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IRC Log for 2015-01-15

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[0:17] <didzan> Anybody know how to get an animated splash screen like a gif while boot??
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[0:19] <didzan> Anybody know how to get an animated splash screen like a gif while boot??
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[0:24] <niston> http://kb.gosi.at/content/43/141/en/how-to-add-a-custom-splashscreen-to-raspberry-pi-_-raspbian.html <-- maybe this can work with GIFs too?
[0:27] <Tachyon`> it won't animate them
[0:27] <Tachyon`> you'll get just the first frame if it works at all
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[1:15] <niston> interesting http://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/viewtopic.php?t=65346&p=495665
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[2:08] <MrRick> just got my pi to turn LEDs on/off (hazzah!)
[2:12] <Bilby> yay!
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[2:12] <Bilby> sometimes it's the little things
[2:12] <MrRick> well, I got to start somewhere
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[2:12] * ozzzy just bought a drill press, 2 sets of pcb drill bits and a set of step hole cutters
[2:13] <MrRick> any recommendations for a 16bit A2D ? I'm assuming I2C is the way to go with this
[2:14] <MrRick> ozzzy: be prepared to break those PCB drills if they're carbide. Ask me how I know ;)
[2:14] <ozzzy> I've broken enough already
[2:14] <MrRick> so u know already
[2:14] <ozzzy> I figure that they might last a bit longer in a press than hand-drilling with a dremel
[2:15] <Triffid_Hunter> MrRick: depends how fast you want to sample. I2C isn't gonna be fast and will have high jitter which is problematic for audio, but works fine for temperature sensing and similar
[2:15] <niston> I2S
[2:15] <Triffid_Hunter> ozzzy: you need a spindle with very low TIR for carbide bits
[2:15] <Triffid_Hunter> dremel typically has abysmal TIR fwiw ;)
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[2:16] <MrRick> Triffid_Hunter: thanks. For audio what are you doing?
[2:16] <Triffid_Hunter> MrRick: for audio, get a usb dongle with a line input
[2:16] <ozzzy> my buddy the machinist is going to give it the once over and see how the bearings etc. are
[2:16] <Triffid_Hunter> or microphone input if your signal is low level
[2:16] <MrRick> tks. I'll check that out
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[2:17] <MrRick> gonna start with a barometric pressure sensor (low level) some op-amps to raise sig to about 1 volt
[2:18] <MrRick> so to start I2C probably good enuf
[2:18] <acidjazz> http://www.aholme.co.uk/GPU_FFT/Main.htm <- sexy as hell
[2:18] <Triffid_Hunter> MrRick: yep i2c will be fine, you don't need thousands of readings per second with ultra low jitter for that ;)
[2:19] <MrRick> Triffid_Hunter: no. Any recommendations on a specific A2D that's easy to use? or just open the catalog and pick one?
[2:20] <Triffid_Hunter> MrRick: yeah just hit parametric search on your favourite distributor
[2:20] <Triffid_Hunter> make sure to read the datasheets before you commit ;)
[2:21] <MrRick> Should be cheap enuf from what I saw. Probably g w some Maxim products: they seem to have good app notes
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[2:22] <MrRick> Shame that the old line manfs are all cutting down on documentations
[2:23] <Triffid_Hunter> eh?
[2:23] <MrRick> used to get lots of ap notes/tech notes. Don't see it as much any more. could be just me tho
[2:24] <Triffid_Hunter> MrRick: there's tons of app notes around for all sorts of things, pretty sure you just haven't looked ;)
[2:25] <MrRick> like I said, probably me. I'll look harder
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[4:21] <Jckf> Hahah. I wrote a small script that uses youtube-dl, espeak, avconv, and pifm to stream YouTube playlists including an announcement of the video title
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[4:21] <Jckf> Now I have my own local radio station that plays the most popular music on YouTube
[4:21] <abnormal> congrats
[4:24] <abnormal> someone posted this earlier today... freaky... ===>http://www.aholme.co.uk/GPU_FFT/Main.htm
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[4:26] <ParkerR> abnormal: What's the practical use?
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[4:27] <abnormal> dunno, but here is the one that posted it... <acidjazz>
[4:27] <giddles> i have a practical question
[4:27] <giddles> how are the usb prots organized on pi
[4:27] <giddles> i want to motion two webcams on one pi
[4:28] <acidjazz> abnormal: huh?
[4:28] <acidjazz> abnormal: yup gonna try and harness that
[4:28] <Triffid_Hunter> giddles: the SoC has one usb port. There's a usb hub inside the ethernet chip which provides 3 outputs - the ethernet itself, and the two external sockets
[4:28] <giddles> one usb port ...
[4:28] <giddles> thats bad
[4:28] <Triffid_Hunter> giddles: yep, with the ethernet on it already, without plugging anything external in at all
[4:29] <Triffid_Hunter> giddles: the RPi is a pretty low performance platform, if you want something that can do proper work you might like to check out the odroid C1
[4:29] <giddles> hmm i have to figure it out
[4:29] <giddles> nah i buyed the pi's ;)
[4:30] <giddles> no reversal
[4:30] <giddles> must set the framerate down
[4:30] <giddles> I must set the framerate down and hope that helps
[4:30] <acidjazz> ParkerR: basically SDR takes alot of CPU
[4:31] <acidjazz> ParkerR: when using sdr devices you need to swap cahnnels and read basically.. sounds
[4:31] <acidjazz> ParkerR: its generally high CPU-type stuff to analyze SDR and figure out what it is.. bluetooth.. wireless...etc
[4:31] <acidjazz> ParkerR: so this harnesses the GPU on the PI to help w/ that
[4:31] <giddles> hm what could happen if i run permanently the arm processor at 100% :) or things like the usb
[4:32] <giddles> ive learned here at 80°C it shutdown
[4:32] <acidjazz> giddles: id start w/ a powered hub
[4:32] <giddles> datastream also enourmous acid
[4:32] <giddles> it works with two
[4:32] <giddles> by the power supply
[4:33] <giddles> and old cam and some ms :D
[4:33] <giddles> very friendly detected as vd4l device ^^
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[4:35] <ApolloJustice> My Pi hasn't even gotten to the 50's
[4:35] <ApolloJustice> lel
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[4:36] <giddles> with two cams?
[4:36] <ApolloJustice> no lol
[4:36] <giddles> k
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[4:41] <ParkerR> acidjazz: Ahh very nice
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[4:49] <ParkerR> Triffid_Hunter: I second the C1
[4:49] <ParkerR> Great little board
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[5:45] <giddles> anyone knows how to mount some ftp external stick :)
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[5:51] <[Saint]> Wait, what?
[5:51] <[Saint]> An *ftp* stick?
[5:52] <giddles> nah i got some reading write issiues
[5:52] <giddles> motion will not write..
[5:53] <giddles> so i want to mount it with curlftpfs
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[5:55] <giddles> my ftp server in the router gaves me errors while i changed the dirs
[5:55] <[Saint]> And, from above, a slight correction, the pi will thermal limit at 80C (disabling OC and scaling I believe), at 85C it'll force a thermal shutdown.
