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IRC Log for 2013-09-16

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[0:47] <ronj> Hi, I'm trying to use Xbox360 controllers with my RetroPie, following https://github.com/petrockblog/RetroPie-Setup/wiki/Setting-up-the-XBox360-controller , but it feels like the xboxdrv commands I added to /etc/rc.local are not run or fail to run: after reboot my controllers are not detected (leds keep spinning). I'm kinda lost and don't know where to look, any clue? Thanks.
[0:48] <ShorTie> have you looked in dmesg or logs for errors ??
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[0:50] <ShorTie> try 'dmesg | more', it might help
[0:55] <ronj> ShorTie, dmesg show the usb receiver is properly detected. Now, regarding the controller side, managed by xboxdrv (which is a user-mode program to be run in the background, not a kernel driver), I'm not sure where to look for logs of what's wrong :-/ . I'm saying I feel "the xboxdrv commands I added to /etc/rc.local are not run or fail to run", but that's just because I'm in the dark
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[0:56] <ShorTie> and it shows up in lsmod ??
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[0:57] <ShorTie> what did you add to rc.local ??
[0:57] <ronj> no, xboxdrv is purely usermode, it is actually a replacement for the kernel driver xpad, that sucks. so no it doesn't show up in lsmod, but that's not expected
[0:58] <ronj> see https://github.com/petrockblog/RetroPie-Setup/wiki/Setting-up-the-XBox360-controller for what I added to rc.local ?
[0:59] <sney> maybe you should write an actual initscript for it instead of using rc.local
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[1:08] <ronj> Yeah maybe. I just noticed weird things happening with the commands added to rc.local: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/368761/bugreport/raspberrypi-xbox360-controller-notfound.jpg see the end of the last terminal line, it is the end of one of the lines added to rc.local as part of https://github.com/petrockblog/RetroPie-Setup/wiki/Setting-up-the-XBox360-controller
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[1:09] <ronj> I don't know why that line is mashed with another one, but "not found" is pretty clear that xboxdrv is not run
[1:09] <ronj> I just tried to fully qualify (/usr/bin/xboxdrv ...) and reboot, same thing
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[1:12] <ShorTie> the first part of the line, with the stuff not allowed in here, maybe the problem
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[1:15] <ronj> ShorTie, which part of the line?
[1:16] <ShorTie> read the topic maybe
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[1:30] <Jeebiss> Hey guys
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[1:57] <Jeebiss> Anyone around?
[1:57] <pksato> no
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[1:58] <Jeebiss> D:
[1:58] <Jeebiss> Im on the never ending quest of getting my pi to do voice recognition
[1:58] <Jeebiss> and i swear, nothing works lol
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[2:03] <steve_rox> sounds fun
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[2:20] <davor> is there a python3 lirc module?
[2:24] <davor> ah, found something https://github.com/tompreston/python-lirc
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[2:32] <phantomcircuit> [442348.798022] EXT4-fs (mmcblk0p2): error count: 262
[2:32] <phantomcircuit> followed by a ton of errors
[2:32] <phantomcircuit> [394316.786375] smsc95xx 1-1.1:1.0: eth0: kevent 2 may have been dropped
[2:32] <Sonny_Jim> Have you overclocked your Pi?
[2:32] <phantomcircuit> i dont think so let me check
[2:33] <chithead> make sure that your firmware is up to date
[2:34] <phantomcircuit> hmm maybe i did
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[2:35] <phantomcircuit> -bash: sudo: command not found
[2:35] <phantomcircuit> ha
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[2:35] <phantomcircuit> is there a /proc entry i can read to check
[2:35] <pksato> corrupted fs on sd?
[2:35] <phantomcircuit> yeah it's toast
[2:36] <phantomcircuit> shrug i'll flash it again and make sure to underclock it...
[2:36] <Sonny_Jim> No need to underclock
[2:36] <chithead> I think not. the firmware is not properly versioned, there is just a blob which is dropped on github every now and then
[2:36] <Sonny_Jim> But different Pi's can do different overclocks stabley
[2:37] <Sonny_Jim> Plus a decent PSU helps, along with making sure the SD card is making contact properly
[2:38] <phantomcircuit> Sonny_Jim, im using an energizer one that claims to provide upto 2.1 A
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[2:38] <phantomcircuit> not a clue if the voltage is actually stable though
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[2:44] <hiyo> Hello
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[2:45] <hiyo> I am about to purchase a raspberry pi and I want to know if I get it with the preformatted SD Card could I remove NOOBS if I wanted?
[2:45] <steve_rox> erm yeah
[2:45] <steve_rox> just clear the card and re write image?
[2:45] <ozzzy> will it have NOOBS on it?
[2:46] <phantomcircuit> it probably doesn't help that this is possibly the worlds worst sd card
[2:46] <phantomcircuit> 4MB/s writes with 64KB erase block aligned writes
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[2:48] <hiyo> phantomcircuit: are you talking about the one that comes with the raspberry pi from element14?
[2:48] <phantomcircuit> nope it's just a random one
[2:49] <phantomcircuit> hiyo, it's a microsd card that was in a usb flash drive
[2:49] <phantomcircuit> which when it fell apart turned out to be a micro sdcard + reader
[2:49] <hiyo> phantomcircuit: oh okay
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[2:51] <Sonny_Jim> phantomcircuit: Aah
[2:51] <Sonny_Jim> Did you expand the filesystem?
[2:51] <Sonny_Jim> And is it labelled as being bigger than 2GB?
[2:51] <phantomcircuit> Sonny_Jim, i did and it's 4GB
[2:51] <Sonny_Jim> You sure?
[2:51] <phantomcircuit> i actually didn't believe it so i checked
[2:52] <phantomcircuit> it's actually 4GB
[2:52] <Sonny_Jim> Because I've had a few that said they were 2GB, but as soon as you go over 2GB, the filesystem loops over and trashes the card
[2:52] <Sonny_Jim> *over 2GB
[2:52] <Sonny_Jim> Cheap chinese trick
[2:52] <phantomcircuit> i wrote to each sector with the sectors offset and then read them back
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[2:52] <phantomcircuit> although it could still be like gzip or something
[2:53] <phantomcircuit> the only way to be sure is to write 4GB of random data and read it back
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[2:53] <Sonny_Jim> Or just make a test file
[2:53] <Sonny_Jim> Like I said, it loops over and trashes the FAT
[2:53] <phantomcircuit> Sonny_Jim, it's definitely not doing that
[2:53] <Sonny_Jim> So if you can write over 2GB, umount and mount again, then it should be good
[2:54] <phantomcircuit> like i said i checked for that
[2:54] <phantomcircuit> but it could still be compressing everything
[2:54] <Sonny_Jim> No
[2:54] <Sonny_Jim> Hardware compression on a microSD?
[2:54] <Sonny_Jim> No.
[2:55] <SpeedEvil> there is no compression
[2:55] <SpeedEvil> some devices fake capacity
[2:55] <SpeedEvil> but not like that
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[2:58] <phantomcircuit> hmm i wish rsync worked with block devices...
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[3:11] <Bozza> Guys quick question
[3:11] <Bozza> If I want to use my ipad as a screen for my pi
[3:12] <Bozza> What would be a good way to do that?
[3:12] <timatron> that sounds really hard
[3:12] <pksato> vnc
[3:12] <steve_rox> i dunno VNC assumeing it supports it
[3:12] <steve_rox> but its going to be laggy ish
[3:12] <timatron> vnc will sux
[3:12] <Bozza> I was thinking vnc at first
[3:13] <timatron> forget it and buy a screen:)
[3:13] <steve_rox> +a real screen
[3:13] <Jeebiss> Anyone decent with curl, as a command line command?
