#raspberrypi IRC Log

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IRC Log for 2013-08-17

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[1:26] <Tachyon`> this X screen blanker will not die
[1:27] <ShorTie> killall -9 'blaablaa' normally works to most any thing
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[1:29] <StyxAlso> Good morning. So, has there been any progress on getting OpenGL programs working on the Pi?
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[1:37] <MrVector> Hey guys. I'm trying to add chadderz usb driver to my bare metal project, but it fails during linking with an "undefined reference to UsbInitialize()", I'm passing in -l csud to the linker and that seems to work, so I don't understand what the problem is.
[1:38] <MrVector> It's a C project, and the library is included after my object files (which seems to be the most common reason for linking failures of this kind)
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[1:38] <MrVector> Any ideas or wild stabs in the dark as to why this is happening? :-)
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[1:40] <pksato> no. I still on pre stone age. :)
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[1:44] <MrVector> This is the first time I'm including static libraries, so wouldn't surprise me if I'm doing something silly
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[1:50] <rikkib> I tend to only work with library source code in the project
[1:51] <rikkib> as opposed to compiled library binaries
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[1:52] <rikkib> Then in the makefile just compile what it needed
[1:53] <pksato> bare metal programing have a some kind of api, framework, whatever?
[1:54] <rikkib> Same framework anyone else to work with... I uses STM32V boards and run freertos on them
[1:54] <rikkib> else has to
[1:55] <rikkib> The boards have a library that comes in source code format
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[2:02] <Kane> bonne nuit les gens o/
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[2:42] <MrVector> In this case it's a placeholder usb driver until I get round to writing my own :)
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[2:50] <MrVector> Oh... my god
[2:50] <MrVector> I don't believe it, played bF3 for an hour because I was getting annoyed, went back and looked at it now. Spotted it right away
[2:51] <MrVector> Undefined reference indeed, "UsbInitialize()" does not exist, however, "UsbInitialiSe()" does. *facepalms* time for bed I think heh...
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[5:40] <nerdboy> ahoy
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[6:34] <TLoFP> hi guys, I am streaming video from the pi via netcat | mplayer. How can I dump the video to file while simultaneously playing it back?
[6:34] <TLoFP> is this possible?
[6:34] <TLoFP> or another question, how can I dump it to file on a remote computer (via netcat)
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[6:46] <Datalink> tloFP, if it's being piped, Tee
[6:46] <TLoFP> I am piping though
[6:46] <TLoFP> I receive the video with the following command: nc.traditional -lu -p 5001 | mplayer -nosound -vo gl_nosw -demuxer h264es -fps 10 -cache 32 -
[6:47] <TLoFP> oh I ready, is not... how silly
[6:47] <TLoFP> Datalink: so I tried that with | tee filename.h264 | mplayer
[6:48] <TLoFP> it creates a large file which is NOT Playable with mplayer
[6:48] <Datalink> hm, what dies file call the mimetype?
[6:49] <TLoFP> Datalink: what do u mean?
[6:49] <Datalink> does*
[6:50] <TLoFP> how do I check mimetype?
[6:50] <Datalink> file is a command to probe filetypes
[6:50] <Datalink> file (file) output will be what it's magic says is the filetype
[6:50] <Datalink> though avconv may need to get involved (it's ffmpeg but the branch Rasbian uses)
[6:51] <TLoFP> it says application/octet-stream
[6:51] <TLoFP> file video.h264 says:
[6:51] <TLoFP> video.h264: JVT NAL sequence, H.264 video @ L 31
[6:51] <TLoFP> mplayer video.h264 says: no frames
[6:52] <Datalink> hm, guess I was wrong
[6:52] <TLoFP> oops
[6:52] <TLoFP> it turns out I forgot mplayer video.h264 -fps 10
[6:52] <Datalink> avconv would probably be your best avenue, it's a video converter
[6:52] <Datalink> that could do it
[6:53] * TLoFP is now ashamed
[6:53] <TLoFP> maybe I should get some sleep :P
[6:53] <TLoFP> lol
[6:53] <TLoFP> ls
[6:53] <TLoFP> and this is not the terminal
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[7:06] <ItsMeLenny> hello peopis <-- see what i did there
[7:06] <ItsMeLenny> raspeoples
[7:07] <ItsMeLenny> what would be the simplest cheapest way to get 4 controllers up to the raspi, for arcade playing, each controller would need directional pad, 2 buttons, and 4 more button for each credit insert
[7:08] <josePhoenix> probably a usb hub and 4 off the shelf controllers
[7:08] <josePhoenix> rpi does not have enough gpio ports for all that
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[7:15] <ItsMeLenny> josePhoenix, i thought as much, but any nomination for controllers?
[7:15] <josePhoenix> nope, haven't bought one recently
[7:16] <StyxAlso> Anyone know how to play Youtube videos on the Pi in Chromium?
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[7:18] <ItsMeLenny> StyxAlso, http://www.youtube.com/html5
[7:18] <StyxAlso> When I try that, it says my browser is not supported
[7:21] <ItsMeLenny> oh
[7:21] <ItsMeLenny> bizarre
[7:22] <StyxAlso> Indeed
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[9:55] <StyxAlso> I'm trying to build RStudio Desktop on the Pi.
[9:55] <StyxAlso> Last time around, it ran out of memory. So I've decreased the GPU memory, and booted without the desktop.
[9:55] <StyxAlso> Fingers crossed.
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[10:28] <SrRaven> so I just ordered the pi-cam,is there a way to live preview the videofeed?
[10:29] <SrRaven> the pi and pi-cam will be downstairs, no monitor etc nearby
[10:32] <l_r> SrRaven, what is the pi-cam?
[10:32] <l_r> the board you mean?
[10:32] <SrRaven> raspberry pi camera
[10:33] <l_r> SrRaven, raspivid does not work?
[10:33] <SrRaven> as mentioned,i only ordered it,just trying to get a head up on what my options will be
[10:33] <l_r> ah ok
[10:33] <SrRaven> its downstairs,only connected via wifi
[10:34] <l_r> well
[10:34] <l_r> you can use a streaming server
[10:34] <SrRaven> I want to record to an external usb, but obv need some kinda streaming interface to see if what i want, is in the view of the camera
[10:35] <l_r> well
[10:36] <SrRaven> (ill be doing some woodwork and want at top down view)
[10:36] <SrRaven> a*
[10:39] <l_r> SrRaven, the forum is full of solutions
[10:40] <SrRaven> Ok,was just curious if anyone here was a guru on it
[10:46] <l_r> SrRaven, there is vlc
[10:46] <l_r> you can watch and record
[10:48] <ShorTie> sounds like a lot of up-n-down the stairs to see
[10:49] <SrRaven> should be able to use my mobile no?
