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IRC Log for 2013-09-18

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[0:23] <mpmc> rikkib: Sounds exciting.. get to it.. /yawn
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[0:25] <funkster> so what happens if a power supply im using is 5v but can send over 1amps?
[0:25] <funkster> will RPi only draw 1amp? or...
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[0:26] <sney> usb power is pretty flexible that way. I know some people in here have 2A power supplies
[0:26] <sney> it means you have more power to go around for usb peripherals, too
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[0:35] <funkster> so is there a max ams that 5v can do?
[0:35] <funkster> amps*
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[0:41] <Squarepy> that doesn't make much sense as a question
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[0:45] <davor> funkster, if you mean if there's a max to how much mA the 5v pins can put out, it's usually what your charger can provide minus whatever the Pi itself is "consuming", I think
[0:46] <ozzzy> and if you mean what can the GPIOs source... just a dozen mA or so
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[0:51] <eric1212> Hi guys
[0:51] <eric1212> Just wanted to share this article with Raspberry Pi fans: http://techzany.com/2013/09/live-streaming-video-using-avconv-and-a-raspberry-pi/
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[2:06] <mukti_> I'm trying to log into my pi, but I don't remember the passwords on any accounts. I booted into single user mode (jumper on pins 5 and 6),but I can't use passwd to change the root password. Does anyone know of any other way to reset the root password?
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[2:07] <mukti_> I don't want to wipe the pi if I don't have to
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[2:10] <superlou> While waiting for a larger SD card to arrive, I found a 2 GB card and tried to sudo dd bs=4M if=2013-09-10-wheezy-raspbian.img of=/dev/sdg1 the raspbian image. The command completed, but the raspberry pi won't boot. I think maybe the copy was botched, but when I plug the card back into the PC (ubuntu) it's not automounted. I can see it in diskutils, but it it's not being automounted, could that be related to why the RPi can't b
[2:10] <superlou> oot?
[2:11] <mukti_> Try manually mounting it
[2:12] <shiftplusone> superlou, did you 'sync' before yanking the card out?
[2:12] <mukti_> Fixed my problem. I was able to mount the one of the partitions, then chroot and run passwd as root
[2:13] <superlou> mukti_, shiftplusone will try mounting after latest dd attempt completes (should be soon). Also, forgot sync (hits head)
[2:14] <shiftplusone> mukti_, yup, the safe mode uses an initramfs for root rather than just entering single user mode in the existing partition. You could have added init=/bin/bash to cmdline to achieve it in the first place.
[2:14] <shiftplusone> superlou, make sure nothing from the card is mounted, dd the image onto it again, sync, then try again >_<
[2:15] <mukti_> shiftplusone: ah, okay. That would have been easier, good to know. Thanks
[2:15] <shiftplusone> np
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[2:24] <superlou> shiftplusone, no dice after dd then sync
[2:24] <superlou> will try mounting
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[2:24] <superlou> thoguh dd finished very quickly
[2:24] <shiftplusone> oh... lol I see the problem
[2:24] <shiftplusone> of=/dev/sdg1 .... you goose >_<
[2:25] <shiftplusone> /dev/sdg, not /dev/sdg1
[2:25] <superlou> shiftplusone, i thought so at first, but i get "No medium found" when i do that
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[2:25] <madsy_> I don't seem to have any hardware acceleration at all. What could be wrong?
[2:26] <shiftplusone> Then you've got other problems.
[2:26] <delinquentme> easiest web server for raspberry pi? I want a server to hit an IP on LAN ... and have it execute a python script on the raspberry p
[2:26] <shiftplusone> madsy_, how do you know?
[2:26] <madsy_> shiftplusone: SDL reports no hardware acceleration, and when I run X, I only get a single resolution choice
[2:26] <shiftplusone> delinquentme, I don't know about 'easiest', they're all fairly easy. Nginx is a popular one.
[2:27] <shiftplusone> madsy_, that's because the software does not know how to take advantage of the gpu. Try one of the demos in /opt/vc or omxplayer
[2:27] <madsy_> shiftplusone: Not even for 2D acceleration?
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[2:28] <shiftplusone> madsy_, the software would need to know to use opengl es or openvg to take advantage of it.
[2:28] <madsy_> shiftplusone: Nah it wouldn't. You have 2D acceleration and 3D acceleration.
[2:28] <madsy_> Even without support for OpenGL ES or OpenVG, you're supposed to get fast hardware blitting
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[2:29] <madsy_> And basic support for double buffering
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[2:30] <shiftplusone> I am telling you what the GPU expects. There is no other way to get acceleration from it. Unless you know the VC instruction set and are competent enough to use it.
[2:30] <madsy_> Right. So it has 2D acceleration but no one has taken use of it
[2:31] <madsy_> made*
[2:31] <shiftplusone> People have... it just seems that the SDL build you're using hasn't (there may be accelerated builds out there somewhere, I am not sure).
[2:31] <madsy_> Oh well, that sucks
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[2:36] <madsy_> Thanks for your help
[2:36] <madsy_> Maybe I'll just use OpenGL ES then. Although it takes some of the fun out of it
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[2:52] <shiftplusone> madsy_, http://www.raspberrypi.org/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f=67&t=12693&p=194213#p194213
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[2:53] <madsy_> shiftplusone: Thanks :)
[2:53] <shiftplusone> np
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[2:56] <madsy_> shiftplusone: I'm making a demo (demoscene demo), which is 3D done in software
[2:56] <madsy_> And having a SW rasterizer is half the fun
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[2:56] <shiftplusone> =D
[2:57] <madsy_> I mean of course I could slap OpenGL ES on it. But then it wouldn't be impressive
[2:57] <shiftplusone> I was mentioning a while back that the pi has some potential for demoscene. Good to see someone doing it.
[2:58] <madsy_> Here's a test pic: http://www.mechcore.net/images/gfx/rasterizer-tiled/rasterizer_new8.png
[2:58] <madsy_> Though I can't run at that resolution on the Pi
[2:59] <shiftplusone> nice
[2:59] <madsy_> Made with the biggest cheat ever. Precalculate lighting in Blender and bake it into the textures
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[3:02] <shiftplusone> heh
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[3:57] <delinquentme> easiest way to hit a URL on a raspberry pi ... and have it execute a python script?
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[4:07] <sney> curl, probably
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[4:08] <PhotoJim> curl/wget
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[4:16] <nerdboy> yup
[4:18] <RiXtEr> Hey, what should be in line with a switch if I go grnd to gpio 17, a resistor, or will the pi protect itself?
[4:18] <delinquentme> sney, PhotoJim wait how can these be used? I've never seen curl execute a script on a remote machine...?
[4:19] <RiXtEr> delinquentme, you can use python cgi... most don't recommend it due to security issues, but if you are just using it at home it'd probably be alright.
[4:19] <PhotoJim> delinquentme: wget just fetches web content. curl, I am not super familiar with but it does the same, with more complexity.
[4:19] <Xark> delinquentme: They just access a URL and download the resultant stream. If the URL connects to a script (php, CGI etc.) it the web server will execute it.
[4:20] <delinquentme> Curl will execute a script on a remote machine?
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[4:20] <RiXtEr> delinquentme, I think curl will download things from the web...
[4:20] <Xark> delinquentme: No, the web server will execute it when a specific URL is access (assuming it is set up that way).
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[4:20] <Xark> accessed*
[4:20] <delinquentme> Ok so yeah theres still a web server on the Pi
[4:20] <Xark> delinquentme: Correct.
[4:20] <delinquentme> yeah i'm doing a version of that right now uWSGI
[4:21] <delinquentme> might have to include nginx
[4:21] <delinquentme> blargh.
[4:21] <RiXtEr> python -m SimpleHTTPServer
[4:22] <delinquentme> will this allow script to be executed?!