[3:13] <Bozza> Hehe
[3:13] <timatron> nice small hdmi screens ~$100
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[3:13] <Bozza> Jeebiss: I used to be THE curl boss. What's the issue? I havnt used it in awhile though
[3:13] <timatron> curl http://curl.haxx.se/docs/manpage.html
[3:13] <Bozza> ^or that
[3:14] <steve_rox> i stuck with a cheap composite 3.5 display
[3:14] <Bozza> Using a nice screen but it doesn't have hdmi :(
[3:14] <timatron> yeah you can get small ones for like $40 on amazon
[3:14] <timatron> composite
[3:14] <Jeebiss> Bozza: https://gist.github.com/Jeebiss/43e17083748765901dfc
[3:14] <steve_rox> rewire so it takes 5v
[3:14] <Bozza> Nice otherwise .. But I connect through the composite port
[3:14] <Jeebiss> Does that look proper? I am trying to post the 'out.flac' file to the google url
[3:14] <Jeebiss> and retrieve the repsonse
[3:15] * phantomcircuit twiddles thumbs waiting for apt-get upgrade
[3:15] <Jeebiss> but when I run that curl command, abosolutely nothing hapens
[3:15] <Jeebiss> well, it just moves the cursor down a line and blinks until i kil it with ctrl+z
[3:17] <Bozza> Curl in shell does that when it is stuck in a process loop
[3:17] <Bozza> It is trying to connect , but fails
[3:17] <Bozza> So it just stops
[3:18] <Bozza> When you use shell scripts try to break out the curl commands so they run in a separate shell
[3:19] <Jeebiss> i dont follow entirely
[3:19] <Jeebiss> how would i accomplish that
[3:19] <Bozza> It most likely won't fix it .. But I found when running curl in one big messy script it can cause issues
[3:19] <Jeebiss> hmm
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[3:23] <Jeebiss> Okay Bozza, so now I am confused
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[3:23] <Jeebiss> Just as a pure guess, I removed the @ from the file name
[3:23] <Jeebiss> And it gets a response now
[3:23] <Bozza> Jeebiss: hehe sorry. Is your script just those two files?
[3:24] <Jeebiss> Not that response I want, but it gets something
[3:24] <Jeebiss> Bozza: So far, its only those 2 lines, yes
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[3:26] <Jeebiss> and for the sake of testing, i have the first commented out
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[3:27] <Bozza> Jeebiss: I am on my ipad right now.. So can't whip out my bash shell
[3:27] <Bozza> Otherwise I would have tweaked your lines and found the issue
[3:28] <Jeebiss> Ah, well I appreciate the concern :)
[3:29] <Bozza> Jeebiss: just play around with it for a bit
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[3:29] <Jeebiss> Ive been spending days on this task lol
[3:29] <Bozza> curl can be a bit of a pain in the ass sometimes
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[3:30] <Bozza> And it can just freeze the rest of your script if something unexpected happens.. Say if google changes something. Or the server times out
[3:31] <Bozza> That's why I said you should run the curl lines in a new shell
[3:32] <Jeebiss> makes sense
[3:32] <Jeebiss> that will be my next step, after getting this to work at all lol
[3:33] <Bozza> sh -c "curl bla bla bla bla" can break out the curl related lines into a new window.. There was an even shorter way of doing that ., but I forgot
[3:33] <Sonny_Jim> tbh It's always better to do error handling as you go along
[3:33] <Sonny_Jim> Otherwise spaghetti code can follow
[3:33] <Sonny_Jim> Or at least put comments where you think you need to do sanity checks etc
[3:33] <Bozza> Regarding curl.. Read the man page
[3:34] <Jeebiss> i have it loaded up, just some of it is over my head
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[3:38] <Bozza> Jeebiss: try joining #curl ;)
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[3:47] * Bozza ended up in #curl and #bash discussing best programming practices :3
[3:48] <Bozza> Would Bluetooth be efficient to stream the screen of my pi to my ipad?
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[3:48] <Sonny_Jim> Powerwise, sure
[3:48] <Sonny_Jim> How are you streaming? VNC, SSH?
[3:49] <Bozza> At the moment I am not
[3:49] <Bozza> But the ipad does have a vnc app
[3:49] <Bozza> So I could use vnc
[3:50] <Sonny_Jim> What do you want to stream?
[3:50] <Sonny_Jim> Because VNC uses a lot more bandwidth than SSH
[3:50] <Bozza> I want to use the ipad as a screen
[3:50] <Sonny_Jim> Yes, but for console or desktop?
[3:50] <Bozza> Desktop
[3:50] <Sonny_Jim> Then you'll probably want to use x11vnc
[3:51] <Sonny_Jim> But considering it's much easier to just use wifi, I would use that unless you are using battery power on the Pi
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[3:52] <linuxstb> Does the ipad even support bluetooth networking?
[3:52] <Sonny_Jim> Good point
[3:52] <Bozza> The reason why I am reluctant to use wifi is in case I want to use the wifi stick for something else
[3:52] <Sonny_Jim> erm
[3:52] <Sonny_Jim> You can do multiple things over a wifi connection
[3:53] <Sonny_Jim> I mean, if you wanted to use the Pi as a access point, you'd still have to have a wired connection anyway
[3:53] <Sonny_Jim> So I'm seeing more reasons not to bother with bluetooth
[3:53] <Sonny_Jim> But even with the Pi as an AP, you'd still be able to connect to it with the iPad
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[3:54] <Sonny_Jim> So in short, use wifi.
[3:54] <Bozza> Wait, that's a good point . If I use it as an access point ,,, I can still connect to it normally
[3:54] <Bozza> Right?
[3:54] <Sonny_Jim> sure
[3:55] <Sonny_Jim> Same way you can connect to your router even though it serves internet to you
[3:55] <Sonny_Jim> I mean, if you plan to use the Pi headless, just pop a network cable into the Pi and stick it beside the router
[3:56] <Bozza> That's the plan :) .. Damm I dunno why the thought of it was confusing me that much
[3:56] <Bozza> I won't be able to do monitoring mode though?
[3:56] <Sonny_Jim> Why would you want to use monitoring mode
[3:57] <Sonny_Jim> Or rather, what would you want to monitor?
[3:57] <Bozza> Wifi signals? :)
[3:58] <Sonny_Jim> You do realise that WEP cracking is about 3 years out of date
[3:58] <Sonny_Jim> And the Pi is hardly suited to WPA cracking.
[3:58] <Jeebiss> Bozza: im beginning to think that all my issues are on google's end
[3:58] <Bozza> Jeebiss: yea I saw you in #bash
[3:58] <Bozza> #curl even
[3:58] <Jeebiss> yeah
[3:59] <Bozza> Sonny_Jim: ahh yes I was curious about how fast reaper on the pi would be
[3:59] <Jeebiss> its doesnt make sense since its working for other people :\
[3:59] <Sonny_Jim> What's reaper?
[3:59] <linuxstb> Bozza: I would buy a cheap monitor and keyboard/mouse. From what I've read, desktops on the Pi are bad enough normally. I don't think using it over vnc from an ipad will be fun.
[3:59] <Bozza> reaver*
[3:59] <Sonny_Jim> And what is reaver?
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[4:00] <Bozza> WPA cracking .. I never got around to it on my pi though.. The driver for my USB stick has a bug and monitoring mode can't be activated
[4:00] <Bozza> There was a patched driver though somewhere .. It i havnt gotten around trying it
[4:01] <Sonny_Jim> I think the 2 stumbling blocks there will be: 1. The Pi doesn't have a powerful enough CPU to even make it feasible let alone possible
[4:01] <Bozza> linuxstb: yes I think a cheap hdmi screen is probably the way to go
[4:01] <Sonny_Jim> 2. The size of the rainbow tables would prohibit a timely crack as well
[4:02] <Bozza> Reaver doesn't use rainbow tables..
[4:02] <Sonny_Jim> Not saying it couldn't be done, just that you probably have a much better tool for the job
[4:02] <Sonny_Jim> Like a laptop/desktop
[4:02] <Sonny_Jim> You sure?
[4:02] <Bozza> Afaik. And I could be wrong , is that it just brute forces the was
[4:02] <Bozza> Wps*
[4:02] <Sonny_Jim> Ha
[4:03] <Sonny_Jim> I'll have a look, but I'm pretty sure brute forcing without using rainbow tables is going to increase the time needed to the age of the universe
[4:03] <Bozza> WPS is not WPA... WPS is like a backdoor PIN number
[4:03] <Bozza> Most routers have this backdoor
[4:04] <Sonny_Jim> < Bozza> WPA cracking
[4:04] <Sonny_Jim> You said nothing about WPS
[4:04] <Bozza> Crack the WPS and you can recover WPA
[4:05] <Sonny_Jim> I'd be amazed if there isn't a timeout on WPS attempts
[4:05] <Jeebiss> ^
[4:05] <Sonny_Jim> So try 3 times, it'll ignore you for 30 minutes
[4:06] <Bozza> Unfortunately it doesn't timeout
[4:07] <Bozza> linuxstb: I used vnc servers on Ubuntu desktop machines before
[4:07] <Bozza> They were relatively slow most of the time
[4:08] <Bozza> Not sure what the bottleneck was
[4:08] <Sonny_Jim> Bozza: You have proof of this?
