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IRC Log for 2014-03-19

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[0:00] <gordonDrogon> DoctorD90, the I2C pinas have on-board 1K8 pull-up resistors.
[0:00] <basketballl> shiftplusone, it blinks once
[0:00] <Zylinx> ok so wait if its not a power issue and its not a SD problem... then what could it be? the wifi dongle ?
[0:01] <Zylinx> just hypothetically speaking here
[0:01] <kay-z> Zylinx: bad power regulator on the usb port
[0:01] <DoctorD90> ok. i add a 1K8 resistor to pin 27, and trougth software i change it every 1 ms. what the different from pwm?
[0:01] <shiftplusone> Zylinx, the wifi stick gets my vote, until there's further information at least.
[0:01] <clever> DoctorD90: if the cpu usage gets bad, it will not change every 1ms
[0:01] <shiftplusone> phire, out of curiosity, what's the voltage on the 3.3v line?
[0:01] <clever> DoctorD90: it may stay on or off for longer then you intended
[0:01] <gordonDrogon> DoctorD90, why are you adding a 1K8 resistor?
[0:02] <phire> shiftplusone, 3.299v
[0:02] <DoctorD90> gordonDrogon: you tell that sda has 1K8 resistor...i.add the same resistor to an other pin...so both pins are "electrical" the same....
[0:03] <gordonDrogon> DoctorD90, why? The 2 I2C pins have them because they need them as part of the I2C protocol.
[0:03] <DoctorD90> clever instead sda what is the dirrefent? from where it takes its clock?
[0:03] <Zylinx> kay-z: you mean voltage regulator on the power supply ?
[0:03] <shiftplusone> hm
[0:03] <clever> DoctorD90: sda is part of the hardware serial i2c interface, it will shift the bits out on its own
[0:03] <kay-z> Zylinx: no, i mean the outgoing voltage regulator on the pi's usb port
[0:03] <clever> DoctorD90: but if the arm core is too busy, it may not refill the i2c buffer in time, and then that will return to its idle state
[0:04] <basketballl> shiftplusone, it blinked once
[0:04] <phire> shiftplusone, the 4.53v is the voltage measured across TP1/TP2
[0:04] <kay-z> Zylinx: usb can provide power - if the regular is bad, it can provide too mch amps
[0:04] <DoctorD90> (i didnt know) ....btw, i add resistor to another pin...cant i let's became anothet pin another i2c interface?
[0:04] <phire> the actual input at the microusb port is higher
[0:04] <phire> 4.8v
[0:05] <shiftplusone> phire, yeah, I got that. It's just that usually when people come saying that their pi is freezing on high network load, their tp1-tp2 voltage is in that area.
[0:05] <DoctorD90> clever, do you "well" know i2c protocol/pin?
[0:05] <clever> DoctorD90: yeah
[0:05] <DoctorD90> ok, maybe you can help me....it is different between these:
[0:05] <phire> shiftplusone, I'm not using a high network load
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[0:06] <shiftplusone> I am just surprised it's stable.
[0:07] <DoctorD90> mcp23017/08, ULN2803, L293D, and PCA9685?
[0:07] <phire> shiftplusone, me too
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[0:08] <DoctorD90> i have look up to electric motors management. 1motor its ok. but for.multiple motors, i have need of an "hub" for i2c......i find this chip in learn.adafruit guide....but i dont reallu understand differences
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[0:09] <DoctorD90> 2 mcp, are different for number of pins, and ok. but others? in what they change?
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[0:09] <clever> DoctorD90: if you are abusing the i2c pin for pwm, then normal i2c parts wont work
[0:10] <clever> just get a proper motor controller, some have real i2c, so you can connect as many as you want on the i2c bus
[0:10] <phire> the PCA9685 is a PWM driver
[0:10] <DoctorD90> (i havent yet rpi...im just learning about it....and i would know well what i have to purchase, so i do only1order)
[0:10] <phire> which is what you want
[0:10] <basketballl> shiftplusone, what is the safest to overclock
[0:10] <devth> does the ethernet port on rpi light up when it’s connected?
[0:10] <Zylinx> kay-z, ahh right, i didnt know the pi had that. but if the pi is giving out too much power to the wifi dongle. wouldnt that cause a voltage drop ? im running at 4.95V and drawing less than 700ma with the dongle plugged in (i have Rev2)
[0:11] <phire> devth, the lights next to power/ok lightup
[0:11] <DoctorD90> clever, phire, but what is the different between that chip/board?
[0:12] <phire> DoctorD90, that board lets you program pwm values into it over i2c and it will continually output
[0:12] <devth> the single red led at PWR is lit up but ethernet doesn’t seem to connect. first time using a rpi. i have latest raspbian os mounted on my sd card. i thought ethernet would “just work” (dhcp is enabled).
[0:12] <DoctorD90> on walktrougth, they are used to manage more then 1 motor at times
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[0:12] <phire> devth, no lights mean no cable is connected
[0:12] <DoctorD90> ah......
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[0:13] <devth> phire: ok. then i don’t know what’s up cause i tried 2 cables, comfirmed to be working on my laptop.
[0:13] <phire> is the operating system booted?
[0:13] <devth> don’t know. i’m trying to set it up headless. don’t have a keyboard, and prefer ssh
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[0:14] <devth> popped the card in and powered it up. i assumed the OS would just boot up.
[0:14] <phire> Is the green ok light flashing during boot at all?
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[0:14] <devth> nope
[0:14] <phire> ok, card is wrong
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[0:14] <devth> ah. i formatted MS-DOS FAT
[0:14] <devth> wrote the image using `dd`
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[0:14] <DoctorD90> instead l293d has a /\time with which it calculates the voltage to give....but rpi sends data in a serial ways.....with PCA, it sends data, and PCA mind to continusly send data to devices?
[0:14] <phire> devth, what dd command did you use?
[0:15] * rc0mbs is now known as rcombs
[0:15] <phire> no need to format it fat first
[0:15] <Zylinx> shiftplusone, phire, kay-z. Thank you for the help! im off to tinker some more....
[0:15] <devth> sudo dd if=2014-01-07-wheezy-raspbian.img of=/dev/disk3 bs=2m
[0:15] <DoctorD90> ok, too many questions maybe...i.will wait ^^ thx.to all 3 :) gordonDrogon phire and clever ^^
[0:15] <phire> wait, what is /dev/disk3?
[0:16] <devth> it’s what showed up in diskutil list
[0:16] <basketballl> shiftplusone, i got it to work what should i install
[0:16] <phire> DoctorD90, l293d is an h-bridge
[0:16] <phire> it's either full on fowards, fully on backwards or fully off
[0:17] <DoctorD90> eh....lol! ...what is an h-bridge? xD ...i said...i wait...help devth before :)
[0:17] <phire> devth, which operating system are you using?
[0:17] <devth> now when i put the sd card back in, it’s under /dev/disk2. looks like 3 partitions
[0:17] <devth> osx mavericks
[0:17] <devth> 0: FDisk_partition_scheme *31.9 GB disk2
[0:17] <devth> 1: Windows_FAT_32 boot 58.7 MB disk2s1
[0:17] <devth> 2: Linux 2.9 GB disk2s2
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[0:18] <phire> ok, that dd command looks good
[0:18] <linuxstb> devth: No, that's two partitions - s1 and s2.
[0:19] <devth> linuxstb: ah
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[0:19] <devth> hm, finding a slightly different dd command at https://www.andrewmunsell.com/blog/getting-started-raspberry-pi-install-raspbian
[0:19] <devth> i think i’ll try that
[0:20] <devth> "So, while we see the value /dev/disk1s4, we’ll need to remember the value /dev/rdisk1."
[0:20] <DoctorD90> ...devth, not.be bad, but to use NOOBS installation?
[0:20] <DoctorD90> maybe of may help you...
[0:20] <devth> requires that you hook up hdmi / keyboard and all that
[0:21] <devth> would have to go buy a keyboard :)
[0:21] <devth> and i have no need for a display hooked up to the rpi when all i want is ssh
[0:21] <linuxstb> devth: That card looks right. Using rdisk intead of disk won't make any difference (it's just faster I think). So I would try the more obvious things first - e.g. is the SD card inserted correctly? ;)
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[0:22] <DoctorD90> xD
[0:22] <devth> linuxstb: ok. and btw, i have a “boot” partition in osx when i plug sd card in
[0:22] <devth> all looks legit
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[0:23] <devth> although boot partition is 58 mb capacity, 39 used. shouldn’t it be more?
[0:23] <linuxstb> No, that's about right - it's just the GPU firmware and kernel. Everything else is on the second partition.
[0:23] <devth> ah, that doesn’t mount in osx aparently
[0:24] <linuxstb> No, OS X can't read it.
[0:24] <devth> ah. is it ext4?
[0:24] <devth> i guess i’d probably have an easier time doing this with ubuntu
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[0:24] <linuxstb> ext2, 3 or 4, I'm not sure.
