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IRC Log for 2014-09-12

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[0:02] <Greybearworld> Hello, how can I use wine on my raspberry pi?
[0:03] <kij__> i dont think you can
[0:03] <Greybearworld> I thought raspberry pi was debian though :C
[0:03] <ozzzy> shiftplusone, looks good to me
[0:03] <shiftplusone> Greybearworld, you want to use wine to do what?
[0:04] <SpeedEvil> wine does not run different processors apps
[0:04] <Greybearworld> Shift I have some rtm tools for my ps3 that are .exe and uses some dll files.
[0:04] <shiftplusone> ozzzy, Oh, it's looks fantastic. I think MS is doing wonders in moving people across to linux.
[0:04] <shiftplusone> Greybearworld, then wine won't help you.
[0:04] <SpeedEvil> Yu cannot run x86 apps on a non-x86 processor
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[0:05] <Greybearworld> Would you know how i could run it then?
[0:05] <Greybearworld> It uses microsoft net
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[0:05] <shiftplusone> get the source code and port it over.
[0:06] <Greybearworld> Could you give me some pointers on how to do that?
[0:06] <shiftplusone> How do you plan to get the source code? Do you have it?
[0:06] <djazz> Greybearworld: mono runs just fine on the pi, i can run .NET .exe with it
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[0:06] <Tachyon`> ?
[0:06] <Tachyon`> how is that possible?
[0:06] <Greybearworld> djazz will it also use the dll files sourounding it?
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[0:07] <Tachyon`> is .net bytecode or something?
[0:07] <shiftplusone> Tachyon`, .net/mono run on a vm.
[0:07] <djazz> Maybe... .dll a can be .net too i think
[0:07] <shiftplusone> yeah
[0:07] <Tachyon`> ahh, right
[0:07] <shiftplusone> but I didn't think it would work without recompiling
[0:07] <Tachyon`> was a little stunned for a second, lol
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[0:07] <Greybearworld> Oh erm ok ill see where ill get up to haha
[0:08] <ozzzy> shiftplusone, I moved from Linux back to Windows... so don't start the whole OS pissing match over..... but a minimal desktop is to be lauded
[0:08] <ozzzy> and that looks pretty minimal =)
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[0:08] <DanDare> ozzzy, you quiter !!!!
[0:08] <DanDare> :)
[0:09] <shiftplusone> I move back and forth between windows and linux as well.
[0:09] * DanDare just uses both
[0:09] <ozzzy> yeah... I ran Linux from Slack96 to a kubuntu 2013 release
[0:10] <shiftplusone> Not windows 8 though. They're pushing the store and microsoft account too much for my liking. Want to install skype? Cool, fill out 20 forms.
[0:10] <DanDare> but seriously, win9? So win8 is the new Vista?
[0:10] <ozzzy> the things I needed in windows didn't work well in a VM or at all with WINE... so instead of running linux and booting a windows OS on the new machine I left Win8 on it and installed kubuntu in a VM
[0:10] <shiftplusone> And windows 9 looks like that x10.
[0:10] <ozzzy> after months of never booting Linux I deleted the VM
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[0:15] <shiftplusone> DanDare, seems more like windows me.
[0:15] <shiftplusone> ozzzy, out of curiosity, win7 or win8?
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[0:16] <Greybearworld> I only have used win8.1 because Of rtm tools but if this mono thing works then I can get rid of windows 8.1 its fugly
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[0:17] <ozzzy> 8
[0:17] <djazz> A rpi replaces your win 8.1 machine?
[0:18] <Greybearworld> No djazz I want to install chromeium OS on it instead of win 8.1
[0:18] <Greybearworld> Mint
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[0:18] <djazz> :s k
[0:18] <shiftplusone> to each his own O_o
[0:19] <Greybearworld> Yea it sounds dumb that i might be using chromium OS lmao but the net is all i use and its based on linux anyway
[0:20] <ozzzy> my machines need to talk to my telescope mounts, autoguiders etc.
[0:21] <djazz> I connected my PiGlow board to the model B+, and setting the leds on 50% emits an audible whine/beep from the pi. Is this normal?
[0:21] <shiftplusone> ooh, are you into astrophotography or what?
[0:21] <ozzzy> yep
[0:21] <shiftplusone> ozzzy, got anything online?
[0:21] <ozzzy> http://www.togastro.com/ozzzy/photo.html
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[0:21] <shiftplusone> djazz, if it uses pwm, that makes sense. Are you talking about the analog jack?
[0:22] <Greybearworld> Nice ozzzy
[0:22] <Greybearworld> All done by you ozzzy?
[0:22] <ozzzy> yep
[0:22] <Greybearworld> Epic!
[0:22] <ozzzy> I had great plans for an rpi at the scope... but it didn't pan out
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[0:23] <shiftplusone> ozzzy, awesome
[0:23] <ozzzy> I have fun =)
[0:24] <djazz> shiftplusone: it uses an i2c led controller chip, and no, the beep is clearly audible, had only power and keyboard plugged in
[0:24] <DanDare> Thanks ozzzy. Real pleasure browsing these photos
[0:24] <shiftplusone> djazz, nope, just checked. piglow uses i2c to talk to a pwm chip. hmm
[0:24] <ozzzy> ty
[0:24] <shiftplusone> djazz, whoops, too slow.
[0:24] <djazz> Not sure what emits the pi
[0:24] <djazz> Beep*
[0:25] <shiftplusone> djazz, sure it's coming from the pi and not piglow?
[0:25] <djazz> Its silent on all other pi's i have tested
[0:25] <Greybearworld> ozzzy I think you should sell them photos ;) Im sure some would love them in a portrait!
[0:25] <ozzzy> Greybearworld, the resolution is too low....
[0:25] <djazz> Not sure, didnt have much time to debug
[0:25] <ozzzy> I'd have to reprocess to full res
[0:25] <DanDare> ozzzy, I see you can be benefited from post-processing. Not changing pixel integrity but just brightness/contrast adjust
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[0:25] <Greybearworld> ouch
[0:26] <Greybearworld> Thats a damner
[0:26] <DanDare> "Dumbbell Nebula" thats awesome
[0:26] <ozzzy> it's pretty
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[0:27] <ozzzy> the Rho Ophiuchus area is the grand-daddy of astrophotos
[0:27] <djazz> Cool!
[0:27] <shiftplusone> I like the andromeda one
[0:27] <DanDare> hard to pick whats best
[0:28] <Greybearworld> Would anyone happen to know a notepad++ alternative for raspbian?
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[0:28] <shiftplusone> Orion looks very hubble-ey too.
[0:28] <shiftplusone> Greybearworld, geany
[0:28] <DanDare> I mean, all of them are stunning
[0:29] <Greybearworld> I hope it will grant my wishes shift :)
[0:29] <niston> I like the western veil nebula
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[0:30] <Greybearworld> I had to wipe my whole raspberry pi eailer just so I could dual boot with noobs eailer lmao
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[0:31] <djazz> gedit is decent
[0:31] <djazz> Grey: any particular feature.youre looking for?
[0:31] <shiftplusone> ReggieUK almost got me into astrophotography a while back, but as I started looking into it... it seemed like a hobby that would bankrupt me very quickly.
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[0:33] <Greybearworld> djazz just a coloured editor that looks complicated as notepad++ lmao. the real feature i want is that i can organize it so I could build my site with html
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[0:33] <Greybearworld> Ill give geany a go first
[0:33] <shiftplusone> geany.... it's the answer to everything.
[0:34] <shiftplusone> I've ditched notepad++ for geany on windows too.
[0:34] <Greybearworld> ooo it better be good than it sounds
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[0:35] <shiftplusone> No, I'm blatantly overselling it, but it has all the features you need for typing things. Including putting the keys you press on the keyboard onto the screen, saving the file..... and so on.
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[0:36] <Greybearworld> Shift I've never had a pad that couldn't print the keys on the screen that i pressed on my keyboard =O
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[0:36] <djazz> I havent used geany... I used to use gedit and now sublime text (subl not available on arm though)
[0:36] <djazz> And i use github's editor Atom
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[0:36] <Greybearworld> OMG IT LOOKS SO SEXY!
[0:37] <Greybearworld> Omfg thank you it so sexy and neat
[0:37] <shiftplusone> Eh, didn't I tell ya.
[0:37] <Greybearworld> Dat booty doe =O
[0:37] <shiftplusone> Now try pressing some keys.... they will magically pop up right there on the screen.
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[0:38] <Greybearworld> WOAH
[0:38] <Greybearworld> THATS MAGICAL
[0:38] <shiftplusone> It's something alright.
[0:38] <Greybearworld> OMG ARE U A WIZZARD????
[0:39] <shiftplusone> O_o
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[0:40] <Greybearworld> Anyways back to normal lmao k you know if there is any ccleaner alternative for raspberry pi to clear crap out of it?
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[0:40] <shiftplusone> just uninstall what you consider to be crap
[0:40] <djazz> On the pi i use nano and vim :)
[0:41] <shiftplusone> can't force myself to use vim. I stick to nano for config files and geany for source code.
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[0:44] <Greybearworld> Shift also would you happen to know why when I always put any usb stick in the pi it creates a system infomation folder?
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[0:45] <shiftplusone> Greybearworld, leftover of windows stuff, by the sounds of it.
[0:46] <shiftplusone> Is it "system volume information"?
[0:46] <Greybearworld> yes thats correct
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[0:46] <shiftplusone> yup, windows put it there.
[0:46] <Greybearworld> Along with the recylcle bin in the usb which it somehow also creates
[0:46] <Greybearworld> Oh damn that silly windows
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[0:47] <Greybearworld> Silly microsoft need shooting for dumping crap in my usb
[0:47] <shiftplusone> You're just seeing folders that were always there, but are hidden on windows.
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[0:48] <Greybearworld> Wow. microsoft are really taking the piss wasting space that it says it permeantly removes
[0:48] <shiftplusone> Not really
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[0:49] <shiftplusone> Well... nap time. Good luck with your thing.
[0:50] <Greybearworld> ye im testing mono out right now
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[0:50] <shiftplusone> djapo, sublime looks interesting. I'll check it out later. Thanks
[0:50] <shiftplusone> djazz*
[0:51] <shiftplusone> everything that starts with the same three letters should be banned... messes with tab completion.
[0:52] <djazz> Sublime isnt free but the trial period dont expire. You just get a popup when you save sometimes
[0:53] <shiftplusone> arr
[0:54] <djazz> Try atom, it's heavily inspired by sublime and is built with nodejs
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[0:54] <Greybearworld> Too many choices.... OVERLOAD
[0:55] <shiftplusone> doesn't do it for me
[0:55] <[Saint]> echo $APPROPRIATE_GREETING_FOR_TIME_OF_DAY
[0:55] <djazz> ;
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[0:56] <skydog> which kind of partition table should the sd card use? I wiped my install by accident and now its claiming i dont have a parititon table.
