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IRC Log for 2014-03-25

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[0:01] <blockh34d> i think i will
[0:01] <blockh34d> i've wanted to get the most critical wrinkles sorted first but i think that's done now
[0:01] <blockh34d> its just such a heavy install for a little script i kinda worry about that but oh well
[0:01] <blockh34d> maybe 50 megs of install prereqs for a 20k script
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[0:16] <thomasreggi> just opened a new raspi came with noobs sd dunno which os to install -_- ideas?
[0:17] <thomasreggi> any recommendations?
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[0:18] <thomasreggi> I wanna do nodejs stuff
[0:18] <thomasreggi> servers ssh and such
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[0:20] <thomasreggi> AbbyTheRat: ideas?
[0:21] <thomasreggi> :)
[0:23] <plugwash> select raspbian
[0:24] <thomasreggi> plugwash: yeah?
[0:25] <thomasreggi> done!
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[0:30] <blockh34d> raspbian is good
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[0:40] <Datalink_> https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1419380698/connect-your-hd-camcorder-to-your-raspberry-pi?ref=category
[0:40] <Datalink_> want
[0:40] <Gadgetoid> Now installing SD card 1 of 13, har
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[1:27] <RainMan28> Hi everyone, I have one of the adafruit LCD displays and I'm trying to get some code working here: http://paste.pound-python.org/show/W5cvsy0NadQxZBxaitb9/
[1:27] <RainMan28> I am having trouble with my while loop on line 20
[1:27] <RainMan28> i can get the lcd.message to update with the time and IP address
[1:27] <RainMan28> but cant get the lcd backlight color to change at the same time
[1:28] <RainMan28> any ideas as to what I could be doing wrong?
[1:28] <shiftplusone> what do you think the for loop on line 22 does?
[1:29] <RainMan28> loops through the colors defined on line 21?
[1:29] <RainMan28> like lcd.backlight(lcd.RED)
[1:29] <shiftplusone> Right, but there's no delay or anything, it just ends on lcd.OFF. At best, you'd see a little flicker.
[1:29] <RainMan28> ahh
[1:29] <RainMan28> you're right
[1:29] <RainMan28> i do see a flicker
[1:29] <RainMan28> how can I make it change once per text update?
[1:30] <RainMan28> do i include the rest of the lines in the same for loop?
[1:30] <RainMan28> lines 24-28
[1:31] <shiftplusone> it's not pretty, but I think it'll work. There are a number of ways to go about it, but off the top of my head, I can't think of an elegant one.
[1:31] <RainMan28> ah I see
[1:32] <RainMan28> well you've already been super helpful
[1:32] <shiftplusone> also, I am not sure what lcd.ON and .OFF do, but are you sure they should be in that loop?
[1:32] <RainMan28> yeah it just gives it a white backlight
[1:32] <RainMan28> and then no backlight
[1:32] <shiftplusone> ah, okay
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[1:38] <AbbyTheRat> I was about to say the same, no delay
[1:38] <AbbyTheRat> but my other half was talking my ear off
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[1:59] <thomasreggi> Hey guys I can't connect to my pi via ssh on 127.0.0.1
[1:59] <thomasreggi> do have have to change the ip from dynamic to static or somehting?
[2:00] <shiftplusone> 127.0.0.1 is the local IP
[2:01] <shiftplusone> if you try to ssh to that IP, you will be SSH'ing to the computer you are running the ssh command from
[2:01] <shiftplusone> I suspect you looked at the ip of 'lo' rather than 'eth0'
[2:02] <thomasreggi> shiftplusone: ok bigger issue eth0 has no ip
[2:02] <shiftplusone> your pi is connected to a dhcp server?
[2:03] <thomasreggi> no clue
[2:03] <AbbyTheRat> oh boy
[2:03] <AbbyTheRat> okieee
[2:03] <AbbyTheRat> what's your home network setup, do you know?
[2:03] <thomasreggi> I'm at my office we have an apple airport extreme
[2:04] <AbbyTheRat> hee. Okie, your pi is connected via wire?
[2:04] <thomasreggi> dongle
[2:04] <AbbyTheRat> dongle for apple airport?
[2:05] <thomasreggi> I got a usb dongle in the rasppi
[2:05] <AbbyTheRat> I don't really know apple airpot at all.. it is it own hardware? or does it share same hardware?
[2:05] * AbbyTheRat heads to google
[2:05] <AbbyTheRat> hang a sec
[2:05] <thomasreggi> airport is a router / wifi sitch
[2:06] <SirLagz> thomasreggi: do have you a wlan0 interface ?
[2:06] <thomasreggi> yes
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[2:06] <thomasreggi> SirLagz: i think so, how do i figure out? it's in ifconfig
[2:06] <AbbyTheRat> ah it's router, okie I understand it
[2:06] <thomasreggi> SirLagz: it's the last one
[2:06] <thomasreggi> AbbyTheRat: yeah
[2:07] <SirLagz> thomasreggi: yeah it's in ifconfig. does it have an IP address ?
[2:07] <AbbyTheRat> with it own 802.11 protocal but it should be backward compiable anyway
[2:07] <thomasreggi> no it has a HWaddr
[2:08] <AbbyTheRat> sounds like it's not connected to the wifi
[2:08] <SirLagz> thomasreggi: you'll need to configure the dongle to connect to your airport then
[2:08] <thomasreggi> SirLagz: got it
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[2:09] <thomasreggi> SirLagz: so it's not plug and play?
[2:09] <SirLagz> thomasreggi: it is...but you still need to tell it your password to connect.
[2:09] <thomasreggi> SirLagz: the dongle I got has no doc it's from the CanaKit
[2:09] <thomasreggi> ohhh
[2:10] <SirLagz> thomasreggi: are you using Raspbian ?
[2:10] <thomasreggi> SirLagz: yes
[2:10] <SirLagz> thomasreggi: there's a nifty wifi configurator on the desktop. That should get you started.
[2:10] <thomasreggi> SirLagz: is there a command for that I didn't install the desktop
[2:10] <thomasreggi> SirLagz: plus i dont have a mouse -_-
[2:11] <thomasreggi> wicd-curses?
[2:11] <shiftplusone> how did you install raspbian?
[2:12] <SirLagz> thomasreggi: configure the network in /etc/network/interfaces
[2:12] <SirLagz> thomasreggi: well - that's my preferred method
[2:12] <thomasreggi> shiftplusone: through noobs,
[2:13] <shiftplusone> then you DID install the desktop, you're just not running it.
[2:13] <AbbyTheRat> it gave me an desktop o_O
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[2:13] <thomasreggi> shiftplusone: right
[2:13] <AbbyTheRat> *shrug*
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[2:30] <thomasreggi> I'm in the rasbian gui why isn't my adapter showing up within wifi?
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[2:31] <shiftplusone> was it showing up in ifconfig (it was NOT eth0)?
[2:31] <shiftplusone> ifconfig -a even
[2:32] <thomasreggi> I see eth0 and wlan0
[2:32] <thomasreggi> in ipconfig
[2:32] <thomasreggi> shiftplusone: but nothing within wifi
[2:32] <shiftplusone> can you pastebin the output of dmesg?