[0:24] <clever> mine is ext4
[0:25] <linuxstb> In Ubuntu you would just do "dd" as well, so not much difference. I've written all my Raspbian images from OS X, without problems.
[0:25] <DoctorD90> devth but is your problem?
[0:25] <devth> ok. i’m putting the card back in the rpi
[0:25] <DoctorD90> what is*
[0:25] <devth> DoctorD90: board doesn’t boot up
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[0:25] <DoctorD90> uhm
[0:26] <linuxstb> devth: Read this? http://elinux.org/R-Pi_Troubleshooting
[0:26] <DoctorD90> it maybe stupid but: written block holder, on sd side, is disabled?
[0:26] <devth> linuxstb: i think you were right about card not fully inserted :)
[0:26] <DoctorD90> ... lol
[0:26] <devth> DoctorD90: i wasn’t even aware of that. first time using sd
[0:26] <devth> i think i was being to gentle on my brand new pi :)
[0:27] <basketballl> what keyboard layout is the normal us
[0:27] * linuxstb prepares the invoice
[0:27] <devth> heh. thanks linuxstb
[0:27] <DoctorD90> devth: have you ever use a floppy ?
[0:27] <devth> DoctorD90: true
[0:27] <devth> my camera uses cf, not sd
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[0:27] <devth> (which is why i’ve nver used sd)
[0:28] <phire> the sdcard might be incompatible
[0:28] <DoctorD90> it.is like floppy, on side there is (many sd has it) the slide with block on write
[0:28] <devth> DoctorD90: good to know
[0:28] <DoctorD90> like.in floppy...if it.is enabled, you cant write image of raspian on it....
[0:29] <devth> time to nmap to find the ip address
[0:29] <devth> got it
[0:29] <DoctorD90> but, wait...i give you a very good.well article...
[0:30] <devth> YES, i am ssh’d in
[0:30] <phire> :D
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[0:30] <devth> ok this is way more fun than arduino
[0:30] <DoctorD90> devth: http://learn.adafruit.com/lesson-0-getting-started/overview
[0:31] <devth> DoctorD90: thanks i’ll read up
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[0:31] <DoctorD90> check all lessons...it will explain you all...from prepare sd to start ssh and every else stuff :)
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[0:32] <basketballl> what keyboard layout is the normal us
[0:32] <devth> basketballl: qwerty?
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[0:33] <basketballl> devth, yeah
[0:33] <DoctorD90> phire: coming back to my list.... L293D is a H-bridge. what does it mean?
[0:33] <basketballl> devth, what is that under keyboard config
[0:33] <phire> DoctorD90, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/H_bridge
[0:34] <devth> basketballl: not sure. locale would probably be something like EN_US
[0:34] <basketballl> devth, it was the modle of the keyboard
[0:35] <devth> not sure :/
[0:35] * MichaelC3 is now known as MichaelC
[0:35] <basketballl> shiftplusone, u know
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[0:37] <DoctorD90> phire, ok. understand. forward, backword, locked, free
[0:38] <phire> and blow everything up!
[0:39] <DoctorD90> but what ppl means with "using pwm, we will controll velocity, in base of /\time between 2 output?
[0:39] <phire> pwm: switch on and off rapidly
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[0:39] <DoctorD90> and ok, indipendently from cpu "lag"/busy....this i have understand...
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[0:40] <DoctorD90> so this giving voltage every X ms, will "manage" rpm?
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[0:40] <DoctorD90> speed?
[0:40] <phire> yeah.
[0:41] <DoctorD90> .....but in this way i will burn it :/
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[0:41] <DoctorD90> 5mins of this and with 1 motor too all system self burn :/
[0:41] <phire> Unless you have servos, in which case the width of the pwm describes the angle of the servo
[0:42] <phire> describes -> controls
[0:42] <DoctorD90> ULN2803X
[0:42] <DoctorD90> ?*
[0:42] <DoctorD90> ah...servo means stepped motor?
[0:43] <DoctorD90> like hard.disk motor?
[0:43] <phire> servos and stepper moters are slightly diffrent
[0:43] <DoctorD90> ah..so ihave servo, motor, and stepped motor?
[0:43] <phire> the ULN2803 is basically 8 transistors packed into a single chip
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[0:44] <DoctorD90> UNL2803= L293D x2?
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[0:44] <phire> no
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[0:44] <phire> ULN2803 will drive 8 motors forwards
[0:45] <phire> or 2 stepper motors
[0:45] <phire> stepper motors have 4 different inputs, which you must apply power two in sequence
[0:45] <basketballl> can i install ubuntu software center in raspbian
[0:46] <phire> *to
[0:46] <phire> each wire will cause the stepper motor to step fowards (or backwards) one step
[0:47] <phire> good for accurate rotations, such as printers or scanners
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[0:47] <DoctorD90> stepper motors are that motors with 4/5 wire, that can be mono polared, bi-polared, rigth?
[0:48] <phire> something like that (I'm a software engineer)
[0:48] <basketballl> phire, can i install google chrome
[0:49] <phire> basketballl, you can install chromium, might not run well with so little memory
[0:49] <basketballl> how
[0:49] <DoctorD90> so, L293D basically is for back, forward. UNL is to manage 8 normal eletric.motors
[0:50] <DoctorD90> or servos
[0:50] <DoctorD90> and what are servo?
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[0:51] <phire> http://lmgtfy.com/?q=raspbian+chromium+install
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[0:51] <DoctorD90> lol
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[0:52] <phire> DoctorD90, do you want me to give you a lmgtfy link too?
[0:52] <DoctorD90> but UNL , with normal.motors,.manage like L293D? ..i mean, in base of width of.pwm, it may control speed?
[0:52] <DoctorD90> no,i will search later...
[0:53] <DoctorD90> i thougth that servo=stepped, so i havent googled before...
[0:54] <DoctorD90> phire? can we continue our lesson with other chip, or are you late?
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[0:55] <phire> what's the remaining chip?
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[0:56] <DoctorD90> mcp and pca
[0:56] <DoctorD90> mcp23008/17
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[0:56] <DoctorD90> and board pcaxxxxxxxx....
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[0:57] <DoctorD90> i would make.a.quadcopter, so i have to manage speed of 4 electric motors.simultaneously....so i would learn what i need and why :)
[0:58] <phire> that one is a port expander
[0:58] <phire> gives you extra gpio pins incase you run out of gpio pins on the pi
[0:58] <DoctorD90> what? mcp or pca?
[0:58] <phire> mcp
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[0:58] <DoctorD90> ah, easly...so nothing about pwm....
[0:59] <DoctorD90> or.maybe....if i connect.it to sda, i will get multiple sda
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[0:59] <phire> you can manually do pwm, but I wouldn't rely on that
[0:59] <phire> pca is a pwm expander, gives you 8 pwm ports
[0:59] <DoctorD90> but it will send data in serial.to each one, not simultaneusly...
[1:00] <phire> But you will still need some kind of motor driver on top of the pwm
[1:00] <DoctorD90> not 16channel? ..so 16port?
[1:00] <pksato> one of these not solve? http://www.quadrocopter.com/product.asp?itemid=943&gclid=CLTk7aelnb0CFUVp7Aod3m0Aqw
[1:00] <phire> sorry, 16 channel
[1:01] <phire> That's the same kind of thing
[1:01] <phire> pwm can directly drive servos, they have a built in driver
[1:02] <phire> power/ground on 2 pins, pwm control on a 3rd
[1:03] <DoctorD90> what do you mean with "need some kind of mogor driver ON TOP of the pwm"?
[1:03] <DoctorD90> pksato: i dont know what ESC is xD
[1:04] <pksato> oh... its is a problem... you dont know that tecnology have to build flying devices.
[1:05] <phire> the pca9685 can only supply 10mA of power (or sink 25mA) per pin
[1:05] <DoctorD90> yea xD this will be my hobby xP i want purchase rpi to learn something about electric/management of devices...im pretty software side...and i know tcl...not C xP ..so i will.use RPi to improve my skill...playinf xP
[1:06] <phire> which is not enough to drive a motor directly
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[1:06] <DoctorD90> phire,i will supply motor with and external.supply ...so it isnt a issue for me how.many volt-amper it can gives :p
[1:07] <DoctorD90> my problem.was understand, of what i need :P
[1:07] <phire> but you need a driver, you can't send all that current through that chip
[1:07] <DoctorD90> and as.driver, what you mean?
[1:08] <phire> driver, switches a big amount of current on/off based on a small amount
[1:08] <DoctorD90> uhm...maybe i have understand...
[1:08] <phire> that H-bridge is a driver
[1:08] <DoctorD90> ah
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[1:09] <DoctorD90> but if i use H-bridge i will burn motors after some minutes...
[1:09] <DoctorD90> it over helt
[1:09] <DoctorD90> (i think)
[1:09] <phire> what motors are you using?
