#raspberrypi IRC Log

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IRC Log for 2014-07-03

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[0:36] <[Saint]> Lets play, guess when this app was launched: http://cdn.androidpolice.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/nexusae0_Radical1-351x625.png
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[1:45] * IWishIKnew (~IWishIKne@ip68-224-135-32.lv.lv.cox.net) Quit (Quit: Binary is just base-2, just like hexadecimal is base 16, and bytes are base 256. All your bases are belong to us.)
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[3:31] <The_HunterT> Anyone here?
[3:31] * The_HunterT (~pi@c-98-253-186-186.hsd1.in.comcast.net) Quit (Quit: leaving)
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[3:43] <mhoney> im here ;)
[3:44] <[Saint]> No you're not.
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[3:57] * Corey84 (~Corey84@unaffiliated/corey84) Quit (Quit: Heading to the far side of the firewall)
[4:00] * lvispy (~luiz@179-125-128-40.desktop.com.br) Quit ()
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[4:07] <mhoney> mostly
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[5:23] <fbite> My raspberry pi is booting really small screen. MY screen is huge but the actual image of the pi loading is a super small box. Any google search regarding a small screen is giving me results to purchase a small lcd screen for the pi. I am not searching for hardware, does anyone know which section of the confix.txt settles this? its not a resolution issue
[5:28] <[Saint]> HDMI or composite?
[5:29] <[Saint]> fbite: ?
[5:31] <pksato> ~
[5:31] * pksato (~PEBKAC@unaffiliated/pksato) Quit (Quit: Problem Exists Between Keyboard And Chair)
[5:31] * froxfield (~titch515@gateway/tor-sasl/titch515) Quit (Remote host closed the connection)
[5:33] * [Saint] shrugs and wanders off to offer support to other people who probably won't answer his questions either
[5:34] <LaraCraft304> simple question: using a transistor tought 5v and gpio, i can replace the 1k resistor (of base) with a zener?
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[5:52] <yggdrasil> good evening gentlemen
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[6:01] * [Saint] can think of at least two users that would take objection to that remark
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[6:03] * Textmode huggles the objection
[6:04] * [Saint] won't play "pin the vagina on the username" for the sake or privacy
[6:04] <[Saint]> *of, rather
[6:05] <[Saint]> Were I female, that would be the very last thing I would want the Internet to know about me. :)
[6:09] <yggdrasil> theye should perhaps speak up
[6:10] <yggdrasil> good evening ladles and jellyspoons
[6:17] <[Saint]> I believe there's a very specific reason why some females on the Internet chose not to confirm their sex:
[6:17] <[Saint]> Men.
[6:17] <[Saint]> :)
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[6:17] <[Saint]> I imagine it would be akin to painting a target on one's back.
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[6:25] <Textmode> [Saint]: even saying nothing doesn't help much. I've gotten a few propositions, even *proposals*.
[6:25] * Textmode shudders.
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[6:26] <[Saint]> "Hurr duur, we're of opposite sex and on the Internet. We should produce miniature humans from our loins. Hurr durr."
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[9:02] <gordonDrogon> LaraCraft304, no - keep a resistor to the base of the transistor.
[9:03] <LaraCraft304> gordonDrogon, diode do not protect gpio for reversed voltages?
[9:06] <mgottschlag> LaraCraft304: I assume you use a bipolar transistor? NPN/PNP? those need some current limiting
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[9:07] <LaraCraft304> mgottschlag, I use a NPN (2N3904)
[9:07] <gordonDrogon> LaraCraft304, the transistor will isolate the Pi's 3.3v from your 5v switching supply (unless it shorts out). You could put a zener on the Pi's gpio pin in-case of that, but you still need a resistor.
[9:08] <gordonDrogon> and the value of that resistor ought to be calculated, but you'll probably be ok with 1K.
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[9:11] <gordonDrogon> that's a small-signal transistor (100mA- would be OK to switch a small relay with that. What are you using it for?
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[9:18] <LaraCraft304> gordonDrogon, Only for study, tests.. i'm controlling some 15v buzzers using pwm, but I cannot understand this transistor on the gpio... the zener should not block all inversed voltage?
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[9:21] <LaraCraft304> ops, resistor.
[9:21] <LaraCraft304> sorry
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[10:04] <gordonDrogon> LaraCraft304, sorry - been having breakfast. you don't need to block reverse votlage on the gpio - as there isn't any. The base-emitter junction is effectively a diode to block anything coming back.
[10:05] <gordonDrogon> LaraCraft304, gpio pin - > resistor -> base -> emitter -> 0v, then +15v -> buzzer -> collector.
