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IRC Log for 2015-02-14

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[0:00] <cyanide> for changing the display settings, plus if you want to use it separately for your own stuff
[0:00] <cyanide> check this image http://www.buydisplay.com/media/catalog/product/cache/1/image/c577d1203d4a53d9f98182eb6081b1d6/5/_/5_hdmi_vga_video_driver_board_and_800x480_tft_display_lcd_module.jpg
[0:00] <thescatman> is there a way to increase the amps to a usb port? I'm not able to run a hard drive off one of them it seems :/
[0:00] <clever> cyanide: ah
[0:01] <clever> kind of need that when you have so many inputs to select between
[0:01] <clever> and vga/composite need more fine tuning
[0:01] <cyanide> yeah
[0:01] <PovAddict> thescatman: use a powered USB hub
[0:01] <clever> hdmi is just simpler
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[0:01] <thescatman> I have one but was really needing to go without one :/
[0:02] <thescatman> I guess my only option is to get a 64/128gb micro sd instead
[0:02] <cyanide> thescatman, if you're brave, cut the 5v wire off the usb cable and supply power separately. connect both grounds (pi and source)
[0:02] <cyanide> lol
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[0:02] <PovAddict> thescatman: may be chaper to use a 128GB pendrive
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[0:02] <thescatman> PovAddict: good idea
[0:03] <thescatman> Any idea of the maximum performance gain of a micro sd in transfer speeds for the pi? like, is there a limit? I've got a high end sandisk extreme pro in it atm but that was for a hummingboard
[0:04] <thescatman> The ultra or lower end class 10 cards would save me some cash
[0:04] <cyanide> the theoretical limit is the spi bus
[0:05] <plugwash> The raspberry pi's SD slot is not SPI
[0:05] <thescatman> i think I read about that, that's the thing that bottlenecks the ethernet and usb speeds right
[0:05] <shiftplusone> the common wisdom is that sequential read/write speeds are irrelevant when it comes to the way sd cards are actually used in devices like the pi, so a class 10 card is mostly a waste of money.
[0:06] <plugwash> AIUI sequential transfer speeds on the Pi are limited by the fact the SD card interface is fixed to 3.3V
[0:06] <clever> i suspect a log based filesystem would take full advantage of sequential writes, but i dont know if anybody has tried one on a pi yet
[0:06] <plugwash> and the higher speed SD modes require lower voltages
[0:06] <cyanide> plugwash, my bad
[0:06] <thescatman> hm... okay
[0:07] <clever> plugwash: i finaly found those soldering photos of my dead-bug work, 4 hours after we ahd talked about it, lol
[0:07] <thescatman> So I should just buy a cheap card then. as I said, the decent one was needed for a different thing so it's not lost
[0:07] <plugwash> what really matters on devices like the pi is random access performance, if random write performance sucks then upgrades will make you tear your hair out
[0:07] <clever> plugwash: https://www.dropbox.com/s/wibapz9znins0cm/PIC_0026.JPG?dl=0
[0:08] <PovAddict> clever: wtf is that
[0:08] * plugwash tends to buy the rpf's branded cards, they aren't too expensive and have decent random write performance
[0:08] <clever> PovAddict: an ssop-28 chip, soldered up dead-bug style
[0:08] <thescatman> plugwash: what would you get then, as a tl;dr? an average relatively cheap micro sd that's roundabouts class 10? they're damn c
[0:08] <thescatman> ah ok
[0:08] <thescatman> bloody lag
[0:08] <shiftplusone> +1 for the official sd cards. Never had any problems with them.
[0:08] <plugwash> iirc they use a samsung OEM microsd card
[0:08] <clever> PovAddict: https://www.dropbox.com/s/k9s2d18awxuq64d/PIC_0031.JPG?dl=0 and this is the same board later on when i got it half working
[0:09] <PovAddict> ok new contest
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[0:09] <PovAddict> who has the messiest desk here?
[0:10] * clever digs thru photos
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[0:10] <clever> PovAddict: https://www.dropbox.com/s/wq0mtr0cmk5hafe/DSCF0002.JPG?dl=0 hows this?
[0:10] <PovAddict> clever's last photo is the first contender
[0:10] <cyanide> i could sleep on that desk
[0:10] <shiftplusone> https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/175702/desk.jpg
[0:10] <PovAddict> ... what commodore is that? :O
[0:11] <clever> shiftplusone: i see you still have your tape drive out
[0:11] <clever> mine is in a box somewhere
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[0:11] <PovAddict> ah is it just a tape drive?
[0:11] <shiftplusone> yeah
[0:11] <shiftplusone> the c64 isn't in the photo
[0:11] <clever> i dont see the pc itself, but it could be burried
[0:11] <clever> http://gallery.earthtools.ca/index.py/pc's/Photo_082806_001.jpg
[0:11] <clever> much older photo, look at the tower of towers, lol
[0:12] <PovAddict> :D
[0:12] <clever> and just under the desk, you can see my 10mbit HUB!
[0:12] <thescatman> 1 more thing for now - it's possible to clone an sd card from a pi, onto a larger one right? then extend the partition to the full thing (as i'll be swapping out and upgrading the micro sd)
[0:12] <PovAddict> thescatman: yes
[0:12] <clever> thescatman: yep
[0:12] <thescatman> great. cheers!
[0:12] <clever> http://gallery.earthtools.ca/index.py/pc's/Photo_082806_00a.jpg
[0:12] <clever> at this time, i was stripping some old systems for anything potentialy usefull
[0:12] <PovAddict> going the opposite direction is harder
[0:13] <PovAddict> (shrinking partitions)
[0:13] <thescatman> yeah, i know
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[0:13] <clever> http://gallery.earthtools.ca/index.py/desk/desk%20005.jpg
[0:14] <clever> my server room, the monitor has since been upgraded
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[0:14] <clever> and the pc's changed out a few times
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[0:14] <thescatman> Honestly the pi 2 has really made me interested in the pi properly this time... the performance of the pi 1 really put me off. have just been playing quake 3 on it for a couple of hours off a portable battery pack :D
[0:14] <PovAddict> no CRT monitors left in this house :)
[0:14] <PovAddict> we still have CRT TVs though :)
[0:14] <clever> PovAddict: a few in the garage, and 2 crt tv's still in use
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[0:16] <thescatman> it's surprising how long the pi 2 can run off a battery actually
[0:16] <imbezol> i just finished running cat 5 and power cables through the rafters to get them over to the top of a bookshelf. got the pi all setup with camera to take a picture every 2 seconds of my poker table. wrote a small script to turn it into a timelapse video of the game. should be fun to see the chips stacks go up and down and the players get eliminated
[0:16] <clever> http://gallery.earthtools.ca/index.py/lipo
[0:16] <clever> graphs from when i ran my pi off a lipo battery
[0:16] <clever> 7 watt hour
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[0:17] <clever> i also had an i2c lipo charge monitor plugged into the pi, along with snmp support, and was polling it over wifi
[0:17] <cyanide> what is the power consumption of a pi if you dont want to drive a display?
[0:17] <imbezol> now i'm wondering if i should do the same on the second table. could have the video split until it gets down to 1 table and then fullscreen that table
[0:17] <cyanide> just a few gpio pins
[0:17] <cyanide> i'll be connecting an xbee which is about 50mA
[0:17] <thescatman> imbezol: I'm trying to do exactly that for a small project... how did you set it up to take pictures like that? and how much space do they roughly use?
[0:17] <clever> http://gallery.earthtools.ca/index.py/lipo/vcell.png you can get a decent view of the discharge curve here
[0:18] <thescatman> clever: at what point did it turn off / die?
[0:18] <thescatman> like, i guess there's a minimum amperage for it to run on...