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[1:10] <DoctorD90> i would used normal modelism motor...brush eletric motor in english?
[1:10] <phire> that's what an h-bridge is designed to drive
[1:10] <DoctorD90> (i have to purchase all...for this reason im looking for, and investigate about what i neex :P)
[1:10] <basketballl> phire, why isnt network working on my pi but all the other pcs it is ethernet is plugged in
[1:11] <DoctorD90> but it will burn it self..
[1:11] <phire> why?
[1:11] <phire> basketballl, no idea
[1:11] <DoctorD90> basketballl: follow link that i haveposted before...lesson...3 or4...i dont remember...
[1:12] <basketballl> DoctorD90, which link
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[1:13] <DoctorD90> since i was kid, i used manage voltage to control speed of dc motor, not how.many time send voltage....and if i have understand, L293D send every X ms a voltage...
[1:13] <DoctorD90> http://learn.adafruit.com/lesson-0-getting-started/overview
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[1:13] <DoctorD90> click and go on...it will explain all step to sure connect at your network
[1:13] <DoctorD90> lol
[1:14] <DoctorD90> i hope he gets link...
[1:14] <DoctorD90> btw...so what,do you suggest me?
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[1:15] <DoctorD90> the pca board, whit l293d for each motor?
[1:15] <DoctorD90> or maybe using all stepped motor?
[1:15] <DoctorD90> that maybe they could.be much precise in rpm?
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[1:18] <DoctorD90> mcp is to multiple gpio pins, L293D to manage rotation side, and speed of a singolar motor; pca, is a pwm expander, that "store" data for.each device, and continue to send it to that device
[1:19] <DoctorD90> remain only ULN, that i.havent.well understand...
[1:20] <DoctorD90> but after i will go to sleep xP
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[1:24] <DoctorD90> phire?
[1:26] <phire> I'm not the correct person to be asking about this
[1:26] <phire> also, busy
[1:26] <DoctorD90> ah sorry
[1:26] <DoctorD90> thx btw for your great help!
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[1:27] <DoctorD90> can just i ask you as software eng.if i can set as data on normal gpio 0000111, to send data to pins of chip like mcp23008?
[1:28] <DoctorD90> or i can use only with sda?
[1:28] <phire> yes you can
[1:28] <phire> as long as you have enough pins
[1:29] <phire> However, it gets tricky to do manual pwm
[1:29] <phire> as the pi isn't really a real-time platform
[1:29] <DoctorD90> so i connect mcp on any gpio, and instead.to set 1or0, o set 000111(to send datat to pin) ...great
[1:30] <DoctorD90> yea....it is.just.to learn...one.day maybe i will purchase arduino....but i habve to learn.more.stuff.before...
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[1:30] <DoctorD90> many thx phire! and good.n8 to all ^^
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[2:03] <steve_rox> yay for new rpi cam high fps mode
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[3:01] <foxtrotniner> I'm looking to get this usb hub for the raspberry pi but I'll need 3Amps to 4amp power supply, Can I toss out the psu in the box and get another one? , http://www.amazon.com/Rosewill-4-Port-Power-Adapter-RHUB-210/dp/B00552PMN8
[3:02] <foxtrotniner> the psu in the box only has 2Amps
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[3:48] <[Saint]> http://microview.io/
[3:48] <[Saint]> Very cute.
[3:49] <clever> neat
[3:49] <plugwash> Some nice pictures of the raspbian jessie autobuilders
[3:49] <plugwash> http://www.raspberrypi.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f=66&t=72483&p=522257#p522257
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[3:49] <foxtrotniner> ohh some people
[3:50] <foxtrotniner> I'm looking to get this usb hub for the raspberry pi but I'll need 3Amps to 4amp power supply, Can I toss out the psu in the box and get another one? , http://www.amazon.com/Rosewill-4-Port-Power-Adapter-RHUB-210/dp/B00552PMN8
[3:50] <foxtrotniner> anyone know if I can use a higher amp psu on this hub?
[3:51] <foxtrotniner> i don't want to release the magic smoke
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[3:51] <plugwash> without knowing what's in the hub it's hard to say
[3:51] <plugwash> you probablly won't destroy anything but you may find the hub won't let the extra power through
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[3:52] <foxtrotniner> hmm interesting
[3:52] <[Saint]> Its better to just buy a decent hub to begin with.
[3:52] <foxtrotniner> is there something that would offer 3A?
[3:52] <[Saint]> I have a 10X 2A hub at home.
[3:53] <[Saint]> (20A total)
[3:53] <[Saint]> so, yes. :)
[3:53] <[Saint]> Expensive, though. Very expensive.
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[3:56] <foxtrotniner> any good hubs can you recommend?
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[3:57] <jcims> hey folks, trying to tie a ppd42 dust sensor to the pi gpio. dust sensor runs at 5v, i have a stack of 220 ohm resistors. seems i can create a 5->3.3v divider with two in parallel + one in series with a tap in the middle, yay?
[3:58] <plugwash> a couple of things with using resitive dividers for level shifting
[3:59] <plugwash> 1: you usually want to aim to be slightly under rather than slightly over on your voltages, otherwise you can easilly end up pushing significant current through protection diodes in the lower voltage part
[3:59] <[Saint]> The range of power that microview handles is pretty neat.
[3:59] <[Saint]> 3.3~16V
[4:00] <clever> thats pretty wide
[4:00] <[Saint]> 'tis indeed.
[4:00] <[Saint]> You ordering one? I couldn;t resist.
[4:00] <[Saint]> realtime RAM/IO display for my SNowball, here I come.
[4:00] <plugwash> 2: 220 ohms is a pretty low value to use for such a resistor, you will waste substantial ammounts of power in the divider and you may have problems with your source being unable to supply that much current
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[4:01] <[Saint]> I got just the $55 one - just the microview and USB serial adapter plate.
[4:02] <[Saint]> I was sold on https://s3.amazonaws.com/ksr/assets/001/729/458/7837640211ea6fb33ff3775dbfd5b50a_large.jpg?1394453912
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[4:03] <clever> neat idea
[4:03] <clever> you could also have it do bit-banging that the pi cant easily do
[4:03] <[Saint]> That one image sent an irresistible urge through me, and before I knew it, I was $62 NZD poorer.
[4:04] * MrVector is now known as Vector
[4:04] <[Saint]> clever: indeed.
[4:04] <[Saint]> being able to hand over to an (actually fairly powerful) arduino is a neat idea.
[4:04] <phire> hey clever, you should be sleeping
[4:04] <clever> ive already got 3 packages waiting to arrive and one kickstarter project waiting another month
[4:04] <clever> i need to stop buying so much :P
[4:04] <[Saint]> I know, people need to stop showing me these things.
[4:04] <clever> phire: i'm finishing this slice of pizza first
[4:05] <clever> phire: i forgot to eat :P
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[4:05] <[Saint]> ...and, I need to stop re-showing them to others. :)
[4:05] <phire> yeah, I forget to do that too
[4:05] <clever> [Saint]: :D
[4:05] <[Saint]> but. but...but...good idea!
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[4:05] <clever> [Saint]: yeah
[4:06] <[Saint]> I'm not a total retail shill, but every once in a while I see an idea that simply needs money thrown at it in abundance. :)
[4:07] <clever> [Saint]: strange, why hasnt that eevblog video been on his channel?
[4:07] <[Saint]> No idea.
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[4:14] <clever> [Saint]: comments say its using spi for the display
[4:14] <clever> so you may loose hardware spi, or have to share it (via a pair of CS lines)
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[4:20] <`teh1> this isnt necessary specific to raspi, but, anyone heard of only only program getting illegal instruction? for me its php. if i execute php, even wothout any arguments, i get illegal instruction. no other errors except that. reinstalled php to no avail
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[4:21] <`teh1> only one*
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[4:22] <clever> `teh1: run it inside gdb and get a backtrace
[4:23] <clever> 'gdb php' then 'run' and when it fails 'bt' and pastebin it
[4:23] <plugwash> The most common cause of illegal instruction errors is that you installed a package intended for debian armhf on raspbian
[4:23] <shiftplusone> did you fiddle with sources.list?
[4:24] <`teh1> awesome thanks ill try. i know the package is right because its an image i flashed and works on other sd cards. if i reflash it will prbly fix but i trying to find out f i can detect and fix on the fly
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[4:24] <`teh1> sec
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[4:25] <`teh1> sry for shorthand on phone. brb gonna try
[4:25] <rahul__> Hii all
[4:25] <rahul__> Again one more day to mess eith my BT headphones
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[4:27] <`teh1> dang forgot i dont have my key on my phone ill have to wait about 25 mi tilll i can get on my compy
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[4:33] <jcims> plugwash: many thanks for the additional considerations re: voltage divider. probalby worth at least buying a few $.02 resistors to protect $80 in equipment. thank!
