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IRC Log for 2013-10-22

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[0:58] <jda2000> I THINK I have correctly attached a camera module to my raspberry pi. What should I look for in dmesg or /var/log/system to verify that it is OK?
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[0:59] <steve_rox> you could just run one the cam progs
[0:59] <jda2000> steve_rox, Thanks, should motion have found a /dev/vedio0?
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[1:00] <jda2000> video0
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[1:00] <steve_rox> hmmmz im not sure
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[1:00] <steve_rox> you just shove the cable in and enable rpi cam in settings and that should be it
[1:01] <steve_rox> make it record a test vid
[1:01] <jda2000> steve_rox, OK, I'm followinf the enable instructions now. I think.
[1:02] <linuxstb> jda2000: Unless things have changed in the last couple of months, there is no /dev/video device. You access the camera via the OpenMax or MMAL APIs. There are the raspivid and raspistill utils.
[1:03] <steve_rox> only issue i had when testing one was werid lines across image which was due to low power from power supply
[1:03] <jda2000> linuxstb, Ok, thanks. I think I am on the path to installing those.
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[1:03] <linuxstb> My main issue was that the image was very fuzzy. Fixed by removing the plastic protective film from the lens ;)
[1:04] <steve_rox> yeah i tryed to keep that on for a bit to protect it when not in use but it lost its stickyness
[1:05] <steve_rox> think they are going to try release the IR rpicam next month sometime
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[1:22] <silent_tr> Hey all :)
[1:22] <steve_rox> helloz
[1:22] <silent_tr> Quick question, just got the Model B and getting my head around all the different OS's
[1:23] <silent_tr> am i able to use xmbc aswell as using my pi for a personal web server?
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[1:26] <silent_tr> would i be able to run both xmbc and a personal web server using Raspbian installing via root
[1:26] <silent_tr> or when xmbc is being run will the web server be inactive?
[1:26] <silent_tr> xbmc*
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[1:29] <steve_rox> iam unsure
[1:30] <silent_tr> damn, hopefully someone can help :)
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[1:32] <sney> you could technically do that, but remember that the pi is not very powerful, and it's better if you just have it doing 1 thing
[1:33] <silent_tr> I litterly just want it to be able to host 1 page, but also use it as xbmc when im watching tv etc
[1:33] <silent_tr> I understand its not powerful, just as long as i know it can be done thats fine for me
[1:33] <silent_tr> Rasbian the prefered? gonna reformat my SD now
[1:33] <sney> ok, if you're just hosting static html that would be fine
[1:34] <silent_tr> yeah its just to emulate a server for when im doing my Uni projects
[1:34] <sney> https://github.com/hifi/raspbian-ua-netinst
[1:36] <silent_tr> sweet, cheers
[1:36] <silent_tr> will just do apt-get or whatever the command was to install xbmc after ^^
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[2:10] <silent_tr> so what do people use their pi's for?
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[2:12] <Marvin-RPi> mumble server for one...
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[2:13] <silent_tr> nice
[2:13] <silent_tr> that run alright?
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[2:13] <Marvin-RPi> runs great, up to 40 users, no problem
[2:14] <Marvin-RPi> that is if you have a decent upstream
[2:14] <silent_tr> ^^
[2:15] <silent_tr> i get 25down and 15up here
[2:15] <Marvin-RPi> it runs headless to free as much of recources on the pu
[2:15] <Marvin-RPi> piu
[2:15] <Marvin-RPi> damn.. pi
[2:15] <silent_tr> my main gripe with the pi so far is whenever i look up to try something else out, it always seems to require a different OS
[2:16] <silent_tr> like for instance i had xbmc running on it, and looked into setting up like a automated episode download/scheduler
[2:16] <silent_tr> required me to have a diff OS installed, or maybe that was just because the guide was developed on that...hmm
[2:17] <Marvin-RPi> forget downloading on the RPi. Use it as a streamer only
[2:17] <silent_tr> why? theyre pretty powerful considering
[2:18] <silent_tr> i know unparring etc may be quite resourceful tho
[2:18] <Marvin-RPi> instead use a NAS as a source and play via whichever protocol you want, i.e. SMB
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[2:19] <Marvin-RPi> or even windows network protocol
[2:19] <Marvin-RPi> don't expect to be able to play media and download the same time
[2:20] <silent_tr> oh no, of course not
[2:20] <silent_tr> gonna set up my 2TB internal on main system as a NAS
[2:21] <Marvin-RPi> is that on a windows machine?
[2:21] <silent_tr> yep
[2:22] <Marvin-RPi> just connect the Pi via network share in windows and share your 2TB drive
[2:23] <Marvin-RPi> although a NAS is less power consuming than to let a PC run all the time
[2:23] <Marvin-RPi> *then
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[2:24] <silent_tr> if i set up a hdd internal on my windows machine as a NAS would it still be available when the pc is in sleep mode then?
[2:24] <Marvin-RPi> no
[2:25] <Marvin-RPi> you should check your power savings scheme on the windows system
[2:25] <silent_tr> ah ok
[2:26] <Marvin-RPi> it can be accessible though if you have wake up-LAN mode enabled
[2:26] <Marvin-RPi> that's been done in the BIOS of your windows PC
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[2:28] <Marvin-RPi> or just connect a powered external USB device on your Pi and occasionally add content via Samba or FTP
[2:30] <Marvin-RPi> but a small investment on a NAS is worth a lot. It can download from usenet of torrents and upstream content simultaniously
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[2:31] <Marvin-RPi> A 2-bay synology NAS can do the job well and costs around 150 quid
[2:33] <silent_tr> pretty neat
[2:33] <silent_tr> except a bit out of my budget for now
[2:33] <Marvin-RPi> shame
[2:33] <silent_tr> may get one when my car sells
[2:35] <Marvin-RPi> hope it does, 2nd hand market is blooming on earlier Synology NAS servers. you could shave of 50 bucks or so
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[2:36] <Marvin-RPi> and a 2bay nas also works if only one HDD is places
[2:36] <Marvin-RPi> placed
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[2:37] <Marvin-RPi> but.... the best performance you get is to connect an external "powered" USB HDD
[2:38] <silent_tr> ah nice, so could get a cheapish version sorted for hopefully a 100 quid 2nd hand ^^
[2:38] <Marvin-RPi> yup
[2:38] <Marvin-RPi> look at a DS212 or DS212j
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[2:42] <sono> people bought a bunch of pi's for the hackspace and found out to late that they're too slow for https and any sort of serious graphics
[2:42] <silent_tr> would it not be cheaper to build another pi as a NAS with 2 drives attached?
