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IRC Log for 2014-11-21

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[0:00] <flexus> jiffe: ok
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[0:01] <flexus> night
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[0:02] <plugwash> AIUI standalone VNC servers deliberately skip display number 0 to leave it for the local X display so they start at display number 1 (port 5800, java client on port 5900)
[0:03] <jjido> Okay I need to look at the options. I wanted to control the existing X session, not start a new one.
[0:04] <plugwash> unfortunately I don't think tightvnc does that, i'm not sure if there are any current "share the main X display" vnc servers for *nix or not :/
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[0:07] <Davespice> jjido: you want to leave tightvnc alone then, use x11vnc instead
[0:07] <Davespice> similar but allows you to control the default X session
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[0:08] <jjido> Davespice: it installed at the same time as the VNC server I think
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[0:09] <Davespice> cool, so kill all the tightvnc processes and run x11vnc (you might need to look up some command line prameters) and that should work much better for you :)
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[0:14] <jjido> Davespice: it says there is already X running on display 0. Will it end all processes running in X if I kill it?
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[0:16] <SpeedEvil> yes
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[0:22] <J_Darnley> Regarding my issue of a 3TB HDD... Does anyone know how an "advanced format" drive might affect my problem?
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[0:25] <plugwash> it shouldn't make any difference, "advanced format" drives have 4K physical sectors but the logical sectors are still the traditional 512 bytes
[0:25] <plugwash> did you buy the drive as a complete unit or did you buy the drive and the USB to SATA bridge seperately?
[0:26] <J_Darnley> separately, I am replacing the old defective drive
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[0:32] <J_Darnley> Damn! I wish I could stumble onto the right keywords in my search
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[0:37] <plugwash> J_Darnley, bottom line is either the USB to SATA bridge chip can't support large drives due to a hardware limitation or the hardware is capable of it but the driver isn't.
[0:38] <plugwash> A kernel upgrade may have the off chance of helping if someone with hardware reverse engineering skills has been bothered about the particular bridge chipset in question and has manage to work out how to make it work with larger drives but most likely your only soloution will be a new bridge
[0:39] <J_Darnley> ugh
[0:40] <l_r> which one wins between the banana and raspberry pis?
[0:40] <J_Darnley> Do you have any links where I could read more if I know which adapter I have?
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[0:43] <plugwash> i'm afraid not, i'm just deducing logically that it's almost certainly not the core of the linux kernel (if it couldn't support 3TB drives we'd know about it) and it's almost certainly not the drive itself (a 3TB drive that couldn't do 3TB would be pretty useless) so that leaves the bridge chip and it's driver
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[0:45] <plugwash> l_r, depends on your definition of "wins", the banana Pi has a better CPU and gigabit ethernet but I would expect a much lower level of support and i've no idea how the GPUs compare
[0:46] <plugwash> also note that the banana Pi looks like a raspberry pi model B at first glance but it's actually slightly bigger so it almost certainly won't fit in any raspberry pi case
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[1:07] <J_Darnley> I'm going to give up on this. Swap the 3TB for a 1.5 in my desktop and use that on my Pi.
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[1:07] <J_Darnley> plugwash, CoJaBo, gordonDrogon: thanks for your help
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[2:26] <Froolap> is there any help for the banana in here? trying to find a way to correct overscan, or just save network configs
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[2:29] <plugwash> doubt it, this is a raspberrypi channel. I'm personally aware that the banana Pi exists and it's rought specs but i've never actually used one
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[2:32] <Froolap> I was hoping for just a little faster than my rasp. and hoping maybe I could compile drivers for my network dongle.
[2:32] <abnormal> buy a laptop
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[2:32] <plugwash> For your overscan correction you might try #linux-sunxi, for saving network configs that is probablly less of a banana Pi issue and more an issue of what distro and network management tools you are running
[2:33] <Froolap> I think I've tried all of them except archlinux because it didn't like my 64 gig card I wrote the image to
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[2:35] <Froolap> I've tried nos.... couldn't get the pi password to work, Raspbian, kali and fedora. all of them the same with not being able to click on dropdown menu for resoutions and not being able to click ave after setting network configs.
[2:43] <plugwash> The screen resoloution thing is pretty common on arm boards, they all seem to have their own way of handling it, unfortunately I don't know what it is for your device
[2:44] <plugwash> no idea what is going on with the network configs thing, sounds like the people who built the OS images screwed things up but it's difficult to comment beyond that
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[2:58] <abnormal> plugwash, is this new or still ongoing?
[2:59] <plugwash> ???????