[0:56] <skydog> is gtp fine? or mddos?
[0:57] <shiftplusone> skydog, are you writing an image to it or what?
[0:57] <djazz> It doesnt need to have a partition table, the .img includes it all
[0:58] <djazz> Unless its NOOBS
[0:58] <skydog> i cant mount the device in the first place
[0:58] <shiftplusone> skydog, sure, but that wasn't the question.
[0:58] <shiftplusone> you don't need to mount it to image it
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[0:59] <skydog> really? guess im used to unetbootin live usb keys
[0:59] <skydog> lol
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[1:00] <Greybearworld> Back agian lmao
[1:01] <djazz> wb
[1:01] <Greybearworld> Couldn't access my stupid localhost due to vpn so i had to disconnect
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[1:11] <Greybearworld_> Urgh why is there two of me ._.
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[1:14] <Greybearworld_> Would anyone recommend any good rar/zip archivers?
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[1:15] <ppq> how about rar and zip
[1:15] <ppq> they do a decent job actually
[1:16] <Greybearworld_> I mean like a program I can open it with for raspbian
[1:16] <ppq> ah, you mean unrar and unzip
[1:17] <Greybearworld_> So a program that operates just like winrar but for raspbian
[1:17] <CoJaBo> 7zip is pretty nice
[1:17] <Greybearworld_> Ooo ok
[1:17] <CoJaBo> I'd hope there's a port of it l ol
[1:17] <ppq> you mean, like, a GUI for those archivers?
[1:18] <Greybearworld_> Yeah, cojavo nope lmao
[1:18] <CoJaBo> ..I can't even remember the last time I used a GUI arciver; it was probably winzip rofl
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[1:19] <CoJaBo> wow my mouse disappeared
[1:19] <ppq> on my desktop (xfce) i use file-roller sometimes. but most of the time it's quicker to use the CLI
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[1:20] <ppq> file-roller is GTK so you should be fine running it in LXDE on your pi (memory usage etc.)
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[1:20] <torchic_> mos guys cant fine the cli
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[1:20] <CoJaBo> ...
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[1:21] <ppq> oh and there is 7zip for linux. p7zip
[1:21] <ppq> not sure if there are packages in the raspbian repo though
[1:21] <ppq> anyway it is easy to build
[1:22] <Greybearworld_> K ill be the guinnie pig and test
[1:22] <ppq> note that it doesn't have a GUI either
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[1:22] <torchic_> CoJaBo: :3
[1:22] <Greybearworld_> Oh crap
[1:22] <ppq> just the command line utilities to handle 7z files
[1:22] <Greybearworld_> I'm crap at unzipping the on cmd
[1:23] <CoJaBo> It's not that difficult
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[1:23] <Greybearworld_> Lmao I've never done it!
[1:23] <ppq> what's so hard? unzip file.zip, unrar file.rar, etc.
[1:23] <gune> Hey guys. Can someone tell me if an rpi would be able to run lets say xbmc(or other media center) and play 480p/720p videos?
[1:23] <Greybearworld_> Wow really?
[1:23] <CoJaBo> 7z x whatever.foo
[1:23] <Greybearworld_> LMAO
[1:23] <ppq> hit TAB to use automatic filename completion
[1:23] <CoJaBo> Also, tab for auto nick completion :P
[1:23] <ppq> gune, it is
[1:24] <ppq> gune, even 1080p videos if you buy a codec
[1:24] <CoJaBo> gune: That's a pretty common use for it; the NOOBS thing comes with it even
[1:24] <gune> ppq: nice, any pre-compiled images i can try out? wow really? awesome
[1:24] * ozzzy removed all the graphical stuff from his pi
[1:24] <gune> CojaBo: is that open-elec?
[1:24] <CoJaBo> ppq: ..is the codec needed for h264 tho?
[1:25] <ppq> gune, if you want just xbmc and do nothing else with your pi, try openelec. it does xbmc only, and it does it well
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[1:25] <ppq> CoJaBo, of course it's not needed to play those files, but gpu acceleration won't work
[1:25] <CoJaBo> ozzzy: I don't have any graphical stuff. Largely because I have no way to connect it to a display of any kind >_>
[1:25] <gune> ppq: nice. My girlfriend has this laptop with a vga adapter to our wallmounted tv, she uses it for flashplayer videos and media on my xbmc center, figured we can replace it with my rpi
[1:26] <CoJaBo> ppq: I only remember seeing it for MPEG; or do they count that as MPEG still?
[1:26] <gune> isnt h264 free? pretty sure ive downloaded and compiled it myself
[1:26] <ppq> CoJaBo, h264 is mpeg4
[1:26] <Greybearworld_> ppq why doesn't unrar work?
[1:26] <ppq> Greybearworld_, unrar works fine (for me)
[1:26] <CoJaBo> The hardware acceleration is locked on the pi
[1:27] <Greybearworld_> it says unrar command not found
[1:27] <gune> Greybearworld_ for newer versions of rar/zip you need to add the x switch "rar x archive.rar" etc
[1:27] <gune> although unrar/unzip may be forks to that command
[1:27] <CoJaBo> the unrar/unzip commands add that automatiacally
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[1:27] <gune> lol, just about to say
[1:27] <Greybearworld_> err lemme try
[1:28] <Greybearworld_> rar command not found
[1:28] <Greybearworld_> Wow what is with this stupid pi
[1:28] <CoJaBo> might need to install it first
[1:28] <gune> Greybearworld_ nah ignore me, bad advice. if it says command not found you havnt installed the application. so if you are on rasbian, install it by running "sudo apt-get install unrar"
[1:29] <CoJaBo> with rar, usually you end up needing the nonfree version tho
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[1:29] <Greybearworld_> Oh ok thanks
[1:29] <ppq> Greybearworld_, http://raspberrypi.stackexchange.com/a/3618
[1:29] <gune> CojaBo: im pretty sure its in the repo's though
[1:29] <ppq> it's very easy to compile
[1:29] <gune> they are in the arch repo's anyway
[1:29] <Greybearworld_> Wow now it has no installation canidate
[1:30] <CoJaBo> unrar-nonfree; not just unrar
[1:30] <Greybearworld_> oh lmao
[1:30] <ppq> not sure if unrar-nonfree is packaged, just compile it
[1:30] <gune> you can search for the package by key word if that doesnt work. "sudo apt-cache search rar"
[1:30] <CoJaBo> There's 2 versions of unrar; an open-source, and closed source (the nonfree); the latter seems to be needed for just about all common .rar files
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[1:31] <Greybearworld_> unrar-nonfree also has no installation canidate lmao
[1:31] <gune> CoJaBo, guess ive been lucky so far. but then i tend to use tar.gz out of habit
[1:31] <CoJaBo> Yeh, .rar sucks
[1:31] <gune> tar.gz isnt that great with saving space either, like i said, habit,lol
[1:32] <ppq> rar is great. the parity feature is very handy for large multi-part archives
[1:32] <CoJaBo> in that case, use 7z :P
[1:32] <Greybearworld_> Not sure why it won't allow me to install either unrar-nonfree or unrar
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[1:32] <ppq> Greybearworld_, it probably is not packages. just compile it yourself, it's describes step by step in the link
[1:32] <ppq> *packaged
[1:33] <gune> Greybearworld_ run "sudo apt-get update" to refresh the package list and try again
[1:33] <gune> ppq: wont he need to download the build essentials for that?
[1:33] <ppq> gune, apt will do that automagically, with all the dependencies
[1:34] <gune> ppq: just getting the feeling something might be up with his sources.list file
[1:34] <ppq> gune, i remember building unrar on my pi, too, iirc it's just not in the repo
[1:35] <ppq> probably for license reasons
[1:35] <gune> ppq: yea might be true, i never installed it myself
[1:35] <gune> ppq: i only did a few applications and speed synthesis, thats it
[1:35] <gune> but that was on arch, different package manager
[1:37] <gune> bluetooth was a bitch to get running correctly, with all the adapters and half-functioning bluez libraries. meh
[1:37] <ppq> ack, bluetooth is not so nice on linux
[1:38] <ppq> as are many things..
[1:38] <gune> not so much no. wireless used to be ass a few years back though, now its all good to go from start
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[1:38] <gune> for me atleast
[1:39] <ppq> setting up access points is still a pain in the neck
[1:39] <gune> never had to do that thankfully.
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[1:39] <gune> i still do love the sense of accomplishment you get from finally getting stuff working the way you want
[1:40] <ppq> i guess that's why people usually buy a piece of hardware for that where everything is done
[1:40] <gune> yea
[1:40] <pksato> some access point cost less what rpi+wifi
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[1:41] <gune> pksato: i was doing voice recognition on mine though, not access point
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[1:42] <pksato> ah... Is need to be a magician. :)
[1:43] <gune> lol, wat?
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[1:49] <pksato> about voice recognition
[1:49] <Greybearworld> unrar /home/pi/Desktop/RTM_TOOLS/kandk.rar Won't work
[1:50] <pksato> and, unrar x /home/pi/Desktop/RTM_TOOLS/kandk.rar
[1:50] <pksato> ?
[1:50] <gune> pksato: not as hard as you'd think, pocketsphinx comes with this C library that fairly easy to use
[1:51] <Greybearworld> nope unrar: invalid archive 'x': Bad address
[1:51] <pksato> ouch...
[1:52] <pksato> gune: if use third part libs/services is easy. :)
[1:52] <gune> pksato: well, they had examples, lol
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[1:53] <Greybearworld> Damn this stupid unrar crap!
[1:53] <Greybearworld> Why so hard
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[1:54] <gune> what does unrar <archive> print for you?
[1:55] <Greybearworld> unrar: invalid archive 'kandk': Bad address
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[1:57] <CoJaBo> sure it can find/read that file, and it's even a valid .rar?
[1:57] <Greybearworld> well i could you open it up in windows and all the files were fine
[1:58] <Greybearworld> So i'm not sure why it wont in linux
[1:58] <CoJaBo> what does it show when you jut run unrar?
[1:58] <Greybearworld> unrar: Archive not specified
[1:59] <pksato> unrar for linux have two type, on non free and free.
[1:59] <pksato> free not unpack some files.
[1:59] <CoJaBo> You seem to have the "free" one, not nonfree
[1:59] <pksato> unrar --version ?
[2:00] <ShorTie> win if you can, loose if you must, unrar in windows and copy over with winscp, hehe.
[2:00] <Greybearworld> unrar 0.0.1
[2:00] <Greybearworld> So i have the wrong one?
[2:00] <CoJaBo> `sudo apt-get remove unrar-free` then `sudo apt-get install unrar-nonfree`
[2:01] <pksato> I dont know if have nonfree version to rpi.
