#raspberrypi IRC Log

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IRC Log for 2015-01-27

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[0:10] <niston> I think I'd like to live in New Mexico
[0:10] <niston> love the landscapes
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[0:19] <ChiptuneDev> Do you have any ideas as to what to do with a Raspberry Pi cluster?
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[0:21] <Triffid_Hunter> ChiptuneDev: learn clustering, no good for anything else.. the RPi's performance is so poor that a modern laptop would probably have better performance than a dozen RPis at most tasks
[0:22] <ChiptuneDev> Well what about an Odroid U3?
[0:22] <Triffid_Hunter> ChiptuneDev: dunno, haven't checked that one out.. folks have been telling me that the odroid C1 is quite tasty, massively better performance than RPi and similar price point
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[0:24] <ChiptuneDev> Ah that's the one, The U3 is even better, but it's almost double the price
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[0:35] <niston> but getting a RPi for performance would be... ill-advised
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[0:35] <niston> it eats very little power though and doesn't need active cooling.
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[0:36] <ChiptuneDev> niston: Yeah I'll use the ODroid-U3, it has 1.5GHz Quad Core, 1GB RAM, and eMMC
[0:37] <ChiptuneDev> *C1
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[1:09] <Datalink> someone please remind me why converting ReactOS to our ARM flavor for RPi... would be insane
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[1:24] <Armand> Datalink: "ReactOS� is a free open source operating system based on the best design principles found in the Windows NT� architecture"
[1:24] <Armand> That's why..
[1:24] <Datalink> Armand, thank you
[1:24] <Datalink> I needed that
[1:24] <niston> NT is based on VMS
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[1:25] <ozzzy> same architect... but 'based on' would be a stretch
[1:25] <ozzzy> Cutler brought some ideas over
[1:25] <niston> yeah
[1:28] <niston> "Most of NT's core designers had worked on and with VMS at Digital; some had worked directly with Cutler."
[1:28] <niston> interesting read there http://windowsitpro.com/windows-client/windows-nt-and-vms-rest-story
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[1:28] <Hackanimus> hi
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[1:30] <Hackanimus> anyone tried to use ssh tunel software to create a remotely accessable Pi network monitoring tool?
[1:32] <Hackanimus> anyone active in this channel at the moment?
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[1:33] <niston> I have not used ssh tunnel software to create a remotely accessible Pi network monitoring tool.
[1:33] <niston> why you ask? trying to do something?
[1:33] <niston> encountering a problem?
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[1:35] <AirForce590> Yo
[1:36] <AirForce590> What is everyone building?
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[1:44] <niston> ozzzy: so you see they are really more similar than anyone would have thought
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[5:56] <icecube45> My friend abuses his pi too much :(
[5:56] <icecube45> right now, he has it thinking it has intel processors
[5:56] <icecube45> and that it downloads at Pb/s
[5:56] <CoJaBo_> wat
[5:56] <icecube45> the poor thing
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[6:07] <dualz> hey guys
[6:07] <dualz> anyone here do an arch install on their rpi?
[6:07] <Kirito> \o
[6:07] <Kirito> Hi hi, I do.
[6:07] <dualz> oh nice
[6:07] <dualz> i haven't researched it that much yet, i was just curious if a lot of others have done it
[6:08] <dualz> i found the install guide on arch's wiki
[6:08] <Kirito> I run Arch on my RasPi XBMC device
[6:08] <Kirito> It runs quite well
[6:08] <dualz> i was wondering if that was the best one to go off
[6:08] <dualz> or if there's another pretty good install guide
[6:08] <Kirito> Yes, it should be.
[6:08] <Kirito> Arch's wiki is a great (and generally the best) reference for just about anything Arch related
[6:09] <dualz> i'm still deciding what devious things to make my first pi
[6:10] <dualz> i was thinking a license plate scanner using open cv, hook up little cameras in my car
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[6:10] <dualz> but not sure about the processing power
[6:10] <dualz> so i'll have to run some benchmarks
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[9:34] <d3lphi> hello. when I would put the write-lock in the MMC card, would raspbian work without any problems? I am aware that no data will be written afterwards on the MMC, but I want like to know if raspbian can work with the readonly mode
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[9:35] <ShorTie> that little plastic thing does nothing in the pi
[9:35] <Triffid_Hunter> d3lphi: it is possible to run linux with readonly disk, but raspbian certainly isn't set up for it out of the box
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[9:41] <ShorTie> readonly mode will not stop sdcard corruption, if that is what your after, i believe
[9:42] <SpeedEvil> Not writing helps.
[9:43] <ShorTie> better power supply is most likely the best idea though
[9:43] <SpeedEvil> yeah
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[9:47] <Triffid_Hunter> ShorTie: depends on the cause of the corruption.. if it's browning out and not writing correctly, or being shut down mid-write (hard poweroff) then running readonly will definitely fix it.. if it's reading bad data off the card and not picking up the error, running readonly won't help
[9:51] <d3lphi> ShorTie: you're right, that is what I am looking for. I have 7 different RPi's, have tried about 6 different MMC cards and installations, and still after some weeks a corruption may occur. We also tried various power supplys. I'm disappointed and have no other possibilites to try.
[9:51] <d3lphi> we have very good power supplys with 2A, tried different ones... but after some weeks or months it does happen again and again
[9:52] <ShorTie> what is the quality of your micro-usb cable ??
[9:53] <ShorTie> cheapy phone charging 1's can cause to much voltage lost and problems
[9:53] <ShorTie> what model pi's ??
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[9:54] <d3lphi> ShorTie: the cable is "fix" connected to the power supply. It's ONE cable, no extra microUSB cable plugged in between power supply and power connector on the RPi
[9:54] <d3lphi> ShorTie: the latest ones B/512MB
[9:56] <d3lphi> ShorTie: no, it's not a usual power supply used for smartphones and similar. It's a really good an expensive power supply by electronical shop which is certified and intended for RaspberryPi. And I don't use overclocking. I can tell you: I am experimenting over 1 year with 7 RaspberryPis and tried lots of different stuff
[9:56] <ShorTie> ok, the assumtion that because it is a 2amp supply it is good maybe wrong, have you measured the actual voltage from tp1 to tp2 ??