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[6:07] <shiftplusone> Hm, what software is typically used on linux for video capture cards... like dscaler for linux sort of deal
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[6:24] <mkshft> hello
[6:25] <mkshft> i just did a netinstall of debian and i am trying to get it to show my wireless card in iwconfig
[6:26] <mkshft> it shows up in lsusb
[6:27] <shiftplusone> lsusb shows all usb devices, so it doesn't mean much. Can you pastebin the output of lsusb?
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[6:28] <mkshft> http://hastebin.com/jacesinujo.vhdl
[6:29] <shiftplusone> I think that needs you to install firmware-realtek
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[6:30] <mkshft> apt-cache search realtek comes up with zilch
[6:30] <shiftplusone> sec
[6:31] <mkshft> oh
[6:31] <shiftplusone> ther's definitely firmware-realtek
[6:31] <mkshft> i need non-free
[6:31] <shiftplusone> yeah
[6:31] <shiftplusone> sorry, forgot to mention that bit
[6:35] <mkshft> deb http://mirrordirector.raspbian.org/raspbian wheezy main firmware contrib no$
[6:35] <mkshft> deb http://archive.raspberrypi.org/debian wheezy main contrib non-free
[6:35] <mkshft> this doesnt look right
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[6:35] <mkshft> maybe i only need non-free on one or the other?
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[6:38] <shiftplusone> you need it on raspbian.org
[6:40] <mkshft> something is wrong with this install
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[6:41] <mkshft> http://hastebin.com/huvaneditu.coffee
[6:42] <mkshft> every time i install something i get an error like that
[6:42] <mkshft> ok i installed the firmware and rebooted, still no wlan0
[6:43] <shiftplusone> dmesg?
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[6:45] <mkshft> nothing there
[6:46] <shiftplusone> O_o
[6:47] <shiftplusone> are you looking at ifconfig or ifconfig -a ?
[6:47] <mkshft> both
[6:47] <mkshft> neither show it
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[6:48] <shiftplusone> no idea then
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[7:09] <rikkib> Wooootttttt Now sending 3639927503...ok...Got response 3639927503, round-trip delay: 147
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[7:10] <rikkib> I have a RPi with nRF24 talking to a MC9S08 with nRF24.
[7:10] <rikkib> It lives, Egor
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[7:12] <rikkib> 5 Days of coding
[7:12] <hugogee> anyone have a gertduino? im failing to see its benefit(s) other than the ease of not having to wire arduino to rpi
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[7:14] <hugogee> night all !
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[7:45] <BobCat> $10k prize for running Quake 3 on Pi http://www.raspberrypi.org/archives/6299
[7:45] <BobCat> anyone win yet?
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[9:17] <ShorTie> shiftplusone, have you looked at VDR for your video capture maybe ??
[9:18] <Jusii> vdr is more a dvb stream saving
[9:19] <Jusii> it does have some analog plugin, but really isn't intended for that kind of use
[9:19] <Jusii> i've used it as a pvr many many years
[9:21] <ShorTie> ya, it maybe much more then he is looking for
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[9:23] <Jusii> and for the question, i've used vlc and mencoder for capture
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[11:51] <N3sh108> hello :)
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[11:51] <N3sh108> Is there someone here who managed to access (and get images) from an USB camera connected to the rasp using Java?
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[11:52] <N3sh108> I'm currently losing my mind with webcam-capture and BridJ libraries and they seem to not work properly
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[13:47] <computer2000> anyone can help? i want to run a shell script on login (i have autologin configured) but not again when i login afterwards with ssh... the auto execute works but the script gets loaded again when i login with ssh
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[14:08] <Xeph> computer2000: xinitrc?
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[14:23] <NetBilly> Greetings.
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[14:25] <NetBilly> Is there another way to read the raspistill --timelapse output instead of mjpg-streamer? My web server runs FreeBSD :(
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[16:36] <Raynerd> Anyone set proxys in linux. I have a question...
[16:37] <Raynerd> I want to know what /etc/environment and additing export http_proxy..... actually does there.
[16:37] <Raynerd> and I want to know how this is different than typing directly into LXTerminal, export http_proxy....
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[16:38] <sney> 'export' is still only temporary
[16:38] <Raynerd> I add proxys to the environment but it doesn`t seem to "work" until I type them directly into LXTerminal, yet all tutorials seem to suggest adding directly into environment is the correct place to put them
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[16:39] <sney> you do have to log out and log back in after editing those files
[16:39] <Raynerd> ahhh!
[16:39] <Raynerd> and adding proxy to /etc/apt/apt.conf.d/10proxy - that is for apt-get right?
[16:41] <Raynerd> sney - thank you. I was an idot there. I wasn`t rebooting which is why I needed to add them directly to LXTerminal :-)
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[16:45] <Raynerd> Two of my Pi`s are still dead as a dead thing! Red light on only :-(
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[16:46] <IT_Sean> Raynerd: you sure the SD card is good?
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[16:50] <Raynerd> @IT_Sean - 100%
[16:50] <Raynerd> I`m in a school and have 6 pi`s around me. I`ve checked a few different cards and none work yet work in the other pi.
[16:50] <Raynerd> The Pi was working. I came to it the other day and just a red light was on.
[16:51] <Raynerd> I checked the SD card in a different machine and the SD card had been corrupted! I then swapped the SD card and still the PI is dead. Whatever killed the Pi killed the SD at the same time!
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[16:53] <IT_Sean> Did you have anything attached via GPIO at the time?
[16:53] <Raynerd> Yes - weather station. AirPi
[16:53] <IT_Sean> Strange. Did you check the power supply? Is that stable? Could it have spiked?
[16:54] <Raynerd> So the weather station runs 24/7 and it was a Saturday it went off.
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[16:54] <Raynerd> Interestingly the exact same thing happened when I first setup the weather station but presumed it was my fault. However, it had been working fine for 2 months!
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[16:55] <Raynerd> No-one touched it on saturs
[16:55] <Raynerd> No-one touched it on saturday
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[16:56] <IT_Sean> weihd
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[16:56] <IT_Sean> I'm tempted to blame the weather station
[16:58] <Raynerd> Ive checked fuses and it seems ok but there doesnt seem many trouble shooting guides for the electronics
[16:58] <IT_Sean> Have you left it unplugged for a few days to let the polyfuse(s) reset?
[16:59] <Raynerd> yes and checked the polyfuse - I have 5v at both sides so that is ok!
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[17:01] <Raynerd> :-/ not sure what else to check from there... someone tried to help on the raspi forum but his English wasn`t good and I didnt understand what test points he was refering to!
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[17:34] <Peasant65> hi there ! Can someone here help me out ?
[17:34] <Peasant65> It's not really a tech related question though, only i don't know where i should be asking this
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[17:35] <Peasant65> I have a font i want to use using @font-face... So everyone would be ble to download it i guess. The license says:
[17:35] <Peasant65> "This Font is freeware. You can use it freely for all your personal and commercial work"
[17:35] <Peasant65> and
[17:36] <Peasant65> "This font may not be redistributed, shared, repackaged or included in any online or offline archive, font collection, web site or CD-ROM without written permis- sion from Iwaszczyszyn Kamil."
[17:36] <Peasant65> so can i host it or not ?? :s
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[17:40] <tonsofpcs> no
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[17:40] <tonsofpcs> well, kinda
[17:40] <tonsofpcs> you can use it, you can't redistribute it.
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[18:00] <zaccanasta> hi guys, anyone able to install rtc clock on pidora?
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[18:34] <`teh1> https://gist.github.com/teh1/9646993
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[18:44] <isasha> Hello, any idea why this is happening? http://i.imgur.com/iEs1nbU.png
[18:44] <isasha> Basically pulseaudio is using up a ton of resources
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[18:57] <shiftplusone> ShorTie, Jusii, thanks. Turns out this particular card has terrible support on Linux, so mplayer, vlc and xawtv don't work properly. At least with the kernel I am running.
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[19:23] <isasha> So any ideas why pulseaudio is maxing out the CPU? I'm trying to edit the audio settings with pavucontrol, to set the audio output to an USB DSP
[19:24] <isasha> I can't use pavucontrol as it completely freezes the Pi for minutes at times
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[19:27] <shiftplusone> Is it maxing the CPU just with the USB device or always?
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[19:29] <isasha> Lemme check, it's currently rebooting
[19:29] <blockh34d> hi chan
[19:29] <isasha> But the CPU only starts to max out when I open pavucontrol
[19:29] <blockh34d> does anyone know how long it takes to get an app approved for pi store?
