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IRC Log for 2014-11-20

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[15:38] * Topic is 'Unofficial RaspberryPi IRC channel but "Blessed" by the Foundation as the ONE channel. Logs @ http://srv.datagutt1.com <> Channel Rules as of 6 May '14: http://tiny.cc/h7za1w <> Getting help on IRC: http://tiny.cc/p9za1w'
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[15:38] <Bilby> whitesn oh no, you're...
[15:38] <Bilby> ... typical?
[15:38] <Bilby> how depressing.
[15:38] <JZA> LOL
[15:38] <whitesn> :[
[15:38] <Bilby> ;)
[15:39] <Bilby> don't worry. I'm a middle class white guy living in the midwest
[15:39] <JZA> why you want this mini computer? Mediacenter? Tor node?
[15:39] <whitesn> bouncers, running scripts, to be determined
[15:39] <Bilby> slightly overweight, wears glasses. could have literally popped out of the "white collar" mold :P
[15:39] <whitesn> but #1 reason is l337
[15:39] <JZA> whitesn: ah ok.
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[15:40] <JZA> then you wont be dissapointed. I mean, there are many projects you can do with Rpi that would work great.
[15:40] <jeffreylevesque> anyone familiar with ZigBee?
[15:40] <JZA> is usually when you already want to do something that you did with a real PC, that you find yourself restricted.
[15:40] <whitesn> i decided to bought cubie
[15:40] <whitesn> and bought it
[15:40] <whitesn> :[
[15:40] <whitesn> probably gonna come in 2-3 days
[15:41] <JZA> well yeah, is fine, I mean you will have bash or openbox or something like that.
[15:41] <whitesn> pretty much yeah
[15:41] <whitesn> what i'm restricted in now is my laptop not gonna run 24/7
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[15:43] <JZA> I am sure, you probably need a usbhub, unless you dont use wifi on the pi
[15:43] <whitesn> i would probably just buy a lan cable
[15:43] <JZA> since the keyboard/wifi fills your slots.
[15:43] <whitesn> and probably not gonna even use keyboard there
[15:43] <whitesn> :P
[15:43] <whitesn> just ssh access i guess?
[15:43] <JZA> yeah, thats fine.
[15:44] <whitesn> gonna go sleep for now
[15:44] <whitesn> thanks for the help though
[15:44] <JZA> I am using it as a media center, so I want my controller on the TV.
[15:44] <JZA> np
[15:44] <whitesn> gonna stay here in the future for more helps
[15:44] <whitesn> :)
[15:44] <Tachyon`> they support HDMI-CEC
[15:44] <Tachyon`> so you can use your tv remote with XBMC
[15:44] <Tachyon`> if your TV supports that
[15:44] <Tachyon`> and your amp doesns't block part of the signal for the hell of it
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[15:45] <JZA> anyone tried google hangout on the Rpi? I know there is a webcam for the py to do videoconferencing.
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[15:45] <JZA> But dont know if Rpi can handle GH. I have a chromebook and does great.
[15:47] <Bilby> uuuh
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[16:05] <stillshi> hi
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[16:05] <stillshi> Hello I just got a raspberry B+ model and get Scratch installed. the sound worked once that never afterwards. any idea to help the trouble shooting?
[16:07] <stillshi> I mean the sprite can say "meow" but i am not sure what i've done. now it won't...
[16:09] <stillshi> i googled and and in the latest version this line is already changed to this: VMOPTIONS="$VMOPTIONS -vm-sound-alsa"
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[16:28] <jeffreylevesque> anyone here have experience with XBee?
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[16:37] <Bilby> jeffreylevesque sorry, nothing personally
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[17:47] <jeffreylevesque> i am not familar with port permission. The current group cannot access the port /dev/ttyAMA0, but the user can
[17:47] <jeffreylevesque> how can i make the group have the same permission as the user
[17:47] <jeffreylevesque> what is the 'c'
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[17:52] <Bilby> jeffreylevesque looks like that port is in the dialout group
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[17:53] <Bilby> maybe do a useradd
[17:53] <J_Darnley> Can someone give me some pointers on diagnosing why a new 3TB hdd only shows 746GiB on my Rasbian install? My initial searches suggest some problem between 32- and 48-bit addressing.
[17:53] <Bilby> sudo useradd -G dialout yourusername
[17:54] <jeffreylevesque> grep 'dialout' /etc/group -. dialout:www-data
[17:55] <jeffreylevesque> if i set the port to have user www-data, i can access the port
[17:55] <jeffreylevesque> *grep 'dialout' /etc/group -> dialout:www-data
[17:56] <jeffreylevesque> ok, it works now
[17:56] <jeffreylevesque> really funky
[17:56] <jeffreylevesque> maybe, it takes a few seconds to process?
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[17:57] <Bilby> ehhh
[17:57] <Bilby> probably better not to ask
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[18:07] <J_Darnley> meh, maybe I'll be back
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[18:32] <plugwash_uni> <J_Darnley> Can someone give me some pointers on diagnosing why a new 3TB hdd only shows 746GiB on my Rasbian install? My initial searches suggest some problem between 32- and 48-bit addressing. <-- looks like he's left but for future reference the problem sounds like a driver bug truncating the size in sectors to 32-bit
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[18:36] <MY123> http://newsbiscuit.com/forum/topic.php?id=83894
[18:36] <MY123> :p
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[19:04] <droid909> hello i have an rpi and i have IR eminitng and receivng diodes, i want to record commands from my remote and use rpi as a remote
[19:04] <droid909> i alson have a breadboard
[19:05] <droid909> so i just install rasbian and LIRC, ... what about the wiring?
[19:07] <droid909> anyone alive?
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[19:09] <Encrypt> droid909, http://www.stavros.io/posts/how-turn-your-raspberry-pi-infrared-remote-control/
[19:09] <Encrypt> http://www.instructables.com/id/How-To-Useemulate-remotes-with-Arduino-and-Raspber/step9/Reading-and-recording-IR-signals-using-Raspi/
[19:09] <Encrypt> :]
[19:13] <droid909> Encrypt: reading something like this, i suck at wirings, i have 4 ir emiting leds that must be controlled separately, and one ir receiver led ...
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[19:14] <droid909> Encrypt: ok, setting up at least one would be cool
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[19:15] <droid909> Encrypt: alien language to me, why didn't he just made a photo of his wirings http://alexba.in/blog/2013/03/09/raspberrypi-ir-schematic-for-lirc/
[19:15] <droid909> would be much easyeer
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[19:17] <droid909> have all kind or resisters here ...
[19:18] <Encrypt> droid909, Eh eh :p
[19:18] <droid909> Encrypt: just taking this photo at the right angle http://alexba.in/images/posts/raspberrypi-ir.jpg
[19:18] <droid909> Encrypt: :D
[19:18] <Encrypt> Well, that's simple
[19:18] <Encrypt> The components are connected thanks to wires
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[19:19] <Encrypt> And on the schematics you see which pins is connected thanks to the wire
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[19:25] <methuzla> droid909 - it might help if you start with a normal (visible) LED to sanity check your wiring and code
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[19:27] <methuzla> that schematic is basically turning the two LEDs on/off via the transistor (P2N2222AG)
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[19:31] <droid909> methuzla: i see
[19:31] <droid909> methuzla: so then i just substitue leds rigth?
[19:31] <droid909> methuzla: to ir leds
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[19:33] <methuzla> well, in the schematic, they already are IR LEds (IR333C)
[19:34] <methuzla> you won't see anything with your eyes from these LEDs
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[19:34] <methuzla> so it might help to swap in some normal LEDs to get a feel for how it all works
[19:35] <methuzla> and just blink them without using LIRC
[19:36] <methuzla> might also be a good idea to add a current limiting resistor in series with the LEDs
[19:36] <droid909> methuzla: http://ozzmaker.com/2013/10/24/how-to-control-the-gpio-on-a-raspberry-pi-with-an-ir-remote/ should be easyer for me, i see the wiring right away
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[19:38] <methuzla> that's an example of driving LEDs directly from the GPIO
[19:39] <methuzla> three different GPIOs, each with a 270ohm current limiting resistor
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[19:39] <methuzla> http://ozzmaker.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/10/IRwiring2.png
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[19:43] <J_Darnley> Can someone help me troubleshoot connecting a 3TB hard disk to my Raspberry Pi? Some tools correctly see all 3000G on the drive but not others.
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[19:48] <methuzla> J_Darnley - maybe more of a #raspbian issue
[19:50] <J_Darnley> Should I head there and ask again?
[19:50] <J_Darnley> I am running rasbian
[19:51] <methuzla> worth a try
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[19:56] <droid909> methuzla: thanks, do you think the image you sent me, is this where the RPI has ad SD card slot or upside down?
[19:57] <droid909> 2http://ozzmaker.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/10/IRwiring2.png
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[19:58] <CoJaBo> ?
[19:59] <CoJaBo> J_Darnley: Some tools only support up to 2TB
[19:59] <methuzla> not sure i follow you. pins are labeled in the image.
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[20:01] <J_Darnley> CoJaBo: I have seen that and I should have said that only 746G are seen by most tools.
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[20:01] <J_Darnley> I have read that is is because somethings truncate 48-bitaddressing to 32-bit
[20:01] <CoJaBo> J_Darnley: That's.. odd; usually they just either fail or stop at 2TB, but eratic behaviour might be possible.
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[20:02] <CoJaBo> The usual cause is the MBR limit; the other issues are generally BIOS-related (and the pi doesn't have a BIOS)
[20:02] <J_Darnley> Yes. Most things I have read are outdated and about a Windows PC.
[20:02] <CoJaBo> If the tools don't support GPT, or the disk somehow isn't GPT-partitioned, Weird Things can happen..
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[20:04] <J_Darnley> On my desktop I have used gdisk to create the GPT label and mkfs.ext4 to create the filesystem. Both of which appeared to work.
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[20:04] <gordonDrogon> gdisk is the utility you might want to use to create a GPT partition on it.
[20:04] <J_Darnley> ... what did I just say?
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[20:05] <gordonDrogon> :)
[20:05] <CoJaBo> What tools are failing then exactly? maybe there's a bug in the ARM port or something..
[20:06] <J_Darnley> lsblk and parted
[20:07] <J_Darnley> hdparm lists the size correctly
[20:08] <J_Darnley> And the partition is not listed in /dev
[20:08] <gordonDrogon> try unplugging it & plugging it back in, then check /proc/partitions
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[20:09] <J_Darnley> What do you mean by "check"?
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[20:10] <J_Darnley> cat it?
[20:10] <CoJaBo> ls if it's a dir, cat if a file
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[20:11] <J_Darnley> It only lists sda
[20:11] <J_Darnley> no sda1
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[21:32] <droid909> methuzla: i was able to complete this tutorial, i now have 3 leds that can be switched off or on, now i need to substitute this leds with my ir emiters ...
[21:34] <droid909> methuzla: i substituted one, and i see it swithing on and off using my ipad camera
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[21:43] <droid909> guyz how do i issue ir commands using thit exact tutorial but i have now ir leds intead of this red ones http://ozzmaker.com/2013/10/24/how-to-control-the-gpio-on-a-raspberry-pi-with-an-ir-remote/
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[21:51] <divx118> droid909 I suppose you want to control some devices with your ir leds, I suggest to follow http://alexba.in/blog/2013/01/06/setting-up-lirc-on-the-raspberrypi/ Works perfect for me.
[21:52] <droid909> divx118: do i need something besides resistors RPI and ir leds?
[21:52] <divx118> ir led is best driven by a transistor instead of straight from the gpio pins.
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[21:53] <droid909> divx118: will it work without transistor
[21:53] <droid909> divx118: ?
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[21:55] <divx118> It can, but you won't have much range. Just be sure you don't draw too much power from the pins or you will damage them.
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[21:57] <droid909> divx118: in my box i found this transistor http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2N2222
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[21:58] <droid909> divx118: is it the same?
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[21:59] <divx118> Yep that will do. I use myself a bc547.
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[22:03] <droid909> divx118: i followed the 3 led tutorial easy, 'cause he had wiring that was depicted in a way anyone could understand, but with this tutorial, it is hard to tell by this schema http://alexba.in/blog/2013/03/09/raspberrypi-ir-schematic-for-lirc/ ... if only he did a better photo .., well, will try by photo and the schema ...
[22:06] <divx118> droid909 Just follow the schematic. It is real easy. What don't you understand from it?
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[22:18] <droid909> divx118: where the green wire comes from? http://alexba.in/images/posts/raspberrypi-ir.jpg
[22:18] <droid909> divx118: the one the enters to left leg of the transistor
[22:19] <Bilby> droid909 it goes to ground
[22:19] <droid909> Bilby: i can use any ground pin?
[22:19] <Bilby> most transistors are ground-sync, and judging by the photo that leg goes to ground
[22:19] <Bilby> any ground point, you don't have to use pins on the pi.
[22:20] <droid909> Bilby: all ground can be on one wire and go to one rpi ground pin?
[22:21] <Bilby> well, it should go to battery ground or power supply ground really
[22:21] <Bilby> you can use a pin on the pi if that's the only way to it
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[22:25] <divx118> droid909 I use the 5V and ground from the pi to drive the ir leds.
[22:27] <droid909> divx118: he said he uses 'yamaha' config he created, but there is not a word about this config, where do you set a name ?
[22:28] <divx118> droid909 You can do that in the config file.
[22:29] <droid909> my config is started with
[22:29] <droid909> begin remote
[22:29] <droid909> name ...
[22:29] <droid909> bits 16
[22:29] <droid909> name is a path ...
[22:30] <droid909> yup this is it
[22:30] <divx118> Yep change the name "name /home/pi/lircd.conf" to "name WhatEverYouWant"
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[22:31] <droid909> and i guess my wiring is wrong
[22:31] <droid909> i don't see my led turning on in my ipad camera ...
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[22:32] <divx118> I think you switched the emiter and collector. He uses a p2n2222 and you have a 2n2222 pinout is different.
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[22:33] <divx118> See the picture on the right http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2N2222
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[22:46] <droid909> divx118: can you make a photo from top of your wirings?
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[22:49] <divx118> Not right now, I am not near my rpi. I also have a slightly different setup. Also it is much better to follow the schematic. http://alexba.in/blog/2013/03/09/raspberrypi-ir-schematic-for-lirc/
[22:50] <droid909> divx118: yup, if only i could understand it
[22:51] <divx118> You can make out the parts in the schematic? What the transistor is, ir leds ...
[22:52] <droid909> divx118: how to put actual wire is what confuses me
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[22:53] <droid909> divx118: and why he has 2 leds in the schematic?
[22:53] <divx118> You will have some more range.
[22:53] <droid909> ahh, i just didn't see it on the photo
[22:54] <divx118> If you don't use two leds you will need an extra resistor in series with the one ir led to control the current.
[22:54] <droid909> divx118: could this be a reason of my led not working?
[22:54] <droid909> divx118: 1 led instead of 2
[22:55] <droid909> divx118: i already put everything in the box, 'cause i need to go ....
[22:55] <droid909> can't test
[22:56] <droid909> divx118: thank you for you help
[22:56] <divx118> I think you did have your transistor the wrong way around. Also check that the ir led is connected in the right direction.
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[23:05] <DoctorD90> hello guys. Some days ago, i have started my rpi, with raspbian. I have plugged in my usb stick, and i cant create anything. No file/folder creation/editing allowed. What can be wrong?
[23:06] <Encrypt> DoctorD90, The permissions set when you plug a USB drive
[23:07] <DoctorD90> Encrypt, ehm..sorry me, what do you mean?
[23:07] <Encrypt> DoctorD90, I assume the USB key is formatted with FAT, right?
[23:08] <Encrypt> Then, when you mount it, it ight not mount properly with the right permissions
[23:08] <DoctorD90> uhm......MAYBE....that usb was formatted to NTFS...
[23:08] <Encrypt> And the "write" one may be missing
[23:08] <DoctorD90> how can i fix this issue?
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[23:08] <Encrypt> I'm not a mount expert however :p
[23:08] <Encrypt> I'm used to EXT4
[23:09] <DoctorD90> ah ok :D but thx for shot :D
[23:09] <DoctorD90> i use windows alot...
[23:09] <jjido> all right, so I have my RPi running X and I am connected via SSH. Now can I take control of the lil' one's keyboard and mouse?
[23:09] <DoctorD90> win does not support EXT4 QQ
[23:09] <DoctorD90> jjido, you need to start a vnc session
[23:10] <jjido> DoctorD90: from my machine or from the pi?
[23:10] <DoctorD90> once you are connected to rpi trougth ssh session
[23:10] <DoctorD90> you run vnc server on rpi, and a vnc client on your pc
[23:11] <jjido> DoctorD90: yes that sound like what the doc ordered
[23:11] <DoctorD90> xD yep....it is :)
[23:13] <jjido> I see several VNC packages, which is it?
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[23:15] <jjido> mmh I don't have permission to run apt-get.
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[23:20] <DoctorD90> jjido, sudo atp-get install
[23:20] <DoctorD90> btw
[23:20] <DoctorD90> a vncserver has to be yet on rpi raspbian :)
[23:23] * ozzzy is pretty sure he used vnc on his pi
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[23:30] <methuzla> i think i used tightvncserver at one point
[23:31] <methuzla> client side was whatever came with ubuntu
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[23:36] <mikroskeem> http://i.imgur.com/BQTj74a.png i got SPI flash running on my rpi :)
[23:36] <flexus> DoctorD90: sudo mount -t ntfs /dev/usb_stick /media/mountpoint
[23:36] <flexus> or -t ntfs-3g
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[23:49] <jjido> I did not manage to get VNC working. The client gets kicked out immediately, no password asked.
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[23:50] <methuzla> what vnc server did you install?
[23:51] <jjido> sudo apt-get install vnc-server
[23:52] <jjido> methuzla: it is tightvncserver
[23:52] <Froolap> it's the firewall or selinux.
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[23:53] <jjido> Raspbian has a firewall on by default?
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[23:53] <flexus> check vnc config
[23:54] <Froolap> I don't know rasp very well, but with linux in general when there's a connection issue that's the first place to look. iptables
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[23:55] <flexus> jjido: how do you connect? the cmd
[23:55] <methuzla> did you actually start the server after installing it?
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[23:57] <jjido> flexus: just now, I tried vncviewer 192.168.0.12:1
[23:59] <flexus> jjido: the ports are 58000 and 59000 normally
[23:59] <flexus> 5800 and 5900 i meant
[23:59] <jjido> methuzla: yeah. But the display number looks like it was missing, and now I managed to connect!

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