[9:56] <d3lphi> the issue occurs mainly on 4 models which are used daily, it's running Raspbian+Midori in KioskMode, they are in use 8 hours a day
[9:57] <ShorTie> is there any other usb devices attached to them ??
[9:57] <d3lphi> ShorTie: no, I didn't measure voltage from tp1 to tp2, but I tried about 4 different power supplys, all intended for the use with RPis
[9:57] <d3lphi> ShorTie: yes, there is a bluetooth USB stick inserted to allow the Logitech K400 keyboard to work.
[9:57] <d3lphi> but no WiFi at all
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[9:59] <ShorTie> whelp, 1st i'd measure the voltage and then i might try moving any usb stuff off to a powered hub
[10:00] <ShorTie> the voltage (or heart beat as i call it) tells the tail most
[10:01] <ShorTie> compare the voltage coming out of the supply to test points tp1-tp2, if you can
[10:02] <ShorTie> that will tell the tail of your power supply cabling
[10:02] <steve_rox> if only we had multi meters fast enough to display voltage rapid change
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[10:02] <Datalink> steve_rox, I own 2 scopes for that sort of stuff
[10:03] <Datalink> I really should plug my newer one into my Pi's PSU sometime
[10:03] <steve_rox> would be handy to have but i suspect they cost a bomb
[10:03] <d3lphi> steve_rox: I think you need an analogue meter for displaying rapid change of voltage
[10:03] <ShorTie> only really need that if your running towards the min of 4.8v at tp1-tp2 though
[10:03] <d3lphi> ShorTie: is there any layout which you can show me, where I should measure?
[10:03] <steve_rox> alough the latest rpi can sence when its a low power
[10:03] <ShorTie> you got a good 5.0, all should be well
[10:04] <ShorTie> they are marked on the board, 1 is by the big cap and the other is by the composite video
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[10:05] <Triffid_Hunter> steve_rox: they're called oscilloscopes :P
[10:05] <d3lphi> ShorTie: ok, I will check that, but ... you mentioned the USB stuff... there is connected a barcode scanner, too on the second USB port. Maybe that's the problem? the RPi cannot provide enough power for the Logitech K400 and the barcode scanner?
[10:06] <Datalink> d3lphi, tp1 and tp2 are 2 small holes
[10:06] <Triffid_Hunter> steve_rox: things like the DSO nano are pretty interesting for small stuff
[10:06] <ShorTie> could be, under heavy use at least
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[10:06] <steve_rox> i dont have one plus i dont have any experence in chooseing or operateing one
[10:07] <d3lphi> ShorTie: so when I put the MMC card in "write-protected" mode, it won't help either?
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[10:07] <ShorTie> if you could type on the keyboard, work the barcode scanner and measure the voltage at the same time, might tell if a powered hub is need
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[10:08] <Datalink> yeah, I was gonna link a DSO nano, unless you're doing high speed operations or high power changes, it'll see noise on DC loads, and audio level waveforms, among other items... I wouldn't trust a DSO for balanced protocols like ethernet, USB or HDMI but it works great for analog
[10:08] <Triffid_Hunter> d3lphi: rpi ignores the switch. you have to mess with raspbian's early userspace and logging setup, so the rootfs stays in readonly mode
[10:08] <ShorTie> nop, that little blob of plastic switch is not reconized on the pi
[10:09] <john_rambo> Hi I just booted in to Raspberry Pi ... My monitor's resolution is 1920 X 1080 but the Pi is displaying 1776 by 952 ...How do I make it full screen ?
[10:09] <d3lphi> Triffid_Hunter: ShorTie: That means, when I put raspbian's rootfs filesystem into "read-only", will that solve my issue?
[10:10] <ShorTie> can't garentee that
[10:10] <d3lphi> worth a try
[10:11] <steve_rox> ent that hdmi overscan?
[10:11] <Datalink> john_rambo, /boot/config.txt can be edited for changing the video settings, there are a few settings, I'd start with, as steve_rox mentioned, the overscan, I disable it on mine
[10:11] <d3lphi> is there any certain tutorial which you guys can point me to, for switching my running raspbian into "read-only" mode?
[10:11] <Datalink> though it will affect the composite as well
[10:11] <Triffid_Hunter> d3lphi: everything will break if you just flip the startup script, you need to change the logging and anything else that expects to write during startup
[10:11] <d3lphi> Triffid_Hunter: I see... do you know a tutorial for doing that?
[10:11] <Datalink> d3lphi, why are you wanting to put the system into RO?
[10:12] <Triffid_Hunter> d3lphi: I don't know of a good tutorial. note that it's not a raspbian-specific thing, a generic linux read-only tutorial should help hugely
[10:12] <SirLagz> d3lphi: why do you want to do that ?
[10:13] <Datalink> I had a problem with another board yesterday, not being able to write to the OS breaks a lot of things you wouldn't think would break
[10:13] <SirLagz> indeed
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[10:13] <Datalink> er the OS root partition
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[10:13] <SirLagz> you need to have a few locations still writable
[10:13] <Datalink> d3lphi, which is why I'm wondering why your'e wanting to set the filesystem read only
[10:13] <ShorTie> usb flash drives are a little more tolerate, might try putting the os on 1 of those
[10:14] <ShorTie> not hard, just write the image to it, and change config.txt on sdcard
[10:16] <Datalink> d3lphi, do you have one of the devices available, I'd like to see a paste of df -h for the root partition
[10:16] <SirLagz> that's the slack way lol
[10:19] <ShorTie> works good though, even on a 320gig hdd, hehe.
[10:19] <SirLagz> haha
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[10:20] <Datalink> one of the Raspbian repo servers is a RPi on a server rack shelf, with a self-powered USB 1TB hard drive, article noted it was the only computer in the rack without GigE
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[10:25] <Triffid_Hunter> tmpfs is good for the few things that need to be writeable, like /tmp and a few spots in /var
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[10:27] <poolson> hey anyone have trouble with nrf24l01 modules the can receive but not send?
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[10:37] <Datalink> d3lphi, I actually have a more fundimental question, how good is the ventilation to the Pis?
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[11:06] <d3lphi> Datalink: sorry for late reply, I was away
[11:06] <d3lphi> there is no temperature problem, it's quite cool around the RPi
[11:07] <Ben64> how about the question from an hour ago?
