#raspberrypi IRC Log

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IRC Log for 2013-08-14

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[0:54] <nmpro> goodnight every1..
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[1:48] <jda2000> Can anyone recommend a good on-line primer for arm assembler?
[1:50] <Firehopper> ewww assembler!
[1:51] <Firehopper> I dont even wanna think about that :)
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[2:02] <leming> arm.com has loads of documentation
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[2:05] <Joeboy> jda2000: http://www.cl.cam.ac.uk/projects/raspberrypi/tutorials/os/ might be worth a look
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[2:23] <jda2000> Joeboy, Thanks.
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[2:24] <jda2000> leming, Thanks.
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[2:47] <NullMoogleCable> is 45*c hot for a pi to run at?
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[2:52] <ozzzy> NullMoogleCable: nope
[2:53] <SpeedEvil> 45*c is breaking the speed limit
[2:54] <NullMoogleCable> im getting extreme issues with duplicating adafruits pi miner :(
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[2:57] <SpeedEvil> pi miner?
[2:57] <SpeedEvil> that seems barking mad
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[4:04] <nerdboy> yo
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[4:37] <mgorbach> Any pi overclockers out there?
[4:37] <mgorbach> How far is it stable running a linux-servery-type workload?
[4:39] <lenage> 3 weeks
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[4:40] <lenage> then it couldn't boot up when i reboot it
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[4:40] <mgorbach> lenage: :( What speed did you set it to?
[4:40] <mgorbach> Maybe I should avoid it then and keep mine working ...
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[4:42] <mitwilsch> I just spent 5 minutes in raspberyrypi waiting for the motd thing
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[4:42] <mitwilsch> Damn dyslexia
[4:43] <pronto> D:
[4:43] <pronto> mitwilsch: when i see those, i just use a differnet server
[4:43] <pronto> wait freenode does that?
[4:43] <pronto> or am i just thinking of something else
[4:43] <lenage> mgorbach: 1G
[4:44] <mitwilsch> I apparently made a room. But i was waiting fpr this room to load.
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[4:44] <pronto> oh, differnet thing
[4:44] <pronto> ha
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[4:45] <semitones> do people have problems running rtorrent on their rpi?
[4:46] <semitones> Also -- right now I have a USB HDD that's got an external power supply. Is it ok to plug that directly into the rpi, or should I get a powered USB hub?
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[4:59] <semitones> any guides for speeding up a USB disk?
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[5:00] <PhotoJim> semitones: probably not much you can do unless you have a lousy USB enclosure.
[5:00] <semitones> PhotoJim, well right now it's connecting through a USB hub, which was probably a stupid idea, so I'm going to connect it directly.
[5:01] <semitones> PhotoJim, is there a way to tell it to minimize reads/writes, and use bigger chunks?
[5:01] <PhotoJim> I doubt that will hurt you much unless you are using a lot of other USB devices on the hub.
[5:01] <semitones> PhotoJim, no, nothing else on the hub
[5:01] <PhotoJim> possibly. but that adds danger.
[5:01] <PhotoJim> hub won't be an issue then.
[5:02] <semitones> it took like 20 minutes to check the hash on a 700 mb ubuntu torrent, because wa was at 100% the whole time
[5:02] <PhotoJim> bear in mind the Pi has a slow CPU.
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[5:08] <semitones> PhotoJim, does the slow cpu cause slow wait times?
[5:08] <semitones> I thought wa means waiting for the disk to respond
[5:09] <PhotoJim> CPU affects USB I/O and a number of things.
[5:10] <semitones> ok
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[5:12] <semitones> Do you know of any way to test if the drive is slow/broken?
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[5:12] <PhotoJim> try it on a known fast machine, but even then USB 2.0 is never too fast.
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[5:16] <semitones> true
[5:16] <semitones> thanks
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[5:26] <funkster> anyone using a fan on there RPi?
[5:26] <PhotoJim> :s/there/their :)
[5:26] <PhotoJim> Not me.
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[8:57] <Phoon> Where does sshd save its logs in Raspbian? I suddenly started getting "Connection closed by <ip>" whenever I try to connect to my RPi via ssh, and debug on the client side is saying nothing.
[8:58] <ShiftPlusOne> checked /var/log/ssh* ?
[8:58] <Phoon> None exist.
[8:58] <Phoon> Neither does /var/log/security.
[8:58] <ShiftPlusOne> maybe grep through messages?
[8:58] <Phoon> Tried. Nothing.
[8:59] <ShiftPlusOne> or maybe logging is off
[8:59] <ShiftPlusOne> to reduce IO
[8:59] <Phoon> sshd_config has logging set to DEBUG, but maybe it's disabled elsewhere
[8:59] <ShiftPlusOne> Well, I don't know, so I'll stop making stuff up then >.>
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[9:05] <mike_t> Phoon, /var/log/auth.log
[9:09] <Phoon> Bugrit. I give up.
[9:09] <Phoon> Tomorrow I'll reflash the SD card and start over.
[9:10] <Phoon> the RPi craps all over the SD card every couple of weeks.
[9:11] <Phoon> How do I stop it from doing so?
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[9:16] <hifi> don't unplug the power suddenly
[9:16] <Phoon> hifi: I don't.
[9:16] <hifi> and don't overclock
[9:17] <Phoon> No overclocking, either.
[9:17] <hifi> maybe the card is just bad?
