nmpro> geez.. maybe it was different isp's .. lol. can't find anything on google
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[0:52] <nmpro> SLI? I think that's what it was called..
[0:53] <johnc-> that's for nvidia graphics cards
[0:53] <nmpro> lol
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[0:54] <Phosie> Ugh, police helicopter outside. So annoying.
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[0:56] <kephra> Phosie, did you saw the videos from Egypt, how to fight helicopters - just a few dozen people with laser pointers will make them flee
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[0:56] <Phosie> Heh
[0:57] <Phosie> I wouldn't mind as much if it wasn't midnight.
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[0:58] <kephra> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ljJF_Yit5Jw <- e.g. here
[0:58] <Phosie> Seen it
[0:58] <johnc-> I think if you did that in the states you'd find yourself indefinitely detained
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[0:59] <Phosie> Just heard something that sounded like running, but only lasted a second.
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[1:03] <kephra> johnc-, http://kephra.de/pix/Obama-Hope.jpg
[1:07] <johnc-> great, now we're being tracked by the NSA
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[1:20] <Hello71> test
[1:21] <Phosie> It works
[1:22] <Hello71> are you sure?
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[1:23] * Firehopper yays thanks to canids help I have a working image > arduino program :)
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[1:25] <Phosie> I'm sure heathkid
[1:25] <Phosie> erm, Hello71
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[1:33] <enigma> tada
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[1:34] <LordThumper> Hi, has anyone used RetroPie?
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[1:35] <mgorbach> Anyone able to help me out with a kernel panic?
[1:35] <mgorbach> I'm getting one on boot, trying to set up Gentoo with the raspberry pi.
[1:36] <debenham> ghb
[1:36] <debenham> (oops - wrong window - ignore that)
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[1:38] <lloowen> Hello all. New to raspberri pi Just configuring it to run using blackbox wm. There is no sound :( when I log into the default pi account and back into lxce there is sound, so I suspect there is something I need to include in a . file for in my home directory. Grateful for any help.
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[1:41] <SpeedEvil> http://www.apple.com/support/usbadapter-takeback/ - if you have an iphone/ipad/... and a dodgy power supply, and want a decent one for your Pi
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[2:04] <ShorTie> lol, good pr campian
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[2:19] <asaru> anybody running raspbian server edition from sirlagz.net
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[2:21] * ShorTie thinkz, let me guess, it's lagging
[2:21] <Phosie> Never heard of it.
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[2:26] <davor> hm... I really need a pot to control volume
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[2:27] <davor> would be much handier, I could control the volume from across the room or something
[2:28] <ShorTie> be more usefull to hook up a remote ir
[2:28] <ShorTie> and control volume that way
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[2:31] <davor> mm that's a good idea
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[2:32] <davor> haha, seems I can use LIRC to basically control the Pi with my TV's remote or something
[2:32] <davor> I mean, I don't see why it wouldn't be able to detect them
[2:33] <ShorTie> depends, you want a rc5 or rc6 type i believe
[2:34] <ShorTie> like a xbox remote
[2:34] <davor> ahh
[2:34] <davor> any easy way to find out what's what?
[2:34] <ShorTie> google
[2:35] <davor> okay
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[2:44] <l_r> what s retropie
[2:45] <pksato> ;
[2:48] <davor> hm, found the remote model, but can't find any specifications
[2:49] <pksato> remote?
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[2:49] <CarlFK> http://pumpingstationone.org/2013/08/raspberry-pi-rob-bishop-aug-6th-ps1/ http://timvideos.us/psone live!
[2:50] <Phosie> l_r: http://retropi.of.je/
[2:50] <Phosie> Google is amazing.
[2:50] <davor> yeah, would like to use my tv remote for the Pi pksato heh
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[2:51] <pksato> like ir (sensor) http://www.adafruit.com/products/157
[2:51] <l_r> o h nice
[2:51] <l_r> does it work?
[2:51] <l_r> can i play games?
[2:51] <pksato> http://www.adafruit.com/products/389
[2:52] <davor> oh, nice, thanks
[2:52] <pksato> http://dx.com/p/ir-remote-control-module-hx1838-receiver-nec-code-ir-remote-controller-for-mcu-207829
[2:53] <pksato> and, hookup to lirc, and control any lirc compatible application.
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[2:54] <davor> seems simple enough. thanks!
[2:54] <davor> could I use this receiver though? http://pdf.datasheetcatalog.com/datasheets/208/301092_DS.pdf
[2:55] <davor> that's the one my local shop has, and I'm not really sure what the difference is
[2:55] <pksato> yes, but, need to compatible to rc.
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[2:55] <pksato> compatible carrier frequency
[2:55] <pksato> common is 38kHz
[2:56] <ShorTie> that be 1 of those rc5 type i believe
[2:56] <davor> they carry TSOP1738, which is 38kHz
[2:56] <pksato> http://www.lirc.org/
[2:56] <pksato> rcX are protocols.
[2:57] <pksato> http://learn.adafruit.com/using-an-ir-remote-with-a-raspberry-pi-media-center/lirc
[2:58] <davor> TSOP17xx seems to support rc6
[2:58] <davor> "Some examples for suitable data format are:
[2:58] <davor> NEC Code, Toshiba Micom Format, Sharp Code, RC5
[2:58] <davor> Code, RC6 Code, R–2000 Code, Sony Format
[2:58] <davor> (SIRCS)."
[2:58] <davor> whoops, line breaks. sorry
[2:59] <pksato> TSOP17 is only a IR reciever.
[3:00] <pksato> dont decode
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[3:02] <davor> ahh
[3:02] <davor> that's the difference
[3:02] <pksato> http://wiki.openelec.tv/index.php?title=Guide_To_lirc_rpi_GPIO_Receiver
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[3:05] <davor> thanks
[3:05] <davor> I'm trying to find places where I can get TSOP38238 atm heh
[3:05] <davor> around here
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[3:05] <davor> so I don't have to pay double for shipping
[3:05] <davor> seems there's only one store, and they sell in multiples of five
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[3:06] <pksato> remove from old not is use equipament.
[3:07] <davor> hmm... how do I know I won't end up with a TSOP17 or something
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[3:07] <pksato> its is standard.
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[3:08] <davor> ah, gotcha
[3:09] <pksato> for XXI sec.
[3:11] <davor> huh?
[3:11] <davor> ah
[3:11] <davor> century?
[3:11] <pksato> ah... TSO17xx is for 5V, need two extra resistor to make a voltage divider.
[3:12] <pksato> Oh, yes century (Seculo on portuguese and others).
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[3:14] <davor> ahh
[3:14] <davor> heh yeah, I first thought "second", then I remembered I had latin and still have italian in school... heh
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[3:14] <davor> secolo, saeculum
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[3:15] <davor> oh hey TSOP4838 is common on ebay
[3:15] <davor> 2.5-5.5v
[3:16] <davor> and works with the Pi it seems http://aron.ws/projects/lirc_rpi/
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[3:17] <Rexodus> Looks like something is broken? No upgrades for several weeks... http://pastebin.com/ru1g6UHx
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[3:18] <davor> just bought a TSOP4838 for .99 USD hehe
[3:18] <davor> free shipping too
[3:18] <CeilingKitten> ^_^ nice =)
[3:19] <pksato> Rexodus: Yes, it is correct.