[2:01] <CoJaBo> If that's the case, you'll have to extract on another machine, and recompress to a free format.
[2:01] <Greybearworld> wait can someone paste the link pqq sent eailer about the package?
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[2:03] <pksato> unrar -x file.rar ?
[2:04] <Greybearworld> i cant install the nonfree as i need that link pqq gave eailer as i cnnot view http://srv.datagutt1.com as for some reason it has been blocked by a court order lmao
[2:05] <CoJaBo> ..?
[2:05] <gune> christ, greybearworld: do you have a link to that archive?
[2:05] <gune> ill download, extract, and re-archive it in a different format:P
[2:06] <Greybearworld> oh ok ll send on my windows
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[2:06] <gune> oh, if you a windows machine available, cant you extract on windows and tranfer back to raspberry pi unarchived?
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[2:08] <Greybearworld_> It's this https://mega.co.nz/#!CAcjTQRJ!1L_3HfXp3tSjiCI1n8j86yrQwMFDOy1YtYkT6anMiFY
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[2:09] <Greybearworld> unfaultuently my sftpd is playing up on me
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[2:12] <gune> that .rar file contains an .exe file though
[2:12] <gune> cant run that on linux
[2:12] <Greybearworld> I'm gonna use mono
[2:12] <CoJaBo> might be MEGA doing that tho.. what was the file supposed to do?
[2:13] <Greybearworld> its a rtm tool for my ps3
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[2:14] <gune> uploading, gimme a sec
[2:15] <Greybearworld> While you're at it do you know anything about overclocking?
[2:15] <Freemind> hello friends, got a raspberry b+ v1.2 here, i cant get any hdmi signal out of it. tried several images, both LEDs are on. I think the �SD is unsupported? Is there a way to get debug output before the kernel loads via rs232 pins or something? I also plugged in the ethernet cable, but the NIC is not coming up, so I guess its no booting(w/o video signal)
[2:16] <Greybearworld> Freemine what OS is it running?
[2:17] <gune> hmm, this is crazy slow. lemme find somewhere else to upload
[2:17] <Greybearworld> ok thanks gune
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[2:18] <Freemind> Greybearworld, its brandnew, it never booted at all mate :( i tried raspbian, arch linux and noob-lite... no signal with all of them
[2:19] <Freemind> i have no idea whats the reason.. but i guess the sd card(s) i tried is unsupported
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[2:19] <Greybearworld> Are you sure your sd fits in correctly? Sometimes if you don't push it too far back then nothing will happen
[2:19] <CoJaBo> make sure the image is written properly too
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[2:19] <CoJaBo> I had a hell of e time getting mine on :/
[2:20] <Freemind> its microSD, it makes "click" when its fits in
[2:20] <Freemind> shall I push in harder?
[2:20] <Greybearworld> Theres a microsd slot on b+?
[2:20] <Freemind> yes
[2:20] <Freemind> it says v1.2 on the board mate
[2:21] <Freemind> image is written properly
[2:21] <gune> Greybearworld: https://www.dropbox.com/s/ydx9h10475fhc3p/trainer.tar.gz?dl=0
[2:21] <Freemind> dd if=<imagename.img> of=/dev/sdd bs=4M
[2:21] <Greybearworld> Wait do you want to install noobs/
[2:21] <Freemind> i tried noob-lite
[2:21] <Freemind> with fat partition.. but same result
[2:21] <Greybearworld> thanks gune
[2:22] <Freemind> i want raspbian... but tried other images
[2:22] <Freemind> thought maybe its the image
[2:22] <gune> Greybearworld: once downloaded, extract with "tar -xvf trainer.tar.gz"
[2:22] <Greybearworld> freeemind when you run noobs if i remember it creates some partions could you check that there are 3 partitions?
[2:22] <Greybearworld> Ok one sec gune
[2:22] <Freemind> i did check bear.. there was no change to the partition table on the sd card
[2:22] <gune> Freemind: Not getting an image from the hdmi at all?
[2:23] <Freemind> right gune
[2:23] <Freemind> no signal at all
[2:23] <gune> Freemind. might be power
[2:23] <Freemind> im using 2A 5VDC
[2:23] <gune> lemme see what im using
[2:23] <Freemind> should be ok? and in manual it says, the PWR LED would flash, when it got not enough pwr
[2:23] <Freemind> thanks gune mate
[2:23] <Freemind> i bought a bundle
[2:23] <Freemind> should be ok, this psu :)
[2:24] <gune> im using a 10.5v / 2.1a
[2:24] <Freemind> my first raspi.. and it doesnt boot
[2:24] <Freemind> really depressing
[2:24] <Freemind> 10.5v???
[2:24] <gune> i get that
[2:24] <gune> yea
[2:24] <Freemind> what the
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[2:24] <CoJaBo> Check the cable too; mine was frayed lol
[2:24] <Freemind> which device u got mate
[2:24] <Freemind> both LEDs are on, doesnt that say "all ok"?
[2:25] <Freemind> PWR and ACT are on
[2:25] <CoJaBo> The green should go off after booted
[2:25] <gune> volt can be high though, the a is what decides how much of gets delivered i believe. if my highschool memory serves me correctly
[2:25] <gune> lol
[2:25] <CoJaBo> Green (by default) shows SD card activity
[2:25] <Freemind> im no expert gune
[2:25] <Freemind> and forgive me my english please :)
[2:25] <CoJaBo> gune: 10v would probably fry everything lol
[2:26] <gune> No prob, english is a second language to me as well
[2:26] <Freemind> isnt micro-usb always 5v dc?
[2:26] <gune> no no, ive been using it a long time
[2:26] <CoJaBo> Yeh
[2:26] <Freemind> where u from, btw, gune
[2:26] <Greybearworld> I dont have to worry about the power as I got my bundle from maplin ;)
[2:26] <CoJaBo> The only thing that varies is the amps; and the value of that printed on the adaptor is usually double of the real value lol
[2:27] <Freemind> what does your psu got on the label CoJaBo?
[2:27] <Freemind> V/A?
[2:27] <gune> Im swedish
[2:27] <CoJaBo> 5V/1A
[2:27] <Freemind> oh
[2:27] <Freemind> and yours is booting? :D
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[2:28] <Freemind> a friend got an "old" raspberry pi
[2:28] <CoJaBo> Yeh; 2A is usually recommended tho
[2:28] <Freemind> will test my sd card in there tomorrow
[2:28] <gune> oooh actually nevermind guys, mine is 5.1 AND 10, with a switch on it
[2:28] <gune> set to 5.1
[2:28] <gune> with 2.1A
[2:28] <Freemind> ok :D
[2:28] <CoJaBo> gune: ..with microusb? wat.
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[2:28] <Freemind> im no expert mate but these power regulators(or how they r called) dont like to much voltage
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[2:28] <Freemind> they will just produce smoke.. for a second
[2:29] <Freemind> and then nothing will happen anymore :D
[2:29] <CoJaBo> Heat first, then smoke.
[2:29] <Freemind> yeh :)
[2:29] <Greybearworld> Then bang?
[2:29] <gune> CoJoBo: its just a socket-to-USB thingy, so i hook up a usb-to-microusb into it
[2:29] <Freemind> no "plop" maybe
[2:29] <Greybearworld> KABOOM
[2:29] <CoJaBo> Sometimes a pop if the volts are high enough =D
[2:29] <Freemind> with 1000V kaboom
[2:29] <Freemind> with 10k volts "brrrzlll"
[2:29] <Greybearworld> How many for a nuke?
[2:30] <gune> here's a link to some dude asking about the amp's for the PI: http://raspberrypi.stackexchange.com/questions/8007/will-a-2-1-amp-microusb-charger-be-ok-for-the-rpi
[2:30] <gune> for those interested
[2:30] <Freemind> just connect an lighting arrester to it
[2:30] <CoJaBo> This is what ~1,000,000 volts looks like; anyone up for popcorn? http://i.imgur.com/gBil4.jpg
[2:30] <Greybearworld> LMAO
[2:30] <Freemind> i think it wont survive
[2:30] <Freemind> :D
[2:31] <CoJaBo> That's out of an HDD enclosure; both the disk itself and the computer it was plugged into were undamaged; I don't have a damn clue how.
[2:31] <Greybearworld> That cpu is crying :'(
[2:32] <Freemind> molten core, CoJaBo
[2:32] <Greybearworld> Anyone good or know if I should overclock?
[2:32] <CoJaBo> I didn't know chips could do that even o_O
[2:32] <Freemind> NOW(!) I've got a clue what that means
[2:32] <CoJaBo> One's burnt to ash, the other desoldered cleanly and popped like a burnt kernel of popcorn
[2:32] <Freemind> lol
[2:33] <Greybearworld> well i heard overclockin is like making it faster somehow but im not sure if its safe
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[2:33] <CoJaBo> I initially thought it'd been dropped, and "lightning strike" was a cover-story.. Usually when something's rattling around inside, it's mishandling, not electral in cause xD
[2:34] <CoJaBo> Greybearworld: It voids the warrenty, and makes it run hotter, which could potentially shorten the life and/or make it unstable
[2:34] <CoJaBo> I haven't heard any horrorstories about it tho.
[2:34] <Greybearworld> well i have 3 heatsinks with it in a pi bow case
[2:34] <Greybearworld> ALso I have a warrenty?
[2:35] <CoJaBo> Heatsinks are massive overkill for the pi lol
[2:35] <CoJaBo> Mine doesn't seem to even get warm
[2:36] <Greybearworld> My heatsinks drops a few celcious on the pi but not that much
[2:36] <CoJaBo> My MPEG encoder gets stupendously hot, and that doesn't have a heatsink either
[2:36] <Greybearworld> Mine atm is 49 celcious
[2:36] <Greybearworld> And sometimes hitting 50
[2:37] <CoJaBo> My laptop rarely dropped below 80
[2:37] <Greybearworld> Also its sitting right on a boiling ps3
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[2:37] <Greybearworld> I could cook kfc on my ps3
[2:39] <CoJaBo> Greybearworld: The processor in the pi is designed to operate in a sealed case, with other hot components, without a heatsink :P
[2:40] <Greybearworld> What if I wanted to overclock though also I don't even know if i hve a warrenty
[2:40] <Greybearworld> I got my bundle Model b from maplin
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[2:41] <PhantomS> not all overclocking now will void your warranty (used to though): http://www.raspberrypi.org/introducing-turbo-mode-up-to-50-more-performance-for-free/
[2:43] <CoJaBo> PhantomS: huh, is that enabled by defult now?