[9:17] <Phoon> The most recent corruption was due to a power blink, and other times before that were spontaneous
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[9:18] <Phoon> I'll try another, but it's a Sandisk (a legit one), and I don't think I've ever had a SD card fail before
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[9:19] <Phoon> Is there a 5V equivalent of a UPS? Or do I need a full-fledged UPS to protect my RPi?
[9:21] <mgottschlag> Phoon: I don't know any, but I think it shouldn't be too difficult to build yourself
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[9:21] <mgottschlag> only if you have some electronics knowledge though
[9:21] <Phoon> I'd just rather not spend $200 to protect my $35 RPi
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[9:23] <Phoon> Cheapest UPS I can find is $45.
[9:25] <mgottschlag> a self-built UPS won't get below that price point because it usually includes some large supercaps or a lead acid battery + charger :)
[9:25] <Phoon> Is it safe to provide the RPi with more than 5V?
[9:26] <mgottschlag> no, you need a voltage converter
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[9:27] <Phoon> So why does the RPi corrupt the entire filesystem when the power is cut, when most PCs merely lose the files being written at that point?
[9:27] <hifi> Phoon: it could also be that your power supply is bad
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[9:28] <hifi> try installing your OS on a SD card and cut the power abruptly?
[9:28] <hifi> it could very well be SD card characteristics
[9:28] <mgottschlag> Phoon: usually because SD cards have some complex wear leveling which doesn't support sudden power loss
[9:29] <mgottschlag> actually, 90% or more of all SD cards contain a complete ARM processor just for the wear leveling :D
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[9:29] <mgottschlag> well, not exactly wear leveling, but mostly initial bad block avoidance
[9:29] <mgottschlag> (if the flash chip was manufactured with problems)
[9:30] <hifi> Phoon: you can avoid that by using external storage though
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[9:30] <hifi> USB thumb drives should be designed to power loss
[9:30] <Phoon> Are USB thumbdrives as plagued with these problems as SDs are?
[9:30] <hifi> for*
[9:31] <hifi> or they are as bad, don't really know
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[9:31] <Phoon> It's odd that cameras don't seem to have this kind of corruption problem
[9:31] <hifi> the usual idiom is to copy files to the fat partition and pull it off without safely unmounting first
[9:32] <hifi> that should be guaranteed corruption, somehow people avoid that
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[9:32] <hifi> though fat16 was awesome, it was designed for sudden power loss
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[9:32] <hifi> wasn't it?
[9:32] <hifi> you couldn't shut down dos cleanly or I don't remember anyone doing that
[9:33] <Phoon> I think it was more a matter of the drive being entirely idle when at the command prompt
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[9:34] <Phoon> so whenever you saw "C:\>" the machine was clean for shutdown
[9:34] <hifi> did it even have any shutdown command?
[9:34] <Phoon> no
[9:34] <hifi> then the filesystem was safe for sudden power loss imo
[9:35] <Phoon> without multiprocessing it didn't need one
[9:35] <[Saint]> correct.
[9:35] <mgottschlag> I doubt fat16 was designed for anything but putting files on it :D
[9:35] <hifi> I doubt it would have corrupted even while running something and abruptly curring power
[9:35] <hifi> cutting*
[9:35] <Phoon> it's not that the filesystem was safe, it's that the OS effectively unmounted the drive after every command
[9:35] <hifi> you could break the software but not the filesystem
[9:36] <[Saint]> Indeed. I don't think it was *designed* to cope with power loss. Just a happy accident.
[9:36] <Phoon> you could corrupt the FAT
[9:36] <mgottschlag> fat16 is as simple as a file system can get
[9:36] <Phoon> FAT16 was the epitome of "when in doubt use brute force"
[9:36] <mgottschlag> there isn't any magic in there, just a large list of files
[9:36] <Phoon> Even inodes are complex compared to FAT
[9:37] <mgottschlag> so I prefer the "the program usually isn't writing any data" explanation :)
[9:37] <Phoon> And inodes aren't particularly difficult to understand
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[9:38] <hifi> it was rather problem free in practice though
[9:38] <hifi> I believe your explanations, I was just playing Doom
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[10:34] <Davespice> morning folks, Google Maps Easter Egg here; http://goo.gl/maps/xqzmT
[10:34] <Davespice> click on the double arrows below the phone box ;)
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[10:41] <sinnet3000> @Davespice: Iff :)
[10:41] <dwatkins> That's no phone box...
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[10:42] <scrts> I can't find double arrows :|
[10:43] <ShiftPlusOne> brilliant
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[10:44] <sinnet3000> ↔
[10:45] <Davespice> scrts: do you have a black border around the street view site? If so you're got a newer version of the site and there are some options at the bottom to enter nearby buildings
[10:45] <sinnet3000> There ya go ;)
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[10:48] <scrts> Davespice -> You mean in imagery?
[10:48] <scrts> that allien style, green enlighted, room? :)
[10:48] <Davespice> yes thats it
[10:49] <Davespice> if you don't recognise it you must have been living under a rock your whole life?!
[10:49] <Davespice> or you're either, really young, or really old ;)
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[10:54] <ShiftPlusOne> It's from some show called captain who or something like that =p
[10:57] * Davespice has the urge to slap ShiftPlusOne around a bit with a large trout
[10:57] <bacobart> not every country has doctor who on the telly i guess
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[10:57] <ShiftPlusOne> isn't it 'doctor what' ?