[10:05] <gordonDrogon> LaraCraft304, the resistor limits the base->emitter current to a small value which won't destroy the junction nor the gpio pin.
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[10:11] <LaraCraft304> gordonDrogon, hmm, it makes sense now
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[10:11] <LaraCraft304> thanks gordon
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[10:14] <gordonDrogon> just make sure the buzzer you're using is low current and can handle 15v!
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[10:17] <gordonDrogon> afk for a bit - bread delivery, etc. :)
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[12:26] <Matrikular> hello, i have a strange situation with my pi model B regarding ssh / wlan where when i connect to it from windows (putty) the connection gets lost after a while.
[12:26] <Matrikular> before that, i can ping the pi and it responds well, after the ssh connection error, the ping returns a wrong ip address
[12:27] <Willchill_> Matrikular, does your Pi have a static IP?
[12:27] <Matrikular> like before its 192.168.178.34 - after connection error my windows pc responds to the ping with 192.168.178.23
[12:27] <Matrikular> the ip is set to "manual", i configured it through the wlan gui
[12:28] <Matrikular> my router (fritzbox) ist told to give it the ip x.x.x.34 based on its mac address
[12:28] <Matrikular> all computers in the network receive the ip by dhcp
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[12:29] <Willchill_> Matrikular, follow this tutorial. https://www.modmypi.com/blog/tutorial-how-to-give-your-raspberry-pi-a-static-ip-address
[12:29] <Matrikular> i can ping the pi for quite some time from my windows machine without problems, if i connect to it with ssh and after a timeout of approx. one minute or so, the ping returns the wrong ip
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[12:29] <Matrikular> i tried to set the static ip, that didnt help
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[12:30] <Willchill_> Enter this command into your pi: sudo nano /etc/network/interfaces
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[12:31] <Willchill_> and tell me what the line beginning with "iface eht0" says
[12:32] <Matrikular> iface eth0 net dhcp - it is important if i dont use it but the wlan0 instead?
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[12:33] <Matrikular> allow-hotplug wlan0
[12:33] <Matrikular> iface wlan0 inet manual
[12:33] <Matrikular> wpa-roam /etc/wpa_supplicant/wpa_supplicant.conf
[12:33] <Matrikular> iface default inet dhcp
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[12:33] <Willchill_> Okay
[12:34] <Matrikular> the conf contains all settings for the connection, and as i mentioned - based on the pis mac address, the pi is set to receive always the same ip
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[12:35] <Matrikular> if i dont establish an ssh connection to the pi, i can ping it without any problems, but as soon as ssh gets a timeout, i cant connect to it anymore and ping returns a wrong ip address
[12:35] <Willchill_> Why is your SSH timing out?
[12:35] <Matrikular> that would be my question
[12:35] <Matrikular> or, if it has anything to do with it
[12:36] <Matrikular> i thought it might be a wireless keyboard i used and unplugged it so the dongles wont interfere with each other, but the same situation applies if i use a cable keyboard
[12:36] <Matrikular> 1000mA power supply btw
[12:37] <gordonDrogon> Matrikular, sounds like you have 2 machines with the same IP address on your LAN.
[12:37] <Willchill_> Strange.
[12:37] <Matrikular> i checked that, no other machine got that address
[12:38] <Matrikular> i also changed the hostname of the pi so my older pi which was in the network (but isnt anymore) wont interfere
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[12:38] <Matrikular> which shouldnt because of the different mac address, but i changed it anyways
[12:38] <gordonDrogon> so.. you boot the Pi - it gets an IP of 192.168.178.34 which you can ssh into...
[12:39] <Matrikular> yes
[12:39] <gordonDrogon> then the connection goes dead, and if you ping that IP, then windows PC returns with a different IP address?
[12:39] <Matrikular> yes
[12:39] <Matrikular> though the pi still says it got x.x.x34 and it can also ping google or so
[12:39] <gordonDrogon> well - either you have 2 machines with the same IP or possibly 2 with the same MAC address.
[12:39] <Matrikular> for the pi all stays the same
[12:40] <Matrikular> could it be some routing problem or something? i also had the situation, where i rebootet the pi and my pc with ping x.x.x.x -t picked it up properly
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[12:41] <gordonDrogon> I stil think it's duplicate IP addresses - you'll get an arp timeout after a minute or so.
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[12:43] <Matrikular> http://s1.directupload.net/images/140703/h98r8r5o.jpg
[12:44] <Matrikular> im currently in the fritzbox (router) config and there is no indication of that
[12:44] <Matrikular> well, let me have a look
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[12:46] <Matrikular> mh, that is strange, i just figured out that the ip address returned after the timeout is the one from my laptop from where im connecting to the pi
[12:46] <Matrikular> seems to get in some sort of loop
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[12:46] <Matrikular> ping pi = fine, ssh pi = timeout after a while, after that ping returns ip from the laptop
[12:46] <Matrikular> if thats of any help :/
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[12:47] <gordonDrogon> the underlying stuff relys on the MAC address in the sending PC's ARP table. that's the mapping from the physical MAC address to the IP address.