[2:43] <PhantomS> put it on 1GHz turbo mode and you're good to go
[2:43] <ShorTie> if you just do what is in raspi-config to over clock i believe you are fine
[2:43] <ShorTie> if you try more it will set a bit and void any warrenty
[2:44] <Greybearworld> how would maplin know that you hve gone over the overclock speeed
[2:45] <CoJaBo> If it was returned, they could read the warranty bit
[2:46] <PhantomS> a bit is set if you overvolt so rpi foundation will know - but strictly speaking it isn't a 'warranty bit' and won't by itself always void your warranty
[2:46] <PhantomS> http://raspberrypi.stackexchange.com/questions/8892/how-do-i-find-out-if-my-pis-warranty-is-voided
[2:46] <CoJaBo> The worst-case scenario is it fries, and you have to spend $40 on a new one
[2:47] <Greybearworld> SO me puttin it on a high overclock for 1 minute would void it?
[2:48] <SpeedEvil> I note that 'warranty void' is not legally valid.
[2:49] <SpeedEvil> It may be indicative that some sorts of failure are user caused - but it is most certainly not valid for other faults. (at least inthe UK)
[2:49] <PhantomS> if you overvolt it it will set the overvolt bit, which the rpi foundation 'may' use as a basis for refusing a warranty claim. Depends why it broke though
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[2:50] <Greybearworld> Ok so how do i enable this turbo thing that doesnt void my warrenty?
[2:50] <PhantomS> raspi-config
[2:52] <Greybearworld> ok will it say overclock (will not void warrenty)?
[2:52] <gune> theres this script you can run that'll push the pi for like 30 mins, if it doesnt break in that time you should be good
[2:52] <gune> cant remember where that script was though
[2:52] <PhantomS> don't know what it says specifically but it'll be along the lines of '1GHz Turbo Mode' and that is fine
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[2:53] <Greybearworld> gune... but why test it for 30 mins to test to see if it breaks? it will be broken either way :3
[2:53] <gune> i think that script was more to test if the power was enough maybe
[2:53] <Greybearworld> So it will be fine on model b with 3 heatsinks and pibow right
[2:54] <PhantomS> just because you can overclock to 1GHz within warranty does not mean it will be stable
[2:55] <Chase__> I think I was reading the heatsinks were pointless and caused more heat sometimes?
[2:55] <Chase__> in the case of the Pi, i mean
[2:55] <PhantomS> they have seen no link between that overclock and failed pi's so you're not going to break it, but it may have some errors occur when overclockers. doing a stress test will reveal them
[2:55] <PhantomS> I noticed my B came with a heatsink, my B+ has none - so clearly they think it's not neccesary
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[2:56] <PhantomS> seems reasonable, heatsink will only drop temperature with airflow across it
[2:57] <Greybearworld> Ok so my current over clock is none so if i chnge it too modest will it void warrenty?
[2:57] <Chase__> yeah, I bought a Cana Kit B+ and they came with them, but I never attached them
[2:57] <Greybearworld> Its 100 arm higher
[2:57] <Greybearworld> so that wont void it right?
[2:58] <Chase__> Greybearworld: http://www.raspberrypi.org/tag/overclocking/
[2:58] <Chase__> "“turbo mode”, which dynamically enables overclock and overvolt under the control of a cpufreq driver, without affecting your warranty."
[2:59] <Greybearworld> wow so thats much higher yet that doesnt affect warrenty, that makes no sense lmao
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[3:00] <Greybearworld> also whts this overvolt? spunds dangerous
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[3:00] <Bhaal> Ummm, sooo if I read gpio pin 35 and it's set to 1, does this mean my Pi is undervoltaged?
[3:00] <PhantomS> it's safe, otherwise they wouldn't let you do it Greybearworld
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[3:01] <Greybearworld> Phan so no koblamo?
[3:02] <PhantomS> it's fine - besides it's covered by warranty :)
[3:02] <Chase__> http://www.raspberrypi.org/introducing-turbo-mode-up-to-50-more-performance-for-free/
[3:03] <Chase__> specifically talks about turbo mode
[3:03] <Chase__> and how to use it, and why ect.
[3:03] <Greybearworld> I got mine from maplin so its covered by maplin or rasp
[3:03] <PhantomS> both, maplin would deal with it first but say maplin went bust raspi would still cover you
[3:03] <PhantomS> all maplin would do it forward it on to raspi anyway
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[3:04] <Greybearworld> Ok so the fuse will blow if it doesnt work :3
[3:04] <Freemind> Greybearworld, i checked my sd again, there were partitions created! will try "hdmi_force_hotplug=1" now
[3:04] <Freemind> thanks for that hint mate
[3:05] <Greybearworld> k freemind
[3:05] <PhantomS> Greybearworld: it talks about it in the links provided - worst happens it fails to boot, you reset the overclock and pi continues as normal. it isn't going to fry anything
[3:06] <Greybearworld> oh goodie
[3:06] <PhantomS> not with any of the options in raspi-config anyway
[3:06] <Chase__> some of the OSes out there overclock the Pi by default, like Raspbmc
[3:06] <Greybearworld> ok so will i need a reboot?
[3:06] <PhantomS> uhh, probably
[3:07] <Greybearworld> k gd luck to me lmo
[3:07] <Greybearworld> i hope this works lmao
[3:08] <Greybearworld> it didnt need rebooting
[3:08] <Greybearworld> lmao
[3:08] <Greybearworld> Woah the green bars just went down dromatically
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[3:10] <Chase__> i hope my LED strips from China arrive soon
[3:10] <Chase__> everything is ready for my Ambilight except the LEDs
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[3:10] <Chase__> I finally got my video grabber working too, which took quite awhile
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[3:15] <gune> g2g, thanks for the tip on open elec!
[3:15] <gune> see ya guys
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[3:16] <Greybearworld> Its 1am I better get to sleep lmo
[3:16] <Greybearworld> cya guyz
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[3:26] <Chase__> i wish i had a 3d printer
[3:26] <Chase__> https://learn.adafruit.com/mini-mac-pi
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[3:32] <CoJaBo> Chase__: ?
[3:32] <Chase__> ?
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[3:39] <DanDare> !
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[3:42] <Freemind> -
[3:42] <DanDare> dont say that... :q
[3:42] <Freemind> +
[3:42] <DanDare> its not true
[3:43] <Freemind> its FALSE?
[3:43] <Freemind> $?
[3:43] <DanDare> hm, now im confused
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[3:43] <Freemind> no prob mate
[3:43] <Freemind> where u from
[3:43] <sla_erick> HI everyone, quick question. Will I damage the RPi B+ if I connect it using an apple 10W 5.1V 2.1 A power supply?
[3:43] <DanDare> Im from Brazil, you ?
[3:44] <Freemind> sla_erick, i guess no.. but im no expert.. as long as u dont raise the voltage over 5, its ok - it cant take more power than it can
[3:44] <Freemind> im german mate
[3:44] <DanDare> sla_erick, no.. unless it got exotic pin wiring, like swapping +- etc (some dell components are like that e.g.)
[3:44] <Freemind> ive got 5v 2A psu too
[3:45] <Freemind> its recommended
[3:45] <sla_erick> not using any gpio, just to boot it in headless mode
[3:45] <Freemind> i bought bundle
[3:45] <sla_erick> thanks Freemind and DanDare
[3:45] <Freemind> so should be the best, sla_erick
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[3:45] <Freemind> np
[3:45] <DanDare> Freemind, oh cool.. I wish i could visit Germany and taste all kind of beer
[3:45] <Freemind> haha DanDare
[3:45] <Freemind> cant u get it in brasil?
[3:45] <Freemind> try "becks gold"
[3:45] <Freemind> or "binding export"
[3:46] <DanDare> Freemind, dude.. seriously.. beer in here are trash
[3:46] <Freemind> or what i really like: budweiser (the czech one)
[3:46] <DanDare> except for some artesian ones etc
[3:46] <Freemind> what is artesian?
[3:46] <DanDare> Freemind, i like heineken
[3:46] <Freemind> a country?
[3:46] <Freemind> i dont man
[3:46] <DanDare> Freemind, sorry, language gap. Hand made beer
[3:46] <Freemind> dont taste good
[3:46] <DanDare> lol
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[3:47] <Freemind> ok :D
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[3:47] <Freemind> with spit?
[3:47] <DanDare> Freemind, industry here uses corn also in the mix to make beers
[3:47] <Freemind> like the natives do
[3:47] <Freemind> fruits and spit i guess
[3:47] <Freemind> from the rainforest :)
[3:47] <DanDare> Bu what I mean, seems that people are more interested about the alcoholic level than a true beer
[3:47] <Freemind> did u ever visit the amazonas mate
[3:48] <DanDare> Freemind, I dont!
[3:48] <DanDare> But it's on the list
[3:48] <Freemind> oh damn why?
[3:48] <Freemind> u r brazilian
[3:48] <Freemind> and dont know your forest
[3:48] <Freemind> ?!
[3:48] <DanDare> Freemind, heh. Its not that near
[3:48] <Freemind> ok :p
[3:48] <Freemind> u should go there man
[3:48] <DanDare> Freemind, im a forest engineer (believe it or not hahahaha)
[3:48] <Freemind> but be prepared
[3:48] <Freemind> i saw documentary about world record
[3:49] <DanDare> Freemind, do you visited Amazonia?
[3:49] <Freemind> a guy went the amazonas without boat/car/anything
[3:49] <Freemind> 3 years
[3:49] <Freemind> no...
[3:49] <Freemind> but on the list ;D
[3:49] <DanDare> ok
[3:49] <Freemind> maybe we can discover together mate
[3:49] <DanDare> we could met there :)
[3:49] <Freemind> yeah
[3:49] <Freemind> in forest
[3:49] <Freemind> deep forest
[3:49] <DanDare> yeah, sounds like a great idea :)
[3:49] <Freemind> mother nature
[3:49] <DanDare> I like
[3:49] <Freemind> there was a myth
[3:50] <DanDare> I love to camp, used to do it on remote areas, so nice
[3:50] <Freemind> somebody said, theres a folk in the rainforest(amazonas)
[3:50] <Freemind> which isnt discovered yet
[3:50] <DanDare> Well, not too much after wife and kids...
[3:50] <Freemind> but was a hoax
[3:50] <DanDare> Freemind, like a new specie ?
[3:50] <Freemind> its hard there, moisty(?)
[3:50] <Freemind> wet
[3:50] <DanDare> yeah, wet all the time
[3:50] <Freemind> your skin will peel off after some days man
[3:50] <Freemind> the guy wrote
[3:51] <Freemind> and moskiquos on mass
[3:51] <DanDare> Freemind, also some diseases to worry about
[3:51] <Freemind> yes
[3:51] <Freemind> indeed
[3:51] <DanDare> yeah, moskitos there are wild
[3:51] <Freemind> u must be prepared
[3:51] <Freemind> for sure
[3:51] <DanDare> thats for sure
[3:51] <Freemind> or you are dead :D
[3:51] <Freemind> sooner or later
[3:51] <DanDare> lol pretty much
[3:52] <Freemind> where u from in brazil?
