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IRC Log for 2013-10-18

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[0:16] <Kake_Fisk> Yay, amazon couldn't ship half the items :D
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[0:16] <Kake_Fisk> Not even the raspberry pi
[0:18] <Playa4Life> where are you from Kake_Fisk?
[0:18] <Kake_Fisk> Norway
[0:18] <Playa4Life> PM?
[0:18] <Kake_Fisk> sure
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[0:51] <Kake_Fisk> FTP or UTP cat cable for home use?
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[0:58] <wornwinter> hey
[0:58] <wornwinter> Quick question. I just got my pi today, and I was wondering if I can plug an Xbox 360 wired controller into it safely?
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[0:59] <wornwinter> I'm not sure about the current draw of it, so I'm unsure of doing it
[0:59] <wornwinter> I have a 700mA power supply
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[1:04] <pksato> safe is. but. if work, dont knoew.
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[1:09] <Kake_Fisk> I've always wondered if it is safe to plug anything into anything
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[1:14] <rikkib> Hmmm don't know what to think of that
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[1:18] <Kake_Fisk> Not sure whether to buy starter kit or just plain rpi
[1:18] <shiftplusone> plain pi
[1:18] <shiftplusone> unless the kit is somehow cheaper
[1:18] <Kake_Fisk> I really want a case and I get some nice content like sd card and hdmi
[1:19] <Kake_Fisk> Is hdmi small or normal hdmi by the way?
[1:19] <shiftplusone> normal
[1:19] <Kake_Fisk> oh
[1:19] <Kake_Fisk> Then the only things I really want, but not need at all is case and sd card :p
[1:20] <Kake_Fisk> Maybe I should save the money and buy plain. I'm a student after all :p
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[1:23] <Kake_Fisk> This case looks so wonderful http://thepihut.com/products/berryblack-raspberry-pi-case
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[1:34] <Playa4Life> If your going to overclock, there is a few heat zink kits out there, som sell cases with fans, and there is even some cases where the case is a big heatzink...
[1:34] <shiftplusone> no, those are plain rip-offs
[1:35] <Kake_Fisk> I'm most likely not going to overclock
[1:35] <Kake_Fisk> Maybe I can make my own case in wood or something ^^
[1:35] <Kake_Fisk> Or cardboard
[1:35] <sney> I made one out of a plastic case from some other thing
[1:36] <Kake_Fisk> I guess I generally don't want so much dust on the components?
[1:36] <sney> just dremeled out some holes for the cables and used a pair of drywall anchors to hold the pi in place
[1:36] <SpeedEvil> Kake_Fisk: that, and stuff falling on it
[1:36] <Kake_Fisk> ^^
[1:36] <Kake_Fisk> I have a safe place to keep it, so stuff won't fall on it :)
[1:36] <Playa4Life> sure you can ;) there is a lot of ideas for home made cases if you google it. I love the lego once :D
[1:36] <Kake_Fisk> :D
[1:37] <Kake_Fisk> I'm pretty sure I've decided for a plain rpi then
[1:37] <Kake_Fisk> Problem is just internet access
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[1:37] <Kake_Fisk> I don't have ethernet access on my router and I don't have a wifi adapter
[1:38] <Playa4Life> just remember to use a good PSU ;)
[1:38] <Kake_Fisk> Those they sell specifically for the pi is often just 1 or 1.5 A
[1:38] <Kake_Fisk> Mine is 2
[1:38] <Kake_Fisk> That can't possibly be bad?
[1:39] <Playa4Life> do you have an old wifi bridge, game adapter, or access point that you could set up as a wifi client?
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[1:39] <sney> https://lh4.googleusercontent.com/-q7isDwEUWkQ/UdTIoZWukKI/AAAAAAAAALI/qvvMi30qU24/w702-h527-no/2013+-+2 my case. pretty basic, but I finished it in about half an hour or so
[1:40] <Playa4Life> 2A should be more than enough, only problem could be if there is a ripple on the current (read: cheap china crap)
[1:40] <Kake_Fisk> I see
[1:40] <Kake_Fisk> sney: Looks like a food container or something ^^
[1:41] <sney> mine runs off a 600mA alcatel brick, but I'm not powering anything off the usb ports, not even a mouse
[1:41] <Kake_Fisk> I don't need to power anything thing else than maybe a wifi adapter
[1:41] <Kake_Fisk> I might have to buy one
[1:42] <Kake_Fisk> Amazon won't sell me one though :|
[1:42] <Kake_Fisk> I have to pay double price in norway :|
[1:42] <sney> you said you're a student, are you at an engineering school? I bet if you ask around you might find a wifi dongle that someone doesn't want anymore. like one that only does 802.11g instead of a faster standard
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[1:43] <sney> older hardware is sometimes supported better anyway. win-win
[1:43] <Kake_Fisk> Yeah, somebody should probably have one
[1:45] <Kake_Fisk> Would I survive on 2GB SD card?
[1:45] <Kake_Fisk> How much space does the os take?
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[1:45] <sney> 2GB is fine
[1:45] <sney> one of the netinstall variants fits on 512M
[1:45] <shiftplusone> depends on what you want to run
[1:46] <Kake_Fisk> I want to run a webserver with php and apache
[1:46] <shiftplusone> yeah
[1:46] <sney> it's also fairly wise to keep important files (such as /home or /var) on a separate usb volume. sd cards are not super reliable
[1:46] <shiftplusone> though apache might not be a good choice
[1:46] <Kake_Fisk> If cherokee works just as fine, I'm okay
[1:46] <sney> I'd worry more about php's performance than apache. especially if it's low traffic
[1:47] <Kake_Fisk> I love PHP, but are there any faster alternatives?