[5:55] <giddles> hehe thanx ;)
[5:56] <giddles> hm what im doing wrong
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[5:56] <[Saint]> But it pays to note that's still giving it a wide margin to play with. Some components thereon are rated to 120C
[5:56] <giddles> the drivers for the csi camera does not load proparly only by command sudo modprobe
[5:56] <giddles> ill put snd-bcm2835-v4l2 in the /etc/modules
[5:59] <giddles> -snd-, problem solved
[5:59] <giddles> k
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[6:09] <giddles> hm
[6:10] <giddles> is there another possibility to acess to an usb drive that sticks in the router?
[6:12] <Jckf> giddles: What kind of router? Mine provides both FTP and SMB.
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[6:17] <giddles> i got an easybox 803 ;)
[6:17] <giddles> Error connecting to ftp: Server denied you to change to the given directory <-- maybe im facing other problems?
[6:19] <giddles> while i: curlftpfs xxx:xxx@192.168.2.1/motion/beta ~/mnt
[6:20] <Jckf> /motion/beta exists on the router?
[6:20] <giddles> yes
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[6:20] <giddles> even filled with /motion/beta/tmp/motion etc..
[6:21] <Jckf> Try / only and see what that does
[6:22] <giddles> fuse: bad mount point `/home/pi/mnt': No such file or directory
[6:23] <giddles> and now after sudo mkdir /home/pi/mnt he says: fuse: failed to open /dev/fuse: Permission denied
[6:24] <giddles> lights blink, usb stick on boardcast
[6:24] <giddles> i can only set full or read at this router
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[6:30] <[Saint]> I hope the router isn't also your firewall.
[6:30] <[Saint]> ...but it probably is.
[6:30] <giddles> and?
[6:30] <[Saint]> But, maybe things are different in your locale.
[6:31] <giddles> it seems that this is another problem caused by router
[6:31] <[Saint]> Consumer grade routers are almost always trash.
[6:31] <[Saint]> And often riddled with security holes with zero chance of ever seeing a fix.
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[6:32] <[Saint]> Which is why the idea of a consumer grade home router functioning as a firewall scares the bejeesus out of me.
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[6:34] <Jckf> giddles: Don't sudo mkdir in your own home directory. The dir you create will end up owned by root!
[6:35] <[Saint]> Thank FSM for chown.
[6:35] <giddles> wworks
[6:35] <giddles> xD
[6:35] <giddles> problem solved
[6:35] <giddles> xD
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[6:36] <giddles> oh dear
[6:36] <giddles> :)
[6:36] <[Saint]> Anyway, yeah, just a friendly reminder that you /probably/ don't want to store anything of value here and that generally speaking using a consumer grads router as a firewall is a pretty bad idea all round
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[6:37] <SpeedEvil> There are unhackable routers.
[6:38] <[Saint]> Pretty much everyone with a public facing address should be seeing fairly regular attempts to capture the low hanging fruit on their routers in their logs presently.
[6:38] <[Saint]> SpeedEvil: no...no there are not.
[6:38] <giddles> no
[6:38] <[Saint]> That's a fallacy
[6:38] <giddles> just some alert system
[6:38] <ApolloJustice> nothing is unhackable
[6:38] <ApolloJustice> lol
[6:38] <[Saint]> Precisely.
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[6:38] <ApolloJustice> someone somewhere will eventually find a hole
[6:38] <giddles> everyone could see the burglar :D
[6:38] <ApolloJustice> whenever that is, no one knows
[6:39] <SpeedEvil> [Saint]: yes, tehre are
[6:39] <[Saint]> Oy..
[6:39] <ApolloJustice> SpeedEvil, no, there's not, remember when Sony claimed their PS3 was "unhackable"?
[6:39] <SpeedEvil> https://www.festool.co.uk/Products/Pages/Product-Detail.aspx?pid=574334
[6:39] <[Saint]> That just smacks of naivety
[6:39] <ApolloJustice> Someone will eventually find a security hole
[6:39] <ApolloJustice> SpeedEvil, marketing
[6:39] <ApolloJustice> lel
[6:40] <ApolloJustice> everyone will say their product is "unhackable]"
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[6:40] <[Saint]> Give me enough packets to capture on a poorly configured AP...and I'll get in.
[6:40] <[Saint]> I assure you
[6:41] <ApolloJustice> the only computer that is unhackable is the one isolated from the outside world
[6:41] <[Saint]> You can only mitigate how far they can get once they get in.
[6:41] <[Saint]> You'll never stop them getting in entirely.
[6:42] <[Saint]> For it to be "un hackable", it's use as a router is flawed.
[6:42] <[Saint]> You'd need to sever it from all network connections, and have it as a standalone black box.
[6:42] <giddles> i can barley get motion running ;)
[6:42] <[Saint]> Vastly defeating its purpose
[6:43] <giddles> the onky thing you could maybe do is share knowlegend.. instead of making me afraid
[6:43] <[Saint]> Just don't make yourself the lowest hanging fruit.
[6:43] <[Saint]> And definitely, definitely don't use WPS.
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[6:44] <giddles> wps2 psk
[6:44] <giddles> :)
[6:44] <ApolloJustice> that's WPA
[6:44] <SpeedEvil> It's a shame WPS sucks
[6:44] <ApolloJustice> wpa2psk
[6:44] <ApolloJustice> WPS is the one-touch ting
[6:44] <ApolloJustice> thing*
[6:44] <SpeedEvil> Wel.
[6:44] <giddles> nothing is uncrackable
[6:44] <SpeedEvil> To be specific - PIN authentication sucks
[6:44] <giddles> the key to my network sit in the pi
[6:44] <giddles> so hmhm :/
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[6:44] <SpeedEvil> the button is AIUI secure to a reasonable degree
[6:45] <giddles> i need later a safe ssh connection
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[6:45] <lone_wing> Hey. Anyone around that minds answering some really trivial terminology questions?
[6:45] <giddles> but theres munch more work before i could think about that
[6:45] <[Saint]> Nah, its not.
[6:45] <[Saint]> You only need half the WPS key.
[6:45] <giddles> haha pics are tubling in xD
[6:45] <[Saint]> And that's trivial.
[6:45] <giddles> awesome! it works
[6:46] <[Saint]> WPS is a bad idea all round.
[6:46] <lone_wing> I am working on some RetroPie/PiNES boxes, and I am trying to get parts for making power/reset buttons on the GPIO. The part where I am dumb is, I dont know what to call the female connector I want for attaching wires to the GPIO.
[6:46] <ApolloJustice> D
[6:46] <lone_wing> I want some female connectors that I can solder onto wires that connect to only one pin each... so... can anyone tell me what I am supposed to be googling for that, or better yet, what it might be called on DigiKey?
[6:47] <lone_wing> At this point, I wouldn't even mind answers in form of LMGTFY links. I just don't know the name of what I am looking for.
[6:49] <Jckf> lone_wing: Something like this? http://www.ebay.com/itm/40pcs-Dupont-wire-jumper-cable-20cm-2-54MM-Female-1P-For-Arduino-Raspberry-pi-/271738785972?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item3f44e4d0b4
[6:49] <SpeedEvil> [Saint]: it's not
[6:49] <SpeedEvil> [Saint]: an actual single button for pairing is a decent idea
[6:49] <SpeedEvil> For at least some security models.