[10:49] <ShorTie> for 15 bucks you could get a tft lcd rear view screen to be able to see @ the rPi
[10:50] <SrRaven> that sounds...toooo cheap
[10:50] <SrRaven> where?
[10:50] <ShorTie> amazon is where i got mine
[10:51] <SrRaven> prolly .com
[10:51] <l_r> the best is to have a streaming server to which you can connect and record from it
[10:51] <SrRaven> cant get one that cheap in germany :/
[10:51] <SrRaven> dont have one,so not really an option
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[10:59] <SpeedEvil> SrRaven: Another issue is delay - is a 1s delay between the live and the display an issue say
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[11:06] <ShorTie> woodwork and fingers don't get along at times, hope the righties are safe as he stars to the left holding his phone
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[11:13] <Mjolinor> does anyone know how long the pulse on GPIO header pin 5 needs to be in order to boot but not boot safe mode?
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[11:16] <rikkib> There is a switch in the boot config that stops it going into safe mode I think.
[11:16] <Mjolinor> there is :)
[11:17] <Mjolinor> but I am not sure it is sensible to disable it in case I do somethign wrong :)
[11:17] <rikkib> avoid_safe_mode 1
[11:18] <SrRaven> ShorTie not that kinda woodwork luckily,dont use anything that sharp :D
[11:19] <rikkib> One of the ports works as a safe mode switch if shorted to gnd
[11:20] <rikkib> That config.txt switch disables that action.
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[11:20] <Mjolinor> gpio pin 5
[11:20] <Mjolinor> if that is held low you get safe mode, if it is pulsed low you get a normal boot
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[11:21] <Mjolinor> I need toknow how long the pulse needs to be in order to boot but not boot safe mode
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[11:21] <rikkib> Pass
[11:21] <Mjolinor> trial and error it si then :)
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[11:25] <ShorTie> Mjolinor, i'm not sure about how long, but if you search the logs over the last month or so i believe gordondragon has already done the experimenting
[11:25] <Mjolinor> read his pages about it
[11:25] <Mjolinor> no mention of how long
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[11:26] <Mjolinor> trial and error is a long job on it because you ahve to shutdown reboot every time you lenthen the pulse
[11:26] <ShorTie> irc logs i mean
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[11:43] <hifi> ok, pure raspbian raspbian-ua-netinst is now officially released
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[11:45] <l_r> hifi, what do you mean "pure raspbian"
[11:46] <Tachyon`> no added colours or preservatives
[11:46] <l_r> not safe then ?
[11:46] <hifi> l_r: no foundation packages, everything from raspbian repos
[11:47] <l_r> hifi, why not the foundation packages? as far as i know they are needed to upgrade the frimware...
[11:52] <hifi> raspbian also packages the firmware
[11:52] <hifi> and their own kernel which is finally on-par with the foundation built one feature wise
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[11:53] <hifi> in practice in the long run it should be a bit more secure as it follows normal debian update cycle rather than whatever the foundation does and chooses
[11:54] <hifi> for security related updates, the foundation doesn't really care about kernel security afaik
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[11:58] <l_r> hifi, but who are behing the foundation?
[11:59] <hifi> what?
[11:59] <l_r> *who are the people behind the foundation
[11:59] <l_r> who are they
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[11:59] <hifi> the raspberry pi foundation? I don't know all the people who are associated with them
[11:59] <l_r> are they the interface to broadcom?
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[12:00] <hifi> what do you mean by that
[12:00] <hifi> eben works/worked for broadcom
[12:00] <ShorTie> a bunch of really nice guys, or we wouldn't even have a rPi
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[12:12] * SpeedEvil in some ways wishes we diddn't.
[12:12] <SpeedEvil> It'd have been nice if someone had started an anlogous project with a sane vendor.
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[12:20] <ShiftPlusOne> If they could meet a similar price point (including shipping), were as available to the community through the forum, github and the website and supported accelerated opengl es, I'd be all for it.
[12:21] <SpeedEvil> See beaglebone
[12:21] <ShiftPlusOne> far from the same price point
[12:22] <ShiftPlusOne> But yes, it's pretty damn close.
[12:23] <ShiftPlusOne> Is it fully open or does it have some closed source code running on the gpu as well?
[12:26] <SpeedEvil> Open
[12:27] <SpeedEvil> And has an actual datasheet for the CPU
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[12:42] <ShiftPlusOne> hm, not bad.... maybe I should look closer into it then. Thanks.
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[13:08] <marlinc> I'm getting EXT4 data corruption on Raspbian.. Should I use EXT3 instead?
[13:10] <SpeedEvil> It's likely to be underlying data corruption - not directly related to the filesystem
[13:11] <marlinc> Well there was a EXT4 corruption bug but I don't know if I'm getting hit by that
[13:11] <ShorTie> i'd look more towards power issues, then the file system
[13:11] <SpeedEvil> Quite
[13:12] <marlinc> Ah.. really okay
[13:12] <marlinc> I'll take a look
[13:12] <Mjolinor> measure your supply voltage on the IO header
[13:12] <Mjolinor> I have seen a lot of USB cables that willnot run the PI even though you ahve 5 votl at the sending end you have less than 4.5 once the PI starets taking power at the PI itself
[13:13] <Mjolinor> cheap cables do that for you :)
[13:13] <marlinc> Ah :p Well its a simple HTC phone cable
[13:13] * Mjolinor think she shoudl write a mjolinor <> english converter
[13:15] <ShorTie> rPi's like a well regulated uninterupted power supply, or they get file corruption
[13:15] <marlinc> - Part #: 79H00095-14M / 79H0009514M / U250 / CNR6300
[13:15] <marlinc> - Input: 100-240V 200mAh 50-60HZ
[13:15] <marlinc> - Output: 5V-1A
[13:15] <marlinc> Is the adapter I use from HTC
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[13:15] <marlinc> Is that useful information mm?
[13:16] <Mjolinor> well the adapter should be OK but as I say, the cable frmo the adapter to the PI may not
[13:16] <ShorTie> not really, only a volt meter can tell the true storey
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[13:17] <marlinc> Can the pi itself provide any information?
[13:17] <Mjolinor> no
[13:17] <marlinc> I can try a different cable..
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[13:22] <marlinc> Okay I'm using a different a cable and unplugged HDMI because I'm not using it
[13:23] <Mjolinor> HDMI takes very little power
[13:23] <marlinc> I assume HDMI uses power even when the TV is off and stuff
[13:23] <SpeedEvil> yes
[13:23] <Mjolinor> most of the power is used internally in the Raspi, you can't reduce it much without getting the soldering iron out
[13:24] <ShiftPlusOne> You can, if you don't need USB or ethernet.
