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IRC Log for 2014-02-18

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[0:00] <Raynerd> �30 is more affordable for sure.
[0:00] <SiC> the £30 is nearly the same as the £60, just doesnt have the wind direction
[0:00] <SiC> has outside windspeed, rainfall, temperature and humidity
[0:00] <SiC> the pi+arduino lives inside
[0:00] <SiC> as it receives it wirelessly
[0:01] <SiC> http://www.maplin.co.uk/p/professional-wireless-weather-centre-n25fr?utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_term=14P2_W3_D6&utm_content=Product-5&utm_campaign=14P2-20
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[0:01] <SiC> I forget the manufacturer of those weather stations for a moment
[0:01] <Raynerd> it certainly looks similar. In fact, the sensor part looks identical minus the wind direction. Just the data panel looks slightly less complex
[0:01] <SiC> they're all made pretty much by the same company
[0:01] <SiC> ah remembered
[0:01] <Raynerd> yes... I was googling the other night.
[0:01] <SiC> fine offset
[0:01] <SiC> http://www.foshk.com/
[0:01] <Raynerd> that is the one!
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[0:02] <Raynerd> I actually had a second hand one offered me for �20 yesterday, tested and posted but then for �30 I suppose I`d better go new
[0:02] <SiC> I'm just lashing an atmel with an arduino bootloader on into the pi
[0:02] <SiC> next step is to solder it up on a bit of veroboard
[0:02] <SiC> a gertduino probably would work just as well
[0:03] <Raynerd> :-p you are losing me now! I`m only just getting into this really.
[0:03] <SiC> https://github.com/SevenW/wirelessweather and https://github.com/lucsmall/BetterWH2
[0:03] <SiC> gertduino is a arduino that plugs into a Pi
[0:03] <SiC> basically
[0:03] <SiC> then you attach a 433mhz receiver into the gertduino/arduino
[0:03] <Raynerd> gert board/
[0:03] <Raynerd> ?
[0:04] <SiC> that then does the demodulation (with the above libraries)
[0:04] <SiC> and then spit the data out over the serial lines
[0:04] <SiC> which is then picked up on the Pi over serial
[0:04] <SiC> into python, etc for further processing
[0:04] <Raynerd> OK, sounds interesting. So why is the arduino/gert needed? Why not direct into pi?
[0:04] <SiC> http://www.element14.com/community/docs/DOC-64326/l/gertduino-add-on-board-for-raspberry-pi <- I think its done by the same guy as the gertboard
[0:04] <SiC> you could do, but the Pi isn't great for timing stuff
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[0:05] <SiC> plus the protocol side is all done in that library
[0:05] <SiC> plus the protocol side is all done in the libraries above
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[0:05] <Raynerd> ok, fair enough. So how far through are you with it now?
[0:06] <SiC> in theory, it could be entirely possible for the Pi to shutdown, the gertdruino/arduino takes the data and after a set time (half hour? hour? etc) fire the Pi to spit it over wifi
[0:06] <SiC> that way it could run off batteries
[0:06] <SiC> got it receiving data ok, next step is to pump the data into the pi to do something with it
[0:06] <Raynerd> That is a nice idea!
[0:06] <SiC> the arduino bit is like a half hour job tbh
[0:07] <SiC> those libraries do all the hardwork for you
[0:08] <Raynerd> looks v good.
[0:08] <SiC> it almost feels like cheating
[0:08] <SiC> but using 433mhz (i.e. wirelessly reciving straight from the outdoor weather station), allows all the weather vane stuff stay outside
[0:08] <SiC> up in the air
[0:08] <Raynerd> Well I am envious - it looks a nice bit of kit but don`t think I`d be confident enough to set it up without a "for dummies" guide :-p
[0:09] <SiC> and the Pi,etc which isn't as waterproof, can stay inside in the warm :)
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[0:09] <SiC> have you done much coding before?
[0:09] <Raynerd> SiC - that is a good point as my pi is having to stay outside
[0:09] <Raynerd> Right - I gotta go!