[2:33] <thomasreggi> shiftplusone: I can't connect to it =[ you want me to write it out by hand?
[2:33] <shiftplusone> heh, there are other ways, but nothing practical, I guess.
[2:33] <shiftplusone> what about dmesg | grep -i firmware ?
[2:34] <shiftplusone> do you see anything about missing firmware?
[2:35] <thomasreggi> my keyboard cant put a pipe |
[2:35] <thomasreggi> ug
[2:37] <thomasreggi> I'm here swapping out my keyboard / mouse, and have no clue what I'm going how do people do this without a screen?! lol
[2:37] <shiftplusone> I would set up /etc/network/interfaces up in advance
[2:38] <thomasreggi> -_-
[2:38] <thomasreggi> like just put the sd on my mac?
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[2:39] <shiftplusone> I was just pointlessly saying would do, but I don't think Macs can read ext filesystems without paying silly amounts of money. I don't touch Apple with a six foot pole, so I don't really know what the best way to go about it is or what the dongle required, if anything.
[2:40] <shiftplusone> *requires
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[2:55] <thomasreggi> I'm in!
[2:55] <thomasreggi> woooooHooo!
[2:56] <shiftplusone> huzzah
[2:56] <thomasreggi> I had made a typo in the network file and on boot I noticed the error that's why the desktop didn't have the device
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[3:02] <thomasreggi> so I was connected in the gui then restarted and I'm not connected anymore
[3:03] <thomasreggi> how do I make it so that I'm connected when the thing boots?
[3:03] <thomasreggi> the file save my network info in wpa_supplicant.conf
[3:07] <shiftplusone> the default interfaces file would auto-connect. Did you change anything?
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[3:08] <thomasreggi> shiftplusone: nope
[3:09] <thomasreggi> shiftplusone: i established a connection with the gui then ssh'd in and changed the settings to not boot to desktop
[3:09] <thomasreggi> now theres' no ip addr again and I can't ssh
[3:09] <thomasreggi> scratch that
[3:09] <thomasreggi> it's there
[3:09] <thomasreggi> wow
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[3:10] <thomasreggi> without a monitor how will I know when to connect to my pi?
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[3:25] <tonsofpcs> any suggestions on how to reflow a pi?
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[3:29] <shiftplusone> tonsofpcs, a specific part of the whole thing?
[3:29] <rasppi> Hey folks. I have a question I haven't been able to solve from googling around and reading FAQ's. I've gotten to the point where I need to recompile a raspberry pi kernel module, and I can't find the sources to build against. Do the raspbian kernel build images not live in apt?
[3:29] <shiftplusone> tonsofpcs, didn't we determine that your problem was the polyfuse last time?
[3:30] <shiftplusone> rasppi, there's the raspbian kernel and there's the foundation kernel
[3:30] <shiftplusone> rasppi, the foundation kernel does not come with source
[3:30] <rasppi> Well, that sucks.
[3:30] <shiftplusone> the raspbian kernel is packaged just like the debian kernel.
[3:30] <shiftplusone> well hang on, you have options still
[3:31] <shiftplusone> https://github.com/raspberrypi/linux
[3:31] <tonsofpcs> shiftplusone: this is for the one that keeps failing after 20 minutes under load or about a day and a half with low load
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[3:31] <rasppi> I'm on like hour 5 of raspberry pi development and I'm already at the point of kernel module recompliation. In a few more hours I may be floating in the middle of the ocean. =)
[3:31] <rasppi> I assume the kernel that rpi-update provides (Linux raspberrypi 3.10.33+ #658) ias a foundation kernel?
[3:31] <shiftplusone> rpi-update is trash you shouldn't be using, but yes.
[3:32] <rasppi> So what's "best practices" way to get my kernel? Preferably with a /lib/modules build dir.
[3:33] <shiftplusone> Any reason you don't want to switch to the raspbian kernel?
[3:33] <tonsofpcs> and last time, it was the power supply (possibly compounded by polyfuse issues), but that pi is fine
[3:34] <rasppi> None at all besides I'm like 5 hours into this and had no idea there wasn't a kernel concensus. Can I get a raspbian kernel via apt (I don't feel like building from source)
[3:34] <shiftplusone> yes, you can
[3:34] <shiftplusone> linux-image-rpi-rpfv
[3:34] <shiftplusone> and there's an appropriate headers package as well
[3:34] <rasppi> I believe I have that installed (I built against that at first not noticing the kernel version didn't match)
[3:35] <tonsofpcs> I think I solved my case issues at least... well, I need to tweak it as it's 200mm long and the biggest 3d printer I have access to is 200mm, but that'll be easy
[3:35] <shiftplusone> then you need to copy /vmlinuz to /boot/kernel.img
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[3:35] <rasppi> rpi-update blasts away the normal bootloader that would normally allow me to select that installation?
[3:36] <shiftplusone> what do you mean?
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[3:37] <rasppi> Normally (when I say normally, I mean in normal debian land) installing kernel via apt would allow me to select that from the bootloader without manually touching the boot partition
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[3:37] <shiftplusone> rpi-update downloads the latest firmware, kernel, modules and some userspace stuff, overwriting whatever is in its place (whether it's already managed by apt or not)
[3:37] <rasppi> If I reinstall the kernel via apt will that undo the rpi-update mess or will i still need to poke around boot?
[3:37] <shiftplusone> rasppi, nuh rpi-update is not to blame for that.
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[3:38] <shiftplusone> rasppi, the raspberry pi boots kernel.img. raspbian kernel is installed into /boot as some other file and symlinks it to /vmlinuz (to follow the debian convention)
[3:39] <rasppi> K. let me dig in.
[3:39] <shiftplusone> so you can either modify config.txt to boot a different kernel (whatever file it's installed as) or rename the kernel to kernel.img
[3:39] <rasppi> I presume 3.10-3 is the version I should be using?
[3:39] <shiftplusone> yeah, that's the raspbian one
[3:39] <rasppi> Alright, let me poke around.
[3:39] <rasppi> Btw to pop the stack for the moment, the issue I'm addressing is I'm fairly certain lirc_rpi has a bug WRT GPIO mode.
[3:39] <rasppi> It's output pins are stuck in input mode which causes the voltage to never go above ~ 1.3V
[3:40] <rasppi> Not sure if anyone has run into this again.
[3:40] <rasppi> err, before.
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[3:40] <rasppi> Even their FAQ shows the bug present in their kernel debug output.
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[3:45] <rasppi> shiftplusone: I take it I want to hack on config.txt and add:
[3:45] <rasppi> kernel vmlinuz-3.10-3-rpi
[3:45] <rasppi> ramfsfile initrd.img-3.10-3-rpi
[3:45] <rasppi> ramfsaddr 0x00800000
[3:45] <rasppi> (That file is a mess! It has \r's mixed with \n's!)
[3:45] <shiftplusone> initrd and ramfsaddr lines are not necessary
[3:46] <rasppi> Not necessary as in it will do the right thing without it, or not necessary like "it will boot, but who needs a ramfs?)"
