#raspberrypi IRC Log

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IRC Log for 2015-01-31

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[0:15] <evil_dan2wik> The video encoder in my quad copter had died and my Pi won't boot
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[1:07] <cyberpolice> i followed directions to put raspbian image onto sdcard but it didnt work?
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[1:09] <cyberpolice> are the instructions correct?
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[1:10] <abnormal> what image burner did you use?
[1:11] <cyberpolice> dd
[1:11] <abnormal> linux?
[1:11] <cyberpolice> yes sir
[1:11] <abnormal> you have windows?
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[1:11] <cyberpolice> i tried to boot my pi, but nothing happened. so i put the sdcard back into my computer and i see gparted doesnt recognize anything on the sdcard
[1:12] <cyberpolice> command i used per the guide: sudo dd bs=4M if=/media/aziz/Data/torrents/finished/2014-12-24-wheezy-raspbian.zip of=/dev/sdd
[1:12] <abnormal> ahh
[1:12] <cyberpolice> oh its a zip
[1:12] <abnormal> can't use "zip" in linux
[1:13] <abnormal> have to use "tar"
[1:13] <cyberpolice> i didnt see that lol
[1:13] <abnormal> that'll do it
[1:13] <foobrew> gunzip in linux
[1:13] <abnormal> lol
[1:13] <cyberpolice> zip has the img file inside it
[1:13] <cyberpolice> i wrote a zip file with dd to the sdcard
[1:13] <cyberpolice> no wonder it didnt work
[1:13] <abnormal> yup
[1:14] <foobrew> linux has had zip for decades
[1:15] <abnormal> http://www.raspberrypi.org/downloads/
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[1:18] <shiftplusone> abnormal: of course you can use zip in linux.
[1:18] <shiftplusone> shame cyperpolice left, even if he can't read the fine manual.
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[1:18] <shiftplusone> there we are
[1:19] <shiftplusone> cyberpolice: you just had to run 'unzip filename.zip' and then dd the .img file, not the zip file.
[1:19] <cyberpolice> yes i realize that now, after seeing the command again, when i pasted it here
[1:19] <cyberpolice> it was my fault
[1:19] <shiftplusone> always
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[1:19] <cyberpolice> i was going mad thinking my pi died
[1:20] <cyberpolice> googling why only the red led was on
[1:20] <cyberpolice> yep... stupid me
[1:20] <shiftplusone> happens
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[1:45] <AirForce590> Yo
[1:45] <AirForce590> Which is better, PiPlay or retropie?
[1:45] <AirForce590> for out of the box
[1:45] <AirForce590> plug and play action
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[1:46] <AirForce590> oldtopman
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[1:46] <AirForce590> Which is better, PiPlay or retropie?
[1:46] <AirForce590> Noldorin
[1:46] <AirForce590> Which is better, PiPlay or retropie?
[1:46] <oldtopman> No idea.
[1:47] <oldtopman> Also, spamming people who join is bad luck.
[1:47] <Noldorin> ??
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[1:47] <oldtopman> s/bad luck/ goot way to get klined
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[1:47] <Noldorin> yeah, what oldtopman said.
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[1:50] <AirForce590> ok
[1:50] <AirForce590> thx
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[1:52] <AirForce590> sounds like I was.. [puts on sunglasses] out of kLINE
[1:52] <AirForce590> Yeahhhhhhhhh
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[2:00] <supay> hey
[2:00] <supay> which is the OK led on an RPi B+ ?
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[2:05] <supay> ah, its ACT
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[2:18] <supay> im unable to get any of the OK01 working (http://www.cl.cam.ac.uk/projects/raspberrypi/tutorials/os/ok01.html)
[2:18] <supay> r/any of the/
[2:19] <supay> the OK (ACT) light doesn't stay on
[2:20] <supay> has anybody tried the tutorial, if so, can you help?
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[2:25] <cyberpolice> what do you guys tyhink of making only /boot readonly
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[2:26] <supay> cyberpolice: is that like a hint to my question?
[2:26] <cyberpolice> hm?
[2:27] <cyberpolice> nah i was talking in general
[2:27] <supay> aw :(
[2:27] <supay> ok
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[2:42] <steve_rox> why make it read only?
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[2:56] <sander^home> For how long does normally a pi last?
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[3:01] <sander^home> Would it work for a low cpu production system which is intended to be running for many years?
[3:03] <supay> sander^home: it should.
[3:04] <supay> besides, its easy to replace
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[3:53] <anunnaki> hi when i first got my pi it allowed me to choose what kind of system to install on it... i picked raspbian.. but how do i get that window to appear again when i reboot to pick another type of OS to test out? i tried rebooting holding down shift but that didnt bring up those choices again but instead another window with different choices such as"advanced" setup
[3:55] <abnormal> while booting press the shift key to get back into the NOOBS setup to choose different OS.
[3:56] <shiftplusone> anunnaki: sounds like you're looking at the right screen, unless you're talking about raspi-config. But yes. shift is the key you're after. Maybe wait a little before pressing shift to make sure that the keyboard is detected and keypress is registered.
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[3:58] <Aldem> Well, that's what abnormal said
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[4:01] <shiftplusone> doesn't hurt to say the same thing in a different way
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[4:45] <supay> nobody tried that tut? :( damn
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[4:47] <shiftplusone> supay: I have, but your question was very vague.
[4:48] <anunnaki> ah ok i was holding down the shift too early.. i got it to work now.. thanks gents
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[4:49] <shiftplusone> In your face, Aldem. =P
[4:49] <Aldem> Meh :P
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[4:51] <anunnaki> is there a difference in the xbmc if RaspBMC is install than XMBC build in Raspbian?
[4:51] <shiftplusone> I would hope so.
[4:52] <shiftplusone> But I doubt it's enough of a difference to worry about.
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[4:53] <anunnaki> just debating if i shoul just follow the guide on installing xmbc in raspbian or just install RaspBMC
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[4:55] <shiftplusone> why not dual-boot with openelec?