[13:24] <marlinc> Well I'm not going to touch the internals of the pi
[13:24] <Mjolinor> :) wise man
[13:24] <SpeedEvil> you can disable USB without taking out the soldering iron
[13:24] <ShiftPlusOne> echo 0x0 | sudo tee /sys/devices/platform/bcm2708_usb/buspower
[13:24] <SpeedEvil> But - that does raise the issue that the pi then generally can't do much
[13:24] <marlinc> Well I'm using a USB as storage
[13:24] <SpeedEvil> GPIO+HDMI will work of course
[13:25] <marlinc> That's what getting the corruption
[13:25] <marlinc> The SD itself is doing fine
[13:25] <ShorTie> you got that usb storage powering it's self ??
[13:25] <marlinc> Its a simple USB flash drive
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[13:26] <Mjolinor> so try a powered hub then
[13:26] <marlinc> Well its running fine now if this goes wrong I'll get a powered hub
[13:26] <Mjolinor> letting the Raspi provide power to peripherals needs a lot of consideration before you annouce that it is OK
[13:27] <Mjolinor> I think hte power plug on the Raspi is one of the worst thigns about the design, it's a lot better to power it through the IO header
[13:27] <ShorTie> no it's not
[13:27] <ShorTie> no protection that way
[13:28] <ozzzy> I solder an RCA connector onto the board
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[13:31] <Mjolinor> the thing is that the fuse in series with the USB supply have 1/4 ohm resistance
[13:31] <Mjolinor> which is not good
[13:32] <ShorTie> so
[13:32] <ShorTie> rPi really only runs on 3.3v volts
[13:33] <ShorTie> 5 volt is only need for usb
[13:33] <ShiftPlusOne> I am pretty sure 5v goes to more than just usb.
[13:33] <ozzzy> Ono issues with the resistance of the polyfuse
[13:34] <ozzzy> I don't think so.... but I'd have to look at the datasheet for the SoC
[13:34] <ShiftPlusOne> hdmi seems to have 5v pullups, but I don't know how critical those are.
[13:35] <Mjolinor> well at 1/4 ohm, 5volts adn 1 amp it is dropping the input by 0.25 volts
[13:35] <Mjolinor> so everyhign has 4.75 instead of 5 volt
[13:35] <ShiftPlusOne> you're not going to get 1A to USB.
[13:35] <Mjolinor> reduces ones headroom somewhat
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[13:36] <Mjolinor> strictly speaking, following the specs you can theoretically draw 1 amp from 2 USB devices without exceeding the spec
[13:37] <ShiftPlusOne> Sure, but we are talking about the pi
[13:37] <Mjolinor> yup
[13:37] <Mjolinor> :)
[13:37] <ShiftPlusOne> the main polyfuse will trip before that.
[13:37] <Mjolinor> but it shoudl adhere to eh specs of the things it professes to ahve
[13:37] <ShiftPlusOne> I am pretty sure that if they followed the usb specs strictly, half of the usb devices wouldn't work.
[13:38] <Mjolinor> if you power it through the USB it doesn't, if you power it through the IO header then it does
[13:38] <SpeedEvil> You can draw 1A from 2 USB ports - if the USB ports authorise you to take that amount of current - otherwise you can only draw 2 unit loads - 100mA each from it.
[13:38] <SpeedEvil> Drawing 500mA from a USB port without being configured to do so is a violation of the spec
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[13:38] <ShiftPlusOne> ah
[13:38] <Mjolinor> they are not specified as OTG devices I don't think
[13:38] <SpeedEvil> This isn't relevant to OTG
[13:39] <Mjolinor> anyway, it is at it is so it's not really that important. If you want soemthign proper then you can go buy one
[13:39] <Mjolinor> at £300 each :)
[13:39] <SpeedEvil> OTG is to USB host as Ikea furniture is to a tree.
[13:39] <ShorTie> usb was put on the rPi for keyboard and mouse, not to run stuff off of
[13:39] <ozzzy> the schemaic shows 5v only going to the SMPS module of the SoC
[13:39] <ozzzy> the rest uses 3.3/1.8
[13:40] <ShiftPlusOne> Like I said, there are 5v pull ups on hdmi as well
[13:40] <ShiftPlusOne> which probably would do whatever it is they are supposed to do at a lower voltage as well though
[13:40] <ozzzy> yep... I see them
[13:42] <ShorTie> i don't think pull up's care much on what voltage they are workin on, resisters are current limiting devices
[13:42] <ShiftPlusOne> There's also some protection for signals over 5v. If that reference drops significantly then it may trigger when it shouldn't.
[13:42] <ShiftPlusOne> I don't know about hdmi though, so I can't really say if that's really a potential issue though.
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[15:42] <Dumle29> Hello there :) Me and my friends are going on a longer trip later this year, and would like to timelaps it with a gopro. We figured we'd need some more space than one sd-card, and we really don't feel like buying a ton of them
[15:43] <Dumle29> So we figured something along these lines: Use the rapi's GPIO to act as an SD card, then have it feed all the data onto a usb harddisk?
[15:43] <SpeedEvil> Probably not sanely
[15:43] <Dumle29> are we completely mad, or is this possible+
[15:43] <SpeedEvil> It is unlikely to be possible at a resonable speed
[15:44] <SpeedEvil> Also - the gopro may not support - say - a terabyte SD card
[15:44] <Dumle29> SperedEvil: gotcha, we sorta figured, The next thing we thought of was this: Would it be possible to use a usb sd card reader, to act as an sd card, and use that?
[15:45] <SpeedEvil> No
[15:45] <Dumle29> :(
[15:45] <SpeedEvil> They only work one way
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[15:45] <Dumle29> Well i just figured, I can read and write files with one, But i suppose it won't tell the camera any info about the "card"
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[15:46] <Dumle29> hmm, so what should i do then xD
[15:46] <SpeedEvil> 32G cards are quite inexpensive.
[15:46] <SpeedEvil> Buy a couple of dozen
[15:46] <Dumle29> We really don't feel like swapping cards tho :(
[15:46] <Dumle29> Sorta want it set and forget
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[15:47] <SpeedEvil> I wouldn't want to rely on a gopro recording for days without issue.
[15:47] <Dumle29> well true
[15:47] <Dumle29> :/
[15:47] <Dumle29> bleh
[15:47] <SpeedEvil> needing to check it every (say) 12h - means you only lose 12h if it falls over
[15:48] <SpeedEvil> Also - there is a raspberry pi cam
[15:48] <Dumle29> Is it out yet?
[15:48] <SpeedEvil> I would not use it for a trip of a lifetime though
[15:48] <SpeedEvil> yes
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[15:48] <Dumle29> Well it's just a days driving and two days of walking
[15:48] <SpeedEvil> ah
[15:48] <Dumle29> then a days driving back.