[4:08] <Bozza> I don't need proof
[4:08] <Bozza> I am copperfield
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[4:09] <Sonny_Jim> You are a scriptkiddie who doesn't know the first thing about security....
[4:09] <pksato> not need proof, VNC connected to X11 is slow.
[4:09] <Sonny_Jim> Not that, WPS retry timeouts
[4:09] <Sonny_Jim> VNC is slow, everyone knows that
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[4:12] <Bozza> Sonny_Jim: it would depend on your router... Is it that hard to believe that most routers have a backdoor named WPS installed into them?
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[4:12] <Bozza> You never even heard of WPS before.. And you're questioning me about WPS timeout st.
[4:12] <Bozza> timeouts?*
[4:12] <Jeebiss> Hmmm i think i may know my issue
[4:13] <Jeebiss> But I am not sure how to fix it
[4:13] <Jeebiss> I foudn the C library that does essentially what I am doing
[4:13] <Jeebiss> https://github.com/H2CO3/libsprec
[4:13] <Bozza> FFS, I came here to see if I could use an ipad as a screen for the pi
[4:13] <Jeebiss> On the README it says, "If immediate recording of FLAC audio is possible on a platform, then it should be done using 16000 samples/second, 2 channels, 16 bit/sample..."
[4:14] <Bozza> Jeebiss: what did the falcon guy say about your bash command?
[4:14] <Jeebiss> In my arecord I specificy 1 channel
[4:14] <Bozza> Was your syntax corrects.
[4:14] <Jeebiss> Yeah
[4:14] <Jeebiss> except, i need the @ that i had removed
[4:14] <Jeebiss> im thinking now that the audio isnt being properly sent to google
[4:14] <Bozza> Huh so what was wrong with it?
[4:14] <Jeebiss> well,the proper audio, isnt being sent
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[4:14] <Bozza> Oh
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[4:15] <Jeebiss> i dont know enough about sound files and recording to comprehend this all
[4:15] <Jeebiss> some im making shots in the dark lol
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[4:15] <Bozza> Can't you use a sample sound file that you know is correct
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[4:16] <Jeebiss> I odnt have any :S
[4:16] <Bozza> Just to see if your shell will execute all the way till the end
[4:16] <Bozza> Get some sound converter and convert it into the correct format
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[4:16] <Jeebiss> Well, Im not entirely sure what the right format is
[4:17] <Jeebiss> I know it need to be 16000 rate flac
[4:17] <Jeebiss> According to this library i found:
[4:17] <Jeebiss> "If immediate FLAC recording is not available, then the audio should be recorded in WAV (uncompressed interleaved PCM), 16 bits/sample,
[4:17] <Jeebiss> signed, little endian, 2 channels and 16000 Hz sample rate. Then the resulting WAV file should be converted to a FLAC one using
[4:17] <Jeebiss> sprec_flac_encode() in FLAC_encoder.h. Then one can proceed as described above. You can use the sprec_record_wav() function for this purpose."
[4:17] <Bozza> 2 channels. 16 bit
[4:18] <Jeebiss> but i cant get arecord to work with 2 channels :S
[4:18] <Jeebiss> it works with 1
[4:18] <Jeebiss> maybe i cna record it on my laptop, which may handle it better
[4:18] <Bozza> What OS are you on?
[4:19] <Bozza> If you can find a nice easy to use converter for windows
[4:19] <Bozza> Just do that yea
[4:19] <Jeebiss> My laptop is win8
[4:19] <Bozza> I can't believe the google server was just being picky about your sound file
[4:20] <Jeebiss> Well, im just hoping it is
[4:20] <Bozza> But that sounds like that's the case. That's how curl behaves when the server does not give it an expected return
[4:21] <Jeebiss> Ive gotten other responses from the server, so it definitely is doing something
[4:21] <Jeebiss> So, I hope its just super picky
[4:21] <Bozza> Give it a go with the correct audio file ;)
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[4:22] <Bozza> Is anybody watching breaking bad btw?
[4:23] <Sonny_Jim> WPS slightly mitigates this by mandating that you are locked out for 60 seconds after three consecutive bad attempts. Originally, not all WPS routers enforced this timeout
[4:23] <Sonny_Jim> So in theory, yes you could, but you'd need to find an old router that had a bugged implementation in the first place
[4:24] <Jeebiss> bah, it was too good to be true, same result
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[4:24] <Jeebiss> I recorded a 16hrz, 16bit, stereo flac on my laptop, and put it on my po
[4:24] <Jeebiss> pi*
[4:25] <Jeebiss> Same result
[4:25] <Bozza> Ouch
[4:25] <Jeebiss> that would have been waay too easy lol
[4:25] <Bozza> But didn't you say falconindy got it to work?
[4:25] <Jeebiss> no
[4:25] <Jeebiss> he just deduced it to be a server issue
[4:27] <Bozza> Yea never blame curl or anything linux related
[4:27] <Bozza> Blame the Linux sever :p
[4:27] <Jeebiss> Haha
[4:27] <Sonny_Jim> Well reaver compiles fine on the Pi, I'll give it a shot and let you know how it gets on
[4:27] <Bozza> Sonny_Jim: cool, would appreciate it! :)
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[4:27] <Jeebiss> ive seen so many people explaing how to do this, it must work
[4:27] <Jeebiss> it has to be something i am doing wrong
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[4:28] <Bozza> Sonny_Jim: I was trying it out but like I say,, the driver for the pi for the wifi stick I am using is bugged
[4:28] <Bozza> And there fore monitoring mode doesn't work
[4:28] <Sonny_Jim> How were you enabling monitor mode?
[4:29] <Sonny_Jim> through iw or aircrack-ng?
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[4:29] <Bozza> Aircrack-ng and iw
[4:30] <Bozza> In fact "we" tried all sorts of ways just to discover there is something with the pi driver for those wifi sticks
[4:31] <Bozza> There is a thread about it. I didn't bother since
[4:31] <Sonny_Jim> right
[4:31] <Sonny_Jim> bbiab
[4:31] <Jeebiss> if only #curl was more active
[4:32] <Bozza> http://www.raspberrypi.org/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?t=24951 Sonny_Jim
[4:32] <Bozza> That's one of the topics.. But yea would wonder if it works well on the pi
[4:33] <Bozza> Let me know if its fast at all :)
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[4:33] <Bozza> Jeebiss: yea maybe tomorrow
[4:33] <Bozza> Take your head away from curl for a bit and the solution will come to you
[4:34] <Jeebiss> Im thinking it isnt curls fault
[4:34] <Jeebiss> becuase i orignally was using wget
[4:34] <Jeebiss> and having similar results
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[4:34] <Jeebiss> it has to be the file im sending
[4:35] <Bozza> How are you sending it again?
[4:35] <Jeebiss> currently? curl
[4:35] <Jeebiss> curl -X POST \
[4:35] <Jeebiss> --data-binary @out.flac \
[4:36] <Jeebiss> --user-agent 'Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; Intel Mac OS X 10_6_8) AppleWebKit/535.7 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/16.0.912.77 Safari/535.7' \
[4:36] <Jeebiss> --header 'Content-Type: audio/x-flac; rate=16000;' \
[4:36] <Jeebiss> 'https://www.google.com/speech-api/v1/recognize?client=chromium&lang=en-US&maxresults=10'
[4:36] <Jeebiss> bah, that was supposed to be a gist link
[4:36] <Bozza> Did you use wget/wput before?
[4:36] <Jeebiss> i did
[4:37] <Jeebiss> and it would sit at
[4:37] <Jeebiss> Connecting to www.google.com (www.google.com)|173.194.115.191:80... connected.
[4:37] <Jeebiss> HTTP request sent, awaiting response...
[4:38] <[Saint]> PEBCAK ;)
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[4:39] <Bozza> Your syntax seems fine
[4:40] <Jeebiss> it has to be the file im sending, or the service itself
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[4:40] <Bozza> Does google only take flac files?
[4:41] <[Saint]> For GMusic?
[4:41] <[Saint]> (if so, no)
[4:41] <[Saint]> But, if you're pushing flac to Google Music, don't.
[4:41] <Jeebiss> "It looks like the audio is collected from the mic, and then passed via an HTTPS POST to a Google web service, which responds with a JSON object with the results. Looking through their audio encoder code, it looks like the audio can be either FLAC or Speex- but it looks like it’s some sort of specially modified version of Speex- I’m not sure what it is, but it just didn’t look quite right."
[4:41] <Jeebiss> [Saint]: im pushing it to the speech-api
[4:42] <[Saint]> AH.