[10:58] <ShiftPlusOne> alright, I am done trolling the brits here. =)
[11:04] <Davespice> you know the new doctor? the one everyone is saying "who the hell is he?"
[11:04] <ShiftPlusOne> aye
[11:05] <Davespice> you should watch a political comedy called "The Thick of it", then you'll see what he is like
[11:05] <ShiftPlusOne> I'll give it a go
[11:05] <Davespice> he is known for his ability to rant for England and use more profanity in a paragaph than you ever thought possible
[11:06] <Davespice> so we're all hoping for him to swear his head off at the daleks or something :)
[11:06] <hifi> actually it's quite annoying maps links don't work if you have opted to use the new google maps
[11:06] <Davespice> hifi: there are some link at the bottom of the screen to enter nearby buildings
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[11:06] <hifi> Davespice: it doesn't even *go* anywhere
[11:06] <hifi> I have the whole US map open from that link
[11:07] <Davespice> hifi: stand by I will message you the long version of the link
[11:07] <bacobart> it works for me, and i'm also using the new maps by default
[11:07] <hifi> I wonder why my gmaps refuses
[11:07] <bacobart> there's no arrow on the road though
[11:07] <hifi> ok, the long versoin worked
[11:07] <bacobart> you need to click on the imagery to see the inside
[11:09] <hifi> now the short version worked too
[11:09] <bacobart> pebkac ;)
[11:13] <Davespice> if you don't see the arrows look at the bottom of the screen, there are some links to enter nearby buildings
[11:13] <Davespice> look for the green, glowing one
[11:13] <hifi> yes, I found the buttons after the link started working
[11:13] <hifi> but the whole US map wasn't very building entery first
[11:14] <hifi> did me the same thing this morning when I opened another maps link, damn you google!
[11:16] <ShiftPlusOne> Ooh, a new spacex grasshoper test https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2t15vP1PyoA =)
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[11:23] <tapout> I'm looking for HD quality video recording for my raspberry pi. What I want to do is create a camera on my dashboard in my car like they have in russia. A woman hit me about 5 months ago and said she didn't hit me. Cops did nothing.
[11:23] <tapout> wondering if anyone knows a reliable small/awesome hd camera for the pi
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[11:23] <ShiftPlusOne> Well... there's the official camera module.
[11:23] <SpeedEvil> there are probably better devices to use
[11:23] <SpeedEvil> than the pi
[11:24] <ShiftPlusOne> That too, since you'd want a wide angle
[11:24] <tapout> ShiftPlusOne, where? :)
[11:24] <ShiftPlusOne> tapout, RS and farnell/element14/newark/whateverelsetheycallthemselves
[11:24] <SpeedEvil> Google official pi camera module
[11:25] <Davespice> tapout: http://uk.farnell.com/jsp/search/productdetail.jsp?CMP=e-email-120713-camera&SKU=2302279&MER=baynote-2302279-pr
[11:25] <tapout> SpeedEvil, I was thinking of building it myself so that I save money and have flexibility in doing what am thinking would be awesome. Get in the garage and wirelessly sync the new videos over, deleting them when done and stuff
[11:26] <SpeedEvil> you are unlikely to save money
[11:26] <SpeedEvil> you may gain flexibility in some ways
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[11:26] <SpeedEvil> if I was doing this sort of thing, I'd want all round coverage
[11:26] <SpeedEvil> which the pi can't do
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[11:26] <ShiftPlusOne> yup HDD + hub + pi + cam + whatever else you might need may run up to the cost of a proper device designed for the purpose and then some.
[11:27] <CDR`> I've always wanted the "car camera X3000" (ebay search that to see it) that has front and rear camera's
[11:27] <SpeedEvil> case, PSU, ...
[11:27] <ShiftPlusOne> wifi dongle
[11:27] <mike_t> tapout, http://www.stuffaboutcode.com/2013/07/raspberry-pi-car-cam-overlaid-with-obd.html
[11:27] <ShiftPlusOne> but if it's just for fun, by all means, go for it
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[11:29] <tapout> that is SWEET
[11:29] <tapout> odb2 info and all, so awesome
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[11:39] <hifi> it's surprisingly good quality
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[11:43] <CDR`> its not at night-time though, is it?
[11:43] <hifi> nah
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[13:32] <Davespice> has anyone been on the front page this morning and had the kid shouting "my penis!" embarrassingly come out of your speakers?
[13:33] <Davespice> that auto play should be disabled really... /shrug
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[13:34] <malcom2073> Auto play of videos == I never go to the website again.
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[13:37] <vlt> Hello. Can I use the HDMI port as an input? I want to connect the Pi to the output of a video camera and somehow "stream" the video. Possible?
[13:37] <mgottschlag> no
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[13:44] <Vostok> vlt: nope
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[13:45] <vlt> hmm, ok ... thank you.
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[14:07] <Davespice> vlt: you could use a camera board to do this, with some software called gstreamer or motion etc
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[14:08] <pksato> or usb NTSC capture dongle.
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[14:16] <[Saint]> how is an NTSC capture card going to help him stream video?
[14:17] <[Saint]> or do they magically work as cameras now and no one told me?
[14:18] <[Saint]> Oh. hahaha - whoops, that was dense.
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[14:20] <pksato> "video camera" is very generic, can be a camcorder, a webcam, a surveillance camera, etc.
[14:21] <[Saint]> that would only be practical if said camera had svideo or RCA out, though. If it only had HDMI out you'd be kinda screwed.
