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IRC Log for 2014-12-21

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[0:00] <Duality> or maybe that is not the solution :) i put screen /dev/tty1 in the bashrc, but that allows me to type but not run commands and such
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[0:03] <Duality> anyway i am tired so gn
[0:04] <divx118> Duality /sys/class/tty/tty0/active
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[0:09] <MrHotwire> Good evening
[0:10] <MrHotwire> m in the process of putting together some BBHN WIFI Nodes for my Local EOC. And I wish to use the nodes to support local mapping for the EOC and SAR.
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[0:10] <MrHotwire> I will be hosting the MapServer on my Raspberry Pi. And Im looking for some advice or direction as to the best way to impliment this
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[0:18] <Jckf> Duality: Then do something like $tty = $(tty)
[0:18] * Jckf is not a bash pro
[0:20] * MrHotwire is tryin to overwhelm his RasPi
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[0:28] <converge> hi, i have this r-pi and it was ok until last night, today I can't ping to it and I don't have a display to see what's going on. is there something I can do ?
[0:29] <Jckf> Check the memory card on a computer
[0:31] <converge> when I plug it on a bsd/osx, should it be visible at dmesg ?
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[0:33] <MrHotwire> It should be, but your best bet is to check the memory card. If it gets corrupted it will prevent a boot or any kind of services from running
[0:36] <converge> Jckf, MrHotwire: thanks, I ejected the memory card, stroke it agasint the desk, and it's running again
[0:37] <MrHotwire> Oh boy... Now its Raspberry Jam
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[0:39] <MrHotwire> Its also a good idea to tape or clue the lock switch open. I have had issues where the lock switch will be slightly open, and that causes a short. Usualy in adapters or older full sized cards.
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[0:41] <Jckf> If you have a Pi with a full-size SD card slot. I'm lucky enough to have a microSD slot =D
[0:41] <MrHotwire> So you have the B+ ?
[0:42] <Jckf> Hehe, yes
[0:42] <MrHotwire> Hows the comparison to the B?
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[0:42] <Jckf> I actually have no idea. It's the only one I have
[0:42] <Jckf> But I have noticed that backpowering doesn't work, because I wanted to use it =P
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[0:42] <MrHotwire> Iv been using my B for almost 2 years now, and Im wondering if I should upgrade for the project Im working on.
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[0:43] <Jckf> I guess it comes down to USB ports and GPIO
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[0:45] <MrHotwire> Yeah, If Im just using it as a host for some network services, I dont think that the USB ports and GPIO are going to be big decision makers. Unless I use something like a GPS, or other input devices.
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[1:46] <MarsNL> Did anyone tried a pcduino3?
[1:47] <abnormal> what's that?
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[1:49] <MarsNL> also a single board computer with a dual core 1GHz cpu, 1gbram and onboard flash memory
[1:50] <MarsNL> I like my RPI but mysql uses too much ram, even with the small config
[1:50] <l_r> the problem with boards different than raspberrypi is lack of documentation and bad drivers or not working at all other than one or two distributions
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[1:51] <[Saint]> 'high performance'
[1:51] <[Saint]> 'A20'
[1:51] <[Saint]> ...pick one, pcduino3
[1:51] <Duality> Jckf: i think i can do something with that :)
[1:52] <[Saint]> MarsNL: you'd be seriously shooting yourself in the foot buying that crap
[1:52] <l_r> Duality, can you program it as you want?
[1:53] <ozzzy> MarsNL, I have one of those
[1:53] <ozzzy> Intel Atom based
[1:53] <MarsNL> I didnt know it was crap
[1:53] <Duality> l_r: what do you meen ?
[1:53] <[Saint]> Every time I hear Allwinner, I run screaming.
[1:53] <MarsNL> why do you dislike it?
[1:53] <abnormal> ahh.. Intel Atom... hmmm
[1:54] <MarsNL> So its more an AllLoser
[1:54] <l_r> Duality, sorry.... never mind, wrong person
[1:54] <l_r> these allwinner based boards seem to lack documentation
[1:54] <l_r> in a way or the other
[1:55] <abnormal> Duality, why not just buy a laptop?
[1:55] <MarsNL> But if it can run a distro its ok for me
[1:55] <Duality> abnormal: what ?
[1:55] <MarsNL> i only need it headless
[1:56] <l_r> and no libs... not even closed source.. how can you program their h264 decoder/encoder for example?
[1:56] <abnormal> sorrry Duality I meant MarsNL
[1:56] <Duality> l_r abnormal no worries can happen :D
[1:56] <abnormal> yeh, me not normal... lol
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[1:57] <MarsNL> So what is a good faster alt?
[1:57] <abnormal> I was at Barnes and Nobles with laptop, now at home on my pi
[1:57] <MarsNL> I dont like the Rpi needs an sd to boot
[1:57] <l_r> MarsNL, what do you want to do? for media related stuff i don't see many alternatives to the rpi
[1:57] <[Saint]> I...what?
[1:58] <abnormal> well then get the Odroid U3, MarsNL
[1:58] <MarsNL> i use it as dlna server, ssh, mail, http, coding
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[1:58] <[Saint]> Then the C1 is more than ample.
[1:58] <MarsNL> i need to run mysql but its slow
[1:58] <Twist-> MarsNL: People get too focused on these little embedded boards when a cheap x86 pc might be a less expensive and more flexible choice.
[1:58] <MarsNL> http://etherial.xs4all.nl
[1:58] <l_r> MarsNL, well... use what costs less...
[1:58] <MarsNL> Im on irssi
[1:58] <l_r> MarsNL, an rpi is 35$ if iremember well
[1:58] <abnormal> get the banana pi
[1:59] <MarsNL> Its great value for money
[1:59] * lupinedk is now known as Lupinedk
[1:59] <shiftplusone> Why on earth would you get a banana pi when the odroid C1 is a thing?
[1:59] <[Saint]> l_r: so's an ODROID C1, which outstrips the pi in sheer horsepower by many orders of magnitude
[1:59] <[Saint]> hahaha - snap
[1:59] <[Saint]> yeah - its pretty hard to beat the C1 presently
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[2:00] <[Saint]> likely impossible, for $/horsepower.
[2:00] <l_r> what cool stuff you can do with the c1?
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[2:00] <shiftplusone> you can put arm instruction in it and it will execute them
[2:00] <[Saint]> Not be stuck with outdated EOL cpu arch, for one.
[2:00] <l_r> does it support any camera module?
[2:01] <[Saint]> that's a cool thing.