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[4:42] <Jeebiss> Bozza: Ive found atleast a half dozen examples of people who made this work, and they send flac
[4:42] <Bozza> [Saint]: googles speech recognition api
[4:43] <Bozza> Jeebiss: curl --data-binary @audio.flac --header 'Content-type: audio/x-flac; rate=16000' 'https://www.google.com/speech-api/v1/recognize?xjerr=1&client=chromium&pfilter=0&maxresults=1&lang="en-US"'
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[4:43] <Bozza> Try this
[4:43] <Jeebiss> one moment
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[4:46] <Jeebiss> Bozza: same result
[4:46] <Bozza> Does the shell just freeze? Put an echo 'end' at the end or some thing
[4:47] <Jeebiss> it doesnt reach the echo
[4:47] <Bozza> If it does freeze than googles server is doing something unexpected that curl doesn't like
[4:47] <Jeebiss> just sits there with a blinky cursor
[4:47] <Bozza> Hmmm
[4:47] <Bozza> Maybe they changed something in the api
[4:48] <Bozza> You might need to read the documentation
[4:49] <Jeebiss> there isnt any :(
[4:49] <Jeebiss> this is an official way to access the service
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[4:50] <Sonny_Jim> Bozza: Monitor mode works just fine
[4:50] <pablq> linux question here: so i'm trying to use the command line to modify a file but the machine says it cant find it... what's the proper way to tell it where the file lives... rp/home/desktop/etc... is there a certain annotation i need to use?
[4:51] <Sonny_Jim> It's ifplugd forcing the interface up all the time
[4:51] <Sonny_Jim> If you weren't such a script kiddie you would of figured this out
[4:51] <Bozza> Sonny_Jim: are you using 8192cu?
[4:51] <Sonny_Jim> No, it doesn't matter
[4:51] <Sonny_Jim> You didn't read what I wrote
[4:51] <Sonny_Jim> Did you disable plugd?
[4:52] <Sonny_Jim> *ifplugd
[4:52] <Sonny_Jim> pablq: find will find stuff
[4:52] <Sonny_Jim> find -name "filename*"
[4:53] <pablq> thanks for the tip
[4:53] <Bozza> Sonny_Jim: I didn't no
[4:53] <Sonny_Jim> Well then
[4:53] <Sonny_Jim> Go read something
[4:53] <Bozza> I will try it tomorrow and see if that helps
[4:54] <Sonny_Jim> Let me guess, "Device or resource busy"?
[4:54] <Bozza> That might have been it.. Can't remember now.
[4:54] <Bozza> It was a while since I tried
[4:55] <Sonny_Jim> Well, it's not a 'bug in the Pi stack' or anything like that
[4:55] <Sonny_Jim> The problem is PEBKAC
[4:58] <Bozza> Oh
[4:58] <Bozza> Did you have a look at the topic I linked you?
[4:58] <Bozza> http://www.raspberrypi.org/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?t=24951
[4:59] <Bozza> Sonny_Jim: I will try to disable ifplugd tomorrow
[4:59] <Bozza> Would be awesome if it worked
[4:59] <Jeebiss> i think im going to call it a night on this project
[4:59] <Jeebiss> its driving me insane
[5:00] <Sonny_Jim> Bozza: Just remember, if you want to be more than a scriptkiddie, read and understand what it is you are trying to do rather than just blindly following instructions from a forum post
[5:00] <Bozza> Maybe Sonny_Jim has an answer? :)
[5:00] <Bozza> That's fair enough
[5:01] <Bozza> Is the whole forum post bullshit basically because no one disabled ifplugd?
[5:01] <Sonny_Jim> I haven't read it
[5:01] <Sonny_Jim> If no one mentions ifplugd, then it's highly likely
[5:01] <Sonny_Jim> The big giveaway is that ifconfig shows wlan0 up after you issue ifconfig wlan0 down
[5:02] <Sonny_Jim> You can't put a dongle into monitor mode when it's still up
[5:03] <Sonny_Jim> Sorry about the attitude, it just sh*ts me when people reckon they know what the problem is when they haven't even begun to troubleshoot it
[5:03] <Sonny_Jim> Or worse, they don't start with the simple things and work through them
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[5:06] <Jeebiss> Thanks for the help this evening Bozza
[5:06] <Jeebiss> Have a good night guys
[5:07] <Bozza> Jeebiss: have a good night. Don't let this get to you
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[5:07] <Sonny_Jim> What's the problem?
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[5:08] <Bozza> He is trying to get the google speech api to work
[5:09] <Sonny_Jim> Ok
[5:09] <Sonny_Jim> Specifically?
[5:10] <Bozza> https://gist.github.com/Jeebiss/43e17083748765901dfc
[5:10] <Bozza> Going to watch breaking bad now
[5:10] <Bozza> Good night guys
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[5:11] <Sonny_Jim> Helpful error message...
[5:11] <Sonny_Jim> Well, they've both gone anyway
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[6:33] <[j4jackj]> I think I have a raspberry fritter. I accidentally split water on my Pi.
[6:34] <DataLinkDroid> was it on at the time?
[6:34] <[j4jackj]> Yes.
[6:34] <[j4jackj]> It had no SD card plugged in.
[6:34] <DataLinkDroid> could be bad
[6:35] <DataLinkDroid> let it thoroughly dry before plugging in again
[6:35] <DataLinkDroid> even waiting two days or so is not too long
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[6:36] <[j4jackj]> Iceape? More like Icerape! My computer is being raped by Iceape.
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[9:04] <InterWeb> hello
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[9:10] <InterWeb> Sonny_Jim, I've got my raspberry pi , I have 5V charger , Is it enough to power it by ?
[9:11] <Sonny_Jim> How many amps does it put out
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[9:11] <InterWeb> Sonny_Jim, 1.2 A
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[9:12] <Sonny_Jim> Should be ok
[9:12] <bts__> good morning
[9:12] <Sonny_Jim> Marnin'
[9:13] <InterWeb> Sonny_Jim, How do I can power off it ?
[9:14] <Sonny_Jim> Does it not have a micro USB connector on it
[9:15] <InterWeb> Sonny_Jim, Yes ,
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[9:15] <Sonny_Jim> So erm, plug it in the microUSB socket
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[9:15] <InterWeb> Sonny_Jim, and then How to shutdown it :/
[9:15] <Sonny_Jim> Pretty simple
[9:16] <Sonny_Jim> type sudo poweroff
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[9:16] <InterWeb> I didn't put any sd card in :/
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[9:28] <InterWeb> Sonny_Jim, What sd card do I need to buy , is 2GB enough ?
[9:29] <InterWeb> Sonny_Jim, another thing , Can I boot my raspberry pi from usb stick ?
[9:29] <InterWeb> Sonny_Jim, I mean make a bootable usb stick and install the os on sd card
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[9:31] <Sonny_Jim> InterWeb: 2GB isn't really enough, I would buy a 4 or 8GB one at least
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[9:31] <Sonny_Jim> You can't boot from USB due to the hardware design, but you can use USB sticks for file storage
[9:32] <Sonny_Jim> In theory you could probably have a minimal boot OS on the SD card and have everything else on the stick, but it wouldn't be worth the effort imho
[9:32] <InterWeb> Sonny_Jim, I see , I want my raspberry pi to be always on , What charger is good to buy ?
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[9:34] <Sonny_Jim> I honestly don't know
[9:35] <Sonny_Jim> I just use a Nokia charger, been running it for over a week with no problems
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[9:36] <ShorTie> if your gonna buy, i'd try to make sure it is 5v @ 1a
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[9:38] <InterWeb> ShorTie, 5V and 1A ?
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[9:38] <ShorTie> ya
[9:38] <Sonny_Jim> At least 1A, yes
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[9:39] <InterWeb> What about case ? I want to make one , Is there any toturial ?
[9:40] <ShorTie> they are preaty complicated at times
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[9:41] <Sonny_Jim> InterWeb: You can buy them pretty cheap, or make them out of Lego
[9:42] <Sonny_Jim> I got one of these, pretty happy with it
[9:42] <Sonny_Jim> https://www.modmypi.com/multicomp-raspberry-pi-case-clear
[9:42] <Sonny_Jim> Fits it perfectly
[9:42] <InterWeb> Sonny_Jim, I can not access to online stores ,
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[9:43] <Sonny_Jim> Go to an internet cafe?
[9:43] <Sonny_Jim> Ask a friend?
[9:44] <Th0rsten> any case that takes the camera module into account?