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[6:49] <lone_wing> YES. I could pull that apart and have just what I need
[6:49] <lone_wing> Thanks JCKF
[6:49] <giddles> if any newbie here have some rookie picam driver motion f% set on a routerstick ftp upload path shit, you could recommend him to me :D
[6:50] <SpeedEvil> If someones in my house without me there - I don't care about my rotuer
[6:50] <giddles> right ;)
[6:50] <giddles> push would be nice on phone
[6:50] <[Saint]> Says the guy that thinks there are unhackable routers...riiiiiiight
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[6:50] <[Saint]> Keep thinking that.
[6:51] <giddles> nice
[6:51] * SpeedEvil sighs. This would have worked much better if you'd have clicked the link.
[6:51] <giddles> now i get grey hair but it works xD
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[6:52] <giddles> awesome
[6:52] <SpeedEvil> To actually explain it - it was a wood router - with no microprocessor.
[6:52] <giddles> good that i read about that mounting stuff ;) @ ftp
[6:52] <giddles> trigges the right path to solution
[6:54] <giddles> branded routers are evil ,) lesson learned today
[6:54] <SpeedEvil> It's interesting vendors are now shipping openwrt compatible routers as an actual feature
[6:57] <giddles> so
[6:57] <giddles> what about the sd disk failures
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[6:57] <giddles> myth or true?
[6:59] <giddles> i heard about and read that pis in 24/7 task ground their sd card after a period of time
[7:00] <[Saint]> Well, no media has a finite write span.
[7:00] <[Saint]> And not all sd cards are created equally.
[7:01] <giddles> so no problem to let it run?
[7:01] <[Saint]> No. Bit it will die eventually. Everything does.
[7:02] <[Saint]> I personally only use the sdcard for the boot partition.
[7:02] <giddles> and work on hdd?
[7:03] <[Saint]> Right.
[7:03] <giddles> hm that was my thinking about my router
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[7:03] <giddles> let motion run in temp and exclude the things im interest in on a ftp/ntp whatelse
[7:05] <giddles> eh nas i mean not ntp
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[7:07] <SpeedEvil> SD cards are unfortunately not designed for random write - and they can be very variable in quality
[7:07] <SpeedEvil> minimising write is generally a good plan
[7:08] <SpeedEvil> And only power off after ~10s or so after shutting down the system
[7:08] <SpeedEvil> shutting off 'live' raises the chance of the SD dying
[7:08] <giddles> shutting down? :D
[7:08] <giddles> okok
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[7:21] <giddles> gn8
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[7:29] <niston> quadratur des kreises? :>
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[8:26] <CM-Punk> Ohai
[8:26] <bhez> hi CM-Punk
[8:26] <CM-Punk> What's up bhez
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[8:30] <CM-Punk> Remember kids, friends upvote friends
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[10:47] <linix> i got a rpi for xmas. I hve it up and running ok. any suggestions on the breadboard that came with it?
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[10:47] <SirLagz> linix: make it flash some pretty lights
[10:50] <linix> SirLagz - I want more than pretty lights. lol
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[10:50] <SirLagz> linix: pretty lights with some buttons ? :P
[10:50] <steve_rox> flashing pretty lights
[10:51] <steve_rox> i reciently rigged temp sensor into rpi and led's and had leds light up based on temp ranges
[10:54] <steve_rox> any other ideas?
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[10:54] <Willchill> make a space station
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[10:55] <steve_rox> that could work
[11:00] <Jck_true> linix: You want your own idea to make it interresting - Otherwise the project is gonna bore you :)
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[11:02] <linix> i will try a project that will be fun, thanks guys
[11:04] <Jck_true> linix: Well... Good luck then :)
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[11:17] <linix> Jck_true....thanks
[11:21] <steve_rox> 8 relay board can be fun
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[11:28] <ShorTie> it's all fun when in the name of play .. :)~
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[11:33] <[Saint]> Psssst. ShorTie, there's a snake in your mouth.
[11:34] <[Saint]> Badger badger badger badger mushroom mushroom, snaaaaaaaaaake!
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[11:35] <[Saint]> Oh man, that takes me back. I wonder what Weeble's up to now, probably still makin' stuff I guess.
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[11:39] <knightwise> [Saint]: DAMN YOU !
[11:39] <knightwise> now i'm stuck with that in my head
[11:39] * [Saint] bows
[11:39] <knightwise> http://www.hamsterdance.org/hamsterdance/
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[11:39] <knightwise> My vengeance (and antidote)
[11:39] <[Saint]> Hahahaha
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[11:41] <knightwise> hmm.. i'm going to see if I can get emulation station working on my pi
[11:43] <[Saint]> I've been messing around with big screen Android on the C1 today
[11:44] <[Saint]> I've also been trying to get 5.x building for the C1, but my device tree is a complete mess of hacks and kludges.
[11:44] <[Saint]> (Hey, thanks for the help there Hardkernel...NOT!)
[11:46] <[Saint]> They're still playing the fun fun game of "Let's see how many GPL requests we can ignore"
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[11:46] <[Saint]> They're /really/ good at this game.
[11:46] <[Saint]> But, I'm a persistent bugger.
[11:46] <[Saint]> They'll learn this
[11:47] <[Saint]> It ultimately ends in "who gets sick of dealing with who first"
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[11:50] <[Saint]> The fun thing with the C1 is that its plenty fast enough to run Debian in a chroot in the background on top of Android and then bring it to the foreground with an Android VNC client.
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[11:50] <knightwise> is the C1 a new version of the pi ?
[11:50] <[Saint]> I was previously doing the same thing with my Nexus 5 and a Chromecast to enjoy big screen Android.
[11:50] <Triffid_Hunter> knightwise: no, it's a massively faster platform targeting the same price point by a totally different crew
[11:50] <knightwise> Cool :)
[11:51] <[Saint]> knightwise: oh, sorry, no, its a Hardkernel board. Leagues ahead, approximately the same price point.
[11:52] * knightwise is a total raspNoob
[11:52] <[Saint]> Have a look at Hardkernel's site.
[11:52] <[Saint]> You'll likely be amazed.
[11:53] <[Saint]> The specs, for the price, are VERY nice. Its the logical upgrade for those who find the pi's limitations too annoying.
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[11:55] <[Saint]> 1.7GHz quad core (OC to 2.2GHz with relative ease), 1GB RAM, gigabit Ethernet, optional eMMC storage, UHS-I sdcard, IR. etc.
[11:55] <[Saint]> Makes a great thin client.
[11:56] <knightwise> I'm still looking for a final destination for my Pi
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[11:56] <knightwise> working with Retropi but i dont think my 4gig sd card is big enough
[11:57] <[Saint]> Final Destination? If it's anything like the movie, it'll get crushed by a big sign or hit by a bus.
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[11:57] <[Saint]> ...or blow up on a plane.
[11:57] <knightwise> LOL
[11:57] <knightwise> Ive done some experimenting on it on "slow computing"
[11:57] <knightwise> very interesting :)
[11:57] <knightwise> (see blogpost : www.knightwise.com )
[11:58] <[Saint]> knightwise: if you have a USB pen drive, you can offload the root and or home partition to it.