[3:19] <davor> yeah heh, I love ebay
[3:20] <pksato> wheezy is stable debian. Now, have only security update.
[3:20] <davor> things do take their time to arrive, but at least I don't have to pay 10 bucks shipping for some 2-3 dollar obscure element
[3:20] <Rexodus> Ok, Thanks :)
[3:20] <davor> wow, time flies when you're having fun
[3:21] <davor> at least I'm sleeping in tomorrow heh
[3:21] <davor> got driving lessons the day after tomorrow, at 8.30 AM though
[3:22] <davor> I'll get a haircut on my way back too
[3:22] <davor> it's way too warm outside for 5 cm hair heh
[3:23] <davor> props to all those with longer hair in this weather, I don't know how you do it
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[3:25] <davor> I wonder if I could use this as a flatus detector http://www.ebay.com/itm/390639360160
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[3:26] <davor> I'm not even joking
[3:26] <davor> that would be fun. hook it up to a buzzer
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[3:27] <pksato> can do. ttl out only.
[3:29] <Phosie> davor: That would be hilarious.
[3:30] <Phosie> I'd be scared of false readings. "I didn't do it, I swear!"
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[3:30] <davor> most of the flatus consists of hydrogen and methane, to which this thing is sensitive to apparenlty
[3:30] <davor> yep, I'm definitely bidding on it.
[3:31] <Phosie> toot talk on #raspberrypi
[3:31] <davor> heh
[3:31] <davor> strictly scientific discussion though
[3:31] <Phosie> I need a pi project
[3:32] <davor> 0-5v output voltage... hrm
[3:32] <davor> that's no good
[3:32] <davor> I really have to invest in one of those boards that can take in 5v analog input
[3:33] <davor> I haven't finished my first two projects and I'm already buying parts for the third Phosie
[3:33] <Phosie> I have no ideas.
[3:34] <davor> I'd give you a few if I had em, this is my third one and my first two are play/pause/next/prev buttons for mpd control over wifi and a 5-pot equalizer
[3:34] <davor> oh wait, this is my fourth one
[3:34] <davor> my third one is IR control of the Pi
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[3:35] <Phosie> hmm...
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[3:36] <Firehopper> http://www.flickr.com/photos/firehopper/9453352493/ heres the first attempt with the python generated program.. its upside down. but I can fix that easily :)
[3:36] <davor> what's that expansion board called which supports 5v input and has analog pins for the Pi?
[3:37] <davor> nice one Firehopper !
[3:37] <Phosie> piface?
[3:39] <Firehopper> thanks :)
[3:39] <davor> hm, doesn't seem to have analog inputs
[3:39] <ripzay> you a corvette owner davor ?
[3:39] <davor> car or boat?
[3:39] <ripzay> or have i wondered onto someone elses photostream accidentally :P
[3:39] <ripzay> car..
[3:40] <davor> nope
[3:40] <Phosie> first expansion board that came to my head.
[3:40] <davor> neither actually
[3:40] <ripzay> fair enough
[3:40] <davor> hehe
[3:40] <ripzay> oh wait
[3:40] <davor> "davor" is a common first name in croatia
[3:40] <ripzay> i meant Firehopper, lol
[3:40] <ripzay> wrong link :D
[3:40] <davor> so I wouldn't be surprised
[3:40] <davor> ah hehe
[3:40] <ripzay> meh, whatever, bed time!
[3:41] <ripzay> nearly 3am and i have work tomorrow
[3:41] <ripzay> :o
[3:41] <CarlFK> Firehopper: where is the code for that ?
[3:41] <Phosie> gertboard davor?
[3:43] <davor> ah yep, seems that would work
[3:43] <davor> thanks Phosie
[3:43] <davor> good night ripzay
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[3:43] <Phosie> No problem.
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[3:47] <davor> that sensor usually goes for 3.60 USD (buy it now)
[3:47] <davor> auction starts at 3.49 USD
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[3:49] <pksato> http://dx.com/s/gas+sensor
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[3:50] <davor> oo nice, thanks
[3:50] <davor> I was mostly referring to the auction starting price being negligibly lower than the usual price
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[4:11] <davor> I'm still not sure whether or not the flatus will dissipate too much for it to be detected
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[4:13] <davor> I guess positioning it at waist-level might help a bit
[4:14] <Phosie> make it as a belt
[4:14] <Phosie> but...would anyone wear that?
[4:15] <davor> hmm
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[4:15] <davor> a briefcase!
[4:15] <davor> or a backpack
[4:15] <Phosie> thunderpants!
[4:15] <davor> hahaha
[4:16] <Phosie> I remember Mythbusters Kari Byron did something similar.
[4:17] <Phosie> She had a sensor but it kept going off on it's own, so they used a microphone instead.
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[4:17] <davor> oh yeah, I think I remember that episode
[4:18] <davor> she was as red as a tomato by the end of it iirc
[4:18] <Phosie> Yes :)
[4:22] <davor> I got another one, clapping
[4:22] <davor> I could have really used that, clap-clap, bam, my main PC is off
[4:24] <Phosie> I'd love that!
[4:24] <Phosie> I'm a lazy cow.
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[4:28] <jda2000> Is there a special reason for raspberian to use ext4?
[4:29] <pksato> only one, ext4 is main Linux fs.
[4:29] <davor> There's a project Phosie :)
[4:29] <jda2000> pksato, Thanks.
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[4:33] <Phosie> I have a song stuck in my head :(
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[4:49] <johnc-> there was a guy on the hack a day forums that made a board that could recognize a whistle
[4:49] <johnc-> hook that up to something, bam, whistle controlled home automation
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[6:09] * Xark links https://www.tindie.com/products/limpkin/the-whistled-assembled-pcb/
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[6:14] <MannDude> Quick question. I've got my RPI wired to my router, running a webserver. I can access it from all my personal devices in the house, including my wired to router desktop and laptop via wireless. But when my room mate tries to access the site http://raspberrypi.local he can't. He's using Windows, all my devices are linux
[6:14] <MannDude> Anyone know if he needs to do something specifically, or is the issue on my end?
[6:18] <mike_t> .local is mDNS zone. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zero-configuration_networking . Windows isn't able to do it out of the box.
[6:19] <MannDude> ah
[6:19] <Xark> MannDude: You may need to install Bonjour or equiv
[6:19] <MannDude> It's not my PC
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[6:19] <MannDude> So I don't have access to it
[6:19] <MannDude> It's on my network though
[6:19] <Xark> MannDude: OK, then your buddy needs to (comes with iTunes and I believe is available separately from Apple).
[6:20] <MannDude> Ah
[6:20] <Xark> MannDude: Or you can just use its IP address directly (but that may change...)
