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IRC Log for 2014-08-07

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[0:00] <nath> ok MY123 do you reccomend any further readings on that?
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[0:01] <mi6x3m> hello, can anyone provide some hints as to why config.txt might be ignored?
[0:01] <mi6x3m> my tv always goes full HD resolution no matter what settings I set
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[0:18] <lost_soul> I brought up my desire to use a RPi as a torrent downloading machine a week or so ago and some ppl had said the RPi isn't a good option for doing this however I forget the reasons. Anyone that happens to know why this was said and is willing to explain it to me a bit?
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[0:20] <Encrypt> lost_soul, Because that's illegal :P
[0:20] <pksato> illegal? no. :)
[0:21] <lost_soul> Encrypt: some people use the service to take part in illegal activities.. But many linux distributions are transferred using torrents and other such.
[0:21] <pksato> is legal to download and seed raspberry pi OS images.
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[0:21] <steve_rox> not all torrents are law breaking :-P
[0:22] <Encrypt> Ok, you're right :P
[0:22] <hybr1d8> http://www.sintel.org/wp-content/content/download.html
[0:22] <hybr1d8> sintel - open movie distributed legally via torrent
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[0:22] <lost_soul> yay, sintel!
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[0:28] <kamintears> it's alive again xD thank all you folks helping me out. reflashing the sdcard fixed it
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[0:36] <blockh34d> kamintears: sounds like its time for a new sdcard soon
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[0:37] <blockh34d> but i'm just tuning in and its more of a flyby anyways
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[0:44] <kamintears> blockh34d: oh it was a power outage that corrupted it, dont think it's broken, it was just in an inconsistent state
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[0:46] <blockh34d> ah ok kamintears yah i finally read the buffer enough to catchu p some, yeah i agree
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[0:46] <blockh34d> if that had become corrupted after say, years of use, though... could be another matter
[0:47] <kamintears> yea well at least i learned how to do it. its just a matter of: dd if=blah of=/dev/the_sdcard
[0:48] <kamintears> :)
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[1:00] <blockh34d> yes also good to be used to going the other way too
[1:00] <blockh34d> so you take routine backups
[1:00] <blockh34d> anyone familiar with the lowRISC project?
[1:00] <blockh34d> thoughts on that as an alternative to RPI when pi fully switchs over to the darkside?
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[1:25] <blockh34d> well n/m
[1:25] <blockh34d> looks like lowRisc is just rpi team with a new sticker
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[1:45] <[Saint]> blockh34d: I...errr...no?
[1:46] <[Saint]> What made you draw that conclusion?
[1:46] <blockh34d> the 'team'
[1:46] <blockh34d> 2 of the 3 involved are founders or members of rpi dev team
[1:47] <[Saint]> That doesn't make the two projects related.
[1:47] <[Saint]> lowRISC is all about openness, for one, which is something RPF blatantly doesn't care for.
[1:48] <[Saint]> (though, they tried)
[1:48] <blockh34d> i remain very reluctant to believe in their promises a second time
[1:48] <[Saint]> Before that starts an argument - Broadcom, enough said. :)
[1:49] <[Saint]> Broadcom and open just don't mix. Like oil and water.
[1:49] <blockh34d> yah but broadcom had a seat (the big seat) at the rpi board
[1:49] <blockh34d> they always have afaik
[1:49] <blockh34d> so any allusions of openness at rpi have always been questionable if not outright deceptive
[1:50] <[Saint]> There's been some blatant and obvious deception on the part of the RPF that concerns me.
[1:50] <[Saint]> Like, outright lying about future hardware projects.
[1:50] <blockh34d> so now i'm looking at udoo, rax.io, and anyone else that is open and non-profit
[1:51] <blockh34d> i'm pretty much disgusted at the idea of a 100pc minimum order for those compute modules
[1:51] <maybethistime> udoo is nonprofit?
[1:51] <blockh34d> why bother making opensource hardware projects centered around the rpi if common users can't actually implement them
[1:51] <[Saint]> I can't think of any logical reason why thew RPF went to great lengths to actively deny future hardware variants.
