#raspberrypi IRC Log

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IRC Log for 2013-10-14

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[0:00] * redarrow_ is now known as redarrow
[0:00] <Vialas> hello all
[0:00] <Vialas> how are you all?
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[0:19] <sliddjur> bad
[0:19] * sliddjur (~sliddjur@unaffiliated/sliddjur) Quit (Quit: HydraIRC -> http://www.hydrairc.com <-)
[0:19] * wiiguy (~fake@unaffiliated/wiiguy) Quit (Quit: I just broke my connection, but no worries, we can rebuild it. We have the technology.)
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[0:22] <quackgyver> lol, is sliddjur a regular?
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[0:28] <Phosie> If I got £1 for everytime _BigWings_ left...
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[0:39] <Vialas> thats no good your bad Slippern
[0:39] <Vialas> ops slidd
[0:39] <Vialas> wb _BigWings_
[0:39] <Vialas> Phosie, you would be ritch ?
[0:40] <Phosie> I would be able to retire
[0:41] <Vialas> ha
[0:41] <Vialas> nice one
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[1:35] <ponA> hi
[1:36] * _BigWings_ (~Thunderbi@modemcable055.111-22-96.mc.videotron.ca) has joined #raspberrypi
[1:38] <ponA> i have a raspberry pi which runs with the raspbian wheezy linux
[1:39] <ponA> i installed apache 2 and mysql, which works fine so far
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[1:39] <ponA> now i want to export some lines of my SQL table into a text-file
[1:40] <ponA> i googled and it looks like there is some tool called bcp, but it works only on windows machines
[1:42] <quackgyver> Anyone got experience with HTML5 on the rPi? :)
[1:42] <LuisLeite> quackgyver, what does have HTML5 got with rPi?Oo
[1:43] <quackgyver> performance :)
[1:43] <LuisLeite> ah, only that lol and and xD
[1:44] <quackgyver> I'm preparing an online fundraiser on Kickstarter for a game of mine, and I'm in the process of conceptualizing some interesting rewards.
[1:44] <quackgyver> I was considering whether or not I could do something cool with the rPi and offer it to a limited degree as a reward for contributors
[1:44] <quackgyver> but I can't find any HTML5 benchmarking data on the rPi
[1:45] <SpeedEvil> You mean as a browser?
[1:45] <SpeedEvil> Or as a server.
[1:45] <SpeedEvil> Its performance at web browsing is comedically low.
[1:45] <quackgyver> As a content serving platform
[1:45] <quackgyver> in my case a game
[1:45] <quackgyver> :)
[1:46] <SpeedEvil> As a content serving platform, it's as fast as any other 600MHz arm processor connected to a slow disk
[1:48] <SpeedEvil> Can you use a 2000 vintage laptop to serve your content.
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[1:48] <SpeedEvil> If so - you have a good shot at doing so on the pi.
[1:49] <ponA> any ideas on how to geht the output of a sql query to a text-file?
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[1:51] <quackgyver> SpeedEvil: Well, the iPhone 3GS can serve HTML5 just fine, and with pretty great performance on top of that.
[1:51] <quackgyver> and afaik its 600mhz
[1:52] <quackgyver> and thats when running the content in a non-dedicated web engine (i.e. ios safari) on top of other system processes
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[1:52] <quackgyver> so im wondering what kind of juice i could get out of rPi if I somehow managed to strip it of all the unnecessary stuff and displayed the html5 content in a dedicated web content serving app
[1:53] <quackgyver> perhaps without much else, as if in a kiosk mode or something
[1:53] <pksato> ponA: select * into outfile "youfile" from you_tables you_select_option;
[1:53] <spm-Draget> I installed this minimal raspbian (based on this http://www.raspberrypi.org/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f=66&t=50310 )
[1:53] <spm-Draget> After being unplugged for a while, currently my rPi does know the correct current time.
[1:53] <spm-Draget> How is this possible? I do not see any ntp process…
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[1:54] <SpeedEvil> It has a clock.
[1:54] <SpeedEvil> It's just not battery backed.
[1:54] <SpeedEvil> Do you mean it was newly plugged in and knew the correct time?
[1:55] <SpeedEvil> I think something also runs 'netdate' or similar near boot
[1:55] <ponA> thanks pksato, i'll try that
[1:56] <spm-Draget> It does have clock registers, but no RTC whatsoever. After a powerloss, a freshly booted system should be at 1900. Having fake-hwclock setup, it will save the last time in some file and use this after rebooting, so the date 'never moves back'. And yet my pi was without power for a day and is currently only off by ~2 secs
[1:57] <pksato> on shutdown, last time is stored on file, and read on next boot.
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[1:57] <spm-Draget> Yesh. But I did not setup NTP so far. I am confused why the clock is correct right now o.o… I'll reboot it.
[1:57] <spm-Draget> And check
[1:58] <pksato> ntp is pre configured.
[1:58] <spm-Draget> Not in http://www.raspberrypi.org/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f=66&t=50310 AFAIK - there is no NTP installed. That is why it confused me.
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[2:00] <pksato> dpkg -l ntp
[2:00] <pksato> have a result?
[2:00] <pksato> or dpkg -l ntpdate
[2:02] * lupinedk is now known as Lupinedk
[2:02] <spm-Draget> Ah okay, it *is* running ntp.
[2:03] <spm-Draget> The configuration confused me a bit, but my fault, sorry about that.
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[2:06] <spm-Draget> rasp-config - which packge is it in?
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[2:09] <spm-Draget> Ah, libraspberrypi-bin =)
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[2:17] <spm-Draget> Hmm, nah, not what I was looking for. raspi-config, but this is not in the raspbian repositories.
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[2:58] <ChuangTzu> hey
[2:58] <ChuangTzu> i'm having trouble getting my GPIO pins to cooperate
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[2:59] <ChuangTzu> i'm using the RPi.GPIO module
[2:59] <ChuangTzu> and i can't get my pins to go low after i set them high
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[4:11] <ChuangTzu> well i figured it out
[4:11] <ChuangTzu> kinda
[4:11] <ChuangTzu> i tried a newer version of rpi.gpio
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[6:05] <RahulAN> Hii all
[6:05] <RahulAN> I wrote image on SD card
[6:06] <RahulAN> but its seems so wierd..
[6:06] <RahulAN> please helpp... has happened..
[6:07] <RahulAN> i use dd to write on card
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[6:08] <ring0> what's the weird error?
[6:09] <RahulAN> http://paste.ubuntu.com/6234439/
[6:09] <RahulAN> check this..
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[6:10] <RahulAN> its not errod..
[6:10] <RahulAN> * error
[6:11] <ring0> i would try to overwrite the whole sdcard and reflash the image
[6:11] <RahulAN> Means..??
[6:12] <RahulAN> Do i again overwrite the card
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[6:12] <ring0> dd if=/dev/zero of=SDCARD bs=1M && dd if=IMAGE of=SDCARD bs=1M
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[6:14] <RahulAN> In place of Image, i need to put rasbian image
[6:15] <ring0> yes, and instead of sdcard the device name of it
[6:16] <RahulAN> Got it
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[6:44] <tbgconnor> RahulAN: Make sure to do a df command to check to make sure you're using the right device name!
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[7:24] <raspberrypifan> Hi is there anyway to setup the pi to automatically connect to a wifi spot on first boot.
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[7:31] <raspberrypifan> Hi is there anyway to setup the pi to automatically connect to a wifi spot on first boot.