[14:22] <[Saint]> I haven't yet seen any capture dongles with HDMI in. Not in the cheap and readily available bracket at least.
[14:23] <hifi> but, but, that would make piracy too easy!
[14:23] <[Saint]> Arrrrrrgh!
[14:23] <pksato> have the gamming capture device.
[14:24] <hifi> actually that's quite true even, if you have a digital HDMI capture device you will most certainly also have the perfect lossless HD ripping rig :)
[14:24] <[Saint]> ah, apparently they do exist.
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[14:25] <[Saint]> not cheap, though.
[14:25] <pksato> if not have copy protection or encrypted signal.
[14:25] <hifi> pksato: those were broken
[14:25] <hifi> pksato: see http://adamsblog.aperturelabs.com/2013/02/hdcp-is-dead-long-live-hdcp-peek-into.html
[14:26] <[Saint]> indeedy
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[14:28] <SpeedEvil> You don't have a perfect HD ripping rig
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[14:28] <SpeedEvil> As you can then only compress it losslessly
[14:28] <SpeedEvil> You really want to get the compressed signal.
[14:29] <hifi> next best thing
[14:29] <SpeedEvil> True
[14:29] <hifi> and good enough for almost everyone
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[14:30] <hifi> it's not really worth even trying to crack the encryption when you will anyway re-compress it
[14:31] <hifi> (meaning the slight loss of quality is not visible when you also downscale it)
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[14:49] <vlt> I didn't know that the digital signal that comes out of HDMI outputs was always encrypted. Did I understand that right?
[14:50] <vlt> And ...
[14:50] <vlt> I have no specific camera yet. Maybe the camera I'll use has an USB out and can be used as /dev/video or something like that.
[14:52] <vlt> I'm still just searching for a good way to transmit a video stream from a video camera wirelessly to another host.
[14:53] <vlt> I thought about using my raspberry because it is quite small and I wouldn't need to carry a backpack of equimpent around ;-)
[14:53] * propheticsquiddy waves at davespice, cookieninja
[14:53] <Davespice> hello?
[14:53] <vlt> Does anyone know whether I can capture live video from a Canon EOS?
[14:54] <mike_t> vlt, use gphoto2
[14:56] <propheticsquiddy> has anyone made a mini swarm of rp bots w/ infrared or radio communication? know some links?
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[14:57] <hifi> vlt: it's optionally encrypted
[14:58] <hifi> a device can require the display to support encryption or refuse to output a signal
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[15:09] <Tachyon`> er, can someone wander to http://homebox.hidnet.eu and tell me if you get an apache "It works" screen or a DD-WRT router setup page?
[15:09] <IT_Sean> It works
[15:10] <Tachyon`> ah, excellent, does http://homebox.hidnet.eu:8080 produce a dd-wrt status page?
[15:10] <IT_Sean> Yes, it does
[15:10] <Tachyon`> although it sounds like it is working, just doesn't appear so from here, heh
[15:10] <Tachyon`> ah, thanks
[15:10] <IT_Sean> no problem
[15:11] <Tachyon`> it's slightly on topic as the apache is running on a pi -.o
[15:11] <PipeDale> Tachyon`: some routers don't allow internal browsing
[15:11] <pksato> Tachyon`: redirection? normaly, not work from internal network.
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[15:12] <Tachyon`> it's just the router insists on showing me its config on the internal network on port 80, as long as it treats external connections correctly it's fine
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[15:12] <PipeDale> apache on Pi <3
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[15:13] <PipeDale> seems a lot of people run ' Lighttpd '
[15:13] <Tachyon`> it's just so I can access my files from elsewhere, it's not going to see heavy use
[15:14] <SirLagz> why herro derr
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[15:20] <MidnightCommando> hey, if anyone here has a good grasp of the raspi hardware -
[15:20] <MidnightCommando> i've read on a forum post somewhere iirc that he raspi doesn't like the power supply to be linear
[15:21] <SirLagz> not doesn't like, it just wastes power
[15:21] <IT_Sean> o_O
[15:21] <SirLagz> well
[15:21] <MidnightCommando> is there any truth to this whatsoever, or is it just more likely that someone's underdesigning their psu and thus hitting voltage droop when they draw too much current?
[15:21] <SirLagz> the regulators on the Pi are linear regulators
[15:21] <SirLagz> rahter than switched
[15:21] <SirLagz> er
[15:21] <SirLagz> switchmode
[15:21] <MidnightCommando> yup
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[15:21] <MidnightCommando> i mean the 5v in
[15:22] <SirLagz> someone replaced the linear regs with switchmode regs and saved something like 30%
[15:22] <IT_Sean> the raspi doesn't give a toss, so long as it is the correct voltage, at sufficient amperage.
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[15:22] <MidnightCommando> basically i have a little project, and all the regulation that i'll be doing is linear beacuse it's what i'm familiar with and what i know how to optimise
[15:22] <MidnightCommando> so
[15:22] <MidnightCommando> i just want to make sure i don't fry the pi
[15:22] <SirLagz> then no problems.
[15:22] <SirLagz> as long as input power is 5v, it's fine
[15:22] <MidnightCommando> \5V, it'll be able to handle 1.15A nominal
[15:23] <IT_Sean> MidnightCommando: All you need to worry about is: 5vDC, 750mA or more.