[3:47] <rasppi> (It's been about 10 years since I've touched linux kernels at this level, and I've greatly enjoyed those 10 years. Gentoo stage1, not even once.)
[3:47] <shiftplusone> the latter
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[3:48] <shiftplusone> all of the modules needed to boot are already compiled-in and the rest are in /lib/modules, so you don't gain anything by using the initrd image
[3:48] <shiftplusone> but if you still want to use it, the ramfsaddr line is still optional.
[3:49] <rasppi> Okies. It rebooted. Yay. Let me see if I can insmod this hacked up lirc_rpi...
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[3:52] <rasppi> Thank you for the help. I'm to the point where I at least have the same source version as booted version. Let's see if I can make this thing work
[3:53] <shiftplusone> np
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[3:56] <rasppi> Hmm. The kernel switch seems to have broken lirc entirely. I wonder if the particular lirc_rpi module isn't in the raspbian sources?
[3:57] <shiftplusone> lovely
[3:58] <shiftplusone> plugwash is the wizard who generated that kernel, so you could ask him when he's on. Or dig around yourself.
[3:59] <rasppi> Ya I'm digging around now. lirc_rpi doesn't seem to ship as part of the raspbian kernel, just the one rpi-update provides (you called it the foundation kernel?)
[4:00] <rasppi> Oh well, I have to patch the damn thing anyway, might as well load it to begin with
[4:01] <shiftplusone> if you decide to go back to the foundation's kernel, it's here, https://github.com/raspberrypi/firmware/blob/master/boot/kernel.img and the source for it is here https://github.com/raspberrypi/linux
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[4:04] <thomasreggi> how would I "add the client's net address to the server's /etc/hosts"
[4:04] <thomasreggi> are we talking about the raspi host file or my mac?
[4:04] <rasppi> In order to do that, I think I'd need to build the entire kernel from source to get the build directory to build the broken module against, yes? Probably easier to just compile the module against the current kernel.
[4:04] <shiftplusone> thomasreggi, need context. What are you trying to accomplish?
[4:04] <thomasreggi> I'm trying to speed up ssh
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[4:05] <shiftplusone> it will not accomplish that, but on your mac.
[4:06] <thomasreggi> shiftplusone: any ideas on how to speed it up?
[4:06] <shiftplusone> rasppi, yup.
[4:06] <thomasreggi> shiftplusone: ive already fiddled with sshd_config
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[4:06] <shiftplusone> thomasreggi, nope, I have never felt that it was in any way slow, especially on a local network.
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[4:07] <thomasreggi> shiftplusone: It's pretty slow, slower then a normal vps I'd work with
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[4:28] <AbbyTheRat> might be other issues, but it's out of my realm of knowledge
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[5:11] <phire> ok, is anyone else having issues with zero sized files with ext4 if the pi is reset shortly after those files were written?
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[5:12] <shiftplusone> reset as in without a proper shutdown?
[5:12] <phire> yes
[5:14] <phire> my understand was, if data=ordered, then ext4 should't write to the journal unless the file write succeeded
[5:14] <shiftplusone> plugwash was talking about wear-levelling yesterday. What I got from that was that if you create a file, the card will allocate some space and may need to move data around. So although you may have created the file, the wear levelling algorithm may still be doing all sorts of things in the background and reseting the pi while that's happening isn't the best idea.
[5:14] <phire> so I should get the old, not an empty file
[5:15] <shiftplusone> yes, but the OS isn't aware of what the card is doing in the background. As far as it is concerned, the file may be written, but who knows what's actually happening. But what's actually happening?
[5:15] <phire> If it was a wear-leveling issue, I would expect junk data, not zero sized files
[5:16] <phire> also, the sd card isn't loosing power (however, the bootloader will reset it)
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[5:17] <shiftplusone> how do you reset the pi without cutting the power to the sd card? O_o
[5:17] <ShorTie> you mean it just all of a sudden reboots ??
[5:17] <phire> watchdog, it's pretty brutal
[5:17] <shiftplusone> hm
[5:18] <shiftplusone> I don't know =(. As far as I am concerned, if you reset without a proper shutdown, all bets are off.
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[5:18] <phire> yeah, that's not how I roll
[5:20] <phire> I like consistent behaviour across resets
[5:20] <SirLagz> phire: you're using the wrong device then.
[5:20] <shiftplusone> Then you might have to move away from flash storage and use NFS root or a USB HDD. =/
[5:20] <SirLagz> shiftplusone: exactly what I was about to say :D
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[5:21] <SirLagz> anyone happen to be a cacti expert here ?
[5:21] <SirLagz> stupid cacti isn't creating RRAs when it's meant to be =/
[5:22] <shiftplusone> There are a few growing in the backyard, but I have no idea what you're talking about. =P
[5:22] <SirLagz> shiftplusone: haha
[5:22] <ShorTie> or figure out why the watchdog timer keeps going off
[5:22] <phire> the watchdog timer went off because I asked it to go off
[5:22] <shiftplusone> There were a few people obsessed with temperature logging using it here, but I don't remember who they were.
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[5:23] <ShorTie> oh, so self imposed penents
[5:23] <phire> yeah, if something goes wrong it will reboot
[5:23] <shiftplusone> phire, playing around with the VC?
[5:24] <SirLagz> has anyone used a wifi dongle 24/7 for more than a year ?
[5:24] <phire> shiftplusone, no this is work stuff
[5:24] <shiftplusone> ah
[5:24] <shiftplusone> SirLagz, on a pi or in general?
[5:24] <SirLagz> shiftplusone: on a pi
[5:24] <dozn> Would I have any issues (skipping, etc.) sharing a folder with Samba, as well as playing music using MPD via USB?
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[5:24] <dastaan> for more than 2 weeks...yes
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[5:26] <SirLagz> I also need to work out why my RT5370s die after half a year of continuous use lol
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[5:26] <shiftplusone> phire, the foundation had to go to the manufacturers to figure out some of the wizardy the cards are doing, so I don't think what you're doing is going to be easy without a full understanding of ext4 and wear-levelling algorithms in the specific card you're using. =/
[5:27] <phire> Hmm, I might need data=journal to get the behaviour I want.
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[5:28] <shiftplusone> Well, report back if you sort it out... so that if it comes up again, I am not just making stuff up. >.>
[5:28] <phire> yeah, I'm well aware of the sd card issues
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[5:34] <phire> well, it's documented: http://thunk.org/tytso/blog/2009/03/12/delayed-allocation-and-the-zero-length-file-problem/
[5:34] <thomasreggi> I'd love some quick feedback I'm super excited and can't wait! http://raspberrypi.stackexchange.com/questions/14734/my-first-breadboard-led
[5:34] <shiftplusone> ah, so it's not even a flash thing.
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[5:35] <phire> no, as I suspected its an ext4 thing
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[5:35] <phire> actually more correctly it's a bug with the programs I'm using, (git and gcc)
[5:35] <shiftplusone> got it
[5:35] <acidchild> Howdy. I just installed raspbmc. I have a very small SD card (2GB) put have a 16GB USB thumb drive attached to the pi. which folder in the file system should i mount as that drive?
[5:37] <shiftplusone> acidchild, /mnt is usually used. There's also /media. You can create sub-directories or mount straight on /mnt.
[5:37] <phire> thomasreggi, what's the value of that resistor?
[5:38] <acidchild> shiftplusone: :) it's been automatically mounted in /media/$UUID. I just want to extend the filesystem. I get the feeling it will run out of space vary quickly even adding on addons
[5:38] <acidchild> and no LVM :-( wth
[5:39] <shiftplusone> acidchild, oh, that's trickier. Have you considered installing everything to the usb stick and only using the card to boot from?
[5:39] <thomasreggi> phire: 16 K ohms and 5 % tolerance I'm guessing just used a color calc
[5:40] <acidchild> The BIOS on the pi is set to boot from USB also?
[5:40] <acidchild> I was considering that but i didn't see any documentation suggesting you could.
[5:40] <Jusii> no
[5:40] <phire> can't be done, trust me we tried
[5:40] <shiftplusone> acidchild, no, that's why you need the SD card to boot from, but you can have the actual OS elsewhere.
[5:40] <Jusii> sdcard only, but after loading kernel you can switch to usb
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[5:41] <acidchild> I see, has any one documented this process?
[5:41] <thomasreggi> phire: is that ok?
[5:41] <shiftplusone> acidchild, yeah. I don't have a link off-hand, but there's plenty of information on this.
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[5:41] <acidchild> okay, i shall google!
[5:42] <acidchild> I think amazon is doing a deal on samsung SD cards today, maybe i will order one!
[5:42] <acidchild> http://www.amazon.com/b?tag=androidpolice-20&ie=UTF8&node=8729155011
[5:42] <shiftplusone> phire, well, it can, but in a different way. The current bootcode.bin does understand USB and there's a way to emulate an SD card over USB using another device. I don't know the details though, since none were released. =/
[5:42] <shiftplusone> sorry, not bootcode.bin
[5:42] <shiftplusone> bootrom
[5:43] <acidchild> I'm sure you get this question a lot. What about netflix on xmbc on the pi? is it possible?
[5:44] <shiftplusone> thomasreggi, in that circuit, what's the 5v line for? it doesn't seem to go anywhere?
[5:46] <acidchild> well this is wonderful. when i scroll down the menu it reboots. haha, maybe this is something for another time :-)
[5:46] <shiftplusone> acidchild, http://www.raspberrypi.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f=29&t=44177
[5:46] <acidchild> thank you shiftplusone.
[5:47] <shiftplusone> an overly-detailed guide for Raspbian.
[5:47] <shiftplusone> but the idea is the same.
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[5:47] <shiftplusone> as for netflix, it wasn't an option last time I checked.
[5:47] <acidchild> AH! i am powering it from the TV... maybe this isn't enough power to run it from.
[5:48] <thomasreggi> shiftplusone: whoops you're right
[5:48] <rasppi> Well. This sucks. The lirc_rpi driver seems simply broken when it comes to changing gpio pin mode. Have any of you played with it previously?
[5:52] <acidchild> the audio jack on the pi, is it a microphone or headphone port?
[5:52] <shiftplusone> headphone
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[5:59] <acidchild> Thanks shiftplusone. I have had this pi for a long time and have not played with it much. A while ago i turned it in to a CCTV camera using 'motion' and it stayed outside in -30*C all winter in a plastic box. It survived!
[6:00] <shiftplusone> Nice
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[6:01] <acidchild> I should document how i did that sometime. I used an s3 filesystem, so images would get uploaded right away to S3 incase someone saw the camera and decided to steal that too.
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[6:04] <acidchild> oh how ever do i love debian. :]
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[6:42] <c0be> having trouble with xenomai build for rasPi
[6:43] <c0be> anyone have experience w/ this?
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[6:47] <mybit> hello
[6:47] <c0be> o/
[6:47] <mybit> using gpio I have the mode as IN, how do I turn it low?
[6:47] <c0be> want to output low?
[6:48] <mybit> yes
[6:48] <c0be> set mode to OUT and write 0 to the pin
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[6:49] <mybit> hey hey
[6:49] <mybit> awesome it works
[6:49] <mybit> thank you
[6:49] <c0be> no probz
[6:49] <mybit> i must have had my wires mixed up before
[6:51] <Demon_Jester> Has anyone else here use their rpi as tor Access point?
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[8:23] <wallbroken> hi guys
[8:24] <wallbroken> does rPI support UHS-I SD standard?
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[8:44] <Xark> wallbroken: No, I don't believe it does.
[8:46] <Xark> wallbroken: See http://www.raspberrypi.org/archives/5679#comment-473070
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[8:47] <wallbroken> Xark: broken link
[8:48] <Xark> wallbroken: Hmm, works for me.
[8:48] <wallbroken> ok
[8:48] <wallbroken> now works
[8:50] <wallbroken> Xark, so, i need only class 10 without "I"
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[8:51] <Xark> wallbroken: The class may not matter much on RPi. Class 4 is probably fine...
[8:52] <Jusii> if 8GB is enough, just get the official card
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[12:19] <Gadgetoid> Drat, the Arduino IDE has glommed on to the imaginary COM1
[12:22] <Gadgetoid> Ah, Upload using programmer!
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[12:22] <Gadgetoid> I dare say that it just worked...
[12:25] <Gadgetoid> Thanks gordonDrogon! ( for your guides on getting the Arduino IDE up and running over GPIO )
[12:25] <Gadgetoid> I have the Piduino and Trinket ( the latter in theory ) being successfully programmed this way
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[12:31] * gordonDrogon waves
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[12:36] * SirLagz waves back to gordonDrogon
[12:36] * shiftplusone isn't sure who to wave at
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[12:40] <rikkib> Pick me
[12:40] * SirLagz picks rikkib
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[12:41] <rikkib> Why am I always the one picked last?
[12:42] * SirLagz picks Davespice
[12:42] <SirLagz> rikkib: happy now ? :P
[12:42] <rikkib> Yes
[12:43] <gordonDrogon> Davespice, you can use the PiDuino (and Gertduino!) to program off-board ATmegas - I've used it on ATtiny85's in the past...
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[12:43] <Davespice> hi gordonDrogon
[12:44] <Davespice> yeah I'm giving a demo on using the Gertduino at EE Live in Sanfrancisco next week
[12:44] <gordonDrogon> Are people still buying Gertduinos?
[12:45] <gordonDrogon> Use the new avrdud with the Gertuino, but you may have to slow it down - especially if you overlock.
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[13:03] <wallbroken> which is the best sd card for rPI?
[13:03] <sphenxes> @seek kasparov
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[13:05] <ppq> wallbroken, there is not really a best card
[13:05] <ppq> either they work or they do not
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[13:06] <wallbroken> class, uhs, layout
[13:06] <wallbroken> does sd is better than a microSD+adapter?
[13:06] <gordonDrogon> I've had good results with Sandisk class 6's.