[6:20] <MannDude> So strange that it comes with such crap software (iTunes), haha. It's not that big of a deal, I just wanted him to test to see if it was working for him
[6:20] <MannDude> He doesn't really /need/ to access anything on it
[6:21] <Xark> MannDude: You can get it separately. Apple includes it because it uses it to talk to (e.g.) iTouch on LAN. See http://download.cnet.com/bonjour-for-windows/3028-18507_4-93550.html
[6:22] <Xark> Wait...don't use that link (evil installer)...
[6:22] <Xark> Try http://support.apple.com/kb/DL999
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[6:56] <CeilingKitten> cnet is so unclassy with their downloader installer adware
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[6:57] <Xark> CeilingKitten: I completely agree. Not cool.
[7:00] <CeilingKitten> I use softpedia =)
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[8:10] <pecorade> Hi,
[8:10] <pecorade> ops . :)
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[8:33] <McBofh> so ... do I take the kinda-MCE remote that i've got lying around, along with the IR-receiver-to-2.5mm TRS jack (ie, analog-ish) and hack it into something lirc can work with via the gpio pins, or do I wander over to my local pc parts distributor and fork over AUD45 for a Hauppauge MCE remote with usb receiver?
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[10:02] <pierrrrr> hey
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[10:03] <pierrrrr> anybody with some openmax knowledge?
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[10:16] <quackgyver> I had a friend named Max.
[10:16] <quackgyver> In kindergarten.
[10:16] <quackgyver> If that helps.
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[10:17] <linuxstb> pierrrrrr: What's your question?
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[10:20] <pierrrrrr> linuxstb: I am trying to use video_render component to show decoded jpeg image (from tunnelled image_decode), but pi isnt displaying anything
[10:20] <pierrrrrr> but no error callback is sent
[10:21] <pierrrrrr> are there any code samples showing how to use video_render to display a still image?
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[10:22] * pierrrrrr should be able to post code to github some time soon
[10:22] <GTRsdk> Has anyone tried to compile Android on this?
[10:22] <linuxstb> Not that I know of. Reading the docs at http://home.nouwen.name/RaspberryPi/documentation/ilcomponents/video_render.html it talks about "setting the port definition to an image domain" - have you done that?
[10:22] <linuxstb> GTRsdk: That was to pierrrrrr, not you ;)
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[10:23] <pierrrrrr> linuxstb: yes, I have set eDomain to image
[10:23] <GTRsdk> linuxstb: alright :-)
[10:24] <pierrrrrr> OMX_PARAM_PORTDEFINITIONTYPE.eDomain
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[10:25] <pierrrrrr> but i have not got any clock or video_scheduler connected to video_render
[10:25] <pierrrrrr> (i was hoping these are not required to have still image displayed)
[10:26] <linuxstb> pierrrrrr: You shouldn't need to. I've played with the camera module in openmax, and just have a camera -> video_render pipeline, which works.
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[10:27] <pierrrrrr> i am interfacing with openmax via Python ctypes, I might have some issues there (will try to write C code only)
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[10:31] <fisher> hi anyone here develops / contributes packages for pidora?
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[10:38] <wathek> I had a nightmare, my raspberry pi was overheating and it reached 80� C I was worried about it :p and when I woke up I checked the temprature and guess what it's currently at 43.3�C :p
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[11:21] <owen_> wathek: http://www.overclock.net/t/1404207/extreme-cooled-raspberry-pi
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[11:28] <willybilly0101> wholly shit
[11:28] <willybilly0101> 3.3 Ghz
[11:28] <Encrypt> willybilly0101, On your Raspberry Pi?
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[11:29] <willybilly0101> <owen_> wathek: http://www.overclock.net/t/1404207/extreme-cooled-raspberry-pi
[11:29] <Encrypt> :D
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[11:33] <willybilly0101> any solutions for raspberrypi full disk encryption?
[11:34] <pecorade> lol 3.3 GHz
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[12:02] <wathek> no way !!!
[12:02] <wathek> 3Ghz !!!
[12:03] <gyeben> ???
[12:05] <wathek> 4.133 Ghz
[12:05] <wathek> http://www.overclock.net/t/1404207/extreme-cooled-raspberry-pi/30
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[12:09] <ShorTie> mineral oil in a deep freeze and go for 6ghz, lol.
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[12:10] <[Saint]> can't.
[12:11] <[Saint]> It'll top out around 4GHz.
[12:12] <ShorTie> was just kidding
[12:13] <ShorTie> never really seen overclocking of much use
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[12:19] <gyeben> I thought that over_voltage can be only set between -16 and 8
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[12:21] <[Saint]> that's correct.
[12:21] <[Saint]> well, afaik its correct.
[12:21] <[Saint]> it may well let you apply a higher value, but just cap it at the limit.
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[12:32] <gyeben> Could someone share the contents of /etc/ld.so.conf.d/ ?
[12:32] <kephra> gyeben, include /etc/ld.so.conf.d/*.conf
[12:33] <kephra> this directory contains "00-vmcs.conf arm-linux-gnueabihf.conf libc.conf" here
[12:33] <gyeben> kephra: thanks
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[12:34] <ShorTie> raspberrypi-firmware.conf is all i got
[12:34] <ShiftPlusOne> gyeben, just saw your thread on the forum. it's very unlikely that this is all you lost. Expect all kinds of problems =/
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[12:37] <gyeben> ShiftPlusOne: well, fsck only fixed a very few problems
[12:37] <gyeben> so I think I was quite lucky
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[14:27] <MrVector> I keep losing it, where are the two reference manuals for the Pi? :(
[14:27] <MrVector> There's one that covers the CPU, and then oneabout the pi peripherals
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[14:30] <johang> MrVector: http://elinux.org/RPi_Documentation
[14:30] <MrVector> A-ha! There's one http://www.raspberrypi.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/02/BCM2835-ARM-Peripherals.pdf
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[14:32] <MrVector> Sweet, http://infocenter.arm.com/help/topic/com.arm.doc.ddi0301h/DDI0301H_arm1176jzfs_r0p7_trm.pdf I'm all good now! :-)
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[14:42] <pronto> http://www.mcmelectronics.com/product/83-15202&p=? Integrates both Raspberry Pi and Arduino platforms together < neat
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[14:45] <Firehopper> pronto. www.udoo.org :)
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[14:51] <Vostok> udoo is different
[14:51] <Vostok> that thing pronto pasted is an addon for raspi
[14:51] <pronto> Vostok: an addon? i thought it was a combined rpi and arduino
[14:51] <Vostok> watch the video
[14:52] <Vostok> it connects to raspi
[14:52] <pronto> http://www.mcmelectronics.com/content/productimages/s5/83-15202_2.jpg oh, i see now
[14:52] <Vostok> it has no usb, ethernet or anything
[14:52] <pronto> i thought that price was to good
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[15:17] <Phosie> 2:15pm, and I'm ready for bed...
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[15:28] <spobat> hi
[15:28] <spobat> can i use the raspberry pi + a ssd card for a small git server?