[11:58] <knightwise> thats an option too
[11:58] <knightwise> + i still need to get my controller working
[11:59] <knightwise> documentation on retropi is a bit poor i'm afraid
[11:59] * [Saint] nods
[11:59] <[Saint]> It could be worse. But its not great, yeah.
[12:01] <knightwise> I have simple desires.. just play mario on it with my simple usb Nes controller.
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[12:01] <knightwise> shouldn't be that hard
[12:03] <BurtyB> [Saint], Is the network via the USB on the C1?
[12:03] <[Saint]> Nope.
[12:05] <BurtyB> cool I might give one a try (I have a U3 atm and that keeps losing the USB even after modding it)
[12:05] <[Saint]> I honestly don't know how they managed to make the board at that price and still turn a profit.
[12:05] <[Saint]> ...but, good on 'em.
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[12:06] <[Saint]> I had quite a few of the initial Hardkernel boards and they're all pretty good.
[12:06] <[Saint]> But this one is foolishly cheap.
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[12:06] <[Saint]> The U* series are all very cute.
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[12:17] <canton7> ooh, is this the ODROID-C1? just bought one of those - it's lying at home, waiting for a new SD card
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[12:23] <[Saint]> canton7: that's what I was talking about, yes.
[12:24] <[Saint]> I've fired up my Android dev virtual machine on the server again, ready for another round of jiggery-pokery
[12:24] <[Saint]> I really want to get 5.0.2 booting on it.
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[12:27] <Armand> canton7, for the Odroid units, the eMMC is *FAR* better.
[12:27] <[Saint]> More expensive, but, yes. Indeed.
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[12:28] <[Saint]> Though the sdcard actually supports UHS-I, so its leaves after than a pi.
[12:28] <[Saint]> *leagues
[12:28] <Armand> It's worth the extra.
[12:29] <[Saint]> I've just finished kludging a full google apps package into their base image.
[12:29] <[Saint]> ie. "make Android actually useful"
[12:30] <[Saint]> AOSP is great and all...but, Android sans "Google Experience" stuffs is largely crap.
[12:30] <canton7> I was wondering whether it was worth it - the plan was to try the SD, and upgrade to eMMC if it was too slow. do you think it's that significant?
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[12:30] <[Saint]> See how you feel.
[12:30] <canton7> bearing in mind I'm running fairly base-bones linux on it, no android or UI
[12:30] <[Saint]> Your plan isn't a bad one.
[12:30] <canton7> *bare-bones
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[12:30] <[Saint]> If you find it OK, then its OK.
[12:30] <[Saint]> If you dont, you don't.
[12:30] <canton7> cool - if you'd said "it doesn't matter, it's *far* better" I'd have ordered one now :P
[12:31] <Armand> canton7, sure... and you might be able to DD the SD card onto the eMMC. :)
[12:31] <Armand> Not sure how well that would work, but.
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[12:31] <[Saint]> You can, indeed.
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[12:32] <[Saint]> The emmc comes with an SD adapter for writing on another host anyway.
[12:32] <Armand> I've never tried it myself. I went for eMMC from the start.
[12:32] <canton7> yeah - the fact that the eMMC card just has an adapter to an SD interface suggests they operate in pretty much the same way
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[12:32] <[Saint]> Oh, sure. Just one is orders of magnitude faster than the other.
[12:32] <canton7> aye - was just talking from the dd perspective
[12:33] <[Saint]> But like I said the SD supports UHS-I, so its a lot faster than the pi, which isn't exactly /terrible/.
[12:33] <[Saint]> You'll likely find it "good enough".
[12:33] <canton7> sweet, cheers
[12:33] <Triffid_Hunter> UHS-1 speed grade is for sequential write.. most OS operations are random write which high speed class cards are typically slower at
[12:34] <canton7> it'll mainly be doing number-crunching on an external HDD anyway, so I'm not imagining the SD will be the bottleneck
[12:34] <[Saint]> Triffid_Hunter: yeah, sure, but pushing large amounts of contiguous data around is where (I find) the pi falls over.
[12:35] <[Saint]> So its not like it won't make a difference at all.
[12:35] <Triffid_Hunter> heh the pi falls over pushing any sort of data around in any order
[12:35] <[Saint]> Its not that bad. ;))
[12:35] <[Saint]> For its intended purpose, anyway.
[12:36] <[Saint]> Were using it for far more than its stated purpose. :)
[12:36] <[Saint]> Its really for kids to bugger around on and flip LEDs on and off at the end of the day
[12:36] <[Saint]> And it does that in spades.
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[12:37] <[Saint]> Now...running a full Linux distro with a DE, ...notsomuch.
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[12:46] <knightwise> [Saint]: it does make for decent thin client
[12:46] <knightwise> some X forwarding in there and you're good to go .. no ?
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[13:05] <ShorTie> blaaa, fetchmail: connection to localhost:smtp [127.0.0.1/25] failed: Connection refused.
[13:06] <ShorTie> atleast fetchmail seems to work, some what, lol.
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[13:11] <SkyRocknRoll> Hello
[13:11] <SkyRocknRoll> epiphany browser not working for me
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[13:11] <SkyRocknRoll> I have downloaded and installed raspbian in the sd card..
[13:12] <SkyRocknRoll> Internet is working well in the same rpi using netsurf
[13:13] <SkyRocknRoll> Whenever i type any url and hit enter it is keep on loading but nothing is showing up in the screen...
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[13:14] <SkyRocknRoll> My whole is spent on this issue still not able to figure out. Any help would be highly appriciated
[13:14] <SkyRocknRoll> Davespice, hi
[13:15] <SkyRocknRoll> I am using Model B
[13:15] <SkyRocknRoll> anybody there ?
[13:15] <SkyRocknRoll> knock knock
[13:16] <SkyRocknRoll> hi Kripton KindOne johang
[13:16] <KindOne> Why exactily are you highlighting me?
[13:17] <Davespice> hi SkyRocknRoll, are you using the latest install from the 24th of December?
[13:17] <SkyRocknRoll> Davespice, Yes
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[13:17] <KindOne> SkyRocknRoll, a bit silly to masshighlight random people
[13:18] <SkyRocknRoll> KindOne, Yeah!! Sorry
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[13:18] <knightwise> SkyRocknRoll: can you ping an outside server ?
[13:18] <knightwise> ping 8.8.8.8
[13:18] <Davespice> can you open LXTerminal and enter the following command: cat /proc/cpuinfo
[13:19] <SkyRocknRoll> knightwise, Yes i am able to ping google.com it works. also i am able to load pages using netsurf web browser
[13:19] <Davespice> what does it say under Revision:
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[13:19] <SkyRocknRoll> Davespice, cpu Revision : 7
[13:20] <Davespice> nope, just revision, second from the bottom
[13:20] <Davespice> about serial
[13:20] <Davespice> above*
[13:20] <SkyRocknRoll> Davespice, 000d
[13:21] <Davespice> ah okay, so that is a 512MB version I think
[13:21] <SkyRocknRoll> Davespice, Yes it has 512MB RAM ..