[15:23] <mgottschlag> MidnightCommando: however, you have to be careful about that you don't fry your linear power supply
[15:23] <pksato> LM7805
[15:23] <MidnightCommando> i figure that should be enough for raspi B + USB flash stick
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[15:23] <SirLagz> yeah should be plenty
[15:23] <mgottschlag> what is your input voltage?
[15:23] <MidnightCommando> mmmm, yeah, i'll be using a properly sinked LM7805K
[15:23] <MidnightCommando> 6VAC
[15:23] <MidnightCommando> on the other side of the bridge it'll be about uh
[15:24] <MidnightCommando> 6*1.4111
[15:24] <MidnightCommando> so plenty
[15:24] <propheticsquiddy> i'm really just looking to simulate behavior in software atm before i build it out
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[15:25] <mgottschlag> okay, just wondered, because quite some people come here and don't have any idea about how much the regulator will dissipate :)
[15:25] <MidnightCommando> mgottschlag: input violtage would be ( ( 6 * 1.4111 ) - 0.7 )
[15:25] <MidnightCommando> given the reg has a headroom of 2V
[15:25] <MidnightCommando> that should be just enough :)
[15:26] <mgottschlag> yeah, and not even 3W
[15:26] <MidnightCommando> ah yeah, if i didn't already know a bit about linears i'd just teach myself switchmode adn be clever like, or get a prebuilt SMPS module
[15:26] <MidnightCommando> mgottschlag: yeah. even a T would handle it, I'm mainly using a K for aesthetic purposes.
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[15:28] * Firehopper has a 3amp swmps from ebay.. paid. $2.00
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[15:28] <Firehopper> took forever to get here :)
[15:29] <Firehopper> but looks good.. havent tried it yet..
[15:29] <Firehopper> Need to get me a ajustable power supply for testing..
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[15:40] <MidnightCommando> you know what i just realised could potentailly be really cool?
[15:40] <MidnightCommando> a technically dead-end, but cool nonetheless - FreeDOS on the Raspberry Pi
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[15:49] <chithead> dosbox already works fine. dos itself contains way too much x86 assembly to make this feasible
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[16:10] <kephra> MidnightCommando, QDOS, DRDOS are based on CP/M - It wont make any sense to port it to a system that is not 8080 compatible
[16:10] <kephra> MidnightCommando, try RiscOS, thats the homecomputer OS that was designed 30 years ago for a system like the PI
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[16:11] <MidnightCommando> yes, the Acorn
[16:11] <MidnightCommando> IIRC ARM stood for Acorn RISC Machines
[16:11] <MidnightCommando> then Advanced RISC Machines
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[16:12] <kephra> exactly - unfortunately none of the original Acorn lefts UK
[16:13] <MidnightCommando> I do realise that it's pointless to port DOS to a non-8080 arch; but it would be fun
[16:13] <mgottschlag> actually, the pi is powerful for a simple emulator
[16:13] <mgottschlag> (although that is not half as much fun)
[16:13] <MidnightCommando> heh. I remember the British showing at CeBIT AU brought up the innovation of the ARM processor - I had my Newtown MessagePad with me at the time, so it was a bit of a chuckle
[16:14] <MidnightCommando> what was more interesting was the chinese stand which had a picture of a silicon die i immediately recognised as an i486, to represent "innovation"
[16:15] <SpeedEvil> :)
[16:15] <MidnightCommando> i'm trying to figure out if i can desolder the USB and ethernet from the raspi board and relocate them
[16:15] <SirLagz> MidnightCommando: people have done that
[16:15] <SpeedEvil> Why?
[16:16] <MidnightCommando> as the two USB peripherals are just dead flat sticks (one thumbdrive, one USB->SATA bridge)
[16:16] <MidnightCommando> i want them hovering over the raspi
[16:16] <MidnightCommando> and i'd like to have the ethernet be a panel mount jack on the outside of the enclosure i'm doing
[16:16] <SpeedEvil> It's probably easier to take a couple of USB cables, solder those to the jack holes.
[16:16] <MidnightCommando> we have a small problem with bugs getting in to our electronics here
[16:16] <SpeedEvil> and remove the jack
[16:16] <MidnightCommando> SpeedEvil: yeah, that's similar to what i was thinking
[16:17] <SpeedEvil> Ethernet is not doable that way as it's got internal inductors in the jack
[16:17] <MidnightCommando> in fact
[16:17] <MidnightCommando> you've just inspired me
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[16:17] <MidnightCommando> SpeedEvil: what if i could replace it with a similarly shielded keystone jack
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[16:18] <MidnightCommando> (do similar jacks exist in keystone?)
[16:18] <SpeedEvil> Doubt it
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[16:20] <MidnightCommando> ...
[16:20] <MidnightCommando> damnit speedevil
[16:20] <MidnightCommando> what you've just told me has made me raelise the solution to a problem i had
[16:20] <MidnightCommando> and it's past midnight and now i'm going to need to go soldering :Pp
[16:20] <IT_Sean> haha
[16:20] <SpeedEvil> Yay!
[16:20] <SpeedEvil> Remember!
[16:21] <SpeedEvil> Put on cotton underpants or trousers.
[16:21] <MidnightCommando> i'm starting to suspect
[16:21] <SpeedEvil> Solder balls hurt.
