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IRC Log for 2014-10-31

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[0:46] <niston> wtf
[0:46] <niston> http://www.ebay.com/itm/1pc-500W-Warm-White-High-Power-Superbright-LED-Light-Lamps-For-DIY-500Watt-Chip/271650085410?_trksid=p2047675.c100011.m1850&_trkparms=aid%3D222007%26algo%3DSIC.MBE%26ao%3D1%26asc%3D26942%26meid%3Dcb02e5bd8a484635a3d4d2ec086aca1d%26pid%3D100011%26prg%3D11184%26rk%3D1%26rkt%3D10%26sd%3D281425656240
[0:49] <SpeedEvil> Handy
[0:49] <SpeedEvil> I note that that produces as much light as a 70cm or so square window illuminated by the desert sun.
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[1:34] <WilliamUIUC> I'm looking to build a relatively low resolution LED display ~2000 mm x ~200 mm with a pitch between 12 and 20 mm as part of a stage set with a "supercomputer" that looks like a Thinking Machines CM-5. Any suggestions for a vendor for LED panels?
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[1:57] <kd7jwc> i have a pi b+ and have rasbian on it and would like to know what is a good vnc server to put on it for my local network
[1:57] <shiftplusone> they're all the sameish
[1:58] <kd7jwc> since i am new could you give me a name of one to try please
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[2:12] <WilliamUIUC> kd7jwc, tightvncserver
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[2:22] <kd7jwc> thank you
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[3:38] <WACOMalt> Man, I've had no luck todayI completed my awesome build
[3:38] <WACOMalt> and then the LCD ribbon cable gave out
[3:38] <WACOMalt> at least I think that's what happened
[3:40] <WACOMalt> man, where is everybody?
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[3:42] <WACOMalt> Hi Reggie
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[3:50] <shiftplusone> WACOMalt, I think the sane people are sleeping. It's 3AM
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[3:51] <WACOMalt> ah, 10pm here in the US, and only 7pm on the west coast
[3:52] <shiftplusone> It's mostly limeys here.
[3:52] <WACOMalt> surely theres at least a few US piians
[3:52] <argakiig> Sane, you so funny
[3:52] <shiftplusone> And I can say that since they're all sleeping >.>
[3:52] <WACOMalt> heheh
[3:52] <argakiig> its only 8PM
[3:52] <WACOMalt> im trying to find this display; http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00NANNJLQ/ but without the rest of the kit
[3:52] <WACOMalt> cant find it ;/
[3:53] <shiftplusone> sec
[3:53] <WACOMalt> I'm not sure which part broke on mine. Probably the ribbon cable, but maybe the GPIO board or the display assembly itself
[3:54] <shiftplusone> http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/3-5-LCD-Touch-Screen-Display-Monitor-Case-Heatsinks-for-Raspberry-Pi-Model-B-B-/361067498044?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_3&var=&hash=item54114cca3c
[3:54] <WACOMalt> twell, that's cheaper
[3:55] <shiftplusone> I would advise against it though
[3:55] <WACOMalt> but that's the B model, I need B+
[3:55] <WACOMalt> though I think its the same aside from the case, so it may not matter
[3:55] <shiftplusone> there's a dropdown box for b or b+
[3:55] <WACOMalt> ah
[3:55] <WACOMalt> wonder if I could find just the ribbon cable somewhere...
[3:56] <WACOMalt> I wanted to contact the manufacturers, but that looks next to impossible now
[3:56] <WACOMalt> probably some random short run from a chinese factory
[3:57] <WACOMalt> I love a different display but with my space requirements I dont know what other type would work. and this one is 480x320 which is better than most
[3:57] <WACOMalt> *I would love
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[3:58] <WACOMalt> the hole I have to fill is 3-3/8" x 2-1/4"
[3:58] <shiftplusone> Why don't you embiggen your hole?
[3:59] <shiftplusone> Wait... that sounds.... err...
[3:59] <WACOMalt> haha
[3:59] <WACOMalt> well, I could but as it is it's EXACTLY the size of the shiny square area on the top lid of the black balistic case from ModMyPi
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[4:00] <WACOMalt> that's 8.5725cm x 5.715cm for you metric folks
[4:01] <WACOMalt> https://www.modmypi.com/shop/modmypi-model-b-plus-raspberry-pi-case-black
[4:01] <WACOMalt> see that square area
[4:01] <WACOMalt> I cut it out exactly and it 100% matched my display
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[4:02] <WACOMalt> freaking good case btw
[4:02] <shiftplusone> Hm
[4:03] <shiftplusone> Mine are mostly caseless
[4:03] <WACOMalt> I have this case, and that crappy one from the display kit
[4:03] <WACOMalt> which is currently filled with a broken B+
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[4:04] <shiftplusone> I find I take it out of the case too often, so it gets in the way. Although I'm sure there's a cupboard full of pimoroni cases in the office somewhere.
[4:06] <WACOMalt> if I did more wiring to GPIO and stuff I wouldnt use a case. actually that one with the Kit wasnt too bad. the lid hinges open easy
[4:06] <WACOMalt> it was just a pain to assemble
[4:06] <shiftplusone> heh
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[4:29] <WACOMalt> ok, I need someone to help me here...
[4:29] <WACOMalt> I need a replacement ribbon cable
[4:29] <WACOMalt> CNJS E308724
[4:30] <WACOMalt> found it here for $32 :/ http://www.nartik.com/cnjs-e308724-20798-7x92-p-41037.html?osCsid=1rvq69anjcj00m0ddk7i1epha1
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[4:31] <abnormal> just take the one you have and cut it straight then carefully scrape of coating to expose the conductors and plug back in...
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[4:31] <WACOMalt> hmmm good idea
[4:31] <WACOMalt> at least for testing
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[4:31] <WACOMalt> but it's already about as short as it can be
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[4:33] <abnormal> well just clean it up and maybe you could still use it...
[4:33] <WACOMalt> trying now
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[4:35] <WACOMalt> I really dont see any damage to the cable, looking at it via a magnifying glass
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[4:36] <WACOMalt> found the cord for $20 on ebay
[4:36] <WACOMalt> or the whole display kit is $40
[4:36] <WACOMalt> logit tells me a new display ought to only cost $20
[4:36] <WACOMalt> *logic
[4:37] <abnormal> yeah? look in newegg.com?
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[4:37] <WACOMalt> does newegg carry ribbon cables?
[4:37] <WACOMalt> 0 results
[4:38] <abnormal> ok try www.newark.com
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[4:42] <WACOMalt> http://imgur.com/ADSzJN7
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[4:43] <shiftplusone> WACOMalt, ....hang on...
[4:43] <shiftplusone> Ah nope... not the ones I have here
[4:43] <shiftplusone> But digikey should have them
[4:43] <abnormal> yeh, looks ok to me
[4:43] <shiftplusone> Don't try searching for the part number though, look by pitch and number of connectors
[4:43] <shiftplusone> if you need it, I mean.
[4:43] <WACOMalt> how do I know the pitch?
[4:44] <abnormal> kinda long exposed conductors tho...
[4:44] <WACOMalt> it has clear coating above a 1/32" or so
[4:44] <shiftplusone> I think there's a device called a ruler. I'm not sure how it works, but it might help.
[4:44] <abnormal> lol
[4:44] <WACOMalt> well I mean.. what is pitch?
[4:44] <WACOMalt> the width/
[4:45] <WACOMalt> ?
[4:45] <abnormal> yes
[4:45] <WACOMalt> 1/4"
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[4:45] <abnormal> width and space between the conductors
[4:45] <shiftplusone> " The pitch of the connector is the distance from the center of one contact to the center of the next."
[4:45] <WACOMalt> oohh
[4:46] <WACOMalt> my ruler is nowhere near accurate enought o get that :/
[4:46] <shiftplusone> There's a technique called division. =P
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[4:46] <shiftplusone> You measure a larger area, then divide by the number of contacts there
[4:46] <WACOMalt> that'd work without the padding on both sides
[4:46] <shiftplusone> *distance
[4:47] <WACOMalt> but hold up, doing maths
[4:47] <shiftplusone> heh, just ignore it. Measure from the top of the first contact to the top of the last and divide.
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[4:48] <WACOMalt> 1/4 of a 1/32nd lol
[4:48] <WACOMalt> so 1/128"
[4:49] <WACOMalt> man, screw SI
[4:49] <abnormal> well I see 12 conductors
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[4:50] <WACOMalt> somewhere in the ballpark of 0.5mm
[4:51] <abnormal> that small?
[4:51] <abnormal> in the pic looks like an inch wide...
[4:52] <shiftplusone> I'd start here http://www.digikey.co.uk/product-search/en/cables-wires/flat-ribbon-cables/1638574, though I'm a little suspicious of your maths
[4:52] <WACOMalt> the cable is 1/4" wide
[4:52] <abnormal> so you put it under a microscope then took the pic?
[4:53] <WACOMalt> heh
[4:53] <abnormal> lol
[4:53] <WACOMalt> phone, up close
[4:53] <abnormal> nice phone
[4:54] <abnormal> so you can't use that one?.. some times it takes several tries to make them work...
[4:54] <WACOMalt> it was working great, btu since then I have tried everything with it to get it to work
[4:54] <WACOMalt> it IS possible it's not the ribbon cable that is at fault
[4:54] <abnormal> true
[4:55] <WACOMalt> but i figured that'd be the cheapest way to possibly fix it, if it is the issue
[4:55] <Vutral> hm
[4:55] <Vutral> someone got gpio doc?
[4:55] <abnormal> see if some thing else is messed up...
[4:55] <shiftplusone> Vutral, what are you after exactly?
[4:55] <abnormal> yeah www.raspberrypi.org
[4:56] <shiftplusone> WACOMalt, you can also google E308724, which will show BN96-13325G, which is available all over the place.
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[4:57] <abnormal> even in trash cans?
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[4:57] <WACOMalt> I can hope
[4:57] <shiftplusone> especially trash cans
[4:57] <abnormal> or dumpsters
[4:57] <WACOMalt> but those are all very very short
[4:57] <WACOMalt> this one was 4"
[4:57] <abnormal> sO?
[4:58] <WACOMalt> I have to have the length because it routs around batteries
[4:59] <abnormal> need to have a surgeons touch to plug in the cable...
[4:59] <WACOMalt> yeah it's a pain
[4:59] <WACOMalt> it was definitely plugged in correctly though
[4:59] <abnormal> throw out the batteries...
[4:59] <WACOMalt> ...
[4:59] <abnormal> lol
[4:59] <WACOMalt> it's a 12,400mAH battery pack :)
[4:59] <WACOMalt> runs the Pi for a good 10 hours
[4:59] <WACOMalt> if not much more
[5:00] <abnormal> I'd use a car battery
[5:00] <abnormal> last a month
[5:00] <WACOMalt> well, this fits in my hand
[5:01] <WACOMalt> http://imgur.com/TqDFf1A
[5:01] <abnormal> I know... just picking on you...
[5:01] <WACOMalt> this is before I combined them: http://imgur.com/JXjHM7H
[5:02] <abnormal> looks like you have a stack of hard drives...
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[5:03] <WACOMalt> indeed I do
[5:03] <WACOMalt> thats only a few of them
[5:03] <WACOMalt> 21TB total for now
[5:03] <WACOMalt> My work demands a ton of space
[5:03] <WACOMalt> Visual Effects. I work on movies in 4k uncompressed raw film scans
[5:04] <WACOMalt> goodbye storage
[5:04] <abnormal> that's neat.. I like it...
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[5:05] <abnormal> I have 4 pi's and one bbb
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[5:06] <WACOMalt> bbb? beaglebone/
[5:06] <WACOMalt> ?
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[5:07] <abnormal> beaglebone black
[5:08] <WACOMalt> gotcha
[5:09] <WACOMalt> I have 2 pi's, an Arduino Uno and a RFDuino
[5:09] <abnormal> hate Angstrom OS on it tho... just hate it...
[5:09] <WACOMalt> never messed with beaglebone
[5:11] <abnormal> I have arduino uno, basic stamp 2, homework board on top of uno, 2 quickstart bds, lotsa bread boards and junk...
[5:12] <WACOMalt> ok, this looks like the exact cable: http://www.ebay.ie/itm/Samsung-46-LN46D550K1FXZA-CNJS-E308724-AWM-20861-105C-60V-VW-1-Flex-Ribbon-/181480066880?pt=US_TV_Boards_Parts_Components&hash=item2a410e0f40
[5:12] <WACOMalt> has all of the text on it mine does
[5:12] <WACOMalt> but, $20
[5:13] <WACOMalt> also look slike 4x the connectors
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[5:13] <WACOMalt> I think the manufacturers of this board cut their own cables from things like this
[5:15] <abnormal> well get it and be a "happy" man....
[5:15] <WACOMalt> ?
[5:16] <WACOMalt> found one! http://www.ebay.com/itm/Youngshin-S-AWM-20861-60V-105C-VW-1-Laptop-Ribbon-Cable-6-Pin-13-CM-or-5-Long-/181566665056?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item2a46377160
[5:16] <WACOMalt> wooot
[5:16] <WACOMalt> slightly longer too which helps for me
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[5:17] <abnormal> oh, nice, that's a cutesie pie...
[5:20] <WACOMalt> wait shit, that's 6pin
[5:20] <WACOMalt> why do I keep thinking this is 6pin. I need 12
[5:20] <abnormal> with all the money you make, why not just buy an I pod?
[5:20] <WACOMalt> hah
[5:20] <WACOMalt> "all the money I make"
[5:21] <abnormal> correct, you the 12 pin one...
[5:21] <Vutral> someone knows how much i can source from the 5volt?
[5:21] <Vutral> some resistors suffice for level conversion?
[5:23] <abnormal> you mean like a voltage divider?
[5:24] <Vutral> nah
[5:24] <Vutral> just as current limiter
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[5:24] <Vutral> ^^
[5:24] <Vutral> voltage divider limits to the high voltage
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[5:24] <Vutral> ^^
[5:25] <Vutral> no idea if that works
[5:25] <Vutral> well it could
[5:25] <Vutral> no idea
[5:25] <Vutral> ^^
[5:25] <Vutral> could both work
[5:25] <Vutral> ^^
[5:25] <abnormal> what are you trying to do with it?
[5:26] <Vutral> maybe add a small uc and so
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[5:26] <Vutral> if i connect that i dont need to do more level conversion
[5:26] <Vutral> and then i can do whatever
[5:26] <Vutral> thought just sharing ground after conencting logic is even more lazy ^^
[5:26] <niston> sup
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[5:26] <abnormal> how about a DC to DC converter?
[5:27] <abnormal> down
[5:27] <Vutral> makes it complex :D
[5:27] <Vutral> i just got a protoboard ^^
[5:27] <abnormal> I c...
[5:27] <Vutral> permaproto stuff
[5:27] <Vutral> :D
[5:27] <Vutral> it doesnt have so muchs pace
[5:27] <Vutral> well i want to do something useful with it :D
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[5:28] <WACOMalt> Dang, if this had a ribbon cable instead of the board pluggin directly into the Pi, it'd ber a good replacement screen
[5:29] <abnormal> well I use 1, 2 or 3 amp PSUs so I choose which one to limit the current otherwise I'd get one that has current limiter adjustment...
[5:29] <Vutral> hm
[5:30] <Vutral> i wonder how edge triggering on one of the gpios is
[5:30] <Vutral> i could put a pps signal on it
[5:30] <abnormal> radio shack use to sell them pretty cheap.. I bet you could get one on ebay
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[5:31] <abnormal> anything is possible... just don't blow the pi.. he heh
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[5:32] <Vutral> well its a B
[5:32] <Vutral> i guess rev2
[5:32] <Vutral> not sure :D
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[5:32] <Vutral> i could afford a replacement ^^
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[5:33] <WACOMalt> wanna buy me a new screen then? :)
[5:33] <abnormal> lol
[5:34] <WACOMalt> I cant afford this unless I sell some bitcoins
[5:34] <abnormal> xmas?
[5:34] <Vutral> what kind of :D
[5:34] <WACOMalt> sadly only available in a crap kit, but this one: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00LN9MYCO/
[5:34] <Vutral> :D
[5:34] <WACOMalt> you... arent seriously considering are you?
[5:34] <Vutral> not really ^^
[5:34] <WACOMalt> ok good :)
[5:34] <Vutral> do you consider offering yourself on craigslist
[5:34] <Vutral> ^^
[5:34] <Vutral> as slave or so
[5:34] <Vutral> :D
[5:35] <WACOMalt> yeah sure why not
[5:35] <WACOMalt> Raspberry Pi is worth it
[5:35] <Vutral> hell didnt expect that
[5:35] <Vutral> :D
[5:35] <WACOMalt> my bitcoin reserve, which functions as my spending money pool, has been getting low thanks to this rPi
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[5:36] <WACOMalt> thankfully it takes a few steps to spend them on amazon or Id have so much more wasted
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[5:39] <WACOMalt> dangit, every other display module I see plugs directly into the GPIO, which means it has a huge plug on the back. I cant use anyting but this overpriced one I got :/
[5:39] <WACOMalt> unless I want to desolder every lead of that plug and attach a ribbon cable somehow flush to the board
[5:40] <WACOMalt> I guess if I get another riser for this case it would fit in there, maybe
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[5:55] <abnormal> well.. look in the connector and see if any of the spring like conductors are bent out of shape, if so, straighten them...
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[5:57] <WACOMalt> Id need a microscope and some sort of magic science tools to bend those pins
[5:57] <WACOMalt> but no, they all look fine
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[6:02] <abnormal> ok then you just need to repeatedly plug in / out until it works... it's like making them have good connection...
[6:03] <WACOMalt> Im beginning to wonder if the batteries beting wedges in the middle of the screen stuff may have broke a capacitor or something
[6:03] <WACOMalt> I've unplugged and replugged these at least 30 times now
[6:06] <WACOMalt> well, this has been such a waste of time and money. Maybe I'll go back to putting Debian on my OUya
[6:07] <abnormal> ok sorry about that... hopefully you will get your goal soon...
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[6:08] <WACOMalt> I'll reorder this display assembly when I get more money/time
[6:08] <WACOMalt> I mean, I guess this thing is still useful. It's just so nice to be able to just see the display on the device
[6:09] <WACOMalt> not having to run to a monitor to do something to it
[6:09] <WACOMalt> wonder if there's any 800x600 HDMI monitors or something, small little panels
[6:09] <abnormal> look in www.adafruit.com
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[6:09] <WACOMalt> heck, phones have 2560x1440 now on a 4" display
[6:09] <WACOMalt> one of those hooked via HDMI
[6:09] <WACOMalt> mmmm
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[6:10] <WACOMalt> heck maybe I'll just install xrdp and put my phone ont he thing :P
[6:11] <WACOMalt> oh
[6:11] <WACOMalt> thats one question I had
[6:11] <abnormal> lol
[6:11] <WACOMalt> on windows, if I have a VNC server and I connect to it, I am controlling the screen on the current desktop session
[6:11] <WACOMalt> I can watch on the local screen or remote and see the results
[6:11] <WACOMalt> when I connect to VNC on my box, its like a separate session from the one open on the main monitor
[6:11] <abnormal> I can hook my pi to a big TV
[6:12] <WACOMalt> which is useful if you are near a TV :)
[6:12] <abnormal> you can have up to 4 veiws on one pi
[6:12] <abnormal> yup, lol
[6:13] <WACOMalt> by views, do you mean separate desktop sessions?
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[6:13] <abnormal> especially a 32" TV , lol
[6:14] <WACOMalt> basically I need to get remote desktop or VNC working where when I connect, it's to control the already open session that you'd see on HDMI or whatever
[6:14] <WACOMalt> rather than spawning a new session
[6:14] <abnormal> well at bottom of pi's DE you see two blocks, you can switch between them
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[6:14] <WACOMalt> oh, no I dont mean that
[6:14] <abnormal> oh...
[6:14] <WACOMalt> that's just virtual deskops, which I have disabled anyways
[6:14] <abnormal> lol
[6:15] <abnormal> I love them
[6:15] <WACOMalt> basically, you know how you can have your desktop open, but still connect via SSH?
[6:15] <WACOMalt> those are two separate sessions
[6:15] <WACOMalt> now imaging the SSH were another desktop session
[6:15] <WACOMalt> *imagine
[6:15] <abnormal> well get about 20 monitors..
[6:15] <WACOMalt> hah
[6:15] <abnormal> lol
[6:15] <WACOMalt> well, I think you can do like up to 5
[6:15] <WACOMalt> but... they arent connected
[6:15] <dkog> hey WACOMalt did you resolve your LCD issue?
[6:15] <WACOMalt> so one session cant open a window from the other
[6:15] <WACOMalt> dkog, nope :/
[6:15] <WACOMalt> well maybe
[6:16] <WACOMalt> which issue was it? lol
[6:16] <WACOMalt> I got it working perfect (aside from touch)
[6:16] <WACOMalt> then it died
[6:16] <abnormal> tell you the truth, I don't know that much of the stuff you are doing...
[6:16] <WACOMalt> abnormal, that's cool. Good to learn :)
[6:16] <dkog> WACOMalt: there were a few issues :) something about consoles not showing up
[6:16] <abnormal> yup, trying to...
[6:16] <WACOMalt> but with linux you could have someone elsewhere in the world connecting to a remote desktop session that is completely separate form you using the computer at the same time
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[6:17] <WACOMalt> (and you can with windows too)
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[6:17] <WACOMalt> but I dont expect VNC to work like that, since it never did for me, but it is on linux for some reason
[6:18] <WACOMalt> right now I have my Pi connected to a display directly via HDMI, and anotehr display is hooked to windows, running remote desktop, which is also showing the Pi
[6:18] <abnormal> just to use up space on the hard drive, I guess... lol
[6:19] <WACOMalt> but they are not at all related, aside from running on the same system. I cant see windows from the direct session on the remote one or vise versa
[6:19] <WACOMalt> and I want to be able to :(
[6:19] <abnormal> I see.. that's beyond me knowledge...
[6:20] <WACOMalt> ah well
[6:20] <WACOMalt> if I could show you you'd understand imediately
[6:20] <WACOMalt> its just hard to explain
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[6:21] <abnormal> i know.. I get what you trying to do.. but not thourghly...
[6:22] <abnormal> I have to go hit the springs... good nite.. see you tomorrow..
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[6:28] <icecube45> Anyone here running retropi or mame4all-pi?
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[6:30] <lazy_prince> icecube45: i tried it few days back but then i had issues with most of the mame games not able to play.
[6:30] <WACOMalt> Anyone know what display manager raspbian uses?
[6:30] <icecube45> lazy_prince: that's what I'm having issues with
[6:31] <icecube45> I swear the roms I have are the right version (.37 something)
[6:31] <icecube45> But still.. missing files
[6:31] <icecube45> I've only gotten frogger to work..
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[6:32] <lazy_prince> i downloaded roms from ftp://ftp.fixme.ch/free_for_all/MAME%200.151%20ROMs/ but then i have no idea which what version of mame is there in retropie and how to match it with the ROMs
[6:33] <icecube45> Those roms should work with advmame
[6:33] <icecube45> but retropi now uses mame4all-pi
[6:33] <icecube45> by default I think
[6:33] <icecube45> I need to double check that
[6:33] <icecube45> do you have a current retropi setup?
[6:33] <lazy_prince> there is a retropie channel where you can get more help if you wish..
[6:33] <icecube45> There is?
[6:34] <icecube45> #retropi has one dude in it
[6:34] <WACOMalt> woah cool! http://www.linux.com/news/embedded-mobile/mobile-linux/721510-raspberry-pi-gains-graphics-speed-as-wayland-replaces-x
[6:34] <icecube45> oh
[6:34] <icecube45> with an 3..
[6:34] <icecube45> e*
[6:34] <icecube45> 8 dudes..
[6:34] <lazy_prince> but then its not so active i guess.. they are in a different time zone i believe..
[6:34] <icecube45> Damn
[6:35] <icecube45> lazy_prince: do you have a current retropi install?
[6:38] <icecube45> Wait what
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[6:38] <icecube45> now frogger isnt working
[6:38] <icecube45> :(
[6:38] <icecube45> I broke everything...
[6:38] <icecube45> might just start with a new image..
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[6:52] <WACOMalt> booyah got it working via VNC
[6:52] <WACOMalt> now VNC starts on boot, and will connect to the current local session that the Pi is already running
[6:52] <Vialas-mob> hello
[6:52] <Vialas-mob> how are we all?
[6:54] <icecube45> annoyed
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[6:58] <Vialas-mob> oh why is that icecube45 ?
[6:59] <icecube45> Trying to get retropie working
[6:59] <icecube45> mame4all-pi doesn't want to work
[6:59] <Vialas-mob> oh whats that?
[6:59] <Vialas-mob> ohhh the gameing hting
[6:59] <Vialas-mob> thing*
[6:59] <icecube45> yea
[6:59] <icecube45> For my costume tomorrow
[6:59] <Vialas-mob> not working?
[6:59] <icecube45> no :(
[6:59] <icecube45> Rerunning the setup shit, hopefully that will fix it
[7:00] <WACOMalt> I usually just start with a fresh image when things get dicey
[7:00] <icecube45> WACOMalt: I would
[7:00] <icecube45> except the fresh image would have exactly what I am running
[7:00] <icecube45> (sans my retrogame setup)
[7:00] <icecube45> retrogame being a gpio to keyboard input thing
[7:00] <WACOMalt> ah, you havent messed it up, it just comes messed up?
[7:00] <icecube45> No, I think I did
[7:01] <icecube45> but this setup script overwrites everything I fucked up
[7:01] <WACOMalt> well, then a fresh image wouldn't have that mess up :)
[7:01] <WACOMalt> ah
[7:01] <icecube45> like, the fresh image just comes with this setup script
[7:01] <icecube45> So yea
[7:01] <icecube45> should be good after this..
[7:02] <icecube45> it's done.. rebooting
[7:03] <icecube45> Frogger works again
[7:03] <WACOMalt> woot
[7:03] <WACOMalt> so is that a success/
[7:04] <icecube45> eh, soso
[7:04] <WACOMalt> gotta ask, what is your costume to require this? you gonna be BMO ?
[7:04] <icecube45> an arcade machine
[7:04] <WACOMalt> hah, makes sense
[7:04] <icecube45> I've been in a box everyyear for a long time
[7:04] <icecube45> last year I was a toaster
[7:04] <WACOMalt> carrying around a monitor or something?
[7:04] <icecube45> Mini monitor
[7:04] <WACOMalt> sounds like a bit of a pain to wear
[7:04] <WACOMalt> ah
[7:04] <icecube45> I'm used to it
[7:04] <icecube45> 10 years of this will do that
[7:04] <icecube45> :D
[7:05] <WACOMalt> heheh
[7:07] <icecube45> WACOMalt:
[7:07] <WACOMalt> yuppers
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[7:07] <icecube45> can you try finding a mame .36 version of galaga for me?
[7:07] <icecube45> or any game for that matter
[7:07] <icecube45> need to test roms
[7:08] <WACOMalt> Namco Rev. B sound good?
[7:08] <WACOMalt> or Galaga '88
[7:08] <icecube45> wait
[7:08] <icecube45> wait
[7:08] <icecube45> wait
[7:08] <icecube45> I think i have it
[7:08] <icecube45> holy fuck
[7:08] <WACOMalt> haha
[7:08] <icecube45> this might be working
[7:08] <Vialas-mob> language alert
[7:08] <WACOMalt> http://romhustler.net/roms/mame/
[7:08] <icecube45> 1941 counter attack is working
[7:08] <icecube45> and sorry Vialas-mob
[7:08] <icecube45> WACOMalt:
[7:08] <Vialas-mob> lol np
[7:08] <Vialas-mob> i dont mind
[7:08] <icecube45> I previously downloaded a torrent of em
[7:08] <WACOMalt> er shoot I probably cant post that here. many sorries!
[7:08] <Vialas-mob> but there could be kids herre
[7:08] <icecube45> but it didnt work b/c i fucked em all up
[7:08] <Vialas-mob> pi is for kids after all
[7:08] <icecube45> damn
[7:09] <icecube45> language
[7:09] <icecube45> sorry
[7:09] <Vialas-mob> lol
[7:09] <icecube45> too excited
[7:09] <icecube45> give me a game
[7:09] <icecube45> i want to check it
[7:09] <icecube45> like
[7:09] <icecube45> the name
[7:09] <WACOMalt> I PM'd you
[7:09] <WACOMalt> oh uh... any system or MAME only
[7:09] <icecube45> i have over 2000 downloaded
[7:09] <icecube45> i just need an arcade game
[7:09] <icecube45> to test
[7:09] <WACOMalt> Metal Slug
[7:09] <WACOMalt> :)
[7:10] <WACOMalt> that's Neo Geo
[7:10] <icecube45> yea
[7:10] <dkog> GAIN GROUND was the best arcade game ever
[7:10] <WACOMalt> Street fighter 2
[7:10] <Vialas-mob> you like retro games icecube45 ?
[7:10] <WACOMalt> king of fighters
[7:10] <dkog> check it out
[7:10] <icecube45> Yes I do Vialas-mob
[7:10] <WACOMalt> Xmen vs Street fighter
[7:10] <dkog> there is a ROM for it ("Gain Ground")
[7:10] <Vialas-mob> cool cool, i havent used my pi for that reason yet
[7:10] <icecube45> Galaga testing
[7:11] <icecube45> IT WORKS
[7:11] <icecube45> HUZZAH
[7:11] <WACOMalt> grats :)
[7:11] <WACOMalt> if you havent expanded your sd card yet, send me an IMG of your setup
[7:11] <icecube45> I have WACOMalt
[7:11] <WACOMalt> alas
[7:11] <WACOMalt> how big?
[7:11] <icecube45> I can send you the link to my image tho
[7:11] <WACOMalt> my card is 16GB
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[7:11] <icecube45> since its really just a setup script
[7:11] <WACOMalt> gotcha
[7:11] <WACOMalt> sure that'd be cool thanks
[7:12] <WACOMalt> can the Raspberry Pi handle N64 or PS1 very well?
[7:12] <WACOMalt> probably no
[7:12] <icecube45> not very well
[7:12] <icecube45> no
[7:12] <icecube45> http://blog.petrockblock.com/retropie/
[7:12] <icecube45> That's the base
[7:12] <icecube45> http://www.retrobuiltgames.com/porta-pi-arcade-help/porta-pi-software-os-download/
[7:12] <icecube45> I used that
[7:12] <WACOMalt> awesome
[7:12] <WACOMalt> thanks
[7:12] <icecube45> b/c it fixed a keyboard input issue with gpio
[7:13] <WACOMalt> which GPIO setup do you have?
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[7:13] <icecube45> I'm using adafruit's retrogame
[7:13] <icecube45> and just some simple pushbuttons
[7:14] <WACOMalt> cool
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[7:18] <icecube45> :D
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[7:45] <djshotglass> is it normal for powered usb hubs to power the pi though the usb ports by ethernet adapter not the power miniusb
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[7:46] <skyroveRR> djshotglass: you mean using PoE?
[7:46] <icecube45> djshotglass:
[7:46] <icecube45> It happens with powered hubs
[7:46] <icecube45> Not recommended to run the pi off of that though
[7:46] <skyroveRR> icecube45: e said "ethernet adapter", that can mean PoE also.
[7:46] <djshotglass> so still hook up the other wire
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[7:47] <icecube45> skyroveRR, He said by them
[7:47] <icecube45> so, the usb ports
[7:47] <icecube45> Am I right djshotglass?
[7:47] * jeezy_the_great is now known as jeezyz
[7:47] <djshotglass> yes
[7:47] <icecube45> Yea, not recommened to run your pi off of it
[7:48] <icecube45> use the microusb
[7:48] <icecube45> It is normal though
[7:48] <djshotglass> ok ty
[7:48] <icecube45> np
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[7:48] <icecube45> skyroveRR, I wish I had a good enough setup to justify using POE
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[7:55] <skyroveRR> icecube45: yeah, it's amazing.
[7:55] <icecube45> Like, if I had my router in a different room or something..
[7:55] <icecube45> but no
[7:55] <icecube45> right there
[7:55] <icecube45> next to me
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[8:57] <unimatrix9> hello all
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[8:58] <unimatrix9> is there a kind of way to "freeze" or "lock" raspbian , so that on reboot everything is back as it was .. ( public space use ) ?
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[9:07] <dkog> unimatrix9: you can make the file system read-only
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[9:07] <dkog> and put dynamic stuff in tmpfs (ramdisk)
[9:08] <dkog> then you can even pull power on raspi and not worry about SD card corruption
[9:08] <unimatrix9> is there an "how to" somewhere ?
[9:09] <NedScott> http://raspberrypi.stackexchange.com/questions/13401/locking-down-raspbian-to-only-allow-limited-features
[9:10] <NedScott> maybe have some kind of script delete or restore a backup every time the guest account logs out
[9:10] <unimatrix9> yes something like that ..
[9:11] <dkog> search for "read only raspberry pi"
[9:11] <dkog> there are a bunch of guides, most of which are misleading and onlyi partially correct, so if you read them all, you'll have half an idea of how to start :)
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[13:19] <shengtheninja> whoa.
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[13:20] <shengtheninja> i cant unzip raspbian wheezy
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[13:22] <skyroveRR> Whoa. Maybe you downloaded an incomplete file.
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[13:23] <pksato> shengtheninja: error?
[13:23] <shengtheninja> whoa, i used torrent
[13:23] <shengtheninja> ok, let's drop the whoas ;>
[13:23] <skyroveRR> :P
[13:23] <shengtheninja> pksato: xarchiver dies
[13:23] <jeffreylevesque> do ppl use ubuntu instead of raspbian?
[13:24] <shengtheninja> and my session crashes
[13:24] <jeffreylevesque> or, it generally raspbian?
[13:24] <skyroveRR> jeffreylevesque: for which device?
[13:24] <jeffreylevesque> raspberry pi
[13:24] <pksato> try unzip direct on some shell.
[13:24] <shengtheninja> i did
[13:24] <skyroveRR> jeffreylevesque: matter of personal preference.
[13:25] <jeffreylevesque> true.
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[13:25] <jeffreylevesque> which do you use?
[13:25] <pksato> and, have free space to unpack +2GB?
[13:25] <skyroveRR> jeffreylevesque: slackware.
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[13:25] <shengtheninja> shame on me.
[13:25] <shengtheninja> this little box has very little free space
[13:25] <shengtheninja> maybe this is the problem
[13:25] <shengtheninja> gonna check, brb
[13:26] <skyroveRR> ...
[13:26] <skyroveRR> Just run df -h, that will show you the free space.
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[13:27] <shengtheninja> well apparently this is not the problem
[13:27] <skyroveRR> Just tar -xf that tar ball you downloaded.
[13:28] <skyroveRR> No need to run xarchiver.
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[13:28] <shengtheninja> Archive: wheezy-raspbian.zip
[13:28] <shengtheninja> inflating: 2014-09-09-wheezy-raspbian.img
[13:29] <skyroveRR> Hmm.. you ran unzip I guess.
[13:29] <shengtheninja> this is the output of $unzip file.zip
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[13:29] <shengtheninja> yup
[13:29] <skyroveRR> Which host system are you trying to extract on?
[13:29] <shengtheninja> sorry?
[13:30] <skyroveRR> Which OS are you using to extract that zip file?
[13:30] <skyroveRR> OS/distro.
[13:30] <shengtheninja> ah.
[13:30] <shengtheninja> fedora 19
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[13:33] <shengtheninja> ok
[13:33] <shengtheninja> process was just slow
[13:33] <shengtheninja> now it worked
[13:33] <shengtheninja> thank you :)
[13:34] <skyroveRR> It will be, due to the huge size of the compressed file. That's typical.
[13:34] <skyroveRR> shengtheninja: it's usually limited to the r/w speeds of your hard disk, the faster the disk, the faster the process.
[13:34] <shengtheninja> copying to micro sd, first boot in few minutes
[13:34] <shengtheninja> got it :)
[13:35] <skyroveRR> shengtheninja: just as a comparison, on a hard disk, it would take 5 mins, on an SSD, it would take less than a min.
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[14:20] <chris_99> anyone know how i can do this in one line
[14:20] <chris_99> sudo echo none > /sys/class/leds/led0/trigger ;
[14:20] <chris_99> (that gives me -bash: /sys/class/leds/led0/trigger: Permission denied)
[14:20] <chris_99> presumably because of the redirect
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[14:23] <pksato> try sudo (echo none > /sys/class/leds/led0/trigger)
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[14:24] <pksato> or
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[14:24] <pksato> sudo $(echo none > /sys/class/leds/led0/trigger)
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[14:26] <chris_99> got it
[14:26] <chris_99> sudo sh -c 'echo none > /sys/class/leds/led0/trigger; echo 1 > /sys/class/leds/led0/brightness; sleep 1 ; echo 0 > /sys/class/leds/led0/brightness'
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[14:27] <gordonDrogon> you can use the gpio command from wiringPi to control the LED once you've 'none'd it ...
[14:27] <chris_99> i'm just creating a stupid script to do knight rider with my Pis ')
[14:27] <pksato> same effect as using $() .
[14:27] <chris_99> * ;)
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[14:28] <gordonDrogon> chris_99, it's called a "Larson Scanner" ... :-)
[14:28] <pksato> or, put all commands on one shell script file, and call from sudo.
[14:28] <gordonDrogon> (by some, anyway)
[14:29] <chris_99> oh, what's that mean gordonDrogon
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[14:30] <gordonDrogon> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glen_A._Larson
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[14:31] <gordonDrogon> he priduces/wrote Knight rider & Battlestar galactica - both which featured scanning lights ...
[14:31] <chris_99> ah heh
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[14:44] <chris_99> https://gist.github.com/anfractuosity/af60f72f538ed32dfdc5
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[14:53] <gordonDrogon> chris_99, that'll do it, assuming you have passwordless ssh access!
[14:55] <chris_99> i do :)
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[15:00] <jeffreylevesque> i have a wifi dongle for my pi
[15:01] <jeffreylevesque> do i install the software that came with the dongle (adfruit) and install it on my laptop, and have the dongle on the PI (or vice versa)?
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[15:04] <gordonDrogon> plut it into the Pi - it might just work
[15:04] <gordonDrogon> *plug ..
[15:04] <jeffreylevesque> the dongle?
[15:05] <mikroskeem> jeffreylevesque: yes
[15:05] <jeffreylevesque> I also need to connect the pi to my laptop
[15:05] <mikroskeem> jeffreylevesque: why?
[15:05] <jeffreylevesque> i'd like to use the keyboard, mouse, and screen to it
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[15:05] <jeffreylevesque> I want to see what's in it
[15:06] <mikroskeem> you need hdmi or tv-out screen
[15:06] <jeffreylevesque> can't i use an ethernet cord?
[15:06] <mikroskeem> you can, but you need to setup VNC server on Pi
[15:06] <mikroskeem> and it's slow on pi
[15:07] <jeffreylevesque> what's the best way for me to connect to my pi, and view the content on it - wifi, and ssh?
[15:07] <mikroskeem> it's better to use HDMI screen
[15:07] <mikroskeem> at first place
[15:08] <jeffreylevesque> and the keyboard, and mouse?
[15:08] <mikroskeem> yes
[15:08] <Sonny_Jim> Well, just a keyboard will do
[15:08] <jeffreylevesque> my current screen is hdmi, so i need to find an adapter
[15:08] <Sonny_Jim> But it's easier to setup WiFi with the GUI
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[15:09] <jeffreylevesque> so, the CD that comes with the wifi dongle, do i install that on the pi?
[15:09] <mikroskeem> jeffreylevesque: no, that software is for windows
[15:09] <jeffreylevesque> thought so
[15:10] <jeffreylevesque> i installed 'Ra link wireless utility' on my windows
[15:11] <jeffreylevesque> when I click it, the program does nothing on the windows
[15:11] <mikroskeem> jeffreylevesque: what Pi model do you have?
[15:11] <jeffreylevesque> although, there is a process created - it's doing something somewhere
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[15:16] <jeffreylevesque> it looks like the B
[15:16] <jeffreylevesque> i don't think its B+
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[15:49] <omfgtora> Merry Christmas everyone!
[15:50] <MY123> jeffreylevesque: Does it have 4 USB ports?
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[15:50] <jeffreylevesque> it has 2
[15:51] <jeffreylevesque> i'm just not sure if it's raspA, or raspB
[15:51] <jeffreylevesque> under the mounted breadboard, i see it says 2011.12
[15:51] <MY123> jeffreylevesque: A model A has 1 USB port, 2 for a B and 4 for a B+
[15:51] <jeffreylevesque> MY123: thank you
[15:53] <jeffreylevesque> I was thinking of hooking up this pi to an HDMI monitor, and USB keyboard. I will boot it up, and install the proper wifi packages, and either SSH / or Putty. Then, i will be able to connect to it from my laptop, or desktop over wifi - SSH / Putty
[15:53] <jeffreylevesque> sorry about the italics - not sure how that happened
[15:53] <jeffreylevesque> Does my approach seem the best?
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[15:58] <jeffreylevesque> i plugged my HDMI cable from the PI to Monitor
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[16:00] <jeffreylevesque> I need to boot up the PI
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[16:01] <jeffreylevesque> it's all plugged in, and the light on the PI is on
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[16:10] <jeffreylevesque> the monitor is black though.
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[16:30] <GIANT_CRAB> ayylmao
[16:30] <jeffreylevesque> got it connected
[16:30] <Sonny_Jim> Ha, has anyone tried compiling MAME using HW accelerated SDL2?
[16:31] <GIANT_CRAB> this stupid Elec Nano seller on Amazon is starting to seem like a scam. he told me to keep waiting for 1 more week. Purchased the Pi Camera on September 28. Buyer beware
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[16:43] <jeffreylevesque> can I have Ubuntu Server 14.04 (GUI) on a USB flash for my raspberry PI?
[16:44] <Encrypt> It might be heavy I think
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[17:00] <Sneglen> i'm looking for a wireless keyboard&touchpad combo to use with a B or B+ model, and have been looking at the Logitech K400, but it seems people have experienced issues with the combo. Are there any alternatives?
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[17:04] <NedScott> Sneglen: I've never had an issue with my K400 on any of my Pi's
[17:04] <NedScott> I've used it on B rev 1, B rev 2, B+, and ODROID-W
[17:05] <NedScott> with Raspbian, Arch Linux ARM, OpenELEC, etc
[17:08] <Sneglen> NedScott, great! Looking closer, the issues were reported in 2012, and there does not appear to be any newer posts about them since then.
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[17:08] <NedScott> ah, that sounds about right. I think there was a short period of time where the linux kernel had an issue with the driver for the USB receiver
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[17:09] <NedScott> I recall that being an issue on non-Pis at one point, but yeah, it should be all better now
[17:09] <NedScott> so it probably effected anything using linux
[17:10] <Sneglen> you are exactly right, as posted here (https://raspberrypi.stackexchange.com/questions/3404/why-doesnt-my-logitech-k400-keyboard-mouse-always-respond-in-raspbmc), there was a kernel issue
[17:10] <Sneglen> i'm gonna go ahead and grab one thne
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[17:18] <jeffreylevesque> i unplugged the SD card while the pi was plugged in
[17:18] <jeffreylevesque> Now, i get [....] Mounting local filesystems...[ 29.730012] Fat-fs (mmcblk0p1): Volume was not properly unmounted. Some data may be corrupt. Please run fsck.
[17:19] <jeffreylevesque> can i repair this?
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[17:22] <gordonDrogon> yes,
[17:22] <gordonDrogon> but it's not that critical. it's the /boot/ partition.
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[17:22] <jeffreylevesque> is it fairly easy to fix?
[17:22] <gordonDrogon> yes.
[17:22] <jeffreylevesque> how can I go about this?
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[17:23] <gordonDrogon> sudo apt-get install dosfstools
[17:23] <gordonDrogon> sudo umount /boot
[17:23] <jeffreylevesque> do I have to use dsfstools, or is it easier
[17:23] <jeffreylevesque> ok
[17:23] <gordonDrogon> sudo fsck.msdos /boot
[17:23] <gordonDrogon> sudo mount /boot
[17:23] <gordonDrogon> or do these all as root (sudo -i) it will be less typing.
[17:25] <gordonDrogon> but it all probability, it will happen again the next time you power off without halting. it's not that critical. I don't bother on my Pi's and I think most of them are like that.
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[17:28] <jeffreylevesque> thank you. I was able to download the suggested program
[17:29] <jeffreylevesque> when I tried `unmount`, it said the command doesn't exist
[17:29] <gordonDrogon> umount
[17:29] <gordonDrogon> no n
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[17:30] <jeffreylevesque> thank you!
[17:30] <jeffreylevesque> i ran: `sudo umount /boot`, `sudo fasck.msdos /boot`, and `sudo mount /boot`
[17:31] <jeffreylevesque> now i will `sudo reboot`
[17:31] <gordonDrogon> no
[17:31] <gordonDrogon> no need.
[17:31] <jeffreylevesque> ok
[17:31] <gordonDrogon> try dmesg | tail
[17:32] <jeffreylevesque> the last item of the list produced by that command: `[158.817119] FAT-fs (mmcblk0p1): Volume was not properly unmounted. Some data may be corrupted. Please run fsck.`
[17:32] <gordonDrogon> it'll probably tell you it's still bad.
[17:32] <gordonDrogon> yea, there you go.
[17:32] <gordonDrogon> that's why I'm saying it's not that important.
[17:33] <gordonDrogon> even though you fix it, it still says it's bad. that's microsoft for you.
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[17:33] <jeffreylevesque> haha
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[17:35] <jeffreylevesque> gordonDrogon: are we sure it's the /boot, and not another directory?
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[17:55] <gordonDrogon> /dev/mmcblk0p1is the device file name.
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[18:56] <thalos> Today debian recieved a rather large kernel upgrade that addressed several vulnerabilities, does anyone know if the upstream kernel patches has been merged to rasperry pi's kernel?
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[19:13] <gordonDrogon> I don't think the Raspbian kernel matches the Debian kernel in any shape or form at all...
[19:14] <thalos> gordonDrogon: Wow.. what do you base that statement on? :)
[19:15] <gordonDrogon> I'm under the impression that the Pi kernel is more or less a stock kernel with some Pi specific patches.
[19:16] <gordonDrogon> debian kernel 3.2 - Pi kernel 3.12
[19:16] <thalos> gordonDrogon: That's true.. But the Debian kernel is also a stock kernel with some debian specific stuff in it.. The patches to the debian kernel stems from the Linux kernel itself
[19:18] <gordonDrogon> Hm.. well in that case I've no idea.
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[19:30] <shiftplusone> thalos, you can check the commits on github.
[19:31] <jeffreylevesque> i have my pi properly configured so that I can login to it. It's a raspbian distribution. I have a wifi dongle, which I plugged into it. How can I make my raspberry PI wifi enabled?
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[19:31] <jeffreylevesque> I also have a monitor and keyboard attached to it
[19:32] <thalos> shiftplusone: Yes, I know.. I'm looking at them but it's kinda hard to distinguish which commits relates to what bugfix since the commits don't have CVE codes in them. Any tips on how I can figure out what CVE issues are adressed in what commits?
[19:32] <shiftplusone> What's the CVE in question?
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[19:34] <thalos> shiftplusone: Well, these's a bunch of them in the debian security announcment but I guess the most distubing one is CVE-2014-3673 (skbuff bug in the core networking) that could potentially let you crash the kernel remotly ( found by researcher at red hat here: https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1147850)
[19:35] <pksato> https://www.debian.org/security/#DSAS
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[19:36] <pksato> https://lists.debian.org/debian-security-announce/2014/msg00248.html
[19:37] <shiftplusone> seems to be the relevant upstream commit https://git.kernel.org/cgit/linux/kernel/git/torvalds/linux.git/commit/?id=9de7922bc709eee2f609cd01d98aaedc4cf5ea74
[19:38] <thalos> shiftplusone, Yeah, that's the one
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[19:39] <thalos> shiftplusone, So how do I see if this patch has made it into the raspberry pi kernel? (I look at this: https://github.com/raspberrypi/linux/commits/rpi-3.12.y/net/core/skbuff.c but I can't see a reference to the ksbuff bug)
[19:39] <thalos> skbuff*
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[19:40] <shiftplusone> yeah, i just looked at the files which were changed upstream and compared them to the pi ones and their history
[19:40] <shiftplusone> that particular patch doesnt' seem to be there
[19:41] <thalos> shiftplusone: Is that how you must do it? actually download the files and diff them manually and figure it out? :)
[19:41] <shiftplusone> Is it high priority? I could poke Dom, but not sure if it's urgent.
[19:42] <shiftplusone> thalos, I just looked at them on github. no need to download. I'm sure there's a better way than that, but it took 5 seconds anyway.
[19:42] <thalos> shiftplusone: Well.. define urgent? The bug could allow a remote attacker to crash your system :D
[19:42] <shiftplusone> k, brb
[19:43] <gordonDrogon> from what I can see, it'll only crash if you're using SCTP... what uses SCTP?
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[19:45] <thalos> gordonDrogon: Well, I guess it's not used that much, I have no idea. But Murphys law teaches us to be aware of these things :)
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[19:46] <gordonDrogon> indeed.
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[19:47] <thalos> gordonDrogon: I'm the developer of a (very small) project in which I research the use the rpi as a secure firewall/router, so, providing a netowrk-oriented raspberry pi dist it might not hurt to be on the safe side :)
[19:47] <gordonDrogon> I've been using Linux PCs directly connected to the Internet for about 15 years now.
[19:47] <gordonDrogon> the routers feeding into the servers I have hosted are all Linux too.
[19:48] * Matt nods
[19:48] <Matt> I've been running linux firewalls for years
[19:48] <Matt> and I think pretty much most of the consumer routers out there these days run linux too
[19:48] <gordonDrogon> dsr:~$ uptime
[19:48] <gordonDrogon> 18:48:20 up 1209 days, 20:57, 1 user, load average: 0.08, 0.03, 0.05
[19:48] <thalos> gordonDrogon: Nice uptime.. :)
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[19:48] <gordonDrogon> that one's been running for years :)
[19:48] <Matt> I don't see the pi being particularly suited to being a firewall tho
[19:49] <gordonDrogon> it has a cutom kernel with jist what's needed and no more and a good set of firewall rules.
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[19:49] <gordonDrogon> The Pi's bandwidth limited for a firewall to an extent.
[19:49] <Matt> it's network connectivity isn't exactly well known for being speedy :)
[19:49] <shiftplusone> spoke to Dom. We don't cherry-pick commits. When the upstream patches make it to the 3.12 branch, they will be merged in within a few days.
[19:49] <gordonDrogon> well - it'll do > 95Mb/sec on the Ethernet interface.
[19:50] <thalos> Matt, gordonDrogon: I'm just like you guyes.. I always used a computer as a router. This summer my computer serving as a router failed and I started experimenting with using the rpi as a router and it works fairly well.. ofc it's not lighning speed since the ethernet connector shares (is on) the usb bus but it works :)
[19:50] <gordonDrogon> but what happens when you add a 2nd USB ethernet and start routing...
[19:50] <shiftplusone> it'll do line speed assuming you have no other overheads.... you'll have other overheads.
[19:50] <Matt> I just put together a tl-wr1043nd running openwrt for a customer to be a cheap little firewall
[19:50] <Matt> does exactly what I need from it
[19:50] <gordonDrogon> I did consider using one at home, but am hoping for 300Mb Internet at the end of next year, so it's not much worth it.
[19:51] <thalos> shiftplusone: I see, thanks for the info and quick reponse! :)
[19:52] <shiftplusone> You can track the upstream 3.13 branch here https://git.kernel.org/cgit/linux/kernel/git/stable/linux-stable.git/log/?id=refs/tags/v3.12.31
[19:52] <Matt> the openwrt wiki recons the wr1043nd will do 180Mbps WAN-LAN
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[19:52] <Matt> and you can pick em up for like $60
[19:52] <thalos> shiftplusone: Right! thanks
[19:53] <shiftplusone> np
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[19:53] <Matt> MIPS tho, rather than ARM
[19:53] <Matt> I do like MIPS asm...
[19:53] <Matt> although it's been years since I wrote any
[19:54] * shiftplusone spent last night rewriting things in avr asm and unrolling loops >.>
[19:54] <shiftplusone> Hurray for tripled performance.
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[19:56] <thalos> In case you guyes are wondering my setup is a rpi connected to a 802.1q aware switch with DMZ (where my NAS is), LAN, and WiFi tags. So, when stuff goes out on the internet it goes LAN -> switch -> rpi -> switch -> Internet... Same when I stream 1080p video: LAN -> switch -> rpi -> switch -> NAS -> switch -> rpi -> switch -> LAN... And it actually works.. Not very efficient, granted (but that's the problem with all 802.1q setups) but the rpi can actually h
[19:56] <thalos> andle it :)
[19:57] <Matt> 802.1q is plenty efficient
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[19:58] <thalos> Matt: Yes it is.. But I never thought that 802.1q on the rpi, streaming 1080p in that fashion would actually work :)
[20:00] <thalos> But I guess it works kinda well.. The USB 2.0 interface operates at around 280 Mbit/s (if I understand correctly) that's actually plenty to route a home network with :)
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[20:16] <thalos> jeffreylevesque: Try following this guide: http://www.howtogeek.com/167425/how-to-setup-wi-fi-on-your-raspberry-pi-via-the-command-line/
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[20:26] <gordonDrogon> Hm. not a good week for spaceships ...
[20:26] <thalos> gordonDrogon, What now? :D
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[20:28] <gordonDrogon> http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-29857182
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[20:29] <thalos> gordonDrogon Oh, that's not good...
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[20:29] <thalos> Note to self: Hold off on space holiday untill bugs fixed :D
[20:31] <thalos> shiftplusone: I'm looking at this: https://github.com/raspberrypi/linux/commits/rpi-3.12.y Does the latest commit there (Merge remote-tracking branch 'stable/linux-3.12.y' into rpi-3.12.y) mean the source was merged with the official Linux kernel?
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[20:40] <jeffreylevesque> anyone know how i can connect my raspberry pi to a university network?
[20:41] <jeffreylevesque> i think connecting to a wifi router is pretty straight forward from the google results
[20:41] <jeffreylevesque> but connecting to a university network is different, since universities have certificatese
[20:41] <jeffreylevesque> this is in context to a wifi dongle of course
[20:42] <Matt> depends on your uni
[20:42] <pksato> jeffreylevesque: ask TI staff, how connect linux to net. Probable this is university FAQ.
[20:43] <Matt> but if you can connect a linux box it should be pretty much the same
[20:43] <jeffreylevesque> i have connected ubuntu OS
[20:43] <jeffreylevesque> as a GUI
[20:43] <pksato> most university use WPA enterprise.
[20:43] <jeffreylevesque> but raspbian command line is a little different
[20:45] <pksato> jeffreylevesque: http://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/viewtopic.php?f=36&t=44029
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[20:46] <pksato> or, copy wpa_suplicant.conf created by ubuntu.
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[21:01] <jeffreylevesque> the university generates a CA certificate (.cer), and a private key (.p12)
[21:01] <jeffreylevesque> pksato, could i use that?
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[21:36] <FransWillem> Hey, does anyone know if the RPi B+'s offered in AliExpress are legitimate ?
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[21:44] <frib> i'm having running a server client pair (hts/htc) is it possible that there is incompatibility between the two in raspbian repo and ubuntu repo?
[21:44] <frib> having trouble*
[21:50] <esc> how much CPU does htop use on your idle Rpi
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[21:54] <chris_99> FransWillem, how much are they
[21:54] <chris_99> also linky?
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[22:28] <methuzla> I'm using small wifi USB dongles with the RTl8192/8188CUS chipset on several pis
[22:28] <methuzla> I recently updated firmware via rpi-update and noticed a significant increase in speed
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[22:29] <methuzla> wondering why?
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[22:30] <methuzla> ~200KB/s before, up to ~2MB/s now
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[22:37] <biberao2> hi
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[22:38] <biberao2> is it possible to have a rpi stream audio through the normal jack and to wifi speakers'
[22:38] <biberao2> wireless
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[22:40] <linuxgeek> biberao2: thats what i am doing right now
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[22:40] <linuxgeek> :D
[22:40] <biberao2> linuxgeek: ok
[22:40] <biberao2> which setup
[22:40] <biberao2> ?
[22:41] <linuxgeek> biberao2: airplay for now - but it does play other music too - load subsonic and use that
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[22:43] <biberao2> linuxgeek: but which hardware
[22:43] <biberao2> and how do play to 2 different interfaces?
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[22:44] <linuxgeek> i used hdmi to my nakamichi and then the audio is plugged in to a bose set
[22:44] <biberao2> ah?
[22:44] <biberao2> nakamichi?
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[22:44] <biberao2> oh my amplifier
[22:44] <biberao2> doesnt support hdmi
[22:45] <biberao2> im using a jack to the amplifier
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[22:45] <linuxgeek> oh
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[22:47] <biberao2> i want maybe connect the wireless speakers to the usb
[22:47] <biberao2> port
[22:47] <biberao2> of the pi
[22:47] <biberao2> but dont know if i could stream to both places
[22:48] <linuxgeek> arent you better off buying a DAC and connecting it to the pi - you would have dual output then
[22:48] <linuxgeek> and you can play different streams
[22:48] <biberao2> dac might be expensive
[22:48] <linuxgeek> 5- 10 $ super cheap ones can do the job for simple play
[22:49] <biberao2> like
[22:49] <biberao2> i need to connect wireless speakers
[22:49] <biberao2> i dont have the cable for the 100meters away speaker
[22:49] <biberao2> lol
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[22:59] <biberao2> linuxgeek: ideas?
[23:00] <linuxgeek> biberao2 : a little bit busy - ping me in 15 ?
[23:00] <biberao2> ok
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[23:03] <Romeo-> biberao, dosen'd metter how many devices recived the stream
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