[4:22] <RiXtEr> no but it will allow you to run files from the current directory to the webserver (without the need of apache or lighthttpd)
[4:22] <delinquentme> so yeah its serving up the files ... as text
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[4:23] <RiXtEr> python -m CGIHTTPServer
[4:23] <RiXtEr> will allow you to run .py files as programs
[4:23] <delinquentme> RiXtEr, so I've browsed here http://raspberrypi:8000/Python/carls_stepper.py
[4:23] <RiXtEr> in the current directory
[4:24] <RiXtEr> delinquentme, what is the contents of 'carls_stepper.py' is it something you can pastebin.
[4:24] <delinquentme> https://gist.github.com/delinquentme/3f83acf4dda057152eef
[4:24] <delinquentme> yar ^
[4:25] <RiXtEr> delinquentme, here is one I was playing with (learning python a bit) http://paste.ubuntu.com/6122095/
[4:25] <RiXtEr> I have since decided to change over to html5+javascript+python backend.
[4:26] <delinquentme> but yeah it doesnt execute =[
[4:26] <RiXtEr> delinquentme, the important thing here is that you give the .py a import cgi and some html to tell it to run something in the code.
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[4:29] <RiXtEr> delinquentme, so my script reads some sensor info (temp sensors... lines 26-55) and config info and uses that info to generate a dynamic webpage...
[4:30] <RiXtEr> the webpage can change the config on (/home/pi/hvac.conf) using 'post' commands back to the same script
[4:30] <delinquentme> what part is telling the server to execute the python script instead of serve it up as text ?
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[4:31] <RiXtEr> delinquentme, if you are using apache, it needs to be in your cgi-bin directory
[4:31] <RiXtEr> if you are using the python -m CGIHTTPServer, then it will pick it up from the directory that is executed form.
[4:31] <RiXtEr> *from
[4:31] <delinquentme> I just tried the ^^
[4:31] <delinquentme> not executing
[4:31] <RiXtEr> does it have 755 permissions?
[4:32] <RiXtEr> also, unless you have changed your script you haven't done the 'import cgi'
[4:32] <RiXtEr> and given it some html to serve out.
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[4:33] <delinquentme> it does
[4:33] <RiXtEr> update your pastebin.
[4:33] <delinquentme> IDK if HTML being served out executes the python script
[4:33] <RiXtEr> (github gist)
[4:33] <delinquentme> it does have 0755
[4:33] <delinquentme> it it sounds like you're using apache and apache is configured
[4:34] <RiXtEr> I have used both...
[4:34] <RiXtEr> on this same script
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[4:34] <delinquentme> IDK what to say man
[4:34] <RiXtEr> what does the console report...
[4:34] <RiXtEr> it should be giving you access logs.
[4:35] <delinquentme> 172.16.0.39 - - [17/Sep/2013 22:35:19] "GET /carls_stepper.py HTTP/1.1" 200 -
[4:35] <delinquentme> looks good
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[4:36] <RiXtEr> delinquentme, ah, forgot to mention, you need to create a cgi-bin directory... say /home/pi/cgi-bin then run python -m CGIHTTPServer from /home/pi (so it looks for the cgi-bin directory to run scripts from)
[4:37] <RiXtEr> so your script would then be in /home/pi/cgi-bin
[4:37] <RiXtEr> and you would access it doing http://ip.to.ras.pi/cgi-bin/script.py
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[4:41] <RiXtEr> delinquentme, that do it?
[4:42] <delinquentme> RiXtEr, I think theres additional configs to set what is in /home/pi/cgi-bing as executeable
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[4:42] <delinquentme> idk im like trying 3 things right now
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[4:47] <Jeebiss> Bozza: are you around by any chance?
[4:48] <Bozza> I am actually yes
[4:48] <Bozza> But not for too long
[4:48] <RiXtEr> Sweet, just got my button switch inside of my door jam to show me when its locked :)
[4:48] <RiXtEr> and it works!
[4:48] <Bozza> Just ask away Jeebiss ;)
[4:48] <Bozza> RiXtEr: sweet!!!
[4:49] <Jeebiss> You were helping me the other night with some curl stuff, trying to get googles speech api to recognize a flac file
[4:49] <Bozza> Is the switch hooked up to your pi RiXtEr?
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[4:49] <Jeebiss> I have determined the issue, but need help fixing it
[4:49] <RiXtEr> yep yep
[4:49] <RiXtEr> :)
[4:49] <Bozza> Jeebiss: ahh yes of course. How is it coming along?
[4:49] <Jeebiss> I am using my win 8 laptop, and internet connection sharing, to connect my pi to the internet
[4:49] <Jeebiss> somehow, that is messing up the response
[4:49] <Bozza> RiXtEr: awesome! :)
[4:49] <RiXtEr> Bozza, the kids sometimes leave the basement door unlocked :) now with the help of a webpage I will be able to tell :)
[4:49] <Jeebiss> when i run a perl based version of the process, directly on my laptop, instant response, no issues
[4:50] <Jeebiss> First off, im not sure what is being handled differently, and second off, can I adjust the command to accomodate?
[4:50] <Bozza> RiXtEr: haha go easy on them
[4:51] <Bozza> Jeebiss: that's interesting
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[4:51] <Bozza> Jeebiss: I have never really looked at how Internet sharing on windows 8 works
[4:52] <Bozza> But it's interesting that it somehow breaks something while the pi is sending/receiving a response
[4:53] <Jeebiss> Yeah, every other aspect of the internet works
[4:53] <Jeebiss> I can ping google
[4:53] <Bozza> Jeebiss: I would use a different Internet connection, to be absolutely sure it's the connection that's at fault
[4:53] <Jeebiss> I can use wget to retreive files
[4:53] <Jeebiss> its a pain, but i am going to go hook my pi to my tv near my router
[4:53] <Jeebiss> with a direct line to it
[4:53] <Jeebiss> instead of through my lapto
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[4:54] <Bozza> You should do it just to defiantly single out the problem
[4:54] <Bozza> Definitely *
[4:54] <Jeebiss> Just as an fyi
[4:55] <Jeebiss> The person who noted it may be a dna issue, suggested forcing an ipv4 address in wget
[4:55] <Jeebiss> which didnt work, but may give you some insight on what may be the issue
[4:55] <RiXtEr> Jeebiss, it could be chaning your MTU (I have seen that cause speed issues)
[4:55] <Jeebiss> hm?
[4:56] <Bozza> He isn't getting a correct response from googles server
[4:56] <Bozza> It would be interesting to know what is actually happening when it freezes
[4:56] <RiXtEr> Jeebiss, maybe manually set your nameserver on your pi to 8.8.8.8
[4:57] <RiXtEr> I have seen ISP's hijack dns requests sometimes.
[4:57] <Bozza> brb
[4:57] <RiXtEr> (the custom search result pages)
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[5:00] <Jeebiss> Hmmm
[5:00] <Jeebiss> Im not sure how I would do that
[5:01] <RiXtEr> Jeebiss, you can temporarly change it by editing /etc/resolv.conf and changing the nameserver line to nameserver 8.8.8.8
[5:02] <RiXtEr> it should last until the next time your network is up/down, then it will reset back to what ever dhcp tells it.
[5:02] <RiXtEr> (which is likely a 192.168.0.1 that your ICS is serving out on)
[5:02] <Jeebiss> O_O
[5:02] <Jeebiss> it works when i hook it directly to my router
[5:03] <Jeebiss> i spent a week, dickign with this
[5:03] <Jeebiss> eerr messing
[5:03] <Jeebiss> sorry mods :)
[5:04] <Bozza> Wow sweet
[5:04] <Bozza> Good to hear it works
[5:04] <Jeebiss> Can you breifly explain what changing the nameserver would do RiXtEr ?
[5:04] <Jeebiss> Bozza: :D
[5:04] <Jeebiss> Literally the last component I thought had anythign to do with it
[5:06] <Bozza> Yea who could have guessed it was your Internet connection
[5:06] <Bozza> Good to hear it works!