[1:47] <Kake_Fisk> Isn't the rpi quite fast as well?
[1:47] <sney> just be careful with your code, is all
[1:47] <shiftplusone> I don't think it's PHP itself that is slow, but what people do with it.
[1:47] <Kake_Fisk> hehe
[1:48] <sney> the rpi is fairly quick but you need to remember that all of the i/o goes over a single usb 2.0 bus. so if you have some nutbar thing that is constantly doing database and file access, it's going to crawl
[1:48] <Kake_Fisk> yeah, okay
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[1:48] <Kake_Fisk> I'm mostly just going to use it to upload and download maps of the size of a few bytes
[1:49] <Kake_Fisk> Stores in a database
[1:49] <Kake_Fisk> stored*
[1:49] <Kake_Fisk> games maps, that is
[1:50] <sney> a few bytes? must be a small game. a MUD or something?
[1:50] <Kake_Fisk> A tile based puzzle game
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[1:51] <Kake_Fisk> That I made myself :)
[1:52] <Kake_Fisk> I wonder what fun you can do with the GPIO
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[1:55] <Kake_Fisk> I would love to make a led light turn on programatically ^^
[1:55] <shiftplusone> sney, are you into MUDs? >.>
[1:57] <sney> I'm not, it's just the only thing I could think of offhand that would be really small
[1:57] <shiftplusone> ah
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[1:58] <shiftplusone> I never got the point of them, but recently got addicted to one.
[1:58] <sney> I've heard that happens
[1:59] <Kake_Fisk> Does the raspberry pi B come with gpio pins ready to use? Or do you need something to start using them?
[1:59] <shiftplusone> Kake_Fisk, ready to use.
[1:59] <Kake_Fisk> ah, thanks
[1:59] <shiftplusone> There are a few which aren't exposed, but chances are that the 17(?) that are there are enough
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[2:00] <Kake_Fisk> yeah. I just want to make a led light turn on as a starter
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[2:01] <shiftplusone> One of those wheel things that display stuff?
[2:01] <Kake_Fisk> No, just a single red light
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[2:01] <Kake_Fisk> that I can turn on by running a program
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[2:01] <shiftplusone> oh.... >_< "turn on" as in... yeah ok, got it
[2:02] <shiftplusone> I thought you meant turn on as in spin for some reason
[2:02] <Kake_Fisk> hehe
[2:02] <shiftplusone> thought it was a bit odd
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[2:02] <Kake_Fisk> I guess I need one of those boards to solder my led light to
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[2:29] <Kake_Fisk> I don't want ribon cables. What are non-ribbon cables called?
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[2:33] <ShorTie> wires
[2:34] <Kake_Fisk> I figured it out, it was called jumper
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[2:37] <Kake_Fisk> Should I get a heatsink or is it just waste of money?
[2:39] <SpeedEvil> Waste of money, potentially harmful.
[2:39] <Kake_Fisk> oh
[2:39] <SpeedEvil> If your operating temperature - the case temp - exceeds 45C or so - you might consider the tiniest fan.
[2:40] <Kake_Fisk> ah
[2:40] <SpeedEvil> www.ebay.com/itm/Raspberry_pi_fan/281013998769
[2:40] <Kake_Fisk> That is something I can not afford :)
[2:41] <SpeedEvil> Essentially any fan will work - you can't get one too small
[2:41] <Kake_Fisk> aight
[2:42] <SpeedEvil> And that's only if the case is hot
[2:42] <Kake_Fisk> By the case, do you mean the case?
[2:42] <SpeedEvil> I mean the air inside the case
[2:43] <Kake_Fisk> ah
[2:43] <Kake_Fisk> Is it a bad idea to have a case like this? Because of bad air conditioning? http://thepihut.com/products/berryblack-raspberry-pi-case
[2:44] <SpeedEvil> If it's in a normal room environment - no
[2:44] <SpeedEvil> If it's in a cupboard at 45C, yes
[2:44] <Kake_Fisk> Ah, okay :)
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[2:45] <Kake_Fisk> It's most likely going to be placed in an open shelf under my desk
[2:47] <Kake_Fisk> Thanks for the help everybody, I do now know exactly what to buy
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[3:45] <dheeraj> Hiii alll
[3:46] <dheeraj> I want to send file to Rpi ..
[3:46] <dheeraj> via ssh how can i...??
[3:46] <shiftplusone> from windows?
[3:46] <dheeraj> shiftplusone: no linux
[3:46] <pksato> scp
[3:47] <shiftplusone> ^
[3:47] <pksato> or sshftp or sshfs
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[3:47] <dheeraj> I read about scp
[3:47] <shiftplusone> rsync is also great in some scenarios, but if you're only copying one file, scp is fine.
[3:47] <dheeraj> but coudnt do it,.. :/
[3:48] <shiftplusone> what did you try?
[3:48] <dheeraj> scp PATH (local) user@Host PATH (remote)
[3:48] <dheeraj> like thhis..
[3:48] <pksato> no
[3:48] <shiftplusone> and what was the error?