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[12:47] <gordonDrogon> it's possible for a machine to work withthe same IP address as another ... for a period of time - until the other one wakes up and starts doing ARP requests and broadcasts. then things go funny.
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[12:48] <gordonDrogon> if you have a small number of machines I'd suggest making them all static - for now.
[12:49] <gordonDrogon> or change the DHCP IP range inside the Fritz box to a small range and leave the rest for statics - e.g. use .100 to .199 for dhcp then you can use .1 for the router, .2 through .99 for statics.
[12:49] <gordonDrogon> it's a very long time since I've looked at a fritz box though.
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[12:52] <Matrikular> i will give that a try, thank you
[12:52] <Willchill> While we're on the topic of networking...
[12:52] <Willchill> My wireless adapter seems to dislike it when I make a network bridge
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[12:54] <Willchill> the drivers stop working after I restart the computer.
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[12:55] <gordonDrogon> so what do you do to make then start working again?
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[12:56] <Willchill> I have to remove and then reinstall the drivers. :L
[12:56] <Willchill> Every time I restart
[12:56] <gordonDrogon> as in rmmod then modprobe?
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[12:57] <Willchill> I'll give you a clearer image of the setup I have.
[12:57] <Willchill> I have one wireless adapter and I want to connect both my main computer and my Pi to the internet at the same time.
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[12:58] <Willchill> So I have the adapter plugged into the main computer (which is running Windows 7 64 bit) and connect the Pi to the main computer with an Ethernet cable.
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[12:58] <Willchill> Then I configure Windows so that the internet connection is shared between the Pi and the main computer.
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[12:59] <gordonDrogon> go on ...
[12:59] <Willchill> Then they both have a stable internet connection.
[12:59] <rikkib> chuckle
[13:00] <gordonDrogon> I don't see what the wireless is doing.
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[13:00] <Willchill> I restart the Pi, the connection drops out for a few seconds. I restart my main computer, I need to reinstall the adapter drivers.
[13:00] <gordonDrogon> so you're aksing here about windows networking issues ...
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[13:01] <Willchill> Good point.
[13:01] <gordonDrogon> here is a sugestion: forget using windows network sharing. connect your windows PC via Ethernet to your internet router. connect the Pi via ethernet to the same router. everything has internet and everything can see everything.
[13:01] * rikkib heads for bed...
[13:01] <Willchill> Night, rikkib
[13:02] <Willchill> gordon, it's near impossible for me to connect to my router via thernet.
[13:02] <Willchill> *Ethernet
[13:03] <rikkib> quick suggestion... Use ipmasq and do what you are doing the other way round
[13:03] <rikkib> in other words use the rpi as a ip masq firewall
[13:03] <gordonDrogon> ok, in that case connect Win PC via Wi-Fi and get a Wi-Fi adapter for the Pi and connect that via Wi-Fi too.
[13:03] <gordonDrogon> Pi wi-fi afapters are cheap and work well.
[13:04] <rikkib> take in internet from wireless and fed win pc from rpi eth
[13:05] <gordonDrogon> many solutions - just don't use the WinPC as a router.
[13:05] <rikkib> or what Gordaon says
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[13:08] <rikkib> Bed... I have done enough damage for one day. NZ Politicians got an ear full today.
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[13:21] <Matrikular> ok so far, that static ip thing did not help but im almost certain that i found the "problem" or a solution, checking it right now
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[13:22] <Matrikular> if the pi constantly pings google or something else ~> activly uses its connection, the ssh connection stays open
[13:23] <Matrikular> if the pi idles or does nothing with the network, ssh gets into a timeout, with that info i googled and found out that the edimax wlan dongle has a power saving feature which can be turned off
[13:24] <Matrikular> for that, i created sudo nano /etc/modprobe.d/8192cu.conf
[13:24] <Matrikular> put that line in: options 8192cu rtw_power_mgnt=0 rtw_enusbss=0
[13:25] <Matrikular> and rebooted the pi, since then, the ssh connection stays alive
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[13:28] <Matrikular> gordonDrogon: thx for your help on this though
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[13:31] <gordonDrogon> ok, but it's still odd that you were pinging a differet IP address.