[3:52] <DanDare> you can be eat by ants if you dont take care
[3:52] <Freemind> sao paulo?
[3:52] <DanDare> Freemind, http://www.fallingrain.com/world/BR/15/Belo_Horizonte.html
[3:53] <Freemind> oh i c
[3:53] <Freemind> north from rio
[3:53] <Freemind> :)
[3:53] <DanDare> Such a cold answer, but more precise :p
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[3:53] <Chase__> do any of you have a recommendation for a power calculator?
[3:53] <Freemind> not soo far from the rainforest man
[3:53] <DanDare> Freemind, yeah... true
[3:54] <Chase__> I want to power these http://www.ebay.com/itm/111143806861?_trksid=p2060778.m2749.l2649&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT
[3:54] <Chase__> i'd perfer to do it all with the pi through the gpio
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[3:54] <Chase__> but 160 leds is a lot i think?
[3:54] <DanDare> Freemind, sweet.. Ill grab skype. Have a nice night pal
[3:55] <Freemind> u2 :) bye
[3:55] <DanDare> later
[3:55] <DanDare> Chase__, you should think in terms of current. How many amps for the led strip? Anyway, you will need some external power source.
[3:56] <Chase__> I bought a USB to power jack connector just in case
[3:56] <Chase__> and I was going to use an apple power adapter, because they're usually high quality components
[3:57] <DanDare> Chase__, makes sense. Anyway, despite your power supply, it pretty much will not work from pi GPIO 5V
[3:57] <Chase__> alright, i power the leds with the usb>power jack and the pi with its normal usb charger i have
[3:57] <DanDare> Chase__, maybe this one adaptor you selected will not be enough for the strip, you must check how much current you will need
[3:58] <Chase__> how would I do that?
[3:58] <Chase__> the only specs i see is 5v
[3:58] <DanDare> Chase__, understand... How many leds ?
[3:58] <Chase__> 160
[3:58] <Chase__> probably a few less
[3:59] <DanDare> Chase__, it will be something between 2,5A to 4,8A (Amperes)
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[3:59] <DanDare> I guess*
[4:00] <Chase__> and i can buy even higher if I wanted right?
[4:00] <DanDare> Chase__, you mean higher power supply?
[4:00] <Chase__> 5v but higher A
[4:00] <DanDare> Chase__, yeah... You can use a 300,000A power supply if you want
[4:00] <DanDare> just dont shortcut that :p
[4:01] <Chase__> i assume resistors and such are for voltage only?
[4:01] <DanDare> *need
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[4:01] <DanDare> Chase__, resistors are for current limit
[4:01] <DanDare> Chase__, primarily
[4:01] <DanDare> *current limiting
[4:02] <Chase__> hm, looks like the ipad charger is about 2.4A
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[4:03] <DanDare> Chase__, hard to tell but it sounds like pushing the limits for your led strip
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[4:04] <Chase__> hm, it'll be somehwere bettwen 130-160 leds.
[4:04] <DanDare> Chase__, ideally, you should use a big power supply (lets say 10A), measure how much current you need to light the strip (using a multimeter), then pick the right power supply for it based on the results
[4:04] <Chase__> the worst thing that will happen with low amps is it just won't work, right?
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[4:05] <DanDare> Chase__, yeah.. and the power supply will get a bit hot also. Bu I suspect most smps PS got over current protection...
[4:06] <DanDare> Chase__, so the worst thing that can happen is damage the power supply, not the led strip
[4:06] <DanDare> Considering is a "ready to go" "plug and play" led strip
[4:06] <Chase__> yeah
[4:08] <CoJaBo> ..where does one find a 300kA power supply? llol
[4:08] <DanDare> CoJaBo, not sure... Maybe at the power station central? :p
[4:09] <Chase__> with the WS2801 being pretty standard, i bet I can find someones calculation and just modify it to the amount of leds i have vs them
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[4:09] <DanDare> Chase__, sure
[4:10] <DanDare> If 1 led consumes 16mA 2 leds will be 32mA
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[4:13] <CoJaBo> The craziest I've seen was to power a supercomputer.. I dunno how many amps that was, but if it shorted out it'd apperently rain down molton metal
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[4:16] <Chase__> woo
[4:16] <Chase__> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8v57pDUxImc
[4:16] <Chase__> this guy is saying 5v 2a is good enough
[4:16] <lost_soul> Chase__: depends on the supply
[4:17] <Chase__> like if it is actually doing 5v 2a?
[4:17] <lost_soul> the amperage isn't the main thing.. Steady clean power is
[4:17] <lost_soul> right, I've used two 5v 2A supplies that put out like 4.25v under load
[4:18] <Chase__> Yeah, I think official iPad chargers do pretty well
[4:18] <lost_soul> so my pi froze pretty frequently until I found a supply that actually gives me good power
[4:19] <Chase__> I think hyperion can control the brightness values too, so i probably won't have them all the way up
[4:19] <CoJaBo> Voltage drop from lousy cables seems to be a problem too :/
[4:21] <lost_soul> the cables could be a factor, I did try different cables though when I was trying to test mine
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[4:22] <lost_soul> Thus far though my two B+ have done great
[4:22] <Chase__> is that for ambilight or something else?
[4:22] <lost_soul> I still don't have a PSU that my B will never freeze with.. It doesn't freeze very often now though
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[4:23] <DanDare> I _guess_ pi model B got pretty poor noise filtering on power input
[4:23] <DanDare> Like it really expect a good clean power supply
[4:23] <DanDare> *expects
[4:24] <Chase__> I bought both a B and B+ just in case i had weird issues :P
[4:24] <CoJaBo> Mine I keep having issues with the power led; I found out I actually can control it in software
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[4:25] <DanDare> CoJaBo, what type of issue?
[4:25] <lost_soul> Chase__: should have googled... The B+ is supposed to resolve most issues
[4:25] <CoJaBo> DanDare: If I ping the pi, it blinks <_<
[4:26] <DanDare> Oh, weird
[4:26] <Chase__> I bought a B+ originally, but at the time it was having issues with compatibility with software
[4:26] <Chase__> so I ordered a B
[4:26] <Chase__> and while it was shipping to me, they fixed the B+ stuff
[4:26] <CoJaBo> It doesn't freeze or anything, but if I do anything, it goes off
[4:26] <Chase__> but it also came in handy when I was troubleshooting video grabbers
[4:26] <DanDare> CoJaBo, not a poor power supply?
[4:27] <CoJaBo> I think it's partly the cables; everything I own sucks
[4:28] <DanDare> :p
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[4:33] <lost_soul> so what's wrong with the cheaper cables... no shielding around the individual wires or something?
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[4:36] <Chase__> hm, if my measurements of my tv are right, it'll be about 96 leds
[4:37] <Chase__> i think i'll be okay with 2/3A
[4:37] <CoJaBo> lost_soul: Small gauge wire, for the most part; probably poor connections at the ends too
[4:37] <Chase__> and 5v
[4:38] <CoJaBo> Shielding probably doesn't matter a whole lot for power; the regulator on the pi should clear most of that up
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[4:38] <lost_soul> even on the model B?
[4:38] <lost_soul> lo abnormal
[4:39] <abnormal> hi lost_soul
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[4:57] <CoJaBo> lost_soul: /
[4:57] <CoJaBo> ?
[4:57] <abnormal> CoJaBo, what?
[4:58] <lost_soul> CoJaBo: huh
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[7:39] <gurke_> good morning. :)
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[8:47] <skyroveRR> Hello!
[8:48] <skyroveRR> Finally got slackware to boot from my pi.
[8:48] <abnormal> yeh?
[8:48] <skyroveRR> Yup.
[8:48] <abnormal> slackware?
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[8:48] <skyroveRR> Slackware.
[8:48] <abnormal> os?
[8:48] <skyroveRR> A *nix distribution.
[8:49] <abnormal> how big is it?
[8:49] <skyroveRR> A few gigs.
[8:49] <abnormal> that'll kill my SD card
[8:49] <skyroveRR> I haven't installed it on my SD card ;)
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[8:50] <abnormal> cripes.. what did you install it on? the pi processor?
[8:50] <skyroveRR> I changed the booting medium, heh.
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[8:51] <abnormal> Oh?
[8:51] <skyroveRR> Oh.
[8:52] <skyroveRR> Never heard about booting a pi from a different medium, abnormal ?
[8:52] <abnormal> lol.... what do you mean booting medium?
[8:52] <abnormal> no
[8:52] <skyroveRR> Ok, then you are far from understanding what I'm actually talking about.
[8:52] <abnormal> I don't know how to do that.
[8:53] <abnormal> is there a bios setup on the pi?
[8:54] <abnormal> to change from SD card to medium?
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[8:55] <gordonDrogon> skyroveRR, is slackware still using the softABI for the Pi ?
[8:55] <skyroveRR> IDK about that.. I'll have to find.
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[8:55] <gordonDrogon> abnormal, you boot the kernel off the SD card the mount the root filesystem off somewhere else.
[8:55] <abnormal> I have USB sticks. but only know how to store and retrieve it
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[8:56] <gordonDrogon> abnormal, stick to using the SD card. it's easy and works well.
[8:56] <abnormal> will Tahrpup work on pi?
[8:57] <gordonDrogon> enter that into google and you might find out. ('ve no idea what tahrpup is)
[8:57] <gordonDrogon> no sensible results for Tahrpup )-:
[8:58] <abnormal> it's an OS for most computers, a linux distro
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[8:58] <skyroveRR> It's tahir pup linux.
[8:58] <gordonDrogon> never heard of it )-: neither has google by the looks.
[8:58] <skyroveRR> Oh wait..
[8:59] <skyroveRR> abnormal: have a link to that OS?
[8:59] <abnormal> I have it on a stick and use it on my lappy
[9:00] <gordonDrogon> puppy linux?
[9:00] <skyroveRR> Maybe a derivative...
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[9:00] <abnormal> a small ver of puppy
[9:01] <abnormal> maybe spelled Tharpup?
[9:02] <abnormal> it's fast and neat little OS, makes the lappy fly really fast
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[9:03] <abnormal> any of you know about BBB?
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[9:03] <skyroveRR> No, what is it?
[9:04] <abnormal> beaglebone black
[9:04] <skyroveRR> What about it?
[9:04] <abnormal> you know anything about it?
[9:04] <abnormal> do you have one?
[9:05] <skyroveRR> No
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[9:05] <gordonDrogon> I have one. booted it once. it gathers dust.
[9:05] <abnormal> lol, me too... hate Angstrom
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[9:06] <neutrino--> of course one does not buy it from the distribution
[9:07] <abnormal> wanna sell it?