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[7:45] <RahulAN> http://pihw.wordpress.com/guides/direct-network-connection/
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[7:45] <RahulAN> I am reading this blog and i am sloght confuse in option 1
[7:46] <RahulAN> I am reading this blog and i am slight confuse in option 1
[7:46] <RahulAN> please help me out
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[7:46] <raspberrypifan> whatcha you need
[7:46] <RahulAN> is step 4 5 6
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[7:47] <RahulAN> there is written tha make a copy of cmd.text
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[7:48] <RahulAN> i copied but couldnt understand 5 and 6 points
[7:48] <RahulAN> what to do
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[7:49] <RahulAN> which ip do i use in cmd.txt
[7:49] <raspberrypifan> probably the one from your pi
[7:50] <RahulAN> i edit cmd.txt and add a line ip=168.254.0.2
[7:50] <RahulAN> now what the next line mean there..?? :/
[7:50] <raspberrypifan> probably
[7:51] <raspberrypifan> which line?
[7:51] <RahulAN> ip=168.254.0.2
[7:51] <RahulAN> in cmd.txt
[7:52] <RahulAN> sorry in cmdline.txt
[7:52] <raspberrypifan> well maybe we can back up a bit what exactly are you triyng ot do
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[7:53] <RahulAN> I want to use rpi with out external monitor and keyboard
[7:54] <RahulAN> so for this i googled and got http://pihw.wordpress.com/guides/direct-network-connection/
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[7:54] <RahulAN> in which i am moving as him..
[7:55] <RahulAN> but confuse in 5 6 7 pi\oint
[7:55] <raspberrypifan> well
[7:55] <raspberrypifan> did you install raspbian?
[7:55] <RahulAN> yes
[7:55] <RahulAN> I did
[7:55] <raspberrypifan> then your pi already has SSH enabled
[7:55] <raspberrypifan> all you have to do is use SSH the ip the username and password
[7:55] <raspberrypifan> and youll be logged in
[7:55] <RahulAN> So what to do next
[7:56] <RahulAN> Can you please help me to log in..
[7:56] <RahulAN> I had never done it before
[7:57] <raspberrypifan> do you have SSH
[7:57] <RahulAN> yes i am using linux
[7:58] <RahulAN> how do i know the ip of Rpi
[7:58] <RahulAN> I had never used SSH before
[7:59] <raspberrypifan> ok
[7:59] <raspberrypifan> well go to 192.168.1.1 or 192.168.0.1
[7:59] <raspberrypifan> check to see which works
[7:59] <RahulAN> How..??
[8:00] <RahulAN> And do i edit the file in SD card..??
[8:00] <raspberrypifan> no
[8:00] <raspberrypifan> what computer are you using
[8:00] <raspberrypifan> linux?
[8:01] <RahulAN> Yes Linux..
[8:02] <raspberrypifan> so in your computer browser
[8:02] <raspberrypifan> type 192.168.0.1
[8:03] <RahulAN> Wait firstly i hav to put SD card in Rpi and power it up..??
[8:03] <raspberrypifan> yes that would help but you can just use the image you get form onine no need ot make no changes
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[8:04] <RahulAN> Ohkk
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[8:06] <RahulAN> raspberrypifan: powered up and connected ethernet cable to my laptop
[8:06] <RahulAN> Now what to do
[8:06] <RahulAN> ??
[8:06] <raspberrypifan> is the pi on?
[8:07] <RahulAN> Yeas
[8:07] <RahulAN> Now whats next..??
[8:07] <raspberrypifan> im trying to remember
[8:07] <RahulAN> Ohkk
[8:07] <raspberrypifan> you might actually have to connect a monitor and a mouse at least
[8:08] <RahulAN> I dont hav
[8:08] <RahulAN> it
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[8:10] <raspberrypifan> well let me read that guide
[8:10] <raspberrypifan> and see
[8:10] <raspberrypifan> give me a sec
[8:10] <RahulAN> Okk
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[8:10] <RahulAN> But i think that i had to assign the ip in cmdline.txt
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[8:11] <raspberrypifan> ok here is my understanding
[8:11] <RahulAN> What
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[8:12] <raspberrypifan> well let me ask you this can you connect your pi to router instead of your computer
[8:12] <RahulAN> No, I dont hav any router
[8:12] <RahulAN> i am using USB dongle for internet
[8:13] <raspberrypifan> where do you get your internet from
[8:14] <RahulAN> USB Dongle..
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[8:14] <raspberrypifan> yes but where does that connect to
[8:15] <RahulAN> Its a mobile broad band
[8:16] <raspberrypifan> ok i see
[8:17] <raspberrypifan> if you are using linux
[8:17] <RahulAN> Yes
[8:18] <raspberrypifan> on your computer then you dont need step 3
[8:18] <raspberrypifan> you just use SSH to connect
[8:19] <RahulAN> That is what i am asking
[8:19] <RahulAN> how to use SSH
[8:20] <raspberrypifan> ssh pi@192.168.1.3
[8:20] <raspberrypifan> replace with the ip you gave the pi
[8:21] <RahulAN> I had undo all
[8:21] <RahulAN> the card contains all that i downloaded from Rpi
[8:21] <RahulAN> nothig extra
[8:22] <raspberrypifan> just set up an ip address for your pi using the first part of the guide
[8:22] <raspberrypifan> do that now lol
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[8:22] <RahulAN> ssh: connect to host 192.168.1.3 port 22: Connection timed out
[8:22] <raspberrypifan> yes dont use that ip. Just go thru the first steps on the guide
[8:22] <RahulAN> You mean as according to that blog
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[8:23] <raspberrypifan> yes, the pi needs to have an ip address assigned to it first because it is connecting to your machine
[8:23] <RahulAN> Ohkk
[8:24] <RahulAN> but still a lil confusion
[8:24] <RahulAN> i hav to make 2 copy of file cmdline.txt
[8:24] <RahulAN> ??
[8:25] <raspberrypifan> it just a back up, u dont have too
[8:25] <raspberrypifan> you c an directly edit the file
[8:25] <RahulAN> Ohkk means i hav to add ip=192.168.1.3
[8:26] <raspberrypifan> yes
[8:26] <RahulAN> in cmdline.txt
[8:27] <RahulAN> done
[8:27] <RahulAN> powering up
[8:27] <raspberrypifan> yes
[8:28] <RahulAN> there was a note in tha
[8:28] <RahulAN> i hav to unplug all the network and plug them afterward
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[8:28] <RahulAN> it means i hav to remove my USB internet Dongle
[8:29] <raspberrypifan> i dont think u need to but if u want ok
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[8:37] <dheeraj> Nothing happened
[8:39] <dheeraj> raspberrypifan:
[8:39] <dheeraj> raspberrypifan: failed
[8:39] <raspberrypifan> what it say
[8:40] <dheeraj> ssh: connect to host 192.168.1.3 port 22: Network is unreachable
[8:40] <dheeraj> and now Connection timed out
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[8:40] <raspberrypifan> is that the ip address you assigned to the pi?
[8:40] <RahulAN> Yeas
[8:40] <RahulAN> :/ :(
[8:41] <RahulAN> What to do next..??
[8:42] <raspberrypifan> run ifconfig on your laptop
[8:43] <RahulAN> http://paste.ubuntu.com/6234751/
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[8:45] <raspberrypifan> try to assign that address to the pi 121.245.176.93
[8:45] <RahulAN> Ohkk
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[8:46] <RahulAN> Assigned
[8:48] <RahulAN> Powering up
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[8:48] <RahulAN> Do i wait for a minute.. to boot it..