[2:42] <sono> what do we do with them?
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[2:42] <silent_tr> donate them to me xD
[2:42] <sono> i installed arch on one yesterday night, the performance was less than stellar..
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[2:42] <sono> i got one to use for an offsite SDR.. it's fine for that
[2:43] <sono> didn't even bother with X tho
[2:43] <sono> we're also using one to log digital power meter signals..
[2:43] <silent_tr> have one as a Xbox media center
[2:43] <sono> seriously, video playback?
[2:43] <sono> not really
[2:44] <Marvin-RPi> no, because the LAN and 2 USB-ports share the same bandwidth. You cannot let it read form a HDD and at the same time puch it via LAN to another Pi
[2:44] <silent_tr> ive had no problems streaming 1080p
[2:44] <sono> hm
[2:44] <Marvin-RPi> *push, damn it's getting late
[2:45] <sono> you'd have to use video formats that are supported by the soc engine tho, right
[2:45] <Triffid_Hunter> sono: the cpu core is underwhelming, but the coprocessors make up for it for many tasks
[2:45] <silent_tr> wasnt aware they shared the same b/w
[2:45] <Marvin-RPi> yup, they do
[2:45] <Triffid_Hunter> sono: if you're trying to do graphics in X it's gonna be slow. if you use the OpenGL ES interface on the framebuffer console it runs a lot better.. ie quake3 at 20-30fps
[2:46] <sono> heh quake
[2:46] <sono> we'll figure something out i guess
[2:46] <silent_tr> how many you got left over sono?
[2:46] <Marvin-RPi> both are managed by the same chip
[2:46] <sono> like 5 or so
[2:46] <sono> not enough for a cluster =D
[2:46] <silent_tr> ah not quite enough to attempt a mini super computer
[2:46] <silent_tr> ^^
[2:47] <Marvin-RPi> sadly....no
[2:47] <Marvin-RPi> What you can opt for is a barebone PC
[2:47] <Triffid_Hunter> sono: put them in robots for high level stuff like opencv and large scale mapping
[2:48] <sono> =)
[2:49] <Marvin-RPi> sell your Rpi and go for windows driven Foxconn or shutle
[2:49] <silent_tr> im currently installing rasbian and using mine as a personal web server for a static page and run xbmc alongside it
[2:50] <silent_tr> aiming to use mine*
[2:50] <silent_tr> time goes too fast playing with these things
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[2:50] <sono> we should stuff them in the rack and sell them
[2:50] <Marvin-RPi> true
[2:50] <sono> rent them out i mean
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[2:50] <sono> i need sleepies
[2:50] <DBordello> I have two cables with 4 connectors each. I want to be able to control with a network protocol such that one is connected to itself, and then another is connected to itself. I was thinking a RasperryPi and some relays. Is there a better solution?
[2:51] <sono> like for 50p per month
[2:51] * sono shrugs
[2:51] <sono> don't see why not, DBordello
[2:51] <sono> there is always a better solution
[2:51] <sono> but the pi is a well understood device with a large community
[2:51] <sono> and perfectly sufficient for what you want
[2:51] <DBordello> sono, I am more worried about the relay part :)
[2:52] <sono> depends on the relay
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[2:52] <DBordello> This is all low voltage
[2:52] <sono> i mean, you don't want to drive electromagnetical relays right off the GPIO
[2:52] <sono> probably
[2:53] <SpeedEvil> Depends on the relay
[2:53] <Marvin-RPi> nn all
[2:53] <silent_tr> night mate
[2:53] <SpeedEvil> teeny ones will work
[2:53] <DBordello> Why not?
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[2:53] <silent_tr> oO
[2:53] <sono> hrm
[2:53] <sono> well
[2:53] <SpeedEvil> Most relays will overload it.
[2:54] <sono> current, and all sorts of funky effects with coils
[2:54] <sono> that an EE will tell you about in depth
[2:54] <pksato> coil of relays is not direct connected to logic pins.
[2:54] <sono> but what it boils down to
[2:54] <DBordello> What about a reed relay?
[2:54] <sono> that's a sensor
[2:54] <sono> different animal
[2:54] <sono> altogether
[2:55] <SpeedEvil> reed relays are relays
[2:55] <silent_tr> this convo is so over my head ^^
[2:55] <pksato> transistors are used to drive relay coils.
[2:55] <SpeedEvil> Reed switches are sensors, and are part of reed relays
[2:55] <sono> if it's low voltage anyway, just use semiconductors
[2:55] <sono> SpeedEvil: i see
[2:55] <DBordello> so, some sort of solid state relay?
[2:55] <sono> nod
[2:55] <pksato> reed relay is to very low power.
[2:56] <SpeedEvil> DBordello: It'd probably make sense to state your exact problem
[2:56] <DBordello> pksato, okay to drive from the GPIO pins?
[2:56] <sono> ENODATA
[2:56] <pksato> DBordello: yes.
[2:56] <sono> reed relays look harmless
[2:56] <SpeedEvil> You can get relays low power enough to drive from the Pi.
[2:56] <SpeedEvil> It is more sensible to use a transistor in general
[2:56] <SpeedEvil> As getting things wrong can fry stuff
[2:56] <sono> well, reed would be decoupled
[2:57] <SpeedEvil> sono: the coil can fry the IO port if it's switched to 'open'
[2:57] <DBordello> I have two identical devices that fire LEDs periodically. However, they will interfere with each other if two LEDs are fired at once. They communicate with an LED controller using a 4 conductor cable. I want to be able to "connect" one cable, and then the other, and control it using the RPi
[2:58] <SpeedEvil> LED flashes?
