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IRC Log for 2014-09-28

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[2:54] <oats> In http://sourceforge.net/p/raspberry-gpio-python/wiki/BasicUsage/, what is a "channel"?
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[2:57] <pksato> oats: the pin to use.
[2:57] <oats> Why is it called a channel>
[2:57] <oats> in the wiki
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[2:58] <pksato> author choice.
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[2:59] <oats> alright
[3:00] <oats> what is pull up/pull down of an input
[3:01] <pksato> if you asking, you not reading a good text about gpios. :)
[3:02] <pksato> pull is a way to force some logic level at input.
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[3:04] <oats> it is the sf wiki page I linked to
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[3:05] <oats> pksato: what is up / down?
[3:06] <pksato> above and below, high, low...
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[3:07] <oats> 1/0?
[3:09] <pksato> true and false.
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[3:18] <oats> ook
[3:19] <oats> so gpio.cleanup() turns the pins off/stops putting current through them?
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[3:40] <AlmtyBob> So, my pi's inspired me to turn my spare PC into a linux desktop. What's the standard distro for desktops nowadays?
[3:40] <therion23> i guess ubuntu is
[3:40] <AlmtyBob> what about Mint?
[3:41] <therion23> i havent tried mint but both are debian based so they cant be that different except look and feel
[3:41] <kd7jwc> mint is very good
[3:41] <kd7jwc> several desktop choices
[3:41] <AlmtyBob> kd7jwc: do you run it yourself? Wondering what window manager to go with if I do get mint
[3:41] <therion23> window managers are a bit like religions haha
[3:42] <AlmtyBob> yah 8/
[3:42] <therion23> but if you have a fave already, i bet its out for mint too
[3:42] <AlmtyBob> I don't, I haven't run desktop linux in at least 10-15 years
[3:42] <therion23> i never really used anything but fluxbox
[3:42] <therion23> which is like the most minimalistic WM around
[3:42] <kd7jwc> i have it on 3 systems
[3:43] <kd7jwc> its very easy to use and most things i need just work
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[3:43] <AlmtyBob> nice
[3:43] <kd7jwc> cinnamon is graphics heavy, recomend at least 256mb gram
[3:43] <AlmtyBob> I'm helping my buddy build a LAMP for learning's sake so it'll be nice to have my own server around too
[3:44] <kd7jwc> mate is straight forward and uses less resources
[3:44] <therion23> if you are running linux for server purposes, fluxbox is totally light weight and does very little but open windows for you
[3:44] <AlmtyBob> I think my spare PC has a 760 so bring it on
[3:44] <therion23> the good thing is the memory footprint is 2-3mb
[3:44] <AlmtyBob> I want fancy and nice from a window manager
[3:44] <kd7jwc> and xfce is the least intense of the 3
[3:44] <kd7jwc> then do cinnamon, i have a realfondness for it
[3:44] <therion23> cant help you with fancy and nice im afraid, i do not look for those :)
[3:45] <AlmtyBob> I'll do that, thanks
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[3:45] <AlmtyBob> first I've got to clean off this 1tb drive. That's going to take for-frickin-ever
[3:45] <kd7jwc> when you chose to head over to the mint irc server look up shantorn
[3:45] <[Saint]> New from the same guy with similarly bad ideas comes...running / on a cheap USB uSD RAID array.
[3:45] <therion23> tell me about it .. i came home with a 4TB drive earlier today with the purpose of clearing a 2TB for Pi purposes
[3:46] <therion23> still 34 hours to go on that copy operation
[3:46] <AlmtyBob> therion23: me too! I just bought another 4tb today!
[3:46] <AlmtyBob> that's where I'm cleaing to
[3:46] <therion23> :)
[3:46] <therion23> what did you get? i picked up a plain Seagate Expansion one cos the Toshiba were sold out
[3:47] <[Saint]> USB3 is invaluable here for large externals.
[3:47] <AlmtyBob> I'm trying to only move the stuff I need to. It's a 3 year old windows drive. Unfortunately it has my Usenet folder on it so the drive is mostly full of stuff I want to keep like a digital hoarder
[3:47] <therion23> yeah, USB3 is nice, sadly, my source drive is USB2 only
[3:47] <[Saint]> Ah.
[3:47] <[Saint]> Suck.
[3:48] <therion23> which is why it will be perfect for a Pi as media server
[3:48] <therion23> media server disk, i mean
[3:49] <therion23> plus i get to eliminate all USB2 disks on my workstation
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[3:49] <therion23> which reminds me, i wanted to ask you lot about an USB sound card thingie, one sec
[3:50] <[Saint]> I've been trying to spin a reliable image for use as a NAS/wireless repeater, and then automate said task, as its been manual thus far. Its been somewhat challenging.
[3:51] <therion23> uhm, i did a wicked setup on a netbook once, doing RAID 0+1 with an USB memory stick
[3:51] <therion23> it was slower than watching paint dry but it worked :)
[3:52] <therion23> there it was .. any of you tried the Asus Xonar 3 with a Pi?
[3:52] <therion23> it is a USB soundcard with integrated speakers (yes they are very small)
[3:53] <[Saint]> I use the Wolfson Audio Card with the B, waiting on a revised variant for B2
[3:55] <[Saint]> Its a fairly badass card, I enjoy using it a lot.
[3:55] <therion23> yeah those are cute, but i can get the U3 at the same price, and it's supposedly a Roland DAC inside
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[3:56] <therion23> i did a bit of google'ing for it last night and for every post going "i got this and it works" there's a reply going "what did you do to get it working?" and an absolute zero in answers to those
[4:02] <abnormal> why not just plug an amp in the pi's sound output???
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[4:02] <therion23> cos the sound quality is pretty bad
[4:02] <abnormal> well then get the wolfson card
[4:02] <evil_dan2wik> [Saint], B2 or B+?
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[4:03] <[Saint]> On the B its terrible.
[4:03] <therion23> yeah i got a B
[4:03] <abnormal> so?
[4:03] <abnormal> build an amp and connect to pi's output on the chip
[4:04] <therion23> haha, i wish i was that skillful
[4:04] <[Saint]> Its OK. He's not either.
[4:04] <abnormal> you can be if you really want to be...
[4:04] <[Saint]> ;)
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[4:04] <abnormal> there is enuf info on web to get you started...
[4:05] <[Saint]> An amp alone isn't going to fix this.
[4:05] <[Saint]> That's a misunderstanding of the issue.
[4:05] <abnormal> well throw out the pi and get a lappy
[4:05] <therion23> that is not the issue either
[4:06] <[Saint]> I...
[4:06] <therion23> my question was simply if said device works on raspbian or arch
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[4:11] <abnormal> on the asus?
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[4:11] <hosler> anyone running the gentoo on the pi?
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[4:12] <hosler> im using distcc to speed up emerge, but it's still super slow
[4:12] <hosler> looks like the pi is deciding to do the conftest.c stuff on itself instead of the build server
[4:12] <therion23> yes, the Asus
[4:13] <hosler> is there a way to get the build server to do everything?
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[4:13] <abnormal> are you hard wiring the Asus to the pi???
[4:14] <therion23> nono, it is an USB sound device
[4:15] <abnormal> ok what model is it?
[4:15] <therion23> it is called Xonar U3
[4:15] <therion23> about the size of a memory stick, two small speakers on it, audio in and out
[4:16] <abnormal> ok I see it now... neat...
[4:16] <abnormal> best person to ask is lost_soul
[4:16] <therion23> yeah it is really cute .. and as said, from what i could google my way to, the DAC is a Roland
[4:17] <therion23> so in theory it is the best sound you can get out of a pi
[4:17] <abnormal> so what does that tell you about the Roland?
[4:17] <therion23> whether it works in practice is the base of my question :)
[4:18] <therion23> well, Roland are pretty well known for making the highest quality DAC's around, which is why Creative bought them out ages ago
[4:18] <abnormal> I c... cool
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[4:19] <abnormal> well I dunno about the sound system in pi, but the best person to ask is lost_soul
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[4:20] <abnormal> too late, lost_soul is quitting for the nite
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[4:21] <therion23> hehe, it is Sat night prime party time his timezone so i cannot blame him for not being here
[4:23] <abnormal> well what were you looking for about the U3?
[4:23] <therion23> simply pi compatibility
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[4:23] <therion23> as said, i googled for it for about half an hour last night, and i found a lot of people using it but also a lot of people asking how they got it to work, and not a single answer to that
[4:23] <abnormal> ok just a min...
[4:24] <therion23> so i figured i would ask before tossing 35 Euro towards something that might not suit its purpose
[4:27] <abnormal> ok, in raspberrypi.org go to forums and key in asus xonar U3 in the search slot on upper right and it will take you to two comments....
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[4:29] <therion23> yup, and neither show how to actually get it working .. read both last night :)
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[4:30] <abnormal> oh well.. that's the best I can do for you... otherwise ask lost_soul
[4:31] <therion23> much appreciated!
[4:31] <abnormal> maybe ask shiftplusone
[4:31] <therion23> i shall try to catch him tomorrow
[4:32] <abnormal> cos shiftplusone is quite a guru in the pi's
[4:32] <therion23> hehe, plus he has a nice sense of humor
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[4:33] <abnormal> yeh tried to get him to change his nick, shiftminustwoplusone....
[4:34] <abnormal> or shifttwominusone
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[4:41] <abnormal> therion23, have you looked at the adafruit.com item 1151?
[4:43] <therion23> the VGA adapter?
[4:44] <abnormal> yes, with audio
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[4:45] <therion23> ah that is really a long time needed item
[4:46] <abnormal> ok look at item 1475
[4:47] <therion23> Deltaco over here make similar ones to that
[4:47] <therion23> twice the price but more features like mute buttons and so on
[4:48] <therion23> this one: http://www.webhallen.com/dk-da/computerkomponenter/136088-deltaco_usb-ljudkort_2x35mm_hona_mic-horlur_volym
[4:49] <therion23> i know the pi supports that one but when i saw the Roland chipped one i was way more interested cos i know the quality of their sound is amazing
[4:49] <abnormal> ahh that's a neat little one... I like that one...
[4:50] <therion23> and btw, if anyone here are in Denmark, that site above has 20% off all stocked pi gear right now
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[4:50] <abnormal> me far from denmark, lol I'm in USA
[4:50] <therion23> which is not much more than boards and cases but they are still the cheapest domestic retailer
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[4:52] <therion23> it is still cheaper than mail ordering from the UK, unlike most resellers here
[4:53] <abnormal> well can you travel to netherland?
[4:53] <therion23> yeah that is pretty close, i guess about 5-6 hours by train
[4:54] <abnormal> ok get on there and go look for a place and buy one there...
[4:54] <abnormal> it'll give you a break anyways....
[4:55] <therion23> haha, i do actually need a vacation soon
[4:55] <therion23> there is also a really good retailer in Malmö in Sweden who has pi and arduino gear at really fair prices
[4:55] <abnormal> do you have farnell outlet there?
[4:56] <therion23> no, we do have RS but they no longer sell to private customers
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[4:56] <abnormal> bomb them now
[4:57] <therion23> actually, we kindasorta have Farnell, not as a place you can actually visit, i think it is just one guy running the local translated web site
[4:57] <abnormal> you have newark.com or element14?
[4:57] <therion23> neither
[4:57] <abnormal> no electronics store at all?
[4:57] <therion23> the local electronic components outlet here is called Elextra and they double the prices on everything imported
[4:58] <therion23> so a pi goes for $70 there
[4:58] <abnormal> bomb them now
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[4:59] <therion23> i can actually save quite a bit by buying two train tickets and shopping electronics in Malmö
[4:59] <abnormal> go see Eben and tell him what his country is treating its own ppl, now...
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[5:01] <abnormal> I ordered a Candomfoss case from Element14 and it came directly from UK... took two weeks
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[5:02] <therion23> RS won't let me order from the UK, they redirect me to the domestic site which as said does not sell to end customers
[5:03] <abnormal> what is RS??
[5:03] <abnormal> Radio Shack?
[5:03] <therion23> RS is one of the two official pi resellers in Europe
[5:03] <therion23> no, not Radio Shack
[5:03] <therion23> they used to be called Radiometer and RadioParts here
[5:05] <abnormal> well like I said look for Eben Upton and plan a visit with him and tell him how his own country is treating its ppl....
[5:05] <therion23> "RS Components, commonly known as RS, is a global industrial component distributor whose headquarters are based in Corby in the United Kingdom. It distributes to the United Kingdom, most of Europe and Asia and is part of the Electrocomponents group."
[5:05] <therion23> them guys
[5:05] <abnormal> that sounds pretty fishy to me....
[5:06] <therion23> they were awesome when they had the back door where you could walk in and buy stuff
[5:07] <therion23> now you have to have a registered company certificate and whatnot
[5:07] <abnormal> so it is socialism kind of life there?
[5:07] <therion23> it used to be, now it is mostly a mess
[5:08] <abnormal> well it usually costs me about 15 dollars usd, for shipping in usa
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[5:09] <therion23> dealextreme are great but they have like 30 days delivery to here so if you need something right here and right now they are not the guys to order from
[5:10] <therion23> cheap junk from Hong Kong <3
[5:11] <abnormal> hmmm.. wish i cud help... put a package on a flight and you pick it up?
[5:12] <abnormal> prolly have to go thru customs...
[5:12] <therion23> or maybe just go see Hong Kong one day
[5:12] <therion23> and return with a sports bag full of cool electronic junk
[5:12] <abnormal> yeah or Korea where they have the Odroid U3
[5:13] <therion23> oh those look great
[5:14] <therion23> i heard they started shipping new models earlier this month
[5:14] <kd7jwc> has anyone used the dvmega board with the pi b or b+
[5:14] <abnormal> ok now, do you know of pi gatherings in UK???
[5:15] <abnormal> what about egoman.com?
[5:16] <therion23> tried hackerspaces.org ?
[5:16] <therion23> the two i know of here in Copenhagen are very pi-centric
[5:17] <abnormal> so? go there and find some sellers to buy from them...
[5:19] <therion23> nah, i like Malmö, apart from cheap electronics they have tons of nice coffee places :)
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[5:20] <abnormal> so you can't order from RS?
[5:20] <abnormal> the site I brought up is RS Components
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[5:21] <abnormal> from the rpi site....
[5:21] <therion23> same guys, and no, i cannot :(
[5:21] <abnormal> what is up with that? man, that's SICK!!!
[5:22] <therion23> mhm
[5:22] <abnormal> well pack up and move to US...
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[17:03] <MY123> Is Bash setted up by default in Raspbian?
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[17:09] <MY123> *or dash as the system shell?
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[17:28] <Anon1337_> Hi, this might be a bit OT, but some forum posts claims that ARM can never achieve full 1GB/s LAN speed (only about 400Mbps). Is that right or is it only something special for Freescale i.MX6?
[17:29] <SpeedEvil> It's flat-out ridiculous
[17:29] <SpeedEvil> Mayit be true on certain platforms - sure
[17:30] <SpeedEvil> There are, for example, SATA ARM chips that do flat-out SATA rates.
[17:30] <SpeedEvil> It's just none of the data goes throughthe processor core
[17:30] <Sonny_Jim> Yeah, seems a silly thing to say
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[17:32] <MY123> Sonny_Jim: The AMD Opteron A1100 acheives more than 30GB/s
[17:32] <MY123> (and is ARM)
[17:32] <mgottschlag> yeah, those limitations are there because the ethernet controller is placed on a specific slow bus
[17:32] <mgottschlag> it does not have anything to do with data being processed by the CPU though, it is just a bus speed limitation
[17:33] <MY123> mgottschlag: but there is fast ARM SoCs
[17:33] <mgottschlag> I am talking about Freescale i.MX6 and similar
[17:33] <MY123> (AMD and Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd.)
[17:33] <mgottschlag> and the artificial limitations they have
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[17:34] <mgottschlag> even the i.MX 6 has a faster pcie bus which is attached to a different internal bus, attaching a gbit ethernet controller to that one probablly would yield full gbit ethernet speeds
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[17:37] <Shapeshifter> Hi. If I want to control a PWM-capabale 12V fan, do I basically just connect an external 12V power supply to the fan and wire a GPIO PWM pin to the PWM INPUT cable of the fan and that's it?
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[17:38] <Anon1337_> So the limitation is there? I ask because right now one of my Rpis is acting as a firewall but I want to switch to 100Mbps connection soon and RPI just can't pull so much (not to mention the need of USB dongle). So I'm looking for something like Mirabox ( 1.2Ghz Marvell Armada 370) or Utilite ( 1.2Ghz Marvell Armada 370)
[17:39] <mgottschlag> marvell armada 370 is a completely different beast
[17:39] <mgottschlag> I have one of these in a NAS here and it is easily able to saturate gbit ethernet, it just lacks the CPU for anything but I/O bound tasks :)
[17:39] <mgottschlag> but should work fine as a firewall
[17:40] <MY123> Anon1337_: Wait a few months for the commercial release of the AMD Opteron A1100.
[17:40] <MY123> (if it's a web server)
[17:40] <mgottschlag> MY123: that CPU would be totally overpowered
[17:40] <SpeedEvil> Anon1337_: the pi is especially constrained by having all of the things on a slow external USB bus
[17:40] <MY123> mgottschlag: At 80$
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[17:40] <MY123> ( cheaper than a ODROID)
[17:41] <mgottschlag> how much does the whole system cost?
[17:41] <mgottschlag> these are server CPUs, so the hardware will be comparably expensive
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[17:42] <mgottschlag> for a 100Mbit firewall, a lot less performance is required
[17:42] <MY123> Anon1337_: Cisco?
[17:42] <MY123> (company-class HW)
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[17:43] <MY123> mgottschlag: I'm always oversizing my HW.
[17:43] <mgottschlag> if I understood this correctly, the system was for home use, where the requirements are completely different from usual professional networking use.
[17:43] <mgottschlag> a good engineer never oversizes unless there are good reasons to do so :p
[17:44] <mgottschlag> (except the usual safety margin)
[17:44] <mgottschlag> *except for
[17:44] <MY123> mgottschlag: Because I use Active Directory
[17:44] <MY123> ( with Samba )
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[17:45] <MY123> Basically, my router is also an LDAP and AD server.
[17:45] <MY123> (I have 3 PCs)
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[18:03] <e^ipi> has anyone actually managed to get the htu21d humidity sensor to work with i2c commands? the python lib uses ioctls which is kinna cheezy on the one hand and slow on the other
[18:03] <e^ipi> i’m trying to use node-i2c which is just… coffeescript… awfulness
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[18:05] <MY123> e^ipi: Use UTF-8 please
[18:05] * Sonny_Jim shrugs
[18:05] <e^ipi> pardon?
[18:05] <Sonny_Jim> Looks fine to me through irssi/putty
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[18:05] <Sonny_Jim> The 3 little dots on "just coffeescript"
[18:06] <hosler> anyone running gentoo or any other source based distro on their pi?
[18:06] <MY123> Sonny_Jim: Is displaying i’m for I'm here
[18:07] <Sonny_Jim> hosler: Ooh, that sounds like torture
[18:07] <hosler> Sonny_Jim: it kinda is
[18:07] <e^ipi> I should just be sending ascii no?
[18:07] <Sonny_Jim> tbh I can't see the point in running source-based distros, and I'm an ex-gentoo user
[18:07] <hosler> Sonny_Jim: i just like gentoo :p
[18:07] <MY123> hosler: I'm working on an OpenCL C compiler
[18:07] <therion23> i used freebsd for aeons and there is simply no way i am going to run it on a pi
[18:08] <MY123> which runs on GPUs.
[18:08] <Sonny_Jim> Yeah, I used to like it, then I gave up and admitted to myself that running binaries isn't that bad
[18:08] <MY123> therion23: FreeBSD runs on a Pi
[18:08] <hosler> well i have crossdev running, so mostly everything gets compiled on my build server
[18:08] <therion23> make world && echo HAPPY NEW YEAR!
[18:08] <MY123> (VERY well)
[18:08] <Sonny_Jim> lol
[18:08] <mgottschlag> isn't "i’m" actually the more correct typography?
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[18:08] <hosler> MY123: sounds cool
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[18:09] <therion23> MY123, FreeBSD runs very well on everything :)
[18:09] <MY123> hosler: Pi support is merged for mainline since 10.0
[18:09] <hosler> so no one else here runs cross dev?
[18:09] <MY123> (FreeBSD)
[18:09] <e^ipi> do all the gpio / 1wire / etc functions work as well in freebsd?
[18:09] <hosler> MY123: yeah i read about it
[18:09] <therion23> but still, the thought of compiling everything on a pi using an SD card as storage sounds like unnecessary masochism
[18:09] <hosler> therion23: the idea is to compile on a different computer
[18:10] <hosler> then send over to pi
[18:10] <therion23> that is cheating!
[18:10] <hosler> no
[18:10] <therion23> grin
[18:10] <hosler> thats smart
[18:10] <e^ipi> therion23: sounds like a great way to discover what the read/write/update cycle lifespan of a cheap sd card is :)
[18:10] <MY123> e^pi: Not 1-wire
[18:10] <SpeedEvil> I prefer 0.9 wire.
[18:10] <MY123> (but that is bit-banged under GNU/Linux)
[18:10] <SpeedEvil> It works with some gaps in the cable
[18:10] <therion23> e^ipi, if you rebuild the entire freebsd or gentoo, i am sure it gets decimated, old Roman legion style :)
[18:11] <e^ipi> hosler: that’s basically what debian is, except the “different computer” is the debian build boxes, and “send over” is over the internet
[18:11] <hosler> e^ipi: sounds like jolly great fun
[18:11] <MY123> therion23: A cluster of 100Pis running distcc
[18:12] <hosler> the problem is distcc slows down crossdev
[18:12] <hosler> no big speed increase
[18:13] <hosler> i just want to get a pi emaulator and build my system in chroot environment. then stick it back into my pi and have it work fine.
[18:13] <therion23> i read an interview with one of the ARM responsible guys for OpenBSD
[18:13] <MY123> hosler: I'm currently working on a C compiler which runs on the VPU( aka GPU)
[18:13] <MY123> in a Pi
[18:13] <therion23> his answer to a possible pi port was "why bother? it is just a trend, it will pass over"
[18:13] <hosler> MY123: yeah you said that
[18:13] <MY123> hosler: It currently builds CP/M binairies
[18:13] <hosler> nice
[18:14] <therion23> MY123, my pi runs CP/M in a terminal :)
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[18:21] <abnormal> wow that's an oldie OS
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[18:21] <Sonny_Jim> You can run all kinds of crazy old OS's with MESS
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[18:22] <abnormal> therion23, I emailed Liz Upton about the sales of pi's in UK... waiting for her reply...
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[18:24] <lost_soul> you'ld stand a better chance of seeing NetBSD ported to work on the pi
[18:24] <lost_soul> I asked some of the OBSD devs about it like two years ago and even then they weren't open to considering it.