[9:07] <neutrino--> *i for the linux distribution
[9:08] <neutrino--> abnormal: why dont you try another linux distro on it ?
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[9:09] <abnormal> tried to, just can''t flash it to eeprom... keeps giving me hard time.. maybe locked or encrypted?
[9:09] <neutrino--> no idea .. havent worked with BBB , only pandaboard a little
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[9:10] <abnormal> what you think of banana pi?
[9:11] <neutrino--> how much does it sell for ?
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[9:12] <abnormal> dunno, never looked at price.
[9:12] <abnormal> but you can search it tho...
[9:13] <neutrino--> hmm .. well for 65 dollars you can get an odroidU3
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[9:14] <neutrino--> if your application does not require GPIO , but does require a good processor
[9:15] <abnormal> yeh I want to get an Odroid U3...
[9:21] <abnormal> I also wanted to get the cubietruck and other stuff on that site... but ran out of funds
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[9:22] <abnormal> anyways, I have 4 pi's and one BBB, arduino uno, quickstart, etc
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[9:22] <neutrino--> check out the parallella sometime
[9:22] <neutrino--> adapteva parallella
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[9:27] <abnormal> yeh neat little boards.. but still no funds to buy it...
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[9:34] <Davespice> guten morgan
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[9:35] <abnormal> nagrom netug
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[9:41] <djazz> lol, orange and yellow are still swapped in the wiringPi PiGlow header file xD
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[9:52] <plum> hi, i'm trying to get the NOOBS installer working on my B+ Pi. but it keeps booting to a rainbow pixelated square image. i look for the config.txt, but the file does not exist in the sd card after this... i also notice a few files missing from the os subfolders in the sdcard, after the rainbow pixels screen
[9:52] <plum> what can i do to get this working? i keep reformatting and reinstalling it on the sd card, but each time it's the same. the pi stays frozen on the rainbow pixel image...
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[10:08] <shiftplusone> plum, does the rainbow fill the whole screen or is it one square on the top right?
[10:09] <plum> it's the whole screen kinda thing. or rather, most of it, as i'm on a wide screen and it takes up a "square" that would be a normal-sized screen in the middle of the widescreen
[10:10] <plum> does that make sense? i might not have described it well
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[10:14] <gordonDrogon> djazz, lol lol lol.
[10:14] <djazz> :-)
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[10:15] <gordonDrogon> actually, I thought I'd fixed that ages ago.
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[10:15] <gordonDrogon> it's not exactly critical though.
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[10:16] <djazz> gordonDrogon: when i use the piglow on the B+ and sets thr leds on around 50% there's an audible whine/tone from the pi/piglow, know anything about that?
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[10:17] <gordonDrogon> no.
[10:18] <gordonDrogon> it's an I2C interface from the Pi to the Piglow - the chip on-board does all the PWM stuff.
[10:18] <Luke-Jr> is the Model A still available?
[10:18] <gordonDrogon> I'll hook one up to a B+ shortly & test - got to dash out now to deliver some bread. back in a bit.
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[10:27] <shiftplusone> plum, yup makes sense. Don't remember why it happens, but check the troubleshooting section on elinux.
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[10:34] <gordonDrogon> ok. B+ booting with a PiGlow on-top.
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[10:35] <gordonDrogon> wow. how abotu that - it's whining after piglow all 50
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[10:37] <gordonDrogon> let me try it on a B.
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[10:39] <djazz> Works fine on model A and B
[10:39] <plum> i'll check it, thank you
[10:39] <djazz> No whinepi
[10:39] <gordonDrogon> my initial suspicion is that the B+ can deliver more current to the board.
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[10:40] <djazz> Yeah.. New power circuit
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[10:40] <plum> Ah this is the page i was looking at earlier
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[10:40] <plum> it suggests to add boot_delay=1 to config.txt, but i don't have a config.txt in my sd card at all
[10:41] <gordonDrogon> it still makes noise on my B2 but much quieter. piglow all 50 will be the worst-case
[10:42] <djazz> hmm
[10:43] <gordonDrogon> I've emailled the boffins in Pimoroni. See if they have any comment (although half the team are off right now)
[10:43] <CoJaBo> it makes noise only on the b+?
[10:43] <gordonDrogon> CoJaBo, no - I can hear it on a B, but it's more noticable on a B+
[10:44] <gordonDrogon> I might re-read the data sheet. Mayby I can up the PWM frequency.
[10:44] <gordonDrogon> although I've a feeling its fixed.
[10:45] <CoJaBo> SMPS is probably noisier than the older linear power supply, if it's coupling noise onto the power lines or something
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[10:48] <gordonDrogon> datasheet doesn't give the pwm clock frequency and it's not settable over the I2C.
[10:49] <gordonDrogon> CoJaBo, it's audible noise - coming from the piglow board itself.
[10:49] <CoJaBo> sure it isn't coming from the pi board?
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[10:50] <gordonDrogon> faily sure - just checked again. it's either the piglow, or the area of Pi PCB directly under it.
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[10:54] <CoJaBo> gordonDrogon: If it's coming from the pi itself, it's most likely the inductors in the SMPS
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[10:55] <gordonDrogon> the pwm frequency on the piglow is 675 Hz. (just stuck scope on it) So you have 18 pins all wiggling up & down at 675 Hz...
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[10:55] <gordonDrogon> CoJaBo, the B doesn't have an SMPS.
[10:55] <Greybearworld> Morning
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[10:58] <CoJaBo> gordonDrogon: An SMPS would be quite a bit noisier, but there could still be some other component on the B that vibrates
[10:58] <Greybearworld> Wow cojabo you're still up??
[10:59] * CoJaBo apperently never sleeps >_>
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[10:59] <Greybearworld> U must be on crack
[10:59] <CoJaBo> neither does torchic__ , apperently.. lol
[10:59] <Greybearworld> This is madness
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[11:00] <Greybearworld> I guess you're on the redbull all day >_>
[11:00] <CoJaBo> I hate that stuff
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[11:01] <Greybearworld> It's a little too sweet for me
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[11:02] <Greybearworld> Wait my wifi isn't working on my pi :'(
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[11:05] <Greybearworld> Ahh it does now
[11:05] <Greybearworld> Has anyone even tried putting android on their pi? Also does it run fast?
[11:06] <shiftplusone> Greybearworld, no
[11:07] <Greybearworld> Damn
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[11:09] <CoJaBo> gordonDrogon: There's reports of it running (even on the official blog), but they appear to be hoaxes..
[11:09] <CoJaBo> Greybearworld: *
[11:09] * gordonDrogon cares nothing for Android on a Pi.
[11:09] <gordonDrogon> it's a waste of time and effort IMO.
[11:10] <CoJaBo> Yeh, better to port something open-source :P
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[11:10] <gordonDrogon> well - it's just not the platform for it. I appreciate that people want something to do, but there are limits.
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[11:11] <torchic__> :<
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[11:15] <Greybearworld> CoJabo the only reason I want it is so I can play clash of clans on my pi lmao
[11:15] <CoJaBo> Greybearworld: You wouldn't be able to do that.
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[11:20] <CoJaBo> Greybearworld: The issue is, the majority of Android is closed-source; if any of those components need modified, you could not do so. Even if they somehow ran as-is, you'd be pirating them by running them on an unlicensed device.
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[11:20] <Greybearworld> Wait so how comes windows can run it then as I don't think windows is licenced
[11:21] <Greybearworld> How did windows get the open source
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[11:22] <CoJaBo> You can run the emulator, but not much else AFAIK; just about any app is going to require the Play APIs, which are proprietary.
[11:23] <Greybearworld> Ok so where can I get my hands on a emulator for android?
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[11:27] <CoJaBo> The android dev site
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[11:52] <Bhaal> Ok... So if I am using the video port to take a still image via picamera .. Why does it still take 21 seconds to get a 6 second exposure? There shouldn't be any mode switching as I am not using the stills port....
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[11:57] <SpeedEvil> I refer to the answer I gave some moments ago.
[11:57] <SpeedEvil> (well, days)
[11:58] <Bhaal> Did I complain about this and forget an answer?
[11:58] <Bhaal> :/
[11:58] <Bhaal> crap
[11:58] <SpeedEvil> maybe not you
[11:59] <SpeedEvil> I suspect that it's taking several frames to get the camera setup
[11:59] <Bhaal> still :/ coz its possible
[11:59] <SpeedEvil> this is reasonable at 30hz
[11:59] <Bhaal> Ahh I definitely don't remember that answer...
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[11:59] <SpeedEvil> Does it take 18s if you ask for a 5 second?
[11:59] <Bhaal> Ummm...
[11:59] <Bhaal> Let me try
[12:00] <SpeedEvil> (3 frames + 3 seconds)
[12:00] <Bhaal> Yep, I understand
[12:01] <Bhaal> Just had to wait for it to finish its cycle... restarted script and now waiting for it to discard the first couple of images as they are always dodgy
[12:01] <Bhaal> And I'd prefer they aren't uploaded...
[12:02] <Bhaal> SpeedEvil: Nope... 5 seconds is still 21 seconds
[12:02] <Bhaal> Used Shutter: 4999916
[12:02] <Bhaal> Used ISO: 100
[12:02] <Bhaal> Used Framerate: 13107/65536
[12:02] <Bhaal> Used Compensation: 0
[12:02] <Bhaal> 0:00:21.544468
[12:03] <SpeedEvil> hmm
[12:03] <SpeedEvil> can youa sk for 'video' at 0.2gps?
[12:03] <Bhaal> I am not restarting the camera or anything, this is in a script on an while TRUE loop
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[12:06] <Bhaal> SpeedEvil:
[12:07] <Bhaal> Used Shutter: 5018502
[12:07] <Bhaal> Used ISO: 100
[12:07] <Bhaal> Used Framerate: 13107/65536
[12:07] <Bhaal> Used Compensation: 0
[12:07] <Bhaal> 0:00:21.548077
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[12:07] <Bhaal> I was actually requesting a 6000000 exposure
[12:08] <SpeedEvil> does it cap at 5s?
[12:08] <Bhaal> Nope
[12:08] <SpeedEvil> Does it vary with light?
[12:09] <Bhaal> Nope...
[12:09] <Bhaal> :)
[12:09] <Bhaal> I will try that though just wait, will use another camera in this room instead of the one on the roof...
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[12:13] <Bhaal> SpeedEvil: Nope... Same amount of time...
[12:13] <Bhaal> Same frame rate
[12:13] <SpeedEvil> what's the minimum video frame rate?
[12:14] <SpeedEvil> And an it do video frames at high res but low rate
[12:14] <SpeedEvil> can
[12:14] <Bhaal> Not sure
[12:15] <Bhaal> Oh, it can do full res video under 30fps now...