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[9:44] <bts__> as for power supply, I was using nokia charger with Pi working as a shell even
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[9:44] <bts__> it was running well, though I couldn't use external usb camera
[9:44] <ShorTie> where ever you got/get your rPi i would believe they would have case and power supply too...
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[10:00] <InterWeb> Is there any good map to use it for making the cover ?
[10:00] <InterWeb> case
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[10:16] <theresajayne_> I have a Raspberry PI which i run Raspbian latest headless, as soon as I run sudo apt-get update it gets the headers then locks up, is my pi faulty or is this a known issue
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[10:19] <tig|> theresajayne_: sounds odd
[10:19] <tig|> is your sd card full?
[10:19] <tig|> df -h
[10:19] <tig|> should tell you
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[11:37] <steme_jomps> Greets.
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[12:03] <theresajayne_> Sorry for the delay, yes I expanded the file system, 8GB card, it just locks up on the first Large download file, I have tried it headless and with several different power supplies the highest rating one being the one for my Kobo Vox which is a 2A supply
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[12:04] <_julian> if I have gpu_mem=196 on a rpi with 512mb ram, shouldn't I have 316m system memory available then?
[12:04] <patagonicus> theresajayne_: Maybe there was an error writing the image to the RPi. Did you check the downloaded file and tried rewriting the SD card? Is your Pi overclocked?
[12:04] <_julian> free says I have a total of 123976k
[12:04] <_julian> and dmesg says: Memory: 128MB = 128MB total
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[12:05] <ShorTie> does' top' lead you to any clues who is runnin what ??
[12:06] <ShorTie> consuming your mem
[12:07] <shiftplusone> I doesn't matter what's consuming it. Linux only sees 128MB available (total)
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[12:09] <ShorTie> oh, me bad
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[12:22] <Jck_True> theresajayne_: And you downloaded the newst raspbian distro right? There's been alot of bugfixes in the USB stack (And the lan card runs on the USB stack it could crash under load)
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[12:35] <Chetic> is it possible to treat the uart rx/tx as two different ports?
[12:35] <Chetic> with different baud rates
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[12:40] <mgottschlag> Chetic: no
[12:41] <Chetic> :(
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[12:45] <gordonDrogon> morning.
[12:46] <bts__> hello
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[13:27] <StyxAlso> Hi, I'm having trouble getting wifi working on my Raspberry Pi
[13:27] <StyxAlso> Any hints where to begin figuring that out?
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[13:30] <shiftplusone> StyxAlso, yeah, but you could get a quicker and better responses if you provided more information.
[13:30] <StyxAlso> shiftplusone: Sure
[13:31] <StyxAlso> I got my Pi's from Adafruit, with wifi dongles. They're RTL8192CUs. The wifi works on one of them, and doesn't work on the other.
[13:31] <StyxAlso> I have the Pi whose Wifi doesn't currently work connected via Ethernet
[13:32] <shiftplusone> Does linux detect the one that's not working? Does it load the module?
[13:32] <StyxAlso> Yes
[13:32] <shiftplusone> Does it find the network?
[13:32] <linuxstb> Have you tried swapping them over?
[13:33] <StyxAlso> I have
[13:33] <StyxAlso> And the behaviour is the same. So that makes me think it's configuration, not hardware.
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[13:34] <StyxAlso> Trying to paste my ifconfig wlan0 and iwconfig output into pastebin for you, but the web site is currently not responding for me ...
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[13:35] <linuxstb> Have you also tried swapping the SD cards?
[13:36] <StyxAlso> http://pastebin.com/wztECJ8F
[13:36] <StyxAlso> No, one of them is running Raspbmc, and the other is running Raspbian
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[13:36] <linuxstb> StyxAlso: That's useful to know ;) WHich one works?
[13:36] <StyxAlso> It's the one running Raspbian that doesn't have wifi working right now
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[13:38] <StyxAlso> I guess I could swap the wifi dongle and the sd card over for both of them, but I don't know why that would make any difference ...
[13:38] <InterWeb> I want to buy a charger 5V and 1.2A for my raspberry pi , Is it good ?
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[13:38] <StyxAlso> InterWeb: Should be enough current, I think
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[13:40] <ozzzy> you'd have to put a load on it and check the voltage drop....
[13:40] <ozzzy> you want to have ~5V under load
[13:40] <shiftplusone> InterWeb, only if the label on the supply is accurate.
[13:40] <StyxAlso> linuxstb: when I run iwlist, I can see my wireless network
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[13:41] <StyxAlso> linuxstb: When I try to use the Wi Fi config tool on the desktop, it tells me it can speak to wpa_supplicant
[13:41] <StyxAlso> s/can speak/can't speak/
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[13:42] <InterWeb> shiftplusone, How to know that charger is original ?
[13:43] <shiftplusone> InterWeb, quite often you, can't without taking it apart. There are ways to spot fake apple ones for example, but the only way to be sure if to make sure it came with something (like a phone)
[13:44] <InterWeb> shiftplusone, I want to buy a charger for my pi , I mean I want my pi to be alwayse on ,
[13:45] <shiftplusone> Then you're relying on luck an the reputation of the seller
[13:45] <shiftplusone> (chances are a fake one may work just fine too)
[13:46] <InterWeb> shiftplusone, Thanks for your help .
[13:46] <shiftplusone> np
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[13:55] <InterWeb> raspberrypy supports SD,HC yah ?
[13:56] <Vostok> yes
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[15:53] <mdik> hi. what does a rapidly blinking (0.5 sec intervall) red PWR led mean?
[15:53] <mdik> how dead is it?
[15:54] <shiftplusone> I don't think that makes sense.
[15:54] <shiftplusone> checking schematics
[15:54] <megaproxy> http://elinux.org/R-Pi_Troubleshooting#Red_power_LED_is_blinking
[15:54] <dreamreal> mdik: I think there's a description of the POST messages - that one MAY be "not enough power" but let me see if I can find it
[15:54] <dreamreal> or megaproxy can find it for you
[15:54] <shiftplusone> ah, my mistake then
[15:54] <shiftplusone> ah... not my mistake "The red power LED should never blink,"
[15:54] <megaproxy> yea, looks like your power supply is dropping
[15:54] <megaproxy> try a new supply
[15:54] * dreamreal had a similar problem at one point
[15:55] <mdik> dreamreal: yes. thank you
[15:55] <mdik> pheew. that is fixable
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[15:55] <IT_Sean> The red PWR LED is connected directly (well, vuia the 3.3v regulator) to the power input. So... LED on = PSU working. LED Not steady on = problem with power.
[15:56] <IT_Sean> ^ mdik
[15:57] <mdik> yes, yes, yes. thanks to all of you!
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[15:57] <Geniack> mdik: no problem
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[16:10] <dreamreal> mdik: hey, thank megaproxy - he found it for you, I only remembered that it was there :)
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[17:11] <Ange1o> abybody home
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[17:11] <MrVector> Nope, I'm at work. :)
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[17:12] <Ange1o> i'm looking to add a script to startup, so it runs at boot, but after like a 10 second delay
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[17:12] <Ange1o> it has to run after wifi starts up and connects properly
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[17:16] <murlock> Ange1o: you should use post-up option in your /etc/network/interfaces
[17:16] <Ange1o> can you give me a bit more detail?
[17:16] <Ange1o> i dont understand this
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[17:19] <murlock> If you use Raspbian, check https://wiki.debian.org/NetworkConfiguration and/or man interfaces
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[17:21] <murlock> of course, it is only available if you are setup your wifi in /etc/network/interfaces, if you are using Network Manager, you should check his documentation
[17:21] <Ange1o> thanks, ill take a look!
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[17:32] <MordFustang> hi, does anyone here using libCEC? I want to know how to turn off TV
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[17:35] <steve_rox> i see they are trying to get that ship up that capsized
[17:35] <sney> ship?
[17:35] <steve_rox> looks like they are makein progress
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[17:36] <steve_rox> www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-23245199
[17:36] <steve_rox> theres a live feed on that page
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[17:38] <InterWeb> I've bought a samsung charger 5V,1A is it good ?
[17:38] <steve_rox> think they are makeing progres since you can see a water line filth stain where the water was
[17:38] <InterWeb> for raspberry model B
[17:39] <DeliriumTremens> Anyone know of a wall receptacle with USB ports that will adequately power a pi?
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[17:39] <DeliriumTremens> for the US
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[17:39] <DeliriumTremens> http://www.homedepot.com/p/Leviton-15-Amp-Tamper-Resistant-Combo-Outlet-USB-Charger-White-R02-T5630-00W/203392187#.UjcmO8asi-0
[17:40] <DeliriumTremens> think that would work okay?