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[5:28] <anunnaki> just debating if i shoul just follow the guide on installing xmbc in raspbian orjust install RaspBMC
[5:29] <anunnaki> shiftplusone: i didnt read up on openelec yet
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[5:33] <shiftplusone> openelec is a distro that's just centred around XBMC/Kodi. It has more dedicated devs and is solid, but you can't use it as a general purpose OS.
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[12:16] <woox2k> is there a real solution to the USB FIQ error on pi?
[12:17] <woox2k> Transfer to device 4 endpoint 0x1 frame 563 failed - FIQ reported NYET. Data may have been lost.
[12:17] <woox2k> as in to that
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[12:17] <shiftplusone> sec
[12:17] <woox2k> i was googling half a night yesterday but found no working solution
[12:17] <woox2k> most results were from 2013 or beginning of 2014
[12:18] <woox2k> so i assume someone found the solution explaining why people don't talk about it anymore
[12:18] <woox2k> i just cannot find it
[12:18] <shiftplusone> woox2k: can you try with dwc_otg.fiq_fsm_mask=0xF in cmdline.txt ?
[12:18] <woox2k> tried that
[12:18] <woox2k> no change
[12:18] <shiftplusone> what's the device?
[12:18] <woox2k> web camera, different kinds
[12:18] <woox2k> as in i have tried several
[12:19] <shiftplusone> ah
[12:19] <woox2k> all of them give same error
[12:19] <shiftplusone> yeah, I don't expect them to work reliably.
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[12:19] <woox2k> yet my usb 3g modem works just fine, isn't that a high speed usb device?
[12:20] <shiftplusone> As I understand it, it's not so much about the speed, but the number of requests per second.
[12:20] <woox2k> and yes i have tried it without modem as well
[12:20] <woox2k> hmm
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[12:21] <woox2k> but taking webcam pics with 0.2FPS @640x480 should not hog the usb so much...
[12:21] <woox2k> or does the usb still get the full framerate of the camera and my program just selects the frames it needs?
[12:21] <shiftplusone> I don't know the low level details.
[12:22] <woox2k> i'm using motion
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[12:22] <woox2k> anyway so there is no "real" solution to it yet... can i expect that pi camers won't have this issue?
[12:22] <woox2k> camera*
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[12:23] <shiftplusone> not 'yet'.... it's a hardware limitation and everything that could be done to minimize the problem has been done.
[12:23] <shiftplusone> And yes, the camera module doesn't have any such problem
[12:23] <woox2k> great
[12:23] <woox2k> i'm moving away from web cameras soon anyway
[12:24] <woox2k> ordered real pi camera, it just takes weeks to come in and using usb webcam until that happens
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[12:24] <shiftplusone> ah
[12:25] <woox2k> apparently until then i am stuck with 300x200 resolution with my camera
[12:25] <woox2k> it seems that this resolution works fine
[12:25] <woox2k> but not much detail left on the picture on that resolution obviously
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[12:26] <woox2k> another thing, i found the list of working usb cameras for pi... do these have the same usb problem as well?
[12:27] <ShorTie> have you tried playing with the 0.2FPS at all to see if it makes a difference ??
[12:27] <woox2k> you mean change the framerate?
[12:28] <woox2k> yes i have, i went down to 0.1 fps and up to 2 fps
[12:28] <woox2k> if resolution was 640x480 it still had exactly the same issues
[12:29] <sipi> Hi, I am a programmer who recently became interested in programming microcontrollers. I learnt that it is possible to deploy C code with my Raspberry Pi on a microcontroller. But I am not sure which parameters the microcontroller should have. I am having crypto libraries that should process input data (up to 10 kB) and output (up to 20 kB) of modif
[12:29] <sipi> ied input data, both via NFC chip. I know there are some Atmel chips, but how can I determine that the chip is suitable for my coded? Would you please recommend me any reference on how to choose microcontroller depending on code complexity and requirements?
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[12:30] <ShorTie> maybe try explaining your setup/problem in #motion to see if you get any hits then, never know
[12:31] <shiftplusone> nuh, this is a pi problem.
[12:31] <woox2k> i'm pretty sure they just blame the pi but i might give it a sho
[12:31] <woox2k> also i haven't found any other motion capturing program for the pi to try it
[12:31] <shiftplusone> sipi: look at the clock speed, number of gpio pins and other peripherals, memory, eeprom size.
[12:32] <woox2k> i just need to save snapshots when someone is moving around in the frame
[12:32] <woox2k> no video, nothing else
[12:32] <ShorTie> true, but never know till you try is all i'm getting at .. :/~
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[12:32] <shiftplusone> sipi: what those values need to be will depend on what you're doing.... that's where engineering comes in.
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[12:32] <woox2k> are there any programs for the pi that could do that?
[12:33] <shiftplusone> woox2k: motion will work fine.
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[12:33] <woox2k> eventually i plan on moving away from the whole motion stuff anyway though, i will hook up a motion sensor to the pi and just take snapshots manually when motion sensor sends a signal
[12:33] <shiftplusone> (when you have the camera module)
[12:34] <shiftplusone> oh
[12:34] <woox2k> that brings up another question... when i take snapshot with pi camera at night... will it have sufficent shutter time out of the box?
[12:35] <woox2k> or it needs to be powered on like 5 secs to automatically set the balance like webcams?
[12:35] <sipi> shiftplusone: thank you for response, do you happen to know of any function that would analyze the memory, eeprom, ram requirements depending on the execution of C code?
[12:35] <woox2k> if i take a snapshot with a webcam that's off, first 5 secs or so it's just too dark and slowly going brighter
[12:36] <woox2k> does the pi camera behave similarily?
[12:36] <shiftplusone> woox2k: yes, if you want to take snapshots it will need warmup time.
[12:36] <woox2k> is it possible to command the camera to do that before taking snapshot?
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[12:36] <shiftplusone> woox2k: yes, raspistill does that.
[12:36] <woox2k> automatically?