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[13:32] <Matrikular> it is
[13:34] <Matrikular> another thing on my mind (if you dont mind), did you (or anyone else) have any experience with running "jessie" on the pi? i found some tutorials about changing the sources list and exchange wheezy for jessie to get all the good stuff
[13:34] <Matrikular> im sort of a linux noob and following a hand full of tutorials on how to compile this from source and that from source just to find out it isnt working as expected, i almost settled with some older versions of e.g. mysql and / or php
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[13:35] <Matrikular> my idea was to use php with zend opchache (5.5.8?) and mysql + nginx 1.6.0 but ... hell my level of patience really went in the cellar after a couple of hours
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[14:18] <gordonDrogon> Matrikular, personally, I've no interst in chasing the leading edge, so I'll stick to wheezy for a long time. I do compile apache/php/mysql from scratch though, but have only done that once on a Pi as an experiment. Took 6 hours on a Pi to compile those three.
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[14:22] <Matrikular> gordonDrogon: im not doing this to chase the leading edge, i would just like to use the latest most stable. or to put it another way, i just dont want to redo everything in case an update comes out and messes with old configurations or dependencies
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[14:24] <Matrikular> for this particular project i was hoping to get the most performance out of the pi, that is not using apache but nginx instead, the wheezy package comes with 1.2.2 or something - latest nginx stable is 1.6.0. my attempt to compile it from source stoped where i had to choose from endless modules which cant be dynamicaly loaded.
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[14:25] <Matrikular> another thing was php, using the apt package you get the one without the zend opcache and one would have to use the apc module. despite the fact that in my attempts either apache or something else i didnt want was set as a dependency, i quickly got frustrated
[14:26] <Matrikular> what happens to that installation / configuration when the new versions included in jessie e.g become available, is there a possibility to just "update" (e.g. to use opcache instead of apc) to i have to "remove" everything and "build" it again?
[14:27] <Matrikular> im just trying to get my head arround all of this and the more i look into it, the more problems appear, it seems
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[14:29] <Matrikular> bottom line is, i just want a solid, stable pi thats capable of controling some led stripes, using the camera modul, hopefully will be able to process some music for the leds to interact with and also control some relais (i know, a might be a bit much for a beginner but, well - that was my plan ;))
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[14:30] <brandon_mn> I built nginx from source on my Pi a few months ago, it was an absolute pain -- I think I ran into many of the same issues you're uncovering. When updates happen, I've had to recompile again, but I'm still an absolute beginner as well.
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[14:30] <Matrikular> newer versions of nginx, php, and mysql all seem to have better memory management and so on and i just wanted to make use of that
[14:31] <Matrikular> brandon_mn: i see
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[14:31] <pksato> why beginner always want leading edge version of software? (and hardware)
[14:32] <Matrikular> i wouldnt consider a stable software package "leading edge" and if so i want it for the reason of better performance out of a hardware that doesnt have much
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[14:32] <pksato> and, debian is not "leading edge"
[14:32] <pksato> linux distribution.
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[14:33] <brandon_mn> We're not looking for the leading edge, simply something up-to-date. The version of nginx that comes in the repos is too stale for production use (as Matrikular has said).
[14:33] <Matrikular> well, put that on top of the reasons then - i wouldnt say i blindly follow every hype there is, if thats your point
[14:33] <pksato> stable packages at de launch time have more that six mouth old.
[14:34] <pksato> and Jessie is not stable debian version. Its is on testing 'stage'.
[14:35] <Matrikular> and thats why i asked if anyone had any expecience with it
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[14:39] <bosnjak> hi all
[14:39] <Matrikular> hello
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[14:40] <bosnjak> i am having some crackling noise when playing audio via USB audio card. Not always, but about ever 3th or 4th play of the short file. Is this a known issue? I am using archlinux on my RPI. My ~/.asoundrc file is this: http://pastebin.com/bQgNKd3W
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[14:41] <pksato> if you want to move to jessie (testing) change /etc/apt/sources.list, replacing wheezy to jessie (or testing ) and run aptitude update; aptitude dist-upgrade (or apt-get).