[0:09] <SiC> np
[0:09] <SiC> cya!
[0:09] <Raynerd> god night
[0:09] <Raynerd> good even
[0:09] <SiC> have fun with the project ;)
[0:09] <Raynerd> thanks man, you too!
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[0:17] <basti> hmm. i dont have any gpio output anymore. i have 3.3 an 5 on the relevant pins, but when i set some pin to high i measure 0v. i did not shortcut it or anything. when i read the state of the pin, it is high
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[0:20] <basti> it seems that only certain pins dont output anymore. what happened?
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[0:21] <basti> can you fry it only "a bit"?
[0:21] <SiC> yes
[0:21] <SiC> you can blow individual GPIO pins
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[0:23] <basti> hmm. i did connect that pin to an relais board. so it could have only been 3.3V. dont understand what happened
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[0:24] <basti> http://nopaste.info/66b10f50bd.html
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[0:32] <basti> it is not THAT bad, but i still dont understand how that could have happened. usual relais board. external 5v to vd-vcc, ground, 3.3v to vcc, pin 3 to in.
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[1:14] <theTroy> Hi, does anyone know if it is possible to boot linux installed on USB while you have already booted into the SD card linux? I do not mean via restarting of the pi, but actually performing run-time boot of the other kernel
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[1:16] <ShorTie> like virtual box http://www.raspberrypi.org/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f=41&t=2961
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[1:17] <theTroy> ShorTie: no, that keep the current OS running, the point is effectively to boot from current runtime into a different runtime, shutting down the current one in the process WITHOUT restarting pi
[1:18] <theTroy> i.e. imagine you booted raspbian A, then in terminal wrote something like "bootload raspbian B.img", it will transfer execution state to the raspbian B kernel and clear our the A from the memory
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[1:19] <ShorTie> can you do that on any kind of computer ??
[1:19] <sirderpalot> yes.
[1:19] <theTroy> Thats what GRUB does effectively... or any other bootloader
[1:19] <ShorTie> what advantage is it ??
[1:19] <pksato> Linux kernel have hability to replace it self for new version (or not).
[1:19] <shiftplusone> no
[1:20] <shiftplusone> kexec doesn't work on the pi
[1:20] <sirderpalot> ShorTie: no need for "reboots" after upgrading kernel
[1:20] <ShorTie> no, grub just boots diferent kernels
[1:20] <theTroy> the point is to set up an SSH-capable bootloader on read-only SD card that would be able to boot other images from USB stick
[1:20] <sirderpalot> ssh-capable bootloader? o.o
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[1:20] <sirderpalot> that's no bootloader... that's an os! D:
[1:20] <theTroy> basically a bare-bone linux install that would play a role of bootloader
[1:20] <shiftplusone> there is a bootloader
[1:20] <ShorTie> berryboot might wor for you then
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[1:20] <theTroy> I think NOOBS/Berryboot works through restarting pi
[1:21] <theTroy> if I am not mistaken
[1:21] <shiftplusone> correct
[1:21] <shiftplusone> well not berryboot
[1:21] <theTroy> So it would not work in case of read-only SD card
[1:21] <shiftplusone> IIRC berryboot uses switch_root or pivot_root instead
[1:21] <theTroy> hmm?
[1:21] <shiftplusone> so the advantage of NOOBS is that you can run a different kernel for each distro, which you can't do with berryboot
[1:22] <shiftplusone> (last time I checked)
[1:22] <theTroy> interesting
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[1:23] <theTroy> my aim is to create a robust headless install
[1:23] <theTroy> which I can send off for colocation
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[1:23] <theTroy> i.e. read-only SD card with SSH OS that is able to boot into other OSes
[1:23] <theTroy> as pis tend to corrupt SDs/USBs
[1:24] <shiftplusone> NOOBS is open and uses buildroot, so you can easily modify it to add whatever features you need (like SSH)
[1:24] <theTroy> but as we mentioned before, it restarts pi to boot other OS
[1:24] <theTroy> hence it would not work with read-only SD card
[1:24] <shiftplusone> why don't you want to restart?