[12:37] <woox2k> rapistill was the command i planned to use
[12:37] <shiftplusone> yes
[12:37] <woox2k> does it just delay the picture until it has been warmed up?
[12:37] <woox2k> or is there a different command.... sorry for spamming questions
[12:37] <shiftplusone> yeah. Do you need to catch things quickly? Then you might need to leave it running and capture on motion.
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[12:38] <woox2k> hopefully ~5seconds on the first movement is not an issue
[12:38] <woox2k> it's a forest camera not a security one
[12:39] <woox2k> little delay is okay
[12:39] <shiftplusone> ah, yeah, I think it's something like 2 seconds.
[12:39] <woox2k> if i still plan to use motion, will the pi camers work fine 24/7 for years? :D
[12:40] <shiftplusone> Don't know, but humidity will be a problem
[12:40] <shiftplusone> If moisture gets inside (and it probably will), the inside of the lens will fog up.
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[12:43] <woox2k> i will mount the entire thing into a sealed box with glass in front of the camera
[12:43] <woox2k> hopefully the heat generated from the pi keeps the condensation away as well
[12:44] <woox2k> also workign camera should generate a bit of heat to keep it's lense clear
[12:44] <woox2k> working*
[12:44] <shiftplusone> Until moisture gets inside, yes.
[12:45] <shiftplusone> Davespice: has a camera set up outdoors and he ended up needing to blast it with a hair drier, I think. Don't know if it's still going, but you may want to ask him about it if you catch him online.
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[12:46] <woox2k> oh okay
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[12:48] <ShorTie> might depend on enclosure your using too...
[12:48] <shiftplusone> Unless it's airtight, I don't see how. The one Dave had was pretty good.
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[12:49] <shiftplusone> One of these https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1821240043/pice-a-metal-outdoor-case-for-the-raspberry-pi-b-a
[12:49] <jjido> How do you find the IP address of a headless rPi with DHCP configured? I tried a broadcast ping but it ignores it.
[12:50] <ShorTie> i need to setup my wifi again to look, took it down to do roof and not put it back up yet to look at it, but the red light is still on, lol.
[12:51] <shiftplusone> jjido: the extreme approach is nmap -p 22 --open -sV 192.168.0.0/24
[12:51] <woox2k> ^this
[12:51] <shiftplusone> (with the correct ip/mask of course)
[12:52] <jjido> so basically scan all IPs. Didn't know how to do it in one command
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[12:52] <pksato> jjido: or, check router leases
[12:52] <shiftplusone> I'd install and configure avahi, if you don't have access to the router.
[12:53] <woox2k> or find out the dhcp pool and go from the beginning pinging all alive hosts
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[12:53] <shiftplusone> and last but not least.... could use a static IP.
[12:54] <woox2k> and if you don't like to configure your pi to use static address, you will always have configurable static leases on your dhcp server
[12:54] <shiftplusone> damn.... forgot that one.
[12:55] <woox2k> that's the thing i'm using, moving around the pi between networks is easier with that
[12:55] <pksato> if know mac , can try some way to ask ip from mac.
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[12:56] <ShorTie> <gordonDrogon> run this command: fping -a -r1 -g 192.168.254.0/24 &> /dev/null ; arp -n | fgrep " b8:27:eb"
[12:56] <ShorTie> change to right network though
[12:57] <shiftplusone> clever
[12:57] <ShorTie> yes he is
[12:57] <jjido> For broadcast pings there is that solution: sudo sh -c 'echo 0 > /proc/sys/net/ipv4/icmp_echo_ignore_broadcasts'
[12:58] * shiftplusone writes these down.
[12:58] <jjido> don't have nmap or fping by default on Mac OS X.
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[12:59] <shiftplusone> macs don't count.
[13:00] <woox2k> aha, if i'm already here.... does anyone have experience with reverse ssh tunneling?
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[13:00] <shiftplusone> woox2k: sure
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[13:00] <woox2k> i have that set up for my pi to access it over 3g connection with closed ports
[13:01] <woox2k> but every time i reboot/shut down the pi server will leave the connection hanging and not allowing pi to connect again because the port is in use
[13:01] <woox2k> right now i just use: ps -aux | grep ssh | grep raspber+
[13:01] <woox2k> on the server to get the pid and kill it manually easc time
[13:01] <woox2k> each*
[13:02] <shiftplusone> no idea
[13:03] <woox2k> i know the solution would be to give an exit command on the pi before turning off the pi but i don't even have a clue how to do that
[13:03] <woox2k> right now i just have a ssh commection command in rc.local
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[13:07] <ShorTie> don't know but maybe add like to your rc.local
[13:08] <ShorTie> PID=$(ps -aux | grep ssh | grep raspber+)
[13:08] <shiftplusone> Or write a proper init script for it.
[13:08] <ShorTie> if (PID != "") then kil PID
[13:09] <ShorTie> true
[13:09] <pksato> sshd port on still open after reboot?
[13:10] <shiftplusone> (I'm curious how that's possible as well... doesn't make sense)
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[13:10] <pksato> or, port some other server still in use by pi. and serve allow only one connection per time?
[13:11] <ShorTie> maybe the pid is stuck in 'memory', not so much sshd
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[13:12] <clever> ShorTie: thats why i install avahi on my pi and everything else
[13:12] <clever> it just finds it
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[13:13] <woox2k> port is closed on the serverside
[13:13] <woox2k> not on the pi
[13:13] <woox2k> reverse tunneling redirects a server port into the pi
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[13:14] <woox2k> if the connection drops, sshd keeps the connection hanging for some reason
[13:14] <pksato> ah... not a ssh port, a tunel port is on use.
[13:14] <woox2k> yes
[13:14] <woox2k> in my case 19999
[13:15] <woox2k> i know i could just kill the connection from the server and waiting until pi connects (i have a loop on the pi that creates tunnel)
[13:15] <clever> woox2k: you need to turn on keep-alives in ssh
[13:15] <woox2k> but real solution would be preferred
[13:15] <clever> grep -i keep ~/.ssh/config
[13:15] <clever> TCPKeepAlive yes
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[13:16] <clever> woox2k: keep-alives will keep the connection from dying a lot of the time, and when it does die, it will detect the failure sooner
[13:16] <woox2k> clever, doesn't it affect the tunnel that has no activity?