[0:18] <clever> thescatman: i think i ran it until it just died, so where the graph just stops
[0:19] <thescatman> ah ok
[0:19] <imbezol> thescatman: the picture taking part is really easy.. it's all built in.. enable your camera first, then just use the raspistill command line util
[0:19] <clever> i was using a boost regulator, so as the voltage dropped, it began to suck more current to keep the pi going
[0:19] <plugwash> a lot of lithium packs have a built in protection circuit
[0:19] <clever> which then made the voltage drop even faster
[0:19] <plugwash> so if the voltage drops to a certain level they cut the load off
[0:19] <clever> plugwash: yep, i'm pretty sure the 2.8v low cutoff in the lipo kicked in before the protection in the boost board
[0:19] <clever> so the boost board protection is useless in my case
[0:19] <thescatman> that makes sense
[0:20] <clever> i have a list of the parts i used somewhere
[0:20] <imbezol> thescatman: then i wrote a small script.. http://imbezol.org/maketl.sh
[0:20] <clever> https://www.sparkfun.com/wish_lists/66243
[0:21] <clever> thescatman: and my figures are in here, 2000mAh lasts 4 hours with it idling on wifi
[0:21] <thescatman> hmm
[0:21] <clever> which would have damaged the pi
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[0:21] <clever> the fuel gauge board was wired into the pi after a slight modification, the vbat was handling i2c pullup
[0:21] <clever> and the boost/charger handled the 5v supply, directly into the gpio header
[0:22] <thescatman> I understand a whole 10% of that
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[0:22] <clever> the fuel gauage board was optional, i just wanted to give it some battery level detection
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[0:22] <thescatman> I've been using a 10,000mAh battery, 2 hours usage with quake 3 didn't even dent it
[0:23] <clever> my rough math says that a 6000mAh would run the pi+wifi idling for ~12 hours
[0:23] <thescatman> imbezol: thanks! I'll see how i can modify that to do what I need i to do
[0:23] <clever> and youve got an even bigger battery
[0:23] <PovAddict> does the pi soc change its power usage considerably when idle vs loaded?
[0:24] <PovAddict> I haven't noticed noticeable differences in CPU temperature...
[0:24] <clever> PovAddict: i think so, where did i put the link
[0:24] <clever> PovAddict: http://raspi.tv/2015/raspberry-pi2-power-and-performance-measurement
[0:24] <clever> A+ draws 100mA idle, and ~210mA when recording 1080p video
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[0:26] <clever> brb
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[0:26] <imbezol> thescatman: you can adjust the quality of the pictures taken. i put it at 100% because i'm dumping them on a huge NFS share anyways
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[0:26] <imbezol> thescatman: at 100% they're around 2.7 megs each
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[0:28] <djazz> wow, managed to get the adafruit FM transmitter to work on the pi directly connected to GPIO! http://i.imgur.com/gJQCwtc.jpg
[0:29] <djazz> found some incomplete python code on adafruit forum, it lacked the RDS
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[0:29] <djazz> so now i can listen to Galaxy News Radio when im home ^~^
[0:29] <clever> back
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[0:31] <clever> PovAddict: the link i pastes also says that the pi2 can be as much as 14x faster, though it depends on your usage
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[0:33] <shiftplusone> djazz, be careful, you probably wouldn't want to leave it running.
[0:34] <djazz> shiftplusone: i got it on lowest power, doesnt get outside house (when listening with fm radio)
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[0:34] <djazz> better than using the pi directly as fm transmitter, atleast
[0:34] <shiftplusone> Oh, I thought that's what you were doing
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[0:35] <djazz> shiftplusone: nah, dedicated fm transmitter chip
[0:35] <shiftplusone> ah okay, never mind.
[0:35] <djazz> http://www.adafruit.com/product/1958
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[0:36] <shiftplusone> ah, cool
[0:36] <shiftplusone> how's the quality?
[0:36] <PovAddict> bah
[0:36] <shiftplusone> and does it go up to 11?
[0:36] <PovAddict> my local electronics shop doesn't even have a website >.>
[0:36] <djazz> shiftplusone: quality is ok, there's a bit of static
[0:37] <aberrant> so
[0:37] <shiftplusone> hm
[0:37] <aberrant> ubuntu core snappy of whatever it’s called is sorta the suck right now
[0:37] <aberrant> s/of/or
[0:37] <djazz> volume isnt that high as other stations
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[0:37] <djazz> but waay better then PiFM
[0:37] <aberrant> the pi2 is absolutely fast though
[0:37] <aberrant> even with raspbian
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[0:37] <shiftplusone> aberrant, all the distros were meh when they were first released
[0:37] <aberrant> I got rid of all the xorg / x11 cruft
[0:38] <shiftplusone> it will probably take a while for it to be nice and polished.
[0:38] <aberrant> shiftplusone: yeah, but there are no packages / snaps / whatever they’re called yet
[0:38] <PovAddict> aberrant: from raspbian?
[0:38] <aberrant> PovAddict: yeah
[0:38] <PovAddict> aberrant: did you try an image like minibian?
[0:38] <aberrant> PovAddict: no, I get the official ones and cull them
[0:38] <aberrant> just easier
[0:38] <aberrant> apt-get remove xorg-common x11-common usually does it
[0:38] <shiftplusone> yeah, I don't know how the whole snap thing is supposed to work... I find all this 'cloud' talk very vague and finding useful information in between the buzz words is something I can't be bothered doing >.>
[0:38] <aberrant> then an autoremove
[0:38] <aberrant> then a purge
[0:39] <zproc> anyone tried that Ubuntu/Linaro image?
[0:39] <aberrant> shiftplusone: the thing is that you can’t even change the default password, since root is mounted read only.
[0:39] <shiftplusone> zproc, someone did a comparison on the forum and it comes up as being a little faster than debian and raspbian.
[0:39] <aberrant> you have to remount r/w for any changes to /etc
[0:39] <shiftplusone> aberrant, oh... fun.
[0:39] <PovAddict> wth
[0:39] <aberrant> yeah, it’s weird
[0:39] <aberrant> the idea, I guess, is that you install docker and do all your userlevel stuff there
[0:40] <zproc> shiftplusone: okay thanks, aside from that does it provide anything more?
[0:40] <aberrant> but docker isn’t yet available on arm
[0:40] <aberrant> so you’re SOL
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[0:40] <shiftplusone> zproc, no idea. Playing around with it is on the todo list.
[0:40] <aberrant> I’ll stick with raspbian
[0:40] <aberrant> I want to try to build Julia on this thing
[0:41] <zproc> shiftplusone: same here, but i've been procrastinating
[0:41] <PovAddict> the only problem I had with minibian is that it doesn't come with wi-fi stuff by default
[0:41] <aberrant> if that works then I’ll be a happy f*&%ing camper
[0:41] <PovAddict> and I have no physical access to my router atm
[0:41] <shiftplusone> brb
[0:41] <aberrant> ok, time for me to jet. later.
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[0:42] <zproc> i have a problem now tho, i have too many raspberry pi's to justify buying a second Pi 2 :/
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[0:42] <zproc> especially now that my Lapdock is dead
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[0:43] <PovAddict> I only have one pi
[0:43] <PovAddict> does that mean I can justify buying a Pi2? :D
[0:43] <zproc> yes :)
[0:43] <PovAddict> my dad challenged me to control LEDs from my iPod touch, I got it done in a few days :D
[0:44] <PovAddict> the native iOS app I wrote still sucks though
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[1:00] <Datalink> I get to go from Pi B Rev 1 to Pi 2 B+... probably next month when I have my disposable income again... though I also have to get the AV cable for it
[1:01] <djazz> I have eight pi's... pls help me :D
[1:01] <Datalink> djazz, how close are you to building a cluster out of them?
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[1:02] <djazz> Datalink: well, once i have a "load-balanced" http server with nginx
[1:02] <djazz> between two
[1:02] <factor> Does raspberry pi have a commandline proxy setup , wich includes script access to proxy?
[1:02] <Giddles> is there some free webspace service like dropbox?
[1:02] <djazz> right now 3 are in use as servers, two too "old", and some model A's i only use for special purposes
[1:03] <Giddles> or knew anyone some?