[1:24] <theTroy> as it would not be able to alter the config
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[1:25] <shiftplusone> oh right
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[1:25] <shiftplusone> I am actually not 100% sure how NOOBS specifies which kernel to boot.
[1:26] <theTroy> I was trying to find out, but its quite difficult without actually digging into the code
[1:26] <shiftplusone> I can take a look later if you don't figure it out.
[1:26] <theTroy> berryboot is also not a great option due to kernel limitation (i.e. I would not be able to update the kernel)
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[1:26] <shiftplusone> If it's read-only, you wouldn't be able to do it anyway though O_o
[1:26] <theTroy> well, definitely not going to do it now as its sleepy-sleepy time soon :)
[1:27] <theTroy> shiftplusone: as discussed before, berryboot seems to boot other OS via switch_root
[1:27] <theTroy> which does not require restart
[1:27] <theTroy> so you could have read-only SD card and boot into USB OS
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[1:27] <shiftplusone> you said you may want to change the kernel
[1:27] <theTroy> via switch_root
[1:27] <theTroy> yes
[1:27] <theTroy> in which case berryboot won't work
[1:27] <theTroy> doesn't mean it can't be done :P
[1:27] <shiftplusone> "I would not be able to update the kernel" how would it work at all with a read only sd card?
[1:28] <ShorTie> leave bootberry alone and just rename your kernel
[1:28] <shiftplusone> have you considered u-boot and fetching the kernel from the net?
[1:29] <shiftplusone> (I am not sure if it has that capability on the pi, but it's worth looking into.
[1:30] <theTroy> uboot works on pi
[1:31] <theTroy> difficulty is that it does not support ssh
[1:31] <shiftplusone> sure, but at least you can boot a kernel which does and can switch_root or do whatever you want.
[1:31] <shiftplusone> so you get the ability to switch kernels and boot whichever OS you want
[1:32] <theTroy> what if the place where kernels are located becomes corrupt?
[1:32] <shiftplusone> you mean online or on the sd card?
[1:32] <theTroy> right, anyhow, I will have a think, have to go now, some good ideas were stated though :P
[1:33] <shiftplusone> 'night
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[1:40] <[styx]> I am having some trouble with installing the latests version on libtorrent on my pi it says I need to update 2.13-38+rpi2 to atleast 2.17 but cant find any info anywhere
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[2:09] <[styx]> `anyone?
[2:10] <shiftplusone> not really much information in the question.
[2:10] <shiftplusone> How are you installing it, what says you need the higher version?
[2:11] <[styx]> ill get alog
[2:11] <[styx]> http://pastebin.com/pU1JErvv
[2:12] <shiftplusone> oh
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[2:12] <shiftplusone> you're installing a third party deb which wasn't built for wheezy.
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[2:13] <[styx]> ah ok
[2:14] <shiftplusone> wait though, I am still looking into it a little
[2:14] <[styx]> yeah ive been googling all day
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[2:15] <[styx]> I have the previous version that installs with deluge but its buggy and casues deluge to crash
[2:16] <shiftplusone> where did you get that .deb ?
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[2:18] <[styx]> https://packages.debian.org/jessie/armhf/libtorrent-rasterbar7/download
[2:18] <[styx]> I think thats is
[2:18] <[styx]> *it
[2:18] <[styx]> so jessie not wheezy
[2:18] <shiftplusone> oh dear
[2:18] <shiftplusone> don't do that
[2:19] <[styx]> yeah ive already removed and purged the package
[2:19] <shiftplusone> debian's armhf is not compatible with the pi
[2:19] <shiftplusone> that's why we have raspbian
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[2:20] <shiftplusone> you can, if you wish, upgrade your raspbian install to jessie, but that would be at your own risk
[2:21] <[styx]> is ut useable?
[2:21] <shiftplusone> sure, but are you sure that you need to run that particular version of that particular package?