[13:16] <clever> keep-alives force it to have activity
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[13:16] <woox2k> it's only serverside command or is there a different command to connect as well?
[13:17] <clever> its both serverside and client side
[13:17] <woox2k> i mean if i set the sshd to use keepalive, will i have to modify the command on the pi for connecting?
[13:17] <clever> its entirely automatic and transparent
[13:17] <clever> nope
[13:18] <woox2k> awesome
[13:18] <woox2k> i will do that then and i'm pretty sure it solves that problem
[13:18] <woox2k> thanks
[13:18] <Myrtti> there's another option as well, server/client sending null packages every X seconds
[13:18] <pksato> TCPKeepAlive? I think, not solve the problem.
[13:19] <Myrtti> ServerAliveInterval and ClientAliveInterval
[13:19] <woox2k> sure?
[13:19] <clever> theres a second keep-alive in ssh itself, i think thats it
[13:19] <Myrtti> you can add them to the /etc/ssh/ssh(d)_config
[13:19] <clever> cant hurt to turn all the keep-alives on, as long as your not worried about bandwidth trickling
[13:19] <Myrtti> ServerAliveInterval 300
[13:19] <Myrtti> ServerAliveCountMax 3
[13:19] <Myrtti> for example
[13:20] <Myrtti> I had to add it to my config for other reasons just yesterday.
[13:21] <pksato> or, wait more time before try reconect.
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[13:21] <pksato> rpi automatic start ssh session?
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[13:22] <woox2k> right now i'm using 15 minutes for first connect
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[13:23] <woox2k> and 5 minutes between each try
[13:23] <woox2k> for some reason it just keeps looping after first failure
[13:23] <woox2k> server logs show it just sent "port is in use" once
[13:23] <woox2k> and pi never reconnects
[13:24] <woox2k> but when i kill the old pid it will connect just fine next loop
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[13:25] <pksato> connection run some shell or just make tunel?
[13:26] <woox2k> http://pastebin.com/s6V2d7rz
[13:26] <clever> its possible that the client noticed the failure first
[13:26] <clever> and reconnected before the server kicked the dead connection out
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[13:26] <clever> set a lower timout in sshd on the server, so the server notices failures first
[13:27] <pksato> -N only open tunel. and not exec shell or other cmd.
[13:27] <woox2k> i'm using -N as you see from the pastebin
[13:29] <pksato> test with out -N
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[13:30] <pksato> or replace by -n
[13:30] <woox2k> without N the result is same
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[13:33] <pksato> TCPKeepAlive probable work better if connection drop constantly. Not on this case.
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[13:37] <ShorTie> connection is not dropping, he is rebooting and then can't connect i believe because it's still looking for old pid it sounds like
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[13:40] <pksato> woox2k: what happens if kill ssh process on rpi side?
[13:41] <woox2k> probably the same thing that happens when i reboot
[13:41] <woox2k> all processes get killed on reboot anyway
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[13:47] <pksato> woox2k: you have a RPi shell when reboot rpi? this shell close on reboot?
[13:47] <woox2k> apparently not
[13:48] <woox2k> you mean when i'm logged into the shell and giving reboot command?
[13:48] <pksato> yes.
[13:48] <woox2k> no it does not drop the connection
[13:49] <pksato> I think, tunnel still open/in use after RPi reboot.
[13:49] <woox2k> maybe network gets cut off before ssh exits?
[13:49] <woox2k> i'm using 3g modem
[13:49] <woox2k> sakis3g creates the connection if that makes any difference
[13:49] <woox2k> usb modeswitch doesn't work for me for some reason
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[13:50] <woox2k> sakis3g has it included
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[13:50] <woox2k> and even that takes few tries before managing to switch the state
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[13:52] <woox2k> okay i have to go for now, let's talk about it again later
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[13:52] <woox2k> let's see if i can modify mains motions sensor to work with the pi :D
[13:52] <woox2k> motion*
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[13:53] <woox2k> i only have to modify the power supply, shouldn't be that difficult
[13:53] <shiftplusone> famous last words
[13:53] <woox2k> haha
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[13:54] <woox2k> i already measured input/output voltages of the sensor board, no more messing with mains voltage anymore
[13:54] <shiftplusone> sounds good
[13:54] * shiftplusone watches from a safe distance.
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[13:55] <woox2k> bad thing is that it runs at 7.5volts
[13:55] <woox2k> i hope it works with 5, if not then i'll go up to 12
[13:56] <woox2k> it uses so cheap power supply that it has to work with 5 and 12
[13:56] <woox2k> i don't think the 7.5 is even stabler
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[13:57] <woox2k> ok i go, wish me luck :D
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[14:00] <ShorTie> voltage may effect distance
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[14:01] <shiftplusone> yup, good luck.
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[14:31] <ShorTie> what is /usr/local/bin/indiecity for ??
[14:31] <ShorTie> nuffin in it
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[14:33] <shiftplusone> pistore
[14:33] <ShorTie> oh, l@@ks like PiStore
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[14:34] <ShorTie> yup, sorry, ask here before Mr.Google .. :/~
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[14:40] <ShorTie> playing with procmail, takes me for ever to set stuff up, guess i must do to much reading/research instead of diving yet in .. :/~
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[14:44] <shiftplusone> mail stuff scares me >.>
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[14:47] <ozzzy> I used Postfix
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[14:47] <shiftplusone> exim running on my server.... I think.
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[14:48] <shiftplusone> Once I got it working, I wiped that part of my brain and don't want to touch it ever again.
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[14:49] <ShorTie> lol.