[1:05] <djazz> rest i use for varios experiments
[1:05] <djazz> like now, FM radio
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[1:36] <zproc> what should i install on that Ubuntu/Linaro image for Wifi? Wpa_supplicant?
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[1:44] <shiftplusone> zproc, depends. You'll need wpa_supplicant as a minimum... the rest depends on how you want to configure it.
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[1:48] <clever> i have done unencrypted and wep without wpa_supplicant, but wpa_supplicant just makes auto-connecting to several configured networks so much simpler
[1:48] <clever> even when you dont need wpa
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[1:50] <zproc> hmm i couldn't find wpa_supplicant in the repos shiftplusone
[1:51] * shiftplusone shrugs
[1:51] <zproc> i can install wpagui so i guess uh
[1:52] <PovAddict> the package name is without underscore
[1:53] <shiftplusone> learning to use apt-cache search would be good.
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[1:54] <ali1234> clever: can wpa_supplicant start an access point if there are no known networks in range?
[1:54] <clever> ali1234: nope, need to fully stop wpa_supplicant, and then start hostapd
[1:54] <clever> and then you loose the ability to scan
[1:54] <clever> but some wifi cards/drivers let you run it in 2 modes at once
[1:55] <clever> so it can be both a client and a ap at once
[1:55] <clever> on the same channel though
[1:55] <PovAddict> could build a wifi repeater with that
[1:55] <clever> yeah, but same channel limit will instantly halve your bandwidth
[1:55] <zproc> shiftplusone: i did an apt-cache search
[1:55] <zproc> no luck i guess
[1:55] <shiftplusone> hm
[1:56] <PovAddict> yeah
[1:56] <zproc> but i guess there isn't a module for my wifi dongle so well
[1:56] <PovAddict> zproc: the package is called wpasupplicant
[1:56] <zproc> i understood thanks it's installed PovAddict
[1:56] <zproc> i install wpagui
[1:56] <PovAddict> shiftplusone: the wpasupplicant package doesn't have wpa_supplicant in its description :/
[1:56] <zproc> installed*
[1:56] <shiftplusone> I would've searched for wpa supplicant, not wpa_supplicant
[1:56] <clever> PovAddict: i always break it down to a keyword if i dont get any hits
[1:57] <clever> so search for something that never shows up elsewhere like wpa, or supplicant
[1:57] <PovAddict> shiftplusone: ah
[1:57] <PovAddict> good idea
[1:57] <clever> supplicant will likely have less false hits
[1:57] <clever> i cant think of anything else that has that in the name
[1:58] <zproc> hm i'm used to apt-cache search, it's just that sometimes...
[1:59] <clever> it also searches describe on me, so i usualy pair it up to grep
[1:59] <clever> apt-cache search supplicant | grep wpa | grep supplicant
[1:59] <clever> for example
[1:59] <ali1234> apt-cache search foo | grep foo
[1:59] <ali1234> ^ i wish that this wasn't necessary, but it is
[2:00] <shiftplusone> that doesn't sound right
[2:00] <shiftplusone> but am not currently on linux to play around with it. interesting
[2:00] <PovAddict> if you want to only search the short descriptions, use aptitude search :)
[2:00] <ali1234> it isn't right, it's just the way it is
[2:00] <clever> root@klingon:~# apt-cache search supplicant
[2:01] <clever> dhcpcd-gtk - GTK+ frontend for dhcpcd and wpa_supplicant
[2:01] <clever> barely fits, lol
[2:01] <ali1234> try "apt-cache search foo | grep -v foo" and check out how much irrelevant stuff that usually turns up
[2:01] <clever> root@klingon:~# apt-cache search wpa
[2:01] <clever> clamav - anti-virus utility for Unix - command-line interface
[2:01] <clever> how did this even happen?
[2:02] <clever> - built-in support for ELF executables and Portable Executable files
[2:02] <clever> compressed with UPX, FSG, Petite, NsPack, wwpack32, MEW, Upack and
[2:02] <clever> ah, it supports scanning for viruses inside a ww pack32 compressed exe
[2:02] <benighted> is there a way to update NOOBS with existing images to work on rpi2?
[2:03] <zproc> benighted: you can update Raspbian directly
[2:03] <PovAddict> benighted: what do you mean "to work on rpi2"? they already work
[2:04] <ali1234> zsync would be handy for this
[2:04] <benighted> I have an existing pi sd image (noobs) with raspbian and openelec
[2:05] <benighted> want to use on rpi2
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[2:05] <ali1234> i don't know how NOOBS works but if you have just a normal raspbian install without NOOBS then all you have to do is run apt-get dist-upgrade and you get all the pi 2 kernels and stuff
[2:06] <zproc> how should i proceed to find info on a module for my Wifi dongle for Linaro? I know nothinig about Linaro. Lsusb, and google for the ID of the dongle etc?
[2:06] <PovAddict> benighted: it will Just Work on rpi2
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[2:06] <ali1234> zproc: yes
[2:06] <benighted> PovAddict, have yet to see it
[2:06] <zproc> ali1234: thanks :)
[2:06] <PovAddict> benighted: it won't take full advantage of the hardware though
[2:07] <plugwash> pretty sure an old noobs install won't "just work" on a pi2
[2:07] <PovAddict> plugwash: why not?
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[2:08] <plugwash> because pi2 needs a new kernel and the problem with noobs is that the recovery partition is never updated. I understand why this design descision was made (seriously reduces the risk of ending up with an unusable recovery) but it's unfortunatley a problem when transferring to new hardware
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[2:09] <plugwash> it may be possible to manually update the recovery partition by replacing the files with the versions from a new release but I haven't tried this myself
[2:09] <shiftplusone> plugwash, it's just a matter of extracting NOOBS lite onto the recovery partition (without recovery.cmdline)
[2:09] <ali1234> is there any reason why raspbian never unmounts /boot when you do "shutdown -r now"?
[2:10] <ali1234> (and then complains at the next boot up that it wasn't cleanly unmounted)
[2:10] <shiftplusone> ali1234, are you sure that's why it complains. There's a bug which doesn't actually unset the dirty bit on fat partitions when you run fsck, so I suspect that's all it is.
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[2:12] <ali1234> oh, okay then. that sounds like it
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[2:13] <ali1234> so basically if you hard reset it once, it complains forever until you fix it manually?
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[2:14] <clever> i think it always sets dirty when you mount, and should clear dirty when you un-mount
[2:14] <shiftplusone> yup, so you need to fix it on windows or a newer version of.... dosfstools I think.
[2:14] <clever> oh, so linux just enver touches dirty?
[2:14] <shiftplusone> sec, let me find what the actual problem is, I'm only going off memory
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[2:15] <shiftplusone> https://bugs.launchpad.net/raspbian/+bug/1263453
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[2:20] <plugwash> shiftplusone, apparently I uploaded a fix for that in december
[2:21] * shiftplusone shrugs
[2:21] <shiftplusone> I haven't had the 'problem' myself in ages
[2:21] <shiftplusone> but it does seem to match what ali1234 described
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[2:36] <Psybur> Hey, if I want to google the rasppi 2, what should I use? Keep getting the old model
[2:36] <Psybur> I want to see if theres an updated GPIO reference
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[2:37] <plugwash> other than the base address change there shouldn't be any difference from the B+
[2:37] <Psybur> Not even sure what that means :D
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[2:45] <ShorTie> hey plugwash, how come the bootloader is not in the normal package list ??
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[2:48] <plugwash> do you mean "why is raspberrypi-firmware-nokernel" (which builds among other things raspberrypi-bootloader-nokernel) in it's own section of the repo?
