#raspberrypi IRC Log

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IRC Log for 2013-10-06

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[0:01] <themonopluralist> ok rikkib, thanks fr your help. i may come back to trying nfs out in a day or two, but think i'll keep trying to solve my samba problem for a little while first.
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[0:01] <rikkib> If anything samba is more difficult to set up than nfs
[0:02] <rikkib> I do not use samba at all on Linux boxes
[0:03] <rikkib> There is a web app that you can run on the machines web server that can help understand samba
[0:03] <rikkib> webmin
[0:03] <themonopluralist> i understand, but would like to spend a bit longer with it before giving up.
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[0:04] <ali1234> themonopluralist: what is the problem you are having?
[0:04] <rikkib> webmin is a mission in itself
[0:04] <ali1234> indeed. and isn't it abandoned too?
[0:05] <themonopluralist> ali1234 - the problem is that i cannot access a raspberrypi-mounted usb hard drive over the network (from my windows machine) where yesterday i could.
[0:05] <rikkib> no idea... I do not use it now days... Have used it in the past as it is good for remote admin
[0:06] <ali1234> not detailed enough. at what point does it fail?
[0:06] <ali1234> and what changed since yesterday?
[0:06] <j4jackj> Hehehehehe
[0:07] <themonopluralist> ok well samba seems to be running fine, but the drive is literally no longer appearing in exlorer. since yesterday i had unmounted, and mounted the drive. since the process failed today i have unmounted, rebooted, allowed drive to mount automatically. still no joy.
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[0:07] <ali1234> so you can see the raspberry pi but the drive is not shared?
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[0:08] <themonopluralist> well the raspberry pi never appeared in windows explorer, but i was only trying to share the drive. i can ssh in to the pi using putty if that info is of any use?
[0:08] <ali1234> not really
[0:09] <ali1234> what version of windows are you using?
[0:09] <ali1234> windows is total rubbish for debugging problems, if you were using linux i'd just tell you to do "smbclient -L <ip of raspi>"
[0:09] <ali1234> but never mind.
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[0:10] <ali1234> you have to understand how samba works though: each machine running a samba server (including windows) should be visible on the network (in a thing called network neighbourhood which microsoft moves/renames in every new version of windows)
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[0:11] <ali1234> the "drive" is called a share
[0:11] <ali1234> in the network neighbourhood there's an icon called "windows network" or maybe "workgroup" or something like that (again they keep renaming it)
[0:11] <ali1234> inside that you'll see all the machine including raspberry pi
[0:12] <ali1234> when you go into the raspi you should see the shares, including the drive you're trying to share
[0:12] <ali1234> now, given that you've never seen any of this, i'm assuming windows has a new system whereby it automatically mounts the shares without you ever seeing this stuff
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[0:12] <j4jackj> themonopluralist: just use FreeBSD or GNU+Linux
[0:12] <ali1234> but if you want to debug the problem, then you *need* to see this stuff
[0:12] <ali1234> trouble is, i haven't used windows in over 10 years
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[0:14] <sney> you can also see windows's list of available SMB servers by opening a command prompt and typing "net view". and waiting.
[0:15] <ali1234> you should also be able to type \\<raspi ip address\ into explorer location bar
[0:15] <aldehyde> hi all, I have a monitor I've got hooked up to my rpi--months ago I set up ssh/vnc/ftp/www and have a bunch of services.. but now with this monitor I was wondering is there a way to set it up to let me control it from ssh or vnc when i turn it on?
[0:15] <aldehyde> i dont want to plug a keyboard/mouse in
[0:15] <ali1234> but none of this is as reliable as smbclient -L
[0:15] <themonopluralist> ok sorry i've been asking for help in the samba room too - am using windows 7
[0:15] <ali1234> aldehyde: you want a piece of software called synergy
[0:16] <aldehyde> okay cool
[0:16] <themonopluralist> and CMD - "net view" shows it
[0:16] <sney> aldehyde: ssh should start on boot. for vnc, you can run x11vnc --display :0 to control your existing desktop.
[0:16] <aldehyde> ill look it up, thanks ali
[0:16] <aldehyde> and you too sney :)
[0:16] <ali1234> synergy is like a software KVM over IP
[0:16] <aldehyde> any cool visualization things i should try and install? like something that could monitor network status/performance?
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[0:17] <ali1234> themonopluralist: read my rant please ^ :)
[0:17] <aldehyde> ive got some other projects im working on, but got a free monitor--i might try and set it up to run netflix but thought it might be interesting to set up some kind of monitor for network usage and stuff
[0:17] <ali1234> themonopluralist: try typing in the URL to go to it directly, or look for network neighbourhood if you can find where they hid it on 7
[0:18] <ali1234> aldehyde: sorry it's like a KVM without the video part
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[0:18] <aldehyde> ali, im going to install it so i can at least login remotely
[0:19] <aldehyde> from there i could run x or something
[0:19] <[SLB]> so :\ after a power loss my pi doesn't boot, and the problem is most likely in the usb drive
[0:19] <[SLB]> it says device descriptor read/64, error -110
[0:20] <ali1234> aldehyde: it needs X already running
[0:20] <[SLB]> i did a fsck -fC, also dd'd the image to the hd, formatted the usb drive, and dd'd back but still
[0:20] <ali1234> you can start X over ssh though
[0:20] <ali1234> well, i assume you can
[0:20] <EchoFox> for some reason i cannot see my pi on the network. last time i followed this tutorial i saw it fine. after doing it a 2nd time i cant detect it. http://simonthepiman.com/how_to_setup_windows_file_server.php
[0:21] <EchoFox> is there any log file i send or something. or am i missing something simple?
[0:22] <ali1234> themonopluralist: you didn't follow that guide to by any chance did you?
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[0:24] <themonopluralist> hi ali1234 / echofox - i did actualy look at that guide, but it was't the one i followed. I have just been asking for help with a very similar problem tho.