[13:06] <ppq> size doesn't matter ;)
[13:07] <gordonDrogon> the foundation is selling samsung class 6's too - really cheap - probably the best deal right now too.
[13:07] <ppq> i use a class 10 samsung 32gb microsd
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[13:07] <ppq> got it for ~15€ iirc
[13:08] <wallbroken> gordonDrogon: UHS-I ?
[13:08] <gordonDrogon> in theory a class 10 ought to be slower on the Pi than a class 6 and some tests I did months and months ago sort of suggested that, however some crude tests I did yesterday didn't make much difference.
[13:08] <gordonDrogon> wallbroken, SDHC by the looks of it.
[13:09] <wallbroken> yes, but some models are whith "I"
[13:09] <wallbroken> *with
[13:09] <gordonDrogon> the actual interface seems limited to 20MB/sec, so faster cards won't benefit - but c10 are supposed to be optimised for streaming (e.g. video recorders) and c6 for more random access. The Pi will have a more random access/small file pattern for the most part.
[13:10] <gordonDrogon> at the end of the day, it seems to boil down to using a well known brand rather than some dodgy cheap card off ebay...
[13:10] <gordonDrogon> it's a Pi. Accept that it's not a desktop PC and will never have the performance of one.... so relax and be happy :)
[13:11] <wallbroken> so, class6 in the case of rPI should work better than class10
[13:13] <N3sh108> hello guys, I just installed a rasp camera module (NOIR) and I noticed that raspistill returns 2 types of pictures
[13:13] <N3sh108> is it normal?
[13:13] <N3sh108> (I can explain better if it is not clear :D )
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[13:20] <pksato> two types?
[13:20] <pksato> two files?
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[13:21] <pksato> one image that appears to be a sepia and color mixed?
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[13:25] <N3sh108> here I am, sorry for the delay
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[13:25] <N3sh108> let's call the first one 'normal'
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[13:26] <N3sh108> the second one is like a normal still but a bit zoomed in and with a slightly different color grading
[13:26] <N3sh108> is it part of the IR feature?
[13:26] <N3sh108> both of them, in daylight, are colored
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[13:28] <pksato> N3sh108: yes. is normal to noir cam. It dont have filter to cut infrared and ultraviolet light.
[13:28] <pksato> ah?
[13:29] <pksato> that command line you used?
[13:30] <N3sh108> @pksato: yeah, I guessed so :)
[13:30] <N3sh108> thanks
[13:30] <pksato> see here http://raspi.tv/2013/pinoir-whats-it-for-comparison-of-raspicam-and-pi-noir-output-in-daylight
[13:31] <N3sh108> anyway, another questions: I am trying to run raspistill from a shell script (I run the raspistill stream, start mjpg-streamer and a gyro-reader tool). But it seems like the stream either doesn't start or just dies straightaway
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[13:32] <N3sh108> any known issue on this? The command I use for it, works when executed directly on a terminal
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[13:32] <N3sh108> (thanks for the link, pksato)
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[13:33] <pksato> I want to buy noir cam... (and a normal)
[13:34] <N3sh108> it's cool actually :D
[13:34] <N3sh108> I was working with a normal USB camera
[13:34] <N3sh108> and the size difference is huge
[13:35] <N3sh108> plus the fact that the quality is very acceptable (at least for my use)
[13:35] <N3sh108> anyway, is there anything against running raspistill in background? It doesn't seem to work
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[13:36] <N3sh108> ok, I tested it: raspistill works once but then it stops
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[13:43] <Xeta_> Anyone here good with openmax C api? Is there anyway i can get some kind of debug output to figure out why a videon isen't showing?
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[14:06] <pzp> hey all
[14:07] <pzp> Is there CyanogenMod for the RPi?
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[14:14] <N3sh108> pksato: do you know if there is any special way to change (and fix) the focus of the NoIR camera?
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[14:16] <pzp> Another different question
[14:16] <pzp> How can I host my website from my Pi?
[14:16] <pzp> Ideally for free
[14:17] <N3sh108> pzp: is the network you are going to put the Pi in yours?
[14:19] <sney> you put php5-fpm, nginx, and mysql on it and hope that you never have more than 10 clients or so
[14:20] <sney> cyanogenmod for the pi is unlikely since even vanilla android doesn't really work, and iirc they stopped working on it
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[14:23] <nid0> pzp: short answer is yes, long answer depends on a few things
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[14:40] <N3sh108> .
[14:40] <N3sh108> .
[14:40] <N3sh108> .
[14:40] <N3sh108> .
[14:40] <N3sh108> .
[14:40] <N3sh108> .
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[14:41] <IT_Sean> ...
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[14:57] <gordonDrogon> ---
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[14:58] <IT_Sean> ... --- ...
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[15:07] <Demon_Jester> Hey guys I am trying to install lighttpd on my pi (sudo apt-get install lighttpd) but it keeps failing to download. I checked the link (.deb download link) in my web browser and said 404 not available. Is there a different link I can use wget to download and install it?
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[15:10] <ppq> Demon_Jester, sudo apt-get update and try again
[15:10] <pzp> N3sh108: I think so…it's my own website if thats what you mean
[15:10] <pzp> nid0: Is there a guide or something I can read?
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[15:11] <Demon_Jester> ppq is update ok to use? I ran update and upgrade last night, and it totally bugged iptables, and i just dont want to run update again and have my iptables broken again
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[15:13] <ppq> Demon_Jester, apt-get update will only update the package lists
[15:13] <ppq> Demon_Jester, if those are outdated, you'll get the 404s
[15:13] <Demon_Jester> I said screw it and ran it lol
[15:13] <Demon_Jester> ok
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[15:14] <ppq> upgrade on the other hand will actually update the packages
[15:14] <ppq> which you should do, by the way
[15:14] <Demon_Jester> yeah iptables is broken in the most current update (atleast thats what I found out with my google search and if I read correctly its in the kernel.. too.
[15:15] <Demon_Jester> I would love to ppq but I statement is why I wont.
[15:15] <Demon_Jester> but my statement*
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[16:02] <hunternet93> Are the libraries in /opt/vc/lib available in a .deb package?
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[16:07] <Demon_Jester> hey guys i put a command to start lighttpd (sudo /etc/init.d/lighttpd start) and it wont start on boot it only works when i manually put it in
[16:07] <Demon_Jester> any ideas to remedy this? :(
[16:10] <hunternet93> Demon_Jester: update-rc.d lighttpd enable
[16:10] <killer_prince> when its started during boot, does it have everything that it needs, like ip address etc.. any error in the logs..?
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[16:11] <hunternet93> Demon_Jester: The script in init.d starts lighttpd, update-rc.d set is to start on boot.
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[16:18] <computer2000> how can i copy a file to an usb device in the console? where is the usb drive?
[16:18] <computer2000> it is formatted as FAT
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[16:20] <nid0> mkdir /mnt/usb
[16:20] <nid0> fdisk -l to find the stick, its probably at /dev/sda1
[16:20] <nid0> mount -t vfat /dev/sda1 /mnt/usb
[16:21] <nid0> cp /path/to/file /mnt/usb/
[16:23] <computer2000> nid0: thx a alot
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[16:44] <computer2000> nid0: fdisk -l gives no results!