[1:51] <blockh34d> i dunno
[1:51] <blockh34d> udoo may be for profit
[1:51] <blockh34d> just reading up on them now
[1:52] <blockh34d> nah they're for profit i bet
[1:52] <blockh34d> or it wouldnt be so hard to find 'nonprofit' on their site
[1:52] <blockh34d> rax.io is probably for profit too
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[1:52] <blockh34d> dammit why do they all have to be so greedy
[1:52] <maybethistime> because food, water, shelter
[1:52] <[Saint]> says the guy looking for any possible way to suck pennies from his work. ;)
[1:53] <[Saint]> #irony
[1:53] <blockh34d> yah thats why my project has a big ol $0 pricetag.
[1:53] <[Saint]> Not for lack of trying.
[1:53] <blockh34d> cause i'm greedy.
[1:53] <blockh34d> its never had a pricetag.
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[1:54] <blockh34d> no idea how i've apparently tried to make a buck with my work
[1:54] <abnormal> does anyone use eggdrop?
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[1:54] <blockh34d> abnormal: not for years, these days limnoria is where its at imo
[1:54] <blockh34d> [Saint]: i find that kind of offensive
[1:55] <blockh34d> i've spent the last two weeks listening to my stomach eat itself
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[1:55] <[Saint]> blockh34d: I have a plethora of logs of you discussing the various ways you can suck an income out of your work.
[1:55] <blockh34d> if i've tried to make money its been with contract work for other peoples projects
[1:55] <blockh34d> yah? show me
[1:55] <[Saint]> I don't see the difference between you and anyone else doing so.
[1:55] <blockh34d> lies.
[1:55] <[Saint]> But when someone else does it, its greed.
[1:55] <blockh34d> absolutely full of it.
[1:56] <abnormal> does limnori work on a pi?
[1:56] <blockh34d> abnormal: yep
[1:56] <blockh34d> you might find more info about it as supybot
[1:56] <blockh34d> it was originally supybot and i guess they rebranded at some point
[1:56] <[Saint]> I literally can't count the amount of times you've asked here for help on ways you can monetize your work.
[1:56] <[Saint]> Its undeniable.
[1:56] <blockh34d> [Saint]: ok then it should be easy to find me a specific example
[1:57] <blockh34d> how have i taken my work that i have always given away freely and said 'now you pay!'
[1:57] <abnormal> what is best chat app for pi in raspbian?
[1:57] <blockh34d> abnormal: i'm using irssi and its pretty ok
[1:57] <blockh34d> [Saint]: i'm waiting lets see it.
[1:58] <abnormal> I'm in that now.. Lost_soul got me in that...
[1:58] <blockh34d> i'll be busy translating my app into more languages while you try to connect those imaginary dots [Saint]
[1:58] <blockh34d> would you like a link to my kickstarter about making free rpi games?
[1:58] <blockh34d> maybe the last line would interest you
[1:59] <blockh34d> https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/176126840/1621496386?token=baf18e39
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[1:59] <blockh34d> profit and gifts are not the same thing.
[1:59] <abnormal> back to that, again?
[1:59] <blockh34d> * Profit: There is no intention to make any profit off the end users. They will never have to pay anything to play, there will be no ads, no hidden "gotchas". We would like to be 100% Kickstarter funded.
[2:00] <blockh34d> Matt Kimball 6 days ago
[2:00] <blockh34d> Thanks! Stay tuned, one way or another, I'm going to make some free games for RPI!
[2:00] <blockh34d> yah i sound really greedy
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[2:00] <blockh34d> i'm just trying to eat, not starve to death, etc.
[2:01] <[Saint]> So you crying about kickstarter and the inability to successfully monetize just...doesn't exist. Right.
[2:01] <blockh34d> ?!
[2:01] <blockh34d> [Saint]: wtf are you on about now
[2:01] <[Saint]> I'm just unsure why its greed when a corporation does the same thing, but you're a starving artist.
[2:01] <blockh34d> just making stuff up
[2:01] <[Saint]> Riiiiiiight.