[0:24] <EchoFox> themonopluralist: whats your issue? i just got in here
[0:24] <themonopluralist> my problem is now solved (drive has reappeared on the network) but i don't really know how or why it fixed!
[0:25] <EchoFox> hmm
[0:25] <EchoFox> it took FOREVER to solve my permissions.
[0:26] <EchoFox> i had the drive formatted with the rpi and i couldnt even make a folder in the folder i mounted the drive to. ha
[0:26] <themonopluralist> my issue was that, although i got it set up and working fine yesterday, my drive was not appearing on the network on my windows machine any more.
[0:27] <EchoFox> i cant even see my pi in linux. i can ssh and vnc just fine into it. and i have AndSMB on my android which connects to the pi does fails to show any folders.
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[0:28] <themonopluralist> echofox - have you tried asking in #samba ? they were very helpful there also.
[0:29] <EchoFox> hmm
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[0:34] <EchoFox> themonopluralist: all is quiet there
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[0:40] <themonopluralist> yeah that's irc for you. you get answers a lot more quickly and directly than forums, but compared with "chatrooms" a lot of the channels seem virtually dead. a bit of patience is usually necessary. i'd help myself, but it would be like the blind-and-mentally-challenged leading the blind there.
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[0:42] <pksato> lots of zombies on irc. :)
[0:43] <Gadget-Mac> gordonDrogon: Around ?
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[0:51] <[SLB]> is it error -110 due to low power issues? i've always used my pi with the same usb thumb drive and same power cord
[0:52] <[SLB]> did something change with the last kernel maybe?
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[3:31] <EchoFox> sigh....
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[4:47] <Technicus> Hello, how many buttons can be connected to the gpio?
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[4:52] <shiftplusone> Technicus, without gpio expander chips?
[4:53] <Technicus> shiftplusone: yes
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[4:54] <shiftplusone> Looks like 17 can be connected directly, but you can get more if you connect them as a matrix.
[4:55] <shiftplusone> 64? (someone correct me if I am wrong)
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[4:58] <shiftplusone> so you connect them as an 8*8 matrix. Make 8 pins input and 8 output. When one is pressed you will know which row was pressed, then you scan through to find which column it was. I don't remember the specifics though.
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[5:01] <Technicus> shiftplusone: That is awesome!
[5:03] <shiftplusone> Well, it's not THAT awesome. It's how keyboards and keypads work, heh.
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[5:04] <shiftplusone> http://www.instructables.com/id/Using-a-keypad-with-Raspberry-Pi/?ALLSTEPS (that's for a 3x4, but works as well for 8x8). Keep in mind the current limits. Don't exceed 16mA per pin or 50mA total.
[5:05] <Technicus> shiftplusone: it is awesome because I don't know anything about it, what resources are there that would help me to learn more? Mainly about how to connect buttons in a matrix, and about gpio expander chips.
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[5:12] <ali1234> Technicus: there are a couple of different ways to do make a key matrix
[5:12] <ali1234> you can do it with or without diodes depending on if you need to handle multiple keys being pressed
[5:14] <ali1234> the idea is you make half the gpios inputs and half outputs. each button is connected to one input and one output so 4x4 = 16 buttons. you turn on the outputs in sequence and see which inputs turn on
[5:15] <ali1234> gpio expension can be done with shift registers or i2c gpio expanders like the PCF8574A
[5:17] <Technicus> ali1234: COOL!
[5:18] <ali1234> you could do it with an address latch too
[5:18] <ali1234> you can even get dedicated keyboard controller ICs
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[5:18] <ali1234> if you;re interested in this stuff what you should do is find an introduction to semiconductor logic
[5:19] <ali1234> starting with basic logic gates and then how to build flip flops, latches, adders, registers and so on
[5:20] <shiftplusone> Technicus, sorry, I was afk. You could look at keypad datasheets or tutorials on how to connect them to stuff. Google spits out a lot of information. As for gpio expansion, i2c or spi chips work just fine.
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[5:20] <Technicus> ali1234: yeah I have been slowly studying: < http://www.nand2tetris.org/ >.
[5:20] <shiftplusone> Technicus, and the low level stuff ali1234 is talking about is very well discussed in "The elements of cumputing systems"....
[5:21] <shiftplusone> yeah... that link you just posted.
[5:21] <Technicus> YEAH!
[5:21] <Technicus> :)
[5:21] <shiftplusone> the first 6 chapters are there for free =D
[5:22] <ali1234> a good logic simulator software is also very useful. i haven't found any good free ones though, and i can't remember the name of the one i used when i learnt this stuff at university (plus it only ran on Sun hardware)
[5:22] <shiftplusone> This one seems pretty good http://ozark.hendrix.edu/~burch/logisim/
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[5:23] <Technicus> Thanks a lot shiftplusone and ali1234. My eyes are getting weary and it is time for me to sleep. Chat with you later.
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[5:23] <ali1234> shiftplusone: does it support object oriented design? ie you design an adder, then use it as a block in more complex circuits
[5:24] <ali1234> cos that's what i've been looking for for ages...
[5:24] <shiftplusone> ali1234, I haven't used it myself, but I think so, yes.
[5:24] <shiftplusone> Technicus, 'night
[5:24] <shiftplusone> "Circuit layouts can be used as "subcircuits" of other circuits, allowing for hierarchical circuit design."
[5:25] <shiftplusone> I don't know how well it would work if you actually use only nand gates and sub circuits. I can't imagine it being very fast, unless it does some clever compiling.
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[5:26] <ali1234> yeah i wouldn't build a whole CPU like that, it was just an example
[5:27] <ali1234> but it is useful to be able to have reusable components that mirror 74 series logic etc
[5:27] <ali1234> and with tools that don't have subcircuits, the part libraries are often incomplete
[5:28] <ali1234> the free ones anyway...