[13:21] <nimoot> KindOne does "Falling" ring any bells?
[13:22] <SkyRocknRoll> Davespice, /proc/meminfo Memtotal : 447824 kB
[13:22] <Davespice> SkyRocknRoll: can I suggest you do a post under http://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/viewforum.php?f=66 describing the problem and also post the output of the command I gave you
[13:23] <Davespice> I don't know what to suggest but someone else in the community might
[13:23] <SkyRocknRoll> Davespice, http://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/viewtopic.php?f=66&t=96714 i have it here
[13:23] <Davespice> oh I see you already have
[13:23] <nimoot> SkyRocknRoll, how is your Pi connected to the interwebs?
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[13:24] <SkyRocknRoll> nimoot, Ethernet cable through router
[13:24] <SkyRocknRoll> Davespice, will add cpuinfo to the post
[13:24] <Davespice> I would suggest to add the extra info yes, that should help people to solve it, I wonder if the problem is specific to that revision, might be worth it (if you have another Pi) to swap the SD card into a different Pi and try it again
[13:25] <Davespice> sorry I couldn't be more helpful
[13:25] <KindOne> nimoot, why exactily are you highlighting me?
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[13:25] <nimoot> Stop acting like a groutchy old man and answer my question. >_>
[13:26] <SkyRocknRoll> Davespice, i have 4 rpi but all are bought at the same time
[13:26] <SkyRocknRoll> Davespice, switching same model rpi does it make sense ?
[13:26] <Davespice> okay well you can check that by looking at the output of car /proc/cpuinfo
[13:26] <Davespice> sorry: cat /proc/cpuinfo
[13:28] <SkyRocknRoll> Davespice, Sure
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[13:28] <Davespice> go here to cross check: http://elinux.org/RPi_HardwareHistory
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[13:28] <ShorTie> my Revision : 0010
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[13:44] <DoctorD90> guys, at who can i ask to add driver of Realtek RTL8188EUS wifi chip in raspbian?
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[13:45] <niston> perhaps not enough video memory?
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[13:51] <shiftplusone> DoctorD90, me, I suppose.
[13:52] <ShorTie> you sure it's not there DoctorD90, sounds like it should be
[13:52] <DoctorD90> shiftplusone: hi! (shrtie here i am xD)
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[13:54] <ShorTie> it says the driver is now in the linux kernel as of version 3.12, but got me
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[13:54] <DoctorD90> many people purchase tplink tl-wn725n ...on internet it is signed like out of the box....but it is "out of the box" only v1, not actual v2 and each time/update (kernel update) people have to looking fr a wifi dongle module update.....is possible implement it in rasbpian image?
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[13:55] <DoctorD90> shortie really? last time i used raspbian (november more or less) i have to download an upated module and install in it
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[13:57] <ShorTie> have you just plugged it in and see what dmesg or lsusb -vvvvv says about it ??
[13:57] <ShorTie> or if anything new pops up in lsmod
[13:58] <DoctorD90> shortie, at time, i have to download and install the updated module. due to im nt using raspbian rigth now, im not having this problem, but i would use rsspbian in next days, and im scared to update xD
[13:59] <ShorTie> might want to run rpi-update to get latest kernel and modules too...
[14:00] <DoctorD90> yep
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[14:01] <DoctorD90> last time i did that, wif dongle dont work again.....and at each time i have to search the latest driver manually on internet :) due to this im asking if would be possible add that driver in next repo/updates :)
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[14:01] <shiftplusone> if you confirm it's not there, ping me and I'll see if that's something we'd want to address.
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[14:02] <shiftplusone> (well it is something we'd want to address in any case, but need to make sure there's no reason not to do it first)
[14:02] <DoctorD90> ...ok, this nigth once i will at home again, i will test it :) thx shiftplusone
[14:03] <DoctorD90> here in italy many people has purchase this rev2 wifi dongle
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[14:06] <DoctorD90> shiftplusone: english post : http://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/viewtopic.php?f=28&t=62371&sid=041d8d586b4569b534eeac64c5b4b14e&start=425
[14:06] <DoctorD90> last post is 2015 if i havent seen wrong
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[14:13] <ShorTie> http://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/viewtopic.php?p=462982#p462982 , 3.12.36+ #737 - 8188eu-20150114.tar.gz
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[14:15] <DoctorD90> yes shortie, but do this each time is a little boring...and thinking about...i have b...i can use eth.....people with a cant use (easly) internet without xD ....
[14:17] <ShorTie> it's more so the life and fun of Linux
[14:17] <ShorTie> you oughta try Gentoo some time, lol.
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[14:19] <ShorTie> Debian with it's precompiled packages makes it soooo easy, imho
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[14:23] <n00b_4rm_aus> Hi all
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[14:27] <DoctorD90> ShorTie: at this time, im to noob for something more difficult of apt-get/dpkg/configure-make xD debian is enough for me now.... xD
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[14:30] <n00b_4rm_aus> anyone here doing any home automation with rpi and ardunio?
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[14:34] <ozzzy> not i
[14:35] <n00b_4rm_aus> all good
[14:35] <n00b_4rm_aus> take it your from Oz as well then or just your nick?
[14:35] <ozzzy> nope... not from Oz
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[14:50] <korst3n> hey guys.. google tells me that raspberry pi model b+ does not need heatsinks. however if i run it with high cpu usage for longer period i'm afraid it'll get hotter. in the website i'm ordering the device, i have two options: 2 heatsinks vs 1 heatsink and a fan. what should i choose?
[14:50] <shiftplusone> korst3n, no heatsinks.
[14:51] <korst3n> so, fan then? :)
[14:51] <shiftplusone> no
[14:51] <ozzzy> korst3n, the B doesn't need heatsinks either
[14:51] <korst3n> so.. a decorative fan it is!
[14:52] <shiftplusone> =/
[14:52] <ozzzy> fans are horrible noisy things
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[14:54] <shiftplusone> and about as decorative as a cardboard spoiler on a bicycle.
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[15:14] <zlimvos> Hi all. one question, when modifying wpa_supplicant.conf (I moved from WPA to WPA2) how can i apply changes without reboot?
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[15:18] <Bilby> Good morning, The Internet
[15:18] <DoctorD90> shiftplusone: is possible install network-manager too by default in raspbian? instead of wpa-gui? ...it is very much more full of function and automated :)
[15:18] <DoctorD90> hi bilby
[15:18] <shiftplusone> no
[15:18] <shiftplusone> it's too resource heavy
[15:18] <DoctorD90> really?
[15:18] <shiftplusone> Simon is doing stuff to make wifi stuff more sensible.
[15:19] * Bilby is going to play with his Pi today
[15:19] <Bilby> at least, if no one at work bothers me too much
[15:19] <Matt> network manager is stupidly heavy
[15:19] <DoctorD90> because with net-manager im able to link tablet to usb, start thetering, and use vnc/ssh on tablet to connect to it
[15:20] <Matt> here, this is from my current laptop
[15:20] <Matt> PID USER PR NI VIRT RES SHR S %CPU %MEM TIME+ COMMAND
[15:20] <Matt> 3553 matt 20 0 706m 10m 4248 S 0 0.3 8:45.64 nm-applet
[15:20] <shiftplusone> and that functionality doesn't come for free.