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[2:49] <plugwash> ShorTie, ^^
[2:49] <ShorTie> nop, the regular raspberrypi-bootloader
[2:51] <ShorTie> can't be found at either ox.ac.uk or raspbian.org untill you change to a regular sources.list
[2:52] <plugwash> because it contains a kernel that wasn't built by the raspberry pi foundation not by us, it also doesn't come with a source package and requires some digging to find the source, it's also not immediately clear what compiler it was built with (I suspect it was the compiler in the raspberrypi/tools github repo but i'm not positive, nor is it clear if the source for the compiler in raspberrypi/tools is available anywhere)
[2:52] <ShorTie> ox.ac.uk and raspbian.org have identicle package list
[2:52] <plugwash> and it doesn't have a headers package either
[2:53] <PovAddict> isn't raspbian.org just a redirector to a mirror, one of which can be ox.ac.uk?
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[2:53] <PovAddict> thus they will obviously have an identical package list
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[2:53] <ShorTie> nop, 2 different placs unless wget gets redirected
[2:54] <ShorTie> it's no real big deal i guess, just makes cdebootstrapping a 2 step process is all
[2:55] <plugwash> to summarise it bluntly the raspberry pi foundation's raspberrypi-bootloader package falls far short of the standards for anything I would allow near the main raspbian archive
[2:55] <ShorTie> i was just awonderin
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[2:55] <ShorTie> �k�� ��K��
[2:55] <ShorTie> sounds very resonable
[2:56] <plugwash> the "nokernel" version I ship is not great either but at least it's free of GPL stuff, so concerns about source possiblly not matching up are less serious
[2:58] <ShorTie> if it was able tobe found you could build an image with about 10 lines of code
[2:58] <ShorTie> but not being able to adds another whole process in
[2:59] * plugwash has always used debootstrap on the defaults and then added anything else he wants afterwards
[3:00] <ShorTie> ya, debootstrap doesn't support the --include where cdebootstrap does
[3:01] <ShorTie> cdebootstrap does seems alot better to me
[3:02] <plugwash> there is a tool called multistrap if you really want to pull from multiple repos at bootstrap time
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[3:03] <ShorTie> still makes it a multi step proess
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[3:04] <PovAddict> that's what scripts are for
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[3:04] <ShorTie> might as well just change sources.list
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[3:05] <ShorTie> yes i agree PovAddict, that is why i wrote my_raspbian.sh so peeps could build there own images easily
[3:07] <seitensei> Psybur: If you're doing stuff on Linux, GPIO is the same as on the B+. If you're going lower level- the hardware address is different (I think that's what it means).
[3:08] <plugwash> if you are doing stuff through the kernel APIs then it's the same
[3:08] <PovAddict> what kernel APIs? /sys/class/gpio?
[3:09] <plugwash> yes for literal general purpose IO, also various interfaces for specific perhipherals (I2C, SPI etc)
[3:09] <plugwash> if you are doing stuff by mapping from /dev/mem and hitting the registers directly then you have to deal with the changed base address
[3:09] <PovAddict> what does the python library do internally?
[3:09] <plugwash> dunno you'd have to read it's sourcecode
[3:10] <shiftplusone> PovAddict, mmaps /dev/mem
[3:10] <PovAddict> so an old distro with an old RPi.GPIO python library will not work on the Pi2?
[3:10] <shiftplusone> the distro doesn't matter, as long a rpi.gpio is up to date
[3:10] <PovAddict> well old image I meant :)
[3:11] <PovAddict> I need a fun project... preferably one that doesn't require me to buy more things :(
[3:11] <plugwash> you will also need to update the kernel/firmware for pi2 of course
[3:11] <ali1234> do you hve a pi 2?
[3:11] <shiftplusone> I think the same answer still applies... it doesn't matter if the original image is old, as long as it's up to date.
[3:12] <PovAddict> ali1234: I have a Pi 1 model B
[3:12] <ali1234> never mind then...
[3:12] <shiftplusone> *(as long as the install itself is up to date)
[3:13] <Psybur> Im setting up my pi 2 b :D
[3:13] <plugwash> of course "up to date" can be an interesting thing
[3:13] <PovAddict> the only projects I've done with it is control LEDs from an iOS app and share a printer in the network (basically install cups and configure it)
[3:13] <Psybur> I got my arduino running the pingpair_dyn example, currently trying to get the python crap working on the pi for the RF24 lib
[3:13] <plugwash> depending on who built the image and how various things may or may not be managed by packages or may need manual updating
[3:13] <shiftplusone> yeah, that's all a bit unfortunate.
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[3:24] <factor> With raspbian can I get wifi going without haveing to download anyting.
[3:25] <PovAddict> yes
[3:25] <PovAddict> I think *all* the wi-fi chip firmwares are preinstalled
[3:25] <factor> It found my wifi dongle .
[3:25] <factor> lsusb shows it
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[3:26] <PovAddict> lsusb will always show any usb device whether it's supported or not :)
[3:27] <factor> right that is what I wanted to know.
[3:27] <factor> normally it is its just a g
[3:27] <factor> G
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[3:47] <clever> factor: if i have the pid/vid, i could look up which driver uses it
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[3:55] <Psybur> Anybody here use the RF24 libs?
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[3:55] <Psybur> I cant seem to get the examples running. Got them running fine on my arduino tho. Seems like the examples are freezing when it goes to open the radio on the pi
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[3:58] <DGMurdockIII> hi
[3:59] <DGMurdockIII> i run a computer store and going to start selling the rasbery pi is there a good book i shold sell as well
[3:59] <DGMurdockIII> for like people who want to get started with it
[3:59] * ShorTie thinkz about Linux books
[4:00] <ShorTie> if not for the gpio pins, it's just another Linux machine
[4:01] <shiftplusone> http://au.wiley.com/WileyCDA/WileyTitle/productCd-1119046025.html
[4:01] <shiftplusone> that's a bit more for kids though
[4:04] <shiftplusone> maybe "Raspberry Pi User Guide", but i'm not sure if it has been updated with pi 2 stuff yet.
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[4:13] <ShorTie> to make the raspberry pi experience the most enjoyable, i would also get some 'top' quality micro-usb cable (biggest wire you can find) and some 2 amp supplies
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[4:28] <Psybur> So the RF24 libs I have are using the bcm2835 addresses for pins. This means it wont work on the b 2 right
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[4:31] <McBride36> does anyone have the arch distro set up on their rpi?
[4:33] <Psybur> Yes, the base mapping change will break things. I think I found a fix for the RF24 lib
[4:33] <Psybur> http://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/viewtopic.php?f=28&t=99227&p=689610
[4:34] <Psybur> ali1234, were you working on nrf24 stuff too? I think I remember you saying something like that. Just a heads up
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[5:33] <Psybur> I got the pi 2 b talking to my arduino. No soldering capacitors needed :D
[5:33] <McBride36> sweet, what's the project?
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[5:35] <qubitnerd> McBride36: yes what about arch ?
[5:36] <McBride36> qubitnerd, for some reason, whenever i boot up, it boots up into read only and i need to remount /
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[5:36] <qubitnerd> fstab ?
[5:37] <Psybur> Im going to have a set of voltage dividers on the analog pins of an arduino (four buttons per pin) and the arduino is going to tell a pi which button was pressed. The pi is going to make a web service call to an app that Im going to use to keep track of how my students are doing on tasks I assign
[5:38] <Psybur> So Im thinking about 2-4 students, each with a set of 4 buttons, to one arduino
[5:39] <McBride36> qubitnerd, not sure i want to try that yet
[5:39] <McBride36> i did dmesg and here's what it tells me in regards to mounting [ 3.863869] VFS: Mounted root (ext4 filesystem) readonly on device 179:6.
[5:39] <qubitnerd> McBride36: i meant could you post your fstab
[5:39] <McBride36> ah
[5:39] <Psybur> And the pi will tell the arduino the result and certain led corresponding to a task and state will change
[5:41] <McBride36> qubitnerd, http://puu.sh/fTp5d/de7e15a788.png
[5:41] <qubitnerd> -.-
[5:41] <Psybur> Hmm I only have about 7 digital pins left
[5:41] <Psybur> I wonder how I could use these
[5:41] <qubitnerd> pi isnt connected to the internet i suppose
[5:41] <McBride36> itis, i'm accessing it over ssh now
[5:42] <qubitnerd> well could you paste the entire text
[5:42] <McBride36> also, just assume i'm really dumb about all of this, this is my first arch experience
[5:42] <qubitnerd> well nvm ..