[5:28] <shiftplusone> There's also higher end software that's used for FPGAS, like Quartus. I think the newer version doesn't have a simulator, but the old one is available for download anyway.
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[5:29] <ali1234> i've used that... it's like a 4GB download and the UI is impossible to understand :(
[5:29] <Xark> shiftplusone: I believe Quartus comes with a limited Modelsim stuff.
[5:29] <Xark> still*
[5:29] <shiftplusone> afaik the older version is better for simulation, but I don't know the specifics. =(
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[5:30] <ali1234> this was a common theme i found: all the free stuff is either far too complex and designed for professional use, or it is simple to use but incomplete and/or buggy
[5:30] <Xark> shiftplusone: OK, I have heard that about Xilinx (that used to come with Modelsim), but not Quartus.
[5:30] <shiftplusone> ali1234, I can send you some labs from my embedded course which has an introduction to quartus.
[5:31] <ali1234> shiftplusone: thanks, but it's not something i desperately need right now :)
[5:31] <shiftplusone> alright
[5:31] <shiftplusone> oh damn, just found something there that would've been handy for Technicus https://www.dropbox.com/s/406bbmpusp1pxqa/KeypadScanning.pdf
[5:32] <ali1234> most of the stuff you'd do with discrete logic is far far easier to implement on an AVR these days, so that's what i do
[5:32] <shiftplusone> yeah, but understanding the magic behind CPUs is great.
[5:34] <ali1234> if you google "keyboard matrix", the first image was made by me with eagle :P
[5:35] <ali1234> i would have assumed google is just showing me things related to me, but it shows up on bing too
[5:35] <shiftplusone> the headfuzz one?
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[5:35] <ali1234> yeah
[5:35] <shiftplusone> nice
[5:37] <skrator> shiftplusone: I use Xilinx ISE on college, it's pretty straight forward, the interface has some bugs to drag and drop components, but it's easy to use
[5:38] <skrator> and it does have modelsim embedded
[5:38] <shiftplusone> I'll give it a spin next time, thanks.
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[5:47] <skrator> shiftplusone: If you ever need some sample projects, just PM me and I can zip some of them to send you
[5:48] <shiftplusone> awesome
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[7:29] <JakeSays> hey anyone know if ffmpeg has support for hw decoding on the pi?
[7:30] <Triffid_Hunter> JakeSays: last time I checked, only omxplayer but I haven't checked in a while and I've heard mutterings of omx modules for ffmpeg and mplayer
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[7:30] <JakeSays> Triffid_Hunter: ok thanks
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[8:31] <k1ng> hi
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[8:32] <k1ng> can anyone tell me if i can connect this GPS module to Pi. http://www.techshopbd.com/product-categories/eval-board/eval-board/venus-gps
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[8:33] <shiftplusone> yeah, through I2C
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[8:36] <k1ng> what is I2C?
[8:36] <k1ng> shiftplusone, sorry but i never used PI in my life :P
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[8:40] <k1ng> shiftplusone, you there?
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[8:46] <shiftplusone> k1ng, was afk.
[8:46] <k1ng> ok
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[8:47] <shiftplusone> What programming language do you prefer?
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[8:47] <shiftplusone> If python, then adafruit has some i2c tutorials http://learn.adafruit.com/adafruits-raspberry-pi-lesson-4-gpio-setup/configuring-i2c
[8:47] <shiftplusone> https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/I2c
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[8:48] <shiftplusone> (You don't need to understand the wikipedia article, so don't get discouraged that most of it is nonsense)
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[8:51] <k1ng> shiftplusone, i was planning to install android on it
[8:51] <k1ng> and use google maps :D
[8:51] <shiftplusone> no
[8:51] <shiftplusone> the pi is not an android device and there are no decent android builds for it.
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[8:53] <k1ng> can i install gnome or something
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[8:53] <shiftplusone> You can install anything, but keep in mind it's not a desktop and it's not an android phone.
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[8:54] <shiftplusone> gnome is a little heavy on the resources.
[8:54] <k1ng> what about xfc?
[8:54] <shiftplusone> xfce? Yeah it works.
[8:55] <shiftplusone> X isn't accelerated though, so it's still not a smooth experience.
[8:55] <k1ng> can you give me a diagram to connect that module to pi?
[8:56] <shiftplusone> Nope, you're going to have to do a bit of reading and learning.
[8:56] <k1ng> http://www.robot-electronics.co.uk/htm/i2c-lvl01tech.htm
[8:56] <k1ng> this is what i found
[8:56] <k1ng> you think this will work?
[8:57] <mgottschlag> btw, you don't want to connect that module with i2c
[8:57] <mgottschlag> you want to connect it with the serial port (uart)
[8:57] <shiftplusone> yeah, I was just going to say that I misread something on that page.
[8:57] <shiftplusone> You need custom firmware on that module for i2c
[8:57] <mgottschlag> i2c is "not used by the stock firmware"
[8:57] <shiftplusone> so yeah... uart (sorry)
[8:57] <mgottschlag> k1ng: also, note that you won't be able to use it without writing some custom software afaik
[8:58] <shiftplusone> k1ng, you don't need any level translation though. It's already a 3.3v device (as is the pi)
[8:58] <k1ng> but it uses standard NMEA-0183
[8:58] <mgottschlag> oh, indeed
[8:58] <shiftplusone> but it draws 90mA, which is more than what you should draw from the pi's 3.3v rail.
[8:58] <mgottschlag> then you just need some software which can read that from the serial port
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[9:00] <shiftplusone> k1ng, have you ever used an arduino or anything like that?
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[9:01] <k1ng> nothing
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[9:02] <shiftplusone> k1ng, I feel like you're jumping ahead, making assumptions and expecting things to be fairly plug and play. You need to get familiar with the technology a little bit. Connecting that GPS module and doing something useful with it is a great way to learn, but 'learn' is the key word there...you'll need to do a bit of reading. Don't be afraid to ask if you have questions, we're here to help, but n
[9:02] <shiftplusone> ot many people here would be willing to do all the work.
[9:03] <k1ng> i am not asking you do anything
[9:04] <shiftplusone> I know, I wasn't accusing you of anything, sorry if it came across that way.
[9:04] <k1ng> i saw a lot of project on youtube. i liked the way pi works
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[9:05] <shiftplusone> yeah, it's awesome for things like this.
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[9:08] <shiftplusone> k1ng, a little bit of googling later. Yeah, that module is very easy to connect, but it draws a little too much current. It will work, but I would recommend adding a separate 3.3v source for it. Here is how you would hook it up though https://www.circuitlab.com/circuit/287322/venus-gps-raspberry-pi-gpio/
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[9:10] <shiftplusone> k1ng, aside from the power issue, the raspberry pi launches a log in shell on serial by default, so that will conflict as the login shell will keep receiving NMEA data, so you'll need to disable it (by commenting out the line containing 'ttyAMA0' in /etc/inittab). Then you're done..
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[9:11] <k1ng> shiftplusone, so i can connect this module directly to PI without anything?
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[9:13] <shiftplusone> Yes and no. Yes, you can, but no you probably shouldn't. The pi is designed to have about 50mA to spare on the 3.3v rail. This thing draws up to 90mA. The pi should have a generous safety margin, but the 3.3v regulator on the pi will get hotter than usual and in general, you don't want exceed specifications.
[9:14] <shiftplusone> In other words, do it at your own risk.
[9:14] <shiftplusone> (I would)
[9:14] <k1ng> what if i select a seprate power suppy?
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[9:15] <shiftplusone> Yup, that's absolutely fine (assuming you don't make mistakes).
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[9:17] <k1ng> :D
[9:17] <kblin> pro tip: make extra sure you don't mix up + and ground leads
[9:18] <shiftplusone> Here's a good article for you. Unfortunately it's in Español, but google translates it well enough if you no hablas. http://translate.google.com/translate?sl=es&tl=en&js=n&prev=_t&hl=es&ie=UTF-8&eotf=1&u=http%3A%2F%2Ffuenteabierta.teubi.co%2F2013%2F05%2Fconectando-el-gps-venus-la-raspberry-pi.html
[9:18] <kblin> we got that wrong assembling a theatre stage prop on premier night once
[9:18] <shiftplusone> ouch
[9:19] <k1ng> lol
[9:19] <k1ng> kblin, thank you :)
[9:20] <kblin> fortunately we could organize a spare on short notice
[9:20] <kblin> but I've started putting more diodes into my circuits
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[9:28] <k1ng> shiftplusone, can i add hitsink to the regulator?
[9:28] <k1ng> heatsink*
[9:30] <shiftplusone> I suppose, but the metal tab is soldered down for cooling already, so placing it on top might not be terribly effective. Anyway, I don't know the specs on the regulator or how much current the pi draws through it, so it's a little hard to say if you even need to.
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[9:35] <k1ng> shiftplusone, is it ok if i give that module 5 v?
[9:35] <k1ng> or i need a convert thats converts 5v to 3.3?
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[9:36] <shiftplusone> No, the chip on that module requires 3.3v
[9:38] <k1ng> is there anyway to convert usb 5v to 3.3?
[9:38] <shiftplusone> yup, a linear regulator.
[9:39] <shiftplusone> (one of these guys https://www.sparkfun.com/products/526)
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[9:41] <k1ng> damn how i am gonna find that product in my country
[9:42] <shiftplusone> k1ng, any local electronics store should have them.
[9:42] <shiftplusone> or ebay
[9:42] <k1ng> shiftplusone, http://www.techshopbd.com/product-categories/linear/linear/78l05
[9:42] <k1ng> there is no ebay :P
[9:42] <k1ng> i think this one will work http://www.techshopbd.com/product-categories/linear/linear/78l05
[9:42] <k1ng> right?
[9:43] <shiftplusone> not that exact one, since that's a 5v one.
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[9:48] <shiftplusone> They have copies the description from the l78l00 family of chips datasheets, so it says "Output voltages of 3.3; 5; 6; 8; 9; 12;15; 18; 24V.", but that particular chip is l78l05 (the 05 means 5v). So the description is misleading, it's not that that device can give all those those voltage, but the family that that device is from has other devices what can output those voltages.
[9:50] <Vostok> k1ng: are you trying to have gps on gpio?
[9:50] <k1ng> yes
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[9:51] <Vostok> which one?
[9:51] <k1ng> http://www.techshopbd.com/product-categories/eval-board/eval-board/venus-gps
[9:51] <Vostok> how about the adafruit "ultimate gps" module
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[9:52] <Vostok> it uses the MTK chipset, is both 5v and 3.3v safe and draws just 20mA
[9:53] <Vostok> i've been looking at loads gps breakout boards for a raspi-unrelated project and that's by far the most attractive one
[9:55] <k1ng> This board requires a regulated 3.3V supply to operate; at full power the board uses up to 90mA, at reduced power it requires up to 60mA.
[9:55] <k1ng> 10mA
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[9:56] <k1ng> what if i install 2 battries to it :D
[9:57] <k1ng> Vostok, i dont think it will work with 5v
[9:57] <shiftplusone> k1ng, Vostok is talking about a different, better, module.
[9:58] <k1ng> ah
[9:58] <k1ng> which one is that?
[9:58] <shiftplusone> https://www.adafruit.com/products/746 I think
[9:59] <Vostok> yeah, that one
[10:00] <k1ng> i can connect this one to PI?