[19:31] <shiftplusone> hm
[19:31] <shiftplusone> no idea
[19:32] <blockh34d> yah it's only been a couple days, I keep re-uploading too, finding little bugs to iron out etc
[19:32] <blockh34d> I made a video player gui to control omxplayer, I'm calling it 'Scamp'
[19:33] <blockh34d> if anyone would like a copy I'm happy to give out 'licenses' or whatever via pi store just send me your user name
[19:33] <isasha> Ok, well I rebooted the pi and unplugged the USB device, and now everything works :/
[19:33] <isasha> Only problem is that the Pi's analog output is very weak for our HiFi system
[19:33] <shiftplusone> isasha, maybe give the FIQ_FSM rewrite a ago?
[19:33] <isasha> so there is a lot of noise when you crank up the volume, plus there's a pretty sizeable difference between the Pi and the other devices connected
[19:34] <isasha> the FIQ_FSM rewrite?
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[19:34] <shiftplusone> http://www.raspberrypi.org/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?t=70437&p=516055
[19:35] <isasha> Hmmm not too confident with that frankly
[19:35] <shiftplusone> neither
[19:35] <isasha> It seems that the issue spurs up only when you open the control panel with the USB device plugged in
[19:36] <blockh34d> isasha are you certain your power supply is adequete?
[19:36] <isasha> Hmmm good point :P
[19:36] <blockh34d> i recall some issues that sound similar when I was using less than ideal power supply
[19:36] <isasha> (It's connected to a USB hub :P)
[19:36] <blockh34d> typical USB 500 ma is not really enough for all functionality.
[19:37] <blockh34d> you want at least 700 ma imo
[19:37] <IT_Sean> Aye, you need a proper power supply. 1a recommended.
[19:37] <blockh34d> yes
[19:37] <isasha> yeah I'm replacing it now
[19:37] <blockh34d> sometimes the rated power lies on the label too, beware long thin cords
[19:37] <isasha> blockh34d: well, I have 3m of extension cable too.
[19:38] <blockh34d> probably isn't helping
[19:38] <blockh34d> I'd go with overkill and see what that does. Might fix it right up. Sorted out my 3d app issues right away
[19:38] <blockh34d> at 500ma my 3d apps would run, but only for a moment, then crash
[19:39] <isasha> Yeah I'm using a 2a HTC phone powersupply now, waiting for the pi to shutdown
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[19:40] <blockh34d> I use the belkin 14 port powered hub. Somehow, just plugging it into the usb port is enough for the pi to get power, no other power hookup needed
[19:40] <blockh34d> powered hubs strongly recommended imo
[19:41] <blockh34d> what is the video player of choice right now?
[19:41] <blockh34d> I had nothign but issues trying to get VLC to work worth spit, so far omxplayer is the only player that can handle 1080p for me
[19:41] <isasha> blockh34d: did you use the hardware accelerated version of VLC?
[19:41] <blockh34d> I got so frustrated with its no-ui i made my own
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[19:42] <blockh34d> i tried, tried recompiling it and following that blog post to the letter, then fed up with that, downloaded the precompiled and that didn't work either
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[19:42] <blockh34d> from what I hear, it can still not quite handle 1080p
[19:42] <blockh34d> which sealed the deal for me... why bother.
[19:43] <isasha> hmm... I tried using some hardware accelerated player last year but I failed - both vlc and omx
[19:43] <blockh34d> my player uses omxplayer to play 1080p at full res, full framerate, barely uses 50% cpu
[19:43] <isasha> the thing is, at my hackerspace, we use the projector a lot, so I decided to set up a thin client type thing
[19:43] <blockh34d> it has playlists, shuffle, fullscreen toggle, and uses Curses to enable mouse input in terminal window
[19:44] <blockh34d> yes my app is completely usable via SSH
[19:44] <isasha> over VNC, there is a lot of lag. So, I decided to use h264 streaming instead. I just. could. not. get it to work
[19:44] <blockh34d> works the exact same
[19:44] <blockh34d> I create shares on my windows machine (TVSHOWS, MOVIES, MUSIC), then have those mounted on startup in my rc.local
[19:44] <isasha> If anyone's interested: https://fixme.ch/wiki/Projector_client
[19:45] <blockh34d> i've done a lot of weird projector hacking
[19:45] <blockh34d> what are you trying to do
[19:45] <blockh34d> probably, netcat will do it.
[19:46] <blockh34d> I made a python script to monitor the status of the bulbs in a network of dozens of projectors across europe as part of a advertising thing
[19:46] <isasha> well I'm trying to encode a h264 stream of the host display, and then decode it (using hardware decoding) on the pi (all over the network)
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[19:46] <blockh34d> i think netcat and gstreamer sound like what you want
[19:47] <blockh34d> but my specific usage of those was for streaming pi camera to windows machine with fullscreen accelerated playback
[19:47] <blockh34d> that worked fine but its kind of the opposite of what you're trying to do
[19:47] <isasha> yeah
[19:47] <isasha> well right now I'm focusing to get the pulseaudio sink and dlna sink working, I'll look into that later
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[19:50] <blockh34d> yah that's a tricky one. what are you doing on the hoost machine that you couldnt do on the pi?
[19:50] <blockh34d> omxplayer has a 'live' mode btw but i've never used it
[19:50] <blockh34d> would you like a copy of my player app?
[19:50] <blockh34d> i'd like to test it with more users, seems stable enough for that
[19:50] <blockh34d> works through putty, so you can control it from whereever.
[19:50] <blockh34d> or works local in lxterminal window
[19:51] <isasha> well here it will be all CLI based, so there isn't a need for a gui
[19:51] <blockh34d> does anyone do much opengles programming for PI here?
[19:51] <blockh34d> i'm trying to improve the framerate of my game, especially where it uploads new dynamic triangle data each frame. That seems to be hitting some sort of blocking scenario, slowing things right down.
[19:52] <blockh34d> ah yah this is more for media center operation
[19:52] <blockh34d> give it a bunch of files, it plays em, etc
[19:54] <blockh34d> Even if you get it streaming smoothly you know there will be a pretty considerable lag between host machine and pi display right?
[19:54] <blockh34d> for me, with the camera, it was at least a second or two, sometimes up to 4 or 5 seconds
[19:55] <blockh34d> well I gotta go, gl
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[20:15] <rikkib> Now sending 3687124933...ok...Got response 3687124933, round-trip delay: 37
[20:16] <rikkib> nRF24 lin to MC9S08 running all night
[20:16] <rikkib> link
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[20:34] <BeBored> hi guys
[20:34] <shiftplusone> hey
[20:35] <BeBored> does anyone here run successfully a thermal printer with the pi?
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[20:38] <shiftplusone> maybe check back later. I know the topic has come up a few times before and there are plenty of options.
[20:39] <BeBored> ok will do, thanks
[20:39] <sney> like most things, I'd imagine the only question is whether the printer in question has linux support
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[20:39] <Raynerd> Does anyone know what you could use to ssh onto a pi from another pi?
[20:39] <sney> ssh
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[20:39] <IT_Sean> I believe adafruit make a thermal printer kit which is pretty well documented, for the pi. I've never used it myself though. <-- BeBored
[20:40] <IT_Sean> Raynerd: just do ssh username@ip-of-pi
[20:40] <IT_Sean> from the command line
[20:40] <Raynerd> Ha! Wow, that's easy!
[20:40] <BeBored> IT_Sean: i have that one, but when i run the testcode, my pi keeps crashing
[20:40] <IT_Sean> weihd
[20:40] <IT_Sean> as i said, i've never used it.
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[20:41] <BeBored> yes i will ask later then :)
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[20:43] <Raynerd> Just taking it one step further... If I was on a pi and I student on another, could I not
[20:43] <Raynerd> ...sorry, could I take over their screen?
[20:43] <shiftplusone> screen
[20:43] <shiftplusone> you can't take it over, but you can set up a shared console session sort of thing
[20:44] <shiftplusone> (google gnu screen)
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[20:44] <Raynerd> shiftplusone: That sounds good. I meant like a shared session
[20:45] <shiftplusone> Yup, it works great for that sort of thing.
[20:45] <Raynerd> I have an issue with the pi experiment in the library :-S
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[20:46] <wallbroken> hi guys
[20:46] <wallbroken> i have a problem
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[20:46] <Raynerd> They have figures out how to load and play minecraft.,, Which, was good at first... They used terminal, googled it... Got it working. I was well impressed. Today I noticed they spent all lunch playing minecraft! :-/
[20:46] <wallbroken> on an rPI, during normal use, usb port connected to the hard drive, strucks, and i need to replug it
[20:46] <shiftplusone> Raynerd, our very own gordonDrogon has fallen into that trap D=
[20:47] <wallbroken> any suggestion?
[20:47] <wallbroken> it's a normal problem?
[20:47] <Raynerd> shiftplusone: In what way?
[20:47] <Raynerd> He is obsessed with minecraft?!
[20:47] <wallbroken> i tried with 3 different hard disk, and no differences
[20:48] <shiftplusone> Raynerd, he was making his BASIC talk to minecraft, but I suspect he's just playing around with minecraft at this point while pretending to be programming >.>
[20:48] <Raynerd> Haha.