[5:42] <McBride36> that's a puush of the entire fstab
[5:42] <qubitnerd> okay
[5:43] <ShorTie> McBride36, did you recitely update and is there new files in /boot that need to be updated/exchanged ??
[5:44] <McBride36> ShorTie, ran -Syyu today after install
[5:44] <McBride36> and i have no idea about the latter
[5:44] <McBride36> how would i check?
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[5:45] <ShorTie> ls /boot
[5:45] <ShorTie> or ls -l /boot
[5:45] <McBride36> right but how do i know if they need to be updated/exchanged
[5:46] <ShorTie> isn't there like xxxxxx.arch or sumfin there, or look at the dates
[5:47] <ShorTie> like cmdline.txt.newarch or sumfin
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[5:48] <ShorTie> files with an extra part on the end
[5:48] <McBride36> question, would dates going back to 1980 before i ran ntpd -q effect anything?
[5:48] <ShorTie> maybe pastebin your ls /boot
[5:49] <ShorTie> i'm trying to remember what others have said fixed, that is why i'm not exactly sure
[5:49] <McBride36> http://pastebin.com/tmXryFh9
[5:49] <ShorTie> s/fixed/fixed it/
[5:50] <ShorTie> see the pacnew's
[5:50] <ShorTie> those 1's
[5:50] <ShorTie> Feb 13 2015 cmdline.txt.pacnew, todays date ......pacnew
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[5:51] <McBride36> what about them?
[5:51] <McBride36> read it?
[5:51] <ShorTie> you need to change out cmdline.txt with cmdline.txt.pacnew
[5:51] <qubitnerd> those are to be merged or replaced
[5:51] <ShorTie> do like
[5:52] <ShorTie> cp cmdline.txt cmdline.txt.orig
[5:52] <ShorTie> cp cmdline.txt.pacnew cmdline.txt
[5:52] <ShorTie> and the config 1 too....
[5:53] <ShorTie> then reboot
[5:53] <McBride36> i ran cp
[5:53] <ShorTie> for both ??
[5:53] <McBride36> er just saw that now
[5:53] <ShorTie> in /boot
[5:54] <McBride36> now it's done
[5:54] <McBride36> i'll reboot and let you know if it worked
[5:55] <ShorTie> i guess the do not replace them by default because you could have modified them
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[5:56] <McBride36> i think that borked the pi
[5:58] <ShorTie> sorry, you can copy them back on any pc, others have said it fixed is all i know
[6:00] <ShorTie> arch and the foundation are like not really getting along, so nuffin mightbe straight foward anymore
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[6:06] <McBride36> yeah that borked the pi, can't mount filesystem
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[6:07] <ShorTie> there is a #arch-arm
[6:08] <McBride36> sweet, will ask there
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[6:09] <ShorTie> maybe compare the 2 cmdline.txt's too see what is different
[6:10] <ShorTie> or Mr.Google, i think there is a big long thread on it out there somwhere
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[6:10] <ShorTie> Mr. Google is your friend
[6:11] <McBride36> i'll need to get it booting up first
[6:11] <McBride36> but i'll do that
[6:11] <ShorTie> do you have any thing special on there not backed up ??
[6:12] <McBride36> thankfullly no
[6:12] <McBride36> this was an experiment due to it failing before
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[6:13] <ShorTie> maybe reinstall arch then, this script is from there howto it might help http://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/viewtopic.php?p=679457#p679457
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[6:33] <wilornel_> Hey guys! Just got a raspberrypi! It is fantastic!!!
[6:38] <Psybur> Did you get the pi 2?
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[7:45] <wilornel_> Psybur: No I got the Raspberry Pi B
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[7:46] <wilornel_> How do I hide the header showing the raspberry pi icon in the terminal when the X window manager is not started?
[7:46] <wilornel_> It hides the output of the manual page browser
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[7:55] <cyanide> there are 2 fpc connectors, one for camera, one for display
[7:55] <cyanide> what kind of display can be connected there?
[7:56] <wilornel_> Oh my god I think I just burned somthing in my raspberry pi :|. Got a 1/4 W LED connected to the 5.0V output and GND
[7:56] <cyanide> that would just burn out the led
[7:56] <cyanide> ffc connectors*
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[7:57] <McBride36> it's pretty hardy, wouldn't do anything to the pi
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[7:59] <wilornel_> Why did the FDX, LNK and 100 LEDs turn off when that happened?
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[8:00] <McBride36> is the pi operational?
[8:00] <wilornel_> yep!
[8:01] <wilornel_> It's strange though. The pi operates at 3.3V but it can output 5.0V ?
[8:01] <cyanide> does the 5v gpio pin go through a fuse?
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[8:01] <cyanide> wilornel_, the usb input is 5v
[8:01] <wilornel_> Nah I just made it go straight through the LED
[8:01] <cyanide> besides, it could be accomplished using a boost converter
[8:01] <wilornel_> Ah I see
[8:01] <wilornel_> Boost converter would mean "accumulate current" and then send it out, right?
[8:01] <cyanide> so you could do 5v from a 3.3v input regardless, just that in this case it is probably direct
[8:02] <cyanide> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boost_converter
[8:02] <McBride36> yeah but no reason to do that when you have a 5v pin availible
[8:03] <cyanide> yeah, but his question seemed like he didnt know you could do that. some more useless knowledge :)
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[8:05] <McBride36> anyone have some cool projects they're working on?
[8:06] <SpeedEvil> I'm making a fridge.
[8:07] <McBride36> how are you doing the cooling?
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[8:08] <wilornel_> Oh shit! My LED just exploded in my face!
[8:08] <SpeedEvil> Peltier - at 30C delta-T, they are not so bad.
[8:08] <SpeedEvil> liquid loop on both sides
[8:09] <wilornel_> What the hell
[8:09] <wilornel_> McBride36: Planning on writing a small kernel on that Pi later on
[8:09] <McBride36> wilornel_, http://led.linear1.org/1led.wiz
[8:09] <McBride36> any specific reason SpeedEvil? keeping the keg cool?
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[8:10] <SpeedEvil> My existing fridge has issues.
[8:10] <SpeedEvil> And uses too much power.
[8:11] <wilornel_> McBride36: All I know about that led is it is an LED 3R
[8:11] <wilornel_> What does the 3R mean?
[8:11] <SpeedEvil> wilornel_: What sort of LED. What does it look like.
[8:11] <wilornel_> And why did the first LED not explode like that?
[8:11] <wilornel_> It's a red LED
[8:11] <SpeedEvil> What did you do with it.
[8:11] <wilornel_> I connected it to 5Volts and GND...
[8:11] <wilornel_> But!
[8:12] <wilornel_> No I actually connected it in series with a 1/4 Watt resistor
[8:12] <SpeedEvil> Of what value?
[8:12] <wilornel_> At first that seemed to do the trick but then for some reason it exploded
[8:12] <wilornel_> LED 3R
[8:12] <wilornel_> It's red
[8:13] <SpeedEvil> you used a 3 ohm resistor?
[8:13] <McBride36> he didn't specify resistor value
[8:13] <wilornel_> On the bag of resistors it says: R 1/4 - 1
[8:13] <wilornel_> So I think it's a 1/4 Watt resistor
[8:13] <McBride36> what are the colors on the resistor
[8:14] <wilornel_> gold gold blue red
[8:14] <wilornel_> or more like bronze bronze blue red
[8:15] <SpeedEvil> Do you have a multimeter?