[15:29] <Phosie> I'm no expert but...most likely.
[15:29] <hifi> yes
[15:29] <hifi> what's an ssd card though?
[15:29] <spobat> is doing that a good idea?
[15:29] <hifi> you have a complete backup of all your gir repos on each developers machine, so I don't see it being a bad idea either
[15:29] <hifi> git*
[15:30] <spobat> solid state disk
[15:30] <hifi> yes, sd cards are flash memory, but what's an ssd card?
[15:30] <hifi> is that some higher grade one?
[15:31] <bacobart> it's most likely a typo ;p
[15:31] <hifi> he did open up what ssd meant so I suppose it wasn't
[15:32] <spobat> google ssd :>
[15:32] <bob_binz> Afternoon, is gordonDrogon around (or anyone that knows about Pi to AVR), I have a Q about avrdude
[15:32] <hifi> spobat: we all know what ssd is, we don't know what an an ssd card is though, at least I don't
[15:33] <spobat> ssd disk?
[15:33] <spobat> :}
[15:33] <hifi> you said card
[15:33] <spobat> yes, whatever.
[15:33] <hifi> it was confusing
[15:33] <spobat> okay
[15:33] <spobat> i feel sorry for that, then ;>
[15:33] <gyeben> :D
[15:34] <hifi> if your data will reside in the disk there is no reason why the pi wouldn't fit
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[15:37] <Haxxa> Hello, I'm using my raspberry pi to help a disabled person, what would be the best mp3 player that would work with buttons from the gpio?
[15:38] <hifi> if you want to support more media formats try mplayer
[15:38] <hifi> or vlc, they both support "remote control"
[15:38] <Haxxa> hmm well it basically needs to be controled by gpio and can quickly skip tracks and play pause - thats it
[15:39] <gordonDrogon> bob_binz, ping?
[15:39] <Haxxa> I am using arcade buttons so the person can interface with it easily
[15:39] <bob_binz> please, if you're free
[15:39] <gordonDrogon> what's up?
[15:39] <hifi> Haxxa: http://www.mplayerhq.hu/DOCS/tech/slave.txt
[15:39] <hifi> you can give commands to mplayer through that
[15:40] * gyeben is having fun with compiling quake3
[15:40] <hifi> you just need to write the glue program that takes gpio commands and runs mplayer commands to mplayer
[15:40] <Phosie> It takes ages on a pi
[15:40] <bob_binz> gordonDrogon, I was just wondering what I need to modify to make an avrdude that supports your gpio and the avrdude that supports alamode
[15:40] <Haxxa> Hmm I think mpd may be better though as it can load thousands of mp3 and plays them easily
[15:41] <bob_binz> at the mo, I keep having to copy avrdude and the config files to switch between
[15:41] <hifi> Haxxa: not a bad idea either
[15:42] <hifi> you can completely control it with the mpc client without writing any actual code
[15:43] <gordonDrogon> bob_binz, the avrdude on my website supports gpio.
[15:43] <davor> hm, just nearly sliced a flap of live skin off my finger
[15:44] <davor> luckily, a bandaid coupled with some tape took care of it, after rinsing it with water and applying medical alcohol
[15:44] <davor> I just somehow felt I needed to share my adventures with you guys, even if they are cooking adventures
[15:44] <Phosie> Ouch.
[15:44] <Phosie> Did you win that thing on Ebay?
[15:45] <gordonDrogon> bob_binz, Hm. those alamode boards actually shipping?
[15:45] <davor> yeah. saved an entirety of 11 pence compared to regular price
[15:45] <davor> I'm a cheapskate heh.
[15:45] <Phosie> Better than nothing,
[15:45] <davor> indeed
[15:45] <bob_binz> gordonDrogon, yes, I've been using it, but I also just built a paper-duino which uses a driver called alamode, which is built into the developer's own avrdude - I would like to combine
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[15:46] <bob_binz> gordonDrogon, I don't, (actually, I'm new to AVR!) all I know is the the paper-PCB arduino thingy needs alamode
[15:46] <bob_binz> gordonDrogon, http://www.paperpcb.dernulleffekt.de/doku.php?id=raspberry_boards:paperduinopi, if you're interested
[15:46] <gordonDrogon> bob_binz, no idea what the paper-pcb arduino is - alamode is an arduino that sits on top of a Pi (isn't it?)
[15:48] <bob_binz> gordonDrogon, ok, I may be completely confused - I thought I understood that your avrdude supports gpio (which it does) and the avrdude from the link I just posted supports this Pi-top paper-PCB thing. I was hoping to make a one-stop-shop
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[15:49] <gordonDrogon> bob_binz, I added in gpio support to avrdude for the gertboard.
[15:49] <gordonDrogon> it programs the atmega on the gertboard using the gpio rather than serial.
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[15:50] <gordonDrogon> why the designer of the alamode didn't copy it, I've no idea as it was all out there...
[15:50] <gordonDrogon> however - if you've built your own arduino from scratch then you can either use standard avrdude, or connect up the SPI port to it to program it directly.
[15:52] <Haxxa> how would I interface buttons with mpd?
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[15:52] <gordonDrogon> Haxxa, does it have some hooks to allow 'buttons' to be interfaced into it?
[15:53] <Haxxa> I don't know a lot of people have don it with python scrip
[15:53] <bob_binz> Ok, thanks for your assistance gordonDrogon - I think I need to understand more about how this other board is configured
[15:53] <gordonDrogon> bob_binz, I've recently updated my avrdude too - it's now 100x faster at programming too..
[15:53] <gordonDrogon> bob_binz, how you program any atmega depends on how its connected to the host - serial or parallel.
[15:53] <bob_binz> gordonDrogon, I know - your avrdude is cool with my gertboard, I just wanted to have a go at this "build-yourself" thing too, but it's cumbersome using two avrdudes
[15:54] <gordonDrogon> bob_binz, for serial, you need an avrdude with a compatible bootloader. for parallel (ICSP), you need an avrdude with a programmer device going to the chip, or directly via the Pi's GPIO.
[15:54] <bob_binz> gordonDrogon, presumably the 328 on the gertboard has a bootloader that can be programmed serially?
[15:55] <gordonDrogon> The 328 on the Gertboard has *no* bootloader.
[15:55] <gordonDrogon> that's why we program it via the ICSP port - via those 4 jumper wires from the gpio port.
[15:55] <bob_binz> ahhh, ok, well now the penny is dropping
[15:56] <Haxxa> if ( GPIO.input(17) == True):
[15:56] <Haxxa> os.system("mpc prev")
[15:56] <Haxxa> time.sleep(1)
[15:56] <Haxxa> os.system("mpc play")
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[15:56] <Haxxa> thats the code I think
[15:56] <bob_binz> gordonDrogon, so I have another 328 (not a P version) with a Duemilanove bootloader - can that be programmed serially?
[15:56] <Haxxa> So I talk to mpc not mpd
[15:56] <gordonDrogon> I'm surprised that someone has added in a new serial bootloader type for the alamode board. you can buy atmegas reay programmed with the standard serial bootloader.