[5:06] <Bozza> Give the dns switching a go
[5:06] <RiXtEr> Jeebiss, essentially all servers come back to an ip... so a nameserver has a database of all the ip's to name's... your isp pushes their nameserver to you, then if that name isn't found it can return to you any result it wants (normally a custom ISP search result page)
[5:07] <Jeebiss> So, I should hook it back up to my ICS connection, and change the nameserver?
[5:07] <RiXtEr> Jeebiss, if its working this way.. no
[5:07] <RiXtEr> just let it work.
[5:07] <Jeebiss> well
[5:07] <RiXtEr> if you need it using ICS for some reason, then its something to try.
[5:07] <Jeebiss> this way makes it extremelt difficult to work on
[5:07] <Jeebiss> ics just makes it easy to work with on my workbench
[5:07] <Jeebiss> right now its in my living room haphazardly hooked to my tv haha
[5:08] <Bozza> Do you not have any wifi routers lying around?
[5:08] <Jeebiss> I do, just no dongle
[5:08] <Jeebiss> its on the to-get list
[5:08] <Bozza> How is your pi connected? Ethernet?
[5:08] <Bozza> To your laptop
[5:08] <Jeebiss> Yeah, wifi to laptop, ethernet to the pi
[5:08] <RiXtEr> Jeebiss, so yeah, simply running the command `echo nameserver 8.8.8.8 > /etc/resolv.conf` will let you know if its your nameserver
[5:09] <Jeebiss> Ill give that a shot once I switch it back over here
[5:09] <RiXtEr> if it turns out to be the problem, you can make that a permenant solution as well.
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[5:09] <Bozza> RiXtEr: how would you add a new line onto a file in bash?
[5:10] <Bozza> Is there a simple solution to this?
[5:10] <RiXtEr> Bozza, use a double redirect
[5:10] <RiXtEr> echo hi >> /somefile.
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[5:10] <Bozza> Ahh nice , yea I thought there was something there
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[5:10] <Bozza> I love how simple bash is
[5:10] <RiXtEr> yeah :)
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[5:11] <RiXtEr> Bozza, the really neat thing is you can pipe output into tee and do it as well...
[5:11] <RiXtEr> echo hi | tee /somefile.txt
[5:11] <Bozza> No way! That's awesome
[5:11] <RiXtEr> well to append it you can do echo hi | tee -a /somefile.txt
[5:12] <RiXtEr> Bozza, http://paste.ubuntu.com/6122190/
[5:13] <Bozza> Sweet
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[5:13] <Bozza> Didn't know about tee
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[5:13] <RiXtEr> wow netsplit!
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[5:14] <RiXtEr> Bozza, http://paste.ubuntu.com/6122191/
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[5:14] <Bozza> RiXtEr: wasn't there also >>>
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[5:14] <Bozza> I think there was.. But not sure
[5:15] <RiXtEr> Bozza, yeah but I don't recall exactly what that one doe.s
[5:15] <RiXtEr> not something I have used much.
[5:16] <Bozza> command > text was my favourite first thing I found in Linux
[5:16] <RiXtEr> Bozza, indeed :)
[5:16] <RiXtEr> and the |
[5:16] <RiXtEr> somecommand | someothercommand | wootevenanothercommand
[5:17] <RiXtEr> I pipe things into grep a LOT
[5:17] <Bozza> Object orientated bashing? :)
[5:17] <RiXtEr> netstat -anp | grep 80 | grep "LISTEN " | grep 0.0.0.0 | grep -v grep
[5:17] <Bozza> Ahh. So it keeps piping from one command into the next?
[5:17] <RiXtEr> yeah
[5:18] <RiXtEr> that is a valid command if you are running a webserver
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[5:18] <RiXtEr> http://paste.ubuntu.com/6122205/
[5:19] <Bozza> Nice.. Finally I know what I am pasting into terminal when I see those
[5:19] <RiXtEr> hehe
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[5:20] <RiXtEr> Bozza, or you can grep multiple items... ps ax | grep "sshd\|openbox" http://paste.ubuntu.com/6122208/
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[5:21] <Bozza> Cool! That's useful
[5:21] <RiXtEr> Bozza, indeed :)
[5:22] <Bozza> Python is also amazing. I like how python feels a lot like bash
[5:22] <Bozza> It might be just me
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[5:22] <RiXtEr> python is nice.
[5:22] <Bozza> What's a good and easy language in your opinion?
[5:22] <Bozza> By good I mean useful
[5:23] <RiXtEr> its VERY powerful, even though the people I work with (c-sharp users) think its crap...
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[5:23] <RiXtEr> Bozza, python.
[5:23] <RiXtEr> Bozza, well.. I should really say, 'what are you wanting to do with this language'
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[5:24] <RiXtEr> I am not saying you can't write web apps in python, but it makes more sense to use html+javascript
[5:24] <Bozza> Awesome ...
[5:24] <Bozza> Meh, C# . Why would anyone want to use that
[5:24] <Bozza> Well at the moment I am playing around with python and Django
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[5:26] <Bozza> Got disconnected
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[5:26] <Bozza> But yes at the moment I am starting to write webapps with python
[5:26] <Jeebiss> RiXtEr
[5:26] <Bozza> php just doesn't quite cut it for me
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[5:26] <RiXtEr> yeah?
[5:27] <Jeebiss> When I do 'echo nameserver 8.8.8.8 > /etc/resolv.conf' it says Permission Denied
[5:27] <Bozza> Django is quite heavy
[5:27] <RiXtEr> Jeebiss, sudo echo nameserver 8.8.8.8 > /etc/resolv.conf
[5:27] <Jeebiss> I tried that also, same response
[5:27] <sney> permissions, kids! learn what they are, what sudo does, etc
[5:27] <sney> it will serve you well.
[5:28] <RiXtEr> Jeebiss, do a sudo -i
[5:28] <RiXtEr> then type 'echo nameserver 8.8.8.8 > /etc/resolv.conf'
[5:28] <RiXtEr> then hit ctrl-d
[5:28] <Jeebiss> okay done
[5:28] <Jeebiss> now try my script?
[5:29] <RiXtEr> Jeebiss, sure
[5:29] <Jeebiss> sits on the response still
[5:29] <Bozza> RiXtEr: isn't c# a proprietary language that only works with microsofts software?
[5:29] <Jeebiss> which is the original issue i was having
[5:29] <RiXtEr> Bozza, yeah I looked at django once
[5:29] <RiXtEr> Bozza, yeah :(
[5:29] <RiXtEr> we use only MS stuff at my work :(
[5:30] <Bozza> That's why I don't see why people even brother with it
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[5:30] <Bozza> Ahh ok :(
[5:30] <RiXtEr> the windows only users make fun of me until I get 'how do I add users to this red hat box'
[5:30] <RiXtEr> then its ... 'well without a gui... MOVE!'
[5:30] <Bozza> Hahah yea
[5:30] <RiXtEr> (move SNL skit? )
[5:30] <Jeebiss> haha
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[5:31] <Bozza> RiXtEr: do you use any python web frameworks?
[5:31] <RiXtEr> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kGkL6eQWOAI (incase you were wondering)
[5:31] <RiXtEr> Bozza, not really, I work mainly with cli python stuff.
[5:32] <Bozza> Cool!
[5:32] <Bozza> That's the one thing that bothers me about python though. There is no good way of making an "app" with it
[5:32] <Bozza> One which has an interface
[5:32] <RiXtEr> (that may not be the video I was thinking it was, my interent is really slow)
[5:34] <RiXtEr> Bozza, you can make gtk apps...
[5:34] <Bozza> No way !!!!????
[5:34] <Jeebiss> RiXtEr: Any ideas on what else ICS may be doing to affect this?
[5:35] <RiXtEr> Jeebiss, not right off... what does ping google.com look like?
[5:35] <RiXtEr> 'ping google.com'
[5:35] <Jeebiss> looks proper
[5:35] <Jeebiss> want to actual output?
[5:35] <Bozza> Jeebiss: did changing the dns help?
[5:35] <RiXtEr> doesn't just sit there tryint to resolv?