[16:21] <MidnightCommando> that by the time i'm done with this
[16:21] <MidnightCommando> it will not look much like a raspberry pi
[16:21] <MidnightCommando> :p
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[16:21] <MidnightCommando> one other quesiton
[16:21] <MidnightCommando> on the model B? which of the usb ports is the first
[16:21] <MidnightCommando> top or bottom
[16:21] <MidnightCommando> (this is kinda important)
[16:22] * SpeedEvil has no idea.
[16:22] <IT_Sean> why does it matteR?
[16:22] <IT_Sean> my GUESS would be bottom, but, that guess is exactly that. A guess.
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[16:23] <MidnightCommando> ... in this case, it matters because what i'm planning will be relying a bit on the ordering of the usb ports
[16:23] <IT_Sean> I really do not know.
[16:23] <MidnightCommando> in terms of how the devices enumerate - i'm runnning this one headles fromthe get go
[16:23] <MidnightCommando> ah ok
[16:23] <IT_Sean> You will have to experiment to find out.
[16:24] * MidnightCommando nods
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[16:42] <SirLagz> what's the current stable kernel version ? 3.6.11 ?
[16:43] <PhotoJim> that's what mine is running.
[16:43] <MidnightCommando> SpeedEvil: iv'e just replaced the USB port of a USB->SATA board with a four-pin right angle header at the correct pitch
[16:43] <PhotoJim> mine are, that is
[16:43] <SirLagz> kk thanks
[16:43] <MidnightCommando> the other end is going to plunge straight into what's left of the raspi
[16:43] <MidnightCommando> achievement unlocked: kludged daughterboard
[16:43] <hifi> SirLagz: depends who you ask
[16:43] <SirLagz> lol
[16:44] <MidnightCommando> PhotoJim: that reminds me, got something to show you: http://cl.ly/image/473U2v2Y1d0w
[16:44] <hifi> the stable raspbian 3.6 kernel is 3.6.9
[16:44] <SirLagz> ok thanks
[16:44] <hifi> the foundation kernel is 3.6.11
[16:45] <PhotoJim> MidnightCommando: Heh, fun stuff.
[16:45] <MidnightCommando> yup, i was a bit worried about customs but they seem to be chill about this, thankfully - ended up much cheaper than importing the 50L premade solution kit from digitaltruth :)
[16:46] <PhotoJim> MidnightCommando: I've certainly never had trouble importing that sort of stuff into Canada. the Customs people are curious but that's really it.
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[16:48] <kephra> reminds me at a big German wide razzia/crackdown against bomb builders - over police stormed 300 homes at same days
[16:49] <kephra> to realize that those people are aquarium hobbyists, who mix their own fertilizers
[16:49] <hifi> someone didn't get promoted
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[16:56] <MidnightCommando> PhotoJim: yeah, my main concern was that customs might be overvigilant.
[16:56] <MidnightCommando> i'm guessing that the fact that i've ordered analytical-grade where posisble helps - you don't need massive purity to go boom.
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[16:57] <IT_Sean> You guys aren't talking about blowing crap up, are you?
[16:57] <PhotoJim> MidnightCommando: I imagine they can make reasonable inferences about what you're using this stuff for, based on what you ordered, also.
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[16:57] <PhotoJim> IT_Sean: if by "blowing crap up" you mean "developing film", yes. :)
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[17:00] <IT_Sean> Ah, okay then. Carry on.
[17:00] <MidnightCommando> PhotoJim: i don't have much faith in the competence of biosecurity enforcement
[17:01] <MidnightCommando> they're trained only to recognise threats, not also to recognise "hey, cool geeky stuff is happening!"
[17:01] <MidnightCommando> IT_Sean: if i do this wrong i may blow my raspi up accidentally, but so far so gravy :)
[17:02] <PhotoJim> MidnightCommando: I have had good luck with Canada Customs. Canada is the only nation I routinely import stuff into, so it's the only one I'm really worried about :) and I haven't had too much issue with the US either, thankfully.
[17:03] <MidnightCommando> PhotoJim: mmmm, best experience of us so far has been some guy who sent me two rolls of panatomic-x for the cost of shippping
[17:03] <MidnightCommando> :p
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[17:04] <MidnightCommando> but yeah if australian customs continues to be as reasonable as they are being, i could foresee importing and cooking up soup from scratch being my primary mode of getting developer, as opposed to buying t-max or hc110 soup at fotoriesel :p
[17:04] <MidnightCommando> and if pmk pyro turns out as nicely as i've been led to believe it is capable of, i'll probably be using it as my primary soup from here on out
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[17:25] <MidnightCommando> woot, successfully desoldered the usb ports from the pi
[17:25] <SirLagz> nice
[17:25] <MidnightCommando> i'm a little worried about how hot the heatsink over the GPU got in the reflow process, but hopefully it'll all square up when i test it
[17:25] <SirLagz> I can't seem to get the kernel source from github atm...can anyone else get it ?
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[17:41] <underdoeg> hi
[17:41] <underdoeg> anybody have experience in using omx & gstreamer on the raspberry?
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[17:49] <linuxstb> underdoeg: Generally you're better off just asking your question and see if anyone can help.
[17:51] <underdoeg> linuxstb: true, thanks. What I want to know is: Does gst-omx work fine on the raspberry for FullHD videos and if so, how high is the CPU usage?
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[18:06] <SirLagz> anyone having github issues trying to get the Pi kernel source atm ?
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[18:10] <aynam> hi
[18:10] <funkster> so wht sthe stability of overclocking, suggested in a commercial product or just stay at defaults?