[20:49] <IT_Sean> I'm fairly sure he is.
[20:49] <gordonDrogon> wut? minecraft you say?
[20:49] <Raynerd> I don't know the solution. In one hand, I'm impressed they have managed to load it on and it is exactly what I got the pi for. But I didn't really want them to be playing minecraft all lunch! But then again, they are using the pi.
[20:49] <Raynerd> Ha, hei gordonDrogon
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[20:49] <Raynerd> Hi**
[20:49] <shiftplusone> Raynerd, you know you can control minecraft from python? add blocks and such?
[20:49] <gordonDrogon> no - just impemented the midpoint circle algorithm to draw circular plates all over the mc world...
[20:50] <shiftplusone> Raynerd, maybe show them some algorithm to build a house, for example.
[20:50] <Raynerd> Me show them :-/
[20:50] <Raynerd> Haha
[20:50] <Raynerd> They are overtaking me now!
[20:50] <gordonDrogon> it does make an intersting 3D graphical display - although fairly low resolution and slow.
[20:51] <Raynerd> They get hammered ever lunch.. I'm loving it. I've only had them available for a week and three pupils have purchased their own for home. Infact, I had to help one setup as he couldn't get it working
[20:52] <Raynerd> gordonDrogon: What is your interaction with mc at present? You just playing with it or running sessions on it
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[20:56] <Raynerd> :-/
[20:57] <Raynerd> Right, off for tea.
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[20:59] <shiftplusone> Raynerd, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mbx0MIDqTuc http://www.stuffaboutcode.com/2013/03/raspberry-pi-minecraft-snake.html
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[21:01] <Raynerd> Cheers mate. Wife has just called for tea but I've saved the links.
[21:01] <Raynerd> :-)
[21:01] <Raynerd> Appreciate as usual.
[21:01] <shiftplusone> I want tea =(
[21:02] <wallbroken> do you know beaglebone black?
[21:02] <shiftplusone> sure, it's awesome.
[21:03] <wallbroken> better than rPI?
[21:03] <shiftplusone> I don't have one, and have no intention of buying one, but they do seem nice.
[21:03] <IT_Sean> It's different to raspi
[21:03] <IT_Sean> neither is "better" for all use cases.
[21:03] <shiftplusone> I don't see the point of paying extra for features I don't need.
[21:03] <wallbroken> in power explicitation
[21:03] <IT_Sean> Some use cases favor a raspi. Some uses cases favor the BBlk
[21:04] <wallbroken> i stated that rPI can't manage usb hard drive well
[21:04] <gordonDrogon> Raynerd, I'm writing code in my basic to talk to minecraft in the same way the pythonistas currently do.
[21:04] <shiftplusone> wallbroken, are you using a powered hub or does the HDD have its own supply?
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[21:05] <IT_Sean> wallbroken: you will need a powered hub, or a hdd with it's own power supply. You cannot power a USB HDD directly off the raspi.
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[21:07] <wallbroken> IT_Sean, the hd got an indipendent power supply
[21:07] <wallbroken> so, that's not the problem
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[21:07] <IT_Sean> That will be fine then.
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[21:08] <wallbroken> but the problem unsolved
[21:08] <IT_Sean> what is the problem?
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[21:09] <wallbroken> dmesg error
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[21:09] <plugwash> any grep experts arround who can tell me how to search for lines containing --- ?
[21:10] <pksato> grep '---' text?
[21:11] <Jusii> \-\-\-
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[21:11] <pksato> bad bash...
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[21:13] <pksato> grep -- --- text
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[21:18] <pksato> grep -e --- txt
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[21:20] <utack> hi. what is the current media center of choice. openelec or raspbian?
[21:20] <utack> or are they roughly the same
[21:21] <blockh34d> I thought raspbian was the OS
[21:21] <blockh34d> and openelec was a media player app... No?
[21:21] <utack> uh right. i confused it with raspbmc
[21:21] <utack> sorry
[21:21] <blockh34d> ohh i see yah that makes sense then
[21:21] <blockh34d> well I made my own media player
[21:22] <blockh34d> i rather like it, I'm trying to get it in the app store (free), but it's taking a while
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[21:22] <shiftplusone> there's also xbian
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[21:22] <blockh34d> would you like a copy? It's really just a wrapper for omxplayer, gives it a gui etc
[21:22] <utack> i will make a quick test...but openelec crashed pretty hard. might be the video though or 256mb ram
[21:22] <blockh34d> my player + omx handles 1080p no problem barely uses 50% cpu to do it
[21:22] <utack> blockh34d, sounds like something. does it work with a usb remote or should i go with xbmc for that?
[21:23] <blockh34d> right now it only works with keyboard, mouse, and SSH
[21:23] <blockh34d> as soon as I have access to other input methods, I'll code them in there
[21:23] <utack> okay
[21:23] <blockh34d> I might make it compatible with gamepads soon
[21:23] <utack> yeah i will save it somewhere in my dropbox if you got it
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[21:24] <blockh34d> sure I'm not really sure how to send you a copy... are you in the pi store? you could give my your id and I could try to give you a copy via that if you want
[21:24] <sraue> utack, what for a openelec version you have installed (this one which crashes)? what you do so it crashes?
[21:24] <utack> hmh sorry i am not. i must admit my pi was sleeping for a long time
[21:25] <blockh34d> no worries
[21:25] <utack> sraue, it was the beta. that might also be the issue here. i will test the stable and raspbmc...
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[21:25] <blockh34d> what kind of remote do you use utack?
[21:25] <sraue> you should provide infos where it crashes and logfiles... this helps to fix issues...
[21:26] <utack> blockh34d, looks like an older version of this one http://www.amazon.de/Daffodil-PCR400-Fernbedienung-Maus-Steuerpad-Media-Anwendungen/dp/B0055QKA5O/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1395260746&sr=8-2&keywords=usb+fernbedienung
[21:26] <sraue> you can do in the openelec forum, in our channel #openelec or here: http://forum.xbmc.org/showthread.php?tid=188659&page=3
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[21:26] <utack> sraue, if it was the video and not the beta version i will dump them
[21:26] <blockh34d> if you'd like to help me get that functionality in there, we could try but I don't have that device. Should be pretty easy to trigger the same UI events with whatever device though, if we have the api
[21:27] <utack> blockh34d, thanks. i will try other xbmc distros first.
[21:27] <blockh34d> Scamp is all python 2.7 so any example of using that remote from python would probably be all I need
[21:27] <utack> but do you have the script anyways for your mediacenter?
[21:27] <blockh34d> sure, gl. Getting RPI to act as a decent media center has been a little obsession of mine for a while now
[21:28] <utack> :D
[21:28] <blockh34d> well it's not really online anywhere yet other than the pistore
[21:28] <blockh34d> i just added it for submission yesterday so it might be a while before it gets approved.
[21:28] <utack> okay you could still send me a link for that maybe? or would i need to register
[21:29] <blockh34d> i can give you the link but it's not valid yet, until they approve it
[21:29] <utack> ah. i see
[21:29] <blockh34d> how about this
[21:29] <blockh34d> email greyworld@gmail.com and I'll send you info when I get my shiz together
[21:30] <blockh34d> clearly going to need something better than pistore.
[21:30] <IT_Sean> language, please, blockh34d
[21:30] <blockh34d> oh ok sorry. Thought that was keeping it clean.
[21:30] <IT_Sean> it isn't.
[21:30] <utack> thank you blockh34d
[21:31] <blockh34d> That's a first for me. Maybe that's more of a bad word in UK? In america that word doesnt' really mean anything
[21:31] <utack> in this context especially
[21:32] <blockh34d> no problem, thank you. I want to get as many users helping me beta the app as possible, get it all sorted nicely etc
[21:32] <utack> sent you an email
[21:32] <blockh34d> great thanks
[21:32] <utack> well thanks to you
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[21:36] <blockh34d> utack sent let me know if you have any install problems thanks
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[21:38] <blockh34d> if anyone else would like to try it out send a request to greyworld@gmail.com
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[21:39] <Dumle29> Hello there, I'm having some issues with getting my raspberry pi on wifi. I cannot ping, connect, or anything, to my pi, before I've pinged from it.
[21:39] <Dumle29> I have octopi running on it, and I can easily connect to octopi, but only AFTER pinging from it.
[21:40] <blockh34d> I had some issues like that, a little, using hostnames vs ips
[21:40] <blockh34d> are you connecting via ip or hostname?
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[21:40] <Dumle29> I'm using ip's
[21:40] <Dumle29> the IP that is.
[21:41] <blockh34d> huh well if anything, that'd be the more reliable way imo
[21:41] <Dumle29> I've googled a bit, and some people have had similar problems with ubuntu, and they spoke of ARP tables. I might have to google what that is
[21:41] <blockh34d> you're a brave one
[21:41] <blockh34d> gl
[21:41] <Dumle29> oh :P
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[21:42] <blockh34d> whats octopi do?
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[21:43] <Dumle29> it's actually a Raspbian image, with octoprint preinstalled
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[21:43] <Dumle29> It servs a web server for 3D printers (repraps)
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[21:43] <blockh34d> oh cool
[21:44] <Dumle29> so instead of having a laptop hooked to the printer, you have an rpi
[21:44] <blockh34d> i really want to get into 3d printing. That's actually what I'm trying to sell apps for
[21:44] <Dumle29> :)
[21:44] <blockh34d> heck yah that sounds like a great idea
[21:44] <Dumle29> jump over to #reprap very very friendly channel :P
[21:44] <blockh34d> rpi is small enough you could bake it into the printer if you wanted
[21:44] <Dumle29> ye
[21:44] <blockh34d> good idea, I have many questions.
[21:45] <Dumle29> i'll jump on ##Linux and hear if they have any advice
[21:45] <blockh34d> maybe debian too
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[21:47] <Dumle29> yeah
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[21:49] <utack> got your email blockh34d thanks
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[21:54] <BeBored> does anyone here run successfully a thermal printer with the pi? i have the adafruit one and everytime i try the python printer testcode, my pi crashes :(
[21:54] <IT_Sean> You might get better luck with that posting in the raspi forum
[21:54] <blockh34d> watch out for thermal 'ink', that stuffs toxic
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[21:55] <blockh34d> birth defects, sterility... who knows what else. Wear gloves!
[21:55] * IT_Sean rolls his eyes, then thumps blockh34d with a rolled up newspaper
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[21:55] <blockh34d> BPA man, it's no joke
[21:55] <K1Hedayati> hi there, I have a issue with my raspery and networking, is this can be because of bad power source?
[21:55] <BeBored> IT_Sean: yea will try that too, thanks for the advice :)
[21:55] <shiftplusone> is it edible though?
[21:56] <IT_Sean> no problems
[21:56] <K1Hedayati> and make device malfunction?
[21:56] <shiftplusone> K1Hedayati, more details needed, but if I had to guess, yes.
[21:56] <IT_Sean> K1Hedayati: yes, it COULD be. Could be other things as well.
[21:56] <IT_Sean> What is the rating on your power supply?
[21:56] <shiftplusone> and how much did it cost
[21:57] <K1Hedayati> actually it is 1A
[21:57] <IT_Sean> well, it's RATED at 1A.
[21:57] <K1Hedayati> thats all i know!
[21:57] <IT_Sean> Doesn't mean it's actually OUTPUTTING 1A.
[21:57] <IT_Sean> How much did you spend on it?
[21:57] <blockh34d> long thin cables can make its output lower than what it's rated
[21:57] <blockh34d> also multiple adapter plugs etc all drain a lttle current
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[21:58] <K1Hedayati> i don't remeber, BYW i am living in iran, so costs are diffrent
[21:58] <shiftplusone> K1Hedayati, to get to the point though. What sort of trouble are you having and do you have a multimeter?
[21:58] <utack> blockh34d, i think the video was too heavy for the pi. might be a slow usb.. but raspbmc stable did at least not crash
[21:58] <K1Hedayati> and this was my phone charger actcally
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[21:58] <utack> did it come with the phone?
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[21:59] <K1Hedayati> i though because it is 1A it should be enough
[21:59] <K1Hedayati> utack: no
[22:00] <K1Hedayati> i don't have multimeter
[22:00] <K1Hedayati> let me check with another cable
[22:02] <K1Hedayati> IT_Sean: i bought charger as orginal, and it works fine with my smartphone
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[22:02] <rikkib> Some supplies rated at 1A can have to much voltage drop due to poor design and cable resistance. Transient response.
[22:03] <IT_Sean> ^ that
[22:03] <blockh34d> I've had good luck with iphone chargers
[22:03] <blockh34d> they put out more than standard USB current
[22:03] * rikkib Breakfast
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[22:04] <K1Hedayati> i see, can this damage my raspery?
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[22:04] <IT_Sean> No
[22:04] <Dumle29> K1Hedayati: U = R*I
[22:04] <blockh34d> no I don't think so, should be the rpi just takes what it needs and the rest is ignored.
[22:04] <Dumle29> I = U/R so current is determined by the resistance of the circuit, and the voltage
[22:04] <K1Hedayati> good
[22:05] <IT_Sean> blockh34d is, shockingly, correct.
[22:05] <Dumle29> Therefor the only ways to increase current, is to either increase voltage, or decrese resistance
[22:05] <blockh34d> :p
[22:05] <shiftplusone> U? since when is voltage U? O_o
[22:05] <Dumle29> voltage is the unit of U
[22:05] <shiftplusone> in what strange land?
[22:05] <Dumle29> most of the world :P
[22:05] <Helldesk> everywhere
[22:06] <shiftplusone> What the hell?
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[22:06] <Helldesk> also, current is I and it is measured in amps (A)
[22:06] <shiftplusone> Are you guys European?
[22:06] <blockh34d> always been V = I/R for me
[22:06] <blockh34d> always and forever
[22:06] <Helldesk> look at equations, you will see that P = UI
[22:06] <K1Hedayati> sorry but i am not electronic guy, so i don't understand this stuff ;)
[22:06] <Dumle29> Yeah I'm european, and yes you yanks tend to use V :P
[22:06] <Helldesk> and the units are [W] = [V][A]
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[22:06] <shiftplusone> Not just yanks
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[22:07] <Dumle29> shiftplusone: I call all americans that, because it sounds cool :P
[22:07] <Helldesk> another symbol for voltage is E
[22:07] <shiftplusone> I know, I am Australian and we call yanks yanks too.
[22:07] <blockh34d> Dumle29: You should hear what we call you
[22:07] <Helldesk> but never ever use the unit for the symbol
[22:07] * IT_Sean sighs
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[22:07] <Dumle29> blockh34d: It's all in good fun :P
[22:08] <blockh34d> lol of course
[22:08] <blockh34d> we don't call you anything btw. most of my neighbors are unaware of a world beyond america
[22:08] <Dumle29> xD
[22:08] <K1Hedayati> ok, I changed cable, started rpi it worked for a while, I mean i could ping device but now I cant
[22:08] <blockh34d> they've heard rumors, thats all they know.
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[22:08] <K1Hedayati> even tough lan lightes are on
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[22:08] <shiftplusone> U for voltage.... you madmen.
[22:09] <K1Hedayati> and they blink some time
[22:09] <ppq> i was really confused when i first saw someone using E and V for voltage
[22:09] <K1Hedayati> but Destination is Host Unreachable
[22:09] <ppq> i thought it had something to do with energy and volume
[22:09] <Dumle29> brb
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[22:09] <shiftplusone> E is not used as a unit though, only to represent a voltage variable.
[22:09] <Helldesk> energy would be W
[22:09] <BugBite> U = I * R
[22:09] <shiftplusone> energy is J
[22:09] <shiftplusone> W is power
[22:09] <Helldesk> short for "work" (done by energy)
[22:10] <Helldesk> no, the symbol, not the unit
[22:10] <shiftplusone> ah, yeah
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[22:10] <Helldesk> W is work and is measured in joules (J)
[22:10] <blockh34d> haha i knew v = i/r sounded wrong.. my bad, V = I * R... oops
[22:10] <shiftplusone> agreed
[22:10] <K1Hedayati> do you have any idea what can I do now?
[22:10] <ppq> woah, don't mix units and symbols :)
[22:10] <Helldesk> :)
[22:10] <shiftplusone> after a bit of googling, yes U is used in Europe, but certainly not the rest of the world.
[22:11] <Helldesk> that's why overloading V for voltage and volts is bad
[22:11] <BugBite> There is no rest of the world. ;)
[22:11] <blockh34d> rumors
[22:11] <Helldesk> there is just the toil of the world
[22:12] <ppq> Helldesk, yes, i'm glad we have a very strict separation between units and symbols here
[22:12] <blockh34d> game dev's here? opengles2 anyone?
[22:12] <shiftplusone> Do you guys get that easily confused? >.> =P
[22:12] <Helldesk> ppq: yeah, and none of the silly monkey business of using units of mass for measuring forces (not anymore)
[22:13] <K1Hedayati> hello...
[22:13] <Dumle29> K1Hedayati: You bought a cheap chinese psu?
[22:13] <Dumle29> K1Hedayati: Or do you have other issues that just might be power related?
[22:13] <K1Hedayati> Dumle29: what is psu? no I don't buy chines stuff
[22:14] <BugBite> Ⓘ ⓛⓞⓥⓔ ⓜⓨ ⓇⓐⓢⓟⓑⓔⓡⓡⓘⓅⓘ
[22:14] <Dumle29> Power supply
[22:14] <K1Hedayati> Dumle29: unless they sold me that
[22:14] <Dumle29> K1Hedayati: What did it cost?
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[22:14] <K1Hedayati> Dumle29: It was orginal
[22:14] <Dumle29> K1Hedayati: Originally chinese? :P
[22:14] <K1Hedayati> Dumle29: 4 or 5$
[22:14] <K1Hedayati> Dumle29: :D
[22:14] <Dumle29> yeah chinese to the core
[22:14] <Dumle29> :P
[22:15] <blockh34d> Dumle29: not sure how much it matters but have you tried using the latest NOOBS/rasbian release?
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[22:15] <K1Hedayati> Dumle29: but it works good for my smartphone
[22:15] <Dumle29> blockh34d: I'm using an image with octoprint
[22:15] <blockh34d> I found using the absolute latest one availabe (not whatever was already on teh sdcard) helped me a lot
[22:15] <BugBite> It came with chop-sticks.
[22:15] <Dumle29> K1Hedayati: Your smarphone throttles the current draw to what it can get
[22:15] <blockh34d> oh sorry Dumle29 wrong nick i meant K1Hedayati
[22:15] <Dumle29> blockh34d: :P
[22:16] <ppq> Helldesk, or torque in kg*cm, which is not even the right dimension
[22:16] <K1Hedayati> blockh34d: I have lastest rasperian i guess
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[22:16] <blockh34d> you guess?
[22:16] <blockh34d> sounds like a maybe to me
[22:17] <K1Hedayati> blockh34d: 2014-01-07-wheezy-raspbian
[22:17] <blockh34d> sounds pretty new. Newer than mine, I got the dec 24 2013 release
[22:17] <K1Hedayati> blockh34d: ;)
[22:17] <K1Hedayati> rpi works for a while then it networking halt, but lights are still on
[22:18] <blockh34d> have you installed anything else that could be interferring?
[22:18] <K1Hedayati> and I should cut off power and then turn it on again
[22:18] <K1Hedayati> blockh34d: software? hardware?
[22:18] <BugBite> I use also 2014-01-07-wheezy-raspbian and it works great.
[22:19] <K1Hedayati> blackjid: no, just sdcard, lan and power
[22:19] <blockh34d> anything. remove it all then try again, if you have the same problem then you can know that stuff is not the problem
[22:19] <blockh34d> yah that shouldnt be a problem.
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[22:19] <blockh34d> maybe your router is junk?
[22:20] <K1Hedayati> no is was pretty expensive, i should not
[22:20] <blockh34d> i run my pi plugged directly into pc via cable. Maybe worth trying it that way, see if any change
[22:20] <K1Hedayati> and my laptop is always connected to router and it works great
[22:20] <K1Hedayati> blockh34d: yes, good idea
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[22:21] <blockh34d> all I got, usually a new power supply fixes all thse kinda problems :P
[22:21] <K1Hedayati> but i have to intall dhcp server, so i might take a while ;)
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[22:22] <K1Hedayati> blockh34d: may be, but really i don't buy junk stuff
[22:23] <blockh34d> never can tell anymore. And sometimes good gear goes bad. But I really doubt it's a non-PI hardware failure.
[22:23] <blockh34d> 'When good gear goes bad'.. Sounds like a movie
[22:24] <K1Hedayati> :))
[22:24] <BugBite> ˙sᴉɥʇ ǝʞᴉl sʞool ʇᴉ ˙˙,pɐq sǝoƃ ɹɐǝƃ pooƃ uǝɥM,
[22:25] <blockh34d> lol
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[22:25] <blockh34d> any idea how long pistore takes to approve, anyone?
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[22:28] <K1Hedayati> another thing i should say i that I have class 10 microSD and used microSD->SD convertor
[22:28] <K1Hedayati> to connect my memory to rpi
[22:29] <blockh34d> if it access's the drive at all I don't think that'd be a problem. You can read files off it right?
[22:29] <girafe> is there a difference between SD and microSD ?
[22:30] <ppq> girafe, yes, in size
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[22:30] <K1Hedayati> blockh34d: yes i can
[22:30] <girafe> i meant for use with raspberry
[22:30] <blockh34d> yah microsd is a lot smaller, smaller than a dime.. SD is maybe a little bigger than a quarter
[22:30] <ppq> girafe, no, you can use a microsd for your pi when you have an adapter
[22:30] <girafe> are they the same in terms of access time, speed, lifetime, another problems ?
[22:30] <ppq> yes
[22:31] <girafe> so there's no interest to use full sd card then
[22:31] <blockh34d> is there a preferred manufacturer of SD cards RPI users should use for best results?
[22:31] <K1Hedayati> can i use my laptop as power source for rpi? using use port?
[22:31] <blockh34d> not well K1Hedayati
[22:31] <K1Hedayati> ok
[22:31] <blockh34d> standard usb puts out 500ma. You need at least 700ma for consistent rpi operation
[22:32] <ppq> blockh34d, there's a list somewhere. all manufacturers sell some models that work and some that do not
[22:32] <K1Hedayati> OIC
[22:32] <blockh34d> seems like a lot of people say you want 1amp (1000 ma) minumum
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[22:32] <blockh34d> yah I meant more like which ones are the fastest read/write
[22:33] <rikkib> KCS NLA120050W1S works for me.
[22:34] <rikkib> Plug pack
[22:34] <rikkib> 5v 1.2A
[22:36] <rikkib> Never had a problem with the many RPi I have. http://www.zlham.geek.nz/images/news/rpi-sys1.jpg
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[22:36] <K1Hedayati> I have to use crossover cable to connect my rpi to laptop
[22:38] <K1Hedayati> and i guess I don't have any
[22:39] <ppq> if your laptop is not >9000 years old it should work with a normal cable
[22:39] <rikkib> I am not 100% sure... Modern eth can switch automatically
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[22:40] <K1Hedayati> ppq: what about rpi?
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[22:41] <ppq> not required for the pi
[22:41] <blockh34d> mine worked with normal cable
[22:41] <blockh34d> not crossover
[22:41] <blockh34d> my laptop very old, doesnt matter still works
[22:42] <blockh34d> thanks rikkib i'm logging that model number
[22:42] <blkno1> Anyone familiar with the PiGlow?
[22:42] <blockh34d> websearch didn't bring anything up though
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[22:43] <blockh34d> anyone here try the beaglebone blacks much?
[22:43] <blockh34d> I keep thinking about getting one, trying it out
[22:43] <Dumle29> since so much life apeared in here, any idea on why I cannot connect to my pi before I ping my PC from it?
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[22:44] <blkno1> wake on lan?
[22:44] <blockh34d> ping the pc from your rc.local ?
[22:44] <girafe> does class 10 sd makes a real difference with class 4-6 ?
[22:44] <ppq> i thought about buying a udoo. but that would be just another toy. i don't even know what to do with the pi right now..
[22:45] <Dumle29> Okay so powering on my pi, then trying to ping it's ip form my PC, nothing
[22:45] <blockh34d> media center
[22:45] <Dumle29> the pinging my pc from the pi, all good
[22:45] <blockh34d> rpi is awesome media center
[22:45] <Dumle29> now pinging my pi from my pc, now it works
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[22:45] <blkno1> xbmc on my Pi has been fantastic.
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[22:45] <ppq> girafe, not that you really notice, no. anything pi is slow anyway
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[22:45] <rikkib> That model is for the New Zealand market but they probably others... KCS = China which is a cheap source for this side of the world (CER, Free trade between the two countries)
[22:45] <blockh34d> i havent' tried xbmc yet... i should but I still want a desktop to use
[22:46] <blkno1> oh using for a desktop
[22:46] <blockh34d> xbmc is a full mod ya? like no X or anything like left on the machine yes?
[22:46] <blockh34d> yes I've written a number of apps on my PI
[22:46] <blkno1> mine is setup that way
[22:46] <blockh34d> if you don't try to use it for things it can't handle, its very capable
[22:47] <blockh34d> so minimal web browsing... Geany runs great though, as does python, what else do you need really
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[22:47] <blkno1> getting an error trying to execute some python code if anyone has an idea....
[22:47] <blkno1> File "/home/pi/PiGlow/Examples/piglow.py", line 22, in __init__ AttributeError: 'module' object has no attribute 'RPI_REVISION'
[22:49] <blockh34d> sorry no experience with piglow. do lots of python coding though. care to put piglow.py on pastebin? I'd have a look if you did
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[22:51] <blkno1> https://github.com/Boeeerb/PiGlow/blob/master/piglow.py
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[22:55] <blockh34d> hmm
[22:56] <blkno1> crud, gotta run, ill check back later if anything, thanks for taking a look.
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[22:56] <blockh34d> well it's not a pretty fix but you could remove lines 22 to 28 and replace them with i2c_bus = 0 or i2c_bus = 1
[22:56] <blockh34d> and see which of those works.
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[22:58] <blockh34d> if you do that, take care to tab it correctly. mui importante with python.
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