[5:35] <Jeebiss> nope
[5:36] <RiXtEr> what about response times are they high?
[5:36] <Bozza> RiXtEr: if you use gtk can you make a python app that will compile?
[5:36] <Jeebiss> 186
[5:36] <RiXtEr> Bozza, I think so.
[5:36] <RiXtEr> Jeebiss, thats not real low...
[5:36] <RiXtEr> how does the same thing look on your laptop?
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[5:36] <RiXtEr> start -> run -> cmd
[5:36] <RiXtEr> then ping google.com
[5:36] <Jeebiss> ~56
[5:36] <RiXtEr> Wow.
[5:37] <RiXtEr> 3x different.
[5:37] <Jeebiss> Yeah
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[5:37] <Jeebiss> But, even if it takes longer, it should still work
[5:37] <RiXtEr> Jeebiss, pastebin your code if you dont mind.
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[5:38] <Jeebiss> sure
[5:38] <Bozza> I wonder if you can make a python app with QT
[5:38] <RiXtEr> Bozza, there sure are a lot of google results if you can't ;)
[5:39] <RiXtEr> (along with youtube videos of how to do it)
[5:39] <Jeebiss> RiXtEr: http://pastebin.com/P3Ht4ns5
[5:39] <Jeebiss> that is the code
[5:40] <Bozza> RiXtEr: wow awesome.. I think you just solved my GUI issues I was having with py!!! Thanks!!!
[5:40] <RiXtEr> Bozza, :)
[5:40] <Bozza> Jeebiss: not using curl anymore? :(
[5:41] <Jeebiss> i was trying just about everything
[5:41] <Jeebiss> i was switching between the 2 as i guessed different stuff
[5:41] <Jeebiss> but, wget just worked
[5:41] <Jeebiss> when directly connected
[5:41] <RiXtEr> Jeebiss, so this records a voice clip (out.flac) then does a post to google and checks the results?
[5:41] <Jeebiss> yep
[5:42] <Jeebiss> If youd like a slightly more thourough explanation, check this out
[5:42] <Jeebiss> http://mikepultz.com/2011/03/accessing-google-speech-api-chrome-11/
[5:43] <RiXtEr> Jeebiss, just checkign wgets man page for more info on some of these switches
[5:43] <Jeebiss> -4 forces a ipv4
[5:43] <Jeebiss> -v is verbose
[5:43] <Jeebiss> -U is the user identification
[5:44] <RiXtEr> Jeebiss, so hwat output do you see when you run this?
[5:44] <RiXtEr> *what
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[5:44] <RiXtEr> man I am getting tired.. more and more typos
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[5:44] <Jeebiss> HTTP request sent, awaiting response...
[5:44] <Jeebiss> and it does nothing
[5:45] <RiXtEr> Jeebiss, it could be the way that ICS is doing the 'NAT' or the firewall settings in windows.
[5:45] <Bozza> Cool hhwhip
[5:45] <Jeebiss> Win firewall is off at the moent
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[5:47] <Jeebiss> Slightly more specific output
[5:47] <Jeebiss> --2013-09-16 23:31:15-- http://www.google.com/speech-api/v1/recognize?lang=en-us&client=chromium
[5:47] <Jeebiss> Resolving www.google.com (www.google.com)... 74.125.227.114, 74.125.227.112, 74.125.227.115, ...
[5:47] <Jeebiss> Connecting to www.google.com (www.google.com)|74.125.227.114|:80... connected.
[5:47] <Jeebiss> HTTP request sent, awaiting response...
[5:48] <Jeebiss> Somehow googles response isnt making it to my pi
[5:48] <RiXtEr> Jeebiss, that is the beauty of nat.
[5:48] <RiXtEr> things go out, but they don't have to come back ;)
[5:49] <Jeebiss> haha
[5:49] <Jeebiss> Think there is anythign i can do?
[5:50] <RiXtEr> Jeebiss, I am not real familar with ICS, but maybe some sort of port forwarding...
[5:50] <Jeebiss> Hmm
[5:50] <Jeebiss> What would be a relevant port?
[5:50] <Jeebiss> 80?
[5:50] <RiXtEr> yeah.
[5:50] <RiXtEr> 443 also maybe
[5:50] <Bozza> You could get a wifi dongle. The wifi dongle will also provide you with further things to do ;)
[5:51] <Bozza> Like wifi based projects
[5:51] <Bozza> Or things like detecting the basement door being unlocked
[5:51] <Bozza> :D
[5:51] <RiXtEr> Bozza, :)
[5:51] <Jeebiss> Its definitely on the list of things I need
[5:51] <RiXtEr> I have temperature sensors downstairs, outside, and in the pool :)
[5:52] <RiXtEr> (the one in the pool is down for some reason right now, I'd bet it my very poor soldering job ;)
[5:52] <Bozza> All hooked up to the pis GPIO?
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[5:52] <RiXtEr> Bozza, even better, the temp sensors only use the '1 wire' I2C pin.
[5:52] <RiXtEr> all 3 on one pin.
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[5:53] <RiXtEr> (that and a common ground, but they are on a seperate power supply)
[5:53] <Bozza> Oh wow. That's cool! Do they go straight to the pin or did you need some rs322whatver > i2c converter?
[5:53] <RiXtEr> ds18b20
[5:54] <RiXtEr> straight to the pin.
[5:54] <RiXtEr> just had to load the i2c module in linux and bam.. temps were coming in.
[5:54] <Bozza> Wow nice
[5:55] <Bozza> Now all you need is a nice web if
[5:57] <Bozza> That's crazy how you can hook up "the real world" to the Internet
[5:57] <RiXtEr> Bozza, html5+javascript+python == scalable http://picpaste.com/pi-vYbLeiiP.png
[5:58] <Bozza> Sweet
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[5:59] <Bozza> Does the HTML just auto refresh to get live temperatures?
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[5:59] <RiXtEr> I have been writing a python script to control my furnace/ac, but I don't fully trust it enough to hook up to my unit yet.
[5:59] <RiXtEr> Bozza, yeah.
[6:00] <RiXtEr> it updates temps every 30 secons.
[6:00] <RiXtEr> *seconds.
[6:00] <Bozza> Some evil cat could get codes into your mainframe and make you sweat!
[6:00] <RiXtEr> ahah
[6:00] <RiXtEr> my internet sucks bad enough I don't see that being a big issue ;)
[6:01] <Bozza> http://youtu.be/Gr_p7Tfl2e0
[6:01] <Bozza> When you're Internet is faster this clip might be appropriate
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[6:01] <RiXtEr> At work?! I see a word already that might get me into trouble :)
[6:02] <Bozza> hahah an evil genius could turn the temp up in your pool
[6:02] <Bozza> Ahh I wouldn't watch it at work
[6:02] <RiXtEr> Bozza, it just reads, its not controlalbe
[6:02] <Bozza> Maybe if you have headphones
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[6:03] <Bozza> But once you get bored with the reading, you will want the output
[6:03] <Bozza> I can already see it happening :)
[6:04] <RiXtEr> Bozza, I don't even know what to say about that...
[6:04] <RiXtEr> I think it deserves a 'Wow.'
[6:05] <Bozza> Hahah do you mean the cat clip?
[6:05] <RiXtEr> Yes.
[6:05] <Bozza> Yea that's my random wtf clip
[6:06] <Bozza> It never fails to amuse me... I am an easily amused person
[6:08] <Bozza> I think I just scared away RiXtEr
[6:08] <RiXtEr> Bozza, nope just putting together this ... http://paste.ubuntu.com/6122317/
[6:08] <RiXtEr> that is all the code that it takes to make that clock and get the temps
[6:09] <RiXtEr> 4 files... the temps.txt is generated by the readsensors-looping.py file.
[6:09] <RiXtEr> index.html just loads main.js (after building the html5 canvas)
[6:11] <Jeebiss> bah, even with all normal intenet ports forwarded, still no responses
[6:11] <Bozza> It's so good to see python programming
[6:11] <Jeebiss> i just need to get a damn wifi dongle
[6:12] <Bozza> JS has something about it that makes it hard to read
[6:13] <Jeebiss> Any suggestions on a decent cheap dongle?