[18:10] <aynam> i need some help with my raspberry
[18:10] <SirLagz> funkster: stay at defaults
[18:11] <funkster> SirLagz: ok, will do!
[18:11] <aynam> i want to intall freebsd on it ,does anyone know how i can do it. ive tried many tutorial they did not work
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[18:14] <Encrypt> funkster, You can overclock it to 2,4GHz
[18:15] <Encrypt> funkster, http://www.overclock.net/t/1404207/extreme-cooled-raspberry-pi
[18:15] <Encrypt> =D
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[18:15] <SirLagz> Encrypt: actually max is 1.2ghz apparently
[18:15] <SirLagz> according to Dom
[18:17] <aynam> funkster: thank u
[18:18] <funkster> aynam: for what?
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[18:20] <aynam> funkster: i thought the link u posted would help me , but it didnt at all
[18:20] <funkster> i never posted a link
[18:20] <aynam> funkster: can u find me another link??
[18:20] <funkster> READ!
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[18:20] <aynam> funkster: sorry
[18:21] <SirLagz> aynam: http://www.raspberrypi.org/phpBB3/viewforum.php?f=85
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[18:22] <aynam> SirLagz: thank
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[18:23] <MidnightCommando> WOOT
[18:23] <MidnightCommando> haven't broken anything
[18:23] <SirLagz> lol
[18:23] <SirLagz> then since you haven't broken anything, can you check if you can download the kernel source from github ?
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[18:23] <MidnightCommando> now have a usb sata bridge hovering precariously above where the USB connector used to live, being a daughterboard
[18:23] <SirLagz> pics ?
[18:24] <MidnightCommando> en route sir :)
[18:24] <SirLagz> nice
[18:24] <SirLagz> still can't get the damn kernel source though =/
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[18:34] <MidnightCommando> SirLagz: OP delivers
[18:34] <MidnightCommando> http://cl.ly/image/2Q36291V0c3f
[18:34] <SirLagz> haha nice
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[18:40] <MidnightCommando> and i just realised i can pull of a cleaner variant of this hack than intended
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[18:41] <MidnightCommando> just found a really bad chinese $2 ciggy-lighter-plug-to-usb charger that i never did trust the regulation on
[18:41] <SirLagz> why can't i download the kernel sources =/
[18:41] <SirLagz> damn gimphub
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[18:41] <IT_Sean> MidnightCommando: YOU FAIL! Solder & wire is NOT a load bearing structure!!!!
[18:41] <MidnightCommando> i've pulled out its usb plug with the hot air gun, i'll attach that single usb to the remaining port :)
[18:41] <SirLagz> heh nice
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[18:41] <MidnightCommando> IT_Sean: i know, solder is to guarantee an electrical bond, not a physical one
[18:41] <IT_Sean> Otherwise, awesome! :D
[18:41] <MidnightCommando> i'm working on the physical support. i don't intend to keep it like that in actual use
[18:42] <MidnightCommando> but cheers for the call-out on it, jkust in case i was dummkopf ;)
[18:42] <SirLagz> dammit. this is annoying me. I'll just leave the kernel sources for another day
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[19:13] <plm> Hi all
[19:14] <IT_Sean> ahoy
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[19:16] <ShorTie> MidnightCommando, thats cool
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[19:17] <nmpro> yeah.. neat-o
[19:17] <MidnightCommando> ShorTie: it gets better, i just found a single usb port to solder to what was left so i didn't have to splice open a cable :)
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[19:23] <ShorTie> but the 20 dollar question is
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[19:23] <ShorTie> can you do that with the sdcard slot, lol.
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[19:26] <NullMoogleCable> you need a sdcard to boot
[19:28] <ShorTie> ya, i know
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[19:32] * TheSeven grumbles about all that complexity
[19:33] <MidnightCommando> end product: http://cl.ly/image/2J303Z0r423Q
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[19:33] <MidnightCommando> with any luck i didn't cook it while i was reflowing the bits and bobs :)
[19:34] <NullMoogleCable> http://wtfmoogle.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/05/Pipowertime.jpg
[19:35] <MidnightCommando> that looks pretty cool
[19:35] <TheSeven> what's the bottom part? an RTC?
[19:35] <NullMoogleCable> proper power regulator for the pi. with soft power on/ off, along with on off buttons, and a rtc with battery backup
[19:36] <NullMoogleCable> can take from 6-64v dc input
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[19:36] <TheSeven> NullMoogleCable: sure? watch out with the cap ratings :)
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[19:37] * TheSeven wonders if someone is interested in a battery powered pi kit with charging functionality
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[19:37] <TheSeven> i.e. li-ion single cell charger + 5v step-up for usb + better 3V LDO
[19:38] <NullMoogleCable> TheSeven im working on something like that
[19:38] <MidnightCommando> at this point the best thing that could happen to the raspberry pi
[19:38] <NullMoogleCable> but with 1850 lipo cells
[19:38] <MidnightCommando> is for me to get a powerbook 180c with a dead logic board
[19:38] <ShorTie> peeps always l00kin for battery operation
[19:38] <MidnightCommando> and another raspberry pi.
[19:38] <MidnightCommando> and basically hack together the ultimate chunky retro chic laptop
[19:39] <MidnightCommando> (ok, proabbyl not the best thing, but it's pretty much my fantasy at the moment to try something so absurd)
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[19:39] <TheSeven> NullMoogleCable: I assume you know the pi runs off a single cell without stepup just fine, with an improved LDO regulator connected to the expansion header?