[8:48] <raspberrypifan> sure
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[8:49] <Vialas> hi everyone
[8:49] <RahulAN> and now i have to use the adresss u told wit ssh
[8:50] <raspberrypifan> yes
[8:51] <raspberrypifan> hi
[8:51] <RahulAN> and now i have to use the adresss u told wit ssh
[8:51] <RahulAN> ssh: connect to host 121.245.176.93 port 22: Connection timed out
[8:52] <RahulAN> same error
[8:53] <raspberrypifan> well theory is u need to set it up with the confi screen via a screen b4 u can do anyhting else
[8:53] <raspberrypifan> so go find a mouse and screen
[8:53] <raspberrypifan> or tv
[8:55] <RahulAN> Huh.. :(
[8:56] <RahulAN> If i borrow that from some one then do i able to SSH
[8:57] <raspberrypifan> ull have to go thru the config scree nbut yea
[8:57] <raspberrypifan> when u do it once it hsoudl be ok
[8:57] <RahulAN> Ohkk
[8:57] <RahulAN> For a single time i need it..??
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[9:00] <RahulAN> Do i need again then once used..??
[9:00] <raspberrypifan> yes
[9:00] <raspberrypifan> no
[9:00] <RahulAN> Ohkk
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[9:00] <RahulAN> Thanks for ur nyc consideration..!!
[9:00] <RahulAN> see you tommorow
[9:02] <raspberrypifan> bye
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[9:29] <willybilly0101> I think you can start sshd by blind typing
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[12:12] <gazzwi86> I'm using dd to create an image on my sd card but its been going for nearly an hour
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[12:12] <gazzwi86> should i stop it and start again?
[12:13] <Amadiro> gazzwi86, if you don't specify a blocksize, it usually takes a few minutes, but an hour seems excessive
[12:13] <Amadiro> how big is your SD card?
[12:13] <gazzwi86> bs-1m
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[12:14] <gazzwi86> its 8gb
[12:14] <shiftplusone> Card size makes no difference at all
[12:14] <shiftplusone> You're using dd to write the image? If so, you can check the progress.
[12:15] <hifi> yoi might be on USB 1.1
[12:15] <hifi> you*
[12:15] <shiftplusone> To check progress, sudo kill -USR1 `pgrep ^dd`
[12:16] <gazzwi86> Its ok, I've just cancelled it. It had done 2 of 2.6 gig
[12:16] <gazzwi86> annoying
[12:16] <gazzwi86> whats the max bs i could use?
[12:17] <gazzwi86> its a class 8 sd
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[12:23] <hifi> gazzwi86: what's your intended usage for the card in the pi?
[12:24] <hifi> you might not need to dd a 2 gig image
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[12:25] <gazzwi86> Its just to install Occidentalis and use the pi
[12:25] <gazzwi86> I was having trouble using the noobs setup as the image would corrupt after i shutdown and booted again
[12:26] <gazzwi86> This is the issue I was having http://www.raspberrypi.org/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f=27&t=25612
[12:26] <gazzwi86> i read it could be to do with the power so I've bought a new power cable and was trying the other OS
[12:26] <hifi> ah, then you're probably in the right path
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[12:58] <Sonny_Jim> gazzwi86: Have you tried formatting as FAT32 and writing a file bigger than 2GB?
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[12:58] <Sonny_Jim> As I've bought cheap SD cards before that were supposed to be 8GB, but actually were only 2GB, if you wrote anything over 2GB it would corrupt the card
[12:59] <shiftplusone> Ah, I've done that before >_<
[12:59] <gazzwi86> its ok Sonny_Jim, the noobs installation has work thus far, I'm going to reboot shortly and fingers crossed the image will not be corrupted. It looks like it could have been a power related issue
[12:59] <shiftplusone> hurray for paypal disputes.
[13:00] <shiftplusone> (unless you are a seller)
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[13:45] <oopepe> Hi, im trying to profile an app on the rpi. I tried gprof, but it doesnt measure times. Dont know why not. I tried valgrind with callgrind, but its too slow. What else is there to measure the time the cpu needs to execute each function?
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[14:27] <defswork> hmm
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[14:28] <defswork> 10+ of these a second in syslog kern.log and debug -> Oct 14 13:28:05 raspbmc kernel: spidev spi0.0: setup: want 48000 Hz; bus_hz=250000000 / cdiv=8192 == 30517 Hz; mode 0: cs 0x00000000
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[14:31] <hyde> Hi, I've got latest raspbian, and I want to enable some kernel modules which are not included by the default kernel.
[14:31] <hyde> is there a simpler way than recompiling the kernel from scratch?
[14:34] <shiftplusone> Since nobody is answering... any reason you think compiling the kernel is a hassle? If you're running linux on you desktop, you could be done in about 3 commands and a few minutes.
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[14:35] <shiftplusone> Or if you compile on a pi, maybe 2 commands and hell of a lot of time.
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[14:38] <Th0rsten> Hello. I have a question about crosscompiling with the gnuarm-eabihf gcc. What compilerflags are available for optimization etc? e.g. is hardfloat used as standard or does in need to be set? Is there a list of compilerflags with their default values somewhere?
[14:40] <Triffid_Hunter> Th0rsten: gcc -v -E -march=native - < /dev/null
[14:40] <defswork> anyone know how to stop spidev from logging ? with boblight running it's going to fill my sd card up very quickly
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[14:53] <hyde> shiftplusone: well, it takes a bit of setup
[14:53] <hyde> such as installing 32 bit libs so the cross-compiler gcc works
[14:53] <hyde> which took a bunch of googling to find out why it errored out
[14:54] <hyde> re-compiling might be like 5 (make config, make, make modules, transfer to RPi, reboot)
[14:55] <hyde> shiftplusone: ...unless there is one script which just does it, given the IP of RPi?
[14:55] <hyde> so yes, it is a hassle :)
[14:56] <hyde> (compared to vanilla Ubuntu I had lieing around, where the particular USB device just worked when I plugged it in...)
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[15:04] <shiftplusone> hyde, none of that! You just install the gcc-arm toolchain from the repo and that's all the setup you need. Download the kernel source from github, copy over the .config, make whatever changes you need and compile away
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[15:05] <shiftplusone> "ARCH=arm CROSS_COMPILE=arm-linux-gnueabi- (or whatever the toolchain prefix is) make ..."
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[15:06] <hyde> shiftplusone: you mean, from the github tools repo, or from Linux distro package repo?
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[15:07] <shiftplusone> github.com/raspberrypi/linux
[15:07] <hyde> yep, that's what I am doing now
[15:07] <shiftplusone> I think gcc-arm-linux-gnueab is the package name for the toolchain, so just apt-get that
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[15:07] <hyde> shiftplusone: you mean, on RPi?
[15:08] <shiftplusone> nuh, on your ubuntu pc
[15:08] <hyde> well, I'm compiling on Fedora
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[15:12] <shiftplusone> ah
[15:12] <hyde> but anyway, I've got the github tools working now
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[15:13] <shiftplusone> yeah, it's a hassle if you can't just install the tools from the default repo and I don't know whether fedora has them. Either way, you have them now, so it doesn't matter
[15:13] <hyde> I was just wondering, if there's an easier way, since it looks like I basically need one missing .ko file
[15:13] <shiftplusone> In the time it's taking you to wonder, you could have compiled it by now =P
[15:13] <hyde> it's compiling all the time
[15:13] <shiftplusone> cross? O_o
[15:13] <hyde> btw, is there a "nicer" way to choose kernel, than manually copying right file to /boot/kernel.img?
[15:13] <hyde> yep
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[15:13] <shiftplusone> you can specify the kernel in config.txt, but it still has to be on that /boot partition
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[15:13] <shiftplusone> but I am not sure what you mean by nicer.
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[15:15] <hyde> shiftplusone: something, where I don't have to figure out which files there are kernel images
[15:15] <hyde> and which are not
[15:15] * shiftplusone shrugs
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[15:15] <hyde> do you remember what setting in config.txt it is?
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[15:15] <hyde> default contents do not even have word "kernel" in there
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[15:16] <shiftplusone> just 'kernel', but I don't think that's what you're after. I am a little confused. =(
[15:16] <shiftplusone> kernel.img is default and people don't generally change it, so it's not included in the config bye default, but it works if you add it.