[10:00] <shiftplusone> yes, pretty much the same way, but no need for an external power source
[10:02] <Vostok> for pi, they look the same
[10:03] <Vostok> you connect GND and the volt pin (either 5 or 3.3 V will work) and you get NMEA 0183 -formatted ascii strings from the TX pin
[10:03] <Vostok> at TTL levels
[10:03] <k1ng> http://puu.sh/4ISml.png
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[10:03] <k1ng> wow, its gonna take long time
[10:04] <Vostok> you can check out ebay, too
[10:04] <k1ng> Delivery in four or five days to Asia and Latin America
[10:04] <k1ng> 5 days
[10:06] <k1ng> is there any discount coupon for that site?
[10:06] <k1ng> Total: 68.73
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[10:19] <Vostok> k1ng: what about this one: http://www.ebay.com/itm/Adafruit-Ultimate-GPS-Breakout-66-channel-w-10-Hz-updates-Version-3-/261288629203?pt=GPS_Devices&hash=item3cd60413d3
[10:20] <Vostok> that one is $48 with shipping to finland
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[11:02] <tehKitten> how can I turn my raspberry in a closed shell system so I can use it like a pro haxor tool like in the movies
[11:02] <tehKitten> thinking about calling it shirley
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[11:07] <ShorTie> just not hook up the either net cable ??
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[11:08] <aldur1> morning all
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[11:12] <aldur1> can anyone reccomend a good touch screen lcd to hook up to pi
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[11:12] <aldur1> between 7 - 10 "
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[11:15] <shiftplusone> tehKitten, what are you after exactly? If you want to be a hacker like in the movies, then this will work https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zixpms1oo40
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[11:16] <Peetz0r> tehKitten: just make the front color green, and the font size somewhat larger, and make sure to install nmap. just scan localhost a few times while filming your screen :p
[11:16] <tehKitten> but where is the part about making it a closed shell system
[11:16] <tehKitten> because that's the real stuff
[11:16] <shiftplusone> Peetz0r, XD pretty much what that video is about.
[11:17] <Peetz0r> what is a "closed shell system" for you?
[11:17] <tehKitten> exactly what I am saying
[11:17] <shiftplusone> open a shell and type exit? >.> (sorry)
[11:18] <tehKitten> it's something like that but in reverse while being an untrackable unhackable multidimensional hacker thingy
[11:19] <patagonicus> I like find /usr/src/linux/ -iname "*.c" -print0 | sort -zR | xargs -0 cat | pv -qL 10 for hacker feeling.
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[11:20] <shiftplusone> nice
[11:20] <Peetz0r> and this one: base64 -w0 /dev/urandom | pv -qL1000
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[11:24] <ShorTie> the existence of untrackable does not work on the internet
[11:24] <nid0> fwiw you make it a closed shell system by just unplugging your adsl modem
[11:25] <Peetz0r> adsl modem? fiber ftw ;)
[11:26] <shiftplusone> >=/
[11:26] <shiftplusone> Doesn't look like this country is going to move away from copper any time soon
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[11:27] <nid0> I just recently found out that I could be looking at a period of years to get fibre where I am :(
[11:28] <ShorTie> lucky you it's only years
[11:29] <Peetz0r> shiftplusone: what country is that?
[11:29] <shiftplusone> Australia, last time I checked.
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[11:30] <Peetz0r> ah, but I heard someone had announced plans to rollout fiber is australia, right? lemme guess: nothing happened and everyone forgot?
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[11:31] <shiftplusone> Peetz0r, they started, but it's taking ages. Now a different government took over and they don't want to do fiber to the premises, so at best, we'll have fiber to the node, but even that is going to take forever.
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[11:32] <Peetz0r> well, that sucks
[11:32] <tzarc> my parents got fibre to the premises, 98M/38M usable, I get to stick with my copper at 4M/1M usable
[11:32] <tzarc> good old NBN
[11:33] <shiftplusone> lovely
[11:33] <Peetz0r> I have 35M/70M :p
[11:33] <Peetz0r> yes, they fails at limiting the upstream. it's a 35/35 subscription
[11:33] <Peetz0r> and I've heard they do 500/500 as well
[11:33] <Peetz0r> there's no such kill as overkill
[11:33] <tzarc> you're not under any obligation to let them know they got it wrong
[11:33] <Peetz0r> I know right :D
[11:33] <tzarc> you don't want to make anyone do any extra paperwork
[11:34] <Peetz0r> precisely :)
[11:34] <tzarc> not one to inconvenience someone
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[11:36] <Peetz0r> http://www.kpn.com/glasvezel/glasvezel-pakketten.htm
[11:36] <ShorTie> upstream is what can get you in trouble, and most people do not use it to any great extent
[11:38] <Peetz0r> get me in trouble?
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[11:39] <ShorTie> ya, like sharing files
[11:40] <Peetz0r> files like 2013-09-25-wheezy-raspbian.zip ?
[11:40] <Peetz0r> I don't see the problem in that :p
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[13:16] <hadifarnoud> what's the best usb wifi for Raspberry Pi? considering price too
[13:17] <Jusii> https://www.modmypi.com/wireless-usb-1n-nano-adaptor-802.11N-wifi-dongle?filter_name=wifi is decent, doesn't require usb hub
[13:18] <ShorTie> the best is 1 that has linux drivers
[13:18] <Jusii> ok range considering its size
[13:18] <hadifarnoud> ShorTie: that's why I'm asking here
[13:18] <hadifarnoud> Jusii: you tried that one?
[13:19] <Jusii> yes
[13:19] <ryanteck> http://thepihut.com/products/usb-wifi-adapter-for-the-raspberry-pi is a good one with N and low power
[13:19] <Jusii> https://www.modmypi.com/tenda-wireless-n150-usb-network-adapter?filter_name=wifi and https://www.modmypi.com/w311u-high-gain-long-range-wifi-dongle?filter_name=wifi
[13:20] <ShorTie> the 5 dollar realtec off of ebay seem to work good for me
[13:20] <ryanteck> Most Raspberry pi retailers test their products for the Pi
[13:20] <Jusii> ryanteck: yes, those are the same device
[13:20] <Jusii> those two others worked without hub also, but a hub is recommended with them
[13:20] <hadifarnoud> that's really cheap
[13:21] <Jusii> there weren't any significant difference in range
[13:21] <ShorTie> but you really need a good powered usb hub for any of to like work reliablely
[13:21] <ryanteck> Not really
[13:21] <Jusii> powered hub gives you slightly better range
[13:21] <Jusii> with all of those
[13:21] <ryanteck> The Pis USB ports are rated to 110mA I think,
[13:22] <hadifarnoud> how's the range by the way, if my router is in a floor above, would it work?