[6:13] <Jeebiss> Darn, Im also going to need to get a hub
[6:13] <Bozza> On eBay I saw them go for about $4
[6:13] <Jeebiss> How can I know if it will work on the pi?
[6:14] <Bozza> I think most of them will work
[6:14] <RiXtEr> Bozza, want python... http://paste.ubuntu.com/6122329/
[6:14] <RiXtEr> that is the hvac one I have been working on.
[6:14] <Bozza> If not all of them
[6:14] <RiXtEr> Jeebiss, its on the wiki
[6:15] <RiXtEr> Jeebiss, http://elinux.org/RPi_USB_Wi-Fi_Adapters
[6:15] <Jeebiss> Prefect, thanks
[6:16] <ParkerR> Jeebus it's a Jeebiss
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[6:18] <RiXtEr> wb Bozza
[6:18] <Bozza> Hi
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[6:23] * RiXtEr wanders to bed.
[6:24] <Bozza> RiXtEr: have a good night
[6:24] <Bozza> I am going to get some sleep my self
[6:24] <Bozza> The code is really interesting to read btw
[6:25] <Bozza> A lot of brackets followed by more brackets still confuses me
[6:29] <BHSPiMonkey> indent more
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[7:49] <JesperHead> raspberry pi connected to tv via rca video out. The left side of the screen is just barely cut off. Can I adjust the screen through a config file? I cannot make any changes via the tv's own menu
[7:50] <JesperHead> same for the right side as well actually
[7:50] <pkh> is there a 'correct' way to selectively power a usb device using the rpi? can I route the +5v pin to somewhere on the rpi to selectively give it power?
[7:50] <shiftplusone> nope
[7:50] <shiftplusone> not without external circuitry
[7:51] <pkh> shiftplusone: are we talking about the electronics equivalent to a relay?
[7:51] <pkh> if so, do you ahve a keyword or model that I could use as a starting point on google?
[7:52] <shiftplusone> transistor
[7:52] <shiftplusone> it will look similar to a motor drive circuit.
[7:52] <pkh> h, that makes sense
[7:53] <shiftplusone> except you use 5v for the motor voltage, replace the motor with the usb device's 5v pin and you don't need the flyback diode.
[7:54] <shiftplusone> though the voltage drop across the transistor will be an issue.
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[7:56] <pkh> the usb device is only low power, and at $3 a go, worth seeing what happens, thanks
[7:56] <shiftplusone> have fun
[7:56] <pkh> cheers.
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[8:05] <j4jackj> For some strange reason, I want to set up a hybrid wired-wireless mesh network that although it has no access to the internet (by policy), can be patched into other meshes by the Internet, in a similar fashion to radio hams' autopatches between two repeaters (rare but happens).
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[8:32] <beepie> hi!
[8:32] <beepie> there an official doc for firmware upgrades?
[8:32] <beepie> !firmware
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[8:35] <beepie> berzerka, can i ask in here?
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[8:35] <beepie> berzerka, would you happen to know about raspberry firmware updates?
[8:35] <berzerka> beepie, what distro are you using?
[8:36] <beepie> berzerka, it's raspberry's official..
[8:36] <shiftplusone> beepie, there's nothing special that you need to do. You keep the firmware up to date the same way you keep the rest of the software up to date.
[8:36] <beepie> berzerka, (debian)
[8:36] <berzerka> raspian, it's called.
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[8:36] <beepie> shiftplusone, ?
[8:37] <beepie> shiftplusone, that implies?
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[8:37] <shiftplusone> beepie, nothing... apt-get update && apt-get upgrade and you're done.
[8:37] <beepie> (rpi-update package?)
[8:37] <shiftplusone> no... no rpi-update! >=/
[8:37] <beepie> shiftplusone, that's not firmware.
[8:37] <shiftplusone> beepie, want to bet?
[8:37] <beepie> jc.
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[8:39] * shiftplusone shrugs
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[8:39] <berzerka> what is rpi-update?
[8:39] <shiftplusone> berzerka, initially it was a way to update the firmware, before it was properly packaged by the distro maintainers
[8:40] <berzerka> shiftplusone, i see, thanks.
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[8:40] <shiftplusone> berzerka, it was a bit of a hack. Now it's only useful for testing specific versions of the firmware or running unmaintained distros.
[8:40] <shiftplusone> yet people still continue to use it when they really shouldn't
[8:40] <JesperHead> anyone here installed retropie on an archlinux-arm build?
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[8:41] <shiftplusone> JesperHead, maybe give #archlinux-arm a go as well. What's the problem though?
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[8:42] <berzerka> firmware means specifically bootcode.bin fixup.dat start.elf as well as the /opt/vc libs?
[8:42] <JesperHead> no problems... yet. I ran into a handful but have successfully solved them so far. #archlinux-arm actually helped me with my tv/overscan problem :)
[8:42] <shiftplusone> berzerka, I think they may be in different packages, but rpi-update does everything... kernel, modules /opt/vc stuff and the actual firmware files.
[8:43] <shiftplusone> JesperHead, the overscan settings work for composite out? O_o
[8:43] <shiftplusone> I thought it was just an hdmi thing.
[8:43] <JesperHead> shiftplusone: sure does :D
[8:43] <shiftplusone> ah, good to know
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[8:43] <berzerka> shiftplusone, ok.. since that's what i copied by hand for "updated firmware" (the next branch) when trying newer kernels.
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[8:44] <shiftplusone> berzerka, if you're going to use the next branch, rpi-update is actualy handy. Check the repos first though, I think there may be a 'next' firmware package there as well.
[8:45] <berzerka> shiftplusone, yes, that's the one i used. checked out via git and copied the files mentioned above over.
[8:45] <berzerka> shiftplusone, seems to work just fine, wanted to know wether i am missing something anyways..
[8:45] <shiftplusone> chances are you may run into issues with modules not matching the firmware
[8:46] <berzerka> ah you mean a package. sorry it's early in the morning.
[8:46] <shiftplusone> and yes, I did mean a deb package in the actual repos, not on github.
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[8:46] <berzerka> shiftplusone, you mean kernel modules not matching the modules' firmware in /lib/firmware?
[8:46] <JesperHead> "make: *** [gfx/context/vc_egl_ctx.o] Error 1 ==> ERROR: a failure occurred in build(). Aborting..."
[8:47] <shiftplusone> not lib/firmware, but the /boot files (stuff that runs on the gpu)
[8:47] <berzerka> shiftplusone, in which way do (i suppose kernel) modules depend on the firmware files?
[8:49] <berzerka> just wondering..
[8:49] <shiftplusone> The firmware is still under development, so the way you talk to it may chance slightly and if that's not reflected in the userland, you may run into trouble.
[8:49] <shiftplusone> I have seen an error actually complaining about the mismatch, but I don't remember where.
[8:50] <berzerka> shiftplusone, ok then, thanks :)
[8:50] <shiftplusone> np
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[9:54] <bts__> good morning
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[9:55] <murlock> HI
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[10:28] <InterWeb> How do I can make an irc server on my raspbian ?
[10:30] <Vostok> you need to install a suitable ircd
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[10:34] <Vostok> aaaagh, my raspi is stranded again
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[10:40] <Vostok> it responds to ping but not ssh or http
[10:40] <Vostok> how in earth do i resolve this
[10:40] <rikkib> Undernet has an open source irc server that may compile on the RPi
[10:40] <shiftplusone> InterWeb, Use Google to find a server, install it, read the documentation.
[10:40] <InterWeb> shiftplusone, My enlgish is not good :/
[10:41] <Vostok> in what situations could sshd stop working with the machine still responding to ping?
[10:41] <rikkib> Mind you it is a major installing it and all the services
[10:41] <shiftplusone> Then google using whatever language you're most comfortable with and use those resources.