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[14:41] <bosnjak> my USB audio card is this, specially designed for RPI so it should work: https://www.modmypi.com/usb-sound-adapter
[14:41] <Matrikular> pksato: thx i knew that
[14:44] <Matrikular> pksato: and there is also the possibility to use the raspian ua netinstall with release=jessie option but unless im not convinced that this would make the situation i find myself in better (through user experiences or professinal adivce) i didnt want to make that move yet
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[14:47] <Matrikular> bosnjak : as a beginner i can just advice you to see if you re not alone with the problem: https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?id=120162 - one of may search results regarding tht topic
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[14:47] <Radioslave> Question for anyone that cares
[14:48] <brandon_mn> Radioslave: Shoot :)
[14:48] <bosnjak> Matrikular: thanks, i will search some more :)
[14:48] <Radioslave> Trying to set up a simple one line message center where anyone can go to X(Twitter/Website/whatever it ends up being) and send a message that displays on a TV via the Pi until the next inputted message kicks it off
[14:49] <Radioslave> I've been looking at http://www.reddipped.com/2014/06/grandpas-family-channel/
[14:49] <Radioslave> Unless you can suggest something easier
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[14:49] <Radioslave> Either way it seems to be built with a WiFi adapter in mind, which i dont have so I'm using a Cat5
[14:50] <Radioslave> but I'm not entirely sure how to modify it to use the cat5 over the wifi adapter as right now I can't access their page they say to go to at: http://pichannel/index.py
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[14:51] <Radioslave> Alternatively I've got a private twitter account set up, so if you know of a program that pulls from a private twitter and displays it nicely then do suggest! I was looking at PiLite before but that sort of crumbled
[14:52] <tig|> Radioslave: there are various commmand line twitter tools, I would use one of those and the just pull the output into something else
[14:52] <brandon_mn> Sorry for the "away"/"back" oscillations -- I'm just checking in on the link you sent and getting oriented.
[14:52] <tig|> 
[14:53] <Radioslave> >and the just pull the output into something else
[14:53] <Radioslave> Unfortunately i'm not very good at linux based things without a guide, yet
[14:54] <Radioslave> Do you know any sites with walkthroughs on this sort of thing?
[14:54] <brandon_mn> I would agree, tig|. I'm working on a digital sign (Pi powered) where I pull tweets from specific accounts and display them on the sign. I'll look for a quick Twitter API walkthrough
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[14:55] <Matrikular> twitter itself
[14:55] <Radioslave> How does it display them?
[14:55] <Radioslave> In what sort of aesthetic
[14:56] <Radioslave> That's kind of the thing, I want it to translate to a large nice font in the center of the screen
[14:56] <Radioslave> not just a single line sort of thing
[14:56] <Radioslave> well, no a single line exactl but not command prompt looking
[14:57] <brandon_mn> Radioslave: You're looking for something to pull in the raw text of Twitter, and then style it, no? How comfortable are you with CSS?
[14:57] <Radioslave> Not at all
[14:57] <Radioslave> I literally have no coding experience what soever
[14:57] <Radioslave> Thus using the word 'coding'
[14:57] <Radioslave> I'm starting to learn Python, but it's a WIP
[14:58] <Radioslave> I'm not completely inept, but just good enough to be able to follow instructions
[14:59] <Radioslave> The twitter would be one route, but if you can think of another where you have input terminal A (can be whatever, an open website, wordpress extension, something web based and open) where anyone can go and type "Don't fuck around, there's people in the office" or something
[15:00] <Radioslave> and it shows on the screen in a simple font, but some what attractive until the next one comes in
[15:00] <Radioslave> Could even pull from email
[15:02] <brandon_mn> Yeah, I think the quickest way to get that up and running would be to use the Pi to serve two websites. The first would be the text box where a message could be sent. The second would be the display page, where the message would be shown on an output screen. Then you could style the text however you like. I'd be happy to help out in creating some of this, if you like
[15:02] <Radioslave> That sounds like an absolute dream
[15:03] <Radioslave> I've been wracking my brain trying to find something for either the Pi or Chromecast that does this and can't figure it out
[15:03] <Radioslave> every answer I get is 'oh this is simple with python and css'
[15:03] <Radioslave> which is great, if I knew either of those
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[15:05] <Radioslave> If it needs a domain I'd be more than happy to purchase one
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[15:08] <gordonDrogon> Radioslave, try to keep it family friendly please...
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[15:18] <Matrikular> radioslave: all hardly depends. if you want to pull messages from whatever system and display them via the pi on a tv / monitor - set up an account (mail, twitter aso) make sure the pi can connect to those accounts via network / internet. then choose a programming language that suits you best (there a tutorials for a mail client / twitter client for almost every language available) and then choose to build either a website to di
[15:18] <Matrikular> splay those or some sort of cli / "desktop" programm. in fact, you dont even need a pi for that. if its a smart tv connected to the network / internet, have it open a website in fullscreen mode.
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[15:22] <Wntrmt> Over 300 packages have newer versions available. I should probably update at least a few of them...
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[16:03] <Encrypt> Hey o/
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[16:04] <Encrypt> Has anybody tried zram on the Pi?
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[16:30] <gordonDrogon> Encrypt, I've heard people talk about it, but I wonder if the speed (or lack of it) to do the compression is worth it in the long-run..