[13:22] <Jusii> depends what kind of floor
[13:22] <ryanteck> Well it depends on what you can get using your mobile / laptop / computer
[13:22] <Jusii> wooden or something no problem, concrete not a chance
[13:23] <ryanteck> if they get a bad one then the pi has no more chance than them if anything less
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[13:23] <hadifarnoud> I get a good signal on my laptop and mobile
[13:23] <ryanteck> then the Pi should get a good one :)
[13:24] <hadifarnoud> cuz they don't have ext antenna
[13:24] <hadifarnoud> cool
[13:25] <hadifarnoud> modmypi is a cool site by the way.
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[13:27] <Jusii> and good service
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[13:31] <ShorTie> 4.67 with free shipping for wifi http://www.ebay.com/itm/Realtek-RTL8188cus-USB-150M-150Mbps-802-11b-g-n-n-Wireless-WiFi-adapter-dongle-/230973235744?pt=US_USB_Wi_Fi_Adapters_Dongles&hash=item35c713e220
[13:32] <ozzzy> get the Edimax.... soooo easy to setup
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[13:34] <Vostok> Does not ship to Finland
[13:35] <Vostok> ha ha ha. "Shipping to: Worldwide, Excludes: a huge list of countries"
[13:35] <ryanteck> Lol
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[15:20] <Vanfanel> Did someone succeed on building a working SDL2 installation on the Pi using the latest Mercurial cources??
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[16:05] <ParkerR> :D Compiled hexchat on the Pi
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[16:15] <ParkerR> So I used NOOBS to install Raspbian. After booting I can see that disableoverscan was not set. I set it to 1 in /boot/config.txt but it doesn't take effect
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[16:19] <ParkerR> Seems it may have just not been picking the optimal resolution
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[16:22] <ParkerR> Ok so. hdmi_group is 2 hdmi_mode is 16 (1080p reported as optimal mode by tvservice and edidparser) and disableoverscan is 1 and yet it still has the black bars
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[16:26] <ParkerR> ... found the issue
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[16:27] <ParkerR> config.txt has the top lines commented out with comments. I was uncommenting those. Turns out raspi-config just appends to the end of the file ignoring whatever is above
[16:27] <ParkerR> ;_;
[16:28] <aquarat> Does anyone know if a good video transcoder exists for the Raspberry Pi that utilises the GPU's encode function ?
[16:28] <ParkerR> http://hastebin.com/qusohupupu.vala
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[16:30] <ParkerR> Yeah that was the issue
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[16:42] <Virtual> Raspberry Pi just bricked my SD card after RaspBMC update :(
[16:44] <Vostok> bad raspberry pi
[16:44] <Virtual> I know
[16:44] <Virtual> I spanked it
[16:44] <Virtual> luckily I had a spare SD card
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[16:58] <Encrypt> Mine gave me errors I don't like today...
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[16:58] <Encrypt> I SSHed to it and I got : Message from syslogd@xxxxxxxx at Oct 6 12:40:07 ... kernel:[2903435.569265] journal commit I/O error
[16:59] <Encrypt> A message every 0.1 second...
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[17:10] <Mortvert> Encrypt, SD dead. D:
[17:10] <Encrypt> Nope
[17:10] <Mortvert> I had mine die due to power spike
[17:11] <Encrypt> The third time, I could ssh to it without problem...
[17:11] <Mortvert> Pi was okay, SD died on spot.
[17:11] <Mortvert> Encrypt, i'd still look into replacing
[17:11] <Encrypt> Ya, sure...
[17:11] <Mortvert> jorunal errors = filesystem errors = never good.
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[17:13] <Encrypt> Yes... :S
[17:13] <Jusii> just to make sd cards last a bit longer, i've increased journal commit time from 5 seconds to 30
[17:14] <Jusii> yes, you can lose data worth of 30 seconds but that's the price
[17:14] <Jusii> also to take it a bit further, I've put raspbian to read-only squashfs and mount rw aufs on top of it
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[17:16] <Virtual> Ok, just bricked another SD card, seems that when I update from the Pi and writes to the card it breaks it
[17:16] <Jusii> are they kingston cards?
[17:16] <Jusii> just a guess...
[17:16] <Virtual> no
[17:16] <Virtual> well, first one was Kingston
[17:16] <Virtual> this one is Transcend
[17:17] <Virtual> this one might not be dead
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[17:37] <SH0x> hi, strange, i have 2 raspeberrys model b rev2, and one of them boots ok with correct display through hdmi (no converters) and other just a black screen, testing with the same sd card, any ideas? (still googling)
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[17:38] <Tonbi_ko> composit cable make same blackscreen?
[17:39] <SH0x> didnt try yet, good idea, i should check it
[17:40] <SH0x> could it be some manuf. bug? didnt heared any yet
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[17:46] <Jusii> it's possible, try pressing the sdcard slightly when powering RPi.
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[17:46] <Jusii> one possible 'bug' is that there's some soldering residue in sdcards connector and the pins aren't making good contact
[17:46] <Jusii> had this on one RPi out of 150
[17:47] <Jusii> http://elinux.org/R-Pi_Troubleshooting
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[18:07] <SH0x> composit is also black
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[18:08] <SH0x> but seems hdmi is reacting , i meen tv activating hdmi input on rpi power up
[18:09] <SH0x> also only pwr led blinking, nothing else
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[18:33] <snoopybbt> hello there!