[3:00] <abnormal> due to my experience, updating and upgrading usually udates the screen resolutions of many monitors by now...
[3:01] <plugwash> hmm, maybe on some devices they finally got arround to actually adding the interfaces for X to set the resoloution
[3:01] <plugwash> It's honestly a while since i've had a screen attatched to an arm box
[3:02] <Froolap> You kind of need one for initial setup.
[3:02] <abnormal> well, I have a Dell Genesis on mine, as I a chatting you now, and another one on 3 pi's and a bbb.
[3:03] <abnormal> using a rocketfish switch box.
[3:04] <plugwash> serial console FTW
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[3:06] <Froolap> I'm jell-o, come over here and set mine up like that. :)
[3:07] <abnormal> it's pretty neat set up I have, 3 pi's and a bbb on one monitor... the rocketfish box I got at Best Buy and has one HDMI in and four HDMI out with a remote controller...
[3:08] <Froolap> I have a 4 port kvm comming in tomorrow with remote control, so I don't have to get up from my wireless keyboard.
[3:08] <abnormal> I tried to find a switch box for the kybds and mice but can't find one without the VGA connections...
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[3:10] <plugwash> I know you can get KVM switches with DVI and USB
[3:10] <Froolap> so, don't use the vga ports. lol
[3:10] <Froolap> I saw one with usb and hdmi, but I can't find it again
[3:10] <abnormal> I bought the last Model A board from Amazon yesterday. plan to use it for something simple...
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[3:12] <plugwash> were you the one who was asking here a few days ago where to get a model A from?
[3:13] <abnormal> yes
[3:14] <WACOMalt> Did they stop making model A or something?
[3:14] <abnormal> imedeately after I made the order, the site changed the "one left" to " non available" lol
[3:14] <WACOMalt> switched only to the A+ ?
[3:14] <abnormal> we don't know yet.
[3:15] <abnormal> But I am not jumping for the model A+ or B+ for a while as they are quite new...
[3:16] <Froolap> congrats abnormal. That's kind of like a bid I made on ebay where I won the auction by 3 cents.
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[3:18] <plugwash> The main UK distributors are still listing the model A but with crazy long lead times, read into that what you will
[3:18] <plugwash> (personally I suspect whether they bother to make another batch or just cancel the orders and discontinue the product will depend on how many orders they get)
[3:18] <abnormal> Ty Froolap
[3:18] <WACOMalt> I wonder if the USB port on the A+ is strong enough to run a flash drive and a wifi dongle on a hub
[3:19] <WACOMalt> if so that'll be my new piratebox platform
[3:19] <abnormal> yes if you use a powered USB hub
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[3:20] <plugwash> with a good 5.2V 2A PSU I suspect you'd get away with a bus powered hub
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[3:20] <plugwash> maybe try that broadcom 2 port hub+wifi combo they released recently
[3:21] <Froolap> I'm wondering if I can power the pi from plugging into a powered usb hub. maybe save a wall wart/outlet.
[3:21] <botnut> hi all anyone try to install python 3.4.2 on raspberry pi b+ model?
[3:21] <WACOMalt> abnormal, I need to not do a powered hub
[3:21] <abnormal> plugwash, isn't that hub kinda hefty in weight?
[3:21] <WACOMalt> my usage has to only have one 5v power supply
[3:22] <abnormal> ok
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[3:23] * plugwash has no idea what the hub with built in wifi weighs
[3:23] <abnormal> well is it kinda big?
[3:24] <abnormal> bulky?
[3:24] * plugwash has certainly seen bigger hubs, being physically large isn't nessaceraly a bad thing for a wifi device though at least if the developers had a brain
[3:25] <plugwash> The trouble with tiny wifi devices is the antennas are too small
[3:25] <abnormal> yes
[3:26] <abnormal> that's why I like the Ourlink ones that are as big as a thumbdrive.
[3:26] <botnut> in general - how would you guys suggest testing a python 3.4.2 installation to see if it successful? I've been beating my head up over this on a raspberry pi b+ model - basically had to build from source - but it failed - however - I can run python3 from cli and it shows python 3.4.2 - and does basic commands - would prefer something more extensive
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[3:28] <methuzla> why did you build from source?
[3:28] <Red_Onyx> hello
[3:29] <botnut> I couldn't find another way to install python 3.4.2
[3:29] <botnut> raspbian comes with 3.2 by default - and apt didn't have it - unless I was missing something
[3:29] <botnut> is there a better way?