[16:44] <computer2000> how can that be
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[16:46] <[SLB]> sudo fdisk -l
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[16:49] <killer_prince> check using lsusb to see if pi is able to detect your usb..
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[16:57] <ShorTie> or l00k in dmesg
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[17:06] <computer2000> can anyone help me mounting a FAT usb drive? i got strange output from sudo fdisk -l
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[17:07] <computer2000> sudo fdisk -l gives output: http://hastebin.com/pavulacofu.vhdl
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[17:08] <ShorTie> what all do you have on the usb bus ??
[17:08] <computer2000> only one usb drive
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[17:09] <ShorTie> what does dmesg say about it ??
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[17:15] <computer2000> ShorTie: a lot ... crypto to me
[17:15] <ShorTie> it most like be the last part of it
[17:16] <[SLB]> unplug it and replug it, then dmesg again
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[17:16] <[SLB]> you should see /dev/sdsomething
[17:16] <ShorTie> you could unplug it, do a dmesg, then replug it to find out what is added
[17:16] <computer2000> [SLB]: i get /dev/sda as new disk
[17:17] <[SLB]> hm, then what's the old disc?
[17:17] <[SLB]> df -h
[17:17] <computer2000> what do you mean by old disk?
[17:18] <[SLB]> you said new disk, so, there must be an old one too i guess :p
[17:18] <computer2000> when i plug in the usb drive, /dev/sda becomes available
[17:18] <computer2000> thats what i mean by new :)
[17:18] <ShorTie> is this usb drive brand new ??
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[17:19] <ShorTie> sometimes they put some funky stuff on them when brand new
[17:19] <[SLB]> earlier fdisk -l should show all the drivers but i only saw sda, so i thought it was the system disc, but apparently it's indeed the usb drive
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[17:20] <ShorTie> you only have the sdcard and that usb drive as storage media's ??
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[17:21] <computer2000> [SLB]: ive cut away the internal drive for better readability :-)
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[17:21] <[SLB]> ah ok that's why we couldn't realise eheh
[17:21] <[SLB]> sda it is then
[17:22] <computer2000> ShorTie: the usb drive is a dev-board to an epaper display, which has 57KB in size and is formatted under Win7 as FAT (not FAT32, just FAT) ...
[17:22] <computer2000> the strange thing is, when i connect it to my macbook air, it gets mounted correctly, automatically, so i guess it must be possible to mount it in raspbian too?
[17:22] <ShorTie> you could try 'fisk /dev/sda', then hit 'p' to show the partitions, then 'q' to quit without writing
[17:22] <ShorTie> ok, got me all that
[17:23] <ShorTie> it seems almost like there are 4 partitions on it to me
[17:23] <ShorTie> hence the /dev/sda1-4 entries with 'fdisk -l'
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[17:25] <computer2000> ShorTie: yeah and mount works only for /dev/sda, but not for any of sda1-4 ... it says "device does not exist"...
[17:25] <[SLB]> hm i'm surprised it works for sda
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[17:27] <computer2000> im surprised it works on mac, id like to know how it mounts it
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[17:54] <Jusii> you can format device without partitioning
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[17:55] <Jusii> you can partition it yourself
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[18:26] <`teh1> is there a safe way to reboot from a boot script
[18:26] <`teh1> for instance if fsck on a partition returns 2
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[19:40] <LinuxBro> Howdy
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[19:50] <LinuxBro> So I was planning to build a Light Theremin with my spare Pi. I was planning to wire a photoresistor up with a capacitor, and then measure the rate at which the capacitor fills and discharges. THen use that rate to generate a tone. Does that sound do-able?
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[20:14] <tonsofpcs> if you're doing it analog, why do you need a pi?
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[21:32] <sqrrl> say, is it just me or this video looks pretty bad on the pi? http://public.infozen.cshls.lldns.net/infozen/public/public.m3u8
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[21:42] <gordonDrogon> I've no idea what it is - is it meant to play in firefox?
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[21:42] <IT_Sean> what the heck is a .m3u8 file?
[21:42] <IT_Sean> never 'erd of that
[21:42] <gordonDrogon> chrome seems to think it's some sort of streaming file.
[21:43] <[SLB]> it works on my desktop but quality is quite bad to begin with
[21:43] <leio> it's a playlist; proper players can play straight from it.
[21:43] <gordonDrogon> it has 3 files in it with lines like:
[21:43] <gordonDrogon> #EXT-X-STREAM-INF:PROGRAM-ID=1775281150,BANDWIDTH=1000000
[21:43] <gordonDrogon> public/public_1000.m3u8
[21:44] <gordonDrogon> oh well, if neither firefox nor chrome on my desktop can handle it, then it's not going to be viewed by me.
[21:44] <leio> they refer to separate playlist files based on the contents bandwidth needs.
[21:44] <[SLB]> i used chrome
[21:45] <leio> chrome isn't a video player.
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[21:45] <gordonDrogon> under Linux? Mine just downloaded it then asked for an application to play it.
[21:45] <leio> and far from one for the RPi
[21:45] <[SLB]> yes on linux
[21:45] <sqrrl> just do $ omxplayer <link>
[21:45] <[SLB]> chrome beta, not sure stable
[21:46] <sqrrl> IT_Sean: it's just a playlist
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[21:46] <sqrrl> that's a very standart playlist that every player can cope with :|
[21:46] <leio> just pass it to totem or something on full desktop linux.
[21:46] <sqrrl> (video is a live nasa stream of soyuz launch)
[21:47] <leio> or vlc, whatever. Not that it helps for the original question
[21:47] <sqrrl> (the launch will be in about 30 minutes)
[21:47] <sqrrl> it's just sometimes the video plays pretty nice and somtimes it's all squares
[21:48] <gordonDrogon> "Movie Player" under Gnome 3 couldn't pay it.
[21:48] <gordonDrogon> it's lacking a lot of information though - public/public_1000.m3u8 doesn't exactly have a site URL in it, so it's no surprise it can't find it.
[21:48] <leio> movie player (totem) plays it fine, provided necessary gstreamer plugins.
[21:48] <sqrrl> mpv plays it
[21:49] <sqrrl> so i assume mplayer would play it as well
[21:49] <leio> that's a relative path; it knows where the original is if you open URL, instead of saving the playlist and opening locally..
[21:49] <sqrrl> and really, even omxplayer plays it
[21:50] <leio> opening it in "Movie Player" after saving the playlist in chrome would probably not work, as the relative paths don't work then.
[21:50] <leio> You can open an URL in totem.
[21:51] <leio> "Open Location" menu item. Appmenu, not menu (top black bar app menu if inside gnome3).
[21:51] <sqrrl> leio: does the video look like hd?
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[21:51] <sqrrl> rather, is it consitent in the quality department?
[21:51] <gordonDrogon> vlc played a few seconds of something.
[21:51] <gordonDrogon> but it whinged bitterly.
[21:52] <leio> no, I don't think they use 720p cameras or so everywhere. The clip that happened now with someones face looked crisper f.ex.
[21:52] <gordonDrogon> lots of: [h264 @ 0x9be61e0] decode_slice_header error
[21:52] <leio> but it's 720p
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[21:52] <leio> IFF it picks the public_1000 bandwidth playlist.
[21:53] <sqrrl> i see :3
[21:53] <sqrrl> i guess then pi is not to blame then
[21:53] <leio> It feels like 720p live encoded into a pretty low bits/sec
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[21:54] <leio> they just probably aren't using x264 ;)
[21:56] <gordonDrogon> http://unicorn.drogon.net/foo is the error output from vlc
[21:57] <sqrrl> since omxplayer plays it fine it's probably h264 :p
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[21:58] <leio> it is h.264
[21:59] <leio> while .m3u8 is a UTF-8 encoded M3U playlist, it uses the bandwidth or whatever extensions to give information for HTTP Live Streaming
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[21:59] <leio> Which is actually more complicated than just playing a file. With a proper player, it would actually be able to automatically switch between the different bandwidth streams as it finds the connection can't handle the higher, etc
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[22:00] <leio> so with e.g gstreamer (as in totem), it actually uses hlsdemux
[22:00] <leio> I doubt omxplayer has such capabilities. Note that gstreamer works fine in RPi, at least on the terminal.
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[22:01] <leio> (there is a performance regression in latest versions somewhere, but that's an issue with complicated 720p media or 1080i/1080p)
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[22:02] <leio> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HTTP_Live_Streaming
[22:02] <sqrrl> wait, there's something other than omxplayer that can play hd on the pi?
[22:02] <leio> of course.
[22:02] <sqrrl> :O
[22:03] <leio> gstreamer gst-omx element built for rpi works
[22:03] <sqrrl> last time i checked there was only omxplayer
[22:03] <leio> and eglglessink built for rpi can output straight to dispmanx like omxplayer
[22:03] <leio> gstreamer work for RPi was done like sprint/summer 2013 I believe
[22:03] <leio> spring*
[22:04] <sqrrl> that's many words i don't know
[22:04] <leio> (eglglessink is a plugin found in the gst-plugins-bad tarball)
[22:04] <sqrrl> i guess i'll look up it all later
[22:04] <leio> (gst-omx is a separate tarball, which can be configured for rpi with its ./configure flags)
[22:04] <sqrrl> (since omxplayer words pretty well)
[22:04] <leio> I have packages for it all for gentoo of course ;)
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[22:05] <leio> raspbian is a bit sad in terms of packages and their up-to-dateness.
[22:05] * sqrrl hugs raspbian
[22:05] <leio> last I got stuck in getting all the pieces together for gstreamer to work right inside weston
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[22:06] <leio> drifted to other stuff in that project for a while, should be able to get back to it soon. But that's weston specifics (it uses hardware overlays that are layered higher than where gstreamer renders it, so you don't actually see the video :D)
[22:07] <leio> on terminal or Xorg should work fine (sans that potential perf regression, but people say it's only a 1080p problem, and I need to get to debugging that at some point if others don't meanwhile - I hope they do)
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[22:07] <leio> Meanwhile they are also working on speeding up webkit for browsing with e.g midori.
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[22:09] <sqrrl> i hope you are not talking to /me/ because that'd be pretty much futile
[22:09] <leio> I am talking to you, not saying you need to code something there, but as something to watch out the progress of, and eventually make use of
[22:10] <sqrrl> yeah i'm just uh..
[22:10] <sqrrl> stupid
[22:10] <leio> I guess the weston stuff got a bit complicated, yes :P
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[22:11] <leio> browsing = browsing the web.
[22:11] <sqrrl> last time i wasted 10 hours installing strongswan when i realised that i had updated the kernel and didn't restart
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[22:12] <sqrrl> so i guess i'll be using omxplayer as long as it works and when it ceases to do that i'll just stop watching videos t_t
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[22:13] <leio> yeah, I wonder what's up with raspbian. All the interesting stuff doesn't really appear in main repository in my experience
[22:14] <leio> hopefully I can get back to gentoo work on RPi soon and hopefully a binary derivative picks up on it to make it easy to install stuff :)
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[22:14] <sqrrl> ..sometimes omxplayer just stops playing a stream
[22:14] <sqrrl> ..3 minutes to launch!
[22:15] <leio> http://wiki.matthiasbock.net/index.php/Hardware-accelerated_video_playback_on_the_Raspberry_Pi#gstreamer
[22:16] * sqrrl bookmarks
[22:16] <leio> I haven't used those, so not sure what quality and such
[22:16] <leio> in terms of packaging
[22:16] <leio> (the third party package subsection)
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[22:17] <leio> if built from source, or in some split off gstreamer package, there could also be a gst-play-1.0 tool, so you don't need to do the complicated playbin uri=/absolute/path stuff, but can just pass a relative path to it and go on the terminal
[22:19] <leio> you can ping me if you get to it at some point in future and get stuck, maybe I can help then. Happy launch!
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[22:28] * sqrrl writes down everything leio said and stores it in a neat file
[22:28] <sqrrl> thank you o almighty!
[22:28] <sqrrl> meanwhile, the space ship's in the space!
[22:29] <leio> ISS mission?
[22:31] <sqrrl> yup
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[22:51] <T3CHKOMMIE> hey guys, im having a dreadful time with GPIO and a simple moment switch. can anyone help me figure out why it seems its got a mind of its own?
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[22:52] <ShorTie> are trying to pick it up when pushed or when released ??
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[22:53] <T3CHKOMMIE> i beleive the code is reading how many "ticks" its pressed down for.
[22:53] <T3CHKOMMIE> but if I jiggle a gpio wire, or let it sit for minutes, it will trigger itself... :(
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[22:59] <gordonDrogon> T3CHKOMMIE, you need a pull-up or pull-down resistor.
[23:00] <gordonDrogon> T3CHKOMMIE, what line (3.3v or 0v) is your switch connected to?
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[23:01] <T3CHKOMMIE> the switch just run from gpio 23 to ground.
[23:01] <gordonDrogon> t3 in that case, issue the command: gpio -g mode 23 up
[23:01] <gordonDrogon> to enable the internal pull-up resistor.
[23:01] <gordonDrogon> (assuming you have wiringPi installed)
[23:02] <T3CHKOMMIE> oh yeah forgot i have a 5K resiter inbetween the switch and the ground pin.
[23:02] <gordonDrogon> that won't make any difference.
[23:02] <T3CHKOMMIE> oh man, i guess i dont understand this at all...
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[23:02] <gordonDrogon> although 1K might be better - it's not needed whatsoever.
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[23:04] <T3CHKOMMIE> gordonDrogon, how can i stall wiringpi?
[23:05] <gordonDrogon> you don't need to - but whatever you do, you need to either physically fit a pull-up resistor or enable the internal one. if you're using python then I can't really help you - the wiringPi library which includes the gpio command is mostly for C. Get it: http://wiringpi.com/download
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[23:06] <gordonDrogon> you could use one of the I2C pins - they have on-board pull-up resistors.
[23:06] <gordonDrogon> unless you're also using I2C...
[23:07] <T3CHKOMMIE> ya i got a themro sensor and a raspicam... i think i am using I2C already.
[23:08] <gordonDrogon> you probably aren't.
[23:11] <T3CHKOMMIE> ok im going to give wiring pi a shot, since I dont know how to create a hardware pullup resistor
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[23:12] <gordonDrogon> I'm presuming your code is written in Python?
[23:12] <T3CHKOMMIE> yes
[23:12] <gordonDrogon> ok.
[23:12] <gordonDrogon> install wiringPi, then from the command line you can simply check with gpio -g read 23
[23:12] <T3CHKOMMIE> ok
[23:14] <T3CHKOMMIE> 0?
[23:14] <T3CHKOMMIE> ah, i did the "up" command now it reads 0
[23:15] <T3CHKOMMIE> ^^^ sorry about that, wasnt in bash....
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[23:15] <T3CHKOMMIE> wow, its acting like the button is pressed down.
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[23:22] <gordonDrogon> T3CHKOMMIE, ok - so you did gpio -g mode 23 up
[23:22] <gordonDrogon> then gpio -g mode 23 in
[23:22] <T3CHKOMMIE> gordonDrogon, sure did
[23:22] <gordonDrogon> then you read it with gpio -g read 23
[23:22] <T3CHKOMMIE> yup 1
[23:22] <gordonDrogon> it should read 1
[23:22] <gordonDrogon> and push the button and it will read 0.
[23:23] <T3CHKOMMIE> hold the button down?
[23:23] <gordonDrogon> yes. then run the gpio read command again.
[23:23] <T3CHKOMMIE> ok
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[23:23] <gordonDrogon> or run this: while true; do gpio -g read 23 ; done
[23:23] <gordonDrogon> Hit Ctrl-C to stop that running.
[23:24] <T3CHKOMMIE> ok
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[23:25] <gordonDrogon> you should see the screen scrolling up - reading 0 when you push the button, 1 when it's not pushed.
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[23:26] <gordonDrogon> and if that works, then great - off you go - try your program.
[23:27] <T3CHKOMMIE> hm. thats not working ...
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[23:30] <T3CHKOMMIE> gordonDrogon, just getting 1's
[23:30] <T3CHKOMMIE> whats weird is that my switch is ok. when i hook it up to a DVM, i get 1 for resistance when its opne and about 0.02 ohms when closed.
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[23:31] <gordonDrogon> it's possible the 5K resistor is too high.
[23:31] <T3CHKOMMIE> thats kinda what i was thinking, so i just crossed wires....
[23:31] <T3CHKOMMIE> still nothihing... i think i missed something.
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[23:32] <T3CHKOMMIE> gpio -g mode 23 up
[23:32] <T3CHKOMMIE> then
[23:32] <T3CHKOMMIE> gpio -g mode 23 in
[23:32] <T3CHKOMMIE> right?
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[23:32] <gordonDrogon> yes. I just checked though - the internal resistor is about 50K - with a 5K external one to ground the voltage ought to be 300 mV which should register as a 0.
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[23:33] <gordonDrogon> lets make sure we're refering to the same pin. check with http://wiringpi.com/pins/
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[23:34] <T3CHKOMMIE> thats sounds like a good way to start
[23:34] <gordonDrogon> your usig pin 23 - which I call bcm_gpio 23, or wiringPi pin number 4 or physical pin number 16.
[23:34] <T3CHKOMMIE> ah
[23:34] <T3CHKOMMIE> ya so wireingpi pin 4
[23:34] <gordonDrogon> ok. we have the right pin.
[23:34] <T3CHKOMMIE> ya phiscal 16
[23:35] <gordonDrogon> what happens if you : gpio -g mode 23 down ; gpio -g read 23
[23:36] <T3CHKOMMIE> 0
[23:36] <gordonDrogon> ok, that's fine. the pin works ok.
[23:36] <gordonDrogon> so back to gpio -g mode 23 up
[23:37] <gordonDrogon> then check the button circuit. gpio pin -> resistor -> button -> 0v/Gnd is how it ought to be wired up.
[23:37] <gordonDrogon> although the resistor and button can go either way round.
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[23:38] <gordonDrogon> If you connect your voltmeter between 0v/Gnd ad the gpio pin it ought to read 3.3v with the button open, and about 0.3v with it closed.
[23:38] <T3CHKOMMIE> ive got grdn -> 5K res -> switch -> pin 23
[23:38] <T3CHKOMMIE> ill try that
[23:39] <T3CHKOMMIE> oh
[23:40] <T3CHKOMMIE> im not getting a voltage off the gpio
[23:40] <gordonDrogon> is it staying at 3.3v ?
[23:40] <gordonDrogon> you should get 3.3v.
[23:40] <gordonDrogon> (with the button open)
[23:40] <T3CHKOMMIE> ya
[23:40] <gordonDrogon> did you do: gpio -g mode 23 up
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[23:40] <T3CHKOMMIE> sure did
[23:41] <gordonDrogon> well, if gpio -g read 23 shows 1 then the pin ought to be at 3.3v.
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[23:41] <T3CHKOMMIE> ya read is showing 1
[23:41] <T3CHKOMMIE> hm... what is goign on.
[23:42] <T3CHKOMMIE> somethings wrong. i am not getting 3v from my p1 either
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[23:43] <T3CHKOMMIE> ok
[23:43] <T3CHKOMMIE> i touched dvm to gpio directy and i got 3.0v
[23:43] <T3CHKOMMIE> something might be wrong with my gpio cables?
[23:43] <gordonDrogon> 3v is probably ok.
[23:43] <gordonDrogon> make sure it goes to 0v (or close) when you push the button.
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[23:46] <T3CHKOMMIE> bloddy hell, it looks like one of my jumper cables was broken.
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[23:46] <T3CHKOMMIE> lemmy check the voltage drop on thee switch
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[23:47] <gordonDrogon> Hm. MS has open sourced MS-DOS.
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[23:49] <T3CHKOMMIE> gordonDrogon, when button pushed, V = 0
[23:49] <ppq> * terms and conditions apply
[23:49] <ppq> scnr
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[23:49] <gordonDrogon> T3CHKOMMIE, excellent - now try your program.
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[23:50] <gordonDrogon> ppq, yea, non-commercial research, but you know what... I don't actually want to download it. I got to the 'accept' page and have decided not to.
[23:51] <ppq> :)
[23:51] <T3CHKOMMIE> gordonDrogon, interesting, when i initiate my program the voltage on the gpio drops to0
[23:52] <T3CHKOMMIE> i am wonding if i need to split the 3.3 volt pin 1 and pass it THROUGH the button
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[23:54] <gordonDrogon> T3CHKOMMIE, make sure the program isn't setting the mode to output first.
[23:54] <ShorTie> y u yell so much, all those caps are hard to read
[23:54] <gordonDrogon> anyway ,I'm off to bed.
[23:54] <gordonDrogon> zzz
[23:54] <T3CHKOMMIE> thanks
[23:54] <T3CHKOMMIE> ill keep dinking aroudn with it
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