[11:07] <Datalink> d3lphi, quite alright, okay, then what brand are the SD cards? kinda going through a checklist of possible issues I can think of that'd cause issues with your OS
[11:07] <Ben64> d3lphi: why RO
[11:07] <Datalink> Ben64, I re-read chat history and discovered it's a corruption issue, so that answered the question for me
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[11:08] <Ben64> i didn't see that anywhere
[11:08] <Ben64> but ok, RO is not the answer still
[11:09] <Datalink> yeah, finding hte cause and making a fix for it is... my concerns are possible substandard parts, and possible corrupting configurations for the Pi (such as log daemons writing too often)
[11:10] <Ben64> what version pi
[11:10] <Datalink> d3lphi, I'm also curious about your software's data flow, does it write locally or does it work over network (say, telnet terminal, webapp)
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[11:13] <Ben64> d3lphi isn't good about answering questions...
[11:14] <Datalink> he's probably at work right now
[11:14] <Ben64> the only time i have sd card problems is if i move the pi around while on
[11:14] <Ben64> probably my case's fault
[11:15] <Datalink> vibration and shock does have a bit of risk of making the contacts spring, not often an issue though
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[11:15] <d3lphi> Datalink: I tried different MMC cards from the hardware list of RPi wiki, actually I am working with Kingston 8GB Class10
[11:16] <Datalink> Ben64, as for time to answer questions, I've helped people over the course of an entire week to troubleshoot issues, it doesn't bug me, just means I can get stuff done between answers, questions and the like
[11:16] <d3lphi> Ben64: I thought that RO would protect me from mmc card corruption
[11:16] <Datalink> d3lphi, Ben64 had a good point, how is the environment the PIs are in, is there a source of vibration nearby?
[11:17] <d3lphi> Datalink: data flow is simple: the RPi is booting into desktop, Midori is started in fullscreen mode and that's it. Only one website (local area network) within my LAN is contacted, it's a PHP software which allows the user to scan with barcode scanner items and show them on the website. Really few network traffic
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[11:18] <Datalink> okay, so frontend for a PHP system, makes things simple on the Pi side at least
[11:19] <Datalink> d3lphi, one fix I'd consider is moving the Midori cache directory to a tmpfs as it's probably getting written to frequently
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[11:22] <Datalink> okay, just read up on it, burried a bit so I'll be up for going through it
[11:22] <Datalink> ~/.cache is the default location for Midori, you can set a variable in the user's .profile to change it, or add a tmpfs at that location
[11:23] <Datalink> export XDG_CACHE_HOME=/dev/shm
[11:23] <Datalink> that's the environment variable it reads to find it's cache folder, if unset it defaults to ~/.cache/
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[11:25] <Triffid_Hunter> don't use /dev/shm, put a tmpfs on top of /home/pi/.cache
[11:25] <Datalink> yeah, I was pasting from their FAQ
[11:25] <leio> always nice to lose all sort of other caches on reboots too :D
[11:26] <Datalink> do use a proper tmpfs for it, 64 megs should be big enough for the pages you're loading, and not take too much away from available memory
[11:26] <leio> tmpfs doesn't take the defined size of RAM, only how much is actually saved there.
[11:27] <Datalink> leio, ah, hm, how does it handle a lot of stuff in the tmpfs? I don't want us to have helped him stop SD issues by just causing memory issues
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[11:29] <ShorTie> really need to figure out the root cause of what is causing the file corruption, trying to do a work around fix most likely will not work real well
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[11:30] <ShorTie> but thats just imho
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[11:31] <Datalink> ShorTie, okay, lemme explain my running theory, web browsers, even Midori, write pages to their cache before displaying them, even if it's progma=no-cache, if you're writing a page every data entry, that makes a lot of writes over the course of a day, which could be frequent enough to see corruption in some cases
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[11:32] <leio> I don't see why corruption would happen other than power loss
[11:33] <Datalink> yeah, that part's incomplete, powered hub could help that if the scanners are spiking when turned on
[11:33] <leio> I mount ext4 and such with data=journal now because of that
[11:33] <ShorTie> if you have a file open, and get a brown out, even for a split sec, you can expect file corruption
[11:33] <Datalink> I'd have to test my scanner, but I doubt I have the same model they're using in his enviroment
[11:34] <Triffid_Hunter> Datalink: the way tmpfs works is that it leverages the VFS layer and caches.. basically it presents a "filesystem" but when the VFS tries to write out, it says no (no error) so the files stay in the cache
[11:34] <ShorTie> no fancy work around gonna fix that, imho
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[11:34] <Datalink> ShorTie, you could be write, in which case a powered hub would, since it'd stop the brownouts
[11:34] <Triffid_Hunter> the advantage of tmpfs over ramfs and similar is that it only takes as much ram as the files need, and it can unload to swap if you have swap
[11:35] <Datalink> write=right in that last post
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[11:36] <Datalink> even an unpowered hub with it's own caps could do it, I have a hub I use with my PI at times, when I'm tinkering with hardware as it's caps are big enough to prevent my rev1 Pi from rebooting when I plug in wifi
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[11:37] <ShorTie> and power cabling plays a big big factor, i have a 2amp supply which delievers if'y power threw a 3' micro-usb cable, but yet when hooked up with 20' of 18ga wire it is real close to the 5v mark
[11:38] <ShorTie> so wire size is a big big factor, imho
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[11:45] <Datalink> I'm going to point out that I've had devices cause brown/blackouts, a barcode scanner could be drawing enough when the trigger's pulled to cause a brownout and affect writing, I think, though it's hard to say for sure without watching a voltmeter or scope while working with the scan gun
[11:46] <Datalink> though my Pi's a rev 1, I remember the Rev 2 also has some considerations related to the USB caps
[11:48] <Triffid_Hunter> http://triffid-hunter.no-ip.info/101_0120_mlcc.jpg <-- I made a few mods to mine to beef up the power
[11:49] <ShorTie> already like mentioned all that, but the 1st step is just check the voltage quickly at tp1-tp2
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[11:49] <Datalink> Triffid_Hunter, and I have my novelty doomsday button hub with decent caps
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[11:50] <ShorTie> i sortta did the same thing Triffid_Hunter, but i just did 1 usb port and came off of the input side of the fuse
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[11:50] <ShorTie> mainly for wifi
[11:51] <Triffid_Hunter> I went that way because I power mine via the GPIO port -> http://triffid-hunter.no-ip.info/101_0059.JPG
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[12:00] <ShorTie> there they are
[12:00] <ShorTie> https://www.dropbox.com/s/id5ljm206fmw38v/IMAG0014.JPG?dl=0
[12:00] <ShorTie> https://www.dropbox.com/s/a6clswkvwfch6gs/IMAG0015.JPG?dl=0
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[12:23] <scytale> anyone around?