[8:15] <wilornel_> Not yet, planning on getting on
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[8:17] <wilornel_> The order of the colors on the resistor are not clear
[8:17] <wilornel_> is not clear*
[8:17] <wilornel_> There is not a color that is singled out on one side
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[8:17] <wilornel_> but it's a very cheap resistor, so I guess it's 260 ohms
[8:18] <SpeedEvil> That would be red blue brown
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[8:18] <McBride36> ^ my guess as well
[8:18] <wilornel_> so 1 resistor is not enough?
[8:18] <wilornel_> I'm trying it again with 2 of those
[8:19] <SpeedEvil> red blue gold gold could be 5% 2.6 ohms
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[8:20] <McBride36> wasn't even aware you could have gold/silver as the third band
[8:20] <SpeedEvil> silver is 10^-2
[8:20] <SpeedEvil> gold is 10^-1
[8:21] <SpeedEvil> black is 1
[8:21] <McBride36> yeah i'm seeing that now with this nifty resistor app
[8:22] <wilornel_> Alright well it seems by Pi stopped outputting 5V..
[8:22] <wilornel_> my Pi *
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[8:23] <McBride36> might be the best for your adventures right now
[8:23] <McBride36> but yeah, you should be at least using about 100 ohm, brown black brown
[8:23] <wilornel_> so one of the resistors I have should be enough
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[8:25] <wilornel_> Ach. Restarted the Pi and it still does not output 5Volts.. Did I break it?
[8:25] <wilornel_> Why did it not explode the first time where there were 0 resistors (the led just burned), and when there was 1 resistor, the LED didn't jsut burn, it exploded?
[8:26] <cyanide> what was the point?
[8:26] <wilornel_> Just to see if the GPIO was outputting anything
[8:27] <cyanide> ive never had an led explode on me
[8:27] <SpeedEvil> I strongly recommend you do not do anything involving connecting components until you get a multimeter and understand how to use it
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[8:28] <DropBear> where are you measuring for 5v? Thought the pi was 3.3v output on the gpio's
[8:28] <SpeedEvil> http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/DIGITAL-LCD-MULTIMETER-VOLTMETER-AMMETER-BUZZER-AC-DC-METER-OHM-CIRCUIT-TESTER-/131383083991?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_3&hash=item1e970ac3d7
[8:28] <wilornel_> Good idea
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[8:28] <McBride36> wilornel_, i also suggest reading something like this http://www.amazon.com/Getting-Started-Electronics-Forrest-Mims/dp/0945053282
[8:28] <wilornel_> DropBear: I connected the LED to the output pin of the GPIO that shows 5v0
[8:28] <McBride36> helped me a LOT when i first started
[8:28] <SpeedEvil> http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Digital-LCD-Multimeter-Ammeter-Voltmeter-Power-AC-DC-Meter-Voltage-Tester-/121112452327?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_3&hash=item1c32dd5ce7 even
[8:28] <McBride36> DropBear, there's 3.3 and 5v
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[8:29] <DropBear> ah
[8:29] <wilornel_> SpeedEvil: wow that's a great price
[8:29] <SpeedEvil> Is it an ideal meter - no.
[8:30] <SpeedEvil> Is it a hell of a lot better than none - yes
[8:30] <McBride36> it'll at least let you know if you're outputting something
[8:30] <McBride36> instead of having LED's blow up in your face
[8:30] <SpeedEvil> Or if a resistor is 2.6 or 260 ohms
[8:30] <wilornel_> Yeah, I need it I agree
[8:30] <McBride36> heh
[8:31] <wilornel_> Alright, purchasing one at my local store on Monday
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[8:31] <wilornel_> And I need some soldering tools
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[8:32] <McBride36> wilornel_, do you have a project in mind?
[8:33] <wilornel_> Well, on the electronics side not really
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[8:33] <wilornel_> I want to write a small kernel on the Pi
[8:33] <wilornel_> And learn a bit about electronics at the same time
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[8:33] <wilornel_> I have strong software knowledge but I know almost nothing about electronics
[8:34] <wilornel_> Ah! My adafruit Combler burned, I think that's why the LED wont turn on anymore
[8:34] <wilornel_> Cobbler*
[8:34] <wilornel_> Well, I think it burned
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[8:34] <McBride36> well, you won't need soldering tools for that quite yet
[8:34] <wilornel_> No wait. It's impossible for the Adafruit AND the LED to burn, right?
[8:35] <cyanide> nope
[8:35] <cyanide> but i dont see why that thing should burn, its just a breakout board
[8:35] <McBride36> it's got plastic on it
[8:35] <McBride36> i can't see 5v burning it though
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[8:36] <wilornel_> I did `modprobe i2c-dev; modprobe i2c-bcm2708`, the GPIO is connected fine
[8:36] <wilornel_> I have two resistors and a led in series and the whole thing goes from 5V to GND
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[8:37] <wilornel_> yeah, I need that Multimeter
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[8:37] <wilornel_> anyways, thanks a ton for the pointers guys!
[8:37] <McBride36> yeah, if you're unsure of what's gonna happen
[8:37] <McBride36> best not to connect it
[8:37] <McBride36> prime example: i connected 24 v to a ground rail
[8:38] <McBride36> thankfully, ididn't plug it in
[8:39] <wilornel_> How do you make sure you don't accidentally burn something? Do you just review your current setup and the effects of your step before every single step that you take when building?
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[8:42] <cyanide> yeah
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[8:45] <McBride36> yup, that's exactly it
[8:46] <McBride36> or you learn the hard way and mess up your parts
[8:46] <McBride36> but that's a lot harder on the wallet
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[9:30] <jgar0605> hey
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[9:31] <jgar0605> would anyone have some insight about forwarding audio from an a2dp connection to the 3.5mm jack, nothing has worked so far
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[9:33] <cyanide> what is the source and what is the output?
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[10:08] <Benguin> So, I've just upgraded from a model B rev 1, to a raspberrypi 2, is the tiny flickering green LED meant to be so dim? Not really an issue, just curious.
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[10:08] <Benguin> My old pi had like 4 really bright LEDs
[10:10] <Benguin> Hm it's much brighter during the bootup sequence so I guess it's the activity LED, and it's just blinking too quickly to be bright
[10:10] <Benguin> which is normal I guess
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[10:54] <Benguin> Should I be concerned that my pibow case doesn't have heat grills?
[10:54] <Benguin> er
[10:54] <Benguin> vents
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[10:56] <ShorTie> i'd say aslong as it's inside it should be ok
[10:56] <Stephini> if it does concern you a couple seconds witha dremmel could give you vents i'd think.
[10:58] <ShorTie> think i'd use a drill, or at least a drill bit in that dremmel
[10:59] <Benguin> It's just that my old case has vents, and all other cases I've seen have vents
[10:59] <Benguin> and I think the pibow used to have vents too
[10:59] <Benguin> I thought surely they were necessary, and isn't the pi 2 supposed to be more powerful? I'd expect it to generate only more heat, not less
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[11:21] <Stephini> ShorTie, I was thinking dremmel as he said slats. a drill wouldn't really be very efficient at making slats just holes. no?
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[11:25] <ShorTie> personaly, i've never made 'nice' l@@kin slots with a dremmel, i mean they are 'ok' but not real preaty, that is why i lean toward the drill thingy
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[11:27] <ShorTie> actually, i can make nicer l@@kin slot with a drill bit by rocking it back and forth and then using it like a endmill to clear out the middle
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[11:27] <ShorTie> much more control that way, imho
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[12:21] <Stephini> ShorTie, I can see that. Something I've been wanting to get is something like a jewelers saw. those things have always seemed fantastic for control. of course starting them is a big issue. unless you can like take the blade off the mounts and put it through a drill hole then remount it.
[12:22] <ShorTie> copping saw
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[12:22] <ShorTie> i think if you goto a hobby shop they might have smaller versions of them
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[12:25] <Stephini> did you mean coping or did i find the wrong thing?