[3:29] <plugwash> CPC list the broadcom hub with wifi as 0.03KG
[3:29] <plugwash> but I expect that is including packaging
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[3:30] <methuzla> oh. don't know. sorry. i'm still using 2.7.
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[3:36] <plugwash> botnut, upgrading to jessie may be your best bet
[3:36] <plugwash> the trouble with installing from source is that none of the debian packaged python modules will work withy your source install of python
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[3:46] <Froolap> Using `yum update kernel` is not a good idea - it will brick your device! what???? please explain.
[3:46] <Kubius> alo
[3:47] <Kubius> I have a raspberry pi model A and B and I'm wondering if I could somehow use them together for computing instead of just having the A sit there and be useless
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[3:47] <Froolap> Network bridge.
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[3:48] <Kubius> with model A's lack of ethernet I'd probably have to use ethernet over USB right?
[3:49] <abnormal> I just use a wireless dongle...
[3:49] <abnormal> and it is very easy to do that...
[3:50] <Kubius> so you use a wireless dongle, but would that be good for what I'm thinking of?
[3:51] <Kubius> tbh I am at the knowledge state of "just enough to get myself into trouble" with regards to doing things with pis over the network
[3:51] <Kubius> I've sshed into a pi and I've made lights blink the fibonacci sequence over GPIO and that's about it
[3:51] <Froolap> depends on if you need to bridge two networks... if you isolate some home computers on a lan that you don't want the internet to be able to access THEM.
[3:52] <Kubius> you see
[3:52] <Kubius> what I actually want to do is use the A and B together to increase the computing performance if that is at all possible
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[3:54] <Froolap> Oh, you are talking about clusters and distributed processing there.... while it might be *possible* the yeild would be small.
[3:55] <Froolap> maybe if you are a fan of seti@home
[3:55] <Kubius> so the benefit is probably near-on nil for the pi itself
[3:55] <e^ipi> improve processing performance of what?
[3:56] <Kubius> a model B pi, using a model A pi
[3:56] <Kubius> probably a silly idea
[3:56] <Kubius> but hey
[3:56] <e^ipi> using it to do what?
[3:56] <e^ipi> computers are tools to accomplish tasks
[3:56] <e^ipi> what task are you trying to accomplish
[3:56] <Kubius> had an idea on a possible use
[3:56] <Kubius> world generation
[3:56] <Froolap> well when you are talking 700 mhz and then you have the overhead of something figuring out which processor is best suited to compute which part of a process and the network transfer and then reassemble the pieces of the distributed computation and hope you don't have race condition, etc....
[3:57] <Kubius> I think a delegation kind of thing would work better
[3:57] <e^ipi> if your world generation software can run over a network then yes, it’ll work
[3:57] <e^ipi> many applications today do clustering of sorts. databases will do sharding, etc
[3:57] <e^ipi> you can write it to take advantage of message queues, etc.
[3:58] <Froolap> I think I would be more inclined to have one pi act as a file server while the other pi acts as a print server.
[3:58] <Kubius> I think if I were to do it I'd need to specifically code the functionality into the program
[3:58] <Kubius> which sucks but eh
[3:58] <e^ipi> why not have one to do both?
[3:58] <e^ipi> the pi is pretty overpowered for a print & fileserver as it is
[3:58] <e^ipi> except that the network sucks, and there’s no direct attached fast transport like SAS
[3:58] <Kubius> people were talking about doing a beaglebone black + raspberry pi crossover
[3:58] <e^ipi> so really the pi is awful for a fileserver :)
[3:58] <abnormal> even the model A can handle all that
[3:59] <Froolap> due to network congestion, you want to split those processes over multi cpu so that your printer doesn't get jammed from serving files. smile.
[3:59] <e^ipi> it won’t though. pi has more power than “enterprise” printers
[3:59] <e^ipi> and for filers, you have no way to attach enough disks to make it worthwhile
[3:59] <abnormal> well then you need the Alienware computer
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[4:00] <Froolap> Or in my case, I have two ISP aand I want two pi, one on each isp to run eggdrop bots, but I also want them to have a cat5 cable so that they can bridge to each other.
[4:00] <Kubius> you guys seen the parallella?
[4:00] <Kubius> it's pretty funky stuff
[4:00] <abnormal> yes
[4:00] <Froolap> That way when I connwect my main computer to one router I have a path to be able to access the other half of the lan that's connected to the other router.