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[12:25] <Armand> scytale: Nope.
[12:25] <Armand> Well, maybe. :P
[12:25] <scytale> looks like... well i have a question and resistor are kinda not my thing
[12:26] <Armand> Likewise. I've only done a few simple electronics projects.
[12:26] <ShorTie> 330 ohm
[12:27] <ShorTie> thats for an LED, what cha need ??
[12:27] <scytale> I need to buy few resistor for projects i will do... so i am bit confused--- why are metal resistor cheaper than carbon resistors on ebay?
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[12:28] <SpeedEvil> scytale: because noboy makes carbon anymore
[12:28] <SpeedEvil> (not quite true)
[12:28] <SpeedEvil> but 'resistor kit' is probably useful.
[12:29] <scytale> so i can basically i can buy those and i dont need to worry?
[12:29] <ShorTie> oh, got me, laws of supply and demand normally drive the price
[12:29] <SpeedEvil> scytale: yes - pretty much
[12:29] <Triffid_Hunter> scytale: if you want cheap resistors, go with SMD parts.. I like 0603 size but most folks prefer 0805 pr 1206 for easier handling
[12:29] <SpeedEvil> Triffid_Hunter: resistor kits are remarkably inexpensive on ebay
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[12:30] <Datalink> can't go wrong with classic foil resistors, can't breadboard SMD resistors
[12:30] <scytale> To be honest i dont know what i am looking at... i will probably use 3 or 4 of those when i do some projects... and i will be mostly watching tutorials on adafruit or something
[12:31] <Triffid_Hunter> SpeedEvil: 1000 parts for $1 sort of inexpensive?
[12:31] <ShorTie> if you know what values you need, might be better to hit up like Jameco, Newark, ...
[12:31] <Triffid_Hunter> but yeah, if you want to breadboard with smd, gotta put your own leads on 'em. I like 0603 because they fit neatly between 0.1" header pins
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[12:31] <ShorTie> kits, normally got not enough of what you need and to much you'll never use, imho
[12:31] <scytale> The value list:
[12:31] <scytale> 10Ω、22Ω、47Ω、100Ω、150Ω、200Ω、220Ω、270Ω、330Ω、
[12:31] <scytale> 470Ω、510Ω、680Ω、1KΩ、2KΩ、2.2KΩ、3.3KΩ、4.7KΩ、
[12:32] <scytale> 5.1KΩ、6.8KΩ、10KΩ、20KΩ、47KΩ、51KΩ、68KΩ、100KΩ、
[12:32] <scytale> 220KΩ、300KΩ、470KΩ、680KΩ、1M
[12:32] <scytale> 400 Pcs 1/4W 1% 30 Kinds Each Value Metal Film Resistor Assortment Kit Set S
[12:32] <scytale> If this is good for breadboard its good for me
[12:32] <Datalink> I'd use a kit like that
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[12:33] <ahop> Hi!
[12:33] <scytale> Its 2USD from SHANGHAI, China so it will take some time to arrive
[12:33] <ahop> Do you know a good AA / AAA battery charger?
[12:33] <ahop> There are lots of on many websites, amazon, ebay etc.
[12:33] <ahop> but I would like a good one... Do you know one?
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[12:34] <Datalink> scytale, unless you're doing work that requires very precise thermal characteristics, most resistors will work so long as they test within the normal 5%-10% of the listed value, makeup only really becomes important when you need to get into power supply standard values, or broad temperature ranges
[12:35] <ShorTie> kinda depends on the type battery your trying to charge
[12:35] <ahop> ShorTie : AA or AAA
[12:36] <scytale> Datalink, i will use probably 1 for PIR sensor if needed and 1 for humidity sensor and thats it... Maybe some later projects too, but this is for now
[12:36] <Datalink> I'd test a sampling of a Shanghai e-bay kit, like 10% of them across several values, before I'd trust them, knockoff parts is kind of a problem in that area
[12:36] <ahop> This one seems cool : http://www.amazon.fr/Chargeur-Universel-Piles-Rechargeable-Accus/dp/B00KNSYEA6/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1422358581&sr=8-1&keywords=chargeur+pile
[12:36] <ahop> but as always, bad comments as well as good comments ...
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[12:37] <ShorTie> that doesn't say the type, just the size, atleast too me
[12:37] <scytale> Datalink, yeah i got 4 18650 batteries without PCB last year, i was not looking carefully...
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[12:37] <Datalink> scytale, never hurts to have some resistors and learn a bit about them, I need to restock on trimmer pots for some of my more complex stuff
[12:38] <ahop> ShorTie LR06 Ni/Mh they are called in France, i don't know the common name
[12:39] <Datalink> yeah, but with 2USD, you can afford to buy first and check when they arrive, instead of buyer beware issues, I'd test the 330 ohm, the 470, 470K 1M and 220 ohm, as those are pretty common ones for LED work, though I tend to toss resistors on a multimeter out of habbit after a bad one cost me a few hours of a project back in my DC electronics 1 course
[12:39] <Datalink> trouble before I was taught proper troubleshooting, essentially
[12:39] <Triffid_Hunter> ahop: LR06 looks like it's commonly called "AA"
[12:40] <Triffid_Hunter> ahop: I have http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/__7028__Turnigy_Accucel_6_50W_6A_Balancer_Charger_w_Accessories.html - charges everything from AAA cells to car batteries without hiccups or complaints
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[12:41] <scytale> Datalink, i will need read more often what you guys write in here, just found out how to test resistors lol
[12:43] <Datalink> scytale, heh, I'm usually around to answer EE questions, though not always, we do have other EEs who hang out here
[12:44] <Datalink> resistor testing is easy, when not in circuit, when they're in circuit you have to do a bit of math as you go
[12:44] <Triffid_Hunter> when in circuit you typically can't get a reliable reading, as the impact of the surrounding components can be unknown
[12:45] <ahop> Triffid_Hunter how do you charge batteries with that ?
[12:45] <ahop> there is no AAA socket?
[12:45] <ahop> (no AA socket)
[12:45] <Datalink> Triffid_Hunter, not quite, you can work out any circuit with enough time, 'enough time' being thekey word
[12:45] <Triffid_Hunter> ahop: I clip the output leads to wires and put the wires in the device i'm charging batteries for
[12:46] <Triffid_Hunter> Datalink: sure, but it takes less time to unsolder a resistor than reverse-engineer everything around it ;)
[12:46] <Datalink> Triffid_Hunter, when it's an option, sure
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[12:46] <ahop> Triffid_Hunter: oh ok... but is it possible to charge 4 batteries at the same time with this option?
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[12:47] <Datalink> ahop, there should be consumer Ni/MH LR06 chargers out there, no offense to Triffid_Hunter but I think he's gone a bit overboard for AA rechargables :P
[12:47] <Triffid_Hunter> ahop: yep, I've done 8 in series and I think it'll do more
[12:48] <Triffid_Hunter> Datalink: I got it primarily for R/C lipos, but it also does AAs.. I agree, probably not the best option if AAs are your primary focus
[12:48] <Datalink> oh right, that one, I've seen teardowns of it, it is good, but I still kinda think overkill for TV remote NiMH :P
[12:48] <ahop> Datalink: there are hundreds of LR06 chargers, yes, but I know that in the past I have found some bad ones
[12:48] <Triffid_Hunter> it also does 12v lead acid, ie car batteries.. have charged a couple of cars with it in my time :)
[12:48] <ahop> that's why I asked for advice if some people are happy with a specific model
[12:48] <Triffid_Hunter> ahop: I've never encountered a AA charger with inbuilt sockets that I liked
[12:49] <ahop> They usually stop too soon and not even 90% charged, but only maybe 60 or 70
[12:49] <ahop> %
[12:49] <ShorTie> ya, thats like way over kill for some NiMH AA's
[12:49] <Triffid_Hunter> even the "good" ones seem to max out at 500mA, which is a 5 hour charge with modern NiMHs
[12:49] <ahop> because they detect voltage unaccurately
[12:49] <ahop> i.e. the charger detects 1.3V or 1.4V and stop
[12:50] <ShorTie> couple resistors is all you need, hehe.
[12:50] <ahop> but if you use it for 10 seconds in any device
[12:50] <Triffid_Hunter> ShorTie: sure, if you don't mind 14 hour charge time or a fire
[12:50] <ahop> the voltage falls at 1.00V ;)
[12:50] <ahop> so the 1.3V detected was fake, only true on a short time...
[12:50] <Triffid_Hunter> ahop: yeah, that turnigy one does proper crest detection, I've had it push cells up to 2v during a fast 1C charge
[12:50] <Datalink> ahop, valid concern, I'm using a Raovac unit, most basic cheap generic chargers are a Zeiner diode, some LEDs and some resistors, if you want to make sure it's well charged, Triffid_Hunter's option is good though I'd probably prefer to have additional batteries to use it with before I considered it
[12:51] <ShorTie> charge time is determined by the current you pass thru them
[12:51] <Datalink> though could be useful when my cellphone collection members kick the bucket due to being on the shelf too long
[12:51] <Triffid_Hunter> ShorTie: yep, and with just a couple of resistors, the charge current drops as the cell voltage rises, and if you leave it too long the cell will overheat and vent
[12:51] <ShorTie> fire, well that up to your design, lol.
[12:51] <Triffid_Hunter> NiMH aren't like NiCD, you can't leave them at 0.1C indefinitely without bad things happening
[12:52] <ahop> 0.1C what is this?
[12:52] <Triffid_Hunter> ahop: C = capacity, should be written on the battery. eg if your battery is 2200mAh, then 0.1C would be 220mA and 1C would be 2.2A
[12:52] <ShorTie> thats why they make timers, or you just gotta remember to unplug it is all
[12:52] <Triffid_Hunter> ShorTie: yep, and if I forget, fire.. that's why I don't suggest that method ;)
[12:53] <ShorTie> sorry, C != capacity
[12:53] <ahop> ?
[12:53] <Triffid_Hunter> my charger has capacity limit as well as crest detection, so if I'm charging a 2.5Ah pack I can tell it to stop at 2.5Ah even if crest detection misses the crest
[12:53] <ahop> That's why this one : http://www.amazon.fr/Chargeur-Universel-Piles-Rechargeable-Accus/dp/B00KNSYEA6/ref=cm_cr_pr_pb_t
[12:53] <ahop> looked nice
[12:54] <ahop> but it seems that it doesnt' charge really good (only 60% maybe)
[12:54] <ShorTie> C when talking about battery is the rate you can do thing against the capacity of the battery
[12:54] <ahop> Triffid_Hunter which model do you use ?
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[12:54] <Triffid_Hunter> ahop: the turnigy accucel one I linked :P
[12:55] <ShorTie> that is why you will C value be different for charging and discharging
[12:55] <Datalink> one of the gems of my cell phone collection, an HTC Wizard, Cingular branded, Windows CE 5... if it's battery went completely flat it wouldn't engage it's charging circuit... which makes me think only an idiot would make a battery charging circuit OS controlled
[12:55] <Datalink> Triffid_Hunter, ShorTie's right, C is the discharge rate rating, capacity is in mAH (miliamp hours)
[12:56] <Triffid_Hunter> Datalink: yeah, mine needs OS control for fast charge, but it will trickle a dead battery while off
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[12:56] <ahop> ohh sorry I mixed the different people here :)
[12:56] <Triffid_Hunter> Datalink: although fwiw, if the battery goes completely dead, it's dangerous to recharge.. over-discharge can damage it and cause it to emit fire when you recharge it
[12:56] <Datalink> wizard didn't have a trickle circuit, had it on a bench supply at 4.2V for 2 hours at school when it died once
[12:57] <Datalink> Triffid_Hunter, the battery had a protect circuit, the phone's charge circuit was just a lame design
[12:57] <ahop> what chargers do you use Datalink ShorTie ?