[14:49] <ozzzy> yeah... they're just bloody-minded enough that when they work you don't even look in their directories again
[14:51] <ShorTie> plus i take notes goofy in my rPi_weezy.txt file, normally by the time i'm done with a section, a simple c/p into a bash file, it's a install script
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[15:03] <undecim> Are there wifi adapters that don't need a powered hub?
[15:04] <hadifarnoud> undecim: lots
[15:04] <undecim> Okay... I've got 3 wifi dongles and none of them are working without a hub. Had me wondering
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[15:09] <ShorTie> what model pi ??
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[15:11] <ShorTie> if it is a + version, most likely don't need a powered hub if you got a good enough power adapter
[15:12] <undecim> model b
[15:13] <undecim> I'm actually about to remove the USB and internet ports and solder the usb peripherals straight onto the board
[15:13] <ShorTie> ok, best to use a powered hub then
[15:14] <ShorTie> why ??
[15:14] <undecim> It's going in an Altoids tin
[15:15] <ShorTie> oh
[15:15] <ShorTie> how big is your power adapter also if i can ask ??
[15:15] <undecim> I'm not sure if the metal tin will block the wifi signal. If it does, I can just have the antenna stick out
[15:15] <undecim> ShorTie, it says 2 amp
[15:16] <ShorTie> �k�� ��K��
[15:16] <ShorTie> sounds goodly
[15:17] <ShorTie> ya, most likely gonna need an antenea hole
[15:18] <undecim> I wonder if it's possible to use the tin as an antenna
[15:19] <ShorTie> don't think so
[15:20] <ShorTie> anteneas normally are in the form of a wire type thing, not a metal box
[15:20] <ozzzy> they can be just about anything that radiates... though the propagation pattern/gain might be ugly
[15:21] <AlsoBilby> for making it fit in an altoids tin you're better off with a B+ or an A+
[15:21] <undecim> why?
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[15:21] <Bilby> the board is physically smaller
[15:22] <Bilby> http://www.raspberrypi.org/products/model-a-plus/
[15:22] <undecim> Well i've got a B
[15:22] <Bilby> haha
[15:22] <Bilby> then roll with that ;)
[15:22] <undecim> I've already cut my sd card in half so it doesn't stick out
[15:22] <undecim> It's 50% plastic
[15:23] <ShorTie> if you do do the unsolder thing, when you connect the power for the wifi use the outside of the fuse for the power pickup instead of what is on the pcb
[15:23] <undecim> And the PCB board edge lines right up with the one from the pi... it worked out well
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[15:24] <ShorTie> then you will most likely get away from a powered hub
[15:24] <undecim> ShorTie, won't that just be the same as shorting the fuse?
[15:25] <ShorTie> it will be drawing power from the 2amp supply instead of thru the poly fuse
[15:25] <ShorTie> No
[15:25] <clever> if your soldering the usb devices right in, you could wire the usb devices directly to the PSU
[15:25] <clever> rather then the 5v on the pi usb ports
[15:25] <clever> bypass the fuse on the pi entirely
[15:25] <undecim> Is the fuse for the usb/ethernet chip?
[15:25] <clever> might want to put in your own fuse for them
[15:26] <undecim> I'll definitely add my own fuse
[15:26] <ShorTie> i've done it on a single usb port also, little tricky though
[15:27] <undecim> Does the fuse we're talking about protect from a short on the usb port?
[15:27] <clever> it projects the board from a short anywhere on it
[15:27] <ShorTie> the green 1 on the bottom, it protects the pi
[15:28] <undecim> So what's the advantage of wiring directly to the PSU, rather than the usb power?
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[15:29] <clever> the usb devices may draw more then the fuse on the pi allows
[15:29] <ShorTie> because the wifi adapter can over draw the fuse and cause the pi to brown out
[15:29] <clever> putting in your own fuse, which bypasses the pi will stop that
[15:29] <undecim> clever, But won't that put 5V input on the wrong side of the fuse and make the fuse worthless?
[15:29] <clever> which is why you add your own fuse for that path
[15:29] <undecim> I see now
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[15:31] <undecim> could I just power the pi via the 5v gpio pin? (with a fuse and watnot)
[15:31] <clever> i have done that before
[15:31] <ShorTie> i didn't even put a fuse in, just basically using the power adapter for it, but wired correctly it should/will not back feed power into the pi
[15:32] <clever> undecim: a few days ago, i tied the 5v and gnd pin together on a pair of pi's
[15:32] <clever> so i was able to run both from a single usb cord
[15:32] <clever> kind of overloading the fuse on one, but it ran fine
[15:32] <clever> no usb devices at all, so less load then usual
[15:32] <undecim> Am I bypassing anything other than the fuse if I do that?
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[15:32] <clever> i believe it only bypasses the fuse
[15:32] <ShorTie> on a B ya, but a B+ you can not do that and boot it
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[15:33] <clever> ShorTie: whats different?
[15:33] <ShorTie> the redesigned power circuit
[15:34] <clever> whats been changed to make such a difference?, the brownout detector?
[15:34] <ShorTie> it's like goofy, once it's booted you can run it that way, but you can not boot that way
[15:35] <clever> weird
[15:35] <clever> ive also heard of another hack for the model a's to run them on lower power
[15:35] <ShorTie> most likely done by design
[15:35] <clever> feed 3.3v into BOTH the 5v and 3.3v gpio pins, it must be both
[15:35] <Bilby> so with the + models you can't bypass the micro-usb? :/
[15:36] <undecim> Say, what are the 8 holes by the gpio for?
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[15:36] <ShorTie> for more gpio pins
[15:36] <clever> a few more gpio, mostly audio
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[15:37] <undecim> And the ones by the usb/ethernet chip?
[15:37] <clever> jtag debuging
[15:37] <ShorTie> but they are not a standard distance, so things might need to be on a agle dangle
[15:38] <Bilby> undecim the 8 holes are technically a second SPI bus, and a few other pins. Connector 5 i thik it's called
[15:39] <clever> says P5 on mine
[15:39] <Bilby> and the jtag debugging is only used as part of the manufacturing process
[15:39] <Bilby> that's it, P5
[15:39] <clever> P2 and P3 are jtag
[15:39] <Bilby> the wolfson audio board uses it, with compression pins (pretty fancy, but can be a bit fiddly)
[15:39] <clever> pogo pins are the name i usualy see them under
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[15:41] <Bilby> yep, that
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[15:48] <ShorTie> compression pins are nice, but not real reliable
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[15:54] <undecim> would an antenna along the outside of the altoids tin work, or would it being up against the tin cause problems? Would it be a "shadow" effect?
[15:55] <ShorTie> tin can would work as a back stop and shield everthing that is behind it
[15:55] <Bilby> depending on the frequency, you'll get some reflection, which may result in desense or in a directional effect
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[15:59] <undecim> I could put an antenna on either side then
[16:01] <ShorTie> then you could get into a impedence miss match
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[16:02] <Bilby> assuming you're doing a single-wire dipole, best is if you can extend the wire outside the case
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[16:06] <Hix_> Hi, anyone know why “raspivid -d” or "raspistill -d" doesn’t produce a preview
[16:06] <Hix_> can record images fine, just not getting a preview. Original B board without mounting holes if that helps
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[16:09] <clever> Hix_: what kind of display are you using?
[16:10] <Hix_> it’s headless so I have remote connected using thightvnc server
[16:10] <Hix_> *tightvncserver
[16:11] <clever> raspivid and raspistill use dispmanx for the preview window
[16:11] <clever> that doesnt work over vnc
[16:11] <clever> it only works on the actual outputs, hdmi and composite
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[16:12] <Hix_> damn. When I first got the board I could preview on RDC. Do you know if there is stil a way? I’ve only just come back to Pi
[16:12] <Hix_> forgotten more than I knew :)
[16:12] <clever> dispmans_snapshot is a util that can bypass that problem
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[16:12] <Hix_> will look into that thx
[16:12] <clever> and i have heard of some people making custom vnc servers that use it
[16:13] <clever> its on the forums somewhere
[16:13] <clever> the other option is to just run raspistill, then open it in an image viewer on vnc
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[16:14] <Hix_> I’m trying to adjust the focus on the lens for a close up application, tried with stills, but the delay is really tricky to nail focus with
[16:14] <clever> ah
[16:14] <clever> only other option then is to stream the video to another system, or just whack on an HDMI cord and feed it to a tv/monitor
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[16:16] <Hix_> going to have to break the news to her that I’m comandeering the TV for a while then :)
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[16:20] <ShorTie> maybe RPi_Cam_Web_Interface and a web browser might work
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[16:21] <Hix_> RaspicamRemote on Android has saved the day :) amazing what you can achieve on a phone instead of a couple of thousand pounds worth of laptop :D
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[16:25] <undecim> I
[16:25] <undecim> I think I'll just find a plastic enclosure
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[16:26] <undecim> Even though I already grinded some of the PCB away, lol
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[16:51] <supay> shiftplusone: what i mean to say that on compiling the ARM assembly code with the YAGARTO toolchain, and replacing the generated kernel.img file with the existing kernel.img file on the RPi, the ACT light on the RPi should turn on, and stay on. But that doesn't happen. How can I troubleshoot the issue? The tutorial and code that Im using -
[16:51] <supay> http://www.cl.cam.ac.uk/projects/raspberrypi/tutorials/os/ok01.html
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[17:15] <taza> I want to set up a Raspberry Pi server providing Mosh access. Anyone got tips to get me started?
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[18:11] <ocken> So just a question as I've yet to boot up my pi B+ for the first time.
[18:12] <ocken> I've connected a HDMI cable to my TV and inserted the power cable so the LEDs light up
[18:12] <ocken> But there's no image or console displayed on my TV
[18:13] <ocken> Shouldn't there at least be like a BIOS start page or so when I power it up?
[18:14] <taza> The BIOS is on the sd card
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[18:16] <ocken> aaah
[18:18] <ocken> Right, and I've yet to insert my SD because it's still in shippinh
[18:18] <ocken> Thanks
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[19:19] <sandman> Whenever I connect my pi to a network, it consumes about 1 MBbps up and 1 MBps down... and it's to and from strange, seemingly random places like akamai-somethingoranother.com
[19:19] <sandman> Anyone know why this might be?
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[19:23] <djhworld> akamai is a CDN
[19:24] <djhworld> check what processes you have running on your Pi
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[19:28] <abnormal> how do you check for processes?
[19:29] <pvl1> ps
[19:29] <abnormal> ps?
[19:29] <pvl1> run man ps in a terminal
[19:29] <abnormal> ok jus t a min...
[19:29] <pvl1> that reminds me, is ps a linux command or a utility
[19:30] <abnormal> PID TTY TIME CMD
[19:30] <abnormal> 2876 pts/0 00:00:00 bash
[19:30] <abnormal> 2886 pts/0 00:00:00 ps
[19:31] <abnormal> doesn't say much
[19:32] <pvl1> sudo ps -aux
[19:32] <pvl1> er wait
[19:32] <pvl1> ps aux apperently
[19:32] <abnormal> k, min...
[19:33] <pvl1> then you can like, ps aux | grep someProcessThatImLookingFor
[19:33] <abnormal> holy moly... lol.. now that's a lot of processes... whew
[19:34] <abnormal> ps -aef | grep sshd
[19:35] <abnormal> dunno what that does but I wrote it down from a few moons ago...
[19:36] <pvl1> it tells you if sshd is running
[19:36] <pvl1> and its pid
[19:36] <abnormal> ahh... ty
[19:36] <pvl1> other info as well but yeah
[19:36] <abnormal> pid?
[19:36] <pvl1> keep in mind tho
[19:36] <djhworld> process ID
[19:37] <abnormal> ty
[19:37] <pvl1> that the first result, is you running the command\
[19:37] <pvl1> not the actual daemon
[19:37] <abnormal> ok
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[19:39] <abnormal> so everything in the "command" column is what is actually active?
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[19:45] <rp2> every row is a process that was active at the time the ps command was executed
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[19:46] <abnormal> ok, ty
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[19:55] <sandman> Well I checked iftop and htop
[19:55] <sandman> Nothing really indicating what's causing it
[19:55] <sandman> Just to and from addresses
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[20:00] <pvl1> i dont suppose that the B+ comes with sshd enabled by default
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[20:03] <erebus^> pvl1: as in ssh open and enabled by default?
[20:04] <ShorTie> , B+ has nothing todo with sshd
[20:05] <erebus^> pvl1: if so, then yeah, it should be enabled just like any other raspberry pi, it�'s a part of the raspbian image, not the hardware
[20:05] <ShorTie> raspbian, yes it is enable by default
[20:05] <pvl1> yeah thats what i meant
[20:05] <pvl1> gotcha thanks guys
[20:05] <erebus^> np
[20:06] <pvl1> im trying to connect to my pi over an ethernet cable
[20:06] <pvl1> it seems like ive set it up right
[20:06] <pvl1> im able to ping it
[20:07] <abnormal> is it fast?
[20:07] <pvl1> dammit
[20:07] <abnormal> like 500 gbs?
[20:07] <pvl1> yes :( are you saying its a local loop
[20:07] <abnormal> now what?
[20:07] <pvl1> i feel like NetworkManager is messing things up
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[20:13] <djhworld> sandman: do you have the exact address it's pulling content from
[20:13] <djhworld> you said it was akamai something
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[20:16] <pvl1> hm says all ports closed.... hmmm
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[20:34] <ShorTie> what, no dhcp server on that ethernet cable ??
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[21:25] <pvl1> got it
[21:25] <pvl1> had to configure a dhcp server
[21:25] <pvl1> but whatevs, ill script it later
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[21:28] <zlimvos> i just got a PCM2704 USB DAC but the internets confuse me. I use the squeezelite on my rpi, any ideas how to use the usb dac as default sound output?
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[21:51] <sandman> djhworld: Yeah I'll get it
[21:51] <sandman> Just a sec
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[21:55] <sandman> I rebooted it and now it's not doing it...
[21:55] <sandman> Yet...
[21:56] <sandman> Of course when I'm looking it tells me nothing.
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[22:06] <MrRick> can I plug a standard stero headphone into the B+ jack, or do I need a special converter so I don't short the video line?
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[22:10] <pksato> MrRick: need a converter.
[22:12] <abnormal> MrRick, get the Wolfson sound card
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[22:13] <pksato> http://www.dx.com/p/universal-ctia-to-omtp-3-5mm-male-to-3-5mm-female-earphone-adapter-cable-white-339711#.VM1Fcjm7H8s
[22:13] <MrRick> pksato, abnormal: thanks. Didn't want to just "plug in" and find magic smoke oozing out
[22:14] <pksato> no blue smoke. only bad audio.
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[22:16] <taza> What's the best text-mode web browser right now?
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[22:17] <abnormal> text mode? why?
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[22:17] <pksato> may be, links
[22:17] <sandman> Okay. It's uploading to static.85-10-201-165.clients.your-server.de
[22:17] <Xark> taza: "links", "elinks" or perhaps "lynx" probably
[22:17] <sandman> For some reason.
[22:18] <sandman> My RPi is apparently using 100% of my upload to send data there
[22:18] <taza> abnormal: No X, accessing via SSH only
[22:18] <Xark> taza: Or w3m if you like "classic" software. :)
[22:18] <sandman> It's also sending tons of data here: a23-14-92-96.deploy.static.akamaitechnologies.com and server-54-230-118-36.sfo9.r.cloudfront.net and 62-210-36-4.rev.poneytelecom.eu
[22:19] <sandman> Fresh boot. Nothing is running
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[22:20] <sandman> In fact there are dozens of addresses my RPi is apparently uploading to
[22:20] <sandman> All over the world. But no idea why
[22:21] <ShorTie> it's the WorldWideWeb
[22:21] <sandman> This one too analytics.stg.springboardvideo.com
[22:21] <sandman> It's uploading 500 KBps to a23-14-93-31.deploy.static.akamaitechnologies.com
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[22:21] <ShorTie> or is that the WorldWildWeb
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[22:22] <sandman> I'm not actually doing anything.
[22:22] <abnormal> or the worldhackweb
[22:22] <sandman> So basically if I connect my RPi to someone's network, it kills it
[22:22] <sandman> By flooding it's upload with crap
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[22:23] <sandman> Neighbor's network is fine, up until I connect the RPi. It actually appears to shut down folks' routers
[22:23] <abnormal> lol
[22:23] <sandman> When I connect it to their networks. Floods the upload to the point where they can't even stream videos or anything, then eventually their routers reboot for some reason
[22:24] <sandman> Tons of data going out to 119.171.164.61.dial.wz.zj.dynamic.163data.com.cn now.
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[22:25] <ShorTie> they are sucking your brians
[22:25] <abnormal> well, you'd better cool it before someone comes knocking on your door...
[22:25] <sandman> There are about 1000 other addresses in that range it appears, each being send about 100b of data
[22:25] <sandman> wtf is going on like seriously
[22:25] <pksato> zombie rpi.
[22:26] <abnormal> I have a router that is firewalled so it only allows what I connect to it with do the in/outs
[22:28] <sandman> Okay wtf is this
[22:28] <sandman> nsa-monitoring-eqmt.savchi.adcopy-inc.com
[22:28] <sandman> Tons of data going there
[22:28] <sandman> nsa-monitoring-eqmt? Really?
[22:28] <abnormal> o ooooo kill it very fast!!!
[22:28] <ShorTie> ya, really, what kind of firewall you got on that connection ??
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[22:31] <sandman> One that comes with my router
[22:31] <sandman> Just a Linksys router
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[22:32] <ShorTie> here is your nsa-monitoring-eqmt.savchi.adcopy-inc.com thingy http://www.tcpiputils.com/browse/ip-address/8.24.136.7
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[22:34] <sandman> Well you know how pleased I am to contribute my bandwidth to the NSA's monitoring equipment
[22:34] <sandman> 'Murka.
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[22:35] <taza> Does it even need to be said that the NSA doesn't go advertising their servers?
[22:35] <sandman> True
[22:35] <taza> Much more likely you got compromised and that's a torrent network.
[22:36] <abnormal> yup
[22:36] <sandman> Lovely.
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[22:37] <abnormal> some time ago, there were write ups about all the TOR stuff and most of us suggest not to use it due to NSA poking in...
[22:37] <ShorTie> ever goto https://www.grc.com/shieldsup and see what ports are open ??
[22:41] <CoJaBo> ShorTie: ..?
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[22:41] <ShorTie> hit proceed, then the middle button 'All service ports'
[22:42] <sandman> I had some ports open before
[22:42] <sandman> I closed them at the firewall, and now it would appear the traffic has gone down.
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[22:45] <niston> tax collectors are a weird bunch
[22:45] <ShorTie> ok, good, but shieldsup is a great checker, sequrity is his thing, been around for years and years
[22:45] <niston> final tax bill for 2013: CHF 3200
[22:45] <niston> preliminary tax bill for 2015: CHF 12690
[22:45] <niston> err 2014
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[22:45] <ozzzy> I don't pay income tax
[22:46] <niston> to estimate the preliminary they have to take the last final and add max 20%
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[22:47] <niston> no too gifted with numbers, are they
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[23:02] <foul_owl> Hi folks. Totem and vlc both show a black screen. No sound either. Raspbian 2014-12-24
[23:02] <foul_owl> Fresh install
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[23:04] <[SySteM]> hi
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[23:08] <taza> Ugh
[23:08] <taza> I can't afford a graphical interface
[23:08] <abnormal> oh?
[23:08] <abnormal> why not?
[23:08] <taza> Wrong question.
[23:08] <abnormal> what?
[23:08] <taza> Anyway, I'm trying to get a Raspbian install going with all standard and priority packages
[23:08] <taza> But no X. What's the fastest way there?
[23:09] <taza> Err, standard and important priority packages
[23:11] <taza> And tasksel fails when I try to run it
[23:11] <abnormal> beats me, ask niston
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[23:12] <taza> Please, everyone else also tell me if you cannot answer my question.
[23:13] <niston> I have no idea
[23:14] <abnormal> ShorTie, shiftplusone [Saint] , look ^^^^^
[23:14] <ozzzy> sounds like something's broke
[23:14] <taza> ... would you shut up?
[23:14] <niston> uninstall X and copy the image?
[23:14] <taza> abnormal: Please stop helping, your helping is not helping.
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[23:14] <abnormal> ok
[23:14] <niston> oh
[23:14] <[SySteM]> is there anyone from France?
[23:14] <abnormal> what ever
[23:15] <niston> ya
[23:15] * niston cheers abnormal and goes back to whatever he did before
[23:15] <abnormal> ty
[23:15] <niston> no [SySteM] im not from france sorry
[23:16] <taza> I'm SURE that you pinging people who don't know the answers and generally filling the channel with idle chatter is helpful to getting a question answered. Keep up the good job.
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[23:17] <niston> there's a point there. although abnormal was just "pinging" regulars who usually answer stuff around here when they happen not to be AFK.
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[23:17] <ozzzy> someone has issues
[23:18] <taza> Regulars who tend to be around anyway, reading the channel as they go.
[23:18] <taza> Also that list of regulars is woefully incomplete, and includes folk I wouldn't trust to pour water out of a boot.
[23:18] <niston> maybe this will help you? http://raspberrypi.stackexchange.com/questions/4745/how-to-uninstall-x-server-and-desktop-manager-when-running-as-headless-server
[23:19] <taza> It's not even related!
[23:19] <niston> I must have misunderstood your question then
[23:19] <abnormal> yes, taza , I am in learning stage and "in class" so I may not be of your standard or anyone else's but I will do my best and not ans to your questions unless I know the ans.
[23:19] <niston> thought you dont want X?
[23:20] <taza> You are not competent enough to understand my question; to get to the point where I am, I would have to spend a significant amount of time teaching you. I somehow doubt you have the answer to my question.
[23:20] <niston> o stfu
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[23:20] <niston> and stop trolling
[23:20] <taza> Therefore, I'm forced to assume your attempts at "help" are not about helping me, they are about your own self-esteem.
[23:21] <ozzzy> wow... someone REALLY has issues
[23:21] <niston> kkthxbye
[23:21] <ozzzy> what a dick
[23:21] * ShorTie thinkz taza needs a dose of niceaty
[23:21] <abnormal> bye
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[23:21] <taza> Hallelujah!
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[23:22] <taza> I can't stand people who have to clutter everything up with guesses without even reading the question.
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[23:22] <niston> thank you
[23:23] <taza> ShorTie: I do believe it is not difficult to understand how it's frustrating to get your questions flooded out by irrelevant chatter.
[23:24] <ShorTie> doesn't mean not to be nice on your end, they are being nice trying to help you
[23:25] <niston> guess that's what the ignore list is for
[23:25] <ShorTie> if you don't like, don't insult people, just leave
[23:25] <taza> They are not being nice; they are just talking at me without even considering my questions; or worse, keeping talking when it should be clear to them they do not know the answer.
[23:25] <taza> This isn't "nice", it's rude.
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[23:34] <foul_owl> Hi folks. Totem and vlc both show a black screen. No sound either. Raspbian 2014-12-24. Anything you would suggest I try to get video and sound working? Thanks!
[23:34] <Lobosque> hey guys. I want to run a server on my rPi and have tablet connecting to it. the thing is... I want to make the connection wired. what is the best way to do this?
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[23:52] <libc> Lobosque: is this a model with no ethernet?
[23:53] <libc> you'd probably want a USB-ethernet adapter
[23:53] <libc> (sidenote: that is more or less with the orignal B pi had)
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