#raspberrypi IRC Log

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IRC Log for 2014-07-07

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[0:00] <pksato> why not?
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[0:01] <Helldesk> hmm... oh, nevermind, looks like the network was just down
[0:01] <Helldesk> looking into what gives :p
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[0:18] <Helldesk> well that didn't make much sense not working but now it's up for real :p
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[0:22] <Helldesk> 127 packages to update, 169 MB to download over a one megabit connection, can't remember since when
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[0:32] <mumbles> so i have just gotten to work the following, pi camera , autoconnect wifi, motion, webserver and it runs off of one of those ravpower units
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[1:32] <DarthEaron> hey all! i have bluez-utils bluez-tools and bluez installed yet i still get bluetoothctl :: command not found. google shows me nothing. neither do searching the pi forums
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[1:42] <Kriminel> hey can anyone take a look over this code and tell me if i'm doing something obviously wrong? http://paste.debian.net/108455/ I'm using the mcp23s17 extenstion for wiringPi and have 4 mcp23s17s chips. When the last two are connected the first two wont work properly, some channels work some dont.
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[2:10] <lars_t_h> Kriminel, found the datasheet here: http://ww1.microchip.com/downloads/en/DeviceDoc/21952b.pdf
[2:10] <lars_t_h> Kriminel, you has to hard wire an address to pin Ao, A1, and A2, that maes it possible to address 8 devices
[2:11] <lars_t_h> *makes
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[2:19] <Kriminel> lars_t_h thank you, thats what i did, or think i did
[2:20] <Kriminel> i'm using this board: http://majenko.co.uk/node/1
[2:20] <Kriminel> and i bridged BA0 on the second board
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[2:25] <Kriminel> this is what the manufacturer states: On the left-hand chip (Bank 0) A0 is pulled to ground through 10KΩ. On the right hand chip (Bank 1) A0 is pulled up to Vcc. On both chips A1 and A2 are both pulled down to ground through 10KΩ, and the two solder jumpers BA0 and BA1 can be shorted to link A1 and A2 to Vcc respectively.
[2:26] <Kriminel> if i dont bridge BA0 on the second board, both boards (4 chips) work simultaneously just fine
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[8:52] <gordonDrogon> morning.
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[9:02] <geordie> good night.
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[9:15] * [Saint] smirks
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[9:16] <[Saint]> "please dear sir.,I have flashed the raspberry but graciously tell me please how to root it sir?"
[9:16] <gordonDrogon> Flash Gordon?
[9:16] <[Saint]> c/o: someone who apparently thinks emailing me out of the blue is acceptable
[9:16] * [Saint] won't name-n-shame the address.
[9:16] <gordonDrogon> I get dozens of emails a week from people with Pi problems.
[9:17] <gordonDrogon> however I do publish my email address, so sort of expect it.
[9:17] <[Saint]> Well...you're you. :)
[9:17] <gordonDrogon> some of them sadden me. some people just don't think first.
[9:17] <[Saint]> I publish my email address, but, I'm not (in any way I'm aware of) connected to raspberrypi.
[9:17] <[Saint]> Other than this channel, of course.
[9:18] <gordonDrogon> however I'm thinking right now that its time to roast some bread.
[9:18] <[Saint]> Roast?
[9:18] * [Saint] wonders what type of bread gets roasted
[9:19] <[Saint]> Presumably something leavened, and crusty.
[9:20] <binaryhermit> maybe that's $some_non_US_country for toasting?
[9:22] <[Saint]> I dunno. NZ (where I am), and the UK (where Gordon is) are pretty much identical with our *isms.
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[9:26] <electron_> anyone using arch here ?
[9:26] <electron_> on their pi ?
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[9:26] <electron_> ?
[9:26] <[Saint]> Yes.
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[9:27] <electron_> [Saint]: whats your /opt/vc/src contain ?
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[9:29] <[Saint]> It doesn't.
[9:29] <[Saint]> It would have to exist first.
[9:29] <neutrino> hmm
[9:29] <neutrino> it does on raspbian
[9:29] <neutrino> the GPY_FFT
[9:29] <neutrino> GPU_FFT
[9:30] <neutrino> programs by andrew holmes
[9:30] <neutrino> how do i get them on arch ?
[9:30] <[Saint]> No idea.
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[9:31] <[Saint]> Only things in /opt/vc on my systems are LICENSE, bin, include, lib, and sbin.
[9:32] <neutrino> yeah mine too
[9:32] <neutrino> say any performance difference using raspbian and arch here ?
[9:32] <neutrino> on the pi ?
[9:32] <neutrino> raspbian is well supported .. everything comes straight to the filesystem
[9:33] <[Saint]> That varies far too wildly with each particular setup/use case to make a definitive response.
[9:33] <neutrino> thorugh updates via apt-get update
[9:33] <neutrino> okay
[9:33] <neutrino> i think ill get raspbian and strip it down to bare minimal
[9:34] <[Saint]> If you're talking about the base installs of each, though, with zero user modification, Arch will clearly win.
[9:34] <[Saint]> And - why on earth would you do that?
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[9:35] <[Saint]> About a hundred other people already did that job for you.
[9:35] <[Saint]> Most notably: https://github.com/debian-pi/raspbian-ua-netinst
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[9:38] <[Saint]> If you want a minimal system. I can't argue with Arch.
[9:38] <[Saint]> People just seem to be afraid of the learning curve, because its not debian.
[9:39] <[Saint]> Primarily people seem to be afraid of pacman.
[9:39] <neutrino> i love pacman !
[9:39] <neutrino> cant think why one would hate it ! :/
[9:39] <[Saint]> Because there's less cut and paste answers for them on the Internet to copy blindly.
[9:40] <neutrino> ahhh !