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[15:17] <hyde> well, I had the original kernel.img from the Raspbian image, and then I installed new kernel with `apt-get install linux-image-3.6-trunk-rpi`
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[15:18] <hyde> which did not overwrite the kernel.img, I had to do it by hand (after taking backup of the original, etc)
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[15:19] <hyde> btw, I did not want to try on the risk of making the SD unbootable, but would it work if kernel.img was symbolic link?
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[15:19] <shiftplusone> I doubt it would
[15:19] <Sonny_Jim> Isn't it held on the FAT32 partition?
[15:19] <Sonny_Jim> Or is this some funky installation
[15:20] <hyde> oh, I only now realized/remembered, that indeed boot is it's own partition :-p. That explains why hard link did not work :)
[15:20] <shiftplusone> >_<
[15:20] <shiftplusone> <ShiftPlusOne> you can specify the kernel in config.txt, but it still has to be on that /boot partition
[15:20] <hyde> yep
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[15:20] <shiftplusone> I snuck the word 'partition' in there for that reason, heh
[15:20] <shiftplusone> I had a suspicion that was a problem
[15:21] <Sonny_Jim> I mean, you could have a very minimal kernel then reload it straight away
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[15:21] <Sonny_Jim> Can't remember the command to reload a kernel though
[15:21] <hyde> yeah, you should have mentioned FAT, then I would have gotten it right away ;)
[15:21] <Sonny_Jim> Or even if you can do it
[15:21] <shiftplusone> Sonny_Jim, are you referring to kexec?
[15:21] <Sonny_Jim> That's the one
[15:21] <shiftplusone> Doesn't work well on the pi
[15:21] <shiftplusone> messes up the videocore stuff
[15:21] <Sonny_Jim> I mean, wasn't it created just to wave it in Window users faces
[15:22] <Sonny_Jim> We don't have to reboot *evah*
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[15:22] <shiftplusone> at least it did last time I checked. The issue I opened for it is still open, but it may have solved itself.
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[15:30] <hyde> btw, just making sure, is this more-or-less up to date: http://elinux.org/RPi_Kernel_Compilation
[15:30] <hyde> ?
[15:31] <shiftplusone> aye
[15:32] <[Saint]> Neigh!
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[15:36] <tig|> did I just hear a frozen lasagne?
[15:37] <shiftplusone> Heh. That's a little old to be referencing, isn't it?
[15:38] <tig|> well it was either that or a joke about french cuisine :)
[15:38] <tig|> horses for courses really....
[15:38] <shiftplusone> >_<
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[15:40] <[Saint]> Hey, iTunes, ...if you could go ahead and not be a prat about adding from folders ending in ".", that'd be swell.
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[15:40] <Armand> [Saint]: For more fun... try the <insert colourful metaphore> e-mail configuration on iPhones.
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[15:41] <[Saint]> Ohhhh...that's wonderful. It even falls over if the "." comes in the middle of the title.
[15:42] <[Saint]> "I am... Sacha Fierce" makes it bark.
[15:42] <hyde> Well, new kernel deploying, let's see if it boots, soon
[15:42] <[Saint]> *barf
[15:42] <Armand> [Saint]: Anything Apple-related is absolutely hateful. :/
[15:42] <[Saint]> (and - its Ms [Saint]'s album, promise)
[15:42] <[Saint]> Unfortunately, I have absolutely no choice in this instance.
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[15:42] <[Saint]> (Nano 6G)
[15:42] <SpeedEvil> Armand: I totally disagree. I've just ordered.
[15:43] <Armand> SpeedEvil: that's your problem, not mine. :P
[15:43] <[Saint]> SpeedEvil: Apple makes nice hardware, that's never been in dispute.
[15:43] * Armand disputes
[15:43] <[Saint]> Their OS *sucks*, though.
[15:43] <[Saint]> Like, sucks hard.
[15:43] <SpeedEvil> http://www.tesco.com/groceries/Product/Details/?id=261005359
[15:43] <Armand> Cramped, no customisation, limited upgrade options.. "meh" design.
[15:43] <SpeedEvil> _Everyone_ should go and buy this.
[15:44] <Armand> SpeedEvil: Tragic. :/
[15:44] <tig|> SpeedEvil: but I have two treeloads in the garden!
[15:45] <[Saint]> Armand: for iPods, at least (well, most of them) that's why Rockbox exists. :)
[15:45] <SpeedEvil> tig|: Me too.
[15:45] <Armand> Spotify. :)
[15:45] <SpeedEvil> tig|: I actually have a voulunteer tree 20m away that was planted by birds.
[15:45] * Armand pets his Nexus 4
[15:45] <SpeedEvil> tig|: Oddly it makes really delicious pretty apples that are really tasty.
[15:45] <[Saint]> Everything is better Rockboxed.
[15:46] <tig|> SpeedEvil: \o/
[15:47] <SpeedEvil> tig|: I'm sort of pondering planting a small orchard on that nearby bank where it came up.
[15:47] * [Saint] waits for 20K replaygain tags to calculate
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[15:47] <[Saint]> 3 minutes is AGES. :-S
[15:48] <tig|> SpeedEvil: I had better pick and freeze the cooking apples too soon before they all go :/
[15:48] <SpeedEvil> tig|: Drying works well.
[15:48] <[Saint]> tig|: One word: cider.
[15:48] <SpeedEvil> Get one of those little peely things that makes a spiral.
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[15:49] <SpeedEvil> Now, you simply put a tray of those - interleaved so each spiral holds the next open
[15:49] <[Saint]> I make cider out of the windfall apples every year.
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[15:49] <[Saint]> Gettin a buzz off nature for free is aawesome.
[15:49] <SpeedEvil> And put in the oven at 60C or so for a day or so - and delicious dried apple rings
[15:49] <tig|> [Saint]: I helped a couple of friends make some this year, we know someone who has proper cider apple trees :) there will probably be about 100Gal :)
[15:50] <[Saint]> Excellent.
[15:50] <[Saint]> One of my cats got totally wrecked eating a fermented nashi pear at my old place once.
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[15:51] <[Saint]> He's a slightly damaged unit
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[15:52] <IT_Sean> HAHA
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[15:56] <[Saint]> Playlist duration: 17wk 6d 22:33:39.358
[15:56] <[Saint]> ...hmmmmm.
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[15:56] <[Saint]> Yeah, perhaps I /don't/ want Shuffle All.
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[16:02] <hyde> ah, ha! learning by doing... I need Linux kernel 3.8 or later
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[16:03] <hyde> so I just pick rpi-3.11.y from github repo?
[16:04] <hyde> shiftplusone: ^ can you commment on that?
[16:05] <shiftplusone> hyde, I can't. I don't know what state it is in. Last time I checked, it had some important things missing, but that might not be the case now.
[16:05] <hyde> so maybe 3.8.y is safer?
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[16:06] <hyde> shiftplusone: but thank, in any case
[16:06] * shiftplusone shrugs
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[16:09] <knob> Hello everyone... I'm running into trouble when trying to make install faac .... in this thread, my post is #3 http://www.raspberrypi.org/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f=43&t=53936&sid=f3583bc5bc17c4aa8df00c91396b2b5b
[16:09] <knob> I tried various itterations of fixing the compiling error, yet I'm still unable to complete it.
[16:09] <knob> Any thoughts on what I could try?
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[16:30] <hyde> okidoki, compiling 3.11.y... And again I forgot to add -j4 to the compilation :p
[16:30] <hyde> does anybody know if that is safe with Linux kernel?