[10:42] <InterWeb> shiftplusone, There is not any documentation about this things in my language
[10:42] <shiftplusone> Vostok, someone reported that their http server was working fine, but ssh would not respond as well. Did you mess with the kernel or firmware by any chance?
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[10:43] <shiftplusone> InterWeb, Just wondering, which language?
[10:43] <Vostok> no. i have a python script controlling a camera via serial port running every minute
[10:43] <Vostok> nothing else
[10:43] <InterWeb> shiftplusone, persian
[10:43] <shiftplusone> ah damn, the one language I don't know.
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[10:44] <Vostok> if the script is stuck somehow, can it make sshd and apache stop working?
[10:44] <Vostok> like overloading or something
[10:44] <shiftplusone> Vostok, shouldn't
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[10:44] <InterWeb> shiftplusone, Is ircd-hybird good to use ?
[10:44] <Vostok> this is the second time it's happened
[10:44] <th0rsten> anyone here has cross compiled opencv for the raspberry pi and can give me some pointers?
[10:45] <shiftplusone> Vostok, have you checked your tp1-tp2 voltage?
[10:45] <shiftplusone> InterWeb, I don't have any experience personally.
[10:45] <Vostok> shiftplusone: i'm a hundred miles away from the thing, so no :D
[10:45] <Vostok> otherwise i'd hook up a monitor and keyboard first
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[11:35] <gazzwi86> I've created a prototype of a device on the RPi and was now looking to move to a bespoke device. Is there a arm linux based micro controller the does away with things like the hdmi, via, camera audio
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[13:30] <LordThumper> Hi all. What kernel branch should I use 3.6.y or 3.11.y?
[13:30] <LordThumper> Trying to build a distro.
[13:31] <BCMM> LordThumper: how are you building the distro?
[13:31] <BCMM> i mean, LFS-style or with some sort of tool?
[13:31] <berzerka> LordThumper, i tried running 3.11.y over the weekend and had problems with the smsc95xx driver crashing. 3.6 and 3.8 went fine. ymmv.
[13:31] <LordThumper> LFS, but this is my first distro I'm building
[13:32] <LordThumper> berzerka: ok thanks for the heads-up
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[14:16] <Jck_True> I had a sexy 15.4 inch laptop screen - Had bought a 35USD LCD driver for it - I test it laying flat on my desk- It works - I drill a hole in the old laptop cover - Pull the cables through - Finish the rest of the wire so the pi can shut off the screen etc etc - And as I'm done - I drop the LCD panel on the floor
[14:16] <Jck_True> Now the scren has gonne completely blurry
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[14:20] <FR^2> Jck_True: Argh... :/
[14:21] <unpopsicle> Jck_True: try not dropping it
[14:21] <FR^2> Jck_True: un-drop it!
[14:21] <Jck_True> unpopsicle: Oh really! Damm wish I had known that earlier!
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[14:22] <Jck_True> Worst part is I can't see anything visually wrong with it - But think the circuit board got damageded when it yanked the cable out
[14:22] <Jck_True> And the other screen I had similar I gave away because the display was scratched
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[14:23] <unpopsicle> LCDs don't like being dropped
[14:23] <Jck_True> I gotta find a DEAD cheap display 15 inches or less....
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[15:10] <Sonny_Jim> can anyone suggest a chip I can use as a buffer/protection for the GPIO pins?
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[15:31] <Sonny_Jim> Gah
[15:31] <Sonny_Jim> Stoopid innernet
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[15:34] <Sonny_Jim> Am I right in thinking I should be able to drive 74HCT chips straight from the GPIO pins?
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[15:52] <davor> hm, thinking of getting this http://www.ebay.com/itm/281169822559
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[15:58] <Sonny_Jim> davor: So what is the question?
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[15:59] <ring0> answer is 42
[15:59] <davor> no question, mainly thinking out loud. unless you have a recommendation for a cheap small keyboard (preferably just a downsized standard one instead of those thumb keyboards)
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[16:04] <MrVector> Hmm, random C question, is it possible to declare a struct that allows you to access a byte in two different ways for example a bitfield struct and an uint?
[16:05] <MrVector> ie. mystruct.value = 255;, and then do mystruct.valueStruct.firstbit = 1? :)
[16:06] <MrVector> Been trying to Google but not found anything that covered the above.
[16:06] <mgottschlag> yes, you can use a union
[16:06] <MrVector> No issues using two different types to address the same memory? (Read something about this but didn't quite get it)
[16:09] <mgottschlag> MrVector: https://github.com/mchck/mchck/blob/master/toolchain/include/kinetis/adc.h <- this is an example, but you need to find those weird macros
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[16:11] <MrVector> Very interesting, digging into it now, thanks mgottschlag
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[16:13] <jerng> MrVector: two functions with this type of struct as argument , which do the desired operations?
[16:14] <MrVector> I was kinda hoping both
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[16:16] <MrVector> If I understood your question right...
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[16:16] <zap0> where do i find info about the GPIO ?
[16:17] <zap0> what do they do? are some analog?
[16:17] <zap0> do any have special functions?
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[16:21] <jerng> zap0: http://elinux.org/RPi_Low-level_peripherals#General_Purpose_Input.2FOutput_.28GPIO.29
[16:21] <MrVector> So, I should be able to do something like this? http://pastebin.com/Gh8LqfML
[16:21] <MrVector> Re Unions, Bitfields
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[16:33] <kai> afternoon folks
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[16:33] <MrVector> Afternoon
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[16:47] <Kane> o/
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[17:00] <Sonny_Jim> Ok, so I reckon a 74HCT164 will allow me to control 8 LEDs from 3 GPIO pins
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[17:08] <zap0> 74595 can do 8 from 2 pins
[17:09] <Sonny_Jim> Oh really?
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[17:11] <Sonny_Jim> I looked at the 595 but the circuit sim I am using for testing only has the 164
[17:11] <Sonny_Jim> Am I right in thinking I can drive HCT logic straight from the GPIO (3.3v) without having to use a level convertor?
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[18:16] <gordonDrogon> 595 is easy..
[18:16] <Sonny_Jim> hey gordonDrogon
[18:16] <Sonny_Jim> I've ditched the idea of using a shift register
[18:16] <Sonny_Jim> Going to just go with a buffer instead, I've got pins so why not use them
[18:16] <gordonDrogon> http://wiringpi.com/extensions/shift-register-74x595/
[18:16] <Sonny_Jim> 74HCT244 I think
[18:16] * gordonDrogon nod.
[18:16] <gordonDrogon> s
[18:16] <Sonny_Jim> I can get it from Maplin and it seems to be OK with 3.3v input
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[18:19] <Sonny_Jim> The only reason I looked at using a shift register was the GPIO interface I have here only has 3 buffered outputs
[18:19] <Sonny_Jim> The transistors I'm planning to use switch OK with 3.3v, so it made more sense
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[18:24] <Chetic> when I run sudo modprobe i2c-dev I get this: libkmod: ERROR ../libkmod/libkmod-config.c:746 conf_files_filter_out: Directories inside directories are not supported: /etc/modprobe.d/raspi-blacklist.conf
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[18:25] <Chetic> what do I do? I have no /dev/i2c
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[18:25] <Chetic> which is why I'm doing the modprobe
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[18:34] <Sonny_Jim> If I use a load of diodes, I could setup a 4 x 4 lamp matrix
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[18:46] <gordonDrogon> Sonny_Jim, sure - with 8 GPIO pins to drive them...
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[18:50] <Encrypt> gordonDrogon, Playing with transistors / mosfets, I imagine you can set the state of 2^8 diodes
[18:50] <Encrypt> In theory
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[18:58] <Vostok> aagh. now my pi won't answer at all
[18:59] <gordonDrogon> 2^8 is only 256.
[18:59] <gordonDrogon> I've done 128 with a Pi in the past.
[19:00] <gordonDrogon> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g5cSvVGCX_A
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[19:00] <gordonDrogon> that's with a pair of mcp23017 GPIO expanders - and a multiplexed 8x8x2 matrix.