[9:40] <[Saint]> :)
[9:40] <neutrino> i think ill try isntalling from sources then
[9:41] <neutrino> but the thing is .. sometimes when i keep meddling around with all these things and delay getting the actual work done
[9:41] <rikkib> Use the source young Luke.
[9:41] <neutrino> i feel highly unproductive
[9:42] <[Saint]> Rest assured. It could be worse.
[9:42] <rikkib> No harmonics huh.
[9:42] <[Saint]> All I did at work today was eat donuts.
[9:42] <neutrino> harmonics?
[9:42] <neutrino> [Saint]: you a cop ? lol
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[9:43] <[Saint]> Heh. Nuts to that. I couldn't deal with all that...having to go outside.
[9:43] <[Saint]> And, people.
[9:44] <rikkib> Harmonics. Amateur radio term meaning children of Ham.
[9:44] <neutrino> just kiddin .. cause you said all you did was eat donuts at work
[9:45] <rikkib> Saint is from Christchurch NZ forgive him :)
[9:45] <neutrino> rikkib: nah .. me not a harmonics .. would love to though
[9:45] <neutrino> made a pip sqeak receiver once
[9:46] <[Saint]> Some grateful client sent over a big tray of donuts and assorted sweetened not-good-for-you bakery stuffs for finishing ahead of time despite working around her manic depressive architect.
[9:46] <[Saint]> All I did today was demolish far too many donuts than I'd like to adit, and fall asleep halfway through writing an email.
[9:46] <[Saint]> *admit
[9:46] <neutrino> what do you do with your pi ?
[9:47] <rikkib> Watch the flashing lights
[9:47] <neutrino> gets trippy sometimes ha ha
[9:48] <[Saint]> We've got a number of pis scattered around the place performing menial tasks.
[9:48] <[Saint]> One of them is the quassel-core that allows myself and 7 other users to communicate via the wonders of IRC.
[9:48] <rikkib> Receive sensor data over nRF24 link... Mon Jul 7 19:48:01 2014 (X = -1 Z = -1100 Y = 630) Bearing = 0.1 Deg VDD = 3.30 Band Gap = 0x174 Chip Temp = 21.23 C Chip Temp Raw = 0xDD
[9:48] <neutrino>
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[9:49] <[Saint]> One of them is a glorified power/rest/deadman switch for my server.
[9:49] <[Saint]> *reset
[9:49] <neutrino> i'd love to set up my own mailserver
[9:49] <rikkib> Got one of those
[9:49] <neutrino> but they dont allow residential ip's
[9:49] <rikkib> It runs on a PC
[9:49] <rikkib> sendmail
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[9:50] * rikkib has fixed ip and rDNS on my home adsl
[9:51] <neutrino> nah not that .. sendmail still requires you to use an email server like with postfix
[9:51] <rikkib> Get a real isp
[9:51] <[Saint]> Obviously its just my opinion, but I think if you want actually have a reasonable guarantee at seamless communication via email its best to leave it up to the big boys to sort out.
[9:51] <[Saint]> There's *so* many possible failcases.
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[9:51] <neutrino> ha ha true
[9:51] <neutrino> but for the fun of it
[9:52] <neutrino> im all into GPGPU hacks now
[9:52] <rikkib> Rubbish... mail protocol is very resilient
[9:52] <neutrino> you need spam filters .. and stuff to prevent ddoses etc
[9:53] <rikkib> spamhaus
[9:53] <[Saint]> its definitely non-trivial.
[9:53] <rikkib> blocks heaps
[9:53] <rikkib> one line in sendmails config
[9:53] <rikkib> If I need I can talk to stiff linefeed
[9:55] <rikkib> Geee wizz... I have been running my own mail server for years. There is nothing to it other than learning how sendmail works.
[9:55] <[Saint]> Haxx handle my redirects and email stuffs.
[9:55] <[Saint]> I trust the cURL author come Firefox lead developer to run a mail server. ;)
[9:55] <nid0> having the real isp is the problem for most people though, soon as you're on a dynamic address your own mailserver is basically a no-no
[9:55] <[Saint]> (also a thoroughly nice guy)
[9:56] <rikkib> Jul 7 15:37:28 bencom sm-mta[12173]: s673bE3e012173: ruleset=check_rcpt, arg1=<john@bencom.co.nz>, relay=[61.160.98.50], reject=550 5.7.1 <john@bencom.co.nz>... Mail from 61.160.98.50 refused - see http://www.spamhaus.org/
[9:58] <rikkib> john is not a valid email address on my mail server but that rule does not get checked until later.... By that time the other end has already been tossed
[9:58] <rikkib> 550
[9:59] <nid0> inefficient!
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[10:01] <rikkib> Low volume mail server.... Who cares...
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[10:02] <rikkib> If anyone gets to annoying I just firewall em.
[10:03] <rikkib> Port sentry gets all the clowns who try to connect to unusual ports
[10:05] <rikkib> Some fool from India sent me a spam the other day. First one I have had to deal with for a while... Spamcop deals with those fools.
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[10:26] <neutrino> [Saint]: you can install raspberrypi-firmware examples
[10:26] <neutrino> to get the files in /opt/vc/src
[10:27] <neutrino> just letting you know ..
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[10:37] <gordonDrogon> [Saint], bread that looks like this: http://unicorn.drogon.net/bread3.jpg
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[10:43] <rikkib> c d bread
[10:45] <rikkib> meesa only eats white bread
[10:45] <gordonDrogon> white bread is ok, if it's good flour and not full of additives.
[10:46] <gordonDrogon> http://moorbakes.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2011/01/sourdough1.jpg <-- some white bread for you :-)
[10:47] <rikkib> The bread of life
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[10:48] <rikkib> Used to be the thing first thing in the morning... Stop at the bakery so the Islanders on the gang could get their bread of life.