[2:59] <pksato> transistor, resistor and diode cost less that $1.
[2:59] <DBordello> It is a CMM machine. It has IR cameras that can track the position of IR LEDs. However, if two are too close to each other, they interfere
[2:59] <SpeedEvil> http://www.digikey.com/product-search/en?pv671=63&FV=fff40010%2Cfff80368%2C1200005%2C1200022%2C120005e&k=5V+relay&mnonly=0&newproducts=0&ColumnSort=0&page=1&quantity=0&ptm=0&fid=0&pageSize=25
[2:59] <SpeedEvil> seems to be the only likely one to work
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[2:59] <SpeedEvil> On digikey
[2:59] <sono> SpeedEvil: o.o it seems so dinky
[3:00] <SpeedEvil> DBordello: Take two polarising filters. Place over each camera at right angles. Similarly with the LEDs
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[3:00] <DBordello> SpeedEvil, lots of little LEDs (200ish)
[3:00] <DBordello> that is a good idea though
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[3:00] <DBordello> that is actually great
[3:00] <pksato> and, for less that $10, you buy a optical isolated relay modules, http://www.ebay.com/itm/8-Channel-5V-Relay-Module-Board-Shield-for-Arduino-PIC-AVR-MCU-DSP-ARM-/390594938127?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item5af145c50f
[3:01] <DBordello> I was thinking a bunch of these: http://www.mouser.com/ProductDetail/Schneider-Electric/W171DIP-21/?qs=%2Fha2pyFaduiLZby1vh6dbKO4uq1MUONCx4xhyDb8zeA%3D
[3:01] <DBordello> pksato, that is great. Nice find.
[3:01] <SpeedEvil> The pi is not 5V.
[3:02] <SpeedEvil> You need to ensure it'll work at 3.3
[3:02] <DBordello> Unfortunately, I need a pretty fast turn around. I am thinking rapid development.
[3:02] <pksato> some modules need a resistor replace to work with 3v3
[3:03] <SpeedEvil> DBordello: the pi is not 5V - those won't work - also the current drawn shouldn't be more than 10mA
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[3:03] <DBordello> pksato, how could I use a transistor, resistor and diode to do it?
[3:03] <pksato> 5V of module not come from RPi, is a separated PSU.
[3:03] <DBordello> SpeedEvil, thanks, I was thinking it was 5V. 3.3V right?
[3:03] <SpeedEvil> Yes.
[3:03] <pksato> DBordello: Its is veru basic eletronics. :)
[3:04] <DBordello> pksato, I am sure it is. I'll look it up
[3:04] <SpeedEvil> http://www.susa.net/wordpress/2012/06/raspberry-pi-relay-using-gpio/
[3:04] <pksato> just put wors on google and find lots of articles
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[3:05] <DBordello> SpeedEvil, thank you
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[3:09] <DBordello> To show how little I know about circuits, I have to read the transistor wiki page first :)
[3:09] <SpeedEvil> :)
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[3:10] <TLoFP1> hey everybody I am using GStreamer to stream video from the RPi camera
[3:11] <TLoFP1> I get a broken piper after some time, any ideas what might cause this? I already looked for a memory leak, that is not the problem
[3:11] <TLoFP1> unless there is a memory leak in the GPU in which case I don't know how to look for that
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[3:16] <DBordello> SpeedEvil, the advantage of a diode, resistor and transistor + relay is so that I can use the 5V to power the Relays coil?
[3:16] <SpeedEvil> yes
[3:16] <SpeedEvil> Plus - there is not the risk of accidentally blowing up the pi with a coil that takes too much
[3:16] <SpeedEvil> Which is almost all of them.
[3:16] <pksato> or 12V. 24V 48V
[3:16] <DBordello> fair enough
[3:17] <DBordello> Would that change if I wanted to power 8 relays?
[3:17] <pksato> repeat 8 times.
[3:18] <DBordello> could I use the same GPIO, transistor, resistor and diode?
[3:18] <DBordello> http://www.susa.net/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2012/06/Relay-Sample.png <--- as shown here
[3:18] <pksato> 8 relays, 8 transistor, 8 diodes, 8 resistors; 8 GPIO pins.
[3:19] <DBordello> Sorry, 1 GPIO pin, 8 relays
[3:19] <Triffid_Hunter> DBordello: how about 2 gpio? see 74hc595
[3:20] <pksato> if you which to activate 8 relays at same time.
[3:21] <DBordello> Triffid_Hunter, that is interesting, thank you
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[3:27] <pksato> http://www.ni.com/white-paper/14499/en/
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[3:29] <DBordello> pksato, that is great
[3:29] <DBordello> thank you
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[3:30] <DBordello> actually, that is probably over my head
[3:31] <pksato> DBordello: www.themagpi.com
[3:31] <pksato> have lessions about basic interfacing.
[3:31] <DBordello> I'll check it out, thanks.
[3:32] <pksato> http://www.electronics-tutorials.ws/index.html
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[3:35] <pksato> relays http://www.electronics-tutorials.ws/io/io_5.html
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[3:48] <DBordello> Relays I understand. Transistors, now that is another thing
[3:50] <jda2000> Is it normal to see the image on the screen while raspistill is taking a picture?
[3:50] <pksato> http://www.electronics-tutorials.ws/transistor/tran_1.html
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[4:11] <jda2000> and where might I find raspicam ?
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[4:30] <jda2000> nevermind about raspicam I guess that was a typo in the tuorial.
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[9:56] <StyxAlso> Does anyone here know how to compile kernel modules on Raspbmc?
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[9:56] <StyxAlso> I want to compile the module for my TV Tuner. It's fully supported under LInux, just need to know how to get the compilation done.
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[10:21] <RaTTuS|BIG> StyxAlso see http://elinux.org/RPi_Kernel_Compilation
[10:23] <StyxAlso> RaTTuS|BIG: Thank you. That looks like an excellent place to start.
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[11:04] <bluesm_> I try to connect the pi
[11:05] <bluesm_> with hdmi->dvi cable
[11:05] <bluesm_> but my monitors turn immediately to power saving mode...
[11:06] <bluesm_> Restart helped. But I kind of courious what could be the problem...
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[11:13] <tig|> bluesm_: oh I have had this before, you have to have the hdmi connected when you turn it on, otherwise it doesn't power up the port
[11:13] <tig|> so you can't connect it later
[11:14] <tig|> providing you boot with it connected you can unplug it and plug it back in but it has to be there on boot
[11:19] <gordonDrogon> +1 (as they say) make sure everything is connected and powered on, going from the monitor back to the Pi. Power Pi up last.
[11:20] <bluesm_> tig|: Yeah
[11:21] <tig|> this is the expected behaviour, I presume it does it for power saving or it might do a check for hdmi then switch to composite out if it is not there
[11:22] <tig|> then just never polls it again
[11:22] <tig|> in anycase, they all do it, yours isn't broken :)
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[11:30] <bluesm_> tig|: So it doesn't support "online plugins", to save power?
[11:31] <bluesm_> tig|: Btw: Thank you very much for comprehensive explanation and time :)
[11:33] <tig|> bluesm_: I know it isn't hotpluggable unless it is there on boot but there are other people on here that know the internals of it WAY better than I. Also any time :)
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[11:48] <Jusii> you can force hdmi on in config.txt
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[12:46] <andreiiar> Hello. I tzselect to Romania ok. This is 2 hours after greenwitch. I also have my clock sync with a ntp server. Why is my time 2 hours behind local time? Here it says EEST.
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[12:49] <tig|> andreiiar: I think tzselect only changes the time for your current user, to change the system time (on rasbian) the easiest was is : sudo dpkg-reconfigure tzdata
[12:49] <tig|> and it will prompt you to set the right timezone
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[12:52] <andreiiar> http://pastebin.com/TNGKJiqB But it is 8 minits to two a'clock
[12:52] <andreiiar> Something is wrong here.
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[12:54] <tig|> andreiiar: ntp doesn't do sudden changes to system time it slowly skews it till it gets corrected
[12:55] <andreiiar> tig|: you are wrong
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[12:56] <tig|> if you want to snap it into place use: sudo ntpdate pool.ntp.org
[12:58] <andreiiar> It snaps in 2 hours early. Where is this difference cuming from?
[13:01] <tig|> are you referring to Universal Time?
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[13:02] <andreiiar> No. Universal time from PC is 2 hours before Local time (i guess is local, what appears with 'date' and no command line options) which in turn is 2 hours before the real time in my country
[13:03] <tig|> yes but currently UTC is about 1103
[13:04] <tig|> if you stop ntp : sudo /etc/init.d/ntpd stop
[13:04] <tig|> then run : sudo ntpdate pool.ntp.org
[13:04] <andreiiar> http://pastebin.com/KMUyjJsd
[13:04] <tig|> then start ntpd
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[13:04] <tig|> it should sort it out
[13:05] <tig|> OK, the timezone only does the offset from UTC so if your UTC time is wrong all it is going to do is apply the timezone offset to that
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[13:06] <tig|> what happens when you stop ntp and do the ntpdate?
[13:06] <tig|> as that should help let us know what is going on
[13:06] <andreiiar> I don;t have ntpdate installed
[13:08] <andreiiar> Looks like it worked. But ...
[13:09] <andreiiar> Let's see if it survives a reboot. And why didnt it work before?
[13:09] <mrueg> ntpd -qg should work, too.
[13:09] <mrueg> andreiiar: ^
[13:09] <mrueg> or maybe use chrony
[13:11] <andreiiar> Reboot date is still on the clock. Now. Why did I had to do that?
[13:13] <pksato> andreiiar: RPi dont have a internal time clock. On reboot, its set time from internet.
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[13:14] <pksato> At boot time, need that internet is up.
[13:15] <[Saint]> iirc, it uses fake-hwclock
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[13:17] <mrueg> andreiiar: ntpd -qg; fake-hwclock save
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[13:18] <pksato> if time is critical, buy a <$5 RTC module.
[13:18] <andreiiar> I know that, but it worked.
[13:19] <andreiiar> It's not critical but it's nice to have.
[13:19] <andreiiar> My centos box have the same problem. Time is 5 hours behind just as it was on raspi
[13:19] <[Saint]> pksato: or simply ensure it is connected to the Internet or a local network with an NTP server.
[13:19] <pksato> yes.
[13:20] <[Saint]> andreiiar: sounds like an incorrectly set locale
[13:20] <pksato> normally, ntp dont adjust big time diference.
[13:21] <[Saint]> Correct.
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[13:21] <pksato> need manual adjust, ou other means like ntpdate before start ntp.
[13:21] <[Saint]> If the time is out by +/- 10m it asks for manual adjustment iirc.
[13:22] <pksato> or set date.
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[13:23] <andreiiar> ntpdate syncs to -5 hours before local time.
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[13:24] <pksato> wrong time zone?
[13:25] <pksato> on root account or some system user.
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[13:25] <andreiiar> Wait I found problem. It is wrong timezone. There is no TZ variable
[13:26] <pksato> On this case, uses wide system time zone
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[13:38] <RaTTuS|BIG> wow - raspbery pi foundation :- Income £1,152,637
[13:39] <Pip> RaspberryPiBot, How did you know that?
[13:39] <RaTTuS|BIG> pip if you mean me .. http://www.charitycommission.gov.uk/find-charities/
[13:39] <Pip> Oh, sorry, I meant you
[13:40] <RaTTuS|BIG> no worries ;-p
[13:40] <RaTTuS|BIG> I yoou cannot link directly but do a search for raspberry pi foundation
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[13:41] <RaTTuS|BIG> 1129409 is it's number
[13:42] <Pip> What can I do with it?