[17:40] <steve_rox> find out its output max
[17:41] <InterWeb> Sonny_Jim, steve_rox , Is 5V , 1A enough for raspberry model B ?
[17:41] <steve_rox> erm i think it is
[17:42] <steve_rox> depends what your going to attach to it maybe
[17:43] <murlock> InterWeb: if you plan to attach Bluetooth or wifi, it may be too just
[17:43] <InterWeb> steve_rox, to install it with old TV , Mouse , Keyboard , and then I will just use it without monitor
[17:44] <InterWeb> murlock, TV , mouse , keyboard
[17:44] <steve_rox> the rpi wont supply power to the tv
[17:44] <steve_rox> it will probly be okay
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[17:45] <InterWeb> steve_rox, my Phone's has 1.2 A is it enough to install it and then use it without monitor ?
[17:45] <steve_rox> should be
[17:46] <steve_rox> thats 1200ma if i rember right
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[17:53] <steve_rox> wonder how they will make that ship float again , theres a huge hole in the hull
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[17:54] <ShorTie> magic
[17:54] <steve_rox> maybe
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[18:32] <InterWeb> after format the sd , I should extract the noobs and copy it on sd card ?
[18:32] <InterWeb> What should I do with raspbian I've downloaded ,
[18:33] <shiftplusone> Nothing
[18:33] <linuxstb> Upload it back - you don't need it.
[18:33] <shiftplusone> >_<
[18:34] <InterWeb> What about if someone wanted to install another distro :P
[18:35] <Sonny_Jim> lol
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[18:40] <pagios> what is the best way to encrypt my filesystem using non lvm? any easy software?
[18:40] <Sonny_Jim> Do you need to encrypt the whole filesystem?
[18:41] <Encrypt> Epic Highlight \o/
[18:41] <Encrypt> I personally use EncFs to encrypt entire folders
[18:42] <Encrypt> That might be a better solution rather than encrypting the entier filesystem
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[18:42] <Encrypt> Since whenever your Pi would experience a problem (an't sudo, etc...), you couldn't recover it.
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[18:47] <pagios> Encrypt: any link to point me to?>
[18:47] <Encrypt> pagios, Do you speak french?
[18:48] <pagios> oui
[18:48] <Encrypt> :D
[18:48] <pagios> how do you decrypt the filesystem? you provide a pass?
[18:48] <Encrypt> http://www.encrypt-tips.tk/pages/informatique/dites-non-a-big-brother/cryptez-vos-dossiers-avec-encfs.html
[18:48] <Encrypt> Ya
[18:48] <pagios> can you automate that process for instance?
[18:48] <pagios> like provide the pass by command line
[18:48] <Encrypt> In fact, you mount the encrypted folder giving the software the password
[18:49] <Encrypt> providing the password to the software*
[18:49] <pagios> yes
[18:49] <Encrypt> pagios, Ya, that's how it works ;)
[18:49] <pagios> like i want to authenticate a user by a different mean, if he gets authenticated succesfully decrypt the fs automatically
[18:49] <Encrypt> Ya
[18:50] <Encrypt> You can combine both encfs and pam_mount.
[18:50] <Encrypt> Have a look at the link I gave you ;)
[18:50] <Encrypt> I explained everything! :)
[18:50] <pagios> sure thanks
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[18:51] <Encrypt> pagios, (I mean in my article)
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[18:53] <Sonny_Jim> At least you guys don't get locked up for 2 years if you forget a password.....
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[18:54] <steve_rox> encourages memory i suppose
[18:55] <steve_rox> or something
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[19:18] <InterWeb> can anyone help?
[19:19] <shiftplusone> As long as it's not that raspbian question. =D
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[19:19] <plugwash> what raspbian question
[19:19] <InterWeb> I've connected SD card , power ,moues , keyboard and composite to it but I can just see a red light on it
[19:19] <InterWeb> what's the problem ?
[19:20] <shiftplusone> InterWeb, what's on the first partition of the card. IIRC you're using noobs. Is it a bunch of files or is it a folder?
[19:20] <PhotoJim> bad card, incompatible card or you didn't write the image at all or properly, most likely.
[19:20] <InterWeb> shiftplusone, bunch of files
[19:21] <shiftplusone> And this card worked just fine before?
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[19:21] <pagios> Encrypt: u here?
[19:21] <InterWeb> shiftplusone, I've just got it about one hour ago
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[19:21] <InterWeb> shiftplusone, don't know
[19:21] <pagios> fuse: mountpoint is not empty
[19:21] <pagios> fuse: if you are sure this is safe, use the 'nonempty' mount option
[19:21] <pagios> use failed. Common problems: - fuse kernel module not installed (modprobe fuse) - invalid options -- see usage message
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[19:22] <shiftplusone> InterWeb, ah, sounds like a bad card then. Have you tried witting the raspbian image as normal?
[19:22] <Sonny_Jim> My guess is that he just copied the files onto it without using dd/disk imager
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[19:23] <InterWeb> shiftplusone, no , How to
[19:24] <Encrypt> pagios, Yes, sure
[19:24] <InterWeb> Sonny_Jim, Yes , I've used windows to do this and extracted noobs and copied them to sd card
[19:24] <Sonny_Jim> InterWeb: http://elinux.org/RPi_Easy_SD_Card_Setup
[19:24] <Encrypt> pagios, Did you set EncFs first?
[19:24] <Sonny_Jim> You don't copy them
[19:24] <shiftplusone> Sonny_Jim, he's using NOOBS, so that's what he's supposed to do.
[19:24] <pagios> yes
[19:24] <pagios> paranoia
[19:24] <Sonny_Jim> Oh really?
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[19:25] <Encrypt> pagios, There's also a good doc about EncFs right here: http://doc.ubuntu-fr.org/encfs
[19:25] <Sonny_Jim> That's handy
[19:25] <shiftplusone> Sonny_Jim, yeah, it's an installer, so you just format the card, extract the files and off you go.
[19:25] <Sonny_Jim> I'd try with using Win32DiskImager
[19:25] <Sonny_Jim> Then if neither method works, probably a faulty card/socket
[19:26] <Encrypt> pagios, Fuse is telling you the folder in which you're attempting to mount the encrypted folder in sot empty
[19:26] <Encrypt> Thus, it's impossible to mount it there
[19:28] <pagios> encfs /secret-enc /secret
[19:28] <pagios> i have files in /secret so what
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[19:29] <Encrypt> pagios, Are you sure about that paths?
[19:30] <Encrypt> It should be in your home directory...
[19:30] <Encrypt> So encfs /home/pagios/secret-enc /home/pagios/secret
[19:30] <pagios> only works in home dir?
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[19:31] <Sonny_Jim> The pi user normally doesn't have permission to write in /
[19:31] <Sonny_Jim> only /home/pi
[19:31] <pagios> i am root
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[19:32] <Encrypt> pagios, And the command doesn't work?
[19:32] <pagios> no
[19:32] <Encrypt> Hum...
[19:33] <Encrypt> pagios, secret is not empty then
[19:33] <pagios> secret contains my files to encrypr
[19:33] <Encrypt> just do a "rm /secret*"
[19:33] <Sonny_Jim> heh
[19:33] <Encrypt> Mokay !! :p
[19:33] <Encrypt> I se!
[19:33] <Encrypt> What you have to do is the following;
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[19:33] <Encrypt> Do not put any file in any of the secret-enc and secret folder
[19:34] <Encrypt> Then, lauch encfs
[19:34] <Encrypt> Once this is done, you can place your files in /secret
[19:34] <Encrypt> When you have finished, just type : fusermount -u /secret
[19:34] <Encrypt> Your file will be encrypted in /secret-enc
[19:35] <Encrypt> Whenever you want to access them, just type again the encfs command
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[19:36] <Encrypt> Dinner time! See you!
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[20:12] <Bozza> Hey all
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[20:14] <LordThumper> Hi, is the Raspberrypi kernel (available on github) enough for the system to boot?
[20:14] <shiftplusone> along with the firmware files
[20:15] <shiftplusone> enough to boot, but not into anything useful.
[20:15] <LordThumper> awesome, just what I wanted to know, thanks
[20:16] <shiftplusone> have fun
[20:16] <Bozza> Damm sonny jim was so annoying yesterday... Kept calling me a script kiddy
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[20:17] <shiftplusone> In here? Were you being a script kiddy?