[3:49] <pksato> scp localfile user@host:
[3:49] <pksato> or
[3:49] <pksato> scp localfile user@host:other_place
[3:49] <pksato> othername
[3:49] <dheeraj> pksato: second one
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[3:50] <dheeraj> here i am confused in user@host
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[3:50] <dheeraj> i wrote pi@raspberry
[3:51] <dheeraj> is that right..??
[3:51] <pksato> send to pi?
[3:51] <shiftplusone> yeah, if your router knows how to find it
[3:51] <dheeraj> i am not using router
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[3:51] <dheeraj> I am using an ethernet cable
[3:51] <shiftplusone> something like scp pi@raspberrypi:/home/pi/importantfile ./
[3:51] <shiftplusone> just in case, use the ip
[3:51] <pksato> scp fileA pi@192.168.3.14:/tmp/fileB
[3:52] <dheeraj> Ohkk..
[3:52] <dheeraj> let me try.. :)
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[3:59] <dheeraj> why this error comes..??
[3:59] <dheeraj> ssh: connect to host 192.168.3.14 port 22: Connection timed out
[3:59] <shiftplusone> you're having network trouble there.
[4:00] <dheeraj> yesterday it was working fine
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[4:04] <pksato> o_O
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[4:39] <dheeraj> I want to install bluez on raspberry pi
[4:39] <dheeraj> but i dont hav internet connection
[4:39] <dheeraj> any one here using bluetooth on Rpi..
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[4:46] <dheeraj> I want to run internet and i am connected to ethernet
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[4:48] <dheeraj> pksato: are you there..??
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[4:53] <dheeraj> hellooo
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[4:56] <dheeraj> Hii alll
[4:58] <dheeraj> i cant apt-get install blueman
[4:58] <dheeraj> can you tell me how do i connect internet
[4:58] <dheeraj> via ssh
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[5:06] <debenham> you can't install extra apps without a net connection
[5:07] <debenham> How are you accessing the PI?
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[5:15] <dheeraj> debenham: i want to use my BT dongle
[5:16] <dheeraj> what files do i need on Rpi for accessing BT
[5:16] <dheeraj> ??
[5:16] <dheeraj> debenham: I had connected pi via ethernet cable to my laptop
[5:16] <debenham> you need to install the bluetooth packages - which you will need a net connection for
[5:17] <debenham> in that case you will need to share your internet connection from your laptop to the PI
[5:17] <dheeraj> I am using Usb dongle for internet
[5:17] <debenham> how to do that will depend on the OS - but generally there is some "connection sharing" option in your network settings
[5:17] <dheeraj> How can i share..??
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[5:17] <debenham> how to do that will depend on the OS - but generally there is some "connection sharing" option in your network settings
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[5:18] <dheeraj> I am using linux..
[5:19] <dheeraj> and also i am not using router
[5:19] <dheeraj> :/
[5:19] <debenham> Doesn't matter - you can still share your laptops internet connection via the ethernet cable
[5:20] <debenham> which Linux distribution are you using?
[5:20] <dheeraj> But How..??
[5:20] <dheeraj> Ubuntu
[5:20] <dheeraj> and raspbian on Rpi
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[5:21] <debenham> http://askubuntu.com/questions/3063/share-wireless-connection-with-wired-ethernet-port
[5:21] <debenham> First link when searching for "share internet connection over ethernet on ubuntu"
[5:22] <Triffid_Hunter> dheeraj: echo 1 > /proc/sys/net/ipv4/ip_forward; iptables -t nat -A POSTROUTING -o <the interface you use to access the internet> -j MASQUERADE, then on the rpi, ip route add default via <ip address of laptop's rpi facing interface, probably 169.254..>; echo nameserver 4.2.2.1 >> /etc/resolv.conf
[5:22] <Triffid_Hunter> then your rpi should be online
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[5:23] <Triffid_Hunter> for extra points, set up dhcpd on your laptop instead of setting route and nameserver manually
[5:24] <debenham> Or just follow that link and press the 4 or 5 buttons needed to share the connection
[5:25] <dheeraj> let me try.. :)
[5:28] <dheeraj> Triffid_Hunter: in RPi terminal do i need to write this
[5:29] <debenham> dheeraj: Did you try the link I posted?
[5:30] <debenham> It is very, very simple: Right click the network manager and click edit connections. The under Wired tab, Add a new connection. Under the IPV4 Setting tab, select "Shared to others" for Method.
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[5:31] <dheeraj> debenham: yes i did
[5:32] <debenham> and did it work?
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[5:33] <dheeraj> No..
[5:33] <dheeraj> it didnt worked
[5:33] <dheeraj> I had made a connection there
[5:33] <dheeraj> now do i put my cable out and plug it agai
[5:33] <dheeraj> ??
[5:33] <dheeraj> and as i connect to that connection pi disconnects
[5:34] <debenham> Did you select the correct connection for the wired net?
[5:36] <dheeraj> yes i had deleted all the connection and made only connection
[5:37] <dheeraj> i am on the terminal of Rpi
[5:37] <debenham> how are you connected to the terminal of the pi?
[5:38] <dheeraj> via ethernet cable
[5:38] <dheeraj> through SSH
[5:38] <debenham> are you ssh'ing to it? and if so what IP?
[5:39] <dheeraj> static ip
[5:39] <dheeraj> 192.168.3.14
[5:39] <debenham> What assigned it that IP?