[16:31] <Encrypt> Ok
[16:31] <Encrypt> The best way to know whether it's worth it or not is to test :P
[16:31] <Encrypt> gordonDrogon, I have the 256MB version, you see? :p
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[16:35] <gordonDrogon> yea, I have a few of them. not really found it a problem... yet!
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[16:40] <gordonDrogon> Encrypt, I think you'll have to compile it yourself though - (ie. compile a new kernel).
[16:40] <Encrypt> I've found doc on the internet :)
[16:40] <Encrypt> Others also tried using it
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[16:41] <Encrypt> gordonDrogon, I should also split the memory more efficiently I think
[16:41] <gordonDrogon> withgood or bad results?
[16:41] <Encrypt> Since I don't use the GPU at all
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[16:41] <gordonDrogon> the gpu split?
[16:41] <Encrypt> Yes
[16:42] <gordonDrogon> I think 16MB is the smallest.
[16:42] <gordonDrogon> I need at least 64 to run minecraft from what I've found.
[16:43] <Encrypt> "KiB Mem: 188100 total"
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[16:43] <Encrypt> That's 68 MB for the GPU for now
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[16:49] <Encrypt> I've changed it :)
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[16:51] <gordonDrogon> to 16?
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[16:51] <Encrypt> Yes
[16:51] <gordonDrogon> ok
[16:52] <gordonDrogon> 640K is enough for everyone anyway.
[16:52] <burmat> has anyone here interfaced a RPi with a TLC5940 LED Controller?
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[16:56] <gordonDrogon> burmat, looks east enough to interface to a Pi - clock+data - bit bang the bits into it.
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[16:57] <burmat> gordonDrogon: yeah, I am playing around with enlightenPi (https://github.com/eflukx/enlightenPi) and I am getting light, but I am also getting a lot of heat
[16:58] <burmat> i didn’t have my meter yesterday so I couldn’t figure out why, but to the touch, it felt like it was ~250 degreens F
[16:58] <burmat> and I’m curious if anyone else has played with them
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[17:02] <gordonDrogon> well, powereing it off 5v with all LEDs lit will draw some current ..
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[17:12] <gordonDrogon> deal with portfast for all your domain/dns stuff.
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[18:42] <sla_erick> how do i find "hw:X,Y" or "plughw:X,Y" of my webcam? I'm trying to get that number for the mic of my webcam
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[19:35] <shiftplusone> there should be some alsa command which will spit out all the info
[19:40] <sla_erick> i found them :) "apla -l" for listing PLAYBACK devices and "arecord -l" for listing CAPTURING devices
[19:40] <sla_erick> sorry I meant "aplay -l"
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[20:38] <zdeev> 0/
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[20:38] <zdeev> anyone here able to tell me what the best way is to get libCEC on my pi?
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[20:39] <shiftplusone> apt-get, I would think?
[20:40] <zdeev> wish it were that easy :)
[20:40] <shiftplusone> or not
[20:40] <shiftplusone> http://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/viewtopic.php?f=29&t=70923
[20:40] <shiftplusone> yeah, sorry
[20:40] <zdeev> dude, I've just been searching 20 minutes for that guide
[20:40] <zdeev> lol
[20:40] <zdeev> thanks :D
[20:40] <shiftplusone> but it does looks like a very straight forward compile
[20:41] <shiftplusone> seriously? It's the first result you get if you search for "raspberry pi libcec" XD
[20:41] <zdeev> my 15 chrome tabs lied to me
[20:41] <zdeev> or I failed at google
[20:41] <zdeev> cause it's really really hard
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[20:54] <djazz> hi :)
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[20:55] <zdeev> 0/
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[20:55] <tero> hi all
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[20:57] <djazz> hey
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[20:59] <tero> Yesterday I updated my rpi(raspbian) by apt-get upgrade.
[20:59] <tero> I noticed that it installed something about samba smbclient and something(does a log exists?)
[20:59] <tero> But now a simple command
[20:59] <tero> sudo mount -t cifs //192.168.0.12/c /mnt/th1 -o username=tero,password=password
[20:59] <tero> doesn't work anymore
[20:59] <tero> mount error: cifs filesystem not supported by the system
[20:59] <tero> mount error(19): No such device
[20:59] <tero> I did try to install cifs-utils but it says I already have the lastest version
[20:59] <tero> Any ideas?
[21:00] <zdeev> rm -rf
[21:00] <zdeev> :P
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[21:00] <tero> not falling for that :P
[21:00] <zdeev> but I have no idea, I`m a nub
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[21:00] <shiftplusone> rm -rf zdeev
[21:00] <shiftplusone> >=/
[21:01] * zdeev gets deleted
[21:01] <zdeev> compiling on pi takes ages
[21:01] <shiftplusone> hurray for cross-compiling
[21:02] * zdeev googles cross-compiling
[21:02] <zdeev> nope
[21:02] <shiftplusone> why nope?