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[2:22] <[styx]> If I want to have a torretnbox yeah
[2:22] <[styx]> with the older version of libtorrent deluge crashes every 10 minutes
[2:22] <[styx]> I thought of having a script thatd reopen everytime it crashed but thats kind of beyone my skills
[2:23] <shiftplusone> what I am asking is, are you sure that you need to use deluge rather than transmission and that this other version of this lib would fix the deluge crashes?
[2:24] <[styx]> changing clients was what I was going to look into next. And thats what the guys in #deluge said was causing it to crash
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[2:24] <[styx]> I will look into other options
[2:25] <[styx]> Thankyou for your help
[2:25] <shiftplusone> k, but did they say it's a know problem that has been resolved in the other version of the lib?
[2:25] <shiftplusone> or did they just say, "it's crashing because of this lib, try a newer version" without actually knowing if that will help
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[2:26] <[styx]> He said it was crashing becasue of the lib and look to the forums for help
[2:26] <[styx]> I found a post but I cant find it now
[2:27] <shiftplusone> sounds like too much hassle when there are lighter alternatives that do the same thing without any problems.
[2:28] <[styx]> yeah will look into transmission or rtorrent
[2:28] <[styx]> now to move on to other porjects
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[3:45] <rikkib> Two PIR sensors ready to go... http://www.zlham.geek.nz/images/news/rpi-pir.jpg
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[4:22] <rikkib> 2 x RPi, 1 x NoIR camera and 1 camera case in my hands only 24 hours after ordering from E14.
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[4:56] <na_th_an> my pi works fine, but when I reboot it won't turn back on. I have to remove power and reset. Any ideas on how to fix this?
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[7:05] <Roquentin> Hey. I had a question. In terms of pure knowledge, what's the bare minimum that I would need to know to build a pi powered weight sensor?
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[7:40] <treeherder> hasannybody got opengl working properly?
[7:40] <treeherder> as anybody*
[7:41] <Xark> treeherder: What do you mean? Have you tried the samples in /opt/vc ?
[7:41] <treeherder> when i try to compile openscad i get a crazy error in glew.h
[7:41] <treeherder> about conflicting typedefs
[7:42] <treeherder> i will recreate the error so we can have some context
[7:42] <treeherder> (might take a while)
[7:42] <Xark> treeherder: RPi only has OpenGL ES (different than OpenGL).
[7:43] <AbbyTheRat> powered weight sensor? interesting.. I don't seen it being very accurate however
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[7:45] <treeherder> this isn't on raspian
[7:45] <treeherder> it's actually armel ubuntu on a freescale
[7:45] <treeherder> but the deps are the same across platforms
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[7:46] <treeherder> roquentin left, huh
[7:46] <treeherder> i have a relevant knowledge base
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[11:05] <Otyugh> My "date" is now at 1970. Why can't the raspberry syncrhonize his date anymore ? Server down ? :o
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[11:15] <treeherder> the world began in 1970
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[11:37] <CDR`> Otyugh can't you get the time manually from an nntp server?
[11:38] <CDR`> Try http://www.raspberrypi.org/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f=26&t=18222 ?
[11:38] <Otyugh> I finally did addworked following https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?pid=1343305
[11:38] <Otyugh> oops
[11:39] <Otyugh> well I forget to erase my first sentendce before continue the second é_è
[11:40] <Otyugh> I don't know if it was the ntpd -qg that changed anything, but after restarting ntpd, it seemed to work.
[11:41] <CDR`> ok
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[11:41] <Otyugh> I'm not very confortable with the thing
[11:42] <Otyugh> I even saw that there was nothing such as "ntp*" running at all. Odd.
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[11:43] <Otyugh> (doing "ps aux | grep ntp")
[11:43] <CDR`> I've not messed with ntp for a while, since I tried to get gps + ntp working together
[11:44] <Otyugh> I never messed up with ntp before because the default setting worked just okay before. I don't know what changed :s
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[11:48] <ShorTie> did you do a upgrade without a reboot maybe ??