[15:49] <Dumle29> Am I right in saying that you frquent ##electronics? :P
[15:49] <SpeedEvil> yes
[15:51] <Dumle29> We were looking at an eye-fi sd card, that can wirelessly send the files to a pc, and remove them from the sdcard, giving you "endless" storage...
[15:51] <Dumle29> but they don't ship to europe -.-
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[15:56] <Dumle29> Found out why eye-fi won't ship to europe
[15:56] <Dumle29> Sandisk has the trademark here i belive, and it'll do the job.
[15:56] <Dumle29> thanks for the help tho :P
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[16:04] <SpeedEvil> That has major issues
[16:04] <SpeedEvil> Oh
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[16:10] <Haradjad> Hello
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[16:14] <mrfloppy88> hi
[16:15] <mrfloppy88> can i get some help with my pi here?
[16:15] <ParkerR> mrfloppy88, Just ask
[16:15] <pksato> yes, if you question have a answer.
[16:15] <ShiftPlusOne> After you say what the problem is, sure.
[16:16] <mrfloppy88> okay, will try to formulate it best i can...
[16:16] <mrfloppy88> i am trying to add a mount to a ftp site
[16:16] * cccyRegeaneWolfe is now known as cccy_RegeaneWolf
[16:16] <mrfloppy88> but i keep getting info about the mount command
[16:17] <ParkerR> What command are you trying?
[16:17] <mrfloppy88> first i got only root can do that
[16:17] <mrfloppy88> sudo mount -t cifs //192.168.1.45/rpi /mnt/cifs -o username=raspberry ,password=password ,domain=workgroup
[16:18] <mrfloppy88> i logged in as root, but that didnt help
[16:18] <ParkerR> That looks like it is malformed and that would be the reason you gt just mout help
[16:18] <ParkerR> *got just mounnt help
[16:18] <mrfloppy88> ok
[16:18] <mrfloppy88> but i copy pasted it, and only changed ip username and passwd
[16:19] <pksato> remove spaces on -o parameter, before or after ,
[16:19] <ParkerR> Yeah see for example http://www.cyberciti.biz/faq/linux-mount-cifs-windows-share/
[16:20] <mrfloppy88> mount error(6) no such device or adress
[16:20] <ParkerR> Is the a samba server running on 192.168.1.45?
[16:21] <ParkerR> *there
[16:21] <mrfloppy88> in my nas i also made a UNIX user, but i could not give it and password, just a name and incomming ip
[16:21] <mrfloppy88> it should be running, its a intel nas
[16:21] <mrfloppy88> been using it from pc for a while
[16:22] <ParkerR> Umm
[16:22] <ParkerR> you need to use the NAS samba server username
[16:22] <ParkerR> Not the username for the Pi
[16:22] <mrfloppy88> i created user accounts ON the NAS
[16:23] <ParkerR> Hmm
[16:23] <mrfloppy88> one called raspberry which is a Windows/Mac OS X user (CIFS)
[16:23] <mrfloppy88> and one raspberrypi which is Linux/Other Mac user (NFS)
[16:24] <mrfloppy88> i need to save pictures taken with the pi cam directly to my nas, i dont care how :P
[16:25] <pksato> rpi is a share on NAS?
[16:25] <mrfloppy88> yes
[16:25] <pksato> can acess it from windows (or other)?
[16:25] <mrfloppy88> yes
[16:25] <pksato> ip have a name?
[16:25] <ParkerR> "no such device or adress" sounds like the Pi isnt connected to the network
[16:26] <mrfloppy88> i SSH into it
[16:26] <pksato> or, NAS have a network name
[16:26] <pksato> ?
[16:26] <mrfloppy88> yes
[16:27] <mrfloppy88> one sec
[16:27] <mrfloppy88> might have found the problem
[16:27] <mrfloppy88> oh nope
[16:28] <pksato> test access using smbclint
[16:28] <pksato> smbclient
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[16:29] <pksato> smbclient -U raspberry //192.168.1.45/rpi
[16:30] <mrfloppy88> i get
[16:30] <mrfloppy88> NT_status_bad_network_name
[16:31] <pksato> may be, wrong share name
[16:31] <crumb> how do i change the serial # on my dingleberry
[16:32] <pksato> try , smbclient -L -U raspberry //192.168.1.45
[16:32] <mrfloppy88> ok i found the right share name
[16:32] <mrfloppy88> i now get a smb: \>
[16:32] <pksato> good. (use exit to exit)
[16:32] <ParkerR> http://www.linuxquestions.org/questions/linux-networking-3/samba-nt_status_bad_network_name-340291/#post2997512
[16:33] <ParkerR> Oh
[16:33] <pksato> and, use this share name on mount
[16:33] <ParkerR> What was the name?
[16:33] <mrfloppy88> raspberry
[16:33] <ParkerR> Heh
[16:33] <mrfloppy88> mount -t cifs //192.168.1.45/raspberry /mnt/cifs -o username=raspberry,password=password,domain=workgroup
[16:33] <mrfloppy88> this then?
[16:33] <ParkerR> Looks about right
[16:33] <pksato> raspberry can be a auto default user share
[16:33] <mrfloppy88> hey
[16:33] <mrfloppy88> a new error
[16:34] <mrfloppy88> mount error(16): device or resource busy
[16:34] <mrfloppy88> wth
[16:34] <ParkerR> Is there something already mounted to /mnt/cifs?
[16:34] <mrfloppy88> idk
[16:34] <ParkerR> sudo umount /mnt/cifs
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[16:35] <mrfloppy88> command not found
[16:35] <ParkerR> ...
[16:35] <ParkerR> umount is the command
[16:35] <ParkerR> Not un
[16:35] <mrfloppy88> lol
[16:35] <ParkerR> u
[16:35] <mrfloppy88> ok
[16:35] <mrfloppy88> mounting
[16:36] <mrfloppy88> done
[16:36] <mrfloppy88> yay
[16:36] <ParkerR> ls /mnt/cifs/
[16:36] <ParkerR> :P
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[16:36] <mrfloppy88> i can save files onto my nas with raspistill now?
[16:36] <ParkerR> Yep
[16:36] <mrfloppy88> aight
[16:37] <crumb> how do i change the serial # on my dingleberry
[16:38] <pksato> that is dingleberry? (googling...)
[16:38] <letstest> hi - i am dusting off my pi thati bought more than a year ago. I am trying to play mp3s on it using omxplayer - it appears as if it is playing but no audio. I can play wav files though. Any ideas on what i should check? I am doing everything command line
[16:38] <mrfloppy88> it works, thanks all!