[5:39] <dheeraj> i had assigned that ip
[5:39] <dheeraj> to Rpi
[5:39] <dheeraj> and a static ip to linux machine
[5:39] <debenham> If using internet connection sharing from your laptop it should be using DHCP to get the right IP
[5:39] <debenham> otherwise routing will not be correct
[5:40] <dheeraj> but i am using USB internet dongle
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[5:40] <dheeraj> not a router
[5:41] <debenham> That is providing internet (and IP) for the computer - not the PI
[5:41] <dheeraj> yes
[5:41] <debenham> Turning on connection sharing on the laptop basically turns the laptop into a router
[5:41] <dheeraj> ohkkk
[5:42] <dheeraj> I think that i shoul hav DHCP in my laptop
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[5:42] <debenham> The PI needs to be using dhcp
[5:42] <dheeraj> Ohkk
[5:43] <dheeraj> So now whats next..??
[5:43] <debenham> Follow the instructions on the page for your laptop
[5:43] <debenham> Tell the PI to use DHCP rather than forcing the static address like you said you are doing
[5:43] <dheeraj> yes
[5:44] <dheeraj> ohkk
[5:44] <dheeraj> Sorry I hav to go... :(
[5:44] <dheeraj> I will connect it soon
[5:45] <dheeraj> and thankss..
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[5:48] <ParkerR> Mmmm compiling on the Pi
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[7:09] <Ben64> is there any kind of real time 3d i can do
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[7:10] <Ben64> like make a cube, put a texture on it, gravity, collisions and whatnot
[7:10] <Ben64> i saw something like that before the pi came out, haven't been able to find it again
[7:12] <mgottschlag> the pi has a OpenGL-ES-GPU
[7:12] <mgottschlag> you can use anything from raw OpenGL ES to Qt SceneGraph-Applications or other OpenGL ES graphics engines
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[7:20] <Ben64> mgottschlag: well i'm not much of a programmer. is there something basic but cool i could demo?
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[7:27] <mgottschlag> no idea
[7:27] <mgottschlag> I think there were some Qt demos
[7:27] <mgottschlag> and there is always quake3 and its clones :D
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[8:15] <Syliss> idk if i want rasbmc or openelec
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[8:19] <alexOffice> hello who knows what this is for ?? http://www.seeedstudio.com/depot/-p-1298.html?cPath=156_160
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[8:21] <Azusa> Personally I prefer Raspmbc. Why not try both and choose your favourite.
[8:23] <Syliss> i have before, i have used all of the distros, I'm just lazy
[8:24] <Syliss> alexOffice its for moving fluids
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[8:25] <Syliss> Azusa, only sucky thing is i have the 256mb model b
[8:25] <Syliss> sucks that i got mine early last year
[8:25] <Azusa> I believe Raspmbc is becoming recognised as the official Xbmc raspberry pi version.
[8:25] <Syliss> thats good
[8:25] <Syliss> i may just install both with noobs
[8:26] <Syliss> i love how easy it is, since dd'ing was cumbersome
[8:26] <Syliss> drag n drop, boot n install
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[8:27] <Azusa> alexOffice: its a valve, you can use it like a tap.
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[8:29] <Azusa> I haven't really tried noobs yet. I'm not trying to dual boot anything though.
[8:29] <Azusa> I'm not even sure if you can do that with dd
[8:30] <Syliss> nope
[8:30] <Syliss> i have tried
[8:30] <Syliss> installing both now
[8:30] <Syliss> i love having my lapdock for my pi
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[8:31] <Syliss> best $60 I've spent in a while
[8:31] <Syliss> i really want to get an android stick for it
[8:31] <Syliss> or the chromecast
[8:31] <Syliss> at least the chromecast is the same price as the pi, just waiting for more features
[8:32] <Azusa> What is it, I don't think I've heard of a lapdock.
[8:32] <shiftplusone> Azusa, like a laptop without a motherboard.
[8:32] <Azusa> One of my friends got a chromecast, they seemed to really enjoy it.
[8:32] <shiftplusone> Azusa, originally to dock phones to, but there's a way to connect it to a pi.
[8:33] <Syliss> yep
[8:33] <Syliss> super easy too
[8:33] <Syliss> just need a few cables/adapters
[8:33] <shiftplusone> If you can butcher a few cables
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[8:33] <Azusa> Wow, that sounds really cool actually.
[8:34] <Syliss> give me a sec and ill take a pic of mine
[8:34] <shiftplusone> Just the cable https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/175702/lapdock%20cable.jpg
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[8:35] <Syliss> wow thats huge
[8:36] * shiftplusone sighs
[8:36] <shiftplusone> don't people use browsers that scale the image to fit?
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[8:36] <Syliss> http://imgur.com/lVzkcMU
[8:36] <Syliss> i mean the cable
[8:37] <shiftplusone> ah, righto
[8:37] <Syliss> mine is nice and short
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[8:37] <shiftplusone> I didn't want it to be attached like yours since I am paranoid it's too much force for that little connector
[8:37] <Syliss> I've had zero issues
[8:37] <shiftplusone> and it looks like you're using a laptop carry case or something to provide support?
[8:38] <Syliss> nope
[8:38] <Syliss> thats just behind it
[8:41] <Syliss> http://imgur.com/AjHlQrB
[8:41] <Syliss> http://imgur.com/AjHIQrB
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[8:42] <shiftplusone> nice
[8:43] <shiftplusone> I still prefer mine to rest on the table though. Better safe than sorry sort of deal.
[8:43] <Syliss> id rather it be in the air, less likely of a short
[8:43] <Syliss> plus i can pick it up and move it around easily
[8:44] <shiftplusone> Yeah, I am sure there are pros to doing it the wrong way.
