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IRC Log for 2015-01-01

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[0:00] <acidjazz> jshearer: oic yea,, the last release is 2013-03-R1b correct
[0:00] <jshearer> ja
[0:00] <acidjazz> jshearer: but the community and contributions are still more active
[0:01] <acidjazz> hmm
[0:01] <jshearer> Okay cool. I'll try and set it up and see what happened. I tried turing off ifplugd and it didn't seem to make a difference
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[0:01] <acidjazz> jshearer: might not be the problem
[0:01] <jshearer> I'm seeing that :P
[0:02] <acidjazz> jshearer: i compiled from src but i think you can apt-get install kismet
[0:02] <jshearer> Okay. Trying now
[0:02] <jshearer> Grrrrr it wants to install all of the x bullshit
[0:03] <jshearer> Is kismet a gui tool?
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[0:04] <acidjazz> the client uses ncurses
[0:04] <acidjazz> i dont know about x
[0:04] <acidjazz> i compilde all from source
[0:04] <acidjazz> compiled*
[0:05] <jshearer> and it didn't need stuff like x11-common, libqt etc?
[0:05] <acidjazz> maybe
[0:05] <acidjazz> how big is the impact
[0:05] <acidjazz> my 32gb sd card was $9
[0:05] <acidjazz> release the ocd for once :)
[0:06] <jshearer> Mmm, true
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[0:53] <ParkerR> Hola
[0:53] <jb85> hello all
[0:53] <ParkerR> jb85: Hello
[0:55] <jb85> Ive already visited a few threads trying to resolve an issue, but maybe someone here has a solution. I just bout a b+, and after a few inserts the micro sd card no longer remains seated in its slot. I figured out it was a small latch, and I can send it back for replacement, but has anyone managed to repair this issue?
[0:56] <ozzzy_> if you try to repair it and do more damage they'll probably refuse warranty
[0:56] <ParkerR> MicroSD in an adpater?
[0:56] <ParkerR> Or did the B+ add a micro SD slot
[0:57] <jb85> they shrank the sd into a micro sd
[0:57] <ParkerR> Ahh then I dont know
[0:57] <jb85> http://i.imgur.com/3031eNk.jpg
[0:58] <jb85> no worries. ill send it back
[0:58] <ParkerR> Yeah if it has failed after only a few inserts then thats defective
[0:59] * ozzzy_ has never unseated his SD card
[0:59] <ParkerR> ozzzy_: Not a distro hopper eh? :D
[0:59] <jb85> I have a few of them, and just this one. but i figured id ask. I have way too many home projects going on. so many I thought about making a cluster. ugh
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[1:00] <jb85> but making a cluster is a project. so i need to project to project
[1:00] <ozzzy_> I install an OS and leave it there
[1:00] <ParkerR> Heh
[1:01] <abnormal> me too... distro hopping is too hard on the hard drive
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[1:05] <jb85> haha add windows 8 maintenance to my project lists.
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[1:10] <abnormal> why win 8?
[1:11] <ParkerR> Windows 10 is where it's at
[1:11] <abnormal> how about winabuntu 8?
[1:11] <ParkerR> Heh
[1:12] <abnormal> or winapup 9?
[1:23] <DMackey> My New years resolution, I'm not buying anything on ebay until next year. Common 2015 Buhahahaha!
[1:24] <abnormal> good for you!!! also don't buy anything from Amazon.com!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!111
[1:24] <ApolloJustice> My new years resolution is to not fry as many Pi's as I did this year.
[1:26] <abnormal> oh?
[1:26] <ApolloJustice> I killed 6 this year
[1:26] <ozzzy_> mine is not to fry as much chicken as I did
[1:26] <ApolloJustice> I'm bad at being careful
[1:26] <abnormal> I have 5 of them and have not fried one...
[1:26] <ApolloJustice> by being careful i mean handling wires
[1:27] <ApolloJustice> almost all of those Pi's fried are because I accidentally brushed something with a powered wire
[1:27] <ParkerR> Heh
[1:27] <ParkerR> I hacked mine up with a drememl and managed to not fry it
[1:27] <ApolloJustice> dang
[1:28] <ParkerR> http://imgur.com/a/d3Y9n
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[1:31] <DMackey> I have a gif card for Amazon though :)
[1:31] <ParkerR> DMackey: wow is it animated? :P
[1:32] <DMackey> So far I've been lucky that I havent killed any of the 6 RPi's I own
[1:32] <ApolloJustice> I have gotten the magic smoke out of 3 of them
[1:32] <ApolloJustice> The others just wouldn't power on
[1:32] <taza> WHAT ARE YOU DOING?
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[1:33] <ApolloJustice> Mishandling powered wires because shitty coordination
[1:33] <taza> ... so keep power wires away?
[1:33] <ApolloJustice> Lesson never learned
[1:33] <taza> I wish I was rich enough to shrug that much off.
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[1:34] <ApolloJustice> I just get most of my pi's second hand for about 15 to 20 bucks each
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[1:34] <taza> I can't shrug off $120 easy either
[1:35] <ApolloJustice> Yeah I probably shouldn't kill as many Pi's next year as I did this year
[1:35] <sla_erick> I got this message when trying to install v4l2loopback-dkms: "Module build for the currently running kernel was skipped since the kernel source for this kernel does not seem to be installed.". What does this means?
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[1:37] <ParkerR> sla_erick: Youl need headers
[1:37] <ParkerR> Wether it be from your package manager or from rpi-update
[1:37] <ParkerR> *You'll
[1:37] <taza> What was the format for the package?
[1:38] <taza> For the package name that is
[1:38] <sla_erick> ParkerR, I did a rpi-update earlier in the morning, should I install those heaer with apt-get? Do you know what is the name of the package?
[1:39] <sla_erick> *those headers
[1:39] <ParkerR> Hmm rpi-update last I checked pulled in headers
[1:41] <sla_erick> apt-get displays this: The following packages were automatically installed and are no longer required:dkms linux-headers-3.2.0-4-common linux-headers-3.2.0-4-rpi linux-headers-rpi linux-kbuild-3.2 module-assistant
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[4:39] <Wendell_> how do I modify the config for the x server?
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[4:41] <tchiwam> /etc/X11/xorg.conf .... if there's one .. Or then use xrandr, but I don't know if Rpi uses randr
[4:41] <Wendell_> xrandr exists on raspi, yeah
[4:41] <tchiwam> arandr is a neat gui interface for it
[4:41] <Wendell_> got no gui :P
[4:41] <Wendell_> that's wrong, actually!
[4:42] <Wendell_> you reminded me of something wonderful that I haven't been taking advantage of
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[4:43] <tchiwam> I usually run mine headless :) So don't quote me on anything
[4:43] <Wendell_> haha\
[4:43] <Wendell_> i'm trying to set it up with the Oculus Rift
[4:44] <tchiwam> The resolution of that gadget is well suited for the Rpi
[4:44] <Wendell_> Yeah I like how it's going so far
[4:44] <Wendell_> There's a bit of
[4:44] <Wendell_> noise?
[4:44] <Wendell_> on the side
[4:45] <Wendell_> looks like this
[4:45] <Wendell_> https://s3.amazonaws.com/pushbullet-uploads/ujwpxBW0HzU-3GtimzyMX92I6910LJwx3exwYVB8QGDs/IMG_20141229_171303.jpg
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[4:47] <tchiwam> Sure make a wiki of this thing, I'm going to poke one of my friends playing with the same goggle
[4:47] <abnormal> wonderful....
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[5:18] <Wendell_> Okay so why won't the X server show anything on screen :C
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[5:24] <tchiwam> Time to add -verbose on a ssh terminal :)
[5:24] <Wendell_> :D
[5:25] <ozzzy_> what is an oculus rift
[5:26] <Wendell_> http://oculus.com/
[5:26] <Wendell_> it's a virtual reality headset
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[5:27] <Wendell_> the one I have is http://oculus.com/dk2/
[5:29] <ozzzy_> ahhh
[5:29] <ozzzy_> neat
[5:29] <Wendell_> yeah it's a wonderful device
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[5:33] <taza> If you can use one
[5:33] <Wendell_> what do you mean?
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[5:34] <taza> I cannot see the effect of the Oculus
[5:34] <Wendell_> it's a virtual reality headset
[5:34] <Wendell_> what do you mean by effect?
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[5:34] <Wendell_> it's a stereoscopic viewer with sensors
[5:34] <taza> No, as in, when I put it on, I barely see anything, and definitely see no 3D
[5:34] <Wendell_> then maybe you need to adjust it
[5:34] <taza> Does nothing.
[5:35] <Wendell_> what's your IPD?
[5:35] <taza> IPD?
[5:35] <Wendell_> inter-pupillary distance
[5:35] <taza> Crazy.
[5:35] <Wendell_> it's a major part of properly configuring the Rift
[5:35] <Wendell_> and it does have a range, so people with an IPD of like
[5:35] <Wendell_> 73
[5:35] <Wendell_> or 50
[5:35] <taza> ... but to be fair, I also need custom glasses.
[5:35] <Wendell_> might not do as well when using it
[5:36] <taza> And my head is large enough to be dangerous so.
[5:36] <Wendell_> Yeah
[5:36] <Wendell_> it's a small but important problem with the Rift
[5:36] <taza> That is, my head is in fact large enough I almost died because of how large it is.
[5:36] <Wendell_> people with abnormal IPDs can't use the Rift
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[5:37] <taza> (Well, less the size itself and more the why it's that size)
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[5:37] <Wendell_> Ahh
[5:38] <Wendell_> My IPD is...
[5:38] <Wendell_> roughly 65
[5:38] <taza> What's your IPC?
[5:38] <taza> Err, ICP
[5:38] <Wendell_> insane clown posse?
[5:38] <Wendell_> xD
[5:38] <taza> That too
[5:38] <taza> Intracranial pressure.
[5:38] <Wendell_> I have no idea
[5:39] <taza> I do, and that's a problem.
[5:39] <Wendell_> but I remember it was pretty bad at birth
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[5:39] <Wendell_> Yeah, sounds like a problem
[5:40] <taza> But yeah, the Rift looks less like a miracle when you can't focus on the screen.
[5:40] <Wendell_> I'm sure
[5:40] <taza> Well, screens
[5:40] <Wendell_> Screen
[5:40] <Wendell_> it's one screen
[5:40] <taza> Ah
[5:40] <taza> I guess a custom-built Rift designed for my eyes would fix the issue, but...
[5:40] <Wendell_> Sure
[5:40] <taza> Also the lopsided skull
[5:40] <Wendell_> There are plenty of designs on how to print them
[5:41] <Wendell_> print them with a 3d printer
[5:41] <taza> Printing good lenses is a bit difficult
[5:41] <Wendell_> Not the lenses, the headsets
[5:41] <Wendell_> you'd have to buy the lenses
[5:41] <taza> Yes. And have them custom made.
[5:41] <Wendell_> Mhm
[5:41] <Wendell_> Well, that
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[5:41] <Wendell_> or you could order lenses that are made to work with glasses
[5:42] <taza> Also, design the headset in a way that the cyborg parts bolted to the side of my skull aren't a problem
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[5:42] <Wendell_> the reason that manufacturers won't do that is because it's too small of a group of people for it to be a major problem for them
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[5:42] <taza> Yeah I wish I didn't know what that feels like
[5:42] <Wendell_> there could be a manufacturer that makes headsets targeted towards that group of people but
[5:43] <Wendell_> yeah
[5:43] <Wendell_> I'm sorry you have to deal with that
[5:43] <taza> Eh, I'd be fine living my whole life without the Rift if my bloody back stopped aching.
[5:43] <taza> Plus, I can still get the 3D effect with a 240hz or faster display + 3D glasses.
[5:43] <Wendell_> Sure
[5:43] <taza> (Well, 3D glasses that work with my glasses)
[5:44] <taza> I actually know where I start getting the 3D effect - 170hz
[5:44] <ozzzy_> my displays run at 60
[5:44] <taza> Are your displays 3D?
[5:44] <ozzzy_> nope LOL
[5:45] <taza> Irrelevant to the point then.
[5:45] <Wendell_> xD
[5:46] <taza> I see people doing their 3D displays, but with most of the tech I just go "welp I can't see anything"
[5:47] <taza> A 240hz display and a 120hz set of 3d glasses well over my normal glasses however work
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[5:49] <Wendell_> x, y u no start D:
[5:50] <taza> (they had to eventually turn me into a cyborg and cut off chunks of my spine)
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[5:55] <taza> And well, not like "eyes focus kinda funky" is the worst problem to have
[5:55] <taza> I know several people who can't see 3D at all
[5:56] <Wendell_> yeah
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[5:57] <SevenEight_> morning folks
[5:57] <Wendell_> morning!
[5:58] <SevenEight_> just looking at the B+
[5:58] <Wendell_> good board
[5:58] <Wendell_> I like mine
[5:58] <SevenEight_> Do you have a case for it too?
[5:58] <Wendell_> Yep!
[5:58] <Wendell_> It's a good idea to get a case
[5:58] <Wendell_> I didn't get one with my B and I wasn't happy about that
[5:59] <SevenEight_> Is it true it's hard to find the right size case for the B+?
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[6:00] <SevenEight_> (because of the rounded corners of the circuit board)
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[6:01] <Wendell_> No
[6:02] <Wendell_> If you buy the ones that are built for it, you have no problems :P
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[6:02] <Wendell_> also, happy new year from the East coast of the USA!
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[6:02] <taza> Eh
[6:02] <SevenEight_> Happy new year to you too
[6:02] <Wendell_> thank you!