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[11:50] <Otyugh> When something goes wrong, first thing is, reboot time. So I don't think so ^^
[11:52] <ShorTie> ok, just burnin up a brian cell or 2 .. :/~
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[11:59] <g105b> Anyone got any tips for interfacing with a PLC that outputs via RS485 port over MODBUS?
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[12:01] <ShorTie> wouldn't that be backwards ??
[12:03] <ShorTie> would it not be modbus over rs485 ??
[12:03] <g105b> ShorTie: yes, terminology error.
[12:04] <ShorTie> so all you need is a rs485 connection, then you should be golden
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[12:08] <ShorTie> something like this might work https://www.sparkfun.com/products/10124
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[12:19] <g105b> Lovely, thanks ShorTie
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[12:29] <ShorTie> np, but don't be hung on that 1
[12:29] <ShorTie> a simple google of 'raspberry pi rs485' returns plenty more
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[12:37] * ShorTie thinkz, and if you add modbus you might find some prefab code
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[13:04] <local> hello all. Yesterday I asked here on the channel about an issue where "logcheck" is generating an infinite CPU load >90% CPU because "egrep" is running under logcheck user. I have some RPi's running with same configuration, and they are not showing this issue.
[13:05] <local> I have found out, that the particular RPi which shows this issue, is running the package "uv4l" and "uv4l-raspicam". These packages create a device driver called /dev/video0. I am not sure, why. But ==> when these uv4l-packages are installed, logcheck is showing this strange behaviour.
[13:06] <local> Just want to share this information and ask if anyone else is experiencing this issue/bug ? How could I troubleshoot/debug that? Why is causing this package such a problem for logcheck's mechanisms?
[13:08] <local> unfortunately I didn't find any hits on Google with "logcheck uv4l"
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[13:17] <ShorTie> it might be because the rPi camera v4l drivers are not standard API
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[13:49] <ShorTie> local, you might want to try the offical v4l drivers also
[13:49] <local> ShorTie: what does that mean in detail? why does it confuse logcheck as result?
[13:50] <local> ShorTie: how can I obtain them?
[13:50] <ShorTie> oh, i don't know for logcheck
[13:50] <ShorTie> they are in apt-get
[13:52] <ShorTie> sorry don't have a rPi booted at the moment
[13:52] <ShorTie> but a simple 'apt-cache search v4l' should find them for you
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[13:58] <ShorTie> and don't forget the 'rpi-update' to get the latest firmware
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[14:00] <local> ShorTie: don't understand why I should obtain any V4L driver. I did read many tutorials which explain how to use "motion" on a RPi with the raspicam installed. They all explain how to install and use "uv4l" and "uv4l-raspicam" package. Did never read anything about default V4L driver. Any clues?
[14:02] <ShorTie> what are you trying to do if i can ask ??
[14:03] <ShorTie> this might solve all your woo's http://www.raspberrypi.org/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f=43&t=63276&sid=96bf7ec98e798480ee644c010e0bb55c
[14:04] <ShorTie> and i don't think the official drivers was out when uv4l came to be
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[14:07] <local> I would like to use "motion" to capture pictures+videos of the raspicam
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[14:08] <local> I will look into the link you posted
[14:08] <ShorTie> that link furnishes that with a simple install script
[14:08] <ShorTie> hint, run the installer from root
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[14:17] <local> what is the (dis-/)advantage of the way described on the link you posted, in comparison to all the other tutorials on the net which describe they uv4l, uv4l-raspicam and motion installation?
[14:18] <ShorTie> it just 'works' unlike the others
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[14:20] <local> ShorTie: ?? the others work, too. There are many tuts and youtube videos demonstrating it
[14:21] <ShorTie> what ever, i'm going be what jbeal said
[14:22] <ShorTie> and personal experience
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[14:28] <ShorTie> it has a unistaller built in, so it's no real biggie to try it
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[14:28] <t_dot_zilla> so, i have a question, i'd like to use my partition uuid (PARTUUID) in the cmdline.txt boot file but, each time i run gdisk /dev/sda, then 'i' for info, the 'Partition unique GUID' listed is different
[14:29] <t_dot_zilla> i think this might because the partition table scan shows MBR only
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[14:43] <t_dot_zilla> does anyone use initrd on the pi?