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[12:58] <Datalink> ahop, I... have 2 devices that use AA/LR06 batteries or AAA, they're all slow discharge devices, which is not good with NiMH, but preferable to use good old alkaline chemestry, since they take more than 6 months to drain a battery at their power draw
[12:59] <ShorTie> depends on what is being charged, but mostly the charger that came with the product
[12:59] <Datalink> so I'm not the best to ask, I have a Raovac charger that came with a set of NiMH I have for just in case
[12:59] <ShorTie> for others, i have a trinity
[12:59] <ShorTie> but really need a better 1 because it doesn't do lipo balancing
[13:00] <Datalink> everything else battery operated are using LiIon or Lipo battery packs, with their own charging circuits (cellphones, PDAs, laptops)
[13:00] <Datalink> looking around the only things I do have that take batteries are my keyboard, mouse and a Dymo Rhino
[13:01] <Datalink> ot
[13:01] <Datalink> it's odd living in the future sometimes...
[13:02] <ShorTie> for NiMH, you can most likely get a charger at any store that sells them, like Walmart, Kmart, .....
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[13:02] <ShorTie> sorry, don't know names of stores in France
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[13:06] <Triffid_Hunter> Datalink: plenty of low self discharge NiMH around these days, sanyo eneloop for example.. they'll last a year on the shelf and still have usable charge
[13:08] <Datalink> Triffid_Hunter, again, I have 3 devices, of those the Dymo's begging for the proepr battery pack kit, and the other two literally eat a single battery a year
[13:08] <Datalink> and one's AA and the other's AAA
[13:08] <Datalink> to be fair it's a decent keyboard and wonderful trackball
[13:09] <ppq> trackballs ftw
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[13:10] <ppq> http://support.logitech.com/en_us/product/cordless-trackman-wheel is my favourite
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[13:11] <Datalink> I used Logitech's Trackman Wheel for years, I had wireless mice before and was wary because they ate batteries daily, that... ppq is an epic trackball, and any fear I had about it being wireless was gone when I hit the second year on the battery
[13:11] <ppq> yes, they last long in that one
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[13:12] <Datalink> ppq, I wore out the left click switch's plastic before mine used it's second battery, I'm on my second one.
[13:12] <ppq> mine broke after ~5 years of falling down the armrest on a daily basis :(
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[13:13] <Datalink> haha, mine died cause someone suggested cookie clicker and I was foolish
[13:13] <ppq> now i can't buy a new one, only the successor, m570... which is of very shitty quality
[13:13] <Datalink> well, bored at the time
[13:13] <Datalink> ppq, mine's an m570, it's good
[13:13] <ppq> i have my 4th m570 now, it's always the left click switch
[13:13] <Datalink> ah right, yeah
[13:13] <Datalink> my first one lasted 3-4 years though before it wore out
[13:14] <Datalink> and again, cookie clicker, which will take a year off any mouse's left click
[13:14] <Datalink> how the hell clicking an image of a cookie can get that addictive is scary o.O
[13:14] <ppq> luckily for me, my m570s always broke in the first two years. i bought from a decent shop so they always replaced it for free
[13:15] <Datalink> ppq again, I'm only on my second one, and my first survived half a decade
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[13:16] <ppq> the m570 is around for 5 years already? wow
[13:17] <ppq> well ok it's 2015. time flies
[13:17] <Triffid_Hunter> I'm using an M570 right now :D
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[13:17] <Datalink> yeah, I could be a year off, but yeah, I've had mine for a long while before it broke, and even so, it's left click's like... spungy, not totally broken
[13:18] <Datalink> Triffid_Hunter, I am too :D
[13:18] <Triffid_Hunter> my first trackball was the "trackman marble", the one prior to them putting scrollwheels on everything
[13:18] <Triffid_Hunter> http://www.atlantisgadgets.com/images/Logitech%20TrackBall%20Mouse%201.JPG <-- this one
[13:18] <Datalink> trackman marble, trackman wheel, then 2 wireless trackmen
[13:19] <Triffid_Hunter> I'm still on my first M570
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[13:19] <Datalink> okay not that model... I had the one with the center ball, I think it was shortly after Logitech went from white to silver for pointing devices
[13:19] <arussell> ll /home/
[13:19] <Triffid_Hunter> my trackman wheel lasted for ages.. eventually the left button went bad. I still have it around somewhere
[13:20] <Triffid_Hunter> ah I never liked the finger ball ones, always went for thumb
[13:20] <ppq> i just wish the buttons were replacable
[13:20] <ppq> would make things much easier... and cheaper.