[2:01] <l_r> say... camera->h264 via CSI ?
[2:01] <MarsNL> let me check the odroid specs
[2:01] <[Saint]> l_r: I bet you could use Google on it...
[2:01] <[Saint]> Heck, I bet you could use Google on your machine _right now_ ;)
[2:01] <shiftplusone> I think that question might have been rhetorical
[2:02] <l_r> yes... i don't think you can run a distro like raspbmc on it
[2:03] <l_r> even if it's 1ghz
[2:03] <shiftplusone> oh it will do xbmc just fine
[2:03] <l_r> or whatever
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[2:03] <[Saint]> What on Earth are you looking at, l_r?
[2:03] <[Saint]> Its certainly not the C1...
[2:03] <ShorTie> raspbmc is pi only
[2:04] <ShorTie> hence the rasp part
[2:04] <l_r> i said a thing *like* xbmc ... profiting by the h264 decoder to play streams on youtube, for example
[2:04] <[Saint]> it'd quite possible beat the pi on media decoding with the CPU alone.
[2:04] * shiftplusone is considering ordering one
[2:04] <[Saint]> completely ignoring its (fairly powerful) GPU.
[2:05] * argakiig is now known as argakiig_lost
[2:05] <shiftplusone> though I get stuff delivered to pi towers, so.... might not be a good idea =P
[2:05] <[Saint]> l_r: it has 4 1.5GHz cores.
[2:05] <[Saint]> ...it'll cope.,
[2:05] <MarsNL> the Odroid looks pretty cool
[2:05] <[Saint]> it'll cope just fine.
[2:05] <abnormal> I can use google on pi...
[2:06] <l_r> [Saint], last time i saw comparisons , you can find many on youtube - all the boards were behinf the rpi because no hw accellaration supported (probably because of lack fo doc to allow people implement one)
[2:06] <[Saint]> last time you saw comparisons, there wasn't $35 1.5GHz quadcore SBCs either.
[2:06] <[Saint]> So, moot.
[2:07] <[Saint]> Can it do realtime decode? Yes...aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaand, there we go.
[2:07] <MarsNL> whats this eMMC5.0 HS400 Flash Storage
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[2:08] <MarsNL> i dont find how much space on it
[2:09] <ShorTie> think it depends on the size you buy
[2:09] <[Saint]> there isn't any, that's why.
[2:09] <[Saint]> note that it says 'slot'
[2:09] <[Saint]> (its optional)
[2:09] <MarsNL> yes but i didnt saw a chip
[2:10] <MarsNL> I think onboard mem is good
[2:10] <[Saint]> did you look in the huge panel of extras underneath the main listing?
[2:10] <[Saint]> they're kinda hard to miss:
[2:10] <[Saint]> http://hardkernel.com/main/products/prdt_info.php
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[2:10] <MarsNL> thanks, brb
[2:11] <[Saint]> 8 and 16GB variants, if you're having trouble finding it.
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[2:11] <[Saint]> fairly expensive, but orders of magnitude faster than sd.
[2:11] <MarsNL> oh its also microsd
[2:11] <[Saint]> Indeed.
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[2:11] <shiftplusone> a bit oddly placed, but hey
[2:12] <MarsNL> so no advantage over the rpi
[2:12] <ShorTie> 8-64gb modules
[2:12] <[Saint]> It also has an RTC, which means I won't be seeing huge scews in fakehwclock when devices fall off the network anymore.
[2:12] <[Saint]> MarsNL: it has some huge advantages over the pi...
[2:13] <[Saint]> 1: it doesn't share a bus with the network adapter
[2:13] <[Saint]> 2: it supports UHS-I
[2:13] <MarsNL> Rtc so no ntpd hehe
[2:13] <MarsNL> I like the on off button
[2:13] <MarsNL> the chart blows the rpi away
[2:13] <shiftplusone> enough advertising competitor products XD
[2:14] <MarsNL> can you also hotswap?
[2:14] <[Saint]> The biggest advantage raspberrypi has is something that Hardkernel can't sell
[2:14] * nerdboy lost some changes between copies back and forth
[2:14] <[Saint]> shiftpluso...errr, I mean, community!
[2:14] <shiftplusone> lol
[2:15] <MarsNL> true, big community
[2:15] <nerdboy> can also think of it like an arduino's weird uncle
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[2:16] <MarsNL> The Rpi is actually one of my coolest bought items from the last years
[2:16] <nerdboy> hey, i have more pi's than anything else...
[2:17] <MarsNL> hehe
[2:17] <MarsNL> how much of them do you have?
[2:17] <nerdboy> 2 b and 2 b+
[2:17] <abnormal> I have 5 of them
[2:18] <abnormal> and a BBB
[2:18] <nerdboy> one b+ is "stocking stuffer" for younger kid
[2:18] <MarsNL> I think ill buy the b+
[2:18] <shiftplusone> That's one reason I'm not particularly worried about the C1. It's a good product, but the people who'd buy it are the people who'd buy it in addition to a pi rather than instead of it. Well, there are people who hate the pi with a passion, but they don't count.
[2:18] <MarsNL> is the beagleb cool?
[2:19] <nerdboy> black is interesting, still trying to figure out what to do with white
[2:19] <abnormal> yeh, somewhat...
[2:19] <nerdboy> other than test yocto builds...
[2:20] <MarsNL> I cannot understand people hate the pi. i only do that when my fs gets corrupted :)
[2:20] <abnormal> the pi has the best GPU
[2:20] <abnormal> fs?
[2:20] <MarsNL> i have 16 mb for my gpu. I need cpu
[2:20] <MarsNL> fs filesystem
[2:21] <nerdboy> black is target for current embedded project
[2:21] <MarsNL> 2x my fs got corrupt
[2:21] <shiftplusone> MarsNL, recently with the latest firmware?
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[2:21] <MarsNL> i have my fs on usb stick now
[2:21] <abnormal> ahh... then you need to find a way to store files like on a USB stick.
[2:21] <MarsNL> and umount /boot after booting
[2:22] <MarsNL> last time been a month or 2 ago
[2:22] <Duality> Jckf: i made this: http://pastebin.com/q02mdJWR
[2:22] <Duality> testing it on my laptop it works :)
[2:22] <abnormal> I have had all 5 pi's for over two years now and not one has done a fs corruption...
[2:22] <nerdboy> boot shouldn't get mounted unless fstab does it
[2:22] <[Saint]> ^
[2:22] <MarsNL> i also make an usb stick image now with an imager
[2:22] <nerdboy> just add noauto to mount options
[2:23] <nerdboy> or don't include it in fstab...