[10:49] <rikkib> Taro and corn beef
[10:49] <rikkib> and other strange stuff
[10:49] <rikkib> fermented banana
[10:49] <ShorTie> corn beef is good
[10:50] <ShorTie> rubens rock
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[11:07] <rikkib> Z time
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[12:13] <CaneToad> hi... I'm an experienced unix user but never had a raspberry pi, but thinking of buying a couple of raspberry pi's and using them to act as routers to run a point to point link with a couple of ALFA AWUS036H usb wifi devices which are quite powerful .... but then I was reading about problems like .... http://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/viewtopic.php?f=28&t=12097 .... are there still bad usb problems??????
[12:13] <shiftplusone> maybe, but not any from that thread
[12:14] <shiftplusone> but I don't think it's a good plan even if USB works flawlessly
[12:15] <CaneToad> shiftplusone: what makes you say that?
[12:17] <shiftplusone> seems like there's proper hardware to do that more reliably, I would think
[12:17] <shiftplusone> it might be worth a shot, since I don't know what your expectations are.
[12:19] <CaneToad> the ALFA AWUS036H are much better performance than most routers... just plug it in and you can see stacks more wireless networks .... and the output power is 1 watt
[12:20] <CaneToad> can up it to 2 watts
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[12:21] <CaneToad> I have a linksys box flashed with openwrt which can act as a client, can't see all the networks that the ALFA can too... seems to have much greater sensitivity and power
[12:21] <shiftplusone> out of curiosity, what's the chipset in that alfa?
[12:22] <CaneToad> http://www.alfa.com.tw/products_show.php?pc=34&ps=92
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[12:22] <gordonDrogon> it's not always about Wi-Fi adapters output power (1W is illegal in the UK too)
[12:22] <CaneToad> realtek 8187L
[12:22] <shiftplusone> thanks
[12:23] <CaneToad> in Australia can be up to 4 watts
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[12:23] <gordonDrogon> the issue with the Pi as a router is that there is just one USB interface, so going Wi-Fi to Ethernet & back again goes over that single bus. It works just fine - but it it good enough for a high-speed router?
[12:24] <gordonDrogon> I have to say though - for a point to point link, personaly I'd use some dedicated (and outdoor capable) kit that runs at 5.8Ghz.
[12:25] <gordonDrogon> which is exactly what I'm doing for my garden shed project.
[12:26] <CaneToad> I'm trying to keep the cost right down... I'm talking to you over a 923mhz link right now, but it drops out at times and I can't legally up the output power
[12:26] <shiftplusone> I have been thinking about this 'limitation'. Is it really a thing? You have 100Mbps for ethernet, let's say 50Mbps for wifi... that doesn't seem to be anywhere near the max usb bandwidth
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[12:26] <shiftplusone> seems like you could tack on a USB HDD and still run no worse than it would on a PC
[12:26] <gordonDrogon> 420Mbits/sec for usb2 - so no, no-where near it.
[12:27] <gordonDrogon> but usb is half duplex (as is wi-fi) ethernet is full duplex and all that data has to come into the Pi, be processed and sent out again. Theory dictates that it should be just fine.
[12:28] <CaneToad> but in all reality, how many megabits per second do we actually get through our domestic internet connections... at least here I don't think it is all that high...
[12:28] <chris_99> except usb3 which is full duplex,
[12:29] <gordonDrogon> 15Mb/sec today, 300Mb/sec in a years time
[12:30] <shiftplusone> 50Mb/sec here (at pi towers)
[12:30] <gordonDrogon> where I am, in ruralistan, anyway.
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[12:30] <shiftplusone> 10mbps back in melbourne, if I'm lucky
[12:30] <shiftplusone> iirc
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[12:36] <causality> CaneToad: that alfa unit is popular for cracking wifi networks :)
[12:37] <shiftplusone> (as I found when I googled it)
[12:37] <CaneToad> causality: it is a good device, with better sensitivity than most, not surprised
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[12:52] <Aias> hi. i'm using arch. on my other machines i can `mount -t cifs //server-ip/share-name /mnt/dir -o username=user,password=pass`, no problem :). but on the raspberry pi i keep getting permssion denied
[12:53] <Aias> i can't see anything different. is there some inital config i must fo in the rpi version of arch before mounting cifs/samba shares?
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[12:54] <shiftplusone> maybe try #archlinux-arm also
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[12:54] <Aias> thankyou
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[13:48] <Aias> arch on any other device will mount cifs, but not rpi! what gives!
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[13:59] <Kriminel> hey can anyone take a look over this code and tell me if i'm doing something obviously wrong? http://paste.debian.net/108455/ I'm using the mcp23s17 extenstion for wiringPi and have 4 mcp23s17s chips. When the last two are connected the first two wont work properly, some channels work some dont.
[13:59] <Kriminel> i'm using this board: http://majenko.co.uk/node/1 and i made a video of the weird behaviour: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9MoqK2hBWos
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[14:11] <pksato> Kriminel: each board need to be on different address. But, it is SPI, SPI normaly dont have addressing.
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[14:12] <gordonDrogon> hi Kriminel
[14:13] <gordonDrogon> Kriminel, what version of wiringPi are you using? run gpio -v
[14:13] <gordonDrogon> there was a bug is earlier versions that didn't set the ring thing in the 23s17 for sub-bus addressing.
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[14:15] <gordonDrogon> pksato, the 23s17 has a sub-addressing scheme whereby you can have 8 on a single SPI bus.
[14:16] <pksato> oh yes.
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[14:17] <gordonDrogon> and later versions of wiringPi do support it (or should!) else you get the effect of all 23s17's doing the same thing.
[14:17] <Kriminel> gordonDrogon one second
[14:17] <Kriminel> should be the latest, i installed it the other day
[14:17] <gordonDrogon> ok
[14:17] <Kriminel> pksato the manufacturer states this:On the left-hand chip (Bank 0) A0 is pulled to ground through 10KΩ. On the right hand chip (Bank 1) A0 is pulled up to Vcc. On both chips A1 and A2 are both pulled down to ground through 10KΩ, and the two solder jumpers BA0 and BA1 can be shorted to link A1 and A2 to Vcc respectively.
[14:17] <Kriminel> [03:26] <Kriminel> if i dont bridge BA0 on the second board, both boards (4 chips) work simultaneously just fine
[14:17] <pksato> Kriminel: board have BA0 and BA1 jumper, each board need to set to uniq configuration.
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[14:18] <Kriminel> pksato thats what i did, BA0 BA1 unsoldered on board 1, BA0 soldered on board 2
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[14:18] <Kriminel> gordonDrogon: http://paste.debian.net/108516/
[14:18] <Kriminel> 2.16
[14:19] <gordonDrogon> ok, good enough.
[14:19] <gordonDrogon> There is one issue in your code, but it shouldn't affect it:
[14:19] <gordonDrogon> for (i = START ; i <= STOP ; i++) {
[14:19] <gordonDrogon> that should be < STOP not <= STOP
[14:19] <Kriminel> ah yes, i changed STOP to 15 now
[14:20] <gordonDrogon> you could also have BANK1 = 100, BANK2 = 116, BANK2 = 132 and BANK4 = 148 then you have pins numbered from 100 through 163.
[14:21] <gordonDrogon> (sequentially)
[14:21] <Kriminel> ok let me try
[14:21] <gordonDrogon> I'm just checking the code now to see if there is anything that's changed since I last testing it myself.
[14:21] <Kriminel> actually i need the other 16 pins for input, i'll solder those later
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[14:22] <Kriminel> this is weird, after i rebooted the PI both boards now run the same
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[14:22] <Kriminel> which makes me think that BA0 line has issues
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[14:23] <gordonDrogon> Hm. the code seems fine as far as I can tell - and I do know that at least one other person does have multiple of those chips on the same SPI bus on the Pi - as he reported issues which I fixed for him.
[14:23] <gordonDrogon> that's a big box of relays though :)
[14:24] <Kriminel> gordonDrogon yeah :-) playing around with home automation, an obsession i had since i first discovered the PI
[14:24] <Kriminel> i feel like i'm SO close now but cant get it to work right
[14:24] <Kriminel> btw amazing work on wiringPI sir! hats off to you!
[14:25] <gordonDrogon> when it works :)
[14:26] <Kriminel> well i suspect the boards were overheated by yours trully, i kinda hope its not that but as i said now both boards run like BA0 is unsoldered, and it defitively is
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[14:30] <gordonDrogon> you may be able to test it with the gpio command:
[14:30] <gordonDrogon> gpio -x mcp23s17:100:0:0 mode 100 out
[14:30] <gordonDrogon> the 100:0:0 means pinBase 100, spi bus 0 (0 or 1) and chip/device Id 0 (0-7)
[14:30] <gordonDrogon> so: for i in `seq 100 115`; do gpio -x mcp23s17:100:0:0 write $i 1 ; done
[14:30] <gordonDrogon> should set the first 16 outputs on the first chip on SPI bus 0, ID 0.
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[14:30] <Kriminel> ok let me try that
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[14:34] <Kriminel> gpio -x mcp23s17:100:0:0 mode 100 out nothing happens
[14:34] <gordonDrogon> that's expected.
[14:35] <gordonDrogon> gpio -x mcp23s17:100:0:0 write 100 1
[14:35] <gordonDrogon> ought to set the first relay.
[14:35] <Kriminel> still nothing, this is getting weirder and weirder
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[14:40] <Kriminel> i ordered two more, clearly i must have overheated these two, i'll try again in two or so days hopefully with great success :)
[14:40] <Kriminel> thank you gordonDrogon, i'll stick around to bug you with more questions as i learn more :-)
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[14:42] <gordonDrogon> sure - if I'm here.
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[15:29] <ThKo> HI, is there a newer source for nodejs without compiling on raspberry pi? The old one returns only version 0.6.19
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[15:32] <Nefarious_> ThKo: Try Arch. That's the only way I managed to get my stuff running easily
[15:32] <ThKo> Archlinux?
[15:32] <Nefarious_> yeah
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[15:32] <ThKo> So I’ve to remove Raspian? :D Oh oh
[15:33] <Nefarious_> It takes a while to get used to, but you've got python3 and the latest node.js to hand with no compiling :P
[15:34] <ThKo> Sounds good. But installing Apache etc. again … argh :D
[15:34] <ThKo> But I’ll think about it
[15:34] <Nefarious_> Yeah, get rid of apache ;)
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[15:35] <ThKo> I can’t…I’ve to build a webserver on raspberry pi on which my website is running…After that I’ve to install android sdk to generate apk by cordova...
[15:35] <ThKo> Strange thing
[15:35] <Nefarious_> Nginx :P
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[15:36] <ThKo> hmmm I’ve to think about it
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[15:55] <tx> Hey guys, any way to get an LED connected to GPIO to flash during boot?
[15:56] <tx> or perhaps immediately after the kernel is ready
[15:56] <NGC3982> Pöop
[15:56] <tx> I think I'll try that as a last resort.
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[16:02] <gordonDrogon> tx, yes. you can poke the GPIO as soon as the kernel is loade with a script in /etc/init.d - you just need to work out which is the first to be executed and put your stuff there.
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[16:02] <gordonDrogon> tx for during boot, you'll need to start poking about inside the kernel.
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[16:05] <tx> gordonDrogon: Cheers. I guess I can modify the .depend.boot file and give it top priority
[16:05] <pksato> write a kernel module to flash a led, http://gpio.kaltpost.de/?p=1699
[16:06] <tx> ooh
[16:06] <tx> Then unload the module once booted / whenever I need it to stop? :P
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[16:11] <gordonDrogon> tx the first shell script to run is /etc/init.d/rcS - you could put a gpio command (part of wiringPi in there) however that would run after the kernel is loaded + init is starting.
[16:11] <gordonDrogon> tx, depends on what/when you want to achieve, really.
[16:12] <tx> pksato posted a page with some nice code examples.
[16:12] <gordonDrogon> if you're up to rebuilding a module :)
[16:12] <tx> Should be fun ;)
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[16:12] <tx> I have a bunch of external LEDS, one of of them is a system status LED.
[16:13] <tx> I want that thing to flash red until it's up and running. :p
[16:13] <tx> Then once booted, I can unload the module and hook in my led daemon
[16:13] <tx> set it to green if all is well :)
[16:15] <pksato> need to enable initramfs to load blink led module soon as possible. or compile all kernel with this module builtin (but not possilble to unload).
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[16:16] <tx> I'm not expecting it to start flashing as soon as it is powered on
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[16:17] <tx> but there's quite a number of things that need to start upon boot
[16:17] <tx> just want a rough visual indication that it's not stuck :P
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[17:14] <ThKo> lalala, compiling node.js on raspberry..zZZzZzzZ
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[18:51] <Technicus> Hello, I am trying to send a video stream with the RaspberryPi via RTMP to UStream with gstreamer from the picam module. Does anyone have any example code to help me with this??
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[18:52] <blockh34d> can anyone tell me what languages other than english are common for RPI users?
[18:53] <blockh34d> i am translating my app into other languages
[18:54] <Davespice> Technicus: the bird box resource here explains how to do that: http://www.raspberrypi.org/resources/make/ but it uses ffmpeg as opposed to gstreamer
[18:55] <blockh34d> Davespice: how hard do you think it would be for me to add a schismtracker playback module to scamp?
[18:56] <blockh34d> so you could play tracks made in your tracker in my media player
[18:56] <Technicus> Davespice: I'm trying to do it with gstreamer because of the h.264 hardware encoding, but if ffmpeg works than maybe I'll try it.
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[18:56] <Davespice> no idea actually, the impulse tracker file format is well documented though
[18:57] <blockh34d> i'll check it out thanks
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[18:57] <Davespice> Technicus: that was also uses the hardware h264 encoding
[18:57] <Davespice> that way*
[18:57] <Technicus> Davespice: I don't actually see it . . .
[18:58] <Davespice> Infra-red Bird Box, look at the pictures :)
[18:58] <Davespice> blockh34d: http://schismtracker.org/wiki/ITTECH.TXT
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[18:58] <electron_> whos here ?
[18:58] <blockh34d> Davespice: i have a device i'm working on, maybe it'd be fun with your beat app
[18:58] <blockh34d> thanks
[18:58] <blockh34d> this device is basically a fake turntable, a spinning wheel you can skritcha-scratch on
[18:59] <electron_> so anybody been working on the GPU here ?
[18:59] <Davespice> oh cool
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[18:59] <Davespice> like a stanton final scratch type of thing?
[18:59] <blockh34d> electron_: clever is doing some stuff, i've been doing a little coding that uses the GPU
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[19:00] <blockh34d> Davespice: i am unfamiliar with those, this one uses air flow to spin a 3d printed wheel, and optical based counters to make a sort of tachometer of the thing
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[19:00] <blockh34d> soon i want to setup two of them with a fader between
[19:00] <blockh34d> we'll make rpi's into awesome DJ devices!
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[19:00] <Davespice> yeah the final scratch has a special type of vinyl with a timing tone on it, and you use a normal turntable to map MP3 files onto the fake vinyl
[19:00] <blockh34d> the newest version of scamp (not posted yet) allows 3 instances, and you can already mix with it pretty well
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[19:01] <blockh34d> oh that sounds really neat
[19:01] <blockh34d> i've thought of something similar using a record with barcodes all over it and a special head on your turntable
[19:01] <blockh34d> also i think this wheel i've printed could work if you could basically use a punchcard style encoding of the rotary position
[19:02] <Davespice> I think it works by the tone gradually changing in pitch as the record plays, so you can tell if the vinvyl is being pulled forwards or backwards etc
[19:02] <blockh34d> then shoot a line of lasers/IR light etc through them and see which ones the light is recieved at
[19:02] <blockh34d> yah that sounds more precise than my ideas so far
[19:02] <blockh34d> i've also thought about something as simple as an optical mouse mounted over the spinning wheel
[19:02] <blockh34d> that'd probably be precise enough
[19:03] <Davespice> yeah if you use tachometer you'll be table to tell the speed its turning, but can you get the direction the disc is moving?
[19:03] <blockh34d> i made a really neat scratching app once i'll probably add something like it to scamp soon, the trick is buffering the audio forwards and backwards, so you can switch between real quick with no buffering time
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[19:03] <blockh34d> Davespice: no so far there is only the wheel, not a disc on a wheel
[19:03] <blockh34d> Davespice: although ideally, yes, there would be a disc, on a slipmat, on a spinning wheel
[19:04] <Dev007> Can I install bowery on the pi? - http://docs.bowery.io/#getting-started
[19:04] <Dev007> because its not 32 or 64 bit
[19:04] <blockh34d> Davespice: when i get my project put together i'll send you a link maybe you'd like to print one off and give it try
[19:04] <Davespice> its a fun idea I like it
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[19:05] <blockh34d> yeah DJ stuff is fun, and i think the RPI can handle it, and its 3d printer friendly, so i think its a winner for the gang
[19:05] <blockh34d> know anything about using vst plugins realtime?