[18:34] <snoopybbt> i recently got my rpi, burned raspbian image to my 4gb sd card abd powered it on, but it's not working
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[18:34] <snoopybbt> i'm using a vga-hdml adapter, usb keyboard, and 5V-7mA power supply
[18:35] <snoopybbt> could anyone help me ?
[18:35] <Jusii> 7mA can't be right
[18:35] <Jusii> http://elinux.org/R-Pi_Troubleshooting
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[18:37] <veonone> Hello. My raspi is running raspbian and I have problems with my memory. Why is it only 230mb? I have allocated 16 for GPU.
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[18:39] <refrus> you happen to have a model a?
[18:39] <veonone> And it is raspi B. With 2 usb and ethernet. Where are my 250 megs of memory?
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[18:40] <refrus> ah
[18:40] <mkopack> Well, just blew $120 @ Microcenter… New Model A, CPU heat sink, 16GB SD card, Camera module… To use with my new BrickPi card so I can do some Lego NXT stuff with it all
[18:40] <Jusii> didn't early RPi B's have only 256?
[18:41] <Firehopper> yes jusii
[18:41] <mkopack> yeah the first ones
[18:41] <refrus> early b's up to oktober 2012
[18:41] <refrus> only had 256
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[18:42] <veonone> Omg. I've been scammed
[18:42] <mkopack> ?
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[18:45] <veonone> And I had to go thru the trouble of making another user as the first one is banned.
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[18:51] <ryanteck> If it was a Rev 1 Model B then yes they had 256MB of ram
[18:52] <ryanteck> You can normally tell by if it don't have mounting holes or green ployfuses next to the USB plug
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[18:54] <ryanteck> No wonder nvidia are now supporting linux..
[18:56] <ryanteck> Oops, sorry wrong screen
[18:57] <mkopack> ?
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[18:57] <mkopack> lol
[18:57] <mkopack> curious about the topic though!
[18:58] <mkopack> share the 411
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[19:02] <ryanteck> er?
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[20:06] <lwizardl> hello
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[20:07] <lwizardl> I have a old Kodak camera usb charger and was wondering if I plug a micro usb cable into it would it would for powering the pi. it has the following
[20:07] <lwizardl> output 5v 1A
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[20:09] <lwizardl> most i seem to find online are around 1.5a
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[20:39] <urs> Hey everyone. I'm looking for instructions for compiling xbmc on raspbian that are newer than the year-and-a-half old ones that are linked everywhere. Anybody got a pointer to newer ones?
[20:40] <urs> (because these ones: http://www.raspbian.org/RaspbianXBMC point to a version that was last comitted to in August 2102)
[20:40] <urs> If I try to do the same with a current xbmc git checkout, it doesn't seem to compile to a directly runnable version (requires X11, which I'm pretty sure is wrong)
[20:41] <patagonicus> urs: Maybe these ones (for Linux From Scratch) work: http://www.intestinate.com/pilfs/beyond.html#xbmc However, have fun building it …
[20:42] <urs> well, my little raspberry just finished compiling it for 20 hours, and now I got a version that doesn't run.
[20:42] <urs> So let's hope I won't have to recompile *everything*
[20:43] <patagonicus> XBMC is a beast and the dependencies look like fun too. (And seriously, Java to build it and then it's no longer used?)
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[20:46] <gbaman> why not just use Raspbmc? http://www.raspbmc.com/
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[20:46] <urs> gbaman: because I don't want to reboot to another distro just to use xbmc
[20:47] <patagonicus> I like OpenELEC, Raspbmc had some very weird scripts when I tried it. Which was some time ago, so it may be better now.
[20:47] <gbaman> it is though considerably more optimised than if you were to just compile the code for it
[20:49] <patagonicus> I doubt the perfomance is going to change much. Raspbmc and OpenELEC have the advantage of only providing XBMC, which makes them small and fast to boot, but other than there isn't much to it.
[20:49] <urs> also, I *do* have a working and reasonably fast version for raspbmc, but that is based on that codebase from august 2012
[20:50] <urs> and I thought that *maybe* stuff has improved since then
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[20:50] <urs> err, for raspbian, of course.
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[21:35] <lwizardl> the rpi only has hdmi and phono outputs for audio. if your avr doesn't support hdmi the only option is to use the phono to stereo rca cable. would the rpi be able to output say 5.1 or more via that port?
[21:37] <Xark> lwizardl: Nope, two channel analog (and not awesome quality).
[21:37] <lwizardl> didn't think so :( so then I'm gonna have to get one of the usb audio cards
[21:37] <patagonicus> If you want to really complicate stuff, why not stream the audio via ethernet? ;)
[21:37] <Jusii> or get hdmi-spdif converter
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[21:40] <Jusii> or splitter, or extractor or whatever they want to call it
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[21:44] <lwizardl> iguess that this would work for it http://www.ebay.com/itm/NEW-USB-External-6-Channel-Optical-Digital-Audio-Sound-Card-Adapter-SPDIF-for-PC-/300983269734?pt=US_Sound_Card_External&hash=item4614003966
[21:44] <lwizardl> now to see if it has linux drivers
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[22:04] <Jusii> with what application you're going to use it?
[22:05] <Jusii> atleast couple of months ago omxplayer didn't support usb soundcards
[22:05] <Jusii> there's some hacks thou
[22:06] <Jusii> gh
[22:07] <lwizardl> I plan to use my rpi as a xbmc media player
[22:07] <lwizardl> mostly
[22:08] <Jusii> should then check that xbmc of your choosing supports usb audio, not just linux
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[22:10] <lwizardl> k
[22:11] <Jusii> https://github.com/raspberrypi/userland/issues/70
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[22:22] <lwizardl> k
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[22:47] <Eren97> is it possible to run an IRC bouncer on rpi?
[22:47] <patagonicus> Sure.