[2:23] <[Saint]> also, even if /boot was mounted, it shouldn't be read from or written to unless you specifically tell the system to do it.
[2:24] <[Saint]> there was a period some time ago, and I'm not sure if it has passed or not, but I hope so, where raspi-update could pretty reliably thrash the boot image.
[2:24] <MarsNL> i only need to write to yhe boot dir whrn i update or change config
[2:25] <[Saint]> but that's all I'm immediately aware of, and it required specific user interaction.
[2:25] <nerdboy> hmm, raspi-config has worked fine (so far) in recent inages
[2:26] <[Saint]> yeah, I'm probably thinking in terma of years ago now.
[2:26] <[Saint]> time flies when...pi, or something.
[2:26] <MarsNL> im on 3.12.28 now
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[2:27] <converge> I have two partitions boot (fat32) and disk2s2 (linux), but Im just able to format the boot partition, does someone knows why it happens ? or how to fix it ?
[2:27] <[Saint]> 3.17.4-1-ARCH
[2:28] <[Saint]> #archmasterrace
[2:28] <ShorTie> sdformatter will do the whole sdcard
[2:28] <MarsNL> i have raspbian and stripped all x crap out
[2:28] <[Saint]> Why do people bother doing that?
[2:28] <converge> ShorTie: is there a mac version ?
[2:29] <ShorTie> got me
[2:29] <[Saint]> There's quite literally dozens of minimal raspbian images out there these days.
[2:29] <MarsNL> did anyone compile a kernel on the rpi? i think its of no use because the hardware is always the same
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[2:29] <ShorTie> yup, needed to mod the sources
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[2:30] <converge> ShorTie: already tried sdformatter, but the only possible partition to format is the boot
[2:30] <ShorTie> gotta go into the options
[2:30] <nerdboy> you can wipe the card and try to reformat
[2:31] <[Saint]> smells like Windows hating on ext
[2:31] <nerdboy> using dd...
[2:31] <[Saint]> he says, speculating wildly
[2:31] <ShorTie> format size adjustment
[2:31] <nerdboy> sudo dd if=/dev/zero of=${DISK} bs=1M count=10 <= kill partition table
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[2:33] <shiftplusone> bah.... 300 euros per day to do a free-roam tour of Chernobyl O_o
[2:33] <shiftplusone> (completely off topic, yes >.>)
[2:34] <ShorTie> does that come with a radiation suite ??
[2:35] <shiftplusone> nope
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[2:37] * [Saint] is willing to bet that "free roam" isn't...well, ...free.
[2:38] <[Saint]> "Hey, what about the big concrete and lead box? Can we go in there?"
[2:39] <shiftplusone> free in the sense that you're not on a tour bus going through a determined path, but yeah.
[2:39] <abnormal> well that sucks
[2:39] <abnormal> I'd rather walk anywhere I please...
[2:40] <ShorTie> you can only do that on your own land
[2:41] <[Saint]> Get out of here, Stalker!
[2:41] <abnormal> lol... bull pooie
[2:42] <abnormal> I'll walk where I please... dang nabbit...
[2:42] <shiftplusone> Stalker... brilliant game, shame it's so damn buggy
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[2:42] <abnormal> well get the bug spray out...
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[2:44] <[Saint]> Wow. Really?
[2:44] <[Saint]> Was it /that/ long ago, no one got that reference?
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[2:44] <shiftplusone> Think I'll save up for the tour. Should be interesting.
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[2:46] <ShorTie> yup, might be a glowing experience
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[2:46] <shiftplusone> heh
[2:46] <converge> I was using rpi last night and today I have this message: Kernel Panic : VFS :Unable to mount root fs on unknown-block , does someone knows how to fix it?
[2:46] <abnormal> lol
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[2:46] <converge> already reformatted the sd card
[2:48] <ShorTie> normally just writing a good image is format enough
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[2:48] <converge> Im using raspbian, should I try another one?
[2:50] <ShorTie> raspbian is like the best for the pi, has the most special sauce in it
[2:50] <shiftplusone> how are you writing the image?
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[2:50] <[Saint]> aha, I lagged out.
[2:51] <converge> ShorTie: sudo dd bs=1m if=2014-09-09-wheezy-raspbian.img of=/dev/disk2
[2:51] <ShorTie> l@@ks right i think
[2:51] <shiftplusone> although that smells like a mac, thaat should be fine.
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[2:52] <abnormal> a big mac? from mickey dee?
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[2:55] <l_r> lol
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[2:58] <ShorTie> yuck, six dollar burger is much better
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[2:59] <abnormal> or wifie made...
[3:00] <ShorTie> hard to beat home made anything
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[3:01] * shiftplusone can think of a lot of things that should've be improvised at home >.>
[3:03] <abnormal> really? like what?
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[3:04] <Aldem> I wanna redo the wiring in the attic next summer
[3:04] <ShorTie> whelp, my mom's tuns fish and lime jello wasn't really very good
[3:04] <ShorTie> tuna*
[3:05] <ShorTie> that is more of a winter project i would think
[3:06] <Aldem> Homemade sex
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[3:07] <shiftplusone> sure, condoms should probably be store bought, but I'd rather not continue that line of discussion <.<
[3:07] <abnormal> oh yum, I love tuna with lime jello
[3:07] <Aldem> I once saw USED condoms on amazon
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[3:08] <Aldem> http://www.vh1.com/celebrity/bwe/images/2009/07/cheap-condoms-13163-1248300309-4.jpg
[3:08] <shiftplusone> Something you wouldn't think would be good but is... cranberry, brie and bacon sandwich. The local cafe has them and I was a bit sceptical about buying them... now it's like my daily sammich.
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[3:12] <abnormal> nice, shiftplusone ... I go to b
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[3:12] <abnormal> barnes and nobles and get their coffee
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[3:13] <ozzzy> I get no-name dark roast for 5.97/kg
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[3:14] <abnormal> nice, ozzzy
[3:14] <shiftplusone> bah, tea is where it's at.
[3:14] <shiftplusone> Though cambridge water is terrible and I've started drinking coffee, since it masks out the terribleness with its own terribleness. >.>
[3:15] <ozzzy> which cambridge
[3:15] <shiftplusone> uk
[3:15] <ozzzy> ahhh
[3:15] <[Saint]> I thought you guys only drank Vegemite.
[3:15] <ozzzy> the cambridge just up the road has decent water
[3:15] <ozzzy> vegemite is aussie
[3:15] <ozzzy> they have marmite in jolly olde
[3:15] <[Saint]> So is shiftplusone
[3:16] <shiftplusone> I can't stand the stuff >_<
[3:16] <ozzzy> well.. he's bitching about youkay water
[3:16] <shiftplusone> ozzzy, just in UK for work.
[3:17] <ozzzy> ahhh
[3:17] <abnormal> well, we in amereeka use recycled water...
[3:17] <ozzzy> then quit yer bitchin' LOL
[3:17] <shiftplusone> heh
[3:17] <[Saint]> shiftplusone: Promite fan huh?
[3:17] * [Saint] runs
[3:17] <shiftplusone> >=/
[3:17] * ozzzy puts marmite in stews
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[5:02] <abnormal> so, no topics, eh?
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[5:27] <converge> is it possible to rewrite boot partition ? I mean, rewrite boot content
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[5:28] <abnormal> yes, just reinstall it
[5:28] <converge> where can I download it ?
[5:29] <converge> I just can find images
[5:29] <abnormal> just reinstall raspbian... www.raspberrypi.org
[5:30] <converge> abnormal: just did it, but I think my problem is at the boot time, before reading the linux image
[5:31] <abnormal> you mean the time it takes to boot up?
[5:32] <converge> no, it's about boot can't find the partition with linux image
[5:32] <abnormal> ok, where is the boot partition at?
[5:33] <converge> I have this sd card, 2 partitions, one called boot(50mb), and another one disk2s2 (7gb)
[5:35] <abnormal> ok, you need to have the SD card completely one partition. period. any other partitions you want will have to be external of the SD card. don't know why, but that is my experience.
[5:36] <converge> abnormal: I bought this rasp. pi and the sd card came like this
[5:37] <abnormal> you mean it has NOOBS on it?
[5:37] <converge> but, I agree with you, I dont need a separeted boot partition, Im just not able to delete it all and create a new one
[5:37] <converge> abnormal: i have rasbian
[5:38] <abnormal> wasn't this talked about earlier? they gave a command to fix it.
[5:38] <converge> no..
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[5:39] <abnormal> ok just a min...
[5:40] <abnormal> sudo dd if=/dev/zero of=${DISK} bs=1M count=10 <= kill partition table
[5:40] <abnormal> <converge> ShorTie: sudo dd bs=1m if=2014-09-09-wheezy-raspbian.img of=/dev/disk2
[5:41] <converge> nice, I did that, but didnt work, ill try again
[5:41] <abnormal> ok
[5:41] <abnormal> lemme know...
[5:41] <abnormal> brb
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[5:44] <converge> ok
[5:45] <converge> abnormal: http://cl.ly/image/3y1T1R1o2i0K
[5:45] <converge> unfortunately didnt work
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[5:47] <CADBOT> Hi all! is any of the os installed to the pi itself, or is it all on the SD card?
[5:47] <CADBOT> i.e. could I have two sd cards with two Oss
[5:48] <CADBOT> And swap between them w/o a problem?
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[5:48] <CADBOT> Or are there bits installed on the actual pi itself that would interfere with this
[5:50] <Triffid_Hunter> CADBOT: yep it's all on the card, swap away
[5:50] <CADBOT> Awesome thanks!
[5:50] <Triffid_Hunter> CADBOT: just be aware, if you've bought keys for the hardware video decoders, they're specific to a particular pi
[5:50] <Triffid_Hunter> but they're stored on the card
[5:51] <CADBOT> Can i use the decoders on multiple cards?
[5:51] <CADBOT> Also I rather doubt it, but has anyone figured out a non limelight steam streaming solution?
[5:51] <CADBOT> My tower is AMD based, so I can't use limelight
[5:52] <Triffid_Hunter> wtf is limelight?
[5:52] <CADBOT> I'm debating repurposing my pi from a HTPC to a VPN because of this
[5:52] <CADBOT> It's reverse engineered Nvidia tech, that allows you to stream from an nvidia pc to your pi
[5:52] <abnormal> google it
[5:53] <CADBOT> http://limelight-stream.com/
[5:53] <CADBOT> But yeah, I can reuse the decoders, correct?
[5:53] <CADBOT> I'd assume so as the keys are based on your cpu ID
[5:54] <abnormal> well, if you are going to swap SD cards, I suggest you put the decoders on each card then you would be able to do it.
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[6:37] <abnormal> anyone buying a pi-top?
[6:39] <abnormal> http://www.pi-top.com/
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[6:49] <abnormal> http://odroid.co.uk/
[6:58] <Elezium> abnormal: sweet little thing
[6:58] <abnormal> yup sure is...
[6:59] <abnormal> dunno if it is dependable tho... never had one...
[6:59] <Elezium> yeah.. but for 35$.. tempting.
[7:00] <abnormal> sure is... evilish
[7:05] <MrHotwire> what is a pi-top?
[7:06] <MrHotwire> very interesting...
[7:06] <MrHotwire> very very...
[7:06] <MrHotwire> and its only $35...
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[7:09] <MrHotwire> ITs not $35... its more like $300
[7:09] <MrHotwire> more then an actual netbook.
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[7:21] <abnormal> no, about $168.00
[7:22] <abnormal> google the pi-top
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[7:40] <Mr_Sheesh> Seems like a lil more than an Android Tablet though
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[7:40] <abnormal> yes, but can you use the tablet to do development stuff?
[7:42] <abnormal> the pi-top has access to its internals to hook things up to it...
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[7:44] <abnormal> I think it is a wonderful setup. it would allow students to portable them without fear of damage to the pi and its contents to do experiments.
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[7:44] <abnormal> all self contained.
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[7:45] <abnormal> and if you want, you could switch the pi with the Odroid C1 board and it will out perform a standard lappy.
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[8:32] <botnut> hi all - anyone have any luck installing Python 3.4.2 on RPI B+ or A+?
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[8:34] <azjo> Hi, i 1x2gb SDcard and 1x2gb USB, id like to install an alternative to raspbian which can fit in just 2gb. any alternatives?
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[8:48] <Herb_Tarlek> Pidora claims you only need 2GB to install: http://zenit.senecac.on.ca/wiki/index.php/Pidora_Installation
[8:49] <botnut> azjo - why not upgrade to a larger card? 2gb is not that much to play with
[8:49] <azjo> thats all i have atm unfortunaly
[8:50] <DMackey> I only use 16gb cards myself
[8:50] <DMackey> Picked up a PNY 16gb at Walmart for $14 tonight
[8:50] <botnut> I used to use only 8gb but then it just didn't work for me - so I upped it to 32gb each
[8:50] <DMackey> I haven't tried a 32gb card yet
[8:50] <Herb_Tarlek> I use a 4GB and an 8GB because that's what I had sitting around
[8:51] <azjo> all i need is the ability to wol in my lan
[8:51] <DMackey> what ever is handy is the way to go
[8:51] <Herb_Tarlek> ZNC doesn't need much, anyway
[8:51] <azjo> how exactly does this dd command work?
[8:52] <DMackey> I only have that Onion TOR wifi AP going and a web server
[8:52] <DMackey> azjo, I need to learn that myself so I can back up my cards so if anything goes wrong I can recover quickly
[8:53] <DMackey> Adaptec AHA-1510 DOS Drivers
[8:53] <DMackey> Ooopps wrong screen
[8:53] <azjo> what exactly is raspberry pi NOOBS?
[8:54] <azjo> is it an actual os where i can install what i want?
[8:54] <Herb_Tarlek> It's a "beginner's" way to get started
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[8:54] <azjo> so what does it do exactly?
[8:55] <azjo> the only useful screenie ive seen, is something that looks like u can easily boot or install many other OS's
[8:55] <Herb_Tarlek> It's raspbian
[8:55] <Herb_Tarlek> basically
[8:55] <u-ou> the last NOOBS I got only had raspbian
[8:55] <u-ou> which is good for me because that's all I want
[8:55] <u-ou> but an older version had about 5 others
[8:55] <Herb_Tarlek> supposedly the new version supports multiple OSes
[8:56] <u-ou> new?
[8:56] <azjo> noobs is raspbian? or it can boot raspbian u mean?
[8:56] <u-ou> hmm
[8:56] <u-ou> maybe they sent me an old one?
[8:56] <Herb_Tarlek> #2
[8:56] <Herb_Tarlek> well, relatively new
[8:57] <u-ou> the one that was supposed to be a newer version only had raspbian
[8:57] <u-ou> and it was already installed
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[9:00] <azjo> aha, noobs is just an install manager? nothing else? no gui where i can install other programs??
[9:01] <u-ou> it boots to a gui which lets you install various operating systems
[9:01] <u-ou> or boots to a gui which lets you run preinstalled raspbian as the case may be
[9:02] <u-ou> the latter is more convinient for me
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[9:03] <azjo> can i install programs in this preinstalled state?
[9:04] <u-ou> i've never tried but i don't see why not
[9:04] <azjo> great
[9:04] <u-ou> (it has apt)
[9:05] <Herb_Tarlek> assuming you have free space on the card after installing the OS, yes
[9:05] <azjo> so when doing noobs, the idea is to install on a usb, and then u can install on the sd card, i assume?
[9:05] <azjo> an other os
[9:06] <azjo> oh ffs.. what is the difference between network only and network and offline?
[9:07] <Herb_Tarlek> When you download the files
[9:07] <Herb_Tarlek> offline = getting the files ahead of time
[9:07] <azjo> the network only cant possibly be with preinstalled raspbian??
[9:08] <Herb_Tarlek> network only = getting the bare minimum of files to run the installer and then choosing what to download
[9:10] <azjo> so this network only installer can both install on the usb i will copy it to, and to an sd card?
[9:10] <Herb_Tarlek> If this is your first time with Linux/Raspberry Pi I'd recommend getting the offline copy
[9:10] <Herb_Tarlek> It's easier to work with
[9:10] <azjo> how?
[9:11] <Herb_Tarlek> Because you can use the installer to write the OS to the SD card all at once
[9:13] <azjo> im not sure what you mean? the offline installer has 700mb of data.. which is what? just raspbian which has to be installed elsewhere?
[9:15] <Herb_Tarlek> The offline install is a .zip file, which when you unpack it should be a .img file
[9:15] <azjo> and what does it contain?
[9:18] <Herb_Tarlek> which you then use win32 disk imager ( http://sourceforge.net/projects/win32diskimager/ ) to write to the SD card
[9:18] <azjo> and network only cant do that?
[9:18] <Herb_Tarlek> Note that the Raspbian (or Noobs) install might be too big for your 2GB SD card
[9:19] <azjo> oh noobs is also too big?? ugh
[9:19] <Herb_Tarlek> maybe, I haven't used it
[9:19] <Herb_Tarlek> that's why I linked to Pidora, they say 2GB is enough
[9:21] <azjo> i can get noobs network only, and then install pidora on my sd card, right?
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[9:22] <Herb_Tarlek> I haven't used Noobs, so I couldn't tell you
[9:23] <azjo> just found a pic on google that seems it can be done
[9:23] <azjo> aaand, i just got the offline down version down anyway :p
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[9:38] <azjo> im a total newb with rpi btw. i just turned it on and its connected with hdmi to my tv. shouldnt it work?
[9:39] <azjo> all i get is a black screen
[9:46] <azjo> hmm i only get the red led.. must be DOA?
[9:48] <azjo> how do i choose whether it should both on USB or sd card?
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[11:57] <mfa298> azjo: the initial boot has to be off the SD card, it's then possible to have the rest of the OS on a USB stick but that's a more advanced setup (everything off SD is probably a better way to start)
[11:58] <mfa298> if you've only got a red LED that probably means it can't get the firmware it needs off the SD card, this could mean that the card isn't compatible or that the card isn't in properly
[12:03] <skyroveRR> Hey guys, I don't have the /sys/class/thermal directory to monitor the temperature since I'm using slackware, which software can I use to find the temp?
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[12:04] <domeniker> hey
[12:05] <ShorTie> Howdy .. :)~
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[12:14] <ShorTie> skyroveRR, since there is no /sys/class/thermal directory, i would guess you missed something in your kernel config
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[12:15] <DoctorD90> hello guys. i would use a jumper on gpio to connect 2pin to choose at boot various stuff, like start a wifi ap, or be an easy client. stuff like this, can i?
[12:16] <skyroveRR> ShorTie: where can I find the vcgencmd source?
[12:18] <domeniker> lol, someone knows a gui for mitm with the rpi?
[12:19] <DoctorD90> domeniker: mitm hasnt a gui. it is a couple of command. if you want learn, just use any common linux distro :)
[12:19] <DoctorD90> just need of ettercap or wireshark :-)
[12:19] <ShorTie> of the top of my head, don't know
[12:20] <ShorTie> but since google is saying /opt/vc/bin/vcgencmd, it is one of those raspberry things
[12:20] <skyroveRR> But where is the source code for that?
[12:21] <ShorTie> i'm thinking/crusin my notes
[12:21] <skyroveRR> Ok
[12:21] <ShorTie> know i played with it i think
[12:22] <DoctorD90> hortie, sorry, can i direct link 2pins on rpi? or i will break it?
[12:22] <DoctorD90> ShorTie*
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[12:23] <ShorTie> userland it l@@ks like
[12:24] <ShorTie> i would not directly short 2 pins, atleast put a current limiting resistor in
[12:24] <skyroveRR> Think I found it!
[12:25] <ShorTie> https://github.com/raspberrypi/userland
[12:25] <ShorTie> i think
[12:25] <domeniker> Thx DoctorD90, do u know urlsnarf, is there something like a http version for it?
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[12:26] <DoctorD90> domeniker: use kali for this kind of test, but make attention about what do you do.
[12:27] <DoctorD90> ShorTie: so is not a good idea use an easy jumper :P thx!
[12:27] <ShorTie> DoctorD90, this is to just start an ap on boot ??
[12:27] <domeniker> no, i already setup perfect hotspot and i want to analyze traffic on my br0 interface over a web interface
[12:28] <DoctorD90> domeniker: i repeat: just use kali distro :)
[12:29] <skyroveRR> ShorTie: I just ran this: export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/opt/vc/lib/:LD_LIBRARY_PATH; ldd /opt/vc/bin/vcgencmd and the command ran o/
[12:29] <domeniker> DoctorD90: but there is no Webinterface ;(
[12:29] <domeniker> DoctorD90: but thx
[12:30] <ShorTie> cool, so it is there but not in your path
[12:30] <skyroveRR> True.
[12:31] <ShorTie> you most likely could just copy it over to like /usr/bin if you want
[12:31] <DoctorD90> ShorTie: i have rpi and many times i havent a monitor, so i have mind to automize process at boot using gpio. for stuff like start a wifi ap, or similar :) wifi apnis just an idea. ...like now. i havent my wifi router, so i cant connet to rpi. using a jumperbon gpio, i can tell it to boot as wifi router insteadvbof simple client :)
[12:31] <skyroveRR> Yeah, make a symlink.
[12:31] <ShorTie> or that
[12:32] <DoctorD90> domeniker: in kali there is A LOT of good solution. and spoofing data on a network....is not an "easy" stuff. better log to a file and check then for what you want :)
[12:32] <domeniker> ok
[12:32] <domeniker> thx
[12:32] <DoctorD90> (wireshark do that ;) )
[12:32] <skyroveRR> The library is causing problems, btw.. keep getting 'no such file or directory' and makes me want to run ldd every time I switch terminals.
[12:35] <ShorTie> hmmm, not sure there, might try getting the userland.git and build/install it
[12:35] <ShorTie> slackware might not have the full/newest
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[12:45] <azjo> i just dd pidora to a 2gb sd card. it says error cant read rtc, and at last line it says: PANIC: VFS: unable to mount root fs on unknown-block(179,2). any idea guys?
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[13:44] <azjo> whats the smallest working OS for raspberry pi which contains possibility for downloading programs etc? i need one under 2gb
[13:44] <heller\> raspbian?
[13:46] <Martin204> rb pi good for learning ARM assembler?
[13:46] <ShorTie> arch
[13:47] <ShorTie> or you could do the raspbian net install
[13:47] <azjo> they are all just above 2gb tho?
[13:48] <azjo> i wasnt allowed to install anything from NOOBS
[13:48] <Martin204> why are you limited to 2gib?
[13:49] <azjo> thats all i have
[13:49] <ShorTie> 1st dump NOOBS, it's a sdcard space killer
[13:49] <azjo> i tried to dd pidora but not enough space apparently
[13:49] <ShorTie> NOOBS most likely just about used up the whole 2gb
[13:50] <Martin204> get a minimal image
[13:50] <Martin204> select only what you need.. you might be limited to only a console
[13:50] <azjo> a minimal image? such as?
[13:51] <Martin204> erh, not sure if its actually available for the rasberry pi
[13:51] <ShorTie> like raspbian net install or arch
[13:51] <Martin204> but... i know the have debian minimal images
[13:51] <azjo> hmm i do want some gui at least
[13:51] <Martin204> and... it should run on an ARM cpu right?
[13:52] <ShorTie> 2gb sdcard and gui may not happen
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[13:52] <ShorTie> most likely stuck to cli only
[13:52] <azjo> sigh
[13:52] <azjo> its abit weird i cant dd pidora when ppl say its possible though?
[13:53] <ShorTie> what model pi ??
[13:53] <azjo> b
[13:53] <ShorTie> got a windows machine ??
[13:53] <azjo> yes im on that
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[13:54] <ShorTie> use win32diskimager then
[13:54] <azjo> hmm
[13:55] <azjo> have u tried dd ?
[13:56] <DoctorD90> azjo, dd is for linux, a great solution :) but on windows, you have to use the software suggested on rpi site(i think is the software that ShorTie suggests you)
[13:57] <ShorTie> ya, but win32diskimager is so much simpler
[13:57] <DoctorD90> ah ok :P ...never used :)
[13:57] <azjo> i tried to dd pidora r3, but it keeps saying not enough space
[13:57] <DoctorD90> so, follow ShorTie's advice :)
[13:57] <ShorTie> <DoctorD90> azjo, dd is for linux, true, also mac
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[13:59] <azjo> gonna try win32diskimager
[13:59] <azjo> anyways, is dd really supposed to make a 50mb boot partition?
[14:00] <ShorTie> dd doesn't, it is the image that does
[14:00] <DoctorD90> :)
[14:00] <ShorTie> but ya 50mb sounds about right
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[14:01] <azjo> win32diskimager failed
[14:01] <azjo> not enough space on disk
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[14:02] <azjo> 42.etc sectors, but only 38.etc sectors
[14:02] <ShorTie> that is not win32diskimager's fault, it's because the sdcard is so small
[14:02] <azjo> yep
[14:03] <azjo> but its weird that ppl say its possible.. when i cant
[14:04] <ShorTie> check the date on the page, might be old and they are talking about like a different image
[14:04] <azjo> hmm, apparently its completely different
[14:05] <azjo> the pidora on raspberrypi.org only has version 3.. but that page talks about pidora 18
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[14:06] <ShorTie> l@@k around here http://downloads.raspberrypi.org/raspbian/images/
[14:06] <ShorTie> i think you will find 1 that will fit
[14:06] <azjo> aha thanks
[14:06] <ShorTie> not gonna be the latest, but should work i think
[14:07] <ShorTie> image size has gone crazy lately, with like wolfram and stuff
[14:07] <azjo> yeah the oldest one is only 440mb so it should be considerably under 2gb when extracted
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[14:07] <azjo> isnt there a place where i can see the size of these files?
[14:08] <ShorTie> that size does not matter
[14:09] <ShorTie> it is the size of the partition with in it
[14:09] <ShorTie> but there is a trick
[14:09] <ShorTie> find an old version of win32diskimager
[14:10] <ShorTie> it has like a bug in it that will still let you write the image to the sdcard
[14:10] <azjo> .. so what when theres no more space to write on?
[14:11] <ShorTie> all images have 2 partition, if the 2nd 1 is bigger then the sdcard it will fail
[14:11] <ShorTie> doesn't mean that that partition is actually full of files
[14:12] <ShorTie> just that is just the size of it
[14:13] <azjo> like what version?
[14:13] <azjo> of diskimager
[14:14] <ShorTie> sorry, i forget that
[14:15] <ShorTie> take your pick and find the 1 maybe, http://sourceforge.net/projects/win32diskimager/files/Archive/
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[14:17] <ShorTie> i just read about that myself the other day, but didn't take note on which version, sorry
[14:17] <ShorTie> let me know Pleaze
[14:19] <azjo> i just tried 0.6 which is the oldest. no go
[14:20] <ShorTie> all i can say try them all, sorry
[14:20] <ShorTie> it truely doesn't have to be a sdcard
[14:20] <ShorTie> you can use a usb flash drive or hard drive
[14:21] <ShorTie> just 1 quick mod to the cmdline.txt file is all that is needed
[14:22] <ShorTie> i have a 2gb sdcard i use to boot to a 500gb hard drive
[14:22] <ShorTie> about the only good i can think of for it
[14:23] <azjo> how do u boot from the 2gb sdcard to the hd?
[14:23] <ShorTie> but, i got sdcards coming out my ying-yang
[14:23] <azjo> anyways, i just got an older version of pidora down now, its working
[14:23] <azjo> 1,9gb
[14:24] <ShorTie> go into cmdline.txt on the sdcard, which can be done from windows
[14:24] <azjo> theres no files on the sdcard tho? its completely empty?
[14:24] <ShorTie> and change root=/dev/mmcblk0p2 to root=/dev/sda2
[14:25] <azjo> oh when it is installed
[14:25] <ShorTie> the just write an image with win32diskimager to the other device
[14:26] <ShorTie> so, ok, write the image to the other device
[14:26] <ShorTie> copy all the files windows see's to your hard drive some place
[14:26] <ShorTie> format sdcard with sdformatter
[14:27] <ShorTie> copy files to sdcard
[14:27] <ShorTie> mod cmdline.txt
[14:27] <ShorTie> attach all to pi and boot
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[14:27] <ShorTie> done deal
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[14:27] <azjo> mmcblk0p2 means partititon 2 i assume?
[14:28] <ShorTie> yes sir
[14:28] <ShorTie> of the sdcard
[14:28] <azjo> simple, thanks man ;p
[14:28] <ShorTie> No Problem
[14:28] <azjo> but for now, all i have is:
[14:28] <azjo> 2gb sd
[14:28] <azjo> and 2gb usb
[14:28] <azjo> ;D
[14:29] <azjo> what if i want to use the usb?
[14:29] <azjo> would that be sda2 aswell?
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[14:30] <ShorTie> you really need something bigger then 2gb
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[14:30] <ShorTie> atleast 4gb if not more like 8gb or bigger
[14:31] <azjo> yeah im just being stubborn cos i really want it to work as a wol for my lan when im going on holiday
[14:32] <ShorTie> interesting, have fun
[14:34] <azjo> meh, i already set up live ubuntu on an old laptop, but i might aswell save some energy.. but so far linus wont let me
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[14:36] <ShorTie> do you have access to another linux pc ??
[14:37] <ShorTie> oh, ok, put the images on that laptop
[14:38] <ShorTie> get https://www.dropbox.com/s/c0t13u5awa60kwy/Image_Shrinker.tar.bz2
[14:38] <ShorTie> and run it on the image
[14:38] <azjo> im also running ubuntu on vmware btw ;p
[14:38] <ShorTie> it will shrink the 2nd partition to the smallest size
[14:39] <azjo> how do i use it?
[14:39] <ShorTie> of course i've never tried it on a real linux box, but it should work i think
[14:39] <azjo> .sh?
[14:39] <ShorTie> i wrote and tested on a pi
[14:40] <ShorTie> ya, bash file
[14:40] <azjo> so how does it work?
[14:41] <ShorTie> just ./Image_Shrinker.sh <file_name>
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[14:45] <azjo> it doesnt work?
[14:45] <Encrypt> Hello there o/
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[14:45] <Encrypt> I'm wondering: Have Eben or Liz ever been on IRC?
[14:45] <ShorTie> oh really, what's the error ??
[14:45] <azjo> cmd not found?
[14:46] <azjo> im newb btw, so i can easily miss something
[14:46] <Encrypt> azjo, Are you in the right directory?
[14:46] <ShorTie> does it give line # or something more then that ??
[14:47] <Encrypt> azjo, Run the following command:
[14:47] <azjo> i am on /Desktop, where all the files are
[14:47] <Encrypt> ls | grep Image_Shrinker.sh | wc -l
[14:47] * ShorTie thinkz, irc is beneath Eben or Liz
[14:47] <Encrypt> If it returns 0, you're not in the right directory
[14:48] <azjo> yep, 0
[14:48] <Encrypt> So, Image_Shrinker.sh is not in this directory
[14:49] <Encrypt> azjo, Isn't it in "Downloads"?
[14:49] <azjo> no i just moved it
[14:49] <Encrypt> Ok :]
[14:49] <azjo> (before i did any cmd)
[14:49] <azjo> uhm
[14:49] <azjo> i actually extracted the file
[14:49] <azjo> so its the .sh file
[14:50] <azjo> ..in windows, and then i copied it to linux. that cant possibly make the fault
[14:50] <heller\> is there any away to copy raspberry pi images so they would they same size as sd-card
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[14:52] <Triffid_Hunter> heller\: sure, dd first then fix partition table and resize2fs
[14:52] <ShorTie> try a 'chmod +x Image_Shrinker.sh' in the directory you moved it to
[14:52] <heurist> azjo: windows may have borked the permissions on the file. show us the output of of ls -l Image_Shrinker.sh make sure it has x permissions set.
[14:53] <Encrypt> ShorTie, But if he gets 0, then the problem is not permissions for the moment :]
[14:53] <ShorTie> that is not a windows program, just linux
[14:54] <Triffid_Hunter> oh if you're shrinking you have to resize2fs first, then fix partition table
[14:55] <azjo> chmod returns no such file or directory
[14:55] <heller\> Triffid_Hunter: with windows :p
[14:56] <heller\> im using win32 disk imager, but i can read rpi sd-cards only less than 3mbit/s
[14:56] <heurist> azjo: then the file is not there. you put it in the wrong place, or you are in the wrong place, or you are typing the name wrong. (note that is is case sensitive).
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[14:56] <azjo> screenie: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/4539576/ImageShrinker.JPG
[14:57] <Triffid_Hunter> heller\: oh, no idea then, haven't used windows in over a decade ;)
[14:57] <ShorTie> <Triffid_Hunter, it does all that for you
[14:57] <heller\> hehe
[14:58] <Encrypt> Oh, azjo
[14:58] <Encrypt> Beware, GNU/Linux is cAsE sEnSiTiVe!
[14:58] <Encrypt> azjo, You're in the right directory
[14:58] <ShorTie> no, it's a linux bash script i wrote up
[14:58] <heurist> azjo: the command you where told to run was "./Image_Shrinker.sh <file_name>" that is not the same as leaving the ./ off the start. and you chmod command is not correct in terms of case.
[14:58] <Encrypt> But everything you type is not well written
[14:59] <azjo> whats wrong with Image_Shrinker.sh Pidora-2014-R3.img ?!
[14:59] <azjo> or the ./ added version
[15:00] <Encrypt> azjo, Tip: when you want to "act" on files, start typing the beginning then press twice on Tab to autocomplete the nampe
[15:00] <heurist> azjo: no ./ at the start it should be ./Image_Shrinker.sh ...
[15:01] <azjo> yay it works
[15:01] <azjo> and i just shook head at myself for that ./ mistake ;p
[15:01] <azjo> however, now it asks, is this a desktop image?
[15:01] <azjo> im gonna say.. no?
[15:03] <ShorTie> that adjusts the FUDGE_FACTOR, or free space in the image
[15:03] <ShorTie> you need more free space to boot into a desktop then cli
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[15:04] <azjo> so do i say y or n?
[15:04] <ShorTie> whelp, off to take care of the chicks
[15:04] <ShorTie> Be Back In A Bit
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[15:06] <azjo> the size difference is zero, with y or with n
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[15:08] <azjo> that wheezy raspbian old version i downloaded is not booting either
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[15:44] <Duality> shiftplusone: are you online :)?
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[15:56] <ClepCidre> hello i mwondering xhere i couldfind the quake3.git. because the github is not working
[15:56] <ClepCidre> i v got a 403 error
[15:56] <ClepCidre> i v got a 403 erromy bad
[15:57] <ClepCidre> i v got it
[15:57] <ClepCidre> anjoy xmas
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[16:51] <heller\> what state are pins if they are not defined on any scripts?
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[16:55] <HoloPed> Is it possible to have pixel-level control over a thermal printer, like this one - http://www.adafruit.com/product/597
[16:56] <HoloPed> I want to print images
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[17:17] <SpeedEvil> Read the friendly manual
[17:17] <SpeedEvil> 'Custom monochrome bitmap graphics!
[17:17] <SpeedEvil> There is of course the question if this is custom 'chars' or if it's actual full bitmap
[17:18] <SpeedEvil> https://learn.adafruit.com/pi-thermal-printer
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[17:19] <SpeedEvil> or look at the pictures in the article, if you can't read
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[17:29] <martk100> Is there an easy way to stop lxde and use xfce . I do not seem to have .xinitrc file.
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[18:00] <HoloPed> SpeedEvil, I read that, it really doesn't show how to print anything custom
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[18:09] <nimoot> Soo, /tmp is on ramdisk.
[18:09] <nimoot> df -h doesn't say how much space is alloted to it.
[18:09] <nimoot> And idea?
[18:10] <heller\> free -m
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[18:12] <nimoot> hmm
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[18:12] <nimoot> /dev, /run, /run/shm, /run/lock show up as tpbfs when I df -h
[18:13] <nimoot> Why not /tmp?
[18:13] <nimoot> And then I "ls -la /", /tmp is highlighted green.
[18:13] <nimoot> s/then/when/
[18:14] <nimoot> If it is a on ram, why doesn't it show up there?
[18:16] <SpeedEvil> HoloPed: so read the datasheet.
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[19:13] <tblake3> Can someone help me get setup with postfix to send mail via Gmail? I was following this tutorial: https://rtcamp.com/tutorials/linux/ubuntu-postfix-gmail-smtp/ But got as far as editing /etc/postfix/main.cf and got this error : postmap: warning: inet_protocols disabling IPv6 name/address support: Address family not supported by protocol.
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[19:55] <tblake3> Need help with postfix! ...status=bounced (host smpt.gmail.com said 530-5.5.1 Authentication Required
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[20:18] <heller\> anyone familiar with open collectors and raspberry pi?
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[20:46] <LanDi> anyone here uses transmission-cli ?
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[20:56] <MrHotwire> Good afternoon, sorry for the disconnect.
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[21:14] <MrHotwire> Im looking for a member who has MapServer experience with Raspian
[21:14] <MrHotwire> raspbian
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[21:33] <Encrypt> I DO want the same thing: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hS5uUtUZpVI
[21:33] <Encrypt> :D
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[21:36] <Encrypt> Has anyone installed Asterisk on their pi?
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[22:48] <mwcampbell1> Is there any reason why a Class 10 microSDHC card might not work on the model B+?
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[22:48] <Froolap> You put it in upside down
[22:49] <mwcampbell1> haha
[22:49] <mwcampbell1> No, I don't actually have the card or the Pi yet. I just wanted to make sure that a Class 10 microSDHC card would be OK.
[22:50] <Froolap> well if it's 32 gig or less, should work.
[22:50] <mwcampbell1> OK, thanks
[22:50] <Froolap> as long as you follow the instructions for installing the image.
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[23:35] <shiftplusone> Duality: am now, what's up?
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[23:59] <Duality> shiftplusone: sorry don't need you anymore :)
[23:59] <shiftplusone> ='(

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