[8:44] <shiftplusone> =P\
[8:44] <Syliss> meh
[8:44] <Syliss> I've used it in a lot of places
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[9:12] <kevke> Hi folks, I would like to know, if anyone is aware of a Digital Signage solution for the Pi, which features GPIO
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[9:16] <dheeraj_> I am connected via SSH to my linux machine by ethernet cable
[9:16] <dheeraj_> I want access internet on Rpi..
[9:16] <dheeraj_> How can i..??
[9:17] <kevke> Are you experienced with linux?
[9:18] <dheeraj_> kevke: No..
[9:19] <kevke> Hmm. this is going to take a while :-)
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[9:20] <kevke> This helped me back in the days. I don't know, if it still up to date in terms of preforming this on RPi but give it a shot! http://how-to.wikia.com/wiki/How_to_configure_internet_access_on_a_Linux-based_computer
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[11:07] <networkpadawan> anyone has a list of packages from raspbian that are safe to remove? just to put xbmc?
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[11:13] <tig|> networkpadawan: if you only want to run xbmc then you are probably better off with one of the premade xbmc distros that have done all the legwork on that already :) I think there are at least two of them
[11:14] <tig|> as they have done a load of optimisation work too
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[11:15] <networkpadawan> i tried it, but they rebrand the packages with other names/dependencies and I have other stuff there that crashes...
[11:15] <hifi> as I said to you on #raspbian (I hate cross-posting): install a minimal system and add xbmc packages on top of it
[11:16] <networkpadawan> i already built the xbmc deb package, now i wanted a clean raspbian without the guis
[11:16] <hifi> but what tig| said is probably true
[11:16] <hifi> https://github.com/hifi/raspbian-ua-netinst start from that then
[11:16] <networkpadawan> what do you mean with minimal system?
[11:17] <tig|> I think there is a minimal raspbian image out there already or there is one that someone on here had done
[11:17] <hifi> almost all minimal images themselves are badly made and/or outdated
[11:17] <tig|> networkpadawan: a minimal system is a distro that just has the bare essentials on it to boot to a commandline and install packages
[11:18] <hifi> there are a few exceptions when someone has used debootstrap to create the image on x86
[11:18] <networkpadawan> reading hifi git now thanks
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[11:27] <a7x> i noticed that now it's possible to overclock the RPI without affecting the warranty
[11:28] <a7x> did they fix the problems with SD cards and data loss while overclocking?
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[11:38] <ShorTie> data loss comes more from open files during power problems then over clocking i think
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[11:48] <lord4163> Someone here that have made a weather station of the rpi?
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[12:29] <mongrol> evenin
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[12:44] <Vialas> hi all
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[12:46] <lord4163> Vialas: Hello
[12:46] <Vialas> hi there lord4163
[12:46] <Vialas> how you going?
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[12:46] <lord4163> Vialas: Good :-)
[12:46] <Vialas> lord4163 thats great to hear
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[13:35] <Bozza> Oops was bidding on a wrong usb dongle on eBay
[13:35] <Bozza> 4 hours left. I hope someone outbids me
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[13:42] <kai> Bozza: otherwise you could still sell it on ebay ;)
[13:42] <Bozza> I suppose so yea
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[13:43] <Bozza> The dongle retails at 30€ .. It is second hand and 8€ right now
[13:43] * kai still is surprised how easy it was to use usb wifi
[13:43] <Bozza> Which USB wifi stick do you have?
[13:43] <kai> uhm, some edimax one that I got quite a while ago but never got around to using
[13:44] <Bozza> I am trying to order a 3G USB dongle.
[13:44] <Bozza> Yesterday I ordered a TP link with an external antenna
[13:45] <Bozza> It should have ap mode, monitor mode and injection
[13:45] <Bozza> My current one doesn't even support AP mode :(
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[13:46] <kai> EW-7811Un 802.11n Wireless Adapter [Realtek RTL8188CUS]
[13:46] <kai> but all I do with it is having it as a client in a WPA2 network
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[13:48] <Bozza> My current one is 8192cu... Those seem to have loads of problems on the pi
[13:48] <Bozza> Good for client mode though
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[13:51] <kai> still, to set it up all I had to do was to put a couple of lines into /etc/network/interfaces
[13:51] <kai> I remember the "fun" I had years back when I first started with usb wifi adapters
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[13:55] <Bozza> kai: oh yes I can imagine usb wifi sticks were very fun on Linux
[13:55] <Bozza> Or do you mean the fun things you could do with them?
[13:56] <kai> nah, I was mainly talking about having to scrape the firmware out of windows installers that you had to run in wine to extract them and all that
[13:57] <Bozza> Wow yes that sounds like quite an effort
[13:58] <Bozza> I am actually quite excited about the steam box. That will give us better hardware drivers
[13:58] <Bozza> At least for GPUs
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[14:16] <yehnan> Hello, I used 7805 and several AA rechargeable batteries to make portable power supply for rpi. After reading http://www.fanjita.org/serendipity/archives/60-Running-a-Raspberry-Pi-from-batteries.html , I'm going to buy a UBEC. Which brand do you recommend? Hobbywing, Eagle, Castle?