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[19:01] <Encrypt> gordonDrogon, Nice :)
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[19:02] <gordonDrogon> must write a game of life in my basic... (adds to very long to-do list!)
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[19:16] <Sonny_Jim> Bah
[19:16] <Sonny_Jim> Maplins was shut due to power failure
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[19:16] <rihnapstor> hello
[19:16] <rihnapstor> anyone here
[19:16] * Sonny_Jim looks
[19:16] <Sonny_Jim> Don't think so
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[19:17] <IT_Sean> Nope. noone here.
[19:17] <gordonDrogon> well... maybe.
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[19:20] <Sonny_Jim> rihnapstor: That was sarcasm btw, what's your question?
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[19:37] <SrRaven> anyone have a good tip on a pi case that is camera compatable?
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[19:38] * IT_Sean hands SrRaven a standard case, a hammer, and a chisel
[19:38] <SrRaven> unless a standard case is made out of stone, thats gonna break it all :P
[19:38] <honkeygenius> that's more than macguyver would ever need
[19:39] <IT_Sean> SrRaven: only if you are a ham fisted baboon
[19:39] <SrRaven> If you can modify a standard plastic case with a chisel and an hammer ill buy you a car.
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[19:40] <IT_Sean> SrRaven: A new car.
[19:40] <honkeygenius> hah get ready to pay up because you can modify a case with those tools, just that the result won't be of much use.
[19:40] <Tachyon`> modify can mean a lot of things
[19:40] <IT_Sean> Specifically, BMW 135 coupe. Black over tan. Manual gearbox, and all the fruit.
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[19:41] <IT_Sean> honkeygenius: I am willing to bet i could use the specified tools to create a suitable opening for the picam
[19:41] <honkeygenius> yah i bet it's possible
[19:42] <Jusii> https://www.modmypi.com/pibow-replacement-top-layer-for-camera?filter_name=camera
[19:43] <IT_Sean> or you can just use that
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[19:47] <SrRaven> Im sick of my current case anyway, I want something I at least have to screw together
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[19:47] <SrRaven> the current one i have is "stuck" together
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[19:50] <SrRaven> any advice ?
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[19:53] <Xark> Hmm. $28 for a 32-bit MCU (PIC32/MIPS) Raspberry Pi add on board. Interesting... http://www.geeky-gadgets.com/raspberry-pi-chipkit-pi-expansion-board-with-32-bit-mcu-unveiled-video-18-09-2013/
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[19:55] <SrRaven> as a noob,what does that do?
[19:55] <IT_Sean> Things.
[19:56] <mwlang> How much of a difference does the SDHC card's class rating make in overall performance of the RPi? I'm trying to decide between Class 4, 6, and 10 ratings.
[19:56] <Sonny_Jim> What's the maximum throughput of the bus that the SD connects to
[19:57] <Sonny_Jim> If it's slower than say, class 10, there's no point in getting a class 10
[19:57] <ozzzy> mwlang: I use class 4 and class 10... I don't see any diference in the real world
[19:57] <mwlang> Sonny_Jim: excellent point. Now to figure out the bus speed. :-p
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[19:57] <bertrik> Sonny_Jim: max throughput is about 20 MB/s IIRC
[19:58] <PhotoJim> ozzzy: I see a big difference in doing system updates. actually running, not really too much.
[19:58] <PhotoJim> unless a Class 4 or 6 were massively cheaper and speed wasn't that important, I'd pay for a 10.
[19:58] <Sonny_Jim> The only situation I can think of would be video playback
[19:58] <PhotoJim> but aside from the updates, I can't really see much of a difference.
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[19:58] <PhotoJim> Sonny_Jim: only if you have the video on the SD card. I network stream everything.
[19:58] <ozzzy> mine just runs console apps over ssh
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[19:59] <mwlang> I'm running a web app on my RPi, and its the boot up times that are killin' me….once its up and running, it runs responsively.
[19:59] <ozzzy> how often do you reboot
[19:59] <mwlang> so I was thinking to buy a class 10 as the solution to that.
[19:59] <Sonny_Jim> Yeah, boot up is a one time only thing really
[20:00] <Sonny_Jim> web app should be able to cache everything it needs
[20:00] <mwlang> ozzzy: somewhat frequently because I'm actively developing the web app and testing it.
[20:00] <Sonny_Jim> You reboot to test?
[20:00] <ozzzy> hmmm
[20:00] <Sonny_Jim> you could use service blah stop/start
[20:00] <mwlang> Sonny_Jim: the web server, not the OS.
[20:00] <Sonny_Jim> oh, then consider using a smaller web server
[20:01] <mwlang> I should say *bounce* the web app, I reckon.
[20:01] <Sonny_Jim> I take it you are using apache?
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[20:01] <mwlang> Sonny_Jim: nope. puma running sinatra (Ruby framework)
[20:02] <rihnapstor> guys i want to build a home automation server.the functionality will be controlled by voice command and for remote handling i plan to expose the API through a web service. my question ..is one node enough to perform the task?
[20:02] <mwlang> just having some fun. :-)
[20:02] <rihnapstor> i plan to write web service in python.
[20:02] <Sonny_Jim> mwlang: My suggestion would be to develop on a laptop/desktop then move it over to the Pi when you are happy with it
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[20:03] <mwlang> Sonny_Jim: I'm doing both.
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[20:03] <Sonny_Jim> I'm all out of suggestions, maybe move the executable/libs to tmpfs if you can
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[20:05] <mwlang> Its ok…I'm on a class 4 SDHC card right now and PhotoJim's comment about big difference in speed during system updates convinces me to buy a class 10 -- I'm just going to double check the bus is capable of clocking at 10's speeds.
[20:05] <rihnapstor> will a single pi node crash when multiple users are monitoring the activity ?
[20:06] <Sonny_Jim> rihnapstor: What's the CPU load?
[20:06] <mwlang> rihnapstor: for a python app?
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[20:07] <rihnapstor> no Sonny_Jim mwlang in general i am asking is single pi node bare atmost less that 10 users ?
[20:08] <Sonny_Jim> Depends what those 10 users are doing, hence why I asked what the CPU load was
[20:08] <Sonny_Jim> I could have 3,000 users doing nothing and that would work
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[20:08] <mwlang> rihnapstor: I'm running a Ruby app as a web app with Puma -- Only one user at a time can connect when I have a blocking connection underway, but I briefly tested with nginx fronting the app and that took care of the multi-user problem for me. Python runs a good deal faster than Ruby with a smaller footprint, I believe.
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[20:09] <mwlang> so, basically, as long as the CPU and RAM aren't maxed out, you should be able to handle things with one node.
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[20:09] <mwlang> if not, then you can expand later at these prices. ;-)
[20:09] <Sonny_Jim> Again, it depends on what the CPU/RAM usage is with one user
[20:09] <honkeygenius> try it with one node and if you need more buy them 8)
[20:10] <Sonny_Jim> It shouldn't crash with the CPU maxed out, only run very slow. Running out of RAM will cause it to crash though
[20:10] <mwlang> is it just me or is there an echo in the room.
[20:10] <Sonny_Jim> mwlang: No, you're just not providing the information we need to provide a educated response
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[20:11] <honkeygenius> 40 second echo delay. pretty rad :P
[20:12] <mwlang> Sonny_Jim: eh? I was referring to same answers directed at rihnapstor's questions -- my questions were answered satisfactorily.
[20:12] <rihnapstor> Sonny_Jim: mwlang: great:) my app will consume the web service that will be available on the pi. (the fucntionality is toggling home appliances remotely). only one user at a time should be granted access for controlling appliances remotely,but at the same time other users will automatically fall back to read only mode.
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[20:13] <rihnapstor> Sonny_Jim: mwlang did you get what i am trying to tell you
[20:15] <Sonny_Jim> I've given up
[20:15] <rihnapstor> why
[20:15] <mwlang> rihnapstor: yes. Are python apps single-processes only? If so, you'll need to run behind nginx or apache or lighthttpd to have multiple runners to handle multiple concurrent requests.