[4:00] <Kubius> I'm not gonna get one but it looks cool
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[4:03] <Kubius> heh
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[4:08] <abnormal> I have two Quickstarts, a Uno, and lots of bread boards and lots of components I play with and I use a Piface daughter board to protect the pi
[4:10] <Kubius> I wanna do stuff with raspberry pi and gpio but I really dunno where to start
[4:11] <Kubius> I can do programming on a small to medium scale, but I just can't get from programming a single class or module of code to having a working program
[4:11] <Kubius> I keep trying to figure it out - "work backwards to find out what I need and then make it" but I don't quite get there
[4:11] <abnormal> I suggest you but the Piface daughter board and run the I/Os from that so in case you hook up wrong, you won't brick the pi
[4:11] <abnormal> *buy
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[4:12] <Kubius> Which one?
[4:13] <abnormal> the one that has two relays on it.
[4:13] <Kubius> I see piface digital and piface control/display
[4:14] <Kubius> but not just plain piface
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[4:14] <abnormal> ok just a min...
[4:14] <Kubius> nvm
[4:14] <Kubius> digital has 2 changeover relays
[4:15] <abnormal> http://www.qkits.com/moreinfo.cfm/PIFACEDIG
[4:16] <Kubius> yep
[4:16] <Kubius> piface digital
[4:16] <Kubius> that does look neat
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[4:16] <Kubius> and IT HAS BUTTONS
[4:16] <Kubius> cool
[4:16] <abnormal> yes, I love it
[4:17] <abnormal> you can download the app that runs it too...
[4:18] <Kubius> 28 bucks? That's almost as much as the Pi
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[4:19] <abnormal> yes and worth it...
[4:19] <abnormal> lasts forever
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[4:31] <abnormal> and the Uno is one precious invention... it is extremely powerful for what is suppose to do...
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[4:44] <abnormal> and the Quickstart is one fun toy and works really well...
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[5:26] <ball> Do Raspberry Pi boards have a serial port (TTL or RS232)?
[5:27] <abnormal> no, but you can hook up converters to it via USB
[5:28] <ball> abnormal: Good point! Does Linux support SLIP?
[5:28] <abnormal> look in raspberrypi.org and look in forums some ppl have done it and quite sucessful
[5:28] <abnormal> that I do not know.
[5:28] <abnormal> look it up in google.
[5:30] <mike_t> ball, RPi have a CMOS level UART.
[5:31] <abnormal> ok, so he has to hook it up via jumpers?
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[5:33] <mike_t> http://elinux.org/RPi_Low-level_peripherals#General_Purpose_Input.2FOutput_.28GPIO.29
[5:34] <ball> mike_t: That'll work!
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[5:35] <ball> mike_t: ...I think.
[5:35] <ball> mike_t: Thanks.
[5:36] <abnormal> yes, that looks real nice.
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[5:41] <ball> Is there a convention around which GPIO pins I would use for RTS and CTS if I wanted hardware handshaking?
[5:42] <abnormal> ball, there's alot of info on web for that, need to look for it and read it...
[5:42] <ball> abnormal: Thanks. I'll see whether I can find it.
[5:42] <abnormal> ok, take your time cuz it's gonna make you learn well...
[5:43] <mike_t> ball, RTS/CTS exists but on the P5 header
[5:45] <ball> mike_t: I'll have to check my Raspberry Pi board. Hopefully I have that.
[5:45] <mike_t> ball, http://elinux.org/RPi_Low-level_peripherals#P5_header
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[5:58] <NedScott> jesus loves desu
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[5:58] <NedScott> ha, wrong window
[5:58] <NedScott> totally out of context here
[5:58] <NedScott> hahaha
[6:00] <Kubius> suddenly
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[6:03] <abnormal> suddenly whut?
[6:06] <Kubius> [22:57] <NedScott> jesus loves desu
[6:06] <ParkerR> NedScott, desu desu
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[6:33] <NedScott> something about jesus watching a cartoon about magical dolls
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[6:35] <JZA> anyone who used openelec, do they know the user/password of the xbmc web interface?
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[8:34] <k3wb1t> Hi Guys, does Volumio go into sleep mode? It was working fine last night and left it on, woke up this morning and the web interface wont connect to it. I can SSH into it but no joy on the web GUI. Done this from my laptop, phone and tablet.
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[8:41] <Vialas> woot woot
[8:41] <Vialas> how are you all?
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[8:44] <k3wb1t> great thank you apart from a lil problem
[8:49] <Vialas> oh whats the prob?
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[8:51] <k3wb1t> Well I was working with Volumio last night and its all set up nice. Woke up this morning and the GUI on my laptop, phone and tablet is non responsive. I can SSH to it so its all up and running, just cant get the GUI to load. Is there some sort of sleep mode?