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[14:18] <Bozza> yehnan: that's quite interesting
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[14:18] <Bozza> yehnan: I am also interested in making a portable rechargeable rpi .. Let me know of you find good infos
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[14:19] <yehnan> Bozza: previously I used 7805 linear regulator. https://picasaweb.google.com/lh/photo/E9gJeFxCFhjqKISWKDbZ6ORaJ9TCMj4URynJ60rW7i0?feat=embedwebsite
[14:20] <yehnan> Bozza: https://picasaweb.google.com/lh/photo/oFuh1UFh7KfK3qXMMN_sLORaJ9TCMj4URynJ60rW7i0?feat=embedwebsite
[14:20] <Bozza> Maybe you can use something like a big cellphone battery?
[14:20] <Bozza> How was the battery life?
[14:22] <yehnan> Bozza: I have many AA rechargeable batteries, so ...want to reuse
[14:22] <Bozza> Fair enough!
[14:22] <Bozza> Did you get a lot of hours out of it?
[14:22] <Bozza> Or did it not work at all?
[14:22] <yehnan> Bozza: It did work. https://picasaweb.google.com/lh/photo/wclXNsaQhplZkJvzs3iSbeRaJ9TCMj4URynJ60rW7i0?feat=embedwebsite
[14:23] <yehnan> Bozza: I don't know about the battery life. Never test it.
[14:23] <Bozza> Sweet
[14:23] <Bozza> You should test it! That would be interesting
[14:23] <yehnan> Bozza: 7805 will become very hot. Efficiency of linear regulator is not good. So I want to change to UBEC.
[14:24] <yehnan> Bozza: http://www.fanjita.org/serendipity/archives/60-Running-a-Raspberry-Pi-from-batteries.html is useful.
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[14:26] <yehnan> Bozza: http://www.daveakerman.com/?page_id=1294 is also useful
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[14:28] <Bozza> This second link is really good yehnan
[14:28] <Bozza> Very useful info
[14:30] <yehnan> Bozza: welcome. Well, any recommendation of UBEC brands? Hobbywing, Eagle, Castle?
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[14:44] <ponA> hi, i am using DS18B20 temperature sensors
[14:44] <ponA> they work fine if i use modprobe w1-gpio and modprobe w1-therm
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[14:45] <ponA> but if i add the two lines to sudo /etc/modules the w1 modules aren't loaded on startup
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[14:53] <kevke> Hi folks, I would like to know, if anyone is aware of a Digital Signage solution for the Pi, which features GPIO
[14:54] <Romeo-> google = screenly
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[14:55] <Romeo-> http://elinux.org/RPi_Projects/Digital_Signage
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[15:15] <ponA> okay, my bad, i misread the tutorial
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[15:15] <ponA> you dont have to add "modprobe w1_gpio" to /etc/modules, "w1_gpio" is what should be added
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[15:58] <kevke> Screenly does not support gpio, i believe
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[16:12] <Jusii> for what you need gpio for
[16:12] <Jusii> i work for www.firstviewds.com
[16:13] <Jusii> and sorry it's not oss
[16:13] <kevke> Can I call you?
[16:14] <kevke> Thing is:
[16:15] <kevke> I'll have 6 VIds, playing in a loop, however, all 6 Vids shall be startable individually by a push of a button
[16:15] <Jusii> bad time just now, drop me an email and i'll get back to you?
[16:15] <Jusii> ah
[16:15] <kevke> or ,uch more 1 of six buttons
[16:16] <kevke> Button 1 starts, Vid1, button 3 starts Vid3... you get the picture
[16:16] <kevke> Something like : http://www.comm-tec.de/media/images/brightsign_BrightAuthor_Interactive.jpg
[16:17] <Jusii> yeah, have to say that's something we can't support easily.
[16:17] <kevke> The Buttons 0 - 5 represent GPIOs
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[16:21] <Jusii> we do have another player that supports touchscreen. ts support for our RPi is coming later. but no external button support
[16:22] <Jusii> touchscreen plus html5 would be our suggestion
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[16:28] <Peetz0r> Hi! I am trying to play video from a python script (http://paste2.org/K5NB2f8v) but when I run that it somehow spawns a lot of omxplayers, and not just one at a time
[16:30] <kevke> It seems, I am out of luck then :-)
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[16:33] <dheeraj_> Hii alll
[16:34] * invisiblek is now known as nooblek
[16:34] <dheeraj_> How can i connect internet to Rpi.. I m connected via SSH with my laptop
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[16:35] <dheeraj_> and i am using USB internet Dongle on my linux machine
[16:36] <[Saint]> Are you just going to keep making people answer the same question over and over again?
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[16:37] <dheeraj_> [Saint]: No, but i fails..
[16:37] <dheeraj_> :/
[16:38] <dheeraj_> I want to access BT over Rpi
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[16:39] <dheeraj_> For which i need pakages.. bluetooth bluez-utils blueman ,,
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[16:39] <dheeraj_> And ii dont hav Internet..
[16:40] <kevke> Interesting, he does not have internet, tho he is in this group... Magic
[16:40] <[Saint]> https://wiki.debian.org/BridgeNetworkConnections
[16:41] <[Saint]> literally the first hit for "debian, share internet over ethernet"
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[16:41] <[Saint]> I have also seen many other people link to similar guides that likely have exactly the same outcome.
[16:42] <dheeraj_> kevke: I dont have internet on Rpi
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[16:43] <kevke> Which distro are you using? I installed Raspbian today and it was online out of the box
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[16:44] <dheeraj_> Raspbian,,
[16:45] <[Saint]> sounds like you want an ssh tunnel, which again, has been suggested a few times.