[22:47] <Eren97> let me ask different
[22:47] <Eren97> is it easy
[22:48] <patagonicus> Probably depends on your background, but it shouldn't be that hard. I've never really bothered with bouncers, I just use a console IRC client and let that run on a server.
[22:48] <Jusii> irssi irc-client has built-in bouncer
[22:49] <patagonicus> Oh, yeah, weechat has something like that too, tried it with my phone once but never used it.
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[22:49] <rikkib> bnc used to be a package for that
[22:49] <demure> as does weechat
[22:50] <Eren97> i use #elitebnc
[22:50] <Jusii> have had it running for years, maybe used twice
[22:51] <Eren97> but would be pretty nice to use my own
[22:51] <Eren97> may buy a rpi soon
[22:52] <Eren97> lol
[22:52] <Jusii> looks like an bouncer service, so you just need irc-client
[22:52] <Eren97> yeah
[22:52] <Eren97> but read what i said
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[22:54] <Jusii> I think I did, you just want a irc-client that can connect to a bouncer?
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[22:54] <patagonicus> I think he wants to switch to his own bouncer.
[22:55] <Jusii> ok, sorry, my bad
[22:55] <Jusii> already forgot the initial question...
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[22:56] <Eren97> lol
[22:57] <Eren97> thx patagonicus
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[23:18] <CDR`> Why would you want a bouncer running off your own connection? Unless the rPi was in a data centre or hidden at work etc..
[23:18] <CDR`> (Or you want your nick always online, but personally I just leave my PC and mIRC open 24/7)
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[23:19] <Eren97> i won't use my computer running
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[23:19] <ozzzy> I very seldom shut off my computer
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[23:20] <CDR`> Eren97 you need to buy your first rPi
[23:20] <CDR`> then your second :)
[23:20] <aquarat> then your 30th
[23:20] <aquarat> :/
[23:20] * CDR` only owns two
[23:21] <aquarat> ah
[23:21] <Eren97> lol
[23:21] <aquarat> I use them for lots of stuff...
[23:22] <CDR`> I have one for OpenElec in the living room and one that I wanted to use as a wardriving/logging setup, but failed to complete due to issues and now its supposed to be teaching me php but lack of time means its not :(
[23:23] <aquarat> ergh
[23:23] <aquarat> lack of time :/
[23:23] <aquarat> I think I should learn C++
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[23:24] <aquarat> or how to use fpgas
[23:24] <aquarat> C++ would be more useful :P
[23:24] <aquarat> probably
[23:24] <CDR`> I'd love to learn C++ but unfortunately the closest i've got is buying C++ for Dummies & C++ A Beginners Guide lol
[23:24] <aquarat> :P
[23:25] <CDR`> Can't wait until someone can download me skills like in The Matrix
[23:25] <aquarat> yes
[23:25] <aquarat> mind anti-virus
[23:25] <aquarat> one might argue that mind virii already exist
[23:25] <aquarat> but that's a complex topic
[23:26] <CDR`> Indeed
[23:26] <aquarat> plural is viruses
[23:26] <aquarat> according to wiki
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[23:27] <aquarat> ah but wikipedia says viri and/or virii is commonly used when referring to programming
[23:27] <aquarat> but not necessarily correct
[23:27] <aquarat> :/
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[23:29] <CDR`> Well Viruses sounds silly
[23:29] <aquarat> lol
[23:29] <aquarat> what does CDR` stand for ? Call Data Record?
[23:30] <CDR`> Compact Disc Recordable?
[23:30] <aquarat> that's CD-R?
[23:30] * CDR` is now known as CD-R
[23:30] <aquarat> :P
[23:30] <CD-R> Just for you.
[23:30] <aquarat> thanks man
[23:30] <aquarat> or wo-man
[23:30] <CD-R> or he-man
[23:30] <aquarat> yeah
[23:30] <aquarat> veritable pick of the litter
[23:31] <aquarat> I wonder how fast a Pi could transcode from MPEG2 to H.264 using hardware decode/encode
[23:32] <aquarat> for a FHD video
[23:32] <aquarat> an
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[23:33] <CD-R> Speaking of English, I thought 'An' was only used when the following word started with a vowel
[23:33] <CD-R> An airplane, not a airplane
[23:34] <aquarat> yes, not sure why I corrected to an
[23:34] <aquarat> for some reason I thought that when F was spelt out it sounded like a vowel
[23:34] <aquarat> but it doesn't
[23:35] <aquarat> :P
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[23:36] <mgottschlag> the internet says that "an" is correct :)
[23:36] <mgottschlag> (because of F = "eff")
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[23:37] <aquarat> yay
[23:38] <aquarat> where does the 3.3v come from on a pi ? from a voltage regulator in the SoC die ?
[23:39] <chithead> from a terribly inefficient discrete one
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[23:40] <aquarat> I see
[23:40] <aquarat> I have this one Pi...
[23:40] <aquarat> well I have about 30 or 35 pis in total at the moment
[23:40] <aquarat> I lose track
[23:40] <chithead> there is a forum thread how to swap the linear for a switching regulator http://www.raspberrypi.org/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?t=12387
[23:40] <aquarat> and this one pi seems to be quite unstable
[23:40] <aquarat> ahhhhhhh
[23:40] <aquarat> :D
[23:40] <Phosie> 30-35 :O
[23:41] <aquarat> that is awesome
[23:41] <aquarat> I might be able to save this pi :)
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[23:41] <aquarat> it randomly dies... when it has a bit of power draw on it
[23:41] <aquarat> and even the watchdog won't reset it
[23:42] <aquarat> it seems to mostly dislike 3.3 power draw
[23:42] <aquarat> so I figured it might be something to do with the regulator
[23:42] <chithead> unless you broke the warranty, you can return it as defective
[23:42] <aquarat> it's been some time since I bought it
[23:42] <aquarat> and it seems like a lot of effort
[23:43] <aquarat> I imported it directly, I stay in South Africa
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