[18:24] <therion23> er, netbsd runs on the pi already .. for the past year or so
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[18:25] <theRealGent> hello all. Does the RPI handle both NTSC and PAL?
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[18:25] <lost_soul> That doesn't surprise me, they port NetBSD to just about everything.
[18:25] <theRealGent> If I plug in my xbmc pi into a PAL tv, should it work perfectly?
[18:25] <therion23> yeah hehe
[18:25] <therion23> remember their old slogan?
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[18:25] <therion23> "it runs on your toaster and just about everything else"
[18:26] <lost_soul> yea, I have some pictures of the toaster project somewhere around here
[18:26] <theRealGent> why is net_bsd such a common OS to port instead of linux?
[18:26] <Sonny_Jim> theRealGent: I believe you can set the video output mode in config.txt
[18:26] <therion23> most likely because it is easy to port
[18:26] <Sonny_Jim> You are talking about composite, right?
[18:26] <theRealGent> Sonny_Jim: HDMI
[18:26] <Sonny_Jim> Then it doesn't matter
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[18:27] <Sonny_Jim> AFAIK, HDMI has nothing to do with PAL/NTSC
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[18:31] <MY123> lost_soul: NetBSD works on a Pi
[18:32] <lost_soul> MY123: yea, therion23 already mentioned that. Thanks m8.
[18:32] <therion23> there are nightly builds on nyftp
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[18:32] <therion23> one sec
[18:32] <MY123> therion23: I built mine from source
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[18:33] <therion23> look at http://nyftp.netbsd.org/pub/NetBSD-daily/HEAD/ in (latest date)/evbarm-earmhf/binary/gzimg/
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[18:40] <MY123> I opened Mathematica. How to use it?
[18:40] <MY123> (with SSH&X11 forwarding)
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[18:44] <gordonDrogon> Shapeshifter, did you get an answer to your fan issue? (I'd say 'no' mysef)
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[19:05] <lost_soul> gordonDrogon: do you have any experience or happen to know if the UHF addon board on http://www.dvmega.auria.nl/ will work with the model B+. Apparently the GPIO pins it uses haven't been moved on the B+ so I would assume it does. I had a friend of mine come in and ask but you weren't around at the time.
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[19:07] <gordonDrogon> lost_soul, there are no real details, however the first 26 pins on the B+ are identical to those on the B.
[19:07] <gordonDrogon> lost_soul, the only reason it might not work is if it has "pogo pins" to connect to the extra 4 GPIOs on the B.
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[19:09] <lost_soul> gordonDrogon: I will relay the message, thank you! It's appreciated.
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[19:18] <Mr_Sheesh> Is there a thorough RaspPi hardware test program out there? (Wondering for when getting used hardware, mainly)
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[19:21] <mgottschlag> hm, if I have a GPL3 kernel module, it still is only allowed to use those kernel symbols explicitly not marked as GPL kernel symbols, right?
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[19:23] <gordonDrogon> Mr_Sheesh, there is a user-land memtest and the wiringPi gpio thing has a 'pintest' program - however pintest is currently broken (fix will be pushed tomorrow though)
[19:24] <Mr_Sheesh> memtest helps, pintest helps, but thats not testing everything, I have more to learn to do what I'm thinking of tho. TY :)
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[19:25] <gordonDrogon> I think that if it boots then there is a good change it's working ...
[19:28] <Mr_Sheesh> Good point. I just want to know, I've seen old hardware where someone "sold me their problem" before
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[19:30] <Wryness> does a raspberry pi also have flashing LEDs for power, ethernet connection etc, like a banana pi?
[19:31] <`Nef> yes
[19:31] <`Nef> Wryness, you have a banana pi?
[19:31] <Wryness> yes
[19:31] <`Nef> where did you get it shipped from?
[19:31] <gordonDrogon> If the power LED flashes then the voltage is too low...
[19:31] <Wryness> uhm, I dunno, bought it at amazon Germany
[19:32] <Wryness> actually its not the power LED that flashes but a green one next to it
[19:32] <gordonDrogon> the green LED on the Pi is the 'ACT' led - it can be controlled in software but acts as the SD card activity LED normally.
[19:33] <Wryness> that makes sense because the SD card is usually active a lot on mine (downloading things)
[19:33] <Wryness> 'Nef: why do you ask where I got it shipped from?
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[19:34] <`Nef> Wryness, because when I last looked, I could only find units that were shipped from china
[19:34] <`Nef> well
[19:34] <`Nef> the ones that weren't were too expensive
[19:34] <Wryness> what do you mean by expensive?
[19:34] <oblomov> does anyone here have any experience with the Kano kit and/or Kano OS?