[16:45] <[Saint]> SOmething like appenwarr's "sshuttle".
[16:45] <[Saint]> https://github.com/apenwarr/sshuttle/
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[16:46] <[Saint]> ...or just use a cat loopback cable and bridge the connection.
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[16:47] <dheeraj_> ok
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[16:52] <Peetz0r> Hi! I am trying to play video from a python script (http://paste2.org/K5NB2f8v) but when I run that it somehow spawns a lot of omxplayers, and not just one at a time
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[16:53] <Peetz0r> running top now shows more than 10 omxplayer.bin's, but I want only one at a time
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[17:06] <Peetz0r> I want to blank the screen (framebuffer,no X) from a python script
[17:06] <Peetz0r> howwould I do that?
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[17:58] <Peetz0r> okay, I found out how to blank the screenusing pygame
[17:59] <dheeraj__> [Saint]: I am bridging the network as u told me..
[17:59] <dheeraj__> But i am using USB internet Dongle for internet
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[18:26] <dheeraj> Is there any one..??
[18:26] <dheeraj> Please help me in connecting internet.. to Rpi
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[18:40] <lord4163> dheeraj: plug the cable?
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[18:46] <dheeraj> lord4163: its working now.. :)
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[18:47] <uhaul> =)
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[19:01] <lord4163> dheeraj: yay :)
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[19:13] <Bozza> (Dance Break) http://youtu.be/GbB8QjaogQE
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[19:14] <Encrypt> Meanwhile in Russia... :p
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[19:14] <Bozza> Haha yea :)
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[19:33] <GEEGEEGEE> hello
[19:33] <GEEGEEGEE> how much power does a raspberry pi draw with ethernet and a memory stick plugged in?
[19:34] <Encrypt> GEEGEEGEE, A maximum of 700mA
[19:34] <Encrypt> (@5V => 3,5W)
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[19:39] <ShorTie> they recomend a 1a supply
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[20:18] <Eren97> when i want to install android on rpi
[20:19] <Eren97> do i have to write the image on the sdcard or on a bootable deivce
[20:19] <Eren97> device
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[20:22] <michael`> what's the most lightweight distro I can run?
[20:22] <michael`> just for barebones linux
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[20:22] <ln-> linux kernel + sh
[20:22] <SpeedEvil> michael`: LFS
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[20:22] <Eren97> when i want to install android on rpi
[20:22] <Eren97> do i have to write the image on the sdcard or on a bootable deivce
[20:22] <SpeedEvil> And the most minimal subset of that would indeed be the kernel plus vi
[20:22] <SpeedEvil> or sh
[20:22] <SpeedEvil> or something
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[20:34] <GEEGEEGEE> Eren97, gentoo
[20:34] <Eren97> genwhat
[20:35] <GEEGEEGEE> http://www.gentoo.org/
[20:36] <Jusii> or kernel + busybox, but that's a bit in the extreme side
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[20:47] <Eren97> so
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[20:51] <Eren97> when i want to install android on rpi
[20:51] <Eren97> do i have to write the image on the sdcard or on a bootable deivce
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[20:57] <Jusii> sdcard is the only bootable device
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[21:04] <Eren97> Jusii
[21:04] <Eren97> do I need to format as logical or primary?
[21:05] <Jusii> all I know, RPi will boot from first primary fat32 partition
[21:05] <Eren97> btw it creats 4 partitions o.O
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[21:05] <Jusii> I have no idea about android on RPi
[21:05] <Eren97> when writing android on it
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[21:19] <Syliss> what is the smallest sd card one can use for usb boot?
[21:21] <Eren97> 4gb?
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[21:21] <Eren97> or depending on the dist?
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[21:23] <linuxstb> Syliss: The contents of my Raspbian's boot partition total 19MB…
[21:23] <Jusii> smallest you can find
[21:23] <Syliss> hmm
[21:24] <Syliss> i do have a 56mb microsd card that could work
[21:24] <Jusii> maybe 10MB
[21:24] <Jusii> firmware files are 2.5M, 'normal' kernel around 5M
[21:26] <Jusii> ah, sorry, that included my bloated initramfs
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[21:39] <steve_rox> i see they are going to relase a rpi cam with no IR filter
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[21:46] <Jusii> going?
[21:48] <Jusii> ah, wasn't in sale yet
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[21:51] <Syliss> huh, the cubox-i is a beefed up rpi clone
[21:52] <Sonny_Jim> The Pi isn't exactly original
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[21:53] <Syliss> the shape
[21:54] <Syliss> not the actual usage.
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[22:00] <davor> Syliss, it's very intentional apparently http://cubox-i.com/why-we-built-a-raspberrypi-compatible-computer/
[22:00] <Syliss> yeah i saw that
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[22:06] <Jusii> is there any info about pricing yet?
[22:07] <Syliss> i was seeing 45, but i doubt that
[22:07] <Syliss> as long as its cheaper then the android sticks, id be happy and buy one
[22:08] <GEEGEEGEE> has anything interesting happened with those chromekey things yet?
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[22:10] <Syliss> not yet, I've been waiting forever for something good to happen to them
[22:10] <Syliss> since they are easy to get now
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[22:20] <Jusii> hmm "Hi Matt and thank you for your feedback. did you notice that our CuBox-i1 price is $44.99 ?"
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[22:23] <Syliss> as long as i can power it with my moto lapdock, id be fine with that
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[22:31] <jda2000> Just installed the Oracle version of Java 7. Anybody have a link that will help me to get processing up and running?