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[19:40] <TheSeven> it only really needs the 5V for the USB ports
[19:40] <johnc-> MidnightCommando: insert sex joke here
[19:40] <NullMoogleCable> I was thinking dual cells for extended power time and usb support
[19:41] <TheSeven> well that would need a stepdown then, which reduces efficiency
[19:41] <SpeedEvil> It's not hard to get 95% efficient stepdowns
[19:41] <TheSeven> I'd put the cells in parallel and add a step-up for USB only
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[19:41] <TheSeven> avoids a lot of useless drop across the 3V regulator
[19:42] <NullMoogleCable> wont you hurt the regulator then?
[19:42] <TheSeven> input voltage range would be 2.9-5.5V, which covers single-cell li-ion
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[19:43] <MidnightCommando> johnc-: insert usb device there. ;)
[19:43] <TheSeven> (that's what the pi can handle with an improved LDO sitting on the expansion header, "helping" the onboard one)
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[19:44] <TheSeven> btw, MidnightCommando, if you want a sata port, go for a cubieboard. cheaper and better than pi + bridge. that one has native sata and a much more powerful processor, oh and no need for an SD card :)
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[19:44] <NullMoogleCable> http://wtfmoogle.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/05/pibedrunk.jpg
[19:44] <NullMoogleCable> another idea im working on :D
[19:45] <NullMoogleCable> then there is the lazy moogle second sd card adapter http://wtfmoogle.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/02/pisd2.png
[19:46] <RoBorg> hey, I'm back with another weird problem :S seems like whenever I try and play a sound, the first second is cut off
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[19:46] <RoBorg> which is a big problem, as I'm using it to play clips that are mostly about 1 second long :x
[19:47] <RoBorg> I've tried various players and file formats
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[19:48] <RoBorg> guess I should try with a regular speaker instead of through hdmi
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[19:53] <TheSeven> some issues still left:
[19:53] <MidnightCommando> upstart?
[19:53] <TheSeven> - "mountall: Event failed"
[19:53] <IT_Sean> upstart?
[19:53] <MidnightCommando> as in, the retarded init replacement?
[19:53] <RoBorg> hmmm
[19:54] <RoBorg> weird... works ok when it's not using HDMI
[19:54] <TheSeven> - for some reason it fails to realize that the network interfaces are up and waits 2 minutes
[19:54] <RoBorg> ah well, problem solved I guess
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[19:54] <MidnightCommando> not gonna lie, sometimes there's just something to be said for using sysvinit :)
[19:54] <MidnightCommando> TheSeven: the network interface, then, is failing to provide something
[19:54] <MidnightCommando> not sure what it'd be though
[19:54] <TheSeven> - somehow dbus doesn't come up, I have yet to investigate why
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[19:56] <TheSeven> - "tty_ldisc_hangup: waiting (sh) for ttyAMA0 took too long, but we keep waiting..."
[19:56] <TheSeven> (which hangs the serial console login/shell)
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[20:20] <Zackio> Does anyone here use BerryBoot?
[20:20] <Zackio> Does anyone here use BerryBoot?
[20:20] <Zackio> Oops
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[20:27] <Shtl> which is light weight VNC server for RPi?
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[20:56] <shahin8r> anyone know if there is an channel for raspbmc?
[20:57] <nmpro> there is .. #raspbmc
[20:57] <shahin8r> haha, must have typo'd
[20:58] <nmpro> lol.. ;)
[20:58] <nmpro> it happens..
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[21:03] <l_r> what is the cheapest hdmi display?
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[21:05] <pksato> l_r: used TV or Monitor?
[21:06] <l_r> pksato, isn't there anything cheaper?
[21:06] <pksato> like US$1?
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[21:20] <plugwash> there are people practically (or sometimes even literally) giving away 4:3 ratio DVI monitors which can be used with a DVI-HDMI cable
[21:20] <plugwash> the downside is they usually want you to collect in person
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[21:21] <pksato> not cheap... http://www.ebay.com/itm/7inch-1024-600-LCD-PANEL-TM070DDH07-VGA-HDMI-2AV-remote-control-/251314782878?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item3a8387429e
[21:21] <plugwash> (at least that's how it seems to be in the UK)
[21:21] <Phoon> Does the RPi have the same corruption issue with USB drives as it does with SD cards?
[21:22] <l_r> Phoon, usb is crappy in the rpi
[21:22] <pksato> or some local e-wast recycler center.
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[23:15] * dhbiker (~dhbiker@APN-123-152-169-gprs.simobil.net) Quit (Quit: IRC is just multiplayer notepad)
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[23:27] * robscomputer (~robscompu@nat/yahoo/x-exinfbtqlyvvgqdo) Quit (Remote host closed the connection)
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[23:30] * satellit (~satellit@c-24-19-192-50.hsd1.wa.comcast.net) Quit (Quit: Leaving)
[23:30] * Jevermeister (~Jevermeis@unaffiliated/jever) Quit (Quit: /)
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[23:54] * ceti331_ (~ceti331_@host86-180-26-144.range86-180.btcentralplus.com) Quit (Quit: Colloquy for iPad - http://colloquy.mobi)
[23:55] * pksato (~PEBKAC@unaffiliated/pksato) Quit (Quit: Problem Exists Between Keyboard And Chair)
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