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[8:58] <Vialas> hmm thats odd
[8:58] <Vialas> ahhh sleep mode --- well the screen goes to sleep
[8:58] <Vialas> how do you access the GUI?
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[9:06] <k3wb1t> though a web browser
[9:07] <k3wb1t> I dont want to have to have an HDMI cable plugged in all the time to the pi to keep checking volumio
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[9:08] <Vialas> yup
[9:08] <Vialas> it should work then
[9:09] <Vialas> when you say "Its all up and running" what do you mean by that k3wb1t ?
[9:09] <k3wb1t> I was playing music through it
[9:09] <k3wb1t> It was working
[9:09] <k3wb1t> No issues, that kinda thing.
[9:09] <Vialas> yup
[9:09] <Vialas> so did the pi restart?
[9:10] <k3wb1t> didnt look like it did
[9:11] <k3wb1t> but i have no idea as I was in bed
[9:11] <Vialas> yea
[9:11] <Vialas> i wonder if the daemon or the service is still runing
[9:12] <Vialas> how did you install it, did you fallow a guide?
[9:12] <k3wb1t> yeah the one on the volumio site
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[9:14] <Vialas> right... link me?
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[9:20] <Vialas> k3wb1t?
[9:20] <k3wb1t> link you?
[9:21] <k3wb1t> its just volumi.local
[9:21] <Vialas> send me link the the guide you followed
[9:21] <k3wb1t> its a local control panel on my network
[9:21] <k3wb1t> oh haha sorry
[9:21] <k3wb1t> one sec let me find it
[9:21] <Vialas> hmm ok so... what is the ip address of the volumi? why dotn you try "http://<IPADDRESS>
[9:21] <k3wb1t> http://volumio.org/get-started/
[9:21] <k3wb1t> I have done that
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[9:22] <Vialas> ok
[9:22] <Vialas> cool cool
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[9:27] <Vialas> hmm i am not srue why its not working for you
[9:27] <Vialas> i assume you made sure the IP address didnt change?
[9:29] <k3wb1t> yeah thats all the same
[9:29] <k3wb1t> sorry im a bit slow at answering, im at work
[9:29] <Vialas> very odd
[9:29] <Vialas> ohh haha
[9:29] <Vialas> nice one
[9:30] <Vialas> i have been guilty of that as well :P
[9:31] <Vialas> well as for helping you... i dotn see how it actualy is working....
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[9:31] <k3wb1t> what do you mean?
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[9:32] <Vialas> i see it has a web interface
[9:32] <Vialas> i cant tell if it runs a daemon or something
[9:34] <Vialas> i think ill have a go at installing this late :D
[9:34] <Vialas> later*
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[9:40] <k3wb1t> Cool :)
[9:40] <k3wb1t> Well if nothing else, at least I have peaked your interest in the software lol
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[9:49] <Vialas> ya lol
[9:49] <Vialas> perhaps when i have a go ill understand it better
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[9:49] <Vialas> what else have you used the pi for?
[9:50] <Vialas> at the moment i use mine as 1) dashboard, 2) web server , 3) irc bouncer
[9:50] <Vialas> also have two spares and one dev. platform
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[9:56] <k3wb1t> Lol, this is my first project. I dont really start things unless I have a need for them. I bought myself a nice amp and pair of speakers and have been using my iphone to stream music from my NAS. While the iphone is ok it doesnt play 24bit quality so i was looking for cheap dacs and came across the HiFiBerry. So thats why I started it.
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[10:10] <Encrypt> k3wb1t, Do you know the Wolfson card?
[10:15] <niston> http://niston.wordpress.com/2014/10/10/niston-stream-one/
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[10:30] <Froolap> sigh
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[10:55] <k3wb1t> The wolfson card?
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[11:14] <jedrek> hello folks
[11:14] <jedrek> is there a distribution for the RaspberryPi that will let me "cast" music from my iPhone/iPad to it?
[11:15] <jedrek> i'd like to listen to spotify on my stereo
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[11:17] <nid0> any of the myriad ways of getting the pi to run xbmc would probably be easiest then
[11:17] <pksato> jedrek: http://www.woutervanwijk.nl/pimusicbox/ ?
[11:18] <jedrek> pksato: sweet
[11:18] <jedrek> nid0: i ran... raspelec i think
[11:18] <jedrek> and it wasn't what i'd call "stable"
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[11:20] <jedrek> i guess i should give it a go
[11:20] <divx118> jedrek also http://volumio.org/get-started/ and http://lesbonscomptes.com/pages/raspmpd.html the last do I use with my bt samsung soundbar.