[12:15] <Bhaal> its not locked into the 1080p thing for maximum res
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[12:16] <SpeedEvil> I was wondering haow the SNR varies if you just take (say) 5 frames at 1s, and stack, not 1 frame per 5s
[12:16] <Bhaal> not stack... blend...
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[12:17] <Bhaal> I'd do that to get a 2 x 6 second long exposure in order to catch some lightning in the frame, but 6 x 1 to not take as long...
[12:18] <SpeedEvil> what's the difference?
[12:18] <Bhaal> A lot for night shots...
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[12:19] <SpeedEvil> what does blending do
[12:19] <Bhaal> SpeedEvil: I've tried stacking night shots, it doesn't work real well for "increasing" exposure...
[12:19] <SpeedEvil> that stacking doesn't
[12:19] <SpeedEvil> Bhaal: too much readout noise?
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[12:20] <Bhaal> SpeedEvil: Not enough of anything from stacking, I've stacked 20 frames and got nothing like what I get off a single 6 second exposure
[12:20] <Bhaal> blending just more or less puts the frames ontop of each other..
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[12:24] <SpeedEvil> err - that's what stacking is isn't it?
[12:26] <SpeedEvil> Sorry if I'mnot tracking - dentist at 2
[12:26] <SpeedEvil> I should have asked for 2:30
[12:29] <Bhaal> Well either way, I don't want to do stacking...
[12:29] <Bhaal> I want a proper 6second exposure
[12:29] <Bhaal> I just don't want it taking 20 seconds to do it...
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[12:33] <Bhaal> SpeedEvil: Ahhh, if I use capture_continuous its faster... Just gotta find a way to punch that into a stream...
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[12:34] <SpeedEvil> do you happen to have a sample of a 6s night imagE?
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[12:38] <Bhaal> SpeedEvil: in pm
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[12:46] <Bhaal> Now I want to know why I cannot capture_continuous to a stream...
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[12:49] <MY123> Bhaal: I think you can sw-rotate in SW fast.
[12:50] <Bhaal> MY123: Sorry, not following what you mean :(
[12:50] <MY123> (The VPU decodes 720p Theora and there is two.)
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[12:50] <Bhaal> 720p images won't cut it :/
[12:51] <Bhaal> Need full res
[12:52] <MY123> Bhaal: Did you read that is for full video decoding, not only rotate?
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[12:53] <MY123> ( the VPU is a general-purpose dual-core CPU which runs ThreadX with SIMD exts)
[12:54] <Bhaal> MY123: I am sorry, I am still not following... All I want is a 6 second camera exposure at full 2592x1944 res and I don't want it to take 20 seconds :)
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[12:55] <MY123> Bhaal: Try -t 0.
[12:55] <Bhaal> MY123: I am not using raspistill...
[12:56] <Bhaal> MY123: I was able to get quick images with raspistill using -t 0 -s -bm running in the background and then sending ti the SIGUSR1 ...
[12:56] <MY123> Bhaal: remember that raspistill is FOSS
[12:57] <Bhaal> But I had problems with it not allowing a shutter speed while the was too much light, either that or I was doing something horribly wrong...
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[13:15] <Bhaal> Ok... Why am I getting IOError: cannot identify image file <_io.BytesIO object at 0xb6734d20> When I try to use capture_continuous (stream,..... ) instead of capture(stream, .......)
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[14:59] <didlix> Hey
[15:00] <didlix> Can anyone tell me what I would need to control an inverter on/off switch using a pi?
[15:00] <didlix> Even just the basics of controlling switches from one
[15:01] <neutrino--> didlix: relays
[15:01] <amigojapan> sounds like relays or transistors
[15:02] <amigojapan> didlix: what do you want to switch on or off?
[15:02] <didlix> the inverter
[15:03] <didlix> I am guessing I'll have to hack the inverter
[15:03] <neutrino--> or you could go with a servo motor which turns a slider-crank to go and push the button on your invertor
[15:03] <neutrino--> :P
[15:03] <didlix> Living on a canal boat, keep forgetting to turn the inverter off and draining the batteries. So making a solar powered pi that I can turn it on and off from
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[15:04] <amigojapan> didlix: yeah, for something high power, you probably want relays
[15:04] <amigojapan> but yeah, a servo would be very un-inturive surgery too
[15:04] <didlix> What can I start off with that's basic? Prototyping it at work first
[15:05] <didlix> Just going to get a solar powered pi working, and write the code
[15:05] <didlix> and then when I can work out exactly how to control the inverter, move it in
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[15:05] <didlix> I also want to hook it up to the boat's battery monitor so you can view those stats online
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[15:06] <neutrino--> didlix: ive fiddled around with invertors
[15:06] <neutrino--> mainly to extract the battery and the awesome tranformer ..
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[15:07] <neutrino--> well not invertors exactly
[15:07] <neutrino--> UPS
[15:07] <neutrino--> so most UPS have this little PCB up near the panel with buttons and light
[15:07] <neutrino--> *lights
[15:08] <neutrino--> if you are lucky and they use the old style mechanical switch then you could just replace it with a relay
[15:08] <priuon> hello. will the pi usb-bus be able to power an old 2.5" IDE HDD in a external usb caddy?
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[15:08] <IT_Sean> WHat model Pi?
[15:08] <IT_Sean> A, B, or B+ ?
[15:08] <amigojapan> priuon: you can use a powered USB hub
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[15:09] <didlix> I also need to find the most low power 3g solution
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[15:09] <priuon> amigojapan: I could if I had one.
[15:09] <priuon> B
[15:09] <IT_Sean> priuon: if it is an A or B, you will need a powered USB hub.
[15:10] <amigojapan> didlix: well, then dont use the servo, that is not low power
[15:10] <neutrino--> if it is the button kind , which uses electronic control then you might want to know deaper how it works
[15:10] <didlix> amigojapan: :)
[15:10] <priuon> IT_Sean the extended memory with no usb extension
[15:10] <neutrino--> *deeper
[15:10] <IT_Sean> priuon: what?
[15:11] <didlix> amigojapan: yeah, it's going to run off of solar and battery. I'm going to dual charge the battery from solar and the boats inverter (when it's on)
[15:11] <IT_Sean> priuon: How many USB ports have you got?
[15:11] <priuon> 2
[15:11] <didlix> I will probably be able to use the boat's existing solar panels
[15:11] <IT_Sean> priuon: Okay, that's a Model B. You will probably need a powered USB hub.
[15:12] <amigojapan> neutrino—: could he not just power it down by cutting power to the inverter, , I mean by disconnecting it from teh wall? if he leaves it constantly on
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[15:14] <priuon> IT_Sean how much power can the pi B deliver on the usb ports?
[15:14] <neutrino--> amigojapan: yeah that could work too
[15:14] <IT_Sean> Not enough to run a full sized external harddrive
[15:16] <neutrino--> didlix: i beleive some invertors come with serial ports to monitor and control
[15:16] <priuon> IT_Sean a 2.5" isn't full sized
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[15:17] <IT_Sean> priuon: it depends entirely on the enclosure then. it might work, but you will VERY LIKELY need a powered USB hub. Try it and see. If it works, grreat. it it doesn't, get a hub!
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[15:19] <didlix> neutrino--: hope this one does
[15:19] <didlix> neutrino--: not really looked at it yet. It's actually my ex/not-ex partner's boat and in a hard to get to place
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[15:21] <priuon> IT_Sean It's a bit troublesome but I don't think I can afford the hub in the relevant timeframe
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[15:25] <priuon> are the hardware power specifications for the rasperry pi model B online?
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[15:25] <IT_Sean> Google is your friend.
[15:25] <priuon> not really
[15:26] <amigojapan> didlix: so yeah, I would reccomend doing a non-intrusive thing, like cutting power behind the wall socket, instead of messing with teh inverter itself
[15:27] <didlix> amigojapan: I'll see what it's connected to
[15:27] <gordonDrogon> priuon, what are you looking for?
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[15:28] <priuon> I remember the PI coming wiht almost no documents...
[15:28] <amigojapan> ok didlix , are you on hte boat now?
[15:28] <didlix> amigojapan: nope
[15:28] <didlix> probably not until tomorrow
[15:28] <priuon> what happened to duckduckgo btw? were they hijacked or something?
[15:28] <priuon> it's the same bullshit google provides now
[15:28] <gordonDrogon> priuon, are you still after Pi power details? If so what is it that you're after?
[15:28] <priuon> sorry for the language
[15:28] <didlix> ddg is working for me?
[15:28] <amigojapan> didlix: ok, when you are one, I would try this…. turn on the inverter, then unplug it, then plug it back in, if it is still on, then you can do the non-intrusive thing I mentioned
[15:29] <IT_Sean> priuon: please review the channel language policy. Link is in the topic.
[15:29] <didlix> amigojapan: it's going to be connected to the battery somehow
[15:29] <didlix> amigojapan: really good advice
[15:29] <amigojapan> priuon: duckduckgo is working for me now
[15:29] <amigojapan> no problem didlix
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[15:30] <didlix> amigojapan: now I just need about £150
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[15:30] <priuon> amigojapan you are rich then I assume?
[15:30] <amigojapan> didlix: I dont think I can help you with that :)
[15:30] <didlix> lol
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[15:30] <amigojapan> priuon: why do you say that? I am not paying money for duckduckgo
[15:31] <didlix> priuon: neither am I
[15:31] <amigojapan> wait, duckduckgo… I was thinking of duckdns, sorry priuon , brain missfire
[15:31] <didlix> ddg is working for me
[15:32] <priuon> amigojapan: sorry I just don't see how the current appearance of duckduckgo matches the philosophy they started of with
[15:32] <amigojapan> priuon: I also use google, and I am not rich :)
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[15:33] <amigojapan> let me see what it looks like now
[15:33] <didlix> priuon: what appearance?
[15:33] <priuon> amigojapan: It was more or less a joke. you said it is working for you. So it would be yours I inclined in my answer
[15:34] <amigojapan> ok
[15:35] <priuon> well these live suggestions the link redirections most notably. google started this madnes and I am no friend of it.
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[15:40] <priuon> thanks amigojapan, Sean_IT. cu another day.
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[17:36] <shiftplusone> 16mb
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[19:03] <Jusii> evening
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[19:04] <lost_soul> evening
[19:04] <Jusii> am I correct, that even on RPi B+ USB is only available from those 4 USB connectors? looking GPIO header pins, I assume not available there?
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[19:04] <lost_soul> or afternoon, as the case happens to be here
[19:05] <gordonDrogon> Jusii, that's right.
[19:05] <gordonDrogon> Jusii, no USB via GPIO.
[19:05] <Jusii> Then next question, is there any viable way to connect wifi adapter through GPIO header?
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[19:05] <gordonDrogon> nope.
[19:06] <lost_soul> Jusii: I'm just curious as to why you'ld want to connect it via GPIO rather than usb?