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[22:32] <jda2000> Or can I just ignore this: Exception in thread "Animation Thread" java.lang.RuntimeException: Pixel operations are not supported on this device.
[22:33] <hid3> Hello everyone. Help needed. Looks like I got a faulty Raspberry Pi. My Raspberry Pi won't power up. It is brand new. When I connect the power cable, the ACT LED flashes 3 times, then keeps flashing 4 times in sequence. Red Power LED is solid on. Please help me :(
[22:33] <hid3> I get "No video signal" on my HDMI TV
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[22:34] <hid3> I have borrowed Raspberry Pi from a friend and tried it with the same SD card - it works flawlessly
[22:34] <hid3> Any ideas at where/how to start troubleshooting? Please help.
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[22:35] <jda2000> hid3, I'd check the cables and insure that the HDTV is powered up first.
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[22:35] <hid3> jda2000: AFAIK Rpi can boot without the TV and even keyboard/mouse. Mine does NOT boot up. And yes, the TV is always powered on
[22:36] <hid3> This is some kind of hardware fault I believe
[22:36] <hid3> I wonder if I lost my money or is there at least anything I can do about it
[22:36] <jda2000> hid3, If it has no peripherals, how do you know it's not up?
[22:37] <hid3> 1stly, the ACT LED does not seem to indicate activity. Just constant 4 flashes in a row sequence forever. 2ndly, it does not request nor get IP from my local DHCP. My friend's Rpi booted up and requested/got the IP
[22:37] <Tachyon`> you have tried flashing the card with the latest image from the foundatino website?
[22:37] <hid3> also, No video signal on TV
[22:38] <hid3> and no "ethernet" LEDs show up
[22:38] <hid3> this is how I know
[22:38] <jda2000> hid3, So, the first cable you check it the ethernet cable.
[22:38] <hid3> Tachyon`: yes. It is the latest version. SHA1 sum verified, matches. I've written it properly. The exactly same image/SD card works perfect on friends Pri
[22:38] <jda2000> s/it/is/
[22:38] <Tachyon`> ah, okay, was just checking in case your friend had an older one and it was a supplied with teh pi version
[22:39] <hid3> jda2000: The ethernet cable is Okay. I've tried several of them with the same result
[22:39] <Tachyon`> as those have been known to be wrong
[22:39] <Tachyon`> bu tno, that does sound liek a hardware fault then
[22:39] <hid3> Is there any troubleshooting I can do?
[22:39] <hid3> e.g. measure some voltage, etc?
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[22:39] <Tachyon`> not if it's failing at that state
[22:39] <Tachyon`> stage
[22:39] <hid3> I'm common with electronics
[22:39] <Tachyon`> there are tsest points
[22:39] <Tachyon`> for the voltage
[22:39] <Jusii> hid3: have you looked http://elinux.org/R-Pi_Troubleshooting
[22:39] <hid3> Any schemas I should see?
[22:40] <hid3> Jusii: YES!
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[22:40] <Jusii> !
[22:40] <Tachyon`> well, it mentions hte test points on that page...
[22:40] <Tachyon`> http://elinux.org/R-Pi_Troubleshooting#Troubleshooting_power_problems
[22:40] <Jusii> I've had couple faulty and search for solder was my answer
[22:41] <Tachyon`> given these aren't assembled in china by children I wouldn't expect so much of that
[22:41] <Jusii> "Some of the solder residue falls into the contact cavity restricting the springiness and the height that the contact protrudes."
[22:42] <Jusii> they were fixed with instructions there
[22:42] <hid3> well, the contacts are okay. I've even used small needle to make sure they move freely. Each one.
[22:42] <hid3> The problem is, that my SD card is SanDisk
[22:43] <hid3> I know that 1/3 of them are mentioned to be "strange"
[22:43] <hid3> but I wish I knew that before the purchase
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[22:45] <hid3> I'm having bad luck with almost everything in my life :( I even bought a faulty Raspberry Pi :(
[22:45] <Tachyon`> I've had no problems at all with sandisk
[22:46] <Tachyon`> I have had issues with kingston
[22:49] <hid3> next time I'd buy Lexar
[22:50] <hid3> I also avoided Kingston becaus someone told me there are "fake" kingstons out there
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[23:00] <jda2000> Just installed the Oracle version of Java 7. Anybody have a link that will help me to get processing up and running? // So, about that...
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[23:11] <ShadowJK> hid3; what sandisk?
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[23:12] <ShadowJK> As for kingston, depending on what constitutes a "fake", some people would argue every single kingston card is "fake"
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[23:15] <davor> what's a cheap way to interface a Pi with an AVR wirelessly?
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[23:43] <Peetz0r> hid3: I have a fake card (I don't even remember what brand they imitated) in my phone, and is works without problems.
[23:43] <Peetz0r> It's a bit slow sometimes, but it jut works
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[23:55] <crumb> hi, i'm trying to boot a raspbian image in qemu, but i'm trying to understand what this parameter does.. -append "root=/dev/sda2 panic=1"
[23:55] <crumb> does it refer to my physical disk /dev/sda2?
[23:57] <Triffid_Hunter> crumb: nope that'll refer to whatever the booted kernel can see inside the VM
[23:57] <crumb> oh ok
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[23:59] <jda2000> Just installed the Oracle version of Java 7. Anybody have a link that will help me to get processing up and running? // So, about that...

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