[12:26] <ShorTie> ya
[12:27] <ShorTie> don't think i've ever spelled it, just have/know of them .. :/~
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[12:28] <Stephini> I'll have to look into that. should make modifying the NES to house the usb ports and HDMI plug easier.
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[12:30] <ShorTie> yup, drill the corners, then connect the dots like
[12:31] <ShorTie> don't think they make metal blades for them, but wood/plastic are fine
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[12:41] <ShorTie> old machinest thing, you always want at least 2 teeth of a saw blade on the object being cut, so for plastic cases i'd say you want the finest toothed blade
[12:41] <SpeedEvil> Or a thicker case.
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[12:41] * SpeedEvil is making a bandsaw. Fun.
[12:42] <ShorTie> and for straight cuts, a zona saw works better
[12:42] <ShorTie> zona saw = mini back saw blade
[12:43] <SpeedEvil> Well,for small holes in cases,one shouldn't underestimate a good stanley knife used with care
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[12:43] <ShorTie> yup, another option
[12:44] <ShorTie> can't cut it all at once, takes a few passes, but does work nicely
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[13:17] <ShorTie> interesting, dd if=/dev/zero of=test.img bs=1M count=500 iflag=fullblock
[13:17] <ShorTie> rpi B = 524288000 bytes (524 MB) copied, 41.0477 s, 12.8 MB/s generic c10
[13:17] <ShorTie> rPi2 = 524288000 bytes (524 MB) copied, 60.5602 s, 8.7 MB/s pi c6
[13:17] <ShorTie> unless it's the speed of the sdcard making the diff, 1 is a pi c6 other is some generic c10
[13:18] <CoJaBo> The sdcard probably matters more than anything else
[13:18] <CoJaBo> There's so many counterfeits that the c numbers are pretty solidly worthless.
[13:20] <ShorTie> true, but the way i read that from the #'s, your saying the pi sdcard is a counterfeit ??
[13:21] <ShorTie> just i sortta thought any thing over a c6 was like a waste of $$'s
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[13:40] <ShadowJK> C ratings are thoroughly useless when you use the card as OS drive too
[13:40] <clever> a log based filesystem may help improve write speeds though
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[13:42] <CoJaBo> ShorTie: I mean that there's no way to tell. It could be literally anything, not just what it says on the label.
[13:42] <ShorTie> i just found it interesting is all, sortta thought the rpi2 would be faster
[13:42] <CoJaBo> You could buy 2 of the same card and get radically different performance.
[13:42] <clever> swap the cards and re-run the same test
[13:42] <clever> see what happens
[13:42] <ShorTie> true true on the anything
[13:42] <CoJaBo> You need to run the test on the same card for it to be valid at all.
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[13:43] <ShorTie> generic 1 is a full size sdcard so sortta will not fit
[13:43] <CoJaBo> Get an adaptor for the micro and use that on both
[13:43] <ShorTie> thus is true, maybe different play later
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[13:44] <CoJaBo> I saw a blog post or something on making standard-to-micro adaptor once tho. that was amusing.
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[14:00] <Sonny_Jim> Hmm, is anyone in here using ws281x LEDs with their Pi?
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[14:05] <Sonny_Jim> Just wondered what sort of level shifter people use for interfacing with the GPIO
[14:09] * H__ uses a resistor divider for 2 inputs ....
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[14:10] <pksato> voltage divider works for most situations. i2c need more elaborated circuity.
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[14:13] <Sonny_Jim> Looking to use this library to drive them, so I guess I'll need something a bit more elaborate than just a couple of resistors:
[14:13] <Sonny_Jim> https://github.com/jgarff/rpi_ws281x
[14:23] <pksato> you can use any ttl logic as drivers.
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[14:25] <pksato> like 74LS244 bus driver
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[14:25] <pksato> flip-plop like 74LS374
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[14:54] <cyanide> I'm trying Kodi. Trying to mount my SMB share, it just wont accept my credentials.
[14:54] <cyanide> Just keeps coming back to the Lock Preferences for xyz screen.
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[14:55] <cyanide> Pi 2, latest OpenElec
[14:55] <cyanide> same share works off my other devices, iphone, macbook, etc
[14:56] <cyanide> the share is on a windows 8.1 machine and i'm using my microsoft account (email address, password)
[14:57] <cyanide> help?
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[15:03] <Sonny_Jim> pksato: You sure? Because if I run the ttl logic at 3.3v, then it won't recognise inputs?
[15:04] <Sonny_Jim> If I run it at 5v I run the risk of destroying the GPIO inputs
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[15:26] <DoctorD90> hi guys! just a little question: someone tells me that rpi, (instead of arduino) hasnt a real clock for signals. What this means? 0o ....it is just a little hole in my comprehension of both :P thx
[15:27] <Sonny_Jim> They might be referring to the lack of hardware clock
[15:27] <Sonny_Jim> Err, I forget the proper name for it
[15:27] <Sonny_Jim> It means it forgets the time after it's powered off
[15:27] <Sonny_Jim> So you have to rely on things like NTP to set the time
[15:28] <Sonny_Jim> RTC?
[15:28] <Bilby> There's no BIOS battery (or equivalent) so powering the pi off means it forgets the time
[15:28] <Bilby> yep
[15:28] <Sonny_Jim> https://www.modmypi.com/rasclock-raspberry-pi-real-time-clock-module
[15:28] <Sonny_Jim> If you don't have any network available, you can use something like this
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[15:29] <Bilby> hah, someone was in there the other day asking about keeping time on a non-networked pi, that would have been a good solution. I didn't even think about it
[15:30] <DoctorD90> ah, but this doesnt effect timing in signal output ?
[15:30] <Sonny_Jim> Not really
[15:30] <Sonny_Jim> It has a timing crystal
[15:30] <DoctorD90> if i code a signal output each 20ms, it will output signal every 20ms?
[15:30] <Sonny_Jim> Depending on how you code it, yes
[15:30] <Sonny_Jim> Remember that Linux isn't a realtime OS
[15:30] <DoctorD90> what do yo umean?
[15:30] <Bilby> You're talking about yeah that
[15:31] <Bilby> the RasPi doesn't have a proper PWM output, though it's pretty good at emulating one
[15:31] <Sonny_Jim> 20ms should be fine, it's when you start talking about microseconds is when Linux might not be up to the task, dependg on how you code it
[15:31] <Bilby> DoctorD90 - "realtime OS" means everything moves to the clock (in layman's terms).
[15:32] <Bilby> on the Raspi and most linux systems, background tasks and core processes can pre-empt your running program, so changes may be delayed as the system does other things
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[15:33] <Sonny_Jim> So the network code might take priority over your code, meaning it delays so you don't get exact timings
[15:33] <Sonny_Jim> But this is true for any non-realtime OS really
[15:33] <Sonny_Jim> And it's only when you start going below millisecond timings when you start running into problems
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[15:33] <Sonny_Jim> If you do, you can always use another microcontroller to handle that and pass the data to the Pi periodically
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[15:34] <DoctorD90> ah! so if i want a millisecond precision, rpi isnt good? rigth? i dont get the real clock parsing, but the OS parsing from clock,?
[15:34] <Sonny_Jim> The RTC is something different, it's for keeping system time
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[15:34] <DoctorD90> yes, it was what im was looking for, but that doeasnt what i aimed to :D
[15:35] <DoctorD90> the rtc is just for memory of time
[15:35] <Sonny_Jim> What do you plan to do with the Pi?
[15:35] <DoctorD90> the "realtime os" is what i was aimed to :D
[15:35] <leio> err, can't you run a realtime OS fine on a Pi? In fact, NOOBS has one
[15:35] <DoctorD90> ?? a realtime os??