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[19:05] <blockh34d> seems like it'd really help
[19:05] <Davespice> sorry I don't
[19:05] <blockh34d> yah some funky stuff there, i'll give a look some time
[19:06] <blockh34d> i've written a basic vst plugin but i have no idea what making a host for it would be like
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[19:06] <Dev007> anyone on bowery question?
[19:06] <Davespice> just thinking if you're going to scratch a impulse tracker file you're probably better off rendering the thing to a WAV and buffering that, programming the play module backwards code would suck I reckon :)
[19:07] <geordie> Dev007: looks like you'd need to compile on the pi yourself.
[19:07] <blockh34d> Davespice: i think you're definately correct there
[19:07] <geordie> Dev007: you'd be better off asking the bowery people
[19:07] <geordie> Dev007: grab the source and try building on the pi yourself.
[19:08] <blockh34d> Davespice: my best luck with simulated vinyl comes from buffering a wav forward and backwards, and then based on whatever speed you're currently at, you play one or the other... if necessary you move the playback position of hte silenced one along with the audible one
[19:08] <geordie> Dev007: otherwise, as you can see, they only have binaries for AMD and intel processors
[19:08] <Dev007> Ya that's what I though just wanted to make sure I wasnt missing anything
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[19:09] <Davespice> blockh34d: I'm wondering if you could use a digital pot too
[19:09] <blockh34d> Davespice: another thing i found helped a lot was not just using mouse/keyboard input to determine 'rough' vinyl position, thats not good enough... i use mouse for rough position then ctrl/alt/shift to overlay that with another subwave... that smaller wave, could be sin/cos/whatever, thats waht really makes the DJ Qbert kinda tricky scratch sound
[19:09] <blockh34d> it actually sounds super super genuine but only if you do that subwave superimpose thing like i just described
[19:09] <Davespice> as in mount the wheel on the rotating part of the pot, as you move the wheel back and forth it would change
[19:10] <blockh34d> Davespice: yes i think that would basically work, but it would have to have super-free motion... no resistance at all
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[19:10] <blockh34d> as is, i make the pivot out of old AC motors
[19:10] <Davespice> hmm
[19:10] <blockh34d> you gut the motor, rip it to pieces, and reuse the axle/bearings
[19:10] <Davespice> its a cool idea for a project
[19:10] <blockh34d> with printed bearing mounts etc
[19:10] <Davespice> definetly blog about it
[19:10] <blockh34d> hey thanks! i will
[19:10] <blockh34d> i just like this stuff
[19:11] <blockh34d> audio, dj stuff, etc
[19:11] <blockh34d> and i keep trying to think of more things the RPI can do, this seems like a good contender
[19:11] <blockh34d> also i'm working on some 3d printing support software
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[19:11] <blockh34d> like octoprint but runs through ssh, and has a sort of preview window
[19:11] <blockh34d> eventually it'll work through http too
[19:12] <Davespice> just had an idea, if you made it work using a ultrasonic proximity sensor...
[19:12] <Davespice> you could wave your hand up and down in the air to scratch :)
[19:12] <blockh34d> ohhh that'd probably be extremely responsive
[19:12] <blockh34d> oh neat
[19:12] <blockh34d> yeah i bet you're right... there was a highend dj device like that once, it was pretty cool
[19:12] <Davespice> or forwards and backwards if you mount it horizontal
[19:12] <blockh34d> but they were only changing the shape of a oscillator wave
[19:13] <Davespice> air scratch :)
[19:13] <blockh34d> maybe special ring you wear with ir sensor could provide similar?
[19:13] <blockh34d> or a IR thimble?
[19:13] <blockh34d> yeah fun stuff, lemme know what you come up with if you cook anything up eh? sounds like your gears are already turning on it :)
[19:13] <Davespice> the ultrasonic one would just work by bouncing off your hand/fingers
[19:14] <CarryA1911_> Hey when I try (as root) to overclock using raspi-config I get the following error... http://paste.opensuse.org/88095829
[19:14] <blockh34d> yah that'd be sweet, and wireless, no other setup necessary, very cool
[19:14] <blockh34d> if its precise enough that is
[19:14] <Davespice> yeah since you would need to do it over short distances
[19:15] <blockh34d> so far my idea is to use the optical encoders from old ball mice, printers, etc
[19:15] <blockh34d> shoot them through the big spinning disc, call it a day
[19:15] <blockh34d> but its kinda... lowtech, not ideal
[19:15] <blockh34d> maybe good enough for proof of concept
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[19:16] <blockh34d> new scamp has much improved playlist btw
[19:16] <blockh34d> searchable, editable, etc
[19:16] <blockh34d> big update coming soon
[19:17] <blockh34d> very soon will have popcorn-time plugin
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[19:24] <blockh34d> CarryA1911_: i've never gotten those messages, i'm overclocked allt he tiem... what exact settings did you try?
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[19:28] <CarryA1911_> blockh34d: I've tried the top 3
[19:28] <CarryA1911_> blockh34d: it flashes VERy briefly then goes back to the menu
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[19:29] <CarryA1911_> cat /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/scaling_cur_freq shows still at default
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[19:29] <blockh34d> CarryA1911_: are you using a known suitable power supply?
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[19:30] <blockh34d> 1amp min
[19:30] <CarryA1911_> blockh34d: It's the one that came w/ the pi. Has thier logo on it an all.
[19:30] <blockh34d> really 700ma min but with cords and overclocking i'd call it 1a
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[19:30] <blockh34d> probably fine then
[19:30] <CarryA1911_> what's the safe max (volt and miliamp)?
[19:31] <blockh34d> i dont know i have always had good luck with raspi-config
[19:31] <blockh34d> maybe you need to update it? or an update got borked somwhere and you should reinstall that app or maybe the whole os?
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[19:31] <shiftplusone> CarryA1911_, those aren't errors.
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[19:32] <blockh34d> those are just guesses i wouldnt rush to reinstall anything too quick
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[19:32] <shiftplusone> CarryA1911_, what's the actual problem?
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[19:33] <CarryA1911_> shiftplusone: the "acutal problem" is it's still running at 700
[19:33] <CarryA1911_> after using the overclocking menu
[19:33] <shiftplusone> You're just looking at the current frequency though
[19:33] <shiftplusone> it scales based on usage
[19:34] <CarryA1911_> Doh!
[19:34] <shiftplusone> so try compressing random data into /dev/null and see what happens
[19:34] <blockh34d> hows that compact rpi cardedge version doing? is that in the stores yet?
[19:34] <CarryA1911_> How would one do hat :)
[19:35] <CarryA1911_> How would one do That (send compressed data to dev/null)
[19:36] <shiftplusone> something like gzip -c /dev/urandom > /dev/null
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[19:41] <blockh34d> cya have a nice day
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[19:59] <Technicus> Does anyone here have experience streaming video to youtube from the pi camera?
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[20:00] <l_r> Technicus, no, how would it be possible?
[20:00] <shiftplusone> I know Davespice streamed to something that wasn't youtube and it worked fine.
[20:01] <shiftplusone> I don't see why it wouldn't work with youtube, though it may require some more software in between (I don't know what youtube takes).
[20:01] <Technicus> l_r: < www.youtube.com/my_live_events? https://support.google.com/youtube/answer/2853700?hl=en >
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[20:01] <shiftplusone> Davespice, what did you need to do to stream live video to one of those streaming sites?
[20:02] <l_r> Technicus, but you need the web interface to do that?
[20:02] <Technicus> shiftplusone: I setup an account and it supports rtmp
[20:03] <shiftplusone> Technicus, google spits this out, but I haven't looked at it http://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/viewtopic.php?t=45368
[20:03] <Technicus> In the settings there is are options for other encoders and rtmp is listed.
[20:03] <Davespice> its part of the bird box resource, I linked it to Technicus before
[20:03] <Davespice> you need youtube live iirc
[20:03] <shiftplusone> pipe raspivid to ffmpeg
[20:04] <l_r> raspivid + ffmpeg to some youtube url (rtmp) should work
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[20:05] <Technicus> It appears as though ffmped has been forked to avonv.
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[20:07] <Technicus> *avconv
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[20:12] <Davespice> Technicus: https://github.com/raspberrypilearning/infrared-bird-box/blob/master/ustream
[20:16] <shiftplusone> ustream! that's it! My mind just could not come up with the site name and it has been bugging me for the last 15 minutes.
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[20:17] <justaguy> héhé, for fun making a tiny image of raspbian =:D
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[20:18] <shiftplusone> Using which method?
[20:18] <shiftplusone> Just copying the required binaries, bootstrapping, or what?
[20:18] <justaguy> installed the full .img to an SD, then removed all the unneeded crap i could think off, then dpkg-query -W --showformat='${Installed-Size;10}\t${Package}\n' | sort -k1,1n to see what's filling up space :)
[20:19] <shiftplusone> oh dear
[20:19] <shiftplusone> What size are you aiming for?
[20:19] <justaguy> +-500
[20:19] <justaguy> maybe less
[20:19] <shiftplusone> Just bootstrap
[20:19] <shiftplusone> or, https://github.com/debian-pi/raspbian-ua-netinst
[20:20] <Technicus> Davespice: does ffmpeg support "RTMP Flash Streaming"?
[20:20] <justaguy> well, just trying this out atm and will see how i end :d
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[20:22] <Davespice> ffmpeg just sends it in h264 encoded packet stream, then ustream process it and serve it back out using flash, there is usually about a 20 second delay or so on it
[20:23] <Technicus> Davespice: I am able to send to ustream with no difficulties. I am now trying to stream to youtube.
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[20:24] <Davespice> does youtube live provide a rtmp url and stream key?
[20:26] <Technicus> It provides a rtmp url and a stream name, but no stream key, I am presuming that maybe the sthe stream name is like the stream key in ustream.
[20:26] * Davespice nods
[20:26] <Davespice> worth a shot I would say, you might need to url encode any spaces though
[20:26] <Davespice> %20 etc
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[20:42] <fluxtendu> hi, newbie question: is it possible to see/control the main shell session (the one we see when connected directly) over ssh?
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[20:46] <justaguy> fluxtendu: nope, but, learn about the beauty of the app "screen" which can be installed by "sudo apt-get install screen"
[20:47] <Technicus> Davespice: here are the youtube settings: < https://support.google.com/youtube/answer/2853702?hl=en&topic=2853713&ctx=topic >. It looks like I had it working for a second, but something is not quite right.
[20:48] <fluxtendu> thanks justaguy, i will look forward
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[20:50] <Davespice> I wonder if its the resolution setting
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[20:52] <Davespice> the script I linked above has that set to -w 960 -h 540, you may need to alter that match a resolution youtube wants to recieve
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[20:56] <Technicus> Davespice: This is what I did: < https://gist.github.com/Technicus/3bfad71011edec0d3afc >.
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[21:03] <Davespice> I'm not sure then
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[21:13] <Technicus> how do I install the picam v4l2 driver?
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[21:20] <l_r> Technicus, google "picam v4l2 driver" does not help? :P
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[21:21] <Technicus> l_r: < http://www.ics.com/blog/raspberry-pi-camera-module#.U7rxSqY9e2I >.
[21:21] <l_r> Technicus, yes...so? you have some instructions there
[21:21] <l_r> Technicus, what don't you understand...?
[21:22] <Darkwell> heybthere
[21:22] <Technicus> I_r: anything.
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[21:22] <Technicus> I_r: sometimes I forget that Google is a resource.