[16:30] <chithead> the kernel build system is very robust
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[16:32] <hyde> mmm, well, now continuig with that
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[16:37] <BurtyB> hyde, your more likely to have less problems without the -j4 (assuming you mean as a parameter to "make")
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[16:49] <hyde> well, booting with new kernel soon
[16:49] <hyde> we shall see...
[16:50] <hyde> BurtyB: do you know of actual problem experience with Linux kernel, or is that just general paranoia (because -j can certainly break some software builds)
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[16:52] <hyde> yay! It booted, and that's not all, it also loaded the USB module when I plugged the device in!
[16:53] <BurtyB> hyde, -j just runs more jobs at once - so it "might" build quicker - nothing bad will come of either way if you have a good makefile
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[17:22] <ghettoblaster> hi all, could anyone assist me on compiling a driver (ax88179) on raspberry?
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[17:23] <hyde> BurtyB: well, everything I tried (which is not a lot, but at least X starts and the USB device is detected) seems to work fine
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[17:26] <ponA> hi, i have a raspberry pi running apache 2 and mysql, i want to export some values from the mysql table to a text-file using a shell command. yesterday i got the tip to use INTO OUTFILE, but it won't work
[17:26] <ponA> i am using the line: sudo mysql --user=root --password=xxx Sensors -e "SELECT * INTO OUTFILE '1.txt' FROM Temperatures WHERE id = '25'"
[17:27] <ponA> when i run it for the first time, i get the error: ERROR 3 (HY000) at line 1: Error writing file '/var/lib/mysql/Sensors/1.txt' (Errcode: 28)
[17:27] <ponA> if i run it a second time i get: ERROR 1086 (HY000) at line 1: File '1.txt' already exists
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[17:28] <[Saint]> BurtyB: you rarely, if ever, want to pass "-j" alone.
[17:28] <[Saint]> Especially on a pi.
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[17:28] <[Saint]> Thats like saying "spawn as many processes as you possibly can at any one moment"
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[17:29] <[Saint]> A general rule of thumb is "-j N" where N == CPU_cores*2
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[17:30] <ponA> as i want to use the textfile to generate gnuplot graphics, it would be nice if the file is overwritten every time i export something
[17:31] <BurtyB> [Saint], he wasn't but -j is the option
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[17:32] <hyde> yeah, I used -j4 (matching core count given to the VM)
[17:32] <[Saint]> should be fine, but it can rely on makefiles not doing stupid things.
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[17:35] <superae> hi hi
[17:36] <superae> anybody know their way around socat?
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[17:44] <superae> can anyone assist me with streaming raspi camera footage to mplayer via socat?
[17:45] <andreiiar> How do I free up some memory for my rasbian? It only has like 10M free.
[17:47] <shiftplusone> andreiiar, check what's using the memory.
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[17:48] <SpeedEvil> Sort-of-on-topic. I have just had a lovely apple crumble. Mmmm.
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[17:49] <shiftplusone> Apple make desserts now? =/
[17:49] <shiftplusone> (I'll let myself out)
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[18:00] <Davespice> andreiiar: have you used the top command yet?
[18:00] <Davespice> top is a bit like task manager in windows, and it will let you see which processes are using what memory
[18:01] <Sonny_Jim> shiftplusone: That would be an Apple iCrumble and it would be incompatible with your current spoons
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[18:01] <Sonny_Jim> You'd need a special Apple branded spoon that had a security chip in it to eat it
[18:02] <shiftplusone> heh
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[18:04] <tig|> you would have to use authorised custard only or the spoon will stop working with the next update
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[18:06] <Sonny_Jim> andreiiar: Don't confused cached memory with memory used either
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[18:09] <ReggieUK> you'll need spoons 4.0 for that
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[18:12] <ponA> any ides on my SQL to textfile error? :)
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[18:34] <sandman> Anyone know if it's possible to install x2go server on a RPi? Although an alternative which would allow me to remotely access my RPi via the web would work for me as well (such as a _good_ web-based SSH client). Any help would be greatly appreciated! Thank you
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[18:36] <sandman> Also, I keep seeing traffic going out to "y" in iftop. Not y.com, or www.y.com or anything like that... just "y". Not sure what this is, any ideas?
[18:37] <Sonny_Jim> Putty works fine for me, unless you are on a desktop so locked down you can't install anything
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[18:39] <sandman> Sonny_Jim: Yeah, that's my concern.
[18:40] <Sonny_Jim> In my experience (which is very small), most web based SSH clients suck
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[18:44] <sandman> Sonny_Jim: Funny, this has been my experience as well.
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[18:45] <ponA> i also use putty, and it is just an exe on my desktop. if you put it on a usb stick you should be able to use it
[18:46] <Sonny_Jim> ponA: What if you are in an airport using their terminals with no USB access
[18:46] <Sonny_Jim> I believe that's the usage case here
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[18:47] <sandman> Yes, or a public library wherein they have hired a country bumpkin network admin who has but one tooth, and he opens beer cans with it.
[18:48] <Sonny_Jim> Hey, that's not a bad admin if they've hotglued the USB ports
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[18:49] <sandman> Sonny_Jim: Indeed, it is smart. But sadly in this case, it's a not-so elegant mixture of pure incompetence and beer. Replace hotglued with bubblegummed, and you'd be more accurate =)
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[18:50] <sandman> I tire of the current state of computing. It's as if the entire internet along with all the PCs connected to it are being converted to glorified television sets.
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[18:51] <Sonny_Jim> meh
[18:51] <Sonny_Jim> Have you tried using lynx lately?
[18:51] <Sonny_Jim> Gone are the days of information, now it's flash + adverts
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[18:52] <Sonny_Jim> Have you looked at the article on wikipedia about web ssh clients?
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[18:52] <shiftplusone> Sonny_Jim, flashblock + adblock
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[18:52] <Sonny_Jim> Erm, lynx doesn't really support plugins
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[18:52] <sandman> Sonny_Jim: Briefly. I started going down the list, and as you stated so eloquently, the solutions mostly suck hairy donkey balls.
[18:52] <Sonny_Jim> sandman: There's a few python based ones on there
[18:53] <sandman> Well, you didn't say quite that. I said that, but I figure we're more or less on the same page.
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[18:53] <sandman> And yes. adblock + flashblock.
[18:53] <sandman> If it weren't for those two plugs, I would have seriously unplugged long ago.
[18:53] <Sonny_Jim> There's something in Webmin I think
[18:53] <shiftplusone> Ah, I thought you were just complaining about the general state of the net nowadays.
[18:53] <sandman> Just downloaded the wikipedia archive, maybe the debian archive, and close the book.
[18:54] <Sonny_Jim> Nah, web based ssh clients
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[18:54] <shiftplusone> yeah, elinks works fine on a system like the pi, for example.
[18:54] <Sonny_Jim> http://tasvideos.org/forum/viewtopic.php?p=342629#342629
[18:54] <sandman> shiftplusone: Well, I mean everything. The walled gardening of iOS, vendor-rolled Android installations, the kindle and its locked bootloader, UEFI
[18:54] <Sonny_Jim> Erm, not that link
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[18:54] <Sonny_Jim> http://www.raspberrypi.org/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f=63&t=6096
[18:55] <Sonny_Jim> That shows how to setup webmin, which was pretty decent the last time I used it
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[18:55] <Sonny_Jim> *over 5 years ago
[18:55] <sandman> The internet in general, how it's seemingly renders most computers little more than an ad-ridden distraction box.
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[18:55] <Sonny_Jim> Is IRC older than WWW?
[18:55] <shiftplusone> aye
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[18:55] <Sonny_Jim> 1988 apparently
[18:56] <sandman> IRC + Usenet are the last bastions of usability for me.
[18:56] <Sonny_Jim> Oh pipped WWW by a year
[18:56] <sandman> Everything else is filled with so much cruft now I spend 90% of my time sifting through BS
[18:57] <sandman> Not just with ads, but with general Miss Information, flapping her tits on my screen almost 24/7. I can't even so much as good an image search anymore without porn being shoved in my face all the time.