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[2:01] <blockh34d> because i didnt say they can't cover their expenses
[2:01] <blockh34d> go ahead and cover your expenses
[2:02] <blockh34d> hire people, hire lots of people
[2:02] <blockh34d> just dont screw over the end users 'as hard as the market will bear'
[2:02] <blockh34d> whatever
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[2:02] <blockh34d> [Saint] no time to defend myself against your empty baseless accusations.
[2:03] <blockh34d> too busy and too short on patience.
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[2:07] <abnormal> so, this channel don't have enuf ppl on here, huh??? only 397?
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[2:07] <blockh34d> abnormal: maybe you can help us find a better topic
[2:07] <blockh34d> what are you trying to do with your pi?
[2:08] <blockh34d> i have a supybot script i've made that amounts to dnd on irc
[2:08] <abnormal> lol... got a book today... it's called raspberrypi pri=ojects
[2:08] <blockh34d> if that helps you with your bot project let me know i'll post the code somewhere
[2:09] <blockh34d> abnormal: cool, what kinda projects do you think you'll be doing
[2:09] <blockh34d> i have a wearable LIDAR in mind
[2:09] <blockh34d> and immersive AR/VR
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[2:10] <abnormal> I don't do robots, just prototype boards.. arduino uno, quickstart, etc
[2:10] <abnormal> I am not as savy as you guys are...
[2:10] <blockh34d> abnormal: cool, i have an arduino board i'm working on
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[2:11] <blockh34d> oh i'm not savvy, just determined
[2:11] <blockh34d> want to see this arduino board? its full of lol.
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[2:11] <ShorTie> i'm about to order 3 due's
[2:11] <blockh34d> http://postimg.org/image/mbndqosvd/
[2:11] <blockh34d> ShorTie: how much?
[2:12] <ShorTie> i think like 17 bucks a piece
[2:12] <blockh34d> i think i can get the BOM for uno's and similar (due's i think as well) to about $3
[2:12] <blockh34d> if you use that 3d printed board anyways... not that specific one, its just the prototype
[2:12] <abnormal> I one on one of my pi's and it has a homework baord on top of it and has a light sencor and a bunch of Leds to tell me how much lite in room
[2:12] <blockh34d> but soon i'll have something more polished together
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[2:13] <blockh34d> so for the cost of one of those you could make 5 of mine
[2:13] <ShorTie> got an uno i've been playing with
[2:14] <blockh34d> yah they're fun
[2:14] <ShorTie> need to put atleast 1 more of those together
[2:14] <blockh34d> i can't really tell what the difference is between uno and due
[2:14] <blockh34d> they both run off atmega328 right?
[2:14] <ShorTie> ah, No
[2:14] <abnormal> my other pi has a piface daughter bd on it and hoping some day to hook up a motion sensor to it and a alarm systim...
[2:14] <blockh34d> oh ok yah most of my arduinos here are not actually arduinos
[2:15] <blockh34d> in fact i have no actual arduinos just compatible designs from off-brand manuf's
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[2:15] <blockh34d> one of them only works if you tell the wiring ide its a due, and its atmega328 based is why isay that
[2:15] <blockh34d> heard of RBBB?
[2:15] <ShorTie> due is like 84mhz, has 54 digital pin and 12 analog
[2:15] <blockh34d> it might be another option for arduino on a shoestring budget
[2:16] <blockh34d> not that you are on shoestring but i am so, theres the view from the trenches
[2:16] <abnormal> ardino uno is the best one so far
[2:16] <blockh34d> yah its funny my DIY uno is the same chip as this other board that only takes code uploads if you tell it its a due, but they basically lok the same to me
[2:17] <abnormal> it's one tuff bd
[2:17] <blockh34d> yah fun stuff
[2:17] <blockh34d> just got some imus i'm going to try to implement for my hmd
[2:17] <blockh34d> so it can track motion/inclination
[2:18] <blockh34d> i had previous gotten one of those OSEPP accel's but wow, so expensive and only half the picture
[2:18] <blockh34d> $20 for just the accel, no gyro... the imu's i got yesterday, accel + gyro, $3
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[2:24] <abnormal> whew... I lost connection in irssi, now in pidgin
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[2:29] <abnormal> dd hi
[2:30] <DanDare> hi there
[2:30] <abnormal> what's different???