[19:34] <Wryness> mine cost about 70 euro including power cable and SD card with Raspbian on it
[19:35] <`Nef> £50-55
[19:35] <`Nef> compared to the advertised price that it would be £35
[19:35] <`Nef> or so
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[19:39] <Wryness> yeah same goes for Germany, the prices are about 65� here mostly
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[20:12] <Techtony96> Hello everyone. Is there anyone active that could answer a few simple questions from a beginner looking to buy a pi?
[20:12] <Sonny_Jim> Fire away
[20:13] <Techtony96> We are starting a robotics club at school and are interested in using the pi to control our robots. Small ones, maybe a car or small device, and I am not sure which one to buy.
[20:13] <Techtony96> I would also like to use it for dev work afterwards though.
[20:13] <abnormal> try makezine.com
[20:14] <Sonny_Jim> You mean between the B/B+?
[20:14] <Sonny_Jim> Or something else entirely?
[20:14] <Techtony96> Im just not sure which pi to buy. A/B/B+ Are there others?
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[20:15] <Sonny_Jim> Probably the B+
[20:15] <abnormal> also there's a lot of info in the raspberrypi.org site of how to do all the educational stuff, Techtony96
[20:15] <Sonny_Jim> Has more GPIO to use
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[20:17] <Techtony96> I see that the B+ has 40 GPIO pins to use. Do you use those to connect expandable boards on to control things like motors? or, depending on the motor, connect directly to those pins?
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[20:26] <hosler> yeah
[20:27] <abnormal> Techtony96, look it up in makezine.com and raspberrypi.org
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[21:08] <|PiP|> is there a channel for the Beaglebone black?
[21:09] <abnormal> I wish.. maybe in SpotChat server, but dunno...
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[21:20] <shiftplusone> |PiP|, #beagle,#beaglebone
[21:21] <shiftplusone> Hurray for the search function
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[21:26] <abnormal> goodie, ty shiftplusone
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[21:28] <shiftplusone> No worries, traitors =P
[21:29] <abnormal> traitors???
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[21:37] <`Nef> For using beaglebone
[21:37] <`Nef> He was joking
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[21:37] <abnormal> ok
[21:38] <abnormal> I have four pi's tho... so I saw the BBB and bought one, and wished I didn't...
[21:38] <`Nef> lol
[21:39] <Sonny_Jim> How come you don't like it?
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[21:42] <abnormal> it is too difficult to reflash the eeprom and it won't go for me... I wanted to load debian in it to rid of the miserable Angstrom OS
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[21:46] <shiftplusone> http://www.righto.com/2014/09/mining-bitcoin-with-pencil-and-paper.html
[21:46] <shiftplusone> I think this is going to be my response to people wanting to use the pi to 'learn' about bitcoin mining.
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[21:48] <SpeedEvil> If I'd installed the bitcoin cient on my phone, when the client became available after it was ported - and kept it running for 3 months, I would now have around 3 bitcoins.
[21:48] <SpeedEvil> (about the same speed as a pi)
[21:50] <shiftplusone> Aye, but that doesn't really say much.
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[21:50] <cognocev> Get rich or die trying
[21:51] <shiftplusone> bad life advice there
[21:53] <abnormal> don't need to get rich... live simply.... and basic and you'll do just fine
[21:53] <shiftplusone> If the opportunity to get rich presents itself, why not?
[21:53] <e^ipi> “cryptocurrencies: finally a ponzi scheme your grandpa can’t figure out how to join”
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[21:54] <shiftplusone> Technically not a ponzi scheme, but in practice... kind of.
[21:54] <shiftplusone> Whatever it is, it has its uses and it's nice that paypal is starting to support it to.
[21:54] <shiftplusone> *too
[21:55] <`Nef> Nah
[21:55] <`Nef> PayPal <
[21:56] <e^ipi> i actually don’t care so much about the ponzi scheme part of it, people blow their money on stupid crap all the time, i just get tired of the techno libertarian babble from people who both don’t understand the protocol, nor economics
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[22:06] <da3m0n22> hi, any idea what dma specification matches rpi b+ ?
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[22:11] <Sonny_Jim> da3m0n22: Strange question
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[22:17] <abnormal> lol @ ozzzy....
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[22:37] <mchlkf> hey all
[22:37] <mchlkf> quick one... my friend's over with his pi and what I thought was a USB keyboard is in fact PS2
[22:37] <mchlkf> Is it possible I could strip the wires and connect a USB connector?
[22:37] <`Nef> you could ssh in
[22:38] <winlu> mchlkf: no this is not possible
[22:38] <mchlkf> Yeah. Finding a long enough ethernet cable could be even harder though, lol. Also he's only just got Arch installed so not sure if he has SSH access set up
[22:39] <mchlkf> Or if it's enabled by default?
[22:39] <`Nef> I think it defaults to enabled
[22:39] <gordonDrogon> I'm fairly sure Arch doesn't have sshd running by default.
[22:39] <gordonDrogon> just install raspbian...
[22:39] <`Nef> gordonDrogon, how sure?
[22:39] <winlu> sshd is enabled in alarm
[22:40] <HarryMudd> monoprice has a cheap ps/2-to-usb adapter
[22:40] <Sonny_Jim> Which way though?
[22:40] <gordonDrogon> relatively sure.
[22:40] <Sonny_Jim> Usb->PS/2 or PS/2->USB
[22:40] <gordonDrogon> trivial to test though - just put it on the LAN, ping it, then try to ssh into it...
[22:41] <HarryMudd> ps2 keyboard/mouse to usb
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[22:41] <HarryMudd> they have both actually
[22:42] <mchlkf> I'm not being clever here. Can I plug the pi straight into the ethernet on my Mac and network with it that way?
[22:42] <mchlkf> It'd be preferable to trying to connect the thing to my router
[22:42] <HarryMudd> they have an adapter with 2 connectors on one end to plug in ps2 kb and mouse and usb plug on other end to insert into comp
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[22:42] <Sonny_Jim> mchlkf: Sure
[22:42] <`Nef> mchlkf, you can bridge it
[22:42] <mchlkf> How do I go about doing that? D: lol
[22:43] <Sonny_Jim> actually, not so sure how to bridge on Mac
[22:43] <`Nef> ^
[22:43] <`Nef> Me neither
[22:43] <`Nef> lol
[22:43] <mchlkf> haha
[22:43] <mchlkf> okay. i'm gonna go plug into the router i guess
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[22:46] <MentalBananas> Hi all
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[22:47] <MentalBananas> it may be a bit of a long shot, but does anyone know of an rpi case / enclosure / mounting method for a pi to sit inside a standard 5.25 hdd bay?
[22:47] <HarryMudd> i have an old 13-inch tv with component inoputs, so i should be able to use a 3.5mm-to-component adapter use it as a monitor for the B+, correct?
[22:47] <MentalBananas> all the similar prjects i've found online seem to need heavily customised and generally 3D printed parts
[22:47] <gordonDrogon> HarryMudd, yes.
[22:48] <HarryMudd> kewl
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[23:11] <Viperisthebest01> I got a brand new 16gb sd card the other day, Do I need to format before using it for openelec?
[23:12] <shiftplusone> whatever the install instructions say.
[23:12] <abnormal> it would be safer to, but you can use it as is...
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[23:15] <[Saint]> Its in no way safer to.
[23:18] <PhotoJim> no need, the installer will do what it needs to do
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[23:25] <abnormal> if it is done by the win app
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[23:25] <abnormal> if in linux gparted will do it auto...
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[23:46] <hosler> good lord distcc does not speed up anything
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[23:47] <Sonny_Jim> hosler: Set up -j properly?
[23:47] <hosler> -j5
[23:47] <Sonny_Jim> Also depends on how big the source files are
[23:47] <hosler> l1
[23:48] <hosler> this would be way better if i could just chroot into this sd card under a fast system
[23:48] <hosler> build it all
[23:48] <hosler> then put it back into pi
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[23:49] <SpeedEvil> SD cards are horribly, horribly slow at randomaccessusually
[23:51] <hosler> so when this is all done, i want to have a setup where i have multiple screen sessions running different progs. only 1 screen terminal will be shown on the monitor. is there a way i can switch screens with a bluetooth device? i guess i would need to send keyboard commands to the terminal.
[23:52] <Sonny_Jim> Do you mean GNU screen?
[23:52] <hosler> yeah
[23:52] <therion23> SpeedEvil, once you have tried running mysql on a pi, you just know that paint dried hours before
[23:52] <Sonny_Jim> You know you can split screen windows?
[23:52] <Sonny_Jim> try ctrl-a ?
[23:52] <Sonny_Jim> It'll show you the different key commands for screen
[23:52] <hosler> thats not what i want to do
[23:53] <HarryMudd> hey nils_2 thanks for the weechat-devel build, works great
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[23:53] <hosler> i want to switch screens via a usb device (gamepad/wiimote)
[23:53] <hosler> bluetooth usb*
[23:53] <Sonny_Jim> Hmm
[23:54] <Sonny_Jim> Probably possible, how you would do it is beyond me though
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[23:57] <[Saint]> https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/portal-wearable-smartphone-disruptoverload
[23:57] <[Saint]> Oh man.
[23:57] <[Saint]> The stupid is so intense I can taste it.
[23:57] <[Saint]> So much stupid it condensed, and became a physical object.
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