[18:57] <shiftplusone> Meh, I'd take the internet now over the internet 10 years ago any day.
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[18:57] <sandman> I mean, fine. Porn, if that's your thing. Wonderful. But sometimes I'd actually like to get something done, you know.
[18:57] <sandman> I digress.
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[18:57] <shiftplusone> btw, mind the language a little >_<
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[18:58] <sandman> Sorry about that. Honestly just got a little emotional about it lol
[18:58] <sandman> Can you at least feel my pain
[18:58] <sandman> =)
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[18:58] <shiftplusone> heh, sure.
[18:59] <Sonny_Jim> Is it just me, or has google search been dumbed down?
[18:59] <Sonny_Jim> I mean, before it would look for exactly what I typed
[18:59] <Sonny_Jim> Now it tries to be clever and returns things that are close but not exactly what I typed
[18:59] <shiftplusone> for example?
[18:59] <Sonny_Jim> Or rather, the search intelligence has changed
[18:59] <Sonny_Jim> Ohh, hard to pick one off the top of my head
[18:59] <SpeedEvil> Sonny_Jim: ++
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[19:00] <sandman> SpeedEvil: You've noticed it, too?
[19:00] <Sonny_Jim> Say if I wanted to find "Xshm.h"
[19:00] <SpeedEvil> yes
[19:00] <Sonny_Jim> Now it finds loads of other things, but not Xshm.h
[19:01] <sandman> I guess it's that google "bubble" I read about a while ago. A side-effect of their search algorithms is to confine you to one cross-section of the internet, per se.
[19:01] <Sonny_Jim> I'm normally logged into google when I search so you'd think it would notice
[19:01] <shiftplusone> a bit of a vague search... you want the source for it or you want to know where to find it or what?
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[19:01] <Sonny_Jim> It's hard to quantify but SpeedEvil might be able to explain it better
[19:01] <shiftplusone> Nuh, I know what you mean.
[19:02] <Sonny_Jim> It seems my google-fu is not as strong as it was, it expects me to search semantically
[19:02] <Sonny_Jim> if thats the right word for it
[19:02] <Sonny_Jim> Cars that are green
[19:02] <shiftplusone> but... http://www.opensource.apple.com/source/X11proto/X11proto-40/xextproto/xextproto-7.0.5/XShm.h ?
[19:02] <Sonny_Jim> rather than "green cars"
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[19:03] <Sonny_Jim> ie it seems tailored towards whole sentances rather than keyword
[19:03] <ponA> I tried redirecting the command line output to a text file using sudo mysql --user=root --password=xxxx Sensors -e "SELECT * FROM Temperatures" > /home/pi/data/1.txt but even that won't work
[19:03] <shiftplusone> actually, I am finding many xshm.h files, from different packages with different sources, so it's REALLY an ambiguous search term.
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[19:10] <Sonny_Jim> Bad example and I'm having a hard time pinning it down
[19:10] <Sonny_Jim> It seems that over the years, I got used to finding results by entering in search terms on a specific manner
[19:10] <Sonny_Jim> And over the last 2 years, it doesn't work anymore
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[19:25] <ripzay> Sonny_Jim, you can still search like that, you just have to use the right syntax
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[19:46] <ponA> also jetzt startet mein sql server nichtmehr, df -h hat ergeben dass rootfs zu 100% voll ist, allerdings ist es nur 1,8GB groß und die SD-Karte hat 16GB
[19:46] <ponA> der SQL Server ging im betrieb aus und hat dann nach einem reboot nichtmehr gestartet
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[19:48] <mgottschlag1> ponA: this is an english channel :p
[19:48] <mgottschlag1> also, you can resize the rootfs
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[19:49] <atouk> possibly didn't expand the filesystem after first boot
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[19:50] <mgottschlag1> (I think you can do that with the raspi-config script btw)
[19:50] <atouk> yup, it's in there
[19:51] <ponA> argh, i am sorry :D
[19:52] <atouk> verwenden Raspi-config in Ihr Dateisystem erweitern (translation via google)
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[20:03] <StathisA> so what cloud drive (skydrive,dropbox,gdrive etc) has an arm client to install on Pi?
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[20:09] <Jusii> don't know, but box.com can be mounted with davfs
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[20:14] <StathisA> never had an account there..:-S
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[20:20] <Koopz> can someone help me out here?... Berryboot doesn't detect any of my USB drives... not my stick and not my external 2,5" hdd
[20:20] <Koopz> both on a externally powered usb hub
[20:21] <Koopz> they both work though after i've booted raspbian...
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[20:25] <HSObsession> Hello
[20:25] <Koopz> humm...
[20:25] <Koopz> i wonder if i need to format my usb drive in order to let berryboot detect it...
[20:26] <Sonny_Jim> What's berryboot?
[20:26] <Koopz> a multiboot-OS
[20:27] <Koopz> so you can have multiple OS installed... but i can't access my usb drive to install custom images
[20:30] <HSObsession> Guys, what's in your opinion the best OS for the Pi?
[20:31] <shiftplusone> any
[20:31] <shiftplusone> any linux one anyway.
[20:31] <pksato> have only realy usable, Linux. :)
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[20:31] <pksato> but, I dont know port stage of BSDs.
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[20:34] <pksato> HSObsession: for general propose, pidora, arch, raspbian, etc are fine. If use as media center, openelec or raspbmc.
[20:35] <shiftplusone> not sure I would put pidora in there, unless you're a fedora fan.
[20:36] <HSObsession> I am, but I want a light wieght and supported distro
[20:36] <pksato> and have, some Ububtu and slackware variants to RPi.
[20:36] <Sonny_Jim> RISCOS is supposed to be fairly cool
[20:36] <shiftplusone> What you run makes much more of a difference than which distro you run.
[20:36] <shiftplusone> So really... any.
[20:36] <theaftermath> can confirm its cool but its a learning curve
[20:37] <shiftplusone> RISCOS? Utterly pointless >_<
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[20:37] <theaftermath> it is pointless. But its lightening fast on the pi.
[20:37] <Sonny_Jim> It was always quick
[20:37] <shiftplusone> Sure, if you don't need an OS that does anything.
[20:38] <Sonny_Jim> Ah come on now, you can do something
[20:38] <shiftplusone> May as well unplug the pi and enjoy the lightning fast speed =D
[20:38] <Sonny_Jim> like hide files inside of icons
[20:38] <theaftermath> I'm pretty sure its capable of a lot of things
[20:38] <HSObsession> actually I don't want to use much programs on it, it only a development machine for me, so I want a light wieght distro to learn Linux OS and python
[20:38] <theaftermath> don't use riscos
[20:38] <theaftermath> bahaha
[20:38] <shiftplusone> HSObsession, I vote for ArchLinux, but it REALLY does not matter what you choose.
[20:39] <pksato> HSObsession: Hardware is the big limiting. All OS have similar performance.
[20:39] <theaftermath> yes arch if your comfortable with a command line.
[20:39] <HSObsession> agree guys
[20:40] <HSObsession> is Arch based on Redhat or Debian?
[20:40] <pksato> I think, raspbian have more support.
[20:40] <shiftplusone> No
[20:40] <theaftermath> arch is not based on anything
[20:41] <shiftplusone> Arch is based on Arch (though inspired by Crux?)
[20:41] <theaftermath> raspbian is much more user freindly
[20:41] <HSObsession> hmmm
[20:41] <shiftplusone> nonsense
[20:42] <HSObsession> maybe I should use raspbiain
[20:42] <theaftermath> and is what I personally use. I clock to 1ghz and its fast enough since I mostly use ssh anyway. Plus so many packages are available and I couldn't get my wifi adapter to work in arch because of a lack of no-how.
[20:43] <HSObsession> so how did you guys learn how to use Linux on a high level?
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[20:43] <theaftermath> what do you mean?
[20:43] <chithead> by installing gentoo
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[20:43] <shiftplusone> gentoo (not a recommendation for a pi)
[20:43] <HSObsession> I mean I know how to use basic Linux commands, but yet I don't feel confident when using Linux compared to Windows
[20:44] <theaftermath> first time I ran linux was a virtual machine configured to run a custom linux distro for compiling rockbox. Then ubuntu in a virtual machine, then I installed it.
[20:44] <HSObsession> so how did you guys learn how to use Linux?
[20:44] <Jusii> by using it
[20:44] <shiftplusone> I felt like linux was an awkward version of windows before installing gentoo.
[20:44] <theaftermath> trial and error and google. I didn't know how to cd into a directory on that first virtual machine
[20:44] <Jusii> for almost everything
[20:44] <HSObsession> so what resources did you use?
[20:44] <pksato> HSObsession: Modern Linux have a powerfull graphics interface. On fast machines like PCs/MACs.
[20:45] <shiftplusone> So yeah, I would highly recommend installing it on your PC.
[20:45] <theaftermath> resources are google.
[20:45] <HSObsession> Did you read any book about it?
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[20:45] <HSObsession> or just Google?
[20:45] <Jusii> altavista :)
[20:45] <pksato> But, RPi is a slow machinne. and need a limted GUI.
[20:45] <Jusii> there was no google back then!
[20:46] <HSObsession> back then?!!!
[20:46] <theaftermath> no books. just google whenever I needed to know how to do something. But I also made sure that I had a grasp on what the online tutorials told me to do so that I actually learned.
[20:46] <theaftermath> what is altvista?
[20:46] <Jusii> ooo, the 90's
[20:46] <zoldyck> it's pre-Google
[20:47] <zoldyck> still in operation I think
[20:47] <pksato> books? Unix bible? :)
[20:47] <theaftermath> nope shut-down on july 8, 2013 according to wikipedia
[20:47] <HSObsession> pksato: yes something like that :)
[20:47] <AHammar> y alta vista shut down this summer :(
[20:48] <theaftermath> in 1998 the servers had a total combined ram of 130GB and 500GB of hard disk space
[20:48] <HSObsession> so what r u guys using your Pis for?
[20:48] <HSObsession> that was way be4 I was born.. just kidding :p
[20:48] <pksato> HSObsession: you need to lean about bash (shell interpleter) commands, and usual unix tools like cat, grep, etc...
[20:49] <theaftermath> robotics, webserver
[20:49] <HSObsession> pksato: any recommended resources?
[20:49] <AHammar> HSObsession, 1 for media streaming and one for home automation.
[20:49] <theaftermath> AHammar what can your home automation do?
[20:49] <theaftermath> and how does it do it?
[20:49] <pksato> HSObsession: no. or. books like "linux for dummies"
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[20:50] <AHammar> Turn off and on lights through rf light switches and also measures the soil moisture in my small herb garden through an arduino :)
[20:51] <theaftermath> That is sweet. What is an rf switch? a radio controlled switch?
[20:51] <HSObsession> pksato: so to sum it up, what you mean is to get the basics online, then I can use Google to learn much advanced stuff when needed, right?
[20:51] <AHammar> Yes, 433mhz radio
[20:51] <pksato> HSObsession: start here http://www.tldp.org/
[20:51] <theaftermath> Ah I see. Can you control the house from another network? or is it just at home?
[20:51] <johnc-> AHammar: does it auto water when the moisture is too low?
[20:52] <johnc-> that would be cool
[20:52] <pksato> if choose raspbian http://www.debian.org/doc/
[20:52] <HSObsession> pksato: thanks bro
[20:52] <Koopz> ARGH! so i really had to format my drive to FAT32 in order to make Berryboot detect it! >_<
[20:52] <AHammar> johnc-, that would be the next step. I have a small pump but I haven't connected it yet..or figured out exactly how it should work
[20:53] <AHammar> theaftermath, I only control it from local wifi. Feels like it is good enough :)
[20:54] <HSObsession> guys this bring another good question, how can you connect to your Pi using another network?
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[20:54] <theaftermath> That's so cool now I want to make my own home automation.
[20:54] <AHammar> HSObsession, you can ssh into it just like any other linux machine
[20:54] <HSObsession> thanks guys for your help for the OS thing
[20:54] <pksato> http://www.digilife.be/quickreferences/quickrefs.htm
[20:54] <theaftermath> you configure your router to port forward a certain port to your pi. That way when you connect to your external ip with that port and the router will direct you right to the pi.
[20:55] <theaftermath> so for ssh you would forward port 22 and then connect with putty
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[20:56] <Sonny_Jim> But obviously you pick a different port than the default
[20:56] <Sonny_Jim> To stop people port scanning you
[20:56] <Sonny_Jim> It's a small layer of security
[20:56] <theaftermath> as somebody who has scanned in the past. yes, yes you do
[20:57] <Sonny_Jim> Pick a high one if you can
[20:57] <theaftermath> though you would be surprised at the number of servers who do use default ports
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[20:58] <HSObsession> but how, I mean when I ssh into it from my pc, I use this ip (for example) 192.168.1.25, I know this ip is the internal one, how do I get the ip that I can connect to from other network?
[20:59] <HSObsession> pksato: thanks bro, useful resource
[20:59] <AHammar> You need to get your external ip, which you probably can find in your router status
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[21:00] <theaftermath> https://www.google.com/#q=what+is+my+ip
[21:00] <HSObsession> Thanks guys
[21:00] <theaftermath> but also make sure you forward the port you are sshing into
[21:01] <pksato> for dinamic ips, use services like no-ip.org
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[21:01] <HSObsession> to my knowledge, there are static IPs and Dynamic IPs, who do I know if my ip is static or dynamic?
[21:01] <atouk> probobly dynamic, but you'd be suprised how long it stays teh same
[21:02] <atouk> went 4 years on teh same ip
[21:02] <Koopz> i wonder if i can boot any image on a vm..
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[21:02] <HSObsession> aha great ..
[21:03] <pksato> for static ip, need do pay to most ISPs.
[21:03] <atouk> yup the expensive option that costs them nothing
[21:03] <theaftermath> try rebooting your modem. if it changes you have dynamic. if it stays the same there's a chance its static
[21:03] <theaftermath> it usually costs extra
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[21:04] <HSObsession> hmmm
[21:04] <HSObsession> thanks guys
[21:04] <HSObsession> I really can't thank you enough for your support
[21:04] <HSObsession> and help
[21:04] <atouk> even at that, you may have to be disconnected for 24h for a new IP to get assigned to yoru modem
[21:04] <AHammar> Can you not make the pi host dynamic DNS though? So even if the ip changes you can find it anywhere through the domain name? :)
[21:05] <theaftermath> I have verizon and i just did it the other day and my address changed
[21:05] <HSObsession> I used to enter fedora IRC, and all the people start calling me noob, and no one answers my question
[21:05] <HSObsession> questions*
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[21:06] <theaftermath> welcome to the world of pi HSObsession we're a freindly bunch
[21:06] <HSObsession> so thank you guys sinserely ..
[21:06] <theaftermath> has anyone used this http://freedns.afraid.org/
[21:06] <AHammar> theaftermath, I haven
[21:07] <AHammar> 't however this one I use
[21:07] <AHammar> http://duckdns.org/
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[21:07] <asyx> hi
[21:07] <AHammar> It seems a bit slow though sometimes
[21:08] <asyx> what webserver should I use on a raspberry pi? is apache too much?