[13:43] <RaTTuS|BIG> what a raspberry pi - just about anything really
[13:43] <RaTTuS|BIG> grr - back in a bit need to poke some servers
[13:44] <Pip> Can I connect a 40" LCD HD TV with it?
[13:44] <RaTTuS|BIG> ^ if it has a HDMI input then yes easily
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[13:44] <Pip> thanks
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[14:56] <bruxc> Good morning!
[14:56] <bruxc> Afternoon/Evening/etc.
[14:56] <uhaul> same to you!
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[15:00] <bruxc> I just got my new toy in the mail and I am most certainly new to this fun loving hobby, both pi & linux. I'm currently just dabbling and getting familiar. but I have a quick question about how to SSH into my pi from my laptop.
[15:00] <bruxc> Would there be anyone available to help this noob out?
[15:01] <tig|> bruxc: ok, is your pi connected to the network?
[15:01] <tig|> ie have you plugged it in with a network cable?
[15:01] <bruxc> It's LAN'd into my laptop with network sharing enabled.
[15:01] <bruxc> Would that work?
[15:02] <tig|> probably, have you got an ip address for the pi?
[15:02] <bruxc> I had one last night, I'm currently at work so the IP address probably changed, no doubt.
[15:02] <bruxc> However, I was trying it last night and wasn't getting anywhere (currently using PuTTy).
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[15:03] <tig|> first question, what is running on the pi?
[15:03] <bruxc> Raspbian I believe.
[15:03] <bruxc> I also made sure to enable SSH in the raspi-config
[15:03] <tig|> ok
[15:03] <tig|> if you open a command prompt on your laptop
[15:04] <tig|> type: ping and then the IP address you think the pi should be on
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[15:04] <bruxc> so ping the ip address I believe it to be?
[15:04] <tig|> yes
[15:04] <tig|> ie
[15:04] <tig|> ping 192.168.1.100
[15:04] <tig|> for example
[15:05] <bruxc> Yup. I feel ya.
[15:05] <bruxc> Bummer. Not getting a response.
[15:05] <bruxc> I don't have any monitors at work that have HDMI on it either -_-
[15:06] <tig|> ok then that is not the right IP, can you go into the network and sharing options and see what ip it usually gives out?
[15:06] <tig|> (not got a machine here I can test it on)
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[15:07] <tig|> ok here is another idea
[15:07] <bruxc> Right now it is on automatically
[15:07] <tig|> command prompt then : arp -a
[15:07] <bruxc> kk
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[15:07] <tig|> you will get a long list of IP addresses, one of those will be LIKE the one you thought it was
[15:07] <bruxc> Nice.
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[15:07] <tig|> try pinging that ip
[15:07] <bruxc> So probably not the 169.254.etc. IP
[15:08] <bruxc> There's a 192.168.4.60 and a 192.168.4.1
[15:08] <bruxc> I'm assuming the 4.60 is the bingo?
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[15:08] <uhaul> what is the ip address on the laptops interface?
[15:08] <tig|> bruxc: try the 4.60
[15:09] <bruxc> 192.168.4.60
[15:09] <bruxc> so that's mine.
[15:09] <uhaul> don't ping that one then =)
[15:09] <bruxc> It also appears to be giving me my LAN ipv4 which is the 169.254
[15:09] <bruxc> haha, right. I should have probably checked what mine was.
[15:09] <bruxc> So theoretically, my lan one should be the one that my pi is on.
[15:09] <bruxc> But that means it's getting an invalid IP address.
[15:10] <tig|> no, you will have an address on your lan port that is on the same network as your pi
[15:10] <tig|> so that would indicate that your pi is somewhere in 192.168.4.*
[15:10] <bruxc> I see.
[15:11] <bruxc> Let me arp -a again and see if I'm missing anything
[15:11] <bruxc> aw ha.
[15:11] <bruxc> 192.168.4.1
[15:12] <bruxc> I'm currently prompted with: "Login as:"
[15:12] <uhaul> nice
[15:12] <bruxc> PI ?
[15:12] <uhaul> yeah
[15:12] <tig|> could be if you are trying that in putty
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[15:13] <pksato> No, login is pi not PI :)
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[15:14] <bruxc> brb
[15:14] <tig|> bruxc: let us know if it works
[15:15] <tig|> bit of an odd choice of ip addresses for internet sharing, I would have thought it would be the machine doing the sharing on .1 or .254
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[15:16] <tig|> then the machine being shared to being somewhere 100-200 or something
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[15:19] <tig|> mind you, I haven't run internet connection sharing in over 10 years
[15:20] <uhaul> connection troubleshooting is much easier when all clients are connected to router directly
[15:21] <tig|> uhaul: yep :)
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[15:29] <bruxc> tig: Sorry, bit of a frantic day today
[15:30] <bruxc> tig: I tried it but I am getting Access Denied Using Keyboard-interactive authentication then prompts me to type in the password again. Only, it appears to be frozen.
[15:30] <bruxc> Nevermind, no longer frozen. But it's not taking the password. I haven't changed it either. Any ideas?
[15:31] <tig|> you are getting the case right?
[15:31] <tig|> ie pi not PI
[15:32] <bruxc> correct, doing all lower case
[15:33] <tig|> 192.168.4.1 does seem very odd for the ICS client end
[15:35] <bruxc> Agreed.
[15:36] <bruxc> Is it normal to get the message (after typing in pi for the username) "State and federal statues make it a crime to gain unauthorized access into this computer system. Voilators will be prosecuted. System is for authorized business purposes only."
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[15:36] <bruxc> Could possibly be my company's Default Gateway
[15:37] <tig|> bruxc: nope
[15:37] <bruxc> Oh ok
[15:37] <tig|> that is not normal and tha tis likely to be your companies default gateway :)
[15:38] <tig|> which means that the ICS network is not 192.168.4.x as that is your local lan
[15:38] <tig|> can you describe your set up?
[15:38] <bruxc> Sure.
[15:38] <bruxc> laptop windows 8 x64 lenovo laptop, wirelessly connected to my corporate wi-fi (less/no restrictions),
[15:39] <bruxc> raspi with raspbian os, lan connected into my laptop.