[16:40] <n3hxs> letstest: Check that the audio is going out the audio jack not the HDMI. This is something I read recently, but I don't remember where.
[16:40] <letstest> oh, i can play it with MPG321 but not with omxplayer
[16:40] <n3hxs> OH.
[16:41] <letstest> oh, it is going through HDMI
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[16:41] <n3hxs> K.
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[16:41] <letstest> maybe, i should reinstall omxplayer
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[16:42] <letstest> actually, how do i make the audio go through audio jack over hdmi?
[16:42] <ParkerR> -o local
[16:42] <ParkerR> or -o hdmi
[16:42] <pksato> option on omxplayer to select. or, set on alsa.
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[16:43] <letstest> cool
[16:43] <letstest> that works
[16:43] <letstest> thank you
[16:43] <letstest> brb
[16:44] <pksato> from jack sudo amixer cset numid=3 1
[16:44] <pksato> from hdmi sudo amixer cset numid=3 2
[16:45] <pksato> http://cagewebdev.com/index.php/raspberry-pi-getting-audio-working/
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[16:45] <ParkerR> pksato, omxplayer doesnt use alsa
[16:45] <ParkerR> Thats why you have to specifiy where you want it to go
[16:45] <ParkerR> omxplayer interfaces with the audio hardware directly
[16:46] <pksato> Yes. if need to redirect other players.
[16:46] <ParkerR> Bypassing any audio subsystem
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[16:49] <pksato> But, I dont know if these cset is valind only for alsa, or change hardware path on bcm.
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[16:51] <pksato> If I recall, its works with omxplayer.
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[16:53] <mrfloppy88> when i shoot video i get flashes of dark horizontal lines across my screen on the video, thay are also on the saved vid
[16:54] <mrfloppy88> photos are awesome
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[16:54] <pksato> video from webcam? cam module?
[16:54] <mrfloppy88> the rpi cam
[16:56] <steve_rox> sounds like low power
[16:56] <steve_rox> are they erratic in movement or solid?
[16:56] <mrfloppy88> one sec
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[16:57] <mrfloppy88> they move a little, but stay pretty much below centre screen
[16:57] <steve_rox> maybe you should make it take a jpg shot to show ppl
[16:58] <steve_rox> i had lines on mine when power was too low
[16:58] <pksato> mrfloppy88: saving on NAS?
[16:58] <steve_rox> and maybe if you dont remove the lense protection thing
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[16:59] <mrfloppy88> http://imgur.com/AB1ROfv
[16:59] <mrfloppy88> yes saving on NAS
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[17:00] <mrfloppy88> i can try a heftier power supply, 1,5A good?
[17:01] <SirLagz> the bigger the better !
[17:01] <mrfloppy88> use 1A now
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[17:04] <mrfloppy88> will try later, gonna play with it now, need pics anyays
[17:04] <mrfloppy88> btw, is my assumption correct, use a 12v UPS battery with a pi and camera and make a security cam that can run for a few days when power is cut?
[17:04] <ShiftPlusOne> If the label on the power supply is accurate, there is no point going above a 1A supply. (But that's a big if with an asterisk on top)
[17:04] <mrfloppy88> ok
[17:05] <mrfloppy88> or put the box somewhere and make timelapses of a few days max
[17:07] <kleanchap> I have installed tightvncserver on raspberry pi. I installed real vnc client on Windows but cannot connect to RPI.
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[17:09] <letstest> i got a usb soundcard, how do i go about directing audio out to that?
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[18:13] <letstest> hi - sorry about the repost - is there a way with omxplayer to redirect sound to a usb soundcard?
[18:15] <pksato> letstest: no.
[18:16] <letstest> oh. i bought the usb soundcard to use a microphone, any suggestions on how i should do it?
[18:17] <pksato> to use a mic?
[18:17] <letstest> yes
[18:18] <pksato> select usb card on appication
[18:18] <letstest> which application?
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[18:19] <linuxstb> What do you actually want to do?
[18:19] <pksato> that you use to record
[18:19] <letstest> i want to record sound from command line
[18:21] <pksato> use arecord or sox
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[18:22] <letstest> ok
[18:22] <letstest> thank you guys!
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[18:25] <Joeboy> Is there a recommended way to wirelessly stream audio from eg. my laptop to a pi? Pulseaudio?
[18:25] * SpeedEvil sighs.
[18:25] <Joeboy> ?
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[18:26] <SpeedEvil> I find pulseaudio in general objectionable.
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[18:27] <Joeboy> I dunno, it was crappy when it first appeared and I haven't used it since. It might rock now for all I know.
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[18:29] <Joeboy> I was told many of it's initial problems were to do with it exposing alsa bugs, but that might be propaganda
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[18:31] <Joeboy> Maybe I should just set up a media player with mpd and start listening to albums again
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[18:57] <javiolo> Hi, how can I read from a 433mhz receiver on the pi?
[18:58] <Mjolinor> use the serial port
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[18:58] <javiolo> Mjolinor: I've been able to use this https://github.com/ninjablocks/433Utils and it works
[18:59] <Mjolinor> so why are you asking if you can already do it?
[18:59] <javiolo> Mjolinor I'd like to read it from python
[19:00] <Mjolinor> cant help you there, mine uses C
[19:00] <pksato> if, tx send rs232 use rpi uart.
[19:01] <javiolo> I'm using this setup http://ninjablocks.com/blogs/how-to/7506204-adding-433-to-your-raspberry-pi
[19:01] <pksato> yse the /dev/ttyAM0
[19:02] <Mjolinor> that doesn't use the raspi serial port
[19:02] <Mjolinor> if your radio is using RS232 it is much easier to use the Raspi serial port
[19:03] <javiolo> yep, it's using a gpio pin
[19:04] <pksato> you need to write own protocol.
[19:04] <Mjolinor> pins 8 and 10 on that heaader are the serial port
[19:04] <Mjolinor> http://wiringpi.com/pins/
[19:04] <Mjolinor> there is a lot of good ways for GPIO on that page
[19:07] <javiolo> I'm missing something, why can't I read with the same setup used with the 433Utils ?
[19:10] <ShiftPlusOne> My guess is because c/c++ is not python. You can use some the 'system' function or whatever the python equivalent is, but that's not really "using python"
[19:11] <ShiftPlusOne> http://docs.python.org/2/library/commands.html
[19:11] <javiolo> ShiftPlusOne: you mean to execute RFSniffer from 433Utils from python right?
[19:12] <nerdboy> http://www.edgewall.org/python-sidebar/html/toc-tutorial.html <= this one is nice
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[19:13] <ShiftPlusOne> javiolo, yup, but I don't understand your question 100%. "why can't I read with the same setup used with the 433Utils" is a little confusing to me.
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[19:13] <javiolo> ShiftPlusOne: ok, np, just started with this so maybe I'm not explaning well
[19:14] <ShiftPlusOne> fair enough
[19:14] <javiolo> ShiftPlusOne: I have the wiring like this http://ninjablocks.com/blogs/how-to/7506204-adding-433-to-your-raspberry-pi
[19:15] <ShiftPlusOne> Sure, but you said you want to use python
[19:15] <javiolo> ShiftPlusOne: and used an app called RFSniffer from here https://github.com/ninjablocks/433Utils to read the data
[19:15] <javiolo> and that works ok
[19:15] <javiolo> ShiftPlusOne now I'd like to use the same setup and get the data on python
[19:16] <javiolo> without using the 433Utils
[19:17] <ShiftPlusOne> You can't use the same setup because wiringpi is for C (though there is a python port available), and 433utils does the work, so you'll have to either port 433utils to python using the python port of wiringpi or the rpio.gpio library (I think that's what it's called).
[19:18] <ShiftPlusOne> and 'course you can call c functions from python, but that seems a little dirty for what you're doing.
[19:18] <javiolo> ShiftPlusOne: so the other way it's getting the data from the serial port?
[19:19] <Joeboy> Anybody want to recommend me a gui mpd client (to run on my ubuntu laptop)?
[19:19] <ShiftPlusOne> javiolo, I suppose, but I don't know what I am talking about.
[19:20] <ShiftPlusOne> Joeboy, try a few and see which one works for you. https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Music_Player_Daemon#Graphical
[19:20] <ShiftPlusOne> Joeboy, I used to use Sonata
[19:21] <Joeboy> installing gmpc first
[19:22] <ShiftPlusOne> I am guessing that will drag in useless gnome dependencies with it, but since you're running ubuntu, that's probably not an issue at all.
[19:23] <Mjolinor> I would have thought the standrd serial port would be supported by python
[19:23] <ShiftPlusOne> yes, it definitely should be.
[19:24] <Mjolinor> /dev/ttyAMA0 is the standard port and it is pins 8 and 10 on the header
[19:24] <Mjolinor> but it is only of use to you if your 433 is using RS232 protocols
[19:25] <ShiftPlusOne> not rs232, but uart
[19:25] <ShiftPlusOne> 3.3v at that... which it would be since he already has it working with wiringpi
[19:26] <Mjolinor> 433 are 3.3 volt
[19:26] <Mjolinor> or 5 depending on what you run them off
[19:26] <javiolo> Mjolinor: gonna try it
[19:26] <ShiftPlusOne> ah
[19:27] <ShiftPlusOne> javiolo, http://www.elinux.org/Serial_port_programming this looks promising
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[19:32] <ShiftPlusOne> Looking at the 433Utils source code, it doesn't seem to use the serial at all for this
[19:33] <ShiftPlusOne> Ah well, I am not familiar with the device, so I am sure you folks know what you're doing.
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[19:33] <letstest> hi - i am trying to record audio from command line using sox and arecord. Neither of them seem to recognize the usb soundcard, when i type lsusb - i see that it is listed
[19:33] <letstest> any ideas on what ican check?
[19:34] <ShiftPlusOne> lsusb only tells you that the pi is aware that the device is plugged in. Check dmesg to make sure the right module is loaded and it's recognized as an audio device.
[19:34] <zsentinel> finally picked up a pi!
[19:34] <ShiftPlusOne> maybe use the alsa commands as well to see if it finds it
[19:34] <zsentinel> i am 99% sure its rev b 2
[19:34] <javiolo> ShiftPlusOne: no, at least the wiring its not using the serial port
[19:34] <zsentinel> i paid $40 at microcenter so i am hoping it is
[19:34] <zsentinel> otherwise i will return it
[19:34] <letstest> ok
[19:35] <ShiftPlusOne> zsentinel, 1 usb port or 2?
[19:35] <zsentinel> 2
[19:35] <javiolo> ShiftPlusOne: it's using GPIO2 for data input
[19:35] <ShiftPlusOne> zsentinel, they don't make rev 1 any more, so it would be.
[19:35] <zsentinel> nice!
[19:35] <zsentinel> it didnt say it on the board or box so i was worried
[19:35] <letstest> sorry about ignorance here. what exactly does alsa do?
[19:35] <zsentinel> i googled the chipset and it appeared to be the 512mb one
[19:35] <zsentinel> letstest: alsa is sound for linux
[19:36] <letstest> oh
[19:36] <zsentinel> i am clueless what i am going to do with this thing
[19:36] <zsentinel> but its cool lol
[19:37] <ShiftPlusOne> letstest, http://insanecoding.blogspot.com.au/2009/06/state-of-sound-in-linux-not-so-sorry.html
[19:37] <zsentinel> if i was still into rc planes i would totally use it for some cool air computer stuff
[19:37] <letstest> sotks
[19:37] <Tachyon`> hrm, firefox sure hammers the cpu
[19:37] <zsentinel> what is funny is alsa was big and then it fell out of favor and now its big again
[19:38] <letstest> so what alsa commands would i use to see if my usb soundcard is being recognized correctly?
[19:38] <Tachyon`> cpu meter was just a green square while it was running
[19:38] <ShiftPlusOne> aplay -l should do it
[19:39] <zsentinel> letstest: probably would do dmesg and see if it was detected while booting to start
[19:39] <SpeedEvil> I've found one browser that doesn't hammer the CPU.
[19:39] <zsentinel> or that
[19:39] <SpeedEvil> Lynx.
[19:39] <zsentinel> what about elinks?
[19:39] <letstest> ok
[19:39] <zsentinel> i havent used lynx in 10 years
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[19:39] <zsentinel> i would think elinks would offer a superior performance with the same overhead
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[19:44] <zsentinel> i am thinking of turning my pi into a car media center
[19:44] <zsentinel> my radio has 3.5mm in but no usb connection
[19:44] <zsentinel> so i could use my pi to play music from a usb flash drive
[19:45] <zsentinel> but controls would be tricky
[19:45] <zsentinel> unless i could add a usb wifi adapter and do wifi direct to an android app on my phone?
[19:45] <letstest> in dmsg, i see registered new interface driver snd-usb-audio
[19:45] <letstest> i assume this means that it found it
[19:45] <zsentinel> yes
[19:45] <zsentinel> sounds like it
[19:45] <letstest> ok
[19:45] <letstest> trying arecord now
[19:45] <zsentinel> you can also do like lspci -v
[19:45] <zsentinel> and you should see it listed
[19:45] <letstest> ok will try it
[19:46] <letstest> that command did not work
[19:46] <letstest> cannot open /proc/bus/pci
[19:46] <ShiftPlusOne> isn't lspci for ... pci devices.