[21:03] <zdeev> first result was wtf-bbq
[21:03] <zdeev> pi docu is a bit easier to read
[21:04] <zdeev> nope because it seems out of my league :)
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[21:08] <tero> nevermind
[21:08] <tero> i "solved" my problem
[21:08] <tero> reboot helped
[21:08] <tero> :D
[21:09] <zdeev> \0/
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[21:39] <Jinxed-> Are there any "ruggedized" versions of the raspberry pi?
[21:39] <zdeev> shiftplusone do you have any experience with libcec?
[21:39] <Jinxed-> Something that could handle extreme temp, shock/vibe water etc
[21:40] <zdeev> I've never seen one Jinxed
[21:40] <shiftplusone> zdeev, Jinxed- , nope
[21:40] <zdeev> kk
[21:40] <gordonDrogon> Jinxed-, there might be cases, but the Pi itself .. no
[21:40] <zdeev> seems like LG keeps their own CEC version somehow
[21:40] <gordonDrogon> there is the new compute module - Pi on a so-dim sized module - would be better to integrate into an industrial enclosure.
[21:41] <Jinxed-> Any alternative platforms that may meet some of these requirements that anyone knows of
[21:41] <Jinxed-> ?
[21:41] <gordonDrogon> nothing - unless you build a custom case for them.
[21:41] <SpeedEvil> Jinxed-: That's the spec of a case, mostly
[21:41] <SpeedEvil> Jinxed-: Other than temperature
[21:41] <SpeedEvil> Jinxed-: what temperature are you needing?
[21:42] <Jinxed-> up to 70C operating
[21:42] <gordonDrogon> Pi handles that.
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[21:42] <Jinxed-> sorry
[21:42] <Jinxed-> 125 C
[21:42] <Jinxed-> looked at wrong number
[21:42] <gordonDrogon> there's very very few cpus that'll run at that temperature.
[21:43] <Jinxed-> yeah
[21:43] <Jinxed-> I'm looking for something that would meet MIL-STD 810
[21:43] <gordonDrogon> place near me makes kit to handle -40 to +70 and that's considered extreme.
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[21:44] <SpeedEvil> Jinxed-: What sort of CPU
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[21:45] <SpeedEvil> Jinxed-: are you actually wanting to run linux (or similar) at 125C?
[21:45] <Jinxed-> hmm, now i'm reading 70C again
[21:45] <Jinxed-> the 125C must be in reference to something else
[21:45] <Jinxed-> I thin 70C operating would work
[21:45] <SpeedEvil> Possibly non-operating temp
[21:45] <Jinxed-> 125C does seem crazy
[21:45] <SpeedEvil> https://www.olimex.com/Products/OLinuXino/iMX233/iMX233-OLinuXino-MICRO/open-source-hardware - frm memory will do that
[21:45] <SpeedEvil> I can't seem to find explicit references now though
[21:47] <SpeedEvil> http://eecatalog.com/pc104/2014/04/10/industrial-temperature-ipac-9x25-arm-single-board-computer/
[21:47] <SpeedEvil> http://boundarydevices.com/products/nitrogen6x-board-imx6-arm-cortex-a9-sbc/ says industrial available
[21:48] <Jinxed-> awesome great links
[21:48] <Jinxed-> thanks
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[21:49] <SpeedEvil> "industrial temperature" linux
[21:49] <SpeedEvil> what to google
[21:50] <gordonDrogon> but you wonder where they go...
[21:50] <gordonDrogon> (well, I don't for the local place as I know where they go - and they run Linux)
[21:51] <zdeev> anyone familiar with LG not going to standby via cec-client: standby 0 ?
[21:51] <gordonDrogon> this is backhaul radio gear. Sits outside in all weathers in all places.
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[21:56] <NGC3982> Hi guys.
[21:56] <sla_erick> hi
[21:57] <striker> So could you run Android on a raspberry pi and hook it up to any normal computer screen? or even hdtv? and instead of touchscreen use the mouse?
[21:58] <shiftplusone> there is no usable android on the pi
[22:00] <NGC3982> I have a RPI setup wich connects to a Yamaha HTR3056 with HDMI. The output is then shown on an HDMI output (LED TV), with sound. The sound is put trought with ARC (at least i think the terminology is stated that way). I also have a pair of wireless bluetooth headphones (Sony DR-BTN200) i wish to use to the XBMC unit. Is there any kind of way to get RPI (openelec) to use a bluetooth thumb connector får audio output?
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[22:01] <NGC3982> I have tried to search for bluetooth+RPI documentation, but i cannot seem to find any (semi-official or official) solution to audio output by bluetooth.
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[22:02] <djazz> I have been running my (music) web radio on a RPi for about two months now, it works great! I'm using Liquidsoap, MPD, Icecast and a web server (php+nodejs)
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[22:04] <_Trullo> djazz, checkout mixlr.com
[22:05] <djazz> _Trullo: it uses their own servers for broadcasting?
[22:06] <NGC3982> As far as i can google, RPI (openelec) does not support audio output via USB apparatus at all.
[22:07] <shiftplusone> rpi supports it just fine
[22:07] <NGC3982> It does?
[22:07] <shiftplusone> omxplayer (and by extensions, xbmc) don't =(
[22:07] <djazz> idk about OpenELEC
[22:07] <djazz> ah
[22:07] <NGC3982> Oh.
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[22:07] <NGC3982> That's a bummer. Since i'm no linux developer. :-P
[22:08] <NGC3982> The thing is, even if it did it would still be a work around for me
[22:08] <NGC3982> I have like five things connected to the reciever, and i would -really- want it to simply be able to change if output is speakers or bluetooth, and nothing else.
[22:08] <NGC3982> And for that, i think i need a new reciever.
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[22:12] <djazz> dj_pi: nice nick :D
[22:13] <_Trullo> djazz, I guess they just redirect, but I think you can get 1000 listeners without having to use 5kbit audio quality
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[22:13] <_Trullo> I saw some live stuff from som festival in holland this weekend, picture and audio
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[22:14] <djazz> _Trullo: I use 160 kbit/s i think
[22:14] <djazz> i have an icecast relay if I get much traffic
[22:14] <djazz> getting many listeners isnt a priority right now :)
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[22:16] <djazz> _Trullo: it's simple, and I like it simple http://radio.djazz.se
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[22:18] <_Trullo> http://mixlr.com/jomeister
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[22:18] <_Trullo> also easy, I have set it to play "what I hear", so anything I do on my computer will go out live :)
[22:18] <djazz> lol, Flash
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[22:19] <_Trullo> do you have to login to hear anything?
[22:19] <djazz> _Trullo: yes, that's easy with Pulseaudio too
[22:19] <djazz> no
[22:19] <djazz> i hear
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[22:21] <djazz> _Trullo: i like that the volume bar goes to eleven xD
[22:22] <djazz> "Category: Eclectic"
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[22:22] <_Trullo> cool :)
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[22:22] <djazz> _Trullo: what do you think of mine?
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[22:25] <_Trullo> gotta shutdown mine first
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[22:26] <djazz> on my radio i have a big playlist playing, but I can also queue stuff
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[22:27] <djazz> for example as you see i queued some by 7th Element
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[22:28] <_Trullo> yeah, listening now
[22:29] <djazz> mpd handles the playlist
[22:29] <djazz> liquidsoap handles the queue and streaming to icecast, scrobbling to last.fm
[22:30] <zdeev> anyone here has any experience with voice recognition other than jasper?
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[22:31] <_Trullo> closed stream a few times there
[22:32] <djazz> yeah.. hm
[22:32] <striker> so can you run a gui on raspberry pi and hook it up to your tv and use your mouse? or hook it up to a normal computer screen?
[22:32] <djazz> striker: yes, anything with HDMI or composite video input
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[23:20] <striker> Is the raspberry powerful enough to run a browser and surf youtube?
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[23:21] <shiftplusone> The pi is not a media consumption device. You want an iPad or something like that. The pi can run a browser, but there's no flash and the browser itself is a bit of a pain to use. There are ways to watch youtube videos, but they're usually outside of the browser.
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[23:25] <striker> so for a mediacenter, the pi is not a good solutino?
[23:25] <striker> haha solutino, solution
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[23:27] <shiftplusone> It's a great media centre if you run something like OpenELEC.
[23:27] <shiftplusone> Might have to just try and see for yourself if it suits you
[23:27] <l_r> or xbmc
[23:28] <shiftplusone> openelec runs xbmc
[23:29] <l_r> wasn't there another distro specific for xbmc?
[23:29] <shiftplusone> there are a few
[23:29] <shiftplusone> xbian and raspbmc, for example
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[23:29] <l_r> ohyes, raspbmc
[23:29] <l_r> is it inferior to openelec?
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[23:30] <shiftplusone> They're too different to compare
[23:30] <shiftplusone> raspbmc tries to also be a general purpose distro
[23:30] <shiftplusone> openelec focuses entirely on xbmc
[23:31] <shiftplusone> openelec is more embedded, if that makes sense.
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