[2:31] <DanDare> 1 & 2
[2:31] <DanDare> :)
[2:32] <abnormal> oh, wow, I didn't know that... lol... what's the difference between pi and 3.14???
[2:32] <binaryhermit> about 0.0015?
[2:33] <hybr1d8> they are the same within socially acceptable margins of error :P
[2:33] <DanDare> hmm
[2:33] <DanDare> good one
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[2:35] <abnormal> gee, I dunno.. mibbi ask Spock???
[2:35] <DanDare> thats not even "error" I guess, just uncertainty :p
[2:36] <abnormal> well what's there to be certain???
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[2:37] <DanDare> the truth
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[2:39] <abnormal> oh boy... hmmm... and truth is dangerous..
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[2:41] <DanDare> the truth is intangible :p
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[2:42] <abnormal> can i exit nickserv tabs in pidgin without losing chatrooms???
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[2:43] <hfp> Hey, anybody using PiCLoner on OS X to clone your SD?
[2:43] <hfp> It's not launching on mine. Is it faster than `dd` or is it the same?
[2:44] <ShorTie> you trying to clone your sdcard ??
[2:45] <ShorTie> rpi-clone does a good job i believe
[2:45] <hfp> Well yeah, backing it up really. If it's as slow as dd, I'll go with dd
[2:45] <hfp> PiCloner was mentioned on the elinux wiki, I came there from Reddit. rpi-cloner is for Mac too>
[2:45] <hfp> ?
[2:46] <DanDare> dd is extremely slow if you leave it with the default 'bs' value
[2:46] <ShorTie> rpi-clone shrinks the image down to about the used space i think
[2:46] <hfp> DanDare: Yeah, took 30 min to copy my SD card
[2:46] <ShorTie> not like dd as a whole card
[2:46] <DanDare> i got better results leaving 'bs=1M'
[2:46] <hfp> DanDare: Are you supposed to increase or lower the bs value for faster results?
[2:46] <ShorTie> which might not fit on the next sdcard
[2:46] <DanDare> increase
[2:47] <DanDare> or bs=4M
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[2:47] <ShorTie> all sdcards are not the exact same thing
[2:47] <DanDare> to make backups i usually shrink the partition using gparted then 'dd'
[2:48] <DanDare> to the amount of data, using bs and 'count'
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[2:50] <evil_dan2wik> I make a backup to another USB using dd to a file and then I compress it on my computer.
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[2:51] <DanDare> yeah, i compress it after all
[2:51] <DanDare> evil_dan2wik, dd´ing whole card better to fill unused space with zeros before you go
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[2:53] <evil_dan2wik> I have 17 backups of my pi from the last year, My pi has 8GB of storage, and the backup files are the same size, but when I compressed them all together, It is down to 15.2GB
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[2:53] <home> 0_0
[2:53] <home> I couldn't get ncat streaming working
[2:53] <home> wtf
[2:53] <home> I am feeling so dead atm
[2:55] <hfp> And about zener diodes to protect against wiring errors, what kind of zener should I get? I see 3.3V with various mA... Is a 3V3 500mA Zener diode good enough?
[2:55] <hfp> 500mW sorry
[2:55] <hfp> Namely: http://www.ebay.ca/itm/Lot-of-12-Zener-Diodes-1N5226-3-3V-500mW-DO-35-/121086668158?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_2&hash=item1c3153ed7e&_uhb=1
[2:56] <evil_dan2wik> hfp, what are the pins rated for?
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[2:56] <hfp> evil_dan2wik: Which pins?
[2:57] <evil_dan2wik> hfp, the ones you are protecting
[2:57] <hfp> It's the RasPi's GPIO pins
[2:57] <evil_dan2wik> so, what are they rated fro?
[2:58] <hfp> 50mA? I Have no idea
[2:58] <ShorTie> ya, they should be ok
[2:59] <hfp> ShorTie: Thanks
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[3:05] <home> I want to cry
[3:05] <abnormal> why"
[3:05] <abnormal> or pout
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[3:06] <abnormal> lol tried to get in spotchat... it dissipated... tsk tsk....
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