[21:08] <theaftermath> ah ok. I'm looking up to making my server public soon and I was just poking around
[21:08] <chithead> depends on whether you need some function of apache that other web servers don't provide
[21:08] <theaftermath> asyx depends on what modules you have enabled
[21:09] <asyx> i only need php and the possibility to let the webserver run on whatever port i want
[21:09] <asyx> should be pretty standard
[21:09] <pksato> php? the resource eater?
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[21:09] <chithead> lighttpd or nginx might fit the bill too
[21:09] <asyx> thank you
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[21:11] <Nefarious___> lighttpd is a lot better on the pi than Apache, I find anyway..
[21:11] <asyx> thanks
[21:12] <rikkib> Often web servers need data bases as well
[21:12] <Nefarious___> SQLAlchemy with Flask works for me
[21:12] <rikkib> Personally I use apache2
[21:13] <Nefarious___> or MySQL if you need cross network compatibility
[21:13] <rikkib> Mysql here
[21:13] <rikkib> and Fat Free Framework
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[21:16] <Koopz> anyone using Berryboot?...
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[21:23] <bahamas10> anybody using cec or cec-client on raspbian?
[21:23] <bahamas10> (without xbmc)
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[21:26] <theaftermath> bahamas10 nope but what is it supposed to do?
[21:27] <bahamas10> it allows you to control your tv or HDMI (turn it on, off, change volume etc.) but it also allows your TV to send commands to your pi (up button, select, play, pause, etc.)
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[21:27] <bahamas10> i want to, in linux, be able to capture these events (select, play, pause, etc.) and run scripts when they are detected
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[21:27] <theaftermath> oh I see. I haven't used it, couldn't get it to work in xbmc either. must be my tv
[21:28] <theaftermath> I don't see why it wouldn't work though
[21:28] <bahamas10> it's pretty cool, it works in raspbmc no problem, i just don't know how
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[21:29] <bahamas10> i'm asking in #raspbmc to see if anyone can point me to the source... ideally there'd just be a /dev/hdmi device i can read from or something
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[21:29] <IT_Sean> bahamas10: I know CEC is natevly supported in the latest build of OpenELEC
[21:30] <IT_Sean> theaftermath: if your TV doesn't support it, it won't work.
[21:30] <IT_Sean> It needs to be supported by BOTH devices, theaftermath.
[21:31] <bahamas10> IT_Sean: openelec is xbmc as well correct? i can get it to work in XBMC, i just want it to work outside of XBMC (just in raspbian)
[21:31] <theaftermath> Yes, I know that. I didn't fuss with it very much though I couldve been doing something wrong.
[21:31] <sraue> you should ask in #xbmc or #pulse-eight ... its nothing what any raspbmc dev has developed, its developed by the XBMC developers - sources you find here: https://github.com/Pulse-Eight/libcec
[21:31] <bahamas10> i thought for sure there'd be a linux daemon or something to tie into thank
[21:32] <bahamas10> thanks sraue i'll check out those channels, i've got libcec compiled but it won't let me monitor for media buttons, only for tv state changes (ie. from on to standby, etc.)
[21:33] <sraue> also https://github.com/olajep/rpi-cecd its a old tool to support cec on rpi (only)
[21:33] <bahamas10> sraue: i believe the newest cecd incorporates the RPI changes into the latest build
[21:34] <bahamas10> i'm heading out now, thanks everyone. If i get anything working i'll let you know
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[21:34] <sraue> yes but rpi-cecd is maybe a bit better to understand and simpler, because its for rpi only, while libcec is for more devices
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[22:44] <kortana> good night. does any body known a good kernel compile tutorial, i'm trying to compile the kernel directly in the pi! but i'm getting the following error: net/ipv4/netfilter/ipt_ECN.c:20:42: fatal error: linux/netfilter_ipv4/ipt_ECN.h: No such file or directory
[22:44] <kortana> i fetched the source from git@github.com:raspberrypi/linux.git and i'm using the stable branch (rpi-3.6.y)
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[23:42] <TheNotary> I'm about to connect GPIO 3 to GND with a wire using this diagram http://www.cl.cam.ac.uk/projects/raspberrypi/tutorials/turing-machine/pi_gpio.jpg This is normal and ok, right? I'm starting to play around with wiringpi and am building an app to monitor when the GIOPs are tripped
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[23:44] <__0x57__> hi is this channel for support as it is not the official one ?
[23:44] <__0x57__> having some trouble with my pi
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[23:45] <ShorTie> like what ??
[23:46] <ShorTie> TheNotary, why 4 you want to short out the gpio pin ??
[23:46] <__0x57__> well i have bought a 4.3 TFT display for my pi, and i have seen people online mention they have same and it works for them, but for me i cant get it to turn on. I have connected the composite lead to pi and power but nothing
[23:46] <__0x57__> HDMI works fine, but the other video port doesnt
[23:46] <__0x57__> wondering if there are any settings i need to change on pi maybe in the config.txt
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[23:47] <ShorTie> do you just have the tft hooked up or both ??
[23:47] <TheNotary> ShorTie: To simulate as thought it's connected to a magnetic door security sensor
[23:47] <__0x57__> at the moment both but i have tried bioth each on there own with seperate reboots etc
[23:47] <__0x57__> the video cable, it is a r/w/y <-> r/w/y
[23:48] <__0x57__> is that ok ? just connecting the yellow to yellow
[23:48] <__0x57__> and leaving the white with nothign plugged in
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[23:49] <ShorTie> ya, shut down then restart rPi maybe, with just compost hooked up
[23:49] <__0x57__> iv tried that
[23:49] <ShorTie> hmmm, raspbian or some other os ??
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[23:50] <__0x57__> raspbian yeah
[23:50] <__0x57__> i even did it with the "NOOB" settings or whatever its called
[23:50] <__0x57__> and it filels up your ocnfig.txt
[23:50] <ShorTie> back light come on when tft pluged in ??
[23:50] <__0x57__> thats why im wondering if that has effed it up
[23:50] <__0x57__> and there is no light :P
[23:50] <__0x57__> it says that nothign happens on the screen even when its powered, until the pi has turned on
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[23:51] <ShorTie> mine lights up when plugged in
[23:51] <ShorTie> got a link to it maybe ??
[23:51] <__0x57__> so i should see the boot up lines but i dont, however, the resolution of the pi seems to change to that of the TFT, because when i then plug in HDMI afterwards, it has gone to the crappy res of the small screen, when usually it is quite high res, so i think its detecting it , and maybe even setting up the res for the tft screen ?
[23:52] <__0x57__> http://www.amazon.co.uk/Monitor-Support-Resolution-Rear-view-Automobile/dp/B006MPRFJQ/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1381621776&sr=8-2&keywords=4.3+inch+TFT-LCD
[23:52] <ShorTie> TheNotary, may not be the best idea to ground out the pin
[23:52] <ShorTie> looks about the same as mine
[23:52] <__0x57__> first comment someone saying it works fine :/ and I have a male <-> male yellow comp plugged in
[23:53] <TheNotary> is another way to interface my raspberry pi to one of those magnetic door sensors?
[23:53] <__0x57__> i mean all i can think of is the screen broke, is the cable broke, is the cable wrong because it has r/w/y, is the charger d/c broken
[23:53] <ShorTie> and the power going in the red lead ??
[23:53] <__0x57__> yeah
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[23:53] <__0x57__> 12v 1A
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[23:55] <ShorTie> TheNotary, not real sure, but i would think you need some kind of current limiting resistor in there
[23:56] <ShorTie> i'd check the power source real quick if you do not see a back light when plugged in
[23:57] <ShorTie> any thing >= 9v is ok i believe
[23:58] <ShorTie> it gets cut down to 5v inside so it needs more on the outside
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