[15:20] <Matt> 1166 root 20 0 237m 5624 2424 S 0 0.2 5:17.81 NetworkManager
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[15:21] <Matt> that's an awful lot of memory, especially when you think about how much you have on the pi
[15:21] <DoctorD90> if i found another solution in raspbian to do it, maybe i can write a little article...because use tablet like monitor/mouse/key is very usefull....
[15:23] <DoctorD90> an easy conector to net..uhm...the power of google to me!......
[15:26] <Bilby> knowing how to google is 60% of being a Tier 1 tech, 80% of being a Tear 2 tech, and 100% of being a Tier 3+ tech
[15:26] <Bilby> ... huh. where did minibian go.
[15:27] <Bilby> ah nm
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[15:37] <DoctorD90> maybe found out....but better search a little more,..
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[15:37] <bytefire> hi, i want to run raspberry pi b+ 24x7. should i get a heat sink/fan for it?
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[15:39] <ozzzy> bytefire, shouldn't need one
[15:40] <ozzzy> if they needed a heatsink they'd come with them
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[15:41] <bytefire> ozzzy, thanks. my worry is that pi would be running 24x7, although not doing much work.
[15:42] <ozzzy> even full-out the chip won't need one
[15:42] <bytefire> awesome!
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[15:44] <ozzzy> a lot of cases throw in those cheap sinks as a 'selling point'... but they don't do much of anything
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[15:46] <bytefire> ozzzy, that makes sense. i searched online and it looks like BCM2835 SoC is built to survive inside a case without needing a heat sink.
[15:46] <ozzzy> yep
[15:47] <bytefire> good stuff. i can order a nice looking case now, without worrying about sink or fan :)
[15:47] <shiftplusone> bytefire, start to consider adding cooling if it's going to be in a closed case with no holes in direct sunlight in a desert.
[15:47] <ozzzy> next to a grill
[15:47] <shiftplusone> on venus
[15:47] <ozzzy> oh... good one
[15:48] <shiftplusone> If in doubt, you can measure the temperature with vcgencmd measure_temp. If it's below 80, you have a lot of room to play with.
[15:48] <Bilby> with a fat american sitting on it
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[15:48] <bytefire> ah ok
[15:48] <Bilby> source: Am fat American
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[15:48] <shiftplusone> is there any other kind?
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[15:48] <ozzzy> my single-board puter (atom n450) cooks along at 80-90C
[15:49] <ozzzy> spec says 100C so I'm good
[15:49] <shiftplusone> (I think Australians are statistically as overweight as Americans, so I no need to get offended)
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[15:50] <Bilby> lol
[15:51] <Bilby> I was in shape for a while, and technically I'm only about 30lbs above my target weight. I'm a big guy
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[15:56] <shiftplusone> Ah, since moving to a different continent, my parents have no way to stuff my fridge when I'm not looking. I managed to lose a lot of weight on the "too lazy to cook" diet.
[15:56] <Armand> I tried that, but McDonalds. :/
[15:56] <korst3n> thats an excuse
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[15:57] <Armand> Well, duh... :P
[15:57] <shiftplusone> Luckily, we don't seem to have many of those here.
[15:57] <korst3n> get a slow cooker, cook a big pot of stew in sunday, freeze it, microwave everyday
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[15:57] <Armand> There's one less than 5 minutes from my office.
[15:57] <Armand> 24 hour, no less.
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[15:57] <korst3n> Armand: thats why you guys are fat
[15:58] <shiftplusone> plus I'd rather get some chinese takeout or something instead. I'd have to be pretty desperate before finding mcdonalds food appealing.
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[15:58] <Armand> korst3n, It's nearly as bad in the UK, yes. :/
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[15:58] <Armand> shiftplusone, there's a great Indian place down the road.. They do an awesome mixed kebab roll. :D
[15:59] <korst3n> deep fried snickers, mmm
[15:59] <Armand> Eeewww
[15:59] <shiftplusone> You're doing it wrong. D= If you want good kebabs, you go to an Afghani place.
[15:59] <Armand> If there were such a thing around here.
[15:59] <Armand> Lebanese, sure.
[16:00] <korst3n> shiftplusone: as a person from Turkey i am offended by your remark
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[16:00] <shiftplusone> I could go for some Turkey, actually. =/ Can we stop talking about food?
[16:01] <korst3n> thats even more offensive
[16:01] <shiftplusone> is it?
[16:01] <korst3n> yes i am very much offended /s
[16:02] <shiftplusone> Hmm
[16:02] <ozzzy> there used to be a great afghani place in Madison
[16:02] <ozzzy> I'm told it's closed now =(
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[16:03] <shiftplusone> I haven't managed to find any here yet
[16:03] <shiftplusone> and all the shops seem to have identical menus. No variety. That's something I miss about Melbourne.
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[16:14] <didzan> Hi all. I need to create a custom splash screen animated, like a gif. What can I do?
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[16:16] <Bilby> I remember reading somewhere about embedding a different splash screen
[16:16] <didzan> I created a custom image, and stream a video too, but the video ends and show a black screen..
[16:16] <Bilby> I think you actually have to do it at the kernel level? not sure otherwise
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[16:18] <shiftplusone> I think I'd put omxplayer in init.d
[16:18] <didzan> Yes, I used a fbi lib or module, its documentation says that gif is supported, but doesn't work
[16:19] <didzan> display a gif as static image
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[16:36] <Bilby> hah. the latest version of minibian is so minimal it doesn't include sudo
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[16:41] <ShorTie> don't need no sudo
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[16:43] <didzan> Hi all. I need to create a custom splash screen animated, like a gif. What can I do?
[16:43] <didzan> I created a custom image, and stream a video too, but the video ends and show a black screen..
[16:43] <didzan> I used a fbi lib or module, its documentation says that gif is supported, but doesn't work
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[16:44] <didzan> it displays a gif as static image
[16:45] <didzan> There are many video tutorials and doc that describe how to do it using a png image or videos, but not gif!
[16:45] <didzan> Any help please?
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[17:03] <hka> Can't you convert your gif to multiple png?
[17:03] <hka> If it's explained for png.
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[17:13] <xxValiumxx> didzan how many frames does your gif have?
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[17:16] <Bilby> didzan's gif is the entire LoTR trilogy @ 30fps
[17:16] <xxValiumxx> so, still smaller than the HD release then
[17:17] <didzan> xxValiumxx: what do you mean with many frames?
[17:18] <xxValiumxx> your animated gfi, how many images are in the animation
[17:18] <xxValiumxx> gif*
[17:18] <didzan> sorry
[17:18] <didzan> 5 or 6
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[17:19] <didzan> I also convert it to mp4
[17:20] <xxValiumxx> okay, Here's the problem: fbi does not suppoort animation in gif images
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[17:22] <didzan> xxValiumxx: I saw a small tutorial coberting to png and then display all, but if OS is booting, is the black screen shown again?