[6:03] <SevenEight_> is stating the obvious a common East Coast trait? :P
[6:04] <Wendell_> fuck if I know
[6:04] <Wendell_> I'm not social :D
[6:04] <SevenEight_> could've fooled me
[6:04] <Wendell_> offline, I'm not social
[6:04] <Wendell_> :P
[6:04] <SevenEight_> only offline?
[6:05] <SevenEight_> :D
[6:05] <taza> I've been feeling awful all day.
[6:05] <taza> I do not like this.
[6:05] <Wendell_> Go lie down, taza
[6:05] <Wendell_> D:
[6:05] <SevenEight_> I also hear you need a special kind of adaptor for the audio output ont he B+
[6:06] <Wendell_> really?
[6:06] <Wendell_> I haven't done anything with it, so I wouldn't know
[6:06] <SevenEight_> taza: Here, have an extra strong mint. :)
[6:06] <Wendell_> haha
[6:06] <taza> I can't handle anything right now.
[6:06] <taza> And I need to eat and it
[6:06] <Wendell_> sleeeep
[6:06] <taza> it's gonna make me feel like vomiting
[6:07] <SevenEight_> Yea, I think they've combined two sockets, the audio and ... what was it, I forget. So, you'd need an adaptor to separate them out
[6:08] <SevenEight_> taza: Of course, this could be a life-threatening condition.
[6:08] <taza> It actually is.
[6:08] <SevenEight_> taza: I mean, This could very well be the last time we speak to you here.
[6:08] <taza> It's already killed several family members.
[6:08] <taza> Ergo why I need to adhere to the treatment regimen, which has the side-effect of nausea.
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[6:09] <SevenEight_> erm, are you serious?
[6:09] <taza> Yes.
[6:09] <SevenEight_> I was only joking
[6:09] <SevenEight_> What exactly is it?
[6:09] <taza> It's a metabolic problem.
[6:09] <SevenEight_> I see
[6:10] <SevenEight_> sorry to hear that
[6:10] <taza> The way it kills you is strikingly similiar to type 2 diabetes.
[6:10] <SevenEight_> Oh I see
[6:11] <SevenEight_> say, how much of an improvement is B+ over the older models?
[6:11] <taza> Massively, plugging usb devices into it without a powered usb hub
[6:11] <SevenEight_> nice
[6:11] <taza> If you aren't doing that, maybe not so much
[6:11] <SevenEight_> I'll probably just run cli software on it.
[6:12] <SevenEight_> How well does it fare with gnome and what not?
[6:12] <taza> No better than B
[6:12] <taza> I wouldn't run Gnome on it
[6:12] <taza> LXDE runs fine though
[6:13] <SevenEight_> No, I think I'll just stick to bash.
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[6:13] <Wendell_> bash is always wonderful
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[6:14] <SevenEight_> I'll set one up just for this.
[6:14] <SevenEight_> and another for experiments
[6:14] <SevenEight_> is it safe to leave it switched on continuously?
[6:15] <taza> Yes
[6:15] <SevenEight_> I'll be running Raspberry vi on it
[6:16] <Wendell_> so what's that?
[6:16] <Wendell_> the website says nothing :D
[6:16] <Wendell_> OH
[6:16] <Wendell_> i'm dumb :D
[6:17] <SevenEight_> Honesty, is the best policy
[6:17] <SevenEight_> haha, baboom!
[6:17] <SevenEight_> :D
[6:17] <Wendell_> :P
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[6:20] <SevenEight_> Here: http://www.raspberrypi-spy.co.uk/2014/07/raspberry-pi-model-b-3-5mm-audiovideo-jack/
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[6:26] <SevenEight_> guys, what about USB speakers?
[6:26] <Wendell_> give 'em a try
[6:26] <SevenEight_> judging from those posts it sounds like a lot of bother to find the right cable and to get it to work.
[6:29] <SevenEight_> wendell_: do you have one plugged into your Pi?
[6:29] <Wendell_> A speaker?
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[6:29] <SevenEight_> USB
[6:29] <Wendell_> No
[6:29] <Wendell_> I don't own a usb speaker :P
[6:29] <Wendell_> Though
[6:29] <Wendell_> you could buy a USB soundcard
[6:29] <Wendell_> I do have one of those
[6:29] <SevenEight_> oh right
[6:29] <SevenEight_> Is that how you get audio from your B+?
[6:30] <Wendell_> I don't use my B+ for audio stuff
[6:30] <Wendell_> this is the USB soundcard I ordered for EMG stuff
[6:30] <Wendell_> www.amazon.com/gp/product/B001MSS6CS/
[6:30] <Wendell_> small, effective
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[6:32] <SevenEight_> mhm
[6:32] <SevenEight_> and less hassle than the combined audio hdmi output
[6:32] <Wendell_> yep
[6:33] <SevenEight_> wonder what made them go for something sounusable
[6:33] <Wendell_> form factor
[6:33] <Wendell_> and i'm willing to bet not too many people used the audio out port on the board
[6:34] <SevenEight_> probs not
[6:34] <Wendell_> because they either used HDMI out or they just didn't use audio
[6:34] <SevenEight_> I would need it for speakup/espeak
[6:34] <SevenEight_> espeak
[6:34] <Wendell_> yeah
[6:34] <Wendell_> are you using--
[6:35] <Wendell_> dumb question, probably
[6:35] <Wendell_> are you using a VI display?
[6:35] <SevenEight_> no, it's not
[6:35] <SevenEight_> yea
[6:35] <Wendell_> I was originally going to ask if you were going to be using a monitor
[6:35] <SevenEight_> I'm on jaws atm
[6:35] <Wendell_> then I remembered that you mentioned raspberry vi
[6:35] <Wendell_> jaws?
[6:35] <SevenEight_> No monitor unless I'm truly stuck
[6:35] <Wendell_> yeah
[6:36] <SevenEight_> jaws screen reader
[6:36] <Wendell_> audio?
[6:36] <SevenEight_> yes
[6:36] <Wendell_> I see
[6:39] <SevenEight_> micro sd
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[6:39] <SevenEight_> hmm, 64gb
[6:39] <Wendell_> do it!
[6:39] <SevenEight_> can B+ handle a 64gb card?
[6:39] <Wendell_> I bet
[6:40] <Wendell_> I replaced the 32 gig in my phone with a 64
[6:40] <Wendell_> and put the 32 in my Pi :P
[6:40] <SevenEight_> usb keyboard
[6:40] <Wendell_> what about it?
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[6:40] <SevenEight_> I'll be using one of those
[6:41] <SevenEight_> Logitec
[6:41] <Wendell_> sounds like a good plan
[6:41] <SevenEight_> leaving 2 ports free
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[6:42] <SevenEight_> oh, han gon, I forgot the usb charger
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[6:42] <SevenEight_> Is there a separate power socket on the board?
[6:42] <Wendell_> No
[6:42] <Froolap> I tried a 64 gig card in my pi and it didn't read it. Might just have been the card though.
[6:42] <Wendell_> maybe
[6:43] <SevenEight_> so, any usb port for the charger
[6:43] <tenseiten> SevenEight_: elinux wiki has people saying that microsdxc cards work
[6:43] <tenseiten> http://elinux.org/RPi_SD_cards
[6:44] <SevenEight_> cheers
[6:44] <Froolap> there is a usb-go (micro) port for the power.....
[6:44] <SevenEight_> Ah cool
[6:45] <SevenEight_> I understand there's an ethernet port as well
[6:46] <Wendell_> yes there is
[6:47] <SevenEight_> that's a good article.
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[6:50] <SevenEight_> Hmm, what else ... oh, do I need a heat sink?
[6:51] <tenseiten> I don't imagine that you would
[6:51] <Wendell_> I haven't needed one with either of my Pis
[6:51] <tenseiten> What do you plan on doing with it?
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[6:51] <SevenEight_> one of them to run an irc server
[6:53] <SevenEight_> no particular plans for hte second
[6:53] <SevenEight_> well, certainly not for playing HD games
[6:56] <tenseiten> You'll be fine without a heatsink
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[6:57] <SevenEight_> What happens if/when the processor overheats?
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[6:57] <tenseiten> What are you doing that would overheat it?
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[6:58] <SevenEight_> probably nothing I have in mind would cause it to overheat
[6:59] <SevenEight_> I was just wondering what would happen if it did in the unlikely event of
[6:59] <tenseiten> I remember reading that the chip has a thermal throttle around 85 degrees
[6:59] <tenseiten> celsius
[7:00] <SevenEight_> So it wouldn't melt like the old amd chips
[7:00] <tenseiten> Here's a good article, if you're planning on overclocking it
[7:00] <tenseiten> http://www.mobileappsystems.com/blog/raspberry-pi-overclocking-overvolting
[7:00] <SevenEight_> cool
[7:00] <SevenEight_> thanks
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[7:03] <Twist-> SevenEight_: IMO, if you need more CPU than the Pi can easily provide, just get a different board.
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[7:05] <SevenEight_> Another great article, thanks
[7:05] <SevenEight_> What other boards are there available?
[7:07] <Xark> SevenEight_: See http://linuxgizmos.com/ringing-in-2015-with-40-linux-friendly-hacker-sbcs/
[7:08] <tenseiten> If you're specifically looking for open source boards, I'd highly recommend the BeagleBone
[7:12] <SevenEight_> cheers Xark
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[7:20] <SevenEight_> Banana Pi!
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[7:21] <SevenEight_> so many of them
[7:21] <Xark> SevenEight_: Indeed.
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[7:27] <SevenEight_> question is, would I be able to run Raspberry vi on any of them
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[7:33] <SevenEight_> so, Beaglebone black is "Debian-ready"
[7:39] <SevenEight_> ok, so you can run Android on some of them which is good news as far as accessibility goes
[7:41] <SevenEight_> no mention of the size though http://www.pyrustek.com/us/?menuType=product&mode=view&act=list&page=&searchField=&searchKey=&lcate=001&mcate=001&scate=&fcate=&sort=&prodCode=2013102100003&searchIcon6=&searchIcon7=&searchIcon8=&searchIcon9=&searchColor=&searchSize=&pr_no=&searchStartPrice=&searchEndPrice=
[7:44] <SevenEight_> ok, bbl
[7:44] <SevenEight_> thanks guys
[7:44] <Xark> SevenEight_: NP
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[7:53] <Froolap> No, I can't recomment the banana pi. I'm ready to toss mine in the trash.
[7:53] <Wendell_> why?
[7:55] <Froolap> Why because the OS seems to be security compromised by the supplier. I can think of no good reason why thwe boot up process should attempt to install things via the network and then purge all the user history files, and do logins with deleted users.
[7:55] <Wendell_> Ahh
[7:56] <Froolap> It's doing somethng that lremaker doesn't want you to know about.
[7:56] <Froolap> err lemaker
[7:56] <Froolap> I have been able to install fedora on the banana, but then there is NO hdmi video..... so that's half the functionality gone right there.
[7:57] <Xark> Froolap: Interesting.
[7:57] <Froolap> and if you go to the bananapi channel you will find 3 clients that NEVER talk, so there's no real support for it.
[7:59] <shiftplusone> As much as I hate lemaker and thing they're very disingenuous, it's usually best to not make those claims without concrete proof.
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[8:07] <Mr_Sheesh> Odroid C1 is good apparently too
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[8:51] <beanzmeanz> I feel like I'm taking crazy pills: everything I can find on NOOBS shows multiple OS's being installable at NOOBS boot up, but I downloaded NOOBS 1.3.11 and it only has Raspbian, data partition and boot to Scratch. Can
[8:51] <beanzmeanz> 't seem to find much on adding OS's to NOOBS?
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[8:58] <shiftplusone> beanzmeanz, yes, additional OS's have been remove from the offline install. What are you after?
[9:00] <Wendell_> hey all, i'm trying to customize the xorg.conf for working with my oculus rift
[9:00] <Wendell_> and I am completely at a loss on how to start
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[9:03] <shiftplusone> Wendell_, don't think you'll find much support for a setup that obscure. =/ You might have better luck asking the oculus people.
[9:03] <Wendell_> nah, no luck :P
[9:03] <Wendell_> I'm active over there too
[9:03] <Wendell_> seems like i'm the only person working on this
[9:03] <Wendell_> or at least
[9:03] <Wendell_> the only person who's gotten this far
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[9:03] <shiftplusone> what do you actually need to do?
[9:03] <Wendell_> so when I run "startx", the screen just goes black
[9:04] <Wendell_> I'm trying to fix that
[9:04] <Wendell_> but I don't know how
[9:04] <shiftplusone> hu.... and oculus connects via HDMI?
[9:04] <Wendell_> mhm!
[9:05] <shiftplusone> Hmm. Not sure I can begin guessing without an oculus here.
[9:05] <Wendell_> make guesses and I'll give them a shot :D
[9:05] <Wendell_> i can answer any questions you might have about the system and setup
[9:05] <shiftplusone> Well, what would you normally do on a PC?
[9:06] <Wendell_> Plug it in with HDMI, use the Oculus Runtime
[9:06] <shiftplusone> =/
[9:06] <Wendell_> the runtime doesn't exist for ARM platforms, and the SDK doesn't compile properly for ARM either
[9:06] <Wendell_> here's what I see when I boot up the thing
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[9:06] <shiftplusone> I mean without anything special. Can you plug it into a linux PC and start x ?
[9:06] <Wendell_> https://s3.amazonaws.com/pushbullet-uploads/ujwpxBW0HzU-ZuW8r5Al6ZwAGvo3m8JDtTFEcCTil63i/IMG_20141231_222637.jpg
[9:07] <ShorTie> have you even l@@ked in Xorg.0.log ??
[9:07] <Wendell_> mhm!
[9:07] <Wendell_> doesn't say anything :P
[9:07] <shiftplusone> yeah, a pastebin of Xorg.log would be useful, but I suspect there's lack of software support in the driver.
[9:07] <Wendell_> http://paste.debian.net/138771/
[9:08] <Wendell_> I've gotten X to run in the past
[9:08] <Wendell_> I just don't know what's changed between then and now
[9:08] <shiftplusone> have you tried playing with tvservice?
[9:09] <Wendell_> that was my first thing
[9:09] <Wendell_> I can send you my /boot/config.txt too if you'd like
[9:09] <shiftplusone> so you've listed the supported display modes and tried them all?
[9:09] <Wendell_> had to put together a custom one
[9:09] <Wendell_> It's taken me a week to get to where I am
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[9:10] <shiftplusone> ah, then you probably know way more than I do when it comes to all of this.
[9:10] <Wendell_> :P
[9:10] <Wendell_> the thing that's confusing me the most is
[9:10] <Wendell_> sometimes it--
[9:10] <Wendell_> WAIT
[9:10] <Wendell_> i'm gonna try something :D
[9:11] <shiftplusone> that never ends well
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[9:11] <Wendell_> :3
[9:11] <shiftplusone> I've tried something once.... didn't care much for it.
[9:11] <Wendell_> haha
[9:11] <Wendell_> my end goal is a wireless AR setup
[9:12] <Wendell_> so that anyone with an Oculus Rift, a Pi, and a camera (either Leap or /dev/video)
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[9:12] <Wendell_> can wander around and observe the world in a better capacity
[9:12] <Wendell_> :D
[9:12] <Wendell_> KAY
[9:12] <Wendell_> light was flashing on the top
[9:12] <Wendell_> bad sign
[9:12] * shiftplusone thinks it would be fun to hook up a compute module with two cameras in stereo mode... then you could walk around... in 3D... D=
[9:12] <Wendell_> yeah that's what I'd love to do
[9:12] <shiftplusone> I mean.... you can do that without a pi or an oculus, but still.
[9:12] <Wendell_> if the thing wasn't so damn expensive
[9:13] <Wendell_> my thinking is to use a leap motion
[9:13] <Wendell_> which already has a mount for the front of the DK2
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[9:14] <beanzmeanz> thanks shiftplusone, didn't realise it was an offline install. Will connect it to the network and try from there
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[9:14] <shiftplusone> beanzmeanz, doesn't mean you can't download the files manually and throw them on the card.
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[9:16] <Wendell_> i think my problem honestly resides in xorg.conf
[9:17] <Wendell_> and i have no idea how to write a new one for my rift
[9:18] <beanzmeanz> Didn't seem to boot after putting OpenELEC on there with flashnul, I figured the NOOBS path would be easier at this stage
[9:19] <beanzmeanz> although I didn't format the card with SDformatter beforehand, that might have been the issue
[9:19] <ShorTie> if you have windows, use Win32DiskImager
[9:20] <Wendell_> ^
[9:20] <shiftplusone> flashnul is fine and you don't need to format when imaging.
[9:20] <Wendell_> I use that
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[9:21] <Wendell_> i'm gonna work on this more tomorrow
[9:21] <Wendell_> g'night :)
[9:21] <Wendell_> happy new year
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[9:39] <hispeed67> anybody here familiar with overclocking?
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[9:40] <ShorTie> ya, it's done with raspi-config
[9:40] <hispeed67> i don't have raspi-config
[9:40] <hispeed67> im using pidora..
[9:40] <hispeed67> i want to make mods to the config.txt file
[9:41] <ShorTie> it's more to it then just that
[9:41] <hispeed67> really? what more is there to it?
[9:41] <ShorTie> ya
[9:42] <hispeed67> what else do i need to do other than that?
[9:42] <ShorTie> l@@k at raspi-config github then, if you can't install it
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[9:43] <ShorTie> should be able to ripe it out easily and make a batch file from it
[9:43] <ShorTie> it would be 1 line, picking your speed, and the subroutine to do it
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[9:54] <hispeed67> got it.. done and rebooted. thnx
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[9:55] <ShorTie> No Problem
[9:56] <hispeed67> anyway to tell the speed after reboot?
[9:57] <ShorTie> sorry, not sure about that
[9:57] <hispeed67> right on.. thanks for the help.
[9:58] <ShorTie> shiftplusone ??
[9:58] <shiftplusone> hm?
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[10:05] <hispeed67> was even able to get one of my external hard drives to work with it.
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[13:21] <nnull> Anyone advise the best bang for buck device recommended for RaspPi ?
[13:23] <qmr> uh..
[13:23] <qmr> the pi?
[13:23] <nnull> theres only 1 model?
[13:23] <qmr> there are several. just get the newest. B+ I guess?
[13:24] <nnull> ah k, cheers
[13:24] <qmr> although odroid stuff might be more betterer in terms of bang for buck.
[13:24] <nnull> hmm will check that out
[13:26] <qmr> not sure how it compares on power draw. can't be much more. thinking about getting one for my tee vee
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[13:27] <nnull> cool
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[13:39] <SpeedEvil> http://www.dx.com/p/720p-1-0mp-hd-1-4-cmos-network-camera-module-black-366969 looks fun too
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[14:01] <gordonDrogon> Happy new year folks ... etc.
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[16:06] <knightwise> hey everyone
[16:06] <knightwise> anyone know where I can find some Gameroms try try on my retropi project ?
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[16:10] <shiftplusone> knightwise: that's not exactly on the legal side of things and may be against freenode policy, so you'll need to use google.
[16:14] <Armand> Indeed, it's very much against policy.
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[16:15] <Tachyon`> I really doubt anyone would care about a link, any prohibition is probably more about fserves and xdcc bots if such things still exist
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[16:15] <Armand> Ohh, they do.. lol
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[16:17] <ShorTie> any link would be an accessory to a crime and freenode would get busted too...
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[16:18] <Armand> The legal responsibility on Freenode is... uncertain, but minimal.. So long as they aren't actively promoting & allowing it, they are ok.
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[16:23] <dob1> hi, i am not able to have a decent speed using rsync, first i tried using it via ssh but it was very slow (i think this was related to the encryption) so i setup rsync as daemon (so no encryption if i am not wrong) but i have the same performance
[16:24] <dob1> i tried using the arcfour cypher too via ssh, this was the better option in my tests but the speed is about 1Mb/s
[16:25] <dob1> i was excepting in daemon configuration at least 4/5 MB/s
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[16:30] <dob1> well i think i found something that can improve performance, removing the compression helps a lot
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[17:02] <omfgtora> happy new year
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[17:04] <abnormal> Nappy new year... lol
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[17:37] <shiftplusone> niston: ping
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[17:42] <abnormal> niston, PING
[17:43] <shiftplusone> PIIIIIIIIIING!
[17:44] <shiftplusone> probably passed out drunk again, I guess.
[17:45] <abnormal> I see... or in basement working on projects where the PC is not in there...
[17:46] <shiftplusone> well, aren't you optimistic
[17:46] <knightwise> hey everyone
[17:46] <shiftplusone> Hello
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[17:47] <abnormal> sorry.. I know he don't use PC in basement while working on his projects as it would cause too much distractions of his work...
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[17:47] <shiftplusone> that's all code for being passed out drunk
[17:48] <shiftplusone> (maybe if I slander his character enough, he'll show up)
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[17:51] <abnormal> lol, go for it... I'd like to see his expression when he does waken...
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[17:53] <shiftplusone> niston: are you done beating your kids yet?
[17:53] <shiftplusone> ok maybe a bit too far >.>
[17:53] <BurtyB> heh
[17:56] <abnormal> bit too far? lolrof.. they'd be dead.... I suppose...
[17:58] <samB__> shiftplusone: Got confirmation email pi should be here next Friday! Would have been quicker but the holidays slowed things down.
[17:59] <shiftplusone> =(
[17:59] <abnormal> oh. what did you get?
[17:59] <samB__> Its ok with me :) Still got lots of tutorials and guides to read in the meantime!
[18:00] * shiftplusone has a tonne of stuff that's supposed to be coming in the mail as well, but people don't seem to be lazy during this time for some reason.
[18:00] <BurtyB> sucks :(
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[18:04] <wejrwejrwjer> How is the raspbian image built
[18:04] <samB__> abnormal: Just some basic stuff as its my first project, the board (b+) , wireless adaptor, cables, keyboard & mouse, camera, sd card, power adaptor and case. The guy also through in some stuff for free which I don’t know what I’ll do with - heat sync and bluetooth dongle
[18:04] <wejrwejrwjer> I understand building a kernel, but not the userland
[18:04] <shiftplusone> wejrwejrwjer: look up asb's spindle on github.
[18:05] <shiftplusone> wejrwejrwjer: in a nutshell, bootstrap debian, then use qemu-user-static and chroot to finalise things.
[18:05] <shiftplusone> *raspbian
[18:05] <abnormal> cool, samB__ , but don't put those heat sinks on, they are not needed...
[18:06] <wejrwejrwjer> samB__: install a tiny heatsink on the CPU if you're going to overclock to 1ghz
[18:06] <shiftplusone> no
[18:06] <shiftplusone> not even then
[18:06] <wejrwejrwjer> It can run without cooling but it's better safe than sorry.
[18:06] <wejrwejrwjer> shiftplusone: I am running passive at 800mhz
[18:06] <wejrwejrwjer> I don't want to risk my Pi
[18:07] <samB__> oh thats interesting, why is a bad thing to use them?
[18:07] <shiftplusone> there's no risk, the silicon is tested while running in an oven well above 100C
[18:07] <shiftplusone> that's well above 100C ambient
[18:07] <SpeedEvil> The Pi SoC is rated to 70C operating temp I thought
[18:08] <samB__> Thats impressive :)
[18:08] <wejrwejrwjer> shiftplusone: Would you run your CPU at 90C just because it's rated for 120?
[18:08] <shiftplusone> 85 is when throttling kicks in
[18:08] <shiftplusone> wejrwejrwjer: get the CPU temperature to 85C under realistic conditions, then ask again.
[18:08] <wejrwejrwjer> shiftplusone: overclock.
[18:08] <SpeedEvil> shiftplusone: A small box, in sunligtht
[18:08] <wejrwejrwjer> shiftplusone: 24/7 tor relay
[18:09] <wejrwejrwjer> shiftplusone: compiling the kernel on the pi
[18:09] <BurtyB> there are easier ways of torture ;)
[18:09] <shiftplusone> SpeedEvil: yes, that'll do it, but a heatsink will not help there.
[18:09] <shiftplusone> wejrwejrwjer: that will not do it. You might get to 70, if you're lucky.,
[18:09] <SpeedEvil> shiftplusone: sure it will
[18:09] <wejrwejrwjer> i should watercool my Pi
[18:09] <SpeedEvil> shiftplusone: In a small box, you can easily get +30C
[18:09] <wejrwejrwjer> then overclock to 2ghz
[18:10] <SpeedEvil> shiftplusone: take that to +10 (with a small fan) and you're fine
[18:10] <shiftplusone> SpeedEvil: I'm agreeing with you. I'm disagreeing with wejrwejrwjer.
[18:10] <SpeedEvil> ah
[18:10] <wejrwejrwjer> I have a old amd cpu cooler.
[18:10] <wejrwejrwjer> should I cut it up and use it on my Pi
[18:10] <shiftplusone> wejrwejrwjer: the pi won't overclock to 2GHz.
[18:10] <SpeedEvil> Just a small fan on the underside of the board is excellent cooling
[18:10] <wejrwejrwjer> shiftplusone: apparently it can
[18:10] <SpeedEvil> If you want to do that
[18:11] <shiftplusone> wejrwejrwjer: no... no it can't. The internal clocks don't go above 1.2GHz. People who claim to go to 2GHz don't know what they're doing.
[18:11] <wejrwejrwjer> shiftplusone: oh
[18:11] <wejrwejrwjer> shiftplusone: well that sucks.
[18:11] <wejrwejrwjer> shiftplusone: I should use my fan at least :p
[18:11] <shiftplusone> And at 1.2GHz you're likely to run into other stability issues before temperature becomes a concern.
[18:11] <shiftplusone> wejrwejrwjer: what does vcgencmd measure_temp say?
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[18:12] <wejrwejrwjer> shiftplusone: let me check
[18:12] <wejrwejrwjer> @@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@ @ WARNING: REMOTE HOST IDENTIFICATION HAS CHANGED! @ @@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@
[18:12] <wejrwejrwjer> kek
[18:12] <wejrwejrwjer> SSH doesn't like my Pi :)
[18:12] <shiftplusone> I'm going to guess it's in the 40s
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[18:16] <Yohio> I tested vcgencmd measure_temp on my pi and got 47.6C
[18:17] <Yohio> not OC'd either
[18:18] <shiftplusone> Yohio: if you overclock and crank up the CPU to 100% doing something like compressing /dev/urandom to /dev/null, you might get 50C, which is still nowhere near 85C (80C is where I would start to wonder what the hell is going on).
[18:18] <abnormal> are you breathing on the processor? Yohio
[18:18] <shiftplusone> If you overclock the GPU and run some intense graphics demo for a long time, you might get there though.
[18:18] <Yohio> so 48C with only irssi running is okay?
[18:18] <Yohio> I mean it's not exactly ventilated that well
[18:19] <shiftplusone> of course
[18:19] <Jckf> At 1 GHz my Pi only reaches about 50 degrees
[18:19] <Jckf> under full load
[18:19] <Yohio> I installed it in a case and put the case in a small cardboard box
[18:20] <shiftplusone> Yohio: it's bad practice to do that with electronics that heat up, but it's obviously not an issue in this case.
[18:20] <abnormal> well it needs some ventilation, get rid of cardboard box.
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[18:21] <Yohio> at the moment I'm planning how to make an enclosure for the pi and arduino and some other electronics so it was just a test
[18:21] <shiftplusone> Well, poke some holes in the case for the final enclosure.
[18:22] <Yohio> I might be able to get a perforated metal enclosure for it
[18:23] <Yohio> with non-conductive base so I don't have to worry about accidentally grounding the parts
[18:24] <abnormal> Yohio, there will be a new set-up soon, called the pi-top... if you wait until that is released, you can buy that. www.pi-top.com
[18:24] <Tachyon`> expensive though
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[18:25] <abnormal> so? can take it anywhere and still be able to do all the same stuff done at home...
[18:25] <Yohio> looks interesting but my plan is to mount the pi and arduino to the bottom of the box, and then mount some small screens and LEDs to the front of the box
[18:25] <abnormal> can do same in pi-top
[18:26] <wejrwejrwjer> so
[18:26] <wejrwejrwjer> so
[18:27] <wejrwejrwjer> ughm
[18:27] <wejrwejrwjer> Anyone wrote a custom OS for the Pi designed to be a daily server OS
[18:27] <wejrwejrwjer> ?
[18:27] <shiftplusone> why custom os?
[18:27] <wejrwejrwjer> why not?
[18:27] <wejrwejrwjer> Small and Auditable
[18:27] <shiftplusone> seems like something raspbian and arch will do just fine
[18:28] <abnormal> write your own code and make it light
[18:28] <shiftplusone> then you've got tinycore, buildroot and whatever else there is
[18:28] <wejrwejrwjer> How do you build a custom image
[18:28] <wejrwejrwjer> Any guides to that :p
[18:28] <shiftplusone> based on what OS?
[18:29] <wejrwejrwjer> from scratch preferebly
[18:29] <wejrwejrwjer> or Raspbian
[18:29] <shiftplusone> from scratch, look up pilfs
[18:30] <shiftplusone> for raspbian, take a look at spindle source code. (you create a large file, partition it, use kpartx to format the partitions, bootstrap raspbian into it, use qemu and chroot to set up the rest).
[18:33] <wejrwejrwjer> why not just write a bare metal kernel though
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[18:34] <shiftplusone> because.... it's a lot of work and.... linux is a thing.
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[18:34] <shiftplusone> The USB situation especially makes it all very difficult
[18:34] <wejrwejrwjer> ok
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[19:42] <zlimvos> i want to run a python script on crontab but it needs sudo (GPIO related), how should i do that?
[19:43] <Jckf> zlimvos: Run it in root's crontab?
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[19:43] <zlimvos> ok so i 'sudo su' and run crontab -e from there right?
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[19:44] <Jckf> That would do it =)
[19:44] <monst> I am curious, I have X started on my piTFT touch screen and working, but when I exit x11 it doesn't go back to console
[19:44] <monst> any ideas how to get it back to console on tty1?
[19:44] <Jckf> monst: Try ctrl+alt+f1 (or is it number 1?)
[19:45] <Jckf> There is a key combo to switch ttys
[19:45] <monst> ah interesting, I am on via SSH without keyboard
[19:46] <Jckf> And the SSH session doesn't give the console back?
[19:47] <Jckf> Open another SSH session, start htop, and enable tree mode. Look at what process your first SSH session is running
[19:47] <Jckf> Maybe startx isn't stopped
[19:48] <monst> looking
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[19:54] <monst> I can adjust the image on TTY1
[19:54] <monst> sudo fbi -noverbose -a -T 1 Raspi_Colour_R.png
[19:54] <monst> but still cant get it back to a prompt
[19:54] <monst> X is definitely not running
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[20:11] <wejrwejrwjer> how do you install
[20:11] <wejrwejrwjer> the latest kernel
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[20:17] <Jckf> wejrwejrwjer: Kernel updates are installed with rpi-update
[20:17] <wejrwejrwjer> Jckf: I dont have that.
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[20:19] <wiiguy> wejrwejrwjer sudo apt-get install rpi-update
[20:19] <wejrwejrwjer> unable to locate package
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[20:22] <wejrwejrwjer> wiiguy:
[20:22] <wiiguy> ?
[20:23] <wejrwejrwjer> unable to locate package
[20:23] <wejrwejrwjer> unable to locate package
[20:23] <wiiguy> 1 sec
[20:23] <wiiguy> wejrwejrwjer sudo apt-get update
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[20:23] <wejrwejrwjer> wiiguy: did that
[20:23] <wejrwejrwjer> a while atgo
[20:23] <wiiguy> otherwise : sudo curl -L --output /usr/bin/rpi-update https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Hexxeh/rpi-update/master/rpi-update && sudo chmod +x /usr/bin/rpi-update
[20:24] <wejrwejrwjer> I'm using a lsimmed down image right now...
[20:24] <wejrwejrwjer> :s
[20:24] <wiiguy> sudo apt-get install curl
[20:25] <wejrwejrwjer> wiiguy: I know that.
[20:25] <wejrwejrwjer> I use it often
[20:25] <wiiguy> then you should be able to download the rpi-update
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[20:29] <wiiguy> wejrwejrwjer
[20:30] <wejrwejrwjer> ya
[20:30] <wiiguy> are ya getting a error or something ?
[20:30] <wiiguy> when ya try to download it ?
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[20:32] <wejrwejrwjer> wiiguy: no
[20:32] <wejrwejrwjer> im manually installing a older kernel
[20:32] <wejrwejrwjer> slightly older
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[20:32] <wiiguy> why a older version ?
[20:32] <wejrwejrwjer> I'm using one that I can't get the sourcode for as the guy hasn't released it so I can't trust it
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[20:33] <wiiguy> ...
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[20:49] <Wendell_> hey all
[20:50] <Wendell_> so I'm trying to get X to start on my Pi and it refuses to
[20:50] <Wendell_> I'm using startx and all that, I think it's a problem with how it's configured?
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[20:51] <Wendell_> how can I fix this
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[21:05] <Jckf> Wendell_: Have you updated all your software and firmware? What are you seeing when you startx?
[21:05] <Wendell_> I'm seeing a black screen :P
[21:05] <Wendell_> I know for certain it's a configuration problem because I was able to get it working before
[21:05] <Wendell_> then I modified the config
[21:06] <Wendell_> how can I change the X config?
[21:07] <Wendell_> the config I modified btw was /boot/config.txt
[21:07] <Jckf> What did you change in there?
[21:07] <Wendell_> Uhhh
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[21:07] <Wendell_> I can send you a paste of it
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[21:07] <Jckf> Please do =)
[21:07] <Wendell_> http://paste.debian.net/138845/
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[21:08] <Wendell_> I think the problem might be that X wants to run at 1920x1080 while the display size is set to 1080x1920
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[21:08] <Jckf> A lot of very specific configuration here
[21:08] <Wendell_> mhm
[21:08] <Wendell_> Been working for a few days on getting my Oculus Rift set up
[21:08] <Jckf> Also, rotation didn't work for me until I updated the firmware
[21:09] <Wendell_> rotation works fine for me
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[21:09] <Jckf> See if you can find any X logs in /var/log
[21:09] <Wendell_> http://paste.debian.net/138843/
[21:09] <Wendell_> that's the log from the last time I ran startx
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[21:10] <Jckf> That looks fine to me =/
[21:10] <Wendell_> Yeah
[21:10] <Wendell_> Now you see my problem :D
[21:11] <Jckf> But again, have you updated your software and firmware?
[21:11] <Wendell_> how do I update my firmware?
[21:11] <Jckf> sudo rpi-update
[21:11] <Wendell_> i have not done that, will do
[21:12] <Wendell_> will that affect the FS at all?
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[21:12] <Jckf> Yes, everything is stored in the SD, afaik. It also updated the kernel.
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[21:12] <Jckf> *update
[21:12] <Jckf> s
[21:12] <Jckf> Jesus
[21:13] <abnormal> rocks
[21:13] <Wendell_> okay
[21:13] <Wendell_> will my config modifications get changed?
[21:13] <Jckf> No, the configuration files are left alone
[21:13] <Wendell_> okay :D
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[21:24] <Wendell_> Jckf: firmware and software updates didn't solve it
[21:24] <Wendell_> i really think it's a config problem :P
[21:25] <Wendell_> how can I change the X configuration?
[21:25] <Jckf> X config is in /etc/X11/
[21:25] <Wendell_> I have no xorg.conf file
[21:26] <Jckf> Xorg :0 -configure
[21:26] <Jckf> according to the arch wiki
[21:26] <Wendell_> uhhh
[21:26] <Wendell_> I don't know what that means
[21:27] <Jckf> It's a command
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[21:27] <Wendell_> not one that exists on raspbian
[21:27] <Jckf> Capital X there
[21:27] <Wendell_> >.>
[21:27] <Wendell_> I'm dumb :D
[21:28] <Jckf> Sadly I cannot do this on my own RPi, as I don' run X anymore
[21:28] <Wendell_> Ahh
[21:28] <Wendell_> It's saying no devices to configure
[21:29] <Jckf> So presumably X is unable to talk to your monitor. It would be helpful to know what you changed in /boot/config.txt, and why
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[21:30] <Wendell_> Anything that doesn't have a # on it, I changed
[21:30] <Wendell_> I really don't remember specifics
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[21:32] <Jckf> gpu_mem=448 holy cow
[21:32] <Jckf> That only leaves 64 MB for the system
[21:32] <Wendell_> hmm
[21:32] <Wendell_> i'm going to put that back to 128
[21:32] <Yohio> http://pastebin.com/d6055Rze I may or may not have screwed up something
[21:33] <Yohio> I've had some installation troubles before but nothing this bad
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[21:34] <Jckf> Wendell_: Why do you specify so many things for your display in /boot/config.txt? Are you sure those properties aren't automatically detected?
[21:34] <Wendell_> I'm very sure
[21:34] <Wendell_> the Rift is a pain in the ass when it comes to working without drivers
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[21:40] <Tachyon`> you're using an oculus rift with a pi?
[21:41] <Tachyon`> are you doing some sort of wearable computing there?
[21:41] <Wendell_> yeah :D
[21:41] <Wendell_> I want to put together a cordless AR setup
[21:41] <Wendell_> the only thing standing in my way now is X
[21:44] <Jckf> Wendell_: What happens if you comment out the screen rotation and framebuffer lines?
[21:44] <Wendell_> rotation isn't the problem
[21:44] <Wendell_> will try the framebuffer thing
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[21:44] <Jckf> Entertain me and do both
[21:45] <Wendell_> I know rotation isn't a problem because I got X running with the rotation before
[21:45] <Jckf> It might be interferring with something else you did
[21:46] <Wendell_> maybe
[21:46] <Wendell_> we'll see
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[21:48] <Wendell_> framebuffer!
[21:48] <Wendell_> now there's an offset I'll work to fix
[21:48] <Wendell_> thanks so much, Jckf
[21:48] <Wendell_> :D
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[21:48] <Jckf> \o/ Shooting in the dark paid off!
[21:49] <Wendell_> :D
[21:49] <Wendell_> I was changing the values there but never thought to just delete the lines
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[21:59] <niston> HAPPY NEW YEAR BTW
[22:01] <Wendell_> you too!
[22:01] <abnormal> niston, well well... you too.... gunna be productive this yr?
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[22:04] <niston> I think so yessir!
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[22:14] <omfgtora> Happy New Year!
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[22:28] <Wendell_> now the problem arises with overscanj
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[22:36] <Yohio> how's the java perfomance for raspberry pi? I might do some quick, simple project with java if it's good enough
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[22:50] <MrRick> Is it possible to access gpio pins directly thru command line ?
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[22:56] <monst> ps x
[22:56] <monst> howdy
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[22:57] <MrRick> Hi monst
[22:57] <monst> I am having an issue pushing a console to my piTFT touch screen
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[22:58] <monst> I can push images to it, and startx on it
[22:58] <monst> but I am trying to get back to just a console on the screen
[22:58] <monst> I assume I am working with tty1
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[22:58] <monst> hi MrRick
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[23:22] <Jayden_> Neat, didn't know there was an IRC
[23:22] <carlsimpson> :)
[23:23] <Wendell_> well, here we are!
[23:23] <Wendell_> :D
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[23:26] <Jayden_> I should pick up a B+ soon, my B is currently hosting a Snapchat bot and can't really be used for anything else. How is the B+ compared to the B?
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[23:30] <carlsimpson> does anyone have a solid tutorial for howto get remote access running via VNC - I’ve had it all setup and used it for days, rebooted and now locked myself out !! :D …. i need to set up ssh and ideally run it from my mac .. any ideas ??
[23:30] <carlsimpson> followed a couple already but i think ythe
[23:30] <Jayden_> cant you open the terminal through VNC?
[23:30] <carlsimpson> - i think
[23:31] <carlsimpson> no - it locked me out
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[23:31] <Jayden_> jeez, im not sure then
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[23:31] <Wendell_> Jckf: Deleting the max framebuffer lines has brought up a new issue D:
[23:31] <Wendell_> The thing isn't sized correctly
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[23:32] <carlsimpson> ive reinstalled the OS but cant seem to get the SSH running correctly when i set a static IP
[23:32] <carlsimpson> if anybody has a tutorial to follow - that works - would be cool
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[23:33] <ozzzy_> I just set the 'static' IP in my router
[23:34] <carlsimpson> did everything correctly - it works fine - set up the statiuc IP .. ipad bombs and no mac connectivity - checked everything twice .. but no go
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[23:37] <Jayden_> is it at all possible to run it to a tv/monitor?
[23:37] <Wendell_> carlsimpson: I know it's not VNC but you could do RDP?
[23:38] <Wendell_> pretty easy to set up and install on raspi and macs
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[23:40] <carlsimpson> thanks @Wendell_ ill take a look
[23:40] <Wendell_> xrdp on pi, Windows Desktop Connection on macs
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