[20:16] <mwlang> I'm not a python expert as I switched to Ruby years ago.
[20:16] <Sonny_Jim> rihnapstor: Because I've learned that you try to help people and they get the ar*e with you.
[20:18] <mwlang> Sonny_Jim: nothing but thanks from me. If I upset you, apologies.
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[20:18] <rihnapstor> mwlang: ok got it..
[20:19] <rihnapstor> mwlang: can i get your app link ?
[20:20] <mwlang> rihnapstor: Its not published. I'm just tinkering and exploring with the RPi.
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[20:22] <rihnapstor> ok. mwlang
[20:23] <rihnapstor> Sonny_Jim: whats ar*e ?
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[20:25] <rihnapstor> mwlang: how do most folks push code to pi ? my idea is first commit the changessets to github, and then from there clone the code on pi.what you suggest ?
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[20:26] <mwlang> Well, well, well… not all class 10 SDHC cards are created equal: http://elinux.org/RPi_SD_cards#Performance is specific to RPi and looks like a good resource all in all. The *best* Class 10 looks to be around 3 to 4 times faster than many of the Class 4's.
[20:26] <mwlang> rihnapstor: I use git
[20:27] <mwlang> I don't push to github, though…just have a local gitolite server running and push/pull from there.
[20:27] <mwlang> and since I'm using Ruby, I use capistrano for deploying.
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[20:27] <rihnapstor> mwlang: ok good to here that. i am not aware of gitolite though
[20:29] <mwlang> gitolite isn't strictly necessary -- just makes is a lot easier to set up and host a "git server"
[20:29] <rihnapstor> ok
[20:29] <mwlang> http://gitolite.com/gitolite/
[20:30] <chaoshax> git on pi takes a looong time
[20:30] <chaoshax> basically anything on a pi takes a long time
[20:31] <chaoshax> My uni decided to make us use them, even nano was laggy.
[20:32] <patagonicus> chaoshax: Use ed ;)
[20:33] <chaoshax> So does multiwii airplane mode work well?
[20:33] <mwlang> chaoshax: might be your SDHC card. :-o
[20:33] <patagonicus> And I can't remember having problems with vim, so nano shouldn't lag too much.
[20:33] <chaoshax> I kind of want to put it on my bixler 2 :P
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[20:36] <chaoshax> But I want it to be clean.
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[20:37] <chaoshax> Not a mess of wires.
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[20:42] <local> hey all. Would you suggest to run nginx on a RaspberryPi with PHP5-FPM oder with FastCGI ? What will be better performance?
[20:43] <sney> php5-fpm is usually faster in general, but don't expect any larger php sites to be "fast" by any stretch of the term when running on a pi
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[20:47] <local> sney: of course. I just would like to know if php5-fpm is faster/better than fastcgi
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[20:48] <sney> that is typically how it goes. YMMV.
[20:48] <sney> I'm sure google can show you some graphs if that's what you're looking for.
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[20:49] <local> sney: did read different point of views and was not sure what's better.That's why I thought asking here also :p
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[20:50] <sney> local: the truth is it probably won't make a practical difference in your case.
[20:51] <sney> same as switching between lighttpd/apache/nginx won't really either.
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[21:19] <SrRaven> dumb question but can I connect a pi directly to a pc ?
[21:19] <SrRaven> to configure it ?
[21:20] <IT_Sean> you mean, via SSH, over a network?
[21:20] <SrRaven> (ehternet)
[21:20] <SrRaven> (ethernet)
[21:20] <IT_Sean> you would typically need a router or switch in there.
[21:20] <SrRaven> I wanna fiddle around a bit at work
[21:20] <IT_Sean> in order to get the raspi an IP you could SSH it.
[21:20] <IT_Sean> *to
[21:21] <SrRaven> and my IT wont allow me to insert it into the normal network
[21:22] <mgottschlag> SrRaven: in any case, you could configure it to use a static ip
[21:22] <patagonicus> SrRaven: Easiest way would be if you can share your PC's network connection. Linux' NetworkManager has that option, then the Pi will get an address via DHCP. If you can't or won't do that you'll have to assign static address to both the PC and the Pi (either via a different network + SSH, a display + keyboard or by editing the files with an SD card reader)
[21:22] <pksato> SrRaven: You can connect rpi to pc direct using ethernet cable.
[21:22] <mgottschlag> and then set the pc to use an ip from the same subnet
[21:22] <pksato> but, need to configure both manualy.
[21:23] <mgottschlag> (only if you don't have linux as patagonicus says - modern linux distributions make setting a dhcp server up very easy)
[21:23] <SrRaven> no,obv no linux at work
[21:23] <mgottschlag> also, I totally suck at grammar today
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[21:24] <sney> I'm sure there's a small dhcp server available for windows that you could run. just make sure you don't enable it on your LAN interface, or your IT department will be really upset
[21:24] <mgottschlag> SrRaven: if you don't have a screen, you'd set a static ip by mounting the sd card on the compüuter
[21:25] <mgottschlag> and changing the network configuration there
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[21:26] <mgottschlag> sney: heh, someone once managed to take down almost all productivity in a 500+ person company for a day with that
[21:26] <mgottschlag> that's where the real fun begins
[21:26] <Sonny_Jim> tftpd is a simple dhcp server for win
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[21:27] <plugwash> iirc modern switches now have protection features to block rouge dhcp servers
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[21:28] <sney> rogue ones, too. but not every network is set up in an ideal fashion. it's still possible to do damage, especially on a local segment
[21:29] <pksato> if IT dont allow rpi. need to build a isolated network betwen RPI and some PC
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[21:29] <mgottschlag> well, where I used to work, the part of the network where it happened was a bit special in quite some ways :)
[21:30] <SrRaven> yeah well,250.000 employees
[21:30] <SrRaven> kinda hard to get your will sometimes
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[21:31] <pksato> RPi is a work project?
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[21:32] <SrRaven> Nah
[21:32] <SrRaven> just something I want to fiddle around with during downtime
[21:33] <SrRaven> got my camera for it weeks ago and still havent gotten it to work
[21:33] <SrRaven> so I want to see why at work where I have more time
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[21:34] <pksato> or use serial console .
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[21:42] <SrRaven> ill just take it to work,ask my colleague who loves technology as well and see if he can set me up with the internal router we have
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[21:49] <funkster> anyone power RPi off a usb wall outlet? seems like its 5v 2.1 AMPS shared between two ports. is this OKAY to use?
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[21:52] <Encrypt> funkster, Sure it is!
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[21:52] <Encrypt> The RPi won't ever consume more than 700mA.
[21:52] <Encrypt> So, 2.1A is far enough
[21:53] <funkster> Encrypt: i ask because i will use one port for RPi and the other port to charge phone, and it will be shared, so i guess the amps will fluctuate at times, all good tho?
[21:53] <sney> as long as the phone doesn't draw too much
[21:54] <Encrypt> Well... The best thing to do is to test it! :p
[21:54] <sney> indeed. and the pi (or at least, the chinese-made B) can happily run on as low as 500mA as long as you don't have any usb peripherals drawing power
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[21:58] <funkster> ok great.
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[22:39] <siamba> yo
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[22:44] <honkeygenius> hi
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[23:17] <Megaf> root@RaspberryPi:~# uptime
[23:17] <Megaf> 18:16:49 up 26 days, 3:14, 1 user, load average: 0.00, 0.01, 0.05
[23:17] <Megaf> A new record for my rpi
[23:18] * Yachtsman (~Yachtsman@173-106-191-215.pools.spcsdns.net) Quit (Ping timeout: 260 seconds)
[23:18] <Megaf> Now I have a no-break, so I think my rpi will last long now
[23:20] <Megaf> its my DHCP and DNS server, and now I will use it as boot server too
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[23:45] <PipeDale> wow it's been a while :(
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