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[15:39] <bruxc> made sure to enable SSH on raspi last night prior to coming in to work.
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[15:40] <tig|> Ok now you need to look at ICS
[15:40] <bruxc> also, check marked "Allow other network users to connect through this computer's internet connection' in the sharing tab of my wifi card
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[15:40] <tig|> ok, are there any more steps for that under windows 8 (not got a copy here so I am flying blind)
[15:41] <bruxc> tig: I'm looking at a few articles about win8 network sharing w/ pi.
[15:41] <bruxc> Give me a second and I'll double check that I have done everything
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[15:43] <bigx> hello
[15:44] <bigx> i'm trying to use SDA and SCL pins as classic gpios with wiring pi, is it possible?
[15:44] <bigx> they are always high
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[15:52] <bigx> any idea? /cc gordonDrogon
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[16:21] <shiftplusone> bigx, as i understand it, all you need to do is unload a module.
[16:22] <bigx> thx shiftplusone, which one?
[16:22] <bigx> spi stuff?
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[16:22] <shiftplusone> i2c, iirc
[16:23] <gordonDrogon> bigx, hello?
[16:23] <bigx> hi gordonDrogon
[16:23] <gordonDrogon> bigx, yes, very possible - just remember that they have on-board 1.8K pull-ups.
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[16:24] <shiftplusone> Was my answer accurate enough there?
[16:25] <bigx> dunno shiftplusone when typing lsmod i don't find anything related to i2c and/or iirc
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[16:25] <shiftplusone> fair enough, might be wrong then
[16:26] <bigx> gordonDrogon, the wiring is the following
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[16:27] <bigx> 3.3v---->button---->pin 8
[16:27] <bigx> |
[16:27] <bigx> ---10kohm--->gnd
[16:27] <bigx> hum
[16:28] <bigx> 3.3v---->button---->pin 8
[16:28] <bigx> |
[16:28] <bigx> ---10kohm--->gnd
[16:28] <bigx> better
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[16:29] <Pip> Good job
[16:29] <ShadowJK> cadmaster
[16:30] <bigx> haha :)
[16:30] <bigx> I make PCBs from IRC ;)
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[16:34] <gordonDrogon> bigx, if using 8 & 9 just connect a button to Gnd.
[16:34] <gordonDrogon> don't bother with 3.3v or resistors. they already have 1.8K pull-ups.
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[16:35] <bigx> speaking of pcbs, here is the input shield i made: https://pbs.twimg.com/media/BXMCSM0IcAAZ2jL.jpg
[16:36] <gordonDrogon> https://projects.drogon.net/wp-content/uploads/2012/06/tuxx_bb.jpg <-- button example on an I2C pin.
[16:36] <bigx> so 21 times the same wiring, so it won't work with pin 8&9 (and 15? 16?)
[16:36] <gordonDrogon> sure it'll work - just enable the internal pull-ups on the others.
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[16:37] <gordonDrogon> and connect the buttons to Gnd.
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[16:39] <bigx> i have 21 times the following schema on my pcb
[16:39] <bigx> 3.3v---->button---->pin 8
[16:39] <bigx> |
[16:39] <bigx> --10kohm--->gnd
[16:39] <bigx> for pins 0 to 20 (P1 and P5)
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[16:40] <bigx> i don't get how I could use it the way you say gordonDrogon ?
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[16:43] <gordonDrogon> gpio -> button -> Gnd
[16:43] <gordonDrogon> repeat 21 times.
[16:43] <gordonDrogon> enable the internal pull-up resistors. inputs read high when button open, and read low when button pushed.
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[16:44] <Lude123> Hi, i am trying to compile a program which according to the how-to needs pdcurses dependencies. When i am trying to apt-get install pdcurses i get unable to locate package. What do i have to add in my sources to install that?
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[16:44] <gordonDrogon> pdcurses? new on one me - it's usuall ncurses .. ?
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[16:45] <tig|> Lude123: try running : sudo apt-cache search pdcurses to see if you already have it available via another package
[16:45] <Lude123> returns nothing
[16:45] <gordonDrogon> (you don't need sudo for a search)
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[16:46] <Lude123> The manual of what i am trying to compile says: "When you compile on Linux, don't forget to compile the pdcurses dependencies."
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[16:47] <gordonDrogon> maybe you have to compile it yourself.
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[16:48] <shiftplusone> I'd just start compiling then see what error message it spits out (a missing header or library could be a hint to what package it might be in, if any)..
[16:48] <Lude123> aight i ll try it, thanks
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[16:53] <bigx> I get it gordonDrogon but the pcb I made will be incompatible then? (https://pbs.twimg.com/media/BXMCSM0IcAAZ2jL.jpg)
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[16:58] <gordonDrogon> bigx, I was just giving you my suggestion of how to do it - since you have the pcb, then use it..
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[17:00] <bigx> ?
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[17:01] <bruxc> Hi tig
[17:01] <bruxc> Still alive?
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[17:04] <gordonDrogon> bigx, does your pcb work?
[17:07] <Lude123> I am having a problem with my boost libs ("bnet.cpp:1912:31: error: ‘class boost::filesystem::directory_entry’ has no member named ‘filename’") is there a way to find out what version boost i need for this to get it to work?
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[17:13] <tig|> bruxc: yep, just dashing around everywhere :)
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[17:17] <bigx> gordonDrogon, yes but not with 8&9 (and maybe 15&16 but have not tested these)
[17:20] <gordonDrogon> 15 & 16 will work ok - they're the serial port.
[17:21] <gordonDrogon> you just need to be aware that 8 & 9 have on-board 1.8K pull-up resistors to 3.3v.
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[18:34] <DBordello> The raspbian URL is very slow, and the torrent doesn't work well. Does anybody have a good mirror for it?
[18:37] <bruxc> anyone familiar with sharing network with windows 8? I have it enabled but there is an advanced settings that allows me to check mark different services. will this matter for SSH'ing into a pi?
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[18:40] <Lude123> Hi, i am trying to compile a program getting this error: "bnet.cpp:39:32: fatal error: boost/filesystem.hpp: No such file or directory" but when i try to install boost (want <1.46) with "sudo apt-get install boost1.38" i get: "Note, selecting 'libboost1.38-dev' for regex 'boost1.38'" can anyone point out my error?
[18:41] <Lude123> so it doesnt install boost with the apt-get. guessing its already installed? (even tho i only did apt-get upgrade after fresh raspbian before doing this)
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[19:29] <bruxc> Anyone have troubles with network sharing to pi on a Windows 8 setup?
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[19:36] <gordonDrogon> I don't have win 8, so I don't have that problem ;-)
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[19:42] <SKyd3R> I'm trying to emulate a Raspberry with Qemu but I have the following message con Qemu: INIT: ld "1" respawning too fast: disabled for 5 minutes
[19:43] <gordonDrogon> it's possibly one of the getty processes
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[19:43] <gordonDrogon> if it carries on working after that message I might be incluned to ignore it, but you might also want to disable the /dev/ttyAMA0 one.
[19:43] <gordonDrogon> (in /etc/inittab)
[19:43] <SKyd3R> ok
[19:44] <SKyd3R> thanks
[19:44] <SKyd3R> will do
[19:44] <SKyd3R> I can't carry on with that message
[19:44] <gordonDrogon> actually, Id1 is: 1:2345:respawn:/sbin/getty --noclear 38400 tty1
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[19:44] <gordonDrogon> so comment it out and sudo kill -1 1
[19:45] <SKyd3R> great
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[19:49] <SKyd3R> still not working
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[19:50] <SKyd3R> is funny because I try to login but nothing realy happens
[19:51] <SKyd3R> btw I'm trying to emulate Raspbian
[19:52] <shiftplusone> SKyd3R, have you edited ld.so.preload?
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[20:01] <SKyd3R> thank you gordonDrogon and shiftplusone this is now working
[20:01] <SKyd3R> I failed hard
[20:01] <SKyd3R> forget to :wq, just :q
[20:01] <SKyd3R> that's embarrassing
[20:01] <shiftplusone> nano all the way
[20:02] <SKyd3R> old dog
[20:02] <SKyd3R> ahaha
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[20:11] <bruxc> GordonDrogon: Do I need to do anything more than just enable network sharing on my wifi adapter for the network sharing to work from my laptop to my pi (connected with a network cable)?
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[20:12] <shiftplusone> I don't know if there is such a thing, but ##windows?
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[20:12] <shiftplusone> iirc, you enable network sharing on the ethernet adapter, not the wifi adapter though
[20:12] <shiftplusone> then select something from a drop menu, but that may h ave changed.
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[20:27] <Waldi_> hi. i want to play sound out of a little speaker (connected to gpio's). how can i do that?
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[21:15] <Waldi_> hi. i want to play sound out of a little speaker (connected to gpio's). how can i do that?
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[21:22] <pksato> Waldi_: A buzzer? or a audio speaker?
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[21:24] * linuxstb mentions the Pi has an analogue audio port ;)
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[21:25] <shiftplusone> and what sort of sound?
[21:26] <Waldi_> pksato it's this little thing http://abload.de/img/img_18121x9uqp.jpg
[21:26] <shiftplusone> Gordon seems to hook one up straight to gpio, but I guess it would depend on the speaker whether you can actually do that. I don't know how much better than screechy noises you can get using that method
[21:27] <Waldi_> i aready get a very high tone with gpio pwm 1 500 and so on..
[21:27] <shiftplusone> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j0lyxdvDuVY
[21:27] <Waldi_> but i want a real sound, not this high tone
[21:27] <pksato> Waldi_: more easy to connect on audio jack.
[21:27] <shiftplusone> then use the audio jack
[21:29] <shiftplusone> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uSCBj6rabIU
[21:29] <shiftplusone> ah, nvrm
[21:30] <shiftplusone> If you don't mind using a separate DAC chip, you'll be able to do better.
[21:30] <shiftplusone> but again.... audio jack.
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[21:32] <pksato> audio jack is a others two GPIO pins. But, configured to do a pcm/pwm audio DAC.
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[21:35] <Waldi_> ok.. so i'll have to search an audio jack to destroy :D
[21:35] <steve_rox> poundland shop is a good source of parts
[21:36] <shiftplusone> Is that a UK thing?
[21:36] <steve_rox> yea
[21:36] * Waldi_ is from germany
[21:36] <shiftplusone> Ah, no good for you know... the rest of the world then =P
[21:36] <Waldi_> :D
[21:36] <Waldi_> i often buy at dhgate.com
[21:36] <steve_rox> you go to poundland buy some electronic tat and convert it into something better
[21:37] <Waldi_> china.. takes a long time for shipping but the prices are goo
[21:37] <Waldi_> d
[21:37] <steve_rox> like that led torch i got the other day ,rip its led out and replace em with 1W bright ones
[21:37] <shiftplusone> I am looking at the pi and if I didn't have a plug, I would consider just soldering some wires underneath the connector.
[21:38] <Waldi_> lol that's not a bad idea
[21:38] <steve_rox> sounds fun
[21:38] <steve_rox> i did it on composite vid linef
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[21:43] <pksato> wires before dc block caps, and use audio out to control motors. :)
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[21:46] <steve_rox> wonder how long a 5.4v 5F supercap would last on the rpi
[21:47] <pksato> convert it to Joule and to watts.
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[21:52] <shiftplusone> (W=0.5*C*V^2)
[21:53] <shiftplusone> Don't remember the power , but I am sure you can derive it from the voltage current equation (I=C dV/dt)
[21:54] <DeliriumTremens> stop dividing things by me
[21:54] <shiftplusone> >_<
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[22:11] <Encrypt> <steve_rox> wonder how long a 5.4v 5F supercap would last on the rpi // Not that much at all :p
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[22:14] <pksato> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EoWMF3VkI6U
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[22:15] <steve_rox> not even 1 second ? ;-)
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[22:26] <Waldi_> did it :D http://abload.de/img/img_18131x8rwm.jpg
[22:27] <steve_rox> it work okays?
[22:27] <steve_rox> wont it be mono?
[22:27] <shiftplusone> How do you do stereo with one speaker? >_<
[22:27] <steve_rox> yea
[22:28] <Waldi_> yeah just mono, but that's ok
[22:28] <Waldi_> i play a mp3 with mpg321
[22:29] <Waldi_> but it's veeeeeery what was the word for not loud
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[22:29] <Waldi_> quiet
[22:29] <Waldi_> xD
[22:29] <pksato> Waldi_: and connect both wires to speaker?
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[22:29] <steve_rox> that would be bad
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[22:30] <steve_rox> i did install some volume control prog
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[22:30] <Waldi_> both wires is a bit louder
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[22:31] <Waldi_> can i change volume in the gui?
[22:31] <shiftplusone> both wires? As in short the left and right channels? O_o
[22:31] <pksato> Waldi_: you need do connect one of wires to one of speaker terminal, and other speaker terminal to GND.
[22:31] <steve_rox> there is a slider in X
[22:31] <gordonDrogon> Waldi_, still there?
[22:32] <Waldi_> yeah pksato that's what i did
[22:32] <Waldi_> but both to one side of the speaker works too
[22:32] <gordonDrogon> Waldi_, this plays tunes via a speaker: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j0lyxdvDuVY
[22:32] <gordonDrogon> it uses the softTone library in wiringPi.
[22:32] <gordonDrogon> it can put a simple tone on any pin
[22:32] <pksato> for real stereo signal is work, but, if is mono, no. (in theory).
[22:33] <pksato> need to feed audio to some amplifier to get loud sound.
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[22:37] <Waldi_> gordonDrogon do you have an example code for softtone?
[22:37] <Waldi_> oh..
[22:37] <Waldi_> moment
[22:38] <Waldi_> softtonecreate just initializes the pin doesn't it?
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[22:46] <Waldi_> yay i get i real tone :)
[22:46] <Waldi_> but my sleep() function isn't working ._. http://pastebin.com/diihhCc0
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[22:50] <Waldi_> oh.. sleep requires seconds xD
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[23:00] <Waldi_> http://pastebin.com/Yaysz2aU
[23:00] <Waldi_> i > 2000 sounds like it's exploding every moment :D
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[23:04] <Encrypt> "i+=1"
[23:05] <Encrypt> i++ for the win \o/
[23:05] <Encrypt> That's the beauty of the C language :)
[23:05] <Waldi_> xD yeah fail, but bevore the i+=1 there was i+=50 :)
[23:05] <Waldi_> so i just changed 50
[23:05] <Waldi_> to 1
[23:05] <Waldi_> lazy programmer ftw
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[23:07] <Encrypt> Waldi_, :p
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[23:08] <Encrypt> Waldi_, By the way, whyis it usleep ?
[23:08] <Encrypt> Ok, that's one more sleep function...
[23:09] <Encrypt> I'm used to use the "sleep" function in my programs
[23:09] <Waldi_> because i need milliseconds
[23:09] <Waldi_> or can i do that with sleep?
[23:09] <Encrypt> 30000ms is 30s, right ?
[23:10] <Encrypt> Then you can simply use : sleep(30); ;)
[23:10] <Encrypt> Just add : "#include <unistd.h>"
[23:11] <Encrypt> Waldi_, Eh, by the way
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[23:11] <Encrypt> The library was missing... that's why it didn't work :p
[23:11] <Waldi_> eh no my fail, usleep doesn't take milli but microseconds
[23:11] <Waldi_> what do you mean
[23:11] <Encrypt> Waldi_, But you didn't include unistd.h! :p
[23:11] <Waldi_> using sleep for milli?
[23:11] <Waldi_> ok i'll try
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[23:12] <Encrypt> Waldi_, No, with the sleep function you have to use seconds
[23:12] <Encrypt> So, as I wrote : sleep(30); should do the work
[23:12] <Encrypt> However, you didn't include the needed library: unistd.h
[23:13] <Encrypt> Tha'ts why it didn't work
[23:13] <Encrypt> That's*
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[23:16] <Waldi_> no Encrypt, i need milliseconds as i said, and usleep takes microseconds. so 30,000 isn't 30 sec but 30 millisec :)
[23:16] <Encrypt> Ok!
[23:16] <Encrypt> I thought it took milliseconds...
[23:16] <Encrypt> Ok then...
[23:16] <Encrypt> Waldi_, Did you include the library?
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[23:17] <Waldi_> yeah but i think i don't need it for sleep, sleep did already work without the import
[23:18] <Waldi_> i just thought it needs milliseconds so i wondered why nothing is happening (of course because 1000 seconds take some time :D)
[23:21] <Encrypt> :p
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[23:23] <gordonDrogon> Waldi_, sorry - been in the kitchen
[23:24] <gordonDrogon> Waldi_, https://git.drogon.net/?p=wiringPi;a=blob;f=examples/softTone.c
[23:24] <Waldi_> gordonDrogon no prob :D the tetris melodie is already playing out of the speaker
[23:24] <Waldi_> xD
[23:24] <gordonDrogon> a-ha :)
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[23:25] <Waldi_> http://pastebin.com/kLKxzwSh
[23:25] <gordonDrogon> excellent :)
[23:26] <gordonDrogon> rather than usleep() you can use delay() for milliseconds, and delayMicroseconds() for �S.
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[23:26] <Waldi_> oh yeah i forgot 'bout that thank you :D
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[23:27] <Waldi_> gordonDrogon is it possible to play a audio file that way?
[23:27] <gordonDrogon> you might want to create an array or 2 to hold the tones in too, rather then run them in seauence.
[23:28] <gordonDrogon> Waldi_, not really - it's just a very simple squarewave generator.
[23:28] <Waldi_> ok
[23:28] <gordonDrogon> you really ought to look at how Linux plays audio to do anything "proper". softTone was just an amusing hack for me :)
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