[19:07] <Jusii> reason I'm asking is, that we're making 'TFT display' which has RPi B+ integrated, Pi will be positioned so that USB and ethernet is available on the side, but would also prefer to have wifi completely inside the case
[19:07] <MY123> gordonDrogon: You can do it for USB1.1
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[19:08] <gordonDrogon> MY123, yea, right.
[19:08] <MY123> (advanced bit-banging technology)
[19:08] <gordonDrogon> MY123, when you're written the driver for it and published it then beat your chest about it until then just forget it.
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[19:09] <teepee> Jusii: just use additional connectors then
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[19:09] <Jusii> so only possibility would be to hide RPi completely inside the casing and then using wiring and external connectors
[19:09] <gordonDrogon> yea, if you need an in-box solution you could unsolder one of the existing connectors and solder into it.
[19:09] <lost_soul> yea
[19:10] <Jusii> thanks
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[19:11] <lost_soul> it's always interesting to read what people are doing with their pi's
[19:11] <Jusii> hmm, well you could just use USB male to female adapters there to get in further into casing
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[19:12] <lost_soul> that would make it hard for them to connect ethernet
[19:12] <Jusii> we're planning to manufacture that kind of displays commercially, we use them for digital signage but if the price stays reasonable, hobbyists could be interested too
[19:13] <Jusii> yeah, for ethernet we'd need to use cable and connector
[19:13] <lost_soul> I'ld still say having new connectors would be your best bet
[19:13] <Jusii> yeah
[19:13] <Jusii> I'll look that possibility also with the manufacturer
[19:13] <lost_soul> plus any force exherted on the usb adapter would put stress on the solder points on the board itself.. if it was a seperate unit that wouldn't be so
[19:14] <Jusii> best would be if I could find some ready made PCB with 4 USB and ethernet
[19:14] <Jusii> that's also true
[19:14] <gordonDrogon> Jusii, sounds like a job for the compute module...
[19:14] <gordonDrogon> e.g. look at the slice system ...
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[19:15] <Jusii> Yeah, I know, I would go CM way but haven't been able to convince other guys with that yet
[19:16] <Jusii> we used to be HW company too, but really try to avoid that route nowdays
[19:17] <MY123> Jusii: Why? too risky?
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[19:17] <Jusii> And I have a feeling, that if wifi is needed, then it will be external on USB
[19:17] <MY123> Jusii: Using the Compute Module will bring simpler VGA.
[19:17] <MY123> (DPI)
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[19:18] <gordonDrogon> why will it bring simpler vga?
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[19:18] <Jusii> well we try to be SW company even though we've made our own ARM platform in the past
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[19:19] <gordonDrogon> Jusii, maybe worth a quick return to hardware? especially if you still have the staff...
[19:19] <MY123> gordonDrogon: It would be in the same PCB and with a same side for connectors( B+ with VGA makes 3-side board connectors)
[19:19] <Jusii> gordonDrogon: those guys are the ones that say no ;)
[19:20] <gordonDrogon> MY123, if it's all inside a bigger box it's not really relevant.
[19:20] <Jusii> well I think that way too, too much work for just getting internal wifi
[19:20] <gordonDrogon> and making your own vga adapter isn't that hard noe.
[19:20] <lost_soul> Jusii: if they are the companies hardware guys.. tell them it's about time they start earning their paychecks again
[19:20] <lost_soul> make lots of friends
[19:21] <Jusii> lost_soul: didn't work, I've many times asked to fire up the oscilloscope to no avail
[19:22] <MY123> Jusii: A VGA adapter for the Pi is just a few resistors.
[19:22] <gordonDrogon> MY123, 3 sets of 6 carefully chosen values.
[19:22] <gordonDrogon> not "just a few".
[19:22] <lost_soul> where did VGA even come in to play.. I thought Jusii's only request was wifi via GPIO?
[19:22] <Jusii> or you can just give 20€ to farnell and get that adapter :)
[19:22] <gordonDrogon> and has it oddured to you that todays big display boards are HDMI?
[19:23] <MY123> gordonDrogon: VGA is *still* cheaper
[19:24] <MY123> Jusii: What WiFi speed do you need?
[19:26] <Jusii> something reasonable, well maybe even old 802.11b would be enough with these. Video download is already throttled on server side
[19:27] <MY123> Jusii: I have a feeling that WiFi with SPI will be a bit too slow.
[19:28] <Jusii> yeah, did quick google for that
[19:28] <Jusii> not worth it
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[19:30] <Jusii> ofcourse we can design the casing so, that one USB connector would stay behing the casing and use that nano dongle in there
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[19:31] <Jusii> I hoped for little bigger antenna, but the difference isn't really that big
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[20:26] <Freemind> hi, i have 2 new cards for the (in)compatible-sd-cards list
[20:26] <Freemind> anyone who can enter the info? im to lazy to make an account :>
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[20:29] <ppq> http://bugmenot.com/view/elinux.org
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[20:46] <user317> anyone an expert on wireless? i am trying to connect my pi to a ipad hotspot
[20:46] <user317> but it seems to fail to get an ip address
[20:47] <gordonDrogon> can you connect anything else to the ipad hotspot and get an IP/internet?
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[20:48] <user317> yea, i can connect my laptop
[20:48] <user317> currently using it
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[20:50] <dfguy> were you trying to connect concurrently? limited to one user maybe?
[20:51] <user317> no, its not
[20:51] <user317> you can use more then one, and even with my laptop disconnected it doesn't connect
[20:52] <dfguy> and you can connect the rPi to other wireless?
[20:52] <user317> so i have this in my interfaces file
[20:52] <user317> iface wlan0 inet dhcp wpa-debug-level 3 wpa-ssid "Laura's iPad" wpa-psk "brooklyn"
[20:52] <dfguy> odd -- never seen a space in SSID
[20:53] <dfguy> if you go thru the GUI wireless config does it see the network?
[20:54] <user317> let me try removing the spaces
[20:56] <ShorTie> it's better to use an underscore '_' in names then a space
[20:56] <ShorTie> some things end when they see a space
[20:57] <dfguy> yeah, we've always avoided them due android and other platform issues
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[20:58] <dfguy> any luck 317?
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[20:58] <user317_> nope
[20:58] <user317_> removed spaces
[20:59] <dfguy> and did you say you tried through the GUI?
[20:59] <dfguy> or are you doing it all headless?
[20:59] <user317_> yea
[20:59] <user317_> unfortunately
[20:59] <user317_> through the serial cable
[20:59] <user317_> DHCPDISCOVER on wlan0 to 255.255.255.255 port 67 interval 14
[20:59] <user317_> times out
[20:59] <user317_> but i see some IOCTL failures
[21:00] <user317_> ioctl[SIOCSIWENCODEEXT]: Invalid argument
[21:00] <user317_> is that expected?
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[21:01] <user317_> hmm
[21:01] <user317_> so my laptop thinks the broadcast address is 172.20.10.15
[21:01] <dfguy> nope
[21:01] <user317_> do you guys know how to set that in the commandline?
[21:02] <Encrypt> user317_, ifconfig ;)
[21:02] <Encrypt> user317_, What is your IP adress?
[21:03] <dfguy> did you say you pasted the wpa.config here?
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[21:04] <user317_> my laptop thats connecte to the same ipad is 172.20.10.3
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[21:04] <user317_> .15 seems like a really odd broadcast address to me
[21:04] <user317_> but its apple so wtf knows
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[21:04] <dfguy> nice
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[21:07] <user317_> ok, so hardcoding the broadcast to that address didn't help
[21:07] <dfguy> i have in my interfaces the following right below the "iface wlan0" line: wpa-roam /etc/wpa_supplicant/wpa_supplicant.conf
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[21:08] <dfguy> and it's within that file that i name the SSID and give the pwd etc
[21:08] <user317_> whats in your wpa_supplicant.conf?
[21:08] <dfguy> one sec
[21:09] <Jusii> for /28 subnet .15 would be first subnets broadcast (no, haven't followed your discussion, just a note...)
[21:09] <dfguy> ctrl_interface=DIR=/var/run/wpa_supplicant GROUP=netdev
[21:09] <dfguy> update_config=1
[21:09] <dfguy> network={
[21:09] <dfguy> ssid="*******"
[21:09] <dfguy> psk="*******"
[21:09] <dfguy> proto=RSN
[21:09] <dfguy> key_mgmt=WPA-PSK
[21:09] <dfguy> pairwise=CCMP
[21:09] <dfguy> auth_alg=OPEN
[21:09] <dfguy> id_str="home"
[21:09] <dfguy> }
[21:10] <IT_Sean> dfguy: next time, please pastebin
[21:10] <user317_> thanks, let me try that
[21:10] <dfguy> sorry
[21:11] <dfguy> then, in interfaces, you reference it with an "inet home" section
[21:12] <dfguy> i'll pastebin my interfaces file for you b/c there are some other things you should verify as well
[21:12] <user317_> can you please? thanks
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[21:15] <dfguy> here you go: http://pastebin.com/MtcwPt1W
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[21:17] <user317_> great thanks!
[21:17] <dfguy> good luck
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[22:10] <sla_erick> Hi guys, does someone has been able to install v4l2loopback?
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[23:10] <gregor3005> hi, is it possible to work with analog inputs? i want to connect a thermistor to get the room temperature?
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[23:11] <gregor3005> in the meantime i read about the gpio
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[23:23] <frauxsh> hi, a little part of my sd card in my pi broke off but still works. though my (only other) cardreader in my laptop does not recognize it at all (nothing shows up in the kernel log). i want to use a new card and want to make a backup of the current one so that i dont have to configure everyhting from scratch again. if i use rsync while using the card on the pi, what do i not get right? what data might be
[23:23] <frauxsh> lost on the backup or broken?
[23:24] <frauxsh> would be dd better than rsync?
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[23:27] <Matt> rsync is probably better in terms of data consistency
[23:28] <Matt> you'll should pretty much everything that way
[23:28] <Matt> and it'll tell you what it can't copy
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[23:30] <frauxsh> ok, thanks :)
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[23:34] <gordonDrogon> gregor3005, there are several chips you can connect up to perform A to D conversion on the Pi. Some are even digital - e.g. the 1-Wire sensors, some are I2C and other SPI.
[23:34] <gordonDrogon> gregor3005, so lots of choice.
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[23:36] <gregor3005> gordonDrogon: thx, currently i play with a led :-)
[23:37] <gordonDrogon> gregor3005, starting with LEDs is good.
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[23:39] <gregor3005> gordonDrogon: normally i code with java for a medium company. i played only a little bit with c on my arduino board for my reprap :-) so i hope python will not take long to understand
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[23:40] <gregor3005> gordonDrogon: hurray the led is blinking
[23:40] <gordonDrogon> I don't program in Python. Almost all I do in C.
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