[21:24] <l_r> Technicus, i see at least two drivers mentioned in that link... just read :)
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[21:34] <Mikk36> Hey
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[21:34] <Mikk36> Wondering about streaming video from the Pi here
[21:35] <Mikk36> for the uv4l driver, every guide out there recommends a realtime priority
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[21:35] <Mikk36> but when using the v4l2 driver, i don't see that exact option
[21:35] <Mikk36> should i instead change the priority with v4l2-ctl --set-priority ?
[21:35] <Mikk36> and if, then to what value?
[21:36] <Mikk36> --get-priority query the current access priority [VIDIOC_G_PRIORITY]
[21:36] <Mikk36> --set-priority=<prio> set the new access priority [VIDIOC_S_PRIORITY] <prio> is 1 (background), 2 (interactive) or 3 (record)\n"
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[21:38] <l_r> Mikk36, from the doc it seems that --set-priority has nothing to do with setting scheduling priority
[21:38] <Mikk36> hm, ok
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[21:42] <Darkwell> what kind of streaming are you talking about here =
[21:42] <Mikk36> straight-through from picam to rtmp
[21:43] <Darkwell> oh ok
[21:43] <Darkwell> can you look at it with vlc ?
[21:43] <Mikk36> well, will have to see
[21:44] <Darkwell> im about to stream videofiles freom rpi
[21:44] <Darkwell> just now working on figuring alternative to pmount to mount external usb disks
[21:44] <Darkwell> one disk need suid and sgid which pmount seem not to allow
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[21:54] <shiftplusone> Anyone happen to know what the best way to use DMA on the pi form C is nowadays?
[21:57] <shiftplusone> could copy pifm and fiddle with the registers directly, but maybe Simon's dmaer is the way to go
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[22:16] <gordonDrogon> shiftplusone, one day I'll look into all that to re-do the softPwm in wiringPi, but ..
[22:17] <Technicus> Does anyone know of a repository for gstreamer 1.2?
[22:17] <shiftplusone> gordonDrogon, it's stupid simple if you use your current approach of mapping memory and twiddling the registers. Give it a control structure, and off it goes.
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[22:18] <shiftplusone> You'll need to use the mailbox interface as well though, which I don't think you currently use.
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[22:19] <shiftplusone> unless you use dmaer, which lets you just give a control structure
[22:20] <shiftplusone> but I don't know how to use it yet
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[22:20] <shiftplusone> I've only fiddle with DMA from the firmware side so far.
[22:21] <l_r> you have access to the firmware internals.... ?
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[22:21] <shiftplusone> aye
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[22:39] <Mikk36> l_r, no progress
[22:39] <Mikk36> can't connect to the stream
[22:39] <Mikk36> or rather, darkbasic
[22:39] <Mikk36> Darkwell*
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[22:43] <l_r> Mikk36, what stream?
[22:44] <Mikk36> well, i tried to follow example 8 from here: http://www.linux-projects.org/modules/sections/index.php?op=viewarticle&artid=16
[22:44] <Mikk36> ffmpeg is definitely streaming something over
[22:45] <l_r> Mikk36, so the client cannot connect to ffmpeg?
[22:45] <Mikk36> hmm
[22:45] <Mikk36> actually, lemme recheck the ip :P
[22:45] <l_r> lol
[22:45] <Mikk36> yeah, it's correct
[22:46] <l_r> let me try that example
[22:47] <Mikk36> http://pastebin.com/NEYpvycz
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[22:47] <Mikk36> when trying to connect with vlc
[22:47] <Mikk36> hmm
[22:48] <Mikk36> oh right, the damn http:// instead of rtmp://
[22:48] <Mikk36> fixed that, now it just sits
[22:48] <Mikk36> doesn't start playing
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[22:48] <Mikk36> http://pastebin.com/KURx4wah
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[22:49] <Mikk36> same text appears in log of crtmpserver when i try to dump it with rtmpdump
[22:50] <l_r> wait i am trying to reproduce all the steps
[22:50] <Mikk36> http://pastebin.com/BiutfeNq
[22:50] <Mikk36> yeah, will wait
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[23:02] <gordonDrogon> shiftplusone, yea, one day. need more tuits.
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[23:11] <l_r> Mikk36, sorry, I had to rebbot my pc
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[23:21] <kylethebaker> I'm trying to get my atheros wifi card running on raspbian. According to dmesg, it looks like it can'
[23:22] <kylethebaker> I'm trying to get my atheros wifi card running on raspbian. According to dmesg, it looks like it can't find the firmware. I tried installing atheros-firmware through apt but it tells me it can't find the package. Its in the debian arm repos and from what I've read people have installed it through raspbian
[23:22] <kylethebaker> Is there a list of raspbian
[23:23] <kylethebaker> I'm sorry, I keep pressing enter too soon on this keyboard
[23:23] <Sonny_Jim> apt-cache search?
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[23:24] <justaguy> kylethebaker: edit /etc/apt/sources.list , look if "non-free" is there
[23:24] <justaguy> if not , add it
[23:24] <justaguy> then sudo apt-get update
[23:25] <justaguy> + sudo apt-get install firmware-atheros
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[23:25] <kylethebaker> I'll give it a shot, I don't see it in the non-free branch of the repo they list on the site
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[23:30] <kylethebaker> ah, I think it something to with using the raspbian minimal install. i have /raspbian wheezy firmware an then /debian wheezy main. i think i need /raspbian wheezy main contrib non-free
[23:31] <kylethebaker> will there be any conflicts having both /raspbian main and /debian main? both from archive.raspbian.org
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[23:40] <Mikk36> l_r, nothing yet?
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[23:41] <l_r> Mikk36, ffmpeg streams, but i cannot connect....
[23:41] <Mikk36> so same as me then
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