[17:22] <DoctorD90> F.B.I. supports C.I.A. u.u not G.I.F. u.u
[17:23] <didzan> converting*
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[17:24] <xxValiumxx> I would imagine so, if your sequence of images does not run for very long.
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[17:27] <didzan> xxValiumxx: mmhum, I have a video, and when the video is finished, the black screen comes again!
[17:27] <xxValiumxx> black screen, or the console?
[17:28] <didzan> I found some videos using imagemagick, but I don't know if that works on boot?
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[17:30] <didzan> xxValiumxx: the console, but I added quiet to cmdline.txt and the command lines are hidden
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[17:31] <Bilby> woot, youtube-dl installed and working.
[17:32] <didzan> xxValiumxx: I tried with a loop and the video, but it doesn't finish, I had to reinstall Raspbian
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[17:33] <xxValiumxx> I'd suggest forgetting the animation and use a still
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[17:33] <xxValiumxx> or run the video with omxplayer then show the still with fbi
[17:34] <xxValiumxx> so you have the video, then the last frame of the video is shown until the desktop loads
[17:34] <xxValiumxx> does that make sense?
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[17:40] <didzan> xxValiumxx: yes, I think so
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[17:41] <didzan> xxValiumxx: thanks, and excuse my bad english... just learning
[17:42] <xxValiumxx> that is fine. What is your Native language?
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[17:44] <didzan> xxValiumxx: Spanish... I lived in Miami, Fl, USA for a year
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[17:46] <xxValiumxx> I live in California; I know a fair bit of spanish. I'm willing to bet your english is better than my spanish :P
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[17:51] <didzan> xxValiumxx: hehe, well, thank you for your help.
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[18:00] <xxValiumxx> well isnt that dandy. overscan afects composite AND HDMI
[18:00] <xxValiumxx> in config.txt
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[18:34] <Bilby> hmm, this is deceptively complex
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[18:39] <ShorTie> the origin of the universe ??
[18:40] <ozzzy> Giant Space Kablooie
[18:42] <Tachyon`> https://medium.com/starts-with-a-bang/how-did-the-universe-begin-92e02ca82f7f
[18:42] <Bilby> no, automating youtube downloads
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[18:52] <Bilby> welp, putting that aside for a bit. I can't wrap my head around it and do my dayjob at the same time
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[18:57] <Syliss> looks like a local radio shack is going under, so gonna pick up some stuff for my pi and arduino today
[18:58] <SpeedEvil> s/a local//
[18:59] <SpeedEvil> http://news.slashdot.org/story/15/01/15/1712224/radio-shack-reported-to-be-ready-for-bankruptcy-filing
[18:59] <Syliss> yeah i heard that too
[19:00] <Syliss> kinda sucks
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[19:03] <Syliss> either way, gonna see what i can get since i go there at least once a month to look for stuff
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[19:03] <Syliss> gonna suck not being able walk into a store
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[21:05] <Izaya> Question, I'm looking through the following guide: http://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/viewtopic.php?f=28&t=44044 but I can't seem to get my wifi-dongle to show up in ifconfig -a
[21:05] <Izaya> it is recognized under lsusb
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[21:13] <Froolap> Izaya: Try iwconfig
[21:14] <Izaya> "no wireless extensions"
[21:14] <Izaya> lsusb lists the device "Ralink Technology, Corp." but lsusb shows Driver=,
[21:14] <Izaya> I've run lsmod and then modprobe'd 8192cu
[21:15] <hummingbee> in raspbian is it okay to unmount the /boot partition and run fsck ?
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[21:18] <Froolap> Izaya: Which dongle are you using and which os?
[21:19] <Froolap> hummingbee: I would try it, if it doesn't like it, it would say it's in use.....
[21:20] <Izaya> Raspbian, and the LB-Link Dongle http://www.amazon.com/Lb-link-150mbps-802-11n-Wireless-Adapter/dp/B00DW0MAIA
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[21:22] <Froolap> Looking at the Q/A I've found it to be unnecessary. I *did* find it necessary to locate and compile the drivers for that specific chipset.
[21:23] <hummingbee> ok i tried it, it said it fixed the error flag but didn't seem to change anything
[21:23] <Izaya> Froolap, do you have a link?
[21:23] <Izaya> I'd like to read into it rather than continue to take up your time :)
[21:24] <Froolap> Izaya: That was the first question/answer that came up in the link you posted for your dongle.
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[21:25] <Izaya> ah, on Amazon
[21:25] <Izaya> got it
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[21:26] <Froolap> so it sounds to me like it might be *possible* to get it working, but you'll need to find the module and compile it. Sometimes that can be hit or miss.
[21:26] <Izaya> 8192cu module is in the kernel
[21:26] <Izaya> which I can modprobe
[21:26] <Izaya> but the device and the kernel module don't seem to sync up
[21:27] <Froolap> I've found Ralink drivers that needed to be compiled, but they were written against a 3 year old kernel and wouldn't compile/no longer maintained.
[21:28] <Froolap> You might be loading a driver for a different ralink device, I don't know.....
[21:29] <Froolap> if iwconfig isn't returning a wireless network device, then it seems that either the module for the nic isn't loaded or it's not recognizing the nic.
[21:30] <Izaya> Froolap I'm wondering if I can figure out which module MIGHT be loading for it, if any
[21:30] <Izaya> and if not, then how I can get the module to recognize the nic or vice versa
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[21:31] <Froolap> If it were me, I would shutdown -h and disconnect power. Then disconnect the usb nic. Then boot up the pi.
[21:31] <Froolap> Log in and do a lsmod >>mods.txt so that you have the output stored to a file.
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[21:32] <Izaya> then shut down, plug it in, load up and compare
[21:32] <Izaya> I see where you're going.
[21:32] <Froolap> Then plug in the usb nic...... You should see some message about the device being detected....
[21:32] <Izaya> kk.
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[21:32] <Froolap> Then another run of lsusb should give you and output that you can run diff on to see which module got loaded
[21:33] <ShorTie> lsusb -vvvvv gives all kinds of info
[21:33] <Izaya> doing your suggestion now Froolap
[21:34] <Froolap> I'm not real savy, there are likely better methods..... that's just MY approach
[21:34] <Izaya> okay, plugged in the nic... no message.
[21:34] <Izaya> nothing to the command line anyway.
[21:35] <Froolap> Unplug the nic, do a lsusb then plug in the nic and do another lsusb..... see if it's getting detected there.
[21:35] <Izaya> kk
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[21:37] <ShorTie> dmesg is another good thing to look into
[21:37] <Froolap> It could be that the nic isn't getting enough power to initalize.... Might want to try a powered hub if you don't see the nic.
[21:37] <Izaya> shows up on lsusb and lsusb -t
[21:37] <Izaya> with Driver=,
[21:37] <Froolap> Then it's not loading a module for it.
[21:37] <Izaya> yep
[21:37] <Izaya> lsmod from before/after match
[21:37] <Izaya> no diff.
[21:38] <Froolap> so whatever is sompiled into the kernel likely isn't enough.