[11:20] <jedrek> since that was a while ago... eep
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[11:21] <jedrek> divx118: that looks rad
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[11:22] <divx118> I don't know how well it works with spotify, I use it to play music from some smb shares and some streaming audio.
[11:22] <nid0> im guessing that volumio solution doesnt support dlna rendering though as it mentions having to access the pi itself to play music
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[11:28] <jedrek> yeah, i'll take a look at all of them
[11:28] <jedrek> thanks so much
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[11:50] * divx118 just needs to find a way when mpd starts playing my soundbar gets powered on and switches to the right input. Thinking about running a python script in the background of the pi that monitors mpd and then send the right ir commands.
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[11:53] <k3wb1t> volumio streams spootify
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[11:53] <k3wb1t> you just need to add it to a playlist in spotify and it shows up in volumio
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[13:40] <JuJuBee> Anybody here work with pi-ltsp ?
[13:41] <JuJuBee> I'm wondering if I can configure a pi to ltsp boot from an existing ltsp server?
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[14:03] <Jamitter> Has anyone been able to find a 3.5ish screen for the B+ that ISN'T a touch screen ?
[14:03] <skyroveRR> Jamitter: I don't think there is a 3.5" screen but there are screens starting from 4.2".
[14:04] <skyroveRR> And they are mostly labelled as 'car' monitors.
[14:04] <Jamitter> skyroveRR: And they would fit the pins on the B+ ?
[14:05] <skyroveRR> Jamitter: the screens take input using composite video [aka RCA], so you don't really need a lot except for a suitable 3.5mm connector.
[14:06] <Jamitter> (Incredibly new to this, sorry for any ignorance) I'm basically trying to fit a screen to the pi, and leave the hdmi port open to plug into a large tv if possible
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[14:06] <skyroveRR> Jamitter: np, I am new too.
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[14:07] <skyroveRR> Jamitter: google '3.5mm raspberry pi', basically the B+ model has a combination of a video out and TWO audio outs.
[14:08] <skyroveRR> Jamitter: check out this link: http://www.raspberrypi-spy.co.uk/2014/07/raspberry-pi-model-b-3-5mm-audiovideo-jack/
[14:08] <shiftplusone> Jamitter, why must it be without a touchscreen?
[14:10] <Jamitter> shiftplusone: Because I want it to simply be a screen for an emulation station. I feel as though having a touchscreen adds a layer of fragility
[14:10] <Jamitter> skyroveRR: Thanks! I'll check it out
[14:10] <shiftplusone> if anything, it adds a protective layer >.>
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[14:12] <Jamitter> shiftplusone: Maybe I'll check it out then. Assuming I have a screen fixed to it, with the open hdmi port, would I be able to simply plug in a tv or larger monitor and have it take over for video output?
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[14:13] <skyroveRR> Jamitter: a touch screen display will complicate the setup of your pi.
[14:14] <shiftplusone> no it won't. If you don't need the touch part and just need the screen, it makes no difference O_o
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[14:14] <skyroveRR> shiftplusone: he just wants it for an emulation station, and that sounds simple.
[14:15] <shiftplusone> right... so how does a display with a touchscreen change anything?
[14:15] <shiftplusone> it's simple either way, but there are more small displays with touchscreens to chose from than those without.
[14:15] <shiftplusone> Jamitter, What do you mean by open hdmi port though? If you don't have hdmi connected when the pi boots up, you'll need to run a command to switch to hdmi after plugging in the monitor.
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[14:17] <Jamitter> shiftplusone: Basically, my goal was to have a mobile emulator (hence the screen) but have the ability to plug it into a TV for a bigger viewspace without having to do any command line stuff (It's for my technically illiterate brother)
[14:19] <shiftplusone> Don't know how to do it without user input off the top of my head. Maybe there's a way to check if hdmi is plugged in... there would have to be.
[14:19] <shiftplusone> But yeah, I don't know.
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[14:20] <jeffreylevesque> would anyone be willing to comment on https://github.com/jeff1evesque/machine-learning/issues/579#issuecomment-63915512
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[14:42] <divx118> Oops time to get a bigger sdcard mkdir: cannot create directory `sh': No space left on device
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[15:03] <riskable> Man these 8-channel relay boards are loud!