[20:17] <limitz-ARSNL> Bozza is a script kiddy
[20:17] <Bozza> Ouch :3
[20:17] <IT_Sean> Bozza: are you a script kiddy?
[20:17] <Bozza> NOOO lol
[20:17] <limitz-ARSNL> its okay… denials the first phase
[20:18] <Bozza> I was helping some one out with their shell script
[20:18] <IT_Sean> were you engaging in "leet hax" >
[20:18] <IT_Sean> ?
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[20:18] <shiftplusone> Doesn't look like he was... looks like people were being... impolite O_o
[20:19] <Bozza> Nah somehow the topic got off track later on
[20:19] <Bozza> About wifi cracking
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[20:19] <shiftplusone> Ah.... then the name is well earned
[20:19] <Bozza> Yet when I was posting code snippets to help the guy with his curl .. Sonny thought I was posting error logs
[20:20] <InterWeb> I've isntalled raspbian succesfully , I want to use my pi with my linux using opensshserver , what should I do ?
[20:20] <shiftplusone> InterWeb, just that... ssh in.
[20:20] <Bozza> shiftplusone: the guy who was calling me a script kiddy. Couldn't differentiate between simple bash, and an error log
[20:21] <InterWeb> shiftplusone, You mean I don't need to install opensshserver?
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[20:21] <Bozza> I guess I am a script kiddy. I only code in python or bash :3
[20:21] <shiftplusone> InterWeb, already installed and running.
[20:21] <shiftplusone> Bozza, well if you kids can't get along... >=/
[20:22] <Bozza> :(
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[20:23] <Bozza> Anyway lets forget about all those nasty things and eat ice cream :) raspbian flavour
[20:23] <IT_Sean> Can i have vanilla instead?
[20:23] <j4jackj> Why isn't anything Pi compiled against uClibc?
[20:24] <Bozza> Vanilla is good too. But you will get a free scoop of raspberry
[20:24] <shiftplusone> j4jackj, why should it be?
[20:24] <j4jackj> shiftplusone: smaller, faster
[20:25] <shiftplusone> Is disk space an issue? Is the speed difference substantial enough to justify using it?
[20:25] <IT_Sean> Bozza: i don't want raspberry.
[20:26] <Bozza> Ok just vanilla for you sir IT_Sean
[20:27] <IT_Sean> Thanks.
[20:27] <IT_Sean> Can i have chocolate sauce?
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[20:28] <Bozza> Maybeeee
[20:28] <Bozza> Any pink fluffy unicorns to top of that ice cream?
[20:28] <shiftplusone> That's some serious 4 year old RP in here.
[20:28] <Bozza> RP?
[20:28] <shiftplusone> role playing >_<
[20:29] <Bozza> Haha yea I know,,, I couldn't think how to break it off lol
[20:29] <shiftplusone> Yeah, you have to be careful with Sean... he'll carry that thing on long after you leave.
[20:30] <Bozza> Here is an interesting problem. I would like to use my ipad as a screen for my pi
[20:30] <IT_Sean> I will no!
[20:30] <IT_Sean> :p
[20:30] <Bozza> Oh no , we have created a monster!
[20:30] <IT_Sean> Bozza: you would have to use some sort of remote desktop protocol
[20:30] <madsy> Some resolutions reported by SDL 1.2 freezes my test program and doesn't show anything on the TV. Is the Raspberry Pi reporting illegal resolutions, or is the problem my TV?
[20:30] <Bozza> From past experiences vnc, is usually quite slow
[20:31] <Bozza> Punctuation fail^
[20:33] <Bozza> madsy: other resolutions work fine? Tried using a different screen?
[20:33] <Bozza> IT_Sean: vnc is usually slow I find. Isn't there something a bit faster?
[20:34] <shiftplusone> NX, but I doubt there's a client.
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[20:35] <madsy> Bozza: Are you asking if other resolutions are fine, or are you stating a fact?
[20:35] <madsy> No, I only have one screen to test against
[20:36] <Bozza> Other resolutions work fine with your program?
[20:38] <Bozza> Hmm. Logmein have a client for iPads. But I don't trust their proprietary software
[20:40] <sney> rdesktop is decent. server is packaged as xrdp. it has auth.
[20:40] <sney> but any kind of remote desktopping is going to be slower than sitting right in front of it
[20:41] <Bozza> Of course.. But thanks sney
[20:41] <InterWeb> I want to connect to pi by ssh , How ?
[20:41] <Bozza> InterWeb: what OS are you using on your client?
[20:41] <InterWeb> Bozza, linux
[20:41] <Bozza> sney: rdesktop looks good! I will try it
[20:41] <Bozza> InterWeb: open a new terminal. Type in ssh ip.of.your.pi
[20:42] <InterWeb> Bozza, How do I can get ip of my pi ?
[20:42] <Bozza> If you use Debian it will be in your network settings
[20:43] <Bozza> Otherwise just do ifconfig
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[20:44] <InterWeb> Bozza, aha , I write the password but It says this is incorrect
[20:44] <Bozza> InterWeb: you might have to type in shh username@ip.address
[20:44] <Bozza> Whatever your username on the pi is
[20:44] <InterWeb> Bozza, yes it works
[20:45] <Bozza> Awesome
[20:46] <InterWeb> Bozza, can I use ssh on raspberry pi's boot ? I mean I want to use it without keyboard and use ssh to go to shell
[20:47] <Bozza> You can do that
[20:47] <Bozza> You don't need to log in locally onto your pi
[20:47] <Bozza> You can just power it in and ssh into it
[20:48] <InterWeb> Bozza, awesome
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[20:48] <InterWeb> Bozza, Realy thanks for your help :)
[20:48] <Bozza> No worries InterWeb :)
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[20:51] <InterWeb> Bozza, Does the ip address changes on every boot ?
[20:52] <Bozza> It shouldn't change no
[20:52] <mpmc> It can though.
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[20:52] <Bozza> Even if you have dhcp activated it should stay the same
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[20:53] <Bozza> Unless some other device hijacks the ip
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[20:53] <Bozza> InterWeb: have a read about dhcp and static ops
[20:53] <Bozza> IPs
[20:54] <Bozza> You set your raspberrypi to have a static ip
[20:54] <unpopsicle> InterWeb: most routers let you assign permenent ips to macs with dhcp
[20:54] <Bozza> Could*
[20:54] <InterWeb> I see
[20:54] <Bozza> unpopsicle: don't most routers with dhcp do that by default?
[20:54] <InterWeb> Bozza, unpopsicle , Thanks
[20:54] <unpopsicle> Bozza: No, it's like a reserve
[20:55] <Bozza> Fair enough
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[20:56] <unpopsicle> Bozza: my router only has a default lease time of 120 minutes
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[20:57] <Bozza> I would just assign a static ip to your pi
[20:57] <Bozza> Either through dhcp to your MAC address in the router
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[20:57] <Bozza> Or in the network settings of your pi you can switch the dhcp option off and enter your ip manually
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[20:58] <Bozza> I usually do it on the device itself instead of the router
[20:59] <ab3kc> The camera howto at http://www.raspberrypi.org/camera has a bad reference to a netcat command for streaming video
[20:59] <ab3kc> The command is nc -l -p 5001 | mplayer -fps 31 -cache 1024 -
[20:59] <ab3kc> But should be nc -l 5001 | mplayer -fps 31 -cache 1024 -
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[21:01] <ab3kc> The port is an argument of the netcat command... It does not require the -p handle.... In fact that causes nc to fail
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[21:08] <madsy> Here are the screenmodes I got listed from SDL 1.2. Can someone tell me if some of the resolutions I've marked as broken, works in general?
[21:08] <madsy> https://gist.github.com/Madsy/6585075
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[21:19] <gordonDrogon> madsy, why do you say broken?
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[21:19] <gordonDrogon> let me see what I get..
[21:20] <madsy> gordonDrogon: Selecting them seem to crashe the unit. I'm not entirely sure, as I haven't tried remote debugging yet.
[21:20] <madsy> But the TV goes black, and if it quits, it never changes the resolution back to textmode again
[21:20] <InterWeb> How do I can change the password of my raspberry pi ?
[21:21] <gordonDrogon> I only get 1920x1080 reported by SDL.
[21:21] <madsy> gordonDrogon: I'm running the latest dist-upgrade and I have the latest firmware
[21:21] <gordonDrogon> madsy, I had a lot of problems with SDL and screen modes.
[21:21] <gordonDrogon> are you running it in 16bpp?
[21:21] <madsy> yes
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[21:21] <gordonDrogon> let me try in the console..
[21:22] <madsy> RGB24, RGB32 and RGBA32 wasn't supported
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[21:22] <madsy> gordonDrogon: As I said, I tested this with 1.2. SDL 2.0 might give other results
[21:23] <InterWeb> How do I can change my root password ?
[21:24] <Bozza> passwd?
[21:24] <gordonDrogon> InterWeb, man passwd
[21:25] <gordonDrogon> madsy, I tried a few modes - SDL (1.2) lists the same lot as you list.
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[21:25] <gordonDrogon> my program seems to be able to use them - some get stretched, but that might be my monitor.
[21:25] <gordonDrogon> e.g. 640x480 filled the height of the screen, but not the width
[21:25] <madsy> Yep, same here.
[21:25] <gordonDrogon> this is in console mode, not under X
[21:26] <madsy> Yeah, same as me. I'm not running X
[21:26] <gordonDrogon> so looks like it works - don't think its broken...
[21:26] <gordonDrogon> this is my BASIC interpreter fwiw.
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[21:27] <madsy> That's weird. Maybe it simply doesn't change back the mode when it fails the screen mode change?
[21:27] <gordonDrogon> I've had issues under debian on my x86 desktop with it not switching back - but I'm putting that down to gnome3 - it was fine (mostly) under xfce4...
[21:27] <madsy> SDL_SetVideoMode() always succeeds here. And just to be sure, I call SDL_SetVideoMode() before quitting with a known good resolution.
[21:28] <madsy> But it didn't seem to help
[21:28] <gordonDrogon> I did have lock-ups in the early days.
[21:28] <madsy> SDL on Ubuntu 12.04 on my desktop works fine
[21:28] <gordonDrogon> mostly as I was doing it wrong - the 16bpp thing made a difference - now I probe the hardware to let it tell me what its got and then use that...
[21:29] <madsy> Yep, that's what I'm doing.
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[21:30] <madsy> Maybe it's the SDL code from my Raspberry distro which is buggy?
[21:30] <madsy> I use the default Debian version
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[21:31] <gordonDrogon> I'm using Raspbian.
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[21:35] <pagios> anyone familair iwth encfs?
[21:35] <Encrypt> paIt stills doesn't work?
[21:36] <pagios> hey man it does work
[21:36] <Encrypt> pagios, *
[21:36] <pagios> but on 1 partition
[21:36] <Encrypt> Fine :)
[21:36] <pagios> means if i have 2 different disks i am not able to make it work
[21:36] <Encrypt> Why?
[21:36] <Encrypt> What is the error?
[21:36] <Encrypt> It should work...
[21:36] <pagios> coz mainly i have /dev/mmcblk1p2 and /dev/mmcblk1p1
[21:37] <pagios> i tried: mounting these 2 then trying to run encfs on the directories mounted it complains with fuse: mountpoint is not empty
[21:38] <pagios> did you get my point?
[21:38] <pagios> you cannot encfs on mounted directories, and i need to mount directories in order to use the other disks...
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[21:40] <Encrypt> pagios, Uh...
[21:40] <Encrypt> Any filesystem you're working on is mountet...
[21:40] <pagios> ?
[21:40] <Encrypt> mounted*
[21:41] <Encrypt> Apart if you're trying to use encfs on an entire partition? :p
[21:41] <pagios> its root fs is mounted not itself
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[21:41] <pagios> commands used: mount /dev/mmcblk0p1 /plain
[21:42] <pagios> encfs /encrypted/ /plain
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[21:42] <Encrypt> I can't get what you're trying to do...
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[21:43] <Encrypt> Since ok, if you mount a filesystem, you can't mount it once more with encfs...
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[21:43] <Encrypt> To encrypt /dev/mmcblk0p1, you would do:
[21:44] <Encrypt> encfs /dev/mmcblk0p1 /plain
[21:44] <Encrypt> Or something similar
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[21:49] <InterWeb> How do I can make username on my pi ?
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[21:50] <Encrypt> InterWeb, What do you mean?
[21:50] <Encrypt> Change it or create a new user?
[21:51] <InterWeb> Encrypt, creat a new one
[21:51] <Encrypt> sudo adduser <youruserhere>
[21:51] <Encrypt> EG : sudo adduser toto
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[22:02] <pagios> Encrypt: can i remove the plain directory after encrypting and then use encsync to recreate the plain directroy from the encrypted one?
[22:03] <Encrypt> Ya, sure
[22:03] <Encrypt> But...
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[22:03] <pagios> but what
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[22:04] <Encrypt> We agree that you've put your files in the unencrypted directory, and then fusermout -u makes the file disappear and go encrypted in the "main" directory, right?
[22:04] <Encrypt> You'd like to remove the unencrypted directory?
[22:04] <pagios> yep
[22:05] <Encrypt> (Once you've fusermounted -u it?)
[22:05] <Encrypt> (New english verb btw :p)
[22:05] <Encrypt> Why not keep it?
[22:05] <pagios> yes
[22:05] <pagios> i dont wanna keep it for security reasons
[22:05] <pagios> space also
[22:05] <pagios> i would have 2 files no for each file? one encrypted one decrypted
[22:06] <Encrypt> No
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[22:06] <Encrypt> Since when you unmount the mounted (and decrypted directory), the files "disappear"
[22:06] <Encrypt> It's cleaned.
[22:06] <pagios> so it is like a remove
[22:06] <Encrypt> Ya, we could ay so
[22:07] <Encrypt> As you can see, encfs only *mounts* the encrypted filesystem
[22:07] <pagios> but when you decrypt you will have 2 files ?
[22:07] <Encrypt> So you don't have your files twice (encrypted and "clear" version)
[22:07] <Encrypt> Actually, it's more difficult to understand I imagine...
[22:08] <pagios> coz decryption i think you have 2 files
[22:08] <Encrypt> The encryption algorythm might be used in "real-time"
[22:08] <pagios> but you end up with 2 files :)
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[22:08] <pagios> unless each access is provided the encrypted key to decrypt in realtime
[22:08] <Encrypt> It sounds to me weird in the mechanism that encfs would make a "clear copy" of the folder
[22:09] <Encrypt> <pagios> unless each access is provided the encrypted key to decrypt in realtime // Ya, I believe this is what it does.
[22:09] <Encrypt> It would make more sense
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[22:09] <pagios> you would unmount the clear dir yea not the encrypted one
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[22:12] <Encrypt> pagios, Yes
[22:13] <Encrypt> pagios, BTW, I really believe this is a real time algorythm since whenever you put a file in the decrypted directory, it's immediately "sync'ed" in the encrypted one
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[22:14] <pagios> its a nice tool
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[22:15] <Encrypt> ;)
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[22:29] <gyeben> I finally could start an OpenGL ES port of Extreme Tux Racer on my Pi
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[22:29] <gyeben> I can hear the game's music, and the game's behaviour seems OK, but the screen is all black
[22:30] <gyeben> What can be the problem?
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[23:00] <mrvector> Ellu :) Completely new on interrupts, trying to understand. The bcm pdf mentions a memory mapped interrupt register with registers such as "Enable IRQ 1" etc. This to me makes it seem like one can use these to enable/disable irq. But all code samples I see use the crypting msr cpsr. Are both ways valid? :-)
[23:00] <mrvector> crypting = cryptic*
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[23:18] <GRMrGecko> Hello. I just recently got a Raspberry Pi, and would like to make an image of rasplex which works on NOOBS to sort of provide a dual boot system. My first attempt (placing image compressed with xz) did not work and had an error LBR not being found. I then used a loopback in debian to replace the files of OpenELEC with Rasplex's files to create a similar image and it writes fine, but when booting it halts because it could not mount
[23:18] <GRMrGecko> a file system.
[23:19] <GRMrGecko> I have a pretty good knowledge of coding and linux, I would not say I'm an expert, and I can compile rasplex myself if need be.
[23:21] <GRMrGecko> What would be the steps to get Rasplex to work on NOOBS? Is there a guide for creating the image files? The wiki is empty so I do not know where else to look https://github.com/raspberrypi/noobs/wiki
[23:21] <GRMrGecko> Maybe the docs at https://github.com/raspberrypi/noobs/tree/master/buildroot/docs can help?
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[23:25] <GRMrGecko> No, those docs does not help.
[23:27] <GRMrGecko> Readme at https://github.com/raspberrypi/noobs/blob/master/README.md only talks about building NOOBS and how to install it. It doesn't talk about making images.
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[23:28] <GRMrGecko> Kinda made for the end user who knows nothing of code and for developers who knows the codebase already.
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