[21:38] <Izaya> https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/8192cu-dkms/
[21:38] <Izaya> going with this
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[21:38] <Izaya> though not sure how to makepkg with the Pi
[21:39] <Izaya> "command not found"
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[21:39] <ShorTie> power could be an issue like Froolap said, what model pi is it if i can ask ??
[21:40] <Izaya> B+
[21:40] <ShorTie> cool, what size power adapter ??
[21:41] <Froolap> This driver was working great until I updated my system last week. Oddly, the driver now functions like the default open source drivers in the kernel. Speeds are slow, connections drop out, etc. I've verified the module is loaded and the kernel drivers are blacklisted.
[21:42] <Izaya> It is.... from this: http://www.amazon.com/CanaKit-Raspberry-Complete-Original-Preloaded/dp/B008XVAVAW/ref=pd_cp_pc_1
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[21:42] <Froolap> That's from the link that you posted..... Sounds like maybe this nic could be problematic. people talking about lag and drop outs....
[21:42] <ShorTie> great, 2.5 amp supply
[21:43] <ShorTie> have you done the full current usb hack ??
[21:43] <Izaya> ShorTie: Full current USB hack?
[21:43] <ShorTie> yes sir
[21:43] <Izaya> what is that?
[21:43] <ShorTie> https://projects.drogon.net/testing-setting-the-usb-current-limiter-on-the-raspberry-pi-b/
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[21:44] <ShorTie> other wise it is limited to 600ma i believe
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[21:44] <Izaya> ah okay
[21:44] <Froolap> Izaya: That power supply *should* be fine, but there's nothing like benchmark testing to be certain. If possible I would still try using a powered usb hub, and I would definately try using a different usb slot on the pi, just for the sake of comparison.
[21:44] <Izaya> maybe it's a problem with not enough power?
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[21:48] <ShorTie> 2.5amp supply should power if fine, with the hack
[21:48] <ShorTie> no need for hub
[21:48] <Izaya> kk lets try that then
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[21:49] <ShorTie> heck i power my hdd fine with a 2amp
[21:49] <Izaya> interesting
[21:49] <ShorTie> without the hack it will not even be seen
[21:49] <Izaya> the safe_mode_gpio=4 doesn't show in the current config.txt that he talks about
[21:49] <Izaya> should I just add max_usb_current=1 to it...?
[21:50] <ShorTie> you gotta add the 2 lines
[21:50] <Izaya> oh okay
[21:50] <ShorTie> and then reboot to take effect
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[21:50] <Izaya> doing that now ShapeShifter499
[21:50] <Izaya> rather
[21:50] <Izaya> ShorTie, damn auto-complete
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[21:52] <Izaya> reboot, lsusb still shows the device, but lsusb -t Driver=,
[21:53] <Izaya> brb
[21:55] <Izaya> I'll try the 2nd option
[21:57] <Izaya> seems I need this wiringPi app?
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[21:58] <Izaya> nm going that route now
[22:00] <Izaya> Hmm seems to be doing a lot with sudo apt-get upgrade
[22:00] <Izaya> maybe I'll try it real quick before pushing further.
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[22:03] <eggbeater> hi
[22:03] <plugwash> hi
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[22:04] <eggbeater> it's empty in here
[22:04] <eggbeater> helloooooo.......
[22:05] <eggbeater> plugwash: hi back
[22:11] <Izaya> not empty, just lots of project work happening
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[22:15] <eggbeater> true
[22:15] <Izaya> interesting that this thing does fine with the rt2800usb driver and RT5370 Ralink adapter.
[22:15] <Izaya> well ugh.
[22:15] <eggbeater> actually I have a question
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[22:18] <eggbeater> does that mean go ahead?
[22:18] <Izaya> Just ask ;)
[22:18] <Izaya> if someone is paying attention (and knows the answer) they will probably answer you.
[22:18] <eggbeater> ok :P
[22:18] <eggbeater> What's the most popular place for public share for code?
[22:19] <eggbeater> Like scripts for projects and stufff
[22:19] <Izaya> I'd say github.
[22:19] <eggbeater> *stuff
[22:19] <Izaya> but I'm not the best person to ask on that subject.
[22:19] <eggbeater> Ok
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[22:21] <eggbeater> I put mine on launchpad, but I wasn't sure if that was the best place.
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[22:22] <eggbeater> GitHub is a little advanced for me, and I already had a Launchpad account, so yeah.
[22:22] <eggbeater> :D
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[22:34] <[Saint]> eggbeater: https://help.github.com/articles/set-up-git/
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[22:35] <[Saint]> Simple, step-by-step, easy to follow instruction.
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[22:35] <[Saint]> There's nothing advanced or difficult about it at all.
[22:35] <[Saint]> Once you get to the end of that page, there's a link to a page on creating your first repository.
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[22:36] <[Saint]> bah.
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[22:58] <jjido> Does anyone have simple code to read the USB keyboard at boot time (before OS starts)? I am looking for simple and low line count solutions
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[22:58] <BurtyB> errrr
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[23:09] <CM-Punk> Why jjido?
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[23:17] <jjido> CM-Punk that's my idea of fun
[23:18] <CM-Punk> lol I like that
[23:18] <CM-Punk> "What can I do with this thing"
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[23:18] <CM-Punk> Does anyone here know to to dual boot the Pi?
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[23:21] <Tachyon`> CM-Punk, Noobs
[23:21] <filadome> someone gave me a raspberry pi but my monitor is only DVI-D and VGA, is there a way to connect the PI to a screen?
[23:21] <Tachyon`> yes
[23:21] <Tachyon`> yoou simply nee an HDMI to DVI cable
[23:21] <Tachyon`> and you may need to set some options in config.txt to specify the type and resolution of the display
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[23:22] <CM-Punk> !google noobs raspberry pi
[23:22] <CM-Punk> Oh duh, my bot isn't in here
[23:22] <CM-Punk> XD
[23:22] <Tachyon`> it's available for download from the main raspberry pi site
[23:23] <CM-Punk> Thank you Tachyon`
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[23:25] <filadome> my monitor is a Dell 2007FP
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[23:25] <filadome> so, pretty old
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[23:25] <filadome> from around 2006 or 2007
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[23:26] <filadome> is it possible to RDP into the PI?
[23:26] <filadome> i copied the NOOBS data to an SD card
[23:27] <Tachyon`> you wrote it using an image writing app aye?
[23:27] <Tachyon`> or dd if you use a real OS
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[23:30] <driftwood_> Hi
[23:30] <filadome> copy and paste, as the instructions recommended: http://pastebin.com/bZ0qdgMF
[23:30] <giddles> plug it in filadome ;) and get ja pi started
[23:30] <filadome> i don't have a screen for it
[23:31] <giddles> ah ok networkinstallation
[23:31] <giddles> i have no clue
[23:31] <filadome> will the Pi just grab an IP address by itself... ok
[23:31] <giddles> by ya dhcp
[23:31] <filadome> ok, i have an extra cable for that
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[23:32] <giddles> router confed? or with whatever you put pi in local network?
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[23:32] <driftwood_> Got my rasp pi b+ yesterday . cant do anything on it till monday . had a b model about a month ago but soon broke the sd socket . think was bad batch too as broke so easy ,but cant prove it :( .or maybe will have to be v v careful
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