[13:20] <Triffid_Hunter> ppq: they are :P just gotta find replacements that are right size, and whip out the soldering iron
[13:20] <Datalink> I inherited my finger ball one from someone who hated it, I figured it would be good since I was just getting into CAD
[13:21] <Datalink> Triffid_Hunter, it's the plastic pillar for the button, not the switch in my cases
[13:21] <Triffid_Hunter> ppq: I didn't have my iron handy when mine became infuriatingly bad though, and I've been lazy since
[13:21] <Triffid_Hunter> Datalink: sand it down a touch and glue a bit of cd case onto it perhaps
[13:21] <ppq> i didn't find any replacement on the interwebs when i looked
[13:22] <Datalink> ppq, they use a standard roller switch without the swing bar
[13:22] <Triffid_Hunter> ppq: I'm sure digikey and friends will have something, just not listed as "logitech mouse switch replacements".. have to do some digging
[13:22] <ShorTie> fill in the rut with baking soda and super glue
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[13:22] <ppq> yea
[13:23] <Datalink> but yeah, had the finger ball trackman with 4 buttons, found that irritating, discovered the trackman wheel, that one definately lasted years, then m570, and second m570 years later
[13:24] <Datalink> picking up a mouse to move for video games is for chumps
[13:25] <Triffid_Hunter> I wrote a small program that turns the two extra buttons into rapid fires
[13:25] <Datalink> hah
[13:25] <ppq> lol
[13:25] <Datalink> I'd probably opt for weapon switch
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[13:25] <Datalink> though I tend to be more for thinking games like portal
[13:26] <ppq> i use the two extra buttons on my m570 for next song/prev song: (xbindkey '("b:9") "echo NextSongInPlaylist > ~/.config/gmusicbrowser/gmusicbrowser.fifo")
[13:27] <Datalink> nice, afraid I pretty much use mine for next and previous browser page, I research so much it makes sense to me
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[13:27] <Datalink> http://www.logitech.com/en-us/product/trackman-marble?crid=8 dear gods they still make it
[13:27] <ppq> i use tabs for that. excessively
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[13:28] <Triffid_Hunter> Datalink: scrollwheel is fine for weap switch
[13:28] <Triffid_Hunter> https://github.com/triffid/automash if you're curious.. so helpful in games where you have to button mash like minecraft
[13:28] <Datalink> ppq, my computers run horridly due to the number of tabs
[13:28] <Triffid_Hunter> Datalink: firefox can unload idle tabs, helps heaps
[13:28] <Datalink> Triffid_Hunter, now that I think about it, quick swap and reload, or reload and use would be useful
[13:28] <Triffid_Hunter> Datalink: I tend to have a few hundred tabs open at a time
[13:28] <ppq> give them more gigabytes :)
[13:29] <Datalink> mn, firefox and I broke up over memory leaks
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[13:29] <Triffid_Hunter> Datalink: heh, I find it's way better than the others in terms of memory.. chrome is a stupendous hog
[13:30] <Triffid_Hunter> chrome with 5 tabs will use the same amount of ram as firefox with 200 on my system
[13:30] <Datalink> I'll look into it later then
[13:30] <Triffid_Hunter> hm, I've been using tab mix plus for so long I don't remember if that idle unload is a tabmixplus feature or native
[13:31] <Datalink> gotta get ready for my day, sun'll be up soon and I'm about to look at something contractors did for the lowest bid
[13:31] <Datalink> tabmixplus should be native, I don't know any power user who doesn't use it
[13:32] <Triffid_Hunter> heh yeah, http://triffid-hunter.no-ip.info/ff.png would be a nightmare without it
[13:33] <Triffid_Hunter> hm, that's a shot from my old laptop.. wonder if I have a more recent one
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[13:34] <Datalink> Triffid_Hunter, that's nothing
[13:34] <Triffid_Hunter> yeah I know
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[13:35] <Triffid_Hunter> I've had so many rows I need to scroll on this system, and it's got a 1920x1200 screen
[13:35] <Triffid_Hunter> that shot is from my old lappy that only had 2G ram (max supported by motherboard)
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[14:19] <Peetz0r> Hey! It's fun to see how http://stream.haas-en-berg.nl:81/munin/Home/raspicam/temp.html is basically the inverse of http://stream.haas-en-berg.nl:81/munin/Home/raspicam/exposure.html
[14:20] <Peetz0r> one is the SoC temperature for an outdoor raspi, the other one is the exposure time for photos taken by the raspic camera module
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[14:21] <Peetz0r> both are almost directly influenced trough sunlight
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[20:20] <ZacharyIgielman> Anyone planning on porting snappy ubuntu to Raspberry Pi? That could be really good.
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[20:21] * thor77 likes core-os more
[20:22] <abnormal> oh?
[20:22] <shiftplusone> ZacharyIgielman, ubuntu wouldn't add anything to the pi. We already have raspbian.
[20:22] <thor77> https://coreos.com/
[20:22] <thor77> looks like its the same as snappy
[20:24] <abnormal> wow, have to buy that one...
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[20:26] <Armand> Anyone looking at the ARM release of Devuan ?
[20:27] <nasuga> Armand: No.
[20:28] <Armand> I can't wait to give it a go
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[20:29] <abnormal> then don't wait, jump for it...
[20:30] <Armand> abnormal: I'm pretty sure it's not ready for deployment yet.
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[20:32] <abnormal> dang... well you could write it urself?
[20:32] <Armand> No.
[20:33] <Armand> I don't do dev. I just fix servers.
[20:33] <abnormal> awww.. sorry
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[20:44] <ali1234> shiftplusone: snappy adds quite a significant amount of stuff over raspbian, actually
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[20:45] <ali1234> mainly image-based filesystems with atomic updates
[20:45] <_Trullo> http://store.imgtec.com/uk/product/mips-creator-ci20/ anyone know when this is released?
[20:45] <ali1234> that would go a long way to mitigate all the problems the pi has with corrupting SD cards
[20:46] <ShorTie> don't forget the pi is no super computer, best to keep to like the basics on it because of limited resources
[20:46] <ali1234> that's why it's called "snappy"
[20:47] <ali1234> it's designed for embedded arm boards
[20:47] <ali1234> unfortunately since it's ubuntu, there's no armv6 support
[20:47] <shiftplusone> ali1234, you're right, sorry. I didn't know what snappy was.
[20:48] <ali1234> someone i know was working on a raspiberry pi
[20:48] <ali1234> - ubuntu port
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[20:48] <ali1234> but it was unofficial and i think it's stalled
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[20:51] <shiftplusone> wouldn't it make much more sense to port whatever snappy does to debian rather than do something silly like rebuild ubuntu for the pi?
[20:51] <abnormal> lol
[20:51] <ali1234> good luck with that
[20:51] <ali1234> snappy is based on the work canonical did for their phone
[20:52] <ali1234> i mean ultimately yes, but porting ubuntu is probably easier
[20:52] <ShorTie> good luck porting snappy then, ubuntu doesn't support armv6
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[20:53] <ShorTie> i heard there is an old version of ubuntu out there that is compatiable to armv6, but it was very short lived from what i heard
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[20:55] <ali1234> the plan was to bootstrap through each release
[20:56] <ppq> i think rebuilding all the packages ubuntu has takes a while
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[20:56] <ali1234> well you don't need all of them for snappy
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[21:17] <abnormal> shiftplusone, what's the term command to install inxi to pi?
[21:17] * shiftplusone shrugs
[21:17] <abnormal> oh come on, pls?
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[21:18] <shiftplusone> what does apt-cache search inxi say?
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[21:19] <abnormal> k, looking...