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[14:46] <ShorTie> try here maybe http://www.raspberrypi.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f=28&t=7626
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[15:02] <t_dot_zilla> " Now initrd support is included in the stock kernel using initrd and all the features it allows is much easier."
[15:02] <t_dot_zilla> https://github.com/raspberrypi/linux/issues/392
[15:02] <t_dot_zilla> is this true? if so, how do i use it?
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[15:27] <t_dot_zilla> arggg
[15:27] <t_dot_zilla> rpi-update did something wrong and now my pi won't come up
[15:27] <t_dot_zilla> damn it
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[17:06] <spikerd> morning
[17:06] <spikerd> anybody around using the camera module that also does video editing on linux?
[17:07] <spikerd> still trying to figure out how to get that working, streaming works just fine from the pi to my box, but recording a video, saving it and trying to move it won't work in any video editing app
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[17:13] <gordonDrogon> I imagine a Pi will be somewhat slow for video editing.
[17:13] <gordonDrogon> The only Linux based editor I've used is OpenShot...
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[17:15] <Tachyon`> might be a bit slow for video editing
[17:15] <Tachyon`> needs a lot of ram and fast storage
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[17:21] <spikerd> gordonDrogon: Tachyon`: sorry I meant editing on linux
[17:22] <spikerd> a video recorded on the pi
[17:22] <spikerd> the problem is, if I record a video there and then bring it to my machine nothing will edit it
[17:22] <spikerd> neither cinelerra nor openshot open that video
[17:22] <spikerd> even tho both says they have h264 support
[17:22] <spikerd> not sure what I'm doing wrong
[17:23] <spikerd> also I have a model B which supposedly has 512MB ram, but running free on raspbian I only see 311
[17:27] <spikerd> uhm, sonuds like I might have to play with the firmware
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[17:28] <local> when I want to add some custom IPTABLE rules, they won't survice a system reboot. Is there a file where I can add my custom rules so they will also survive a system reboot? How can I make them persistent?
[17:29] <spikerd> oh yeah, gpu memory
[17:29] <local> I tried a "locate iptable |more" but I couldn't find any config file or similar which contain the rules. Any help appreciated
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[17:31] <gordonDrogon> spikerd, I've not tried to edit a video made by the Pi - maybe one day...
[17:32] <gordonDrogon> spikerd, also with 'free' you'll see memory allocated in cache and buffers - that's normal. the ideal situation is actually for there to be no free memory - and have it all in buffers/cache - that's to make file access faster. loading/running programs will release this as needed.
[17:33] <spikerd> gordonDrogon: yeah, no, that wasn't it, my prob was shared ram for gpu
[17:33] <spikerd> I just read http://hubcitylabs.org/unlocking-your-new-raspberry-pis-512mb-of-memory/
[17:34] <spikerd> and changed my boot/config, rebooting now to see if it works
[17:34] <neilr> local: save the table rules with sudo iptables-save > /blah/iptables.conf. Then load them in your /etc/network/interface file with something like "post-up iptables-restore < /blah/iptables.conf". Can't remember the exact syntax now.
[17:34] <spikerd> since I don't use ex, this is just as a mini server for a security camera so I don't need video processing there, but I need as much mem as I can for buffering
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[17:35] <gordonDrogon> spikerd, I have gpu_mem=16M - I think that's the smallest.
[17:35] <spikerd> yeah, that's what I set too (and what's in that article)
[17:36] <spikerd> I'm working through this: http://www.instructables.com/id/Raspberry-Pi-as-low-cost-HD-surveillance-camera/?ALLSTEPS
[17:36] <gordonDrogon> spikerd, you may also want a small swapfile and to increase the swappiness.... that should make less used programs be migrated to swap when a little more memory is needed.
[17:36] <local> spikerd: you cannot use 16MB as GPU memory, when you want to use the RaspiCam Module
[17:36] <spikerd> and I can get it to stream to mplayer on my nix box, but as I said if I record the video to the SD card and then move it over and try to edit nothing will open it
[17:37] <local> try to use gpu_mem=128 @/boot/config.txt
[17:37] <spikerd> local: how come? isn't it just data coming from the camera and streamed onto the net? is the GPU used for something? I'm not doing any processing on the pi
[17:37] <spikerd> local: yeah that's what I had
[17:38] <local> I remember to have red somewhere, that min. 64 (or 128MB) should be used when using the RaspiCam Module. I don't remember the explanation though
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[17:38] <spikerd> well, setting 16 seems to not have worked anyway... maybe it auto oevrode it somewhere because of them cam being enabled?
[17:38] <spikerd> itreads 374 now
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[17:38] <spikerd> which is more than 311 it read before, but still not 512-16
[17:39] <local> raspi-config, disable cam, enable cam... reboot
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[17:39] <spikerd> ok, lemme test if that makes a diff
[17:39] <local> try it and check how many GPU_mem is used. raspi-config tool will fix/adjust that automatically IIRC
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[17:39] <spikerd> rebooting
[17:42] <spikerd> it made a diff however it still doesn't add up
[17:42] <spikerd> missing 12MB
[17:42] <spikerd> now it's at 485
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[17:42] <spikerd> and the setting if config.txt is 16
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[17:42] <spikerd> so I'm still short of 11MB
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[17:43] <Darkwater> hey, I'm trying to set up X on my pi (using alarm) and I want to eventually run X without an actual screen
[17:43] <Darkwater> instead I want to stream the desktop with ffmpeg
[17:44] <Darkwater> does anyone know how I'd do this?
[17:44] <local> spikerd: what exactly are you missing? if you have configured 16MB for GPU, than your RPi shows 485MBs of free memory, that's normal IMHO.
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[17:44] <local> what do you expect ?
[17:45] <spikerd> not free, total
[17:45] <spikerd> 485 total
[17:45] <local> yes, sorry, I also did mean TOTAL
[17:46] <local> all my RPi's running with 16M GPU memory show me TOTAL=485 when "free -m"
[17:46] <spikerd> well pardon my dumb question, but shouldn't total + 16 for the gpu = 512?
[17:46] <nid0> 512 ish, yes
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[17:48] <spikerd> oh urgh
[17:48] <spikerd> just ran free -k for the sake of it and it came up at 496
[17:48] <local> spikerd: I'm sorried, I don't know where the 11MB are used by the RPi. The only thing I can say is: all my RPi's show 485M free memory when I use the command 'free -m'
[17:48] <nid0> its just rounding.
[17:48] <spikerd> how is it rounding 496944 to 485??
[17:48] <spikerd> yeah, was gonna ask that :)
[17:49] <nid0> because it is
[17:49] <nid0> 496944 / 1024 = 485.296875
[17:49] <nid0> = 485
[17:49] <spikerd> oh, you're right, good catch
[17:50] <spikerd> mystery solved, thanks guys
[17:50] <spikerd> gonna re-enable the cam and see what happens
[17:51] <spikerd> so yeah, back to my original question, any thought on why I can stream just fine to mplayer as per tutorial, but if I record and save locally even mplayer won't play it?
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[17:51] <spikerd> I'd expect the pi to send over the same encoded stream it saves to disk
[17:51] <spikerd> no added magic when it writes locally, but maybe not
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[17:55] <spikerd> yep, regardless of 16MB setting in config.txt enabling the camera automatically took total mem down to 374MB
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[17:57] <local> spikerd: that's what I explained before...
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[18:01] <spikerd> local: yes, thanks, was just confirming from the test since we talked about disabling and rebooting, etc
[18:01] <spikerd> thanks
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[20:04] <thebeav> My friend just posed a question to me and I have no idea what the correct answer is. How can you overvolt the pi to 6 volts via software configuration when the power supplied to the board is only 5 volts?
[20:05] <SpeedEvil> you can't.
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[20:05] <SpeedEvil> Overvolting in that manner does nothing.
[20:05] <IT_Sean> ^ that
[20:05] <SpeedEvil> Overvolting to 6V supply at best will not promptly kill the pi.
[20:05] <IT_Sean> in fact, applying 6v to your Pi would release the magical blue smoke
[20:05] <SpeedEvil> It may well kill it instantly though
[20:05] <IT_Sean> it would likely go *FZZLPOP!*
[20:06] <IT_Sean> and the smell... ohhh ye gods the smell... the smell would be horiffic!
[20:07] <thebeav> so the overvolt_voltage option in /boot/config.txt does absolutely nothing?
[20:07] <thebeav> *over_voltage
[20:08] <SpeedEvil> It doesn't change the input voltasge - that remains at 5V
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[20:22] <Raynerd> Simple python but driving me crazy!!
[20:23] <Raynerd> name = raw_input
[20:24] <Raynerd> if name is "chris" or. if name == "chris". Either way syntax error.
[20:24] <Raynerd> The examples I google are all related to numbers which I've tested and work I just cant get it to work with a string.
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[20:33] <thebeav> Finally found the answer I believe. CPU voltage is default 1.2V. The over_voltage parameter is how many increments of 0.025V over the default it will run at. So "over_voltage = 6" will set a CPU voltage of 1.35V (not 6V like I stupidly thought). Is that right?
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[20:35] <linustorvalds> /join #savedbythebell
[20:36] <rikkib> That is correct...
[20:37] <rikkib> Over voltage refers to the core voltage.
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[21:31] <Demon_Jester> Hey guys, I hooked up a webcam to my raspberry pi, and I decided to reboot it with my webcam still plugged in, and when the raspberry pi came back online it connected via wired connection just fine, but as soon as my webcam lit up and turned off rpi wired connection dropped, what could be causing this?
[21:31] <Demon_Jester> I knew it was dropping since it closed my ssh connection
[21:32] <IT_Sean> Probably not enough powah to run both the network and the USB webcam. Try putting the cam on a powered hub
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[21:34] <knob> Demon_Jester, what IT_Sean said... 99.99% sure that's the problem.
[21:35] <Demon_Jester> oh i see
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[21:37] <IT_Sean> keep in mind the ethernet port on the Pi is really, at it's most basic, a USB <-> Ethernet adapter.
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[22:30] <trickyhero_> how are you supposed to find which way is the begining when reading resistpr codes, since the ones I have don't have a gold or silver band
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[22:32] <ozzzy> it'll start at one end
[22:32] <ozzzy> not in the middle
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[22:36] <Jonnyw2k> start from the band closest to the edge?
[22:37] <Jonnyw2k> or use an ohm meter
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[22:38] <helljawz> take a look at my alarm script for pi
[22:38] <helljawz> http://pastebin.com/bnCzKWuD
[22:38] <trickyhero_> yeah just using a ohm meter is probably the way to do it for these things, got them in a big kit
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[22:41] <rikkib> Watt?
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[22:41] <IT_Sean> oooohhhhmmmm
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[22:51] <tabhoo> join #debian
[22:51] <tabhoo> whoops :)
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[22:56] <rikkib> mho no
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[23:41] <jonascj> Hi all. Anyone who know a place with in-stock touch tft displays like the PiTFT? I've been searching around for an hour now without luck so I've decided to ask if anyone (by chance) knows of any :)
[23:41] <jonascj> www.adafruit.com/products/1601
[23:41] <ShorTie> trickyhero_, that makes them 20% tolerance
[23:43] <ShorTie> the long colorless end is the same as gold (5%) , silver (10%), no mark is 20%
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[23:43] <trickyhero_> oh thanks ShorTie
[23:43] <ShorTie> No Problem
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