[15:03] <riskable> Click click click click! I knew they were supposed to be noisy but I had no idea. Now I know why everyone keeps them outside or in their garages :)
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[15:04] <riskable> They're awesome though! Turn on or off 8 things at a time for $3
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[15:05] <riskable> Actually, I took advantage of a super deal to get the two for $6. The normal price is ~$14 for 2 8-channel relay boards: http://www.ebay.com/itm/141189152604?_trksid=p2059210.m2749.l2649&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT
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[15:38] <cosarara> Hi guys! I'm trying to get my Pi to display something on screen with no luck. At first I tried using HDMI with a TV, using various configs on config.txt (safe mode on/off, etc.). This was with Raspbian IIRC. Then I reformatted the SD to fat32 and copied over NOOBs. I tried using the RCA connector from a NES with a different TV (also tried pressing 3 on a keyboard, nothing). Then I tried again with HDMI, using an HDMI to DVI
[15:38] <cosarara> cable with a computer monitor. All of this failed (always a black screen or "no connection" messages. The power led's Red and the ACT led flashes green. What should I try?
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[15:50] <cosarara> Ok, there's nothing to try, I'll go to a corner and cry :( (just joking, I'll keep googling)
[15:51] <divx118> cosarara, Seems to me your SD card isn't setup correctly and your pi just doesn't boot
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[15:52] <divx118> cosarara, did you follow http://www.raspberrypi.org/help/noobs-setup/ Also did you try another sd card.
[15:52] <cosarara> divx118: I deleted all the partitons using gparted, created a new fat32 partition filling the whole drive, and copied over the files
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[15:54] <cosarara> If the ACT led flashes means the SD card is working, right?
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[15:56] <divx118> When I start it up it is almost constant on, then once the system is running it is flashing just very very dim.
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[15:56] <divx118> Once in a while a bright flash.
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[15:58] <divx118> BTW I used http://www.raspberrypi.org/documentation/installation/installing-images/linux.md to setup the raspbian image directly. I didn't use noobs.
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[16:01] <cosarara> divx118: well I'll dd raspbian and if that doesn't work I'll go buy an SD card when shops open
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[16:03] <divx118> cosarara, Just to be sure you safely unmounted the SD-card from your PC before removing the SD-card?
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[16:04] * divx118 had some bad experience when in a hurry forgetting that.
[16:04] <cosarara> divx118: yeah, I did
[16:04] <divx118> Ok :)
[16:04] <cosarara> (but I've somethimes corrupted partitons doing that as well)
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[16:08] <divx118> cosarara Also you can see if it get's assigned an ip address and try to get ssh access if the sd card is working and your display not.
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[16:10] <whitesn_> oops
[16:10] <whitesn_> sorry mistyped
[16:11] <cosarara> It will dhcp and run sshd by default? Ok I'll get a network cable and see
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[16:41] <jeffreylevesque> i have an apache2 serving up php sites. My ajax calls take forever
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[16:51] <jeffreylevesque> why does shell command take a long time to process?
[16:51] <cosarara> Well it seems it's not connecting to the network either... it's a pretty standard Kingston SDHC (class 10) 8GB card.
[16:51] <cosarara> jeffreylevesque: what shell command?
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[16:51] <jeffreylevesque> i have a php page in apache2 on the pi
[16:51] <jeffreylevesque> the php uses `exec` to execute python
[16:52] <jeffreylevesque> theres about 15-40s lag
[16:52] <cosarara> What happens if you run that php script by hand? (from the CLI I mean)
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[16:52] <cosarara> I guess you'll likely have to adapt it
[16:53] <jeffreylevesque> it's really funky
[16:53] <jeffreylevesque> why would there be a ~20s latency?
[16:54] <jeffreylevesque> to a python script that simply prints the arguments passed to it
[16:55] <jeffreylevesque> yeah, about 25s
[16:55] <cosarara> jeffreylevesque: If you make an ajax to a simpler page (plain html, or a simpler php) it's fast?
[16:55] <jeffreylevesque> if i run the file in terminal
[16:55] <jeffreylevesque> it executes within .75s
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[16:56] <SpeedEvil> I would wonder if you're running out of RAM
[16:56] <SpeedEvil> Or hitting a IO wall
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[16:56] <jeffreylevesque> i also have xbee installed
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[16:56] <jeffreylevesque> but, i commented out all codes for it
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[16:57] <jeffreylevesque> so the python script, all it does is `print 'hellooo jeff'`
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[17:22] <jeffreylevesque> the pi has difficulty handling PHP's `exec` command
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[17:32] <jeffreylevesque> some odd reason, rebooting the pi helped
[17:32] <jeffreylevesque> instead of taking 20-25s, it takes 0.5-1.5s
[17:32] <jeffreylevesque> did i run out of memory?