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[21:20] <abnormal> nuttin...
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[21:20] <shiftplusone> then you might need to compile from source and all that
[21:21] <shiftplusone> or check if it's in jessie and backport.
[21:21] <abnormal> http://www.corecompute.com/raspberrypi/raspberrypi_20141108.html
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[22:09] <cyberpolice> i have got a problem for booting raspbian
[22:10] <cyberpolice> kernel panic - not syncing: no init found
[22:10] <ShorTie> bad image write ??
[22:10] <cyberpolice> http://i.imgur.com/ToWEWrih.jpg
[22:10] <cyberpolice> my pi was working ok for 1 year
[22:11] <ShorTie> oh, then sdcard corruption then i would guess
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[22:14] <cyberpolice> sorry
[22:14] <cyberpolice> i got disconnected
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[22:15] <cyberpolice> my pi was working fine for over 1 year. few weeks ago i noticed a problem about "cannot create temp file for here-document: Read-only file system" when i tab completed things on prom,pt
[22:15] <ShorTie> No Problem
[22:15] <cyberpolice> so i tried to do reboot with sudo reboot. and pi was stuck
[22:16] <cyberpolice> i was forced to unplug it. after restarting it. i saw the error i described in the pic
[22:16] <ShorTie> like i said, sounds like sdcard corruption to me
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[22:17] <ShorTie> the only real fix is to write a new image to it
[22:17] <cyberpolice> well i had boot and sdcard on seperate partition
[22:18] <ShorTie> not sure what you mean there, boot and root are on 2 fifferent partitions
[22:19] <cyberpolice> i think what im trying to say is, that some files may be salvagable
[22:19] <ShorTie> boot is windows fat format and root is linux format ext4
[22:19] <cyberpolice> hmm ok
[22:19] <ShorTie> do you have another linux box or sdcard ??
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[22:20] <cyberpolice> i am on a ubuntu desktop now
[22:20] <cyberpolice> i can get another sdcard, why?
[22:21] <ShorTie> well then you could put the sdcard in a usb adapter and try to mount it to see what you can retrive
[22:22] <ShorTie> that was a or for the sdcard, need some form of linux
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[22:26] <cyberpolice> my flash drive seems to have rootfs on it
[22:27] <cyberpolice> but ubuntu complains that folder contents cannot be displayed
[22:27] <cyberpolice> error when getting information... input/output error
[22:27] <ShorTie> ya, it's corrupted
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[22:28] <cyberpolice> can i repair it to retrieve the files
[22:29] <ShorTie> might try 'e2fsck -f ....' on it
[22:29] <ShorTie> .... being what ever it is, like /dev/sda2
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[22:31] <ShorTie> gotta umount it 1st i believe
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[22:35] <skwishy> How long should it take to get a video display after powering up a b+?
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[22:39] <cyberpolice> ShorTie: i can see my / rootfs on the usb disk. i can see the files inside the usb on a command prompt in ubuntu. it has my /home/pi in it too
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[22:43] <ShorTie> not too long skwishy, if it's a good image write
[22:43] <ShorTie> try to copy what you can then cyberpolice
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[22:54] <kiely> Any update for raspbian on CVE-2015-0235?
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[22:56] <ShorTie> only if there is a new glibc in apt-get
[22:58] <ShorTie> but kinda of a new bug to get a fix pushed all the way threw yet
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[22:59] <ali1234> it's pretty serious, i expect the major distros have patched it already
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[23:00] <ali1234> http://launchpadlibrarian.net/195502021/eglibc_2.11.1-0ubuntu7.19_2.11.1-0ubuntu7.20.diff.gz
[23:00] <ali1234> not a simple fix it seems, unfortunately
[23:03] <ShorTie> plugwash is the repo master and he's doesn't appear to be around right now
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[23:03] <ShorTie> as so as debian has a fix it will most likely end up in raspbian very shortly, just keep checking is about all i can say
[23:03] <ali1234> looks like debian has patched it in wheezy
[23:03] <ali1234> https://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?msg=26;bug=776391
[23:03] <ali1234> (and everything else)
[23:04] <m8> hi there are raspberrypi projects for home intercom\doorbell whit webcam?
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[23:06] <nasuga> m8: THere was something similar posted on hackaday.com.
[23:06] <poolson> hey anyone have trouble with nrf24l01 modules the can receive but not send?
[23:06] <ali1234> m8: there's a blog post somewhere that shows how to use gstreamer to do that
[23:06] <ali1234> looking for it
[23:07] <m8> ali1234, nasuga not a complete project or something like?
[23:07] <nasuga> I believe the author had a good lot done, I'll check for the link in a sec
[23:07] <m8> good
[23:07] <ali1234> m8: just buy a complete ready unit if you want that :)
[23:07] <m8> ali1234, there are?
[23:08] <m8> ali1234, but if there isn't something like, it's a good reason to start a new project
[23:08] <ali1234> sure, just google "ip camera with intercom"
[23:08] <m8> not whit raspberry :)
[23:08] <ali1234> the part that is missing is the user interface
[23:09] <ali1234> streaming the video and audio is a solved problem
[23:09] <ali1234> and designing the case etc
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[23:10] <ali1234> http://blog.tkjelectronics.dk/2013/06/how-to-stream-video-and-audio-from-a-raspberry-pi-with-no-latency/
[23:10] <ali1234> i tried this and it works really well
[23:10] <m8> good
[23:10] <nasuga> m8: I can't find it anymore :(
[23:11] <m8> nasuga, np :)
[23:11] <m8> a day i will start a github project for this
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[23:28] <secrettriangle> Hi, anyone here have node on their raspberry pi?
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[23:29] <Bilby> sorry secrettriangle it's a bit quiet today
[23:29] * Bilby has been coding most of the day
[23:30] <secrettriangle> Bilby: no problem, do you have node on your pi?
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[23:53] <woox2k> hello
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[23:54] <woox2k> are there any known issues with rpi, usb webcam and motion software?
[23:54] <woox2k> i'm getting some corrupted images with it and quite often it just loses the camera completely
[23:55] <woox2k> The same camera/motion combination works perfectly on my desktop
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[23:57] <woox2k> I'm also using external usb power for all my usb devices so that cannot be the issue
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