[19:46] <letstest> seems that way
[19:47] <letstest> but i dunno
[19:47] <ShiftPlusOne> (it definitely is)
[19:47] <letstest> ok
[19:47] <letstest> i just tried aplay -l also and i see the device listed at the end
[19:47] <letstest> the usb audio
[19:48] <letstest> so now, trying a basic arecord
[19:48] <ShiftPlusOne> that's a good start then
[19:48] <Mjolinor> do lsmod to see if the sound drivers are loaded
[19:48] <ShiftPlusOne> he already said snd-usb-audio gets loaded
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[19:49] <letstest> i see it in lsmod too. cool to learn these commands!
[19:49] <Mjolinor> I thought he jsut said dmesg reported it , not that it was laoded
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[19:50] <letstest> oh that could be my bad, there were 2 lines in dmesg, i just relayed the first line which i interpreted as it being loaded
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[19:50] <ShiftPlusOne> letstest, you've had a look at http://sox.sourceforge.net/sox.html and tried selecting the device with the AUDIODEV variable and -t alsa ?
[19:50] <zsentinel> ShiftPlusOne: i could have sworn usb devices also are shown under lspci but i guess i am wrong
[19:50] <ShiftPlusOne> zsentinel, sure you're not thinking of lshw ?
[19:50] <Mjolinor> so in lsmod is it used?
[19:50] <zsentinel> ah that might be what i mixed up
[19:50] <letstest> i installed sox, but have not done the second part you mentioned, will try it now
[19:51] <Mjolinor> and what is using it
[19:51] <letstest> how do i figure out which device has AUDIODEV variable?
[19:51] <zsentinel> letstest: you could always unplug it and plug it back in and run dmesg again and see if it added anything new, then you will know for sure what its doing with that device
[19:51] <ShiftPlusOne> I am off, good luck.
[19:52] <letstest> i tried unplugging and plugging it in with lsusb etc and it does dissapear and come back
[19:52] <zsentinel> ok that is good then
[19:52] <letstest> whats the basic command with sox to record audio?
[19:52] <ShiftPlusOne> lsusb only tells you that the device is there, not whether it's actually recognised and in use properly.
[19:53] <zsentinel> letstest: it would be "rec -c 2 test.aiff trim 0 10"
[19:53] <zsentinel> that is rec instead of sox
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[19:53] <zsentinel> i got that from the sox man page
[19:53] <letstest> ok
[19:54] <letstest> sorry, shoulda tried the man page instead of google (got a lil lost)
[19:54] <zsentinel> i didnt mean it like that
[19:54] <zsentinel> i am just saying it should be correct
[19:54] <letstest> thats ok
[19:54] <letstest> thanks
[19:54] <letstest> ok, sox says there is no default audio device configured
[19:55] <zsentinel> do you know the audio devices dev node?
[19:55] <IT_Sean> http://img543.imageshack.us/img543/3966/unbs.png
[19:55] <letstest> no
[19:55] <zsentinel> try ls /dev/dsp*
[19:55] <letstest> l
[19:55] <letstest> k
[19:55] <zsentinel> looks like you could try set AUDIODEV=hw:0 and then set AUDIODEV=hw:1
[19:55] <zsentinel> and see which one works
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[19:56] <letstest> k
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[19:57] <zsentinel> i assume hw:0 will be the pi audio
[19:57] <zsentinel> and hw:1 will be youts
[19:57] <zsentinel> your usb i mean
[19:57] <letstest> ok
[19:57] <letstest> didnt work :-(
[19:57] <letstest> also there is no dsp directory in /dev
[19:57] <pronto> http://i.imgur.com/cARsChZ.jpg i ghetto modded my RPI to have a larger cap :D
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[19:58] <Mjolinor> you turning it into a rail gun then?
[19:58] <pronto> yeah!
[19:59] <IT_Sean> o_O
[19:59] <pronto> i'm hoping it'll allow for it to be unplugged for a bit
[19:59] <IT_Sean> i wouldn't count on that.
[20:00] <zsentinel> letstest: sorry its been years since ive messed around with alsa, the past 5-10 years audio has just "worked" for me
[20:00] <letstest> :-)
[20:00] <zsentinel> its not a directory
[20:01] <letstest> oh
[20:01] <zsentinel> it would be like /dev/dsp1 /dev/dsp2
[20:01] <zsentinel> but it may be different for a usb device
[20:01] <letstest> i dont see it there
[20:01] <zsentinel> check /dev/snd
[20:01] <letstest> ok
[20:01] <zsentinel> the manpage may be old
[20:01] <zsentinel> as my arch box at home its in /dev/snd
[20:01] <letstest> buncha things there
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[20:02] <jhave> Hello
[20:02] <zsentinel> look for things that start with hw
[20:02] <zsentinel> i would think you should have 2 that start with hw
[20:02] <zsentinel> oh also
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[20:02] <letstest> there isnt
[20:02] <jhave> Anybody there have problem whit raspberry pi crash ?
[20:02] <zsentinel> do ls /dev/snd/by-path
[20:02] <zsentinel> i think that will be easiesty
[20:02] <letstest> ok
[20:02] <Mjolinor> http://homepage.ntlworld.com/dknpower/8.png
[20:02] <Mjolinor> that is what I have for it to stand a power outage
[20:02] <letstest> yup 2 things there
[20:03] <zsentinel> ok good
[20:03] <zsentinel> so its one of them
[20:03] <zsentinel> so probably either /dev/snd/controlC0
[20:03] <letstest> yup one of them has usb
[20:03] <zsentinel> perfect
[20:03] <zsentinel> so ls -l it
[20:03] <zsentinel> and see what it symlinks to
[20:03] <zsentinel> then you have your audio device
[20:03] <zsentinel> and then do set AUDIODEV=/dev/snd/usbdevicenode
[20:03] <zsentinel> where usbdevicenode is the usb one
[20:04] <letstest> cool
[20:04] <zsentinel> rec works?
[20:04] <letstest> trying
[20:04] <zsentinel> kk
[20:04] <zsentinel> this man page seems fairly old, i hope its not missing anything else new
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[20:08] <letstest> got a different error. cant encode 0-bit unknown or not applicable from alsa - this is a warning. Error FAIL formats cant open input 'default' snd_pc_open error no such file or directory. I think that is me. Have to try again in an hour as i have to go for a bit. Thanks for all the help. I think it is getting close
[20:08] <zsentinel> kk good luck
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[21:02] <ShorTie> jhave, no, not really, rPi's seem preaty stable as long as you got a good power source
[21:03] <letstest> ok, i am back at this. I see under sndbypath - platform-bcm2700_usb-0:1.3.1:1.0 -> ../controlC1
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[21:04] <letstest> what should i set AUDIODEV to?
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[21:31] <letstest> what is the latest distro that you would recommend for a n00b?
[21:31] <letstest> i basically just want to turn the pi into a baby monitor
[21:42] <ShiftPlusOne> letstest, raspbian is the goto distro
[21:42] <ShorTie> i'd go with raspbian
[21:43] <letstest> ok, thats what i have anyways. good enough. I am updating it now
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[21:44] <xkernel> is it a good idea to run production web and mail servers on Raspberry PI ?
[21:44] <sney> that depends on many things
[21:45] <sney> I wouldn't put a production webserver on one, though. Mail, maybe, if I had some kind of failover
[21:45] <letstest> is there really a cost savings by doing that?
[21:46] <sney> I guess the webserver would be ok if it was only serving static content. but anything PHP would be slooooooooow
[21:46] <letstest> most mail hosting is relatively inexpensive
[21:46] <sney> there is some arguable benefit in being the one controlling the spam filters
[21:47] <XpineX> I'm running a pi as web server with lighttpd, php and mysql. Works great for a low-traffic wordpress site
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[21:47] <xkernel> XpineX, how many visitors?
[21:47] <sney> yeah. traffic is the other consideration. if you only have a handful of people hitting it, you'll be fine
[21:48] <XpineX> not more than 10-15 individual visitors a day
[21:48] <ShiftPlusOne> An example of a site running on a pi.... http://pi.gadgetoid.com/
[21:48] <CeilingKitten> could also hook your dns up to cloudflare and let their CDN do most off the work for you xD
[21:48] <Joeboy> Another one: http://digimatic.co.uk/
[21:49] <Joeboy> (That one's python/django)
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[21:51] <xkernel> I think Beagleboard will be better choice; it's much powerful I think??
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[21:52] <Joeboy> I think the main problem with the pi is i/o
[21:52] <Joeboy> (in terms of hosting websites)
[21:52] <letstest> how easy would it be to connect an LED to the pi that i can turn on and off programmatically?
[21:53] <ShiftPlusOne> letstest, trivial
[21:53] <Joeboy> Quite easy
[21:53] <letstest> really? any guides?
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[21:53] <ShiftPlusOne> letstest, what language do you prefer?
[21:53] <ShiftPlusOne> c, python ,bash?
[21:53] <letstest> bash or python should do
[21:53] <ShiftPlusOne> I think adafruit should have some python tutorials
[21:54] <ShiftPlusOne> and you can use wiringpi's gpio tool from bash
[21:54] <ShiftPlusOne> https://projects.drogon.net/raspberry-pi/gpio-examples/tux-crossing/
[21:54] <Joeboy> http://www.rpiblog.com/2012/09/using-gpio-of-raspberry-pi-to-blink-led.html
[21:54] <Mortvert> XpineX, isn't wordpress a free unsecured shell for anyone that knows what he's doing?
[21:54] <ShiftPlusOne> * https://projects.drogon.net/raspberry-pi/gpio-examples/tux-crossing/gpio-examples-1-a-single-led/
[21:54] <XpineX> Mortvert: Don't think so, it's a CMS
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[21:55] <Joeboy> It's a CMS with a history of huge security holes
[21:55] <letstest> tks
[21:55] <Joeboy> I imagine is what Mortvert was getting at
[21:55] <Mortvert> Joeboy, yep, that.
[21:55] <Mortvert> It's a pasta strainer, not CMS
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[21:56] <Dooley> Hello
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[21:56] <ShiftPlusOne> Hm, my site gets hammered by script kiddies quite a bit and fail2ban takes care of most of that, but I make sure not to keep anything important on it.
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[21:57] <Dooley> May I ask a quick question about crontab?
[21:57] <ShiftPlusOne> Dooley, better to ask then to ask to ask.
[21:57] <ShiftPlusOne> *than >.>
[21:58] <Dooley> Let's say I want to run a script as root every 6 hours. I already added a line by doing "sudo crontab -e". Now it seems it's not running- do I have to be logged in as root for it to run?
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[21:58] <ShiftPlusOne> You do not have to be logged in as root, no.
[21:58] <Dooley> hhmm
[21:59] <Dooley> anything obviously wrong with this: 58 0,6,12,18,21 * * * python /home/pi/weatherApp/data_input.py
[21:59] <Dooley> that's the line I added
[21:59] <Dooley> I don't get any error message, just nothing happens at the time it should do something
[21:59] <Dooley> date gives me Sat Aug 17 21:59:43 CEST 2013
[22:00] <XpineX> Dooley, try adding the complete path to python
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[22:00] <ShiftPlusOne> I don't remember the syntax myself, but it doesn't look wrong. Is the cron service enabled?
[22:00] <letstest> i dunno if the same issue exists on the pi, but on ubuntu recently, i had to leave an empty line at the end of the file (some bug)
[22:00] <Dooley> good point, never enabled it
[22:01] <letstest> for cron
[22:01] <Dooley> i will check this out, thanks ShiftPlusOne
[22:01] <Dooley> and I will try the otehr suggestions as well, just this one seems the most obvious
[22:01] <Dooley> cheers lads
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[22:32] <Dooley> it worked, thanks guys
[22:32] <Dooley> now, do I have to keep my session alive using screen, or will it run even when I close my putty session without using screen?
[22:32] <ShiftPlusOne> it will always run
[22:33] <Dooley> cool!
[22:33] <Dooley> I have the weather forecast updating every 6 hours on a small epaper screen of mine
[22:33] <Dooley> this was the final step :)
[22:35] <ShiftPlusOne> hurray
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[23:18] <lwizardl> I was wondering if the pi would be strong enough to watch livetv in xbmc being feed from say a comcast tv box?
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[23:23] <steve_rox> i need to try figure that out sometime
[23:25] <CeilingKitten> lwizardl, steve_rox what does your comcast box output? x264 ? or some other encoding
[23:25] <CeilingKitten> i know raspbmc and xbian are now offering a livetv option but you need a DVB dongle thing or something
[23:26] <CeilingKitten> i think hdhomerunner would work, that works with most computers
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[23:28] <lwizardl> CeilingKitten: not sure the actual format it uses. I know it has RCA/component/and HDMI output connections. But what I was thinking about doing was having the cablebox connected to a mythtv backend and then from the backend to xbmc for playback ss a frontend
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[23:29] <steve_rox> not a comcast sorry , i ment something simular in the way of a usb tv device
[23:30] <lwizardl> ah hench the dvb. which is ually more for ATSC over the air type of setups
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[23:31] <steve_rox> i cant get it to work on win7 so if it would run on rpi would be great
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