[17:32] <jeffreylevesque> if so, how?
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[17:37] <divx118> jeffreylevesque use "top" to see what resources you are using.
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[17:38] <jeffreylevesque> what are normal values?
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[17:39] <divx118> See if something is eating up your memory or cpu load. There is nothing normal, it depends on what you have installed and running.
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[17:41] <divx118> jeffreylevesque, Here this is mine http://pastebin.com/jvTJ2wE9
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[17:41] <jeffreylevesque> divx118: thank you
[17:42] <divx118> Preferably you look at it when you have such high loading times.
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[19:00] <Lope> It seems the RaspberryPi foundation has compiled the kernel without nfs-kernel-server support? How silly is that?
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[19:03] <shiftplusone> Lope, open an issue.
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[19:03] <Lope> shiftplusone: good idea, where can I do that?
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[19:03] <shiftplusone> github raspberrypi linux
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[21:11] <Froolap> yalp
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[21:29] <Masters2150> hey guys, wondering if anyone can help me. I'm trying to get some channels installed on my Raspbmc, but whenever I goto the file manager like I do windows or android, it opens the actual zip file instead of running it
[21:30] <shiftplusone> Not sure how you 'run' a zip file.
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[21:35] <Jusii> not really expert on raspbmc but shouldn't you go somewhere 'install addon' and choose that .zip in there?
[21:35] <Matt> Jusii: that sounds about right
[21:35] <Matt> there's definitely an "Install from zip" option under addons IIRC
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[21:45] <dan_> Has anyone fully figured out how to fix the wifi 8192cu driver?
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[21:46] <dan_> I've been trying to fix mine for 2 days straight, no luck with any of the power settings, hardware swapping, and random other things google turned up
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[21:48] <dan_> I am always getting "No DHCPOFFERS received" with syslog entries http://pastebin.com/3a1xQkg4
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[22:09] <Masters2150> if I want to get bluetooth working on my pi, do I have to be running linux?
[22:10] <Masters2150> I checked all these turorials about getting it working, but they are all using linux
[22:10] <shiftplusone> as opposed to what? *bsd or riscos?
[22:10] <Masters2150> windows
[22:11] <shiftplusone> Windows doesn't support the pi.
[22:11] <Armand> Hahaha
[22:11] <Armand> Sorry.. Too funny.
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[22:12] <Masters2150> ok so I'll have to get my linux up.
[22:13] <Masters2150> and is Armand always this unhelpful or does he have some sort of attitude problem?
[22:13] <Armand> Ok, brass tacks... You bought the Pi.. So, you must have read up on it first, right?
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[22:14] <Armand> With that, you'd have looked up the options for the OS?
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[22:14] <Armand> Exactly.
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[22:19] <Vialas> hello everyone
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[22:45] <shiftplusone> Vialas, ahoy. How are things on that side of the world?
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[22:50] <nerdboy> pretty sure there are people here who will appreciate this...
[22:50] <nerdboy> http://sydneypadua.com/2dgoggles/
[22:50] <nerdboy> and it's family friendly even
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[23:02] <shiftplusone> lengthy... bookmarked for later.
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[23:09] <Vialas> hey shiftplusone
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[23:09] <Vialas> things going well over here, how about for you?
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[23:10] <shiftplusone> Cold and miserable, but I guess that goes with the territory when it comes to the UK.
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[23:10] <Vialas> lol yea no kidding shiftplusone
[23:11] <Vialas> and hows the kerbals?
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[23:11] <shiftplusone> No kerbals.
[23:11] <shiftplusone> It's all about xenonauts right now >.>
[23:11] <Vialas> what!
[23:11] <Vialas> you gave up on kerbals ;(
[23:11] <Vialas> so sad
[23:11] <Vialas> what is a xenought?
[23:12] <shiftplusone> xcom remake
[23:12] <Vialas> oh golly
[23:12] <Vialas> :S
[23:12] <Vialas> shame on you, kerbal is where its at :P
[23:12] <Vialas> and FTL :D
[23:13] <Vialas> dam $25 AUD for that game
[23:13] <Vialas> :S
[23:13] <shiftplusone> ah, FTL is great... though I never got very far and refuse to play on easy >.>
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[23:14] <Vialas> lol same here, i never get far on normal
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[23:19] <gregor3005> hi, is anybody using hostpad? i try to forward the clients to my radius server. the clients get always deauthentcated "IEEE 802.11: deauthenticated due to local deauth request"
[23:19] <shiftplusone> might be time for tea...
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[23:20] <gregor3005> shiftplusone: cheers
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