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[15:57] <gordonDrogon> bob_binz, it can be programmed serially - if it already has the bootloader in it - the 2009's usually do have the bootlaoder.
[15:57] <bob_binz> gordonDrogon, well it's all new to me - I'm just learning what works with what
[15:57] <gordonDrogon> bob_binz, personally, I prefer to not use a bootloader, however it's easy if you're using a standard 2009/Uno via USB serial.
[15:58] <gordonDrogon> and this week I'e been working on another arduino type board for the Pi and it uses the same gpio programming method as the Gertboard does - makes it somewhat easy...
[15:58] <bob_binz> well I don't have an arduino or an ISP, so I was kind of trying to wing it with the gertboard and/or this homemade version
[15:58] <gordonDrogon> bob_binz, the Pi acts as the ISP device via the GPIO.
[15:59] <gordonDrogon> so if your paper pcb version runs at 3.3v then you can put it on-top of the gertboard and just move the jumper wires to it.
[16:00] <bob_binz> gordonDrogon, unfortunately, the way the veroboard circuit is designed, there's no access to the SPI interface on the Pi
[16:00] <bob_binz> only serial
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[16:01] <gordonDrogon> ok.
[16:02] <gordonDrogon> put the 328p into the gertboard, and use the burn bootloader option.
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[16:02] <gordonDrogon> the nyou get a 328p with a standard serial bootloader.
[16:02] <gordonDrogon> the nyou can use a serial interface to your paper-pcb version.
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[16:02] <gordonDrogon> however you'll need a manual reset switch - just like the pre 2009 days - ready the programmer, push reset, hit enter...
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[16:04] <bob_binz> hmm, ok....sounds like I need to do some reading - perhaps I bit off too much....thanks for all your advice....I'll keep my eye out for your Pi-top board
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[16:07] <gordonDrogon> it's not mine.
[16:07] <gbaman> wait... pi can be used as an ISP to program an arduino...
[16:07] <gordonDrogon> yes.
[16:07] <gbaman> ...
[16:07] <gbaman> of course...
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[16:07] <gordonDrogon> I've been programming atmega 48 all week on mine. and a 328. and a 168.
[16:08] <gordonDrogon> not tried an attiny85 yet - not reason it won't work either.
[16:08] <gbaman> oooo
[16:08] <gordonDrogon> as long as it's all running at 3.3v.
[16:08] <Phosie> I don't even know where to start.
[16:08] <gbaman> it happily runs at the current 2.7
[16:08] <gbaman> v
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[16:13] <gordonDrogon> I've been doing a lot of low-power atmega stuff this week too. I have an atmega down to under 1�A.
[16:13] <gordonDrogon> while still doing some work...
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[16:13] <gordonDrogon> so lasts for years on a good coin cell.
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[16:18] <bob_binz> "<gordonDrogon> it's not mine." ahh, sorry, when you said working on, I thought you meant making, not coding for
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[16:18] <Phosie> I thought that too.
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[16:19] <gordonDrogon> no - this is another board. going to be interesting when it's released I think.
[16:20] <gordonDrogon> but a part of it has an atmega 48p on it with a little battery.
[16:23] <gyeben> my build of Quake3 keeps freezing whenever I start a level - what can be the problem?
[16:23] <Phosie> Are you running it from the gui?
[16:24] <Phosie> eg you're in X
[16:24] <ShiftPlusOne> gyeben, in my case, I didn't have enough gpu_mem
[16:24] <gyeben> I'm trying to run it from the terminal
[16:25] <Phosie> There's your problem, try straight from the command line
[16:25] <Phosie> Mine would stutter and lag at the start when I ran it from a GUI terminal
[16:25] <Phosie> did it straight from CLI and it worked a treat.
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[16:26] <gyeben> oops, I didn't use the right word
[16:27] <gyeben> when I said terminal I meant the CLI
[16:27] <gyeben> :)
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[16:27] <Phosie> Ahh. erm... then I can only suggest you try increasing the gpu_mem
[16:28] <ShiftPlusOne> I like your thinking >.>
[16:28] <Phosie> My idea didn't work, let's try yours. :)
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[16:32] <gyeben> I have increased gpu_mem to 192
[16:32] <gyeben> and now it starts the level, but still freezes after half a minute
[16:33] <Phosie> That's strange.
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[16:34] <Phosie> I had no issues running it on a stock pi when not in X
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[16:34] <ShiftPlusOne> gyeben, how much total memory do you have? is it a 256MB pi or 512MB?
[16:35] <ShiftPlusOne> Well, you said 192, so definitely not 256MB, I guess... never mind.
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[16:43] <gyeben> I changed my overclock settings, and now it works
[16:43] <Phosie> Good. :)
[16:43] <ShiftPlusOne> What did you have to change exactly?
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[16:45] <gyeben> well my settings were: CPU: 1100Mhz and GPU: 250Mhz and I changed this to CPU: 1050Mhz and GPU: 300Mhz
[16:45] <ShiftPlusOne> ah
[16:46] <Phosie> Your CPU was nearly running at the speed of my netbook.
[16:47] <gyeben> Phosie: what kind of netbook do you have?
[16:48] <Phosie> Asus Eee-pc 1011PX
[16:48] <PhotoJim> My ancient netbook runs at 1.6 GHz, and it's old. (Atom N270)
[16:48] <Phosie> Mine runs at 1.6
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[16:59] <kephra> eeepc 1000 and eeepc 701 here ;-)
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[18:06] <dagerik> im getting a black sceen here using vga to hdmi converter. got ssh access
[18:06] <dagerik> help
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[18:09] <Matt> wouldn't you want HDMI to VGA?
[18:10] <dagerik> Matt: yes you are correct
[18:10] <dagerik> i am converting hdmi signal to vga signal
[18:10] <dagerik> but monitor is black
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[18:11] <dagerik> xbmc worked fine earlier using the converter
[18:11] <dagerik> but now with arch, it is not working
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[18:14] <Wulong> Whats recommended R/W (class) for SD card?
[18:14] <ShorTie> think most try for a 10
[18:14] <Matt> for a while, folk were recommending 6
[18:15] <Matt> check the wiki - there's a lot of reported information there for which cards people have tried
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[18:18] <ShorTie> i like my topram 8gb class 10's
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[18:19] <ShorTie> i wouldn't buy a big 1 to hold any real data on
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[18:20] <Matt> I think I'm booting my pi from a 128MB card at the moment :)
[18:21] <Matt> just enough space for the firmware and a kernel
[18:21] <kephra> *aehm* what is the "r/w class"?
[18:21] <Matt> the rest comes over NFS
[18:21] <kephra> any URL explaining it?
[18:22] <ShorTie> it's how fast it can be read or writen to
[18:22] <kephra> *ah*
[18:23] <PhotoJim> Wulong: if you don't care about I/O speed, it doesn't terribly matter. My SD card is just for local storage (any useful content is streamed from my server) so I have a Class 4 in one Pi and it's fine enough. The other is Class 10. There is a noticeable difference in how fast the second one can do a system update compared to the first, but otherwise I barely notice any difference.
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[18:24] <megaproxy> how does one turn off the camera board led?
[18:24] <megaproxy> people talk about the config.txt
[18:24] <megaproxy> but what config.txt are they on about.. where is it?
[18:24] <ShorTie> mlocate is your friend
[18:25] <megaproxy> never used that
[18:25] <megaproxy> brb
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[18:30] <megaproxy> ok, command not found
[18:31] <ShorTie> apt-get install mlocate ??
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[18:32] <megaproxy> got no network on it atm
[18:32] <megaproxy> just patched in the office and its not quite finished hah
[18:32] <megaproxy> i found the config.txt in /boot
[18:32] <davor> I made SAUCE https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/12582342/20130807_181934.jpg
[18:33] <megaproxy> i assume its this one i need to edit
[18:33] <davor> ...about 4 litres of it
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[18:33] <megaproxy> ok that didnt work..
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[18:34] <kephra> davor, how many kg of noodles do you want to cook, how many people do you want to feed?
[18:34] <davor> well I kind of went overboard, it's just me at the moment
[18:34] <davor> I'll keep making noodles until I run out of sauce
[18:34] <SpeedEvil> Freezing works well for sauces.
[18:34] <megaproxy> http://www.raspberrypi.org/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?t=44759&p=355988
[18:35] <megaproxy> is this the correct method?
[18:35] <davor> I'll freeze the surplus then
[18:35] <megaproxy> oh i spelled disable wrong
[18:35] <kephra> so you want to eat noodles for the next 10-20 days (assuming 200-400ml per dish)
[18:35] <megaproxy> hahah, im retarded today
[18:36] <davor> assume 400 ml per dish, and 3 dishes per day
[18:36] <megaproxy> awesome, works now
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[18:40] <davor> I should really estimate my ingredients' quantities more carefully next time though
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[18:41] <johnc-> I just turned on my bouncer, should I ask why people are eating noodles for half a month?
[18:41] <davor> because they have accidentally made 4 litres of spaghetti sauce
[18:41] <johnc-> or do I just assume student?
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[18:42] <johnc-> 4 liters of spaghetti sauce? LOL
[18:42] <davor> "very novice cook" will do
[18:42] <davor> hey this is the first thing I have ever cooked!
[18:43] <davor> firstly I'm quite chuffed I didn't bring the roof down to be honest
[18:43] <davor> I did nearly cut off a piece of my finger
[18:43] <davor> but that's all taken care of
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[18:45] <megaproxy> guyzzzz
[18:46] <megaproxy> does the pibow case have a slot for the camera
[18:46] <megaproxy> hard to tell from the pics
[18:46] <megaproxy> oh wait, it does
[18:46] <dagerik> aplay -l -- shows no sound cards. help
[18:47] <johnc-> don't worry about the cut thing, my wife has a habit of grating her thumb knuckle
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[18:48] <davor> ouch
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[18:48] <davor> nah the skin flap is in place, healing
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[18:48] <davor> I'm trying to find a friend that isn't over at the seaside to come over and EAT
[18:49] <nmpro> lol.. davor, you guys crack me up.
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[18:56] <davor> oh well you know what, at least it doesn't seem to be nasty sauce
[18:56] <davor> having to eat a tonne of decent sauce beats the hell out of having to eat a tonne of yucky sauce
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[19:00] <dagerik> aplay -l -- shows no sound cards. help
[19:00] <dagerik> using arch
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[19:14] <dagerik> how can i get audio on 3.5mm jack when i got hdmi tv connected?
[19:14] <dagerik> using arch
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[19:16] <CeilingKitten> dagerik, you need to edit your config.txt
[19:17] <dagerik> really? cant i switch without rebooting?
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[19:17] <CeilingKitten> sudo nano config.txt | i dont know the line you add but i think its hdmi_drive 2 ? you want to set it for hdmi/dvi and then use the 3.5mm audio change to analog in the settings i think?
[19:17] <CeilingKitten> you need to reboot after changing it
[19:17] <CeilingKitten> thats my rough knowledge of it maybe someone else can explain in more detail
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[19:19] <CeilingKitten> i know it has to do with the config.txt though =) once its changed i think you can just use 3.5mm without any changes, but i've not done it yet myself
[19:19] <CeilingKitten> if you are using xbmc, raspbmc or something then you need to switch it to analog audio i think
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[19:35] <linuxstb> dagerik: I don't know about alsa (or arch for that matter), but for openmax applications (e.g. omxplayer), you can specify the audio device as a command-line parameter. I would have expected the ALSA driver to allow you to switch though.
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[19:39] <dagerik> linuxstb: okay thanks, im using mpg123
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[19:40] <linuxstb> You could probably just replace that with omxplayer, unless there are special features in mpg123.
[19:40] <linuxstb> By default omxplayer outputs to the analogue audio, use "-o hdmi" for hdmi.
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[19:40] <linuxstb> omxplayer doesn't use ALSA.
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[20:03] <megaproxy> http://i.imgur.com/avjtaQ8.jpg
[20:03] <megaproxy> http://i.imgur.com/lT23eie.jpg
[20:05] <nmpro> megaproxy, nice!
[20:06] <megaproxy> ill come up with a better way to keep the camera, just a temp thing atm
[20:07] <IT_Sean> Nice pibow case. the cardboard lets it down a bit, though.
[20:07] <megaproxy> haha
[20:07] <megaproxy> annoyingly, this pibow case did not have a hole for the camera ribbon
[20:07] <megaproxy> :(
[20:07] <megaproxy> ill dremmel one in
[20:07] <megaproxy> and make a much better camera thing
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[20:15] <kephra> megaproxy, http://kephra.de/blog/Hackerspace/IMG_20130729_142519-q.jpg <- my raspicam
[20:15] <kephra> http://kephra.de/blog/Hackerspace/IMG_20130729_142532-q.jpg <- closeup
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[20:41] <davor> there might be a bit too much of the sauce, but it's awesome sauce
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[20:45] <megaproxy> kephra: neat :D
[20:45] <megaproxy> im using mine as a dashcam
[20:46] <kephra> megaproxy, sounds like the russian way to monitor police and traffic accidents
[20:47] * kephra is using it for bird watching and developing an opencv application to detect herons, cormorants, ...
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[20:51] <lufie> hi, what can i do if i have analog audio issues ? crackeling .....
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[20:57] <Space_Man> new audio cables
[20:58] <Space_Man> ?
[20:58] <lufie> issue only exists after playing some audio
[20:58] <nmpro> use HDMI for audio.. :-)
[20:59] <lufie> ;-(
[20:59] <lufie> no hdmi on my old DVI monitor
[20:59] <nmpro> :(
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[21:14] <nmpro> wish I could help you lufie, but I never use the analog audio.. have you checked the forums?
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[21:16] <megaproxy> so how does -t 300000 = 5 mins
[21:18] <lufie> nmpr: yes multiple times and there are multiple problems ;-) nothing helps
[21:21] <pksato> lufie: updated firmware and kernel.
[21:21] <pksato> or, lastes version of OS images.
[21:21] <lufie> how can i check the version ?
[21:22] <pksato> rpi-update or you OS method.
[21:22] <lufie> ok
[21:22] <lufie> will try
[21:23] <pksato> but, some issues can't not be solved.
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[21:26] <pksato> humm, these two pwm channels used on audio, can be used to control speed of motor? (with some hw modifications).
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[22:13] <gordonDrogon> if you can dig-out the 2nd PWM line, then yes, can be used for speed control.
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[22:18] <lloowen> Hello all! Having problems with sound on my rp. Sound works with lxde when I login into the default pi user, but I have also crated another user that uses blackbox wm and the sound does not work. I suspect there is a configuration setting that I
[22:18] <lloowen> I've missed in a . file in my home directory
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[22:19] <ShorTie> did you add the user to the right groups ??
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[22:23] <lloowen> ShorTie: Which groups would that be?
[22:24] <kephra> lloowen, just `vi /etc/group` and add your user to every group that is pi, :g/pi$/s/$/,youruserid/
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[22:25] <ShorTie> try like 'group root' then 'group <user>'
[22:25] <pksato> lloowen: that command you used to create user?
[22:25] <ShorTie> so so sorry, that is groups
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[22:26] <kephra> ShorTie, the root user is normally only in root group
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[22:27] <kephra> lloowen, just try my vi global substitute command
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[22:27] * ShorTie blind
[22:27] <lloowen> kephra: Thanks, I'll give that a try and thank you to ShorTie :)
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[22:28] <ShorTie> groups --help might help too...
[22:29] <lloowen> By the way, is there a way to change the resolution on the fly? I have a huge collection of films in standard format. They are tiny when viewed in HD :(
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[22:32] <lloowen> pksato: I used groupadd and useradd to create the user
[22:33] <pksato> next time, use adduser
[22:33] <ShorTie> you still have to tell it what groups you want the user in, don't cha ??
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[22:34] <pksato> Yes, and no.
[22:35] <pksato> --add_extra_groups and EXTRA_GROUPS on /etc/adduser.conf need to use.
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[22:43] <lloowen> Great that sorted out the sound. :)
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[22:59] <SrRaven> theoretically, how many pictures can the pi and pi-cam deal with per second ?
[22:59] <lloowen> My old media player(thin client) connected to the TV(HD) using VGA, now I'm using HDMI with the rp and all the films are shown in a small area in the middle of the screen. :| Is there a way to zoom in, or do I have to revert back to vga in order to view these films in full screen?
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[23:00] <SpeedEvil> lloowen: Binoculars.
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[23:02] <lloowen> SpeedEvil: I guess that means you don't know?
[23:02] <Romeo-> get better hardware dude:)
[23:03] <SpeedEvil> I vaguely remember it's something to do with the overscan setting - I've not been screwing with it though - it just works for me.
[23:03] <Romeo-> .oO( or a older tv...)
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[23:05] <CeilingKitten> lloowen, you need to change your /boot/config.txt
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[23:05] <lloowen> The HD quality works well with my HD TV, it's just that my films are not in HD format I guess. Otherwise there are no black borders around the desktop, just when I play film using mplayer
[23:06] <pksato> lloowen: only movie is on small area?
[23:06] <pksato> or, all screen/desktop area?
[23:06] <lloowen> pksato: yes, its only the movies
[23:06] <PhotoJim> HD is a resolution, not an aspect ratio.
[23:06] <CeilingKitten> lloowen, you playing the video in OMXPlayer?
[23:06] <pksato> is is on full screen?
[23:06] <PhotoJim> if you mean 16:9 then no, most amateur video is not 16:9.
[23:07] <CeilingKitten> if you run omxplayer from cmdline it cuts the top and bottom, i remember someone saying they had to setup xterm or something so it would play fullscreen
[23:07] <lloowen> CeilingKitte: I usually use mplayer from the command line to play movies.
[23:07] <Romeo-> yeah
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[23:08] <Romeo-> use them in fullscreenmode then
[23:08] <jedahan> Is there a way to run xorg applications over screen
[23:08] <jedahan> if I am using a usb-ttl cable?
[23:08] <pksato> mplayer? and can play smoother?
[23:08] <CeilingKitten> lloowen, try this instead of mplayer if we are talking about your pi..... omxplayer -o hdmi /home/lloowen/movie.avi
[23:09] <lloowen> Romeo: I use the -fs option(full screen) with mplayer
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[23:09] <pksato> I dont know if mplayer have support to openmax.
[23:10] <CeilingKitten> omxplayer has a gtk gui you can run from the desktop, and a commandline ui now too floating around, they are pretty decent
[23:10] <CeilingKitten> my understanding was omxplayer is the only player with full support on the pi
[23:10] <ShorTie> screen is a cli, can't handle gui stuff jedahan
[23:11] <CeilingKitten> jedahan, you could X11 forward apps, through SSH putty or anything else can do it
[23:11] <jedahan> well, if i could run something else, i just want X over serial :-p
[23:11] <jedahan> yeah i dont have networking nor a display to plug this into
[23:11] <PhotoJim> time to deploy networking then
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[23:11] <CeilingKitten> x11 allows you to run soemthing on the pi, and see the application on your laptop as if it was running on the laptop
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[23:12] <CeilingKitten> idk how fast it would be over serial i wouldnt recommend anything to intensive and it only does the app window, not the whole os
[23:12] <ShorTie> ya, vnc ap's
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[23:13] <PhotoJim> serial would be 115200 bps.
[23:13] <PhotoJim> Ethernet is 100000000 bps.
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[23:14] <pksato> jedahan: use a serial to establish a ppp conection, now you can use xdmcp to get X11 session.
[23:14] <PhotoJim> even old 10BaseT 10 Mbps Ethernet is a hundred times faster than the Pi's serial port.
[23:14] <jedahan> thanks pksato I'll search for it
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[23:15] <pksato> use, it is realy slow.
[23:15] <Phosie> Can I use omxplayer from the CLI? or do I need to open a terminal in the GUI and launch it from there
[23:15] <pksato> Phosie: yes. no need gui.
[23:15] <Phosie> Thanks pksato
[23:16] <Phosie> It's been so long since I used it.
[23:16] <davor> can I define two python functions and use the first one in the second one?
[23:16] <pksato> davor: do not?
[23:18] <davor> no? hmm...
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[23:21] <pksato> or why not?
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[23:22] <davor> ahh
[23:22] <davor> sorry, I misunderstood heh. thanks man!
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[23:24] <lloowen> CeilingKitten: Thanks your suggestion work much better than mplayer. Do you know how I can get full screen though? I can't see the option in the man pages for omxplayer
[23:24] <nmpro> davor, did you finish off your sauce yet? ;)
[23:25] <davor> haha nah, ate about half a litre of it
[23:25] <davor> put the rest in the fridge
[23:25] <davor> I plan on eating most of it tomorrow heh
[23:25] <nmpro> lol.. nice!
[23:26] <ShorTie> the bigger the batch of sauce you make, the better it taste
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[23:26] <davor> hehe
[23:26] <CeilingKitten> lloowen, im not sure i remember it being a process with xterm to create a fake screen to run omxplayer on so it didnt cut the edges off, i can google it if you give me a moment
[23:26] <davor> I don't know though, every like 5th bite, the meat tastes a bit weird
[23:27] <davor> sort of like I ate a cartilage
[23:27] <davor> or something
[23:27] <davor> well, I might have, it's minced meat
[23:27] <davor> they throw everything and anything in that
[23:27] <CeilingKitten> well you know hamburgers have the dna of hundreds of cows
[23:27] <CeilingKitten> so maybe every 5th bite is a different group of funny tasting cattle o-o
[23:27] <davor> I don't think it's undercooked, I've been cooking it for about 50 minutes (850 grams)
[23:27] <Phosie> heh, I can't work out how to get to just a CLI, I'm always at LXDM login screen (arch)
[23:27] <ShorTie> well, give that bite to the dog and move onto the 6th
[23:27] <davor> hahaha, indeed CeilingKitten
[23:28] <davor> hahahaha
[23:28] <nmpro> wanna talk about funny beef.. look at this... http://culturedbeef.net/
[23:28] <nmpro> lol
[23:28] <davor> well if it's in my mouth, I might as well swallow it :p
[23:28] <CeilingKitten> davor thats ^ not right o-o
[23:28] <lloowen> CeilingKitten: I found this blog, looks like it is the -r flag http://stevenhickson.blogspot.co.uk/2012/08/setting-up-omxplayer-gui-on-raspberry-pi.html
[23:28] <nmpro> lol.. haha.. no .. not right at all
[23:28] <CeilingKitten> if its in your hand you meat as well put it in your mouth?
[23:28] <ShorTie> i was goona comment, FFC kicked in, lol.
[23:29] <davor> oh, no, those bites don't look any different CeilingKitten
[23:29] <davor> they just taste a bit different
[23:29] <CeilingKitten> lloowen, i think thats the one, there is a CLI gui form python, and a GTK GUi so you can run it windows from the desktop.
[23:29] * Phosie scratches her head
[23:29] <CeilingKitten> =) hi phosie whatcha pondering?
[23:30] <Phosie> How to get to a CLI, the closest i can get is the lxdm (or lxde) login screen.
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[23:31] <Phosie> was hoping to use omxplayer without starting x on arch
[23:32] <CeilingKitten> >.> should be able to boot without gui
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[23:33] <ShorTie> in xdm's config is where you pick your defualt gui
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[23:33] <davor> Phosie, wait, Arch came with lxde?
[23:34] <Phosie> No, I added it manually davor
[23:34] <ShorTie> keep xdm from loading at boot will lead you to cli
[23:34] <Phosie> a-ha! got it!...somehow
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[23:34] <davor> ah
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[23:36] <Phosie> All is well.
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[23:41] <SrRaven> theoretically, how many pictures can the pi and pi-cam deal with per second ? (for making constant pictures of my progress,without me having to do anything)
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[23:41] <SpeedEvil> video
[23:42] <Encrypt> Someone overclocked his Raspberry Pi to 2.4GHz! :p
[23:42] <Encrypt> http://www.overclock.net/t/1404207/extreme-cooled-raspberry-pi
[23:42] <Encrypt> (her or his*)
[23:43] <pksato> SrRaven: YOU mean frame rate
[23:43] <pksato> I dont know
[23:43] <SrRaven> No, I mean pictures. I dont need a Video
[23:43] <nmpro> SrRaven, have you checked here -> http://elinux.org/Rpi_Camera_Module
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[23:44] <SrRaven> but want to have pictures taken at least every 2 seconds,just not sure how fast pi/pi-cam can be
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[23:44] <nmpro> why not just try.. then you'll know.. :)
[23:44] <pksato> 1080@ 30fps
[23:45] <SrRaven> because I dont have it yet and wont order before i know it,otherwise ill go with different options
[23:45] <nmpro> ahh
[23:45] <ShorTie> video is 25-30 fps, so 2 seconds is 50-60 pictures
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[23:46] <SrRaven> kinda good point
[23:46] <SrRaven> but 30 pictures a minute seems fine
[23:47] <SrRaven> still should be smaller file size than Video
[23:47] <CeilingKitten> lloowen, if you want to simplify that command for fullscreen omxplayer you can create an alias in your ~/.bash_profile
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[23:48] <SrRaven> problem is,id love to stream to my main PC and record the stream,but the workspace of mine I want to take the footage of, doesnt have LAN. And im not so sure if WIFi can handle a 720p stream
[23:48] <CeilingKitten> alias play="xterm -fullscreen -fg black -bg black -e omxplayer -o hdmi -r"
[23:48] <ShorTie> if nothing moves, video isn't much i don't think
[23:48] <CeilingKitten> then everytime you login the alias play is created, you cna just do, play file.avi
[23:48] <SrRaven> well im not going to record nothing,ill be recording my progress of my work
[23:49] <pksato> SrRaven: you can stream a HD video too. h264 encoded.
[23:49] <ShorTie> probily be better to capture video, then you can pick your pictures out of it
[23:50] <SrRaven> and WiFi can handle that?
[23:50] <linuxstb> Depends, on various things. But you can set the bitrate of the encoded video to something your wifi environment can handle.
[23:51] <SrRaven> id rather not sacrifice quality in the End
[23:51] <ShorTie> it's done all the time, so it should handle it
[23:52] <pksato> try to watch a 1080p@30fps over a wifi. or youtube video.
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[23:52] <SrRaven> well I honestly never have done something with my internal wifi
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[23:52] <SrRaven> so im not sure how the speeds are inside a network
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[23:53] <nmpro> has anyone used the Patriot Memory Wireless 11n usb adapter on their rpi?
[23:53] <SrRaven> also as I just noticed...I dont have a wifi stick :s
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[23:56] <nmpro> I'm asking only because I wanted to know if its working without the use of a powered USB hub?
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[23:56] <ShorTie> wifi stick, are those like chop sticks ??
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[23:56] <SrRaven> ye
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[23:57] <pksato> nmpro: all wifi need a powered hub.
[23:58] <SrRaven> oh....really?
[23:58] <nmpro> pksato, that's not always true..
[23:58] <pksato> for stable connection,
[23:58] <ShorTie> it's best
[23:58] <nmpro> ahh
[23:58] <nmpro> that's my problem then..
[23:58] <SrRaven> well that solves it...if i need a powered hub anyway,I might as well hook up my 500 gb hd and tell the pi to record to it
[23:58] <nmpro> whenever I use the above mentioned wifi adapter without a powered hub it connects, but the connection seems VERY slow
[23:59] <SrRaven> so, anyone got an advice for a budget usb stick ?
[23:59] <nmpro> define budget
[23:59] <SrRaven> cheap and works

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