[15:35] <DoctorD90> like? 0o
[15:35] <Sonny_Jim> Sure you can, but then you start losing then benefits of using Linux. It's a trade off
[15:36] <leio> yes, but I read from the discussiona bove that raspberry doesn't support realtime OS
[15:36] <Sonny_Jim> Well, I phrased it as "Linux isn't a realtime OS", but I get your point
[15:36] <leio> ok, nvm, you were specific about it being about linux, but got that impression with the discussion threads mixed up
[15:37] <Sonny_Jim> Also, bear in mind DoctorD90 that a microsecond is a lot smaller than a millisecond ;-)
[15:37] <leio> anyways, a realtime OS has huge caveats for achieving a very specific purpose you can't do with linux or the likes
[15:37] <Sonny_Jim> In fact I think there are kernel drivers that can do microsecond timings
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[15:43] <DoctorD90> ah ok :) so the point is that OS may lag the clock speed and start task after X time.....instead board like arduino, that take "directly" the clock speed are more precised :) ok :) th guys :) now it is much clear :)
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[15:44] <Sonny_Jim> Yeah, because the arduino hasn't got any background tasks it's working on
[15:45] <mortal> why does increasing gpu memory make the xorg run faster
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[15:46] <Sonny_Jim> Because it can keep data in GPU memory instead of normal memory/swap at a guess
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[15:49] <autrilla> What's the point of the compute module?
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[15:49] <DoctorD90> Sonny_Jim, maybe i can ask you too ..... im using another linux distro than raspbian, (debian based). I have red that to use extarnal hdd (not powered like hdd2,5") i can increase amper from usb changing in config.txt.....in my distro cnfig.txt file there isnt the config line to this. can i add without problem?
[15:49] <plugwash> yes
[15:50] <Sonny_Jim> autrilla: I think the original point was so you could offload tasks to that instead of running them on the Pi CPU, but I haven't looked at it that closely
[15:50] <autrilla> But it costs more than a pi
[15:50] <autrilla> you could just buy another pi
[15:50] <davanger> anyone using icing2 with the new pi2?
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[15:53] <Bilby> autrilla it's designed for companies designing using the Pi concept in production designs and for space-constrained experimentation
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[15:55] <day> does anyone know a guide that explaines how to port distributions to an embedded platform like the raspberry?
[15:56] <leio> mortal: I don't think increasing GPU memory beyond framebuffer needs should increase it much or at all for fbdev/fbturbo usages?
[15:56] <day> explains*
[15:56] <leio> raspberry is not very embedded in the traditional sense..
[15:56] <day> im not quite sure how 'embedded' is defined
[15:56] <davanger> best distro for raps is raspbian
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[15:57] <Sonny_Jim> leio: Well, if you are doing 3D stuff, then the textures will be held in GPU memory
[15:57] <davanger> if you want to compile your own packages you need to look into cross compiling
[15:57] <Sonny_Jim> It depends if xorg uses the GPU to hold window contents as textures
[15:58] <day> im not questioning if its the best or not. i just want to try it
[15:58] <leio> me neither, but it's pretty much just a general purpose computer with extra GPIOs and some i2c and DSI stuff brought out
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[15:58] <leio> davanger: no, you don't HAVE to do that. You can.
[15:58] <Sonny_Jim> Can you use the DSI port for anything yet?
[15:58] <Sonny_Jim> Apart from the camera module?
[16:00] <davanger> i don't HAVe to brush my teeth everyday but I do...
[16:00] <DoctorD90> davanger, is not true......im running a non-raspbian os, and it runs maybe better than raspbian :D ...i dont know how and why xD my only prlblemm is the Amper of usb xD
[16:01] <davanger> maybe and don't know how...
[16:01] <davanger> lol
[16:02] <leio> raspbian has way too outdated software for my needs
[16:02] <mortal> try jessie
[16:02] <davanger> comprehensible
[16:02] <leio> same thing, as far as I'm concerned :)
[16:03] <mortal> arch
[16:03] <Akagi201> https://gist.github.com/Akagi201/8d019e54bf7650dc7fab I run raspbian on pi2, I often got kernel panic. why is that?
[16:04] <davanger> i received my on thursday and been using it with out any problems
[16:04] <davanger> mine*
[16:04] <mortal> pi2 is good
[16:04] <mortal> running debian on it
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[16:04] <davanger> dpi-update?
[16:04] <davanger> rpi-update
[16:05] <davanger> icinga2 is crashing every once in a while
[16:05] <davanger> but its the only app failing
[16:05] <day> i guess this will do http://www.intestinate.com/pilfs/guide.html
[16:05] <davanger> daemon i mean
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[16:06] <Akagi201> I may try gentoo later. But I want to play with pi quickly.
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[16:08] <Akagi201> davanger: What does rpi-update do?
[16:08] <Akagi201> I am running it.
[16:08] <davanger> update the firmware and kernel
[16:08] <davanger> but i think is raspbian only...
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[16:09] <Akagi201> davanger: how much time does it take?
[16:09] <davanger> dependes on your connection
[16:09] <Akagi201> in an hour?
[16:09] <davanger> downloads like 180mb file from internet
[16:09] <davanger> i think
[16:11] <Sonny_Jim> There's gentoo on the Pi now? O_o
[16:11] <Akagi201> davanger: very quick. already finished now. I will try again. Does it reserve my last config files?
[16:11] <davanger> you can use dpi-update to downgrade
[16:12] <Akagi201> seems it backup my config
[16:12] <davanger> rpi*
[16:12] <Akagi201> got it
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[16:15] <yehnan> I just found out there is Raspbian Repository Mirrors ( http://www.raspbian.org/RaspbianMirrors ), how do I add one mirror to /etc/apt/sources.list to speed up?
[16:15] <leio> Sonny_Jim: huh, now?
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[16:16] <leio> Akagi201: I run gentoo
[16:16] <Sonny_Jim> Is Gentoo still source based?
[16:16] <Akagi201> leio: Does it miss some tools which raspbian has?
[16:17] <leio> such as?
[16:17] <Akagi201> like driver
[16:17] <Akagi201> I must use camera
[16:17] <leio> yes, there is raspberrypi-userland package
[16:17] <Akagi201> Does gentoo on pi support it
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[16:18] <Akagi201> leio: Is there a *.img for gentoo
[16:18] <leio> gentoo it gentoo, you take a stage3 and go from there
[16:18] <leio> is*
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[16:20] <cyanide> gentoo is love, gentoo is life
[16:20] <Akagi201> leio: Does it have some small problems?
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[16:20] <Akagi201> yeah. I love gentoo too. the linux on my mac and linode are all gentoo.
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[16:21] <leio> well, dunno, help me identify those problems, so we can fix them
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[16:23] <cyanide> any pre-made binaries for gentoo?
[16:23] <cyanide> i mean, for various packages
[16:23] <Sonny_Jim> I just couldn't see myself waiting to compile things from source on the Pi
[16:24] <cyanide> heh, have a distcc cluster of model as
[16:24] <leio> for example glibc takes only 1h46 now on RPi2, without overclocking and over slower USB SSD (compared to tmpfs with swap backing, which I didn't set up yet there)
[16:24] <leio> will retry with distcc soon enough
[16:25] <leio> gcc was 4h38 native only; rpi2 it was over 2 days
[16:25] <leio> err, rpi1 was ove 2 days
[16:25] <cyanide> leio, pre-made binary packages for rpi in portage?
[16:25] <mortal> leio: you waited that long?
[16:25] <leio> no, I slept.
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[16:27] <Akagi201> leio: ==, so how long can I install gentoo on a new pi2?
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[16:27] <Akagi201> 2days?
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[16:31] <Akagi201> leio: I see your name on http://wiki.gentoo.org/wiki/Embedded/ARM_hardware_in_gentoo-embedded_IRC_channel
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[16:33] <leio> Akagi201: dunno, I don't measure that; just setting things up in the background. The end goal is a tiny image from binary packages
[16:34] <leio> including Xorg or wayland and accelerated video
[16:34] <leio> and webkit
[16:35] <Akagi201> You add too many things
[16:35] <leio> huh? :D
[16:35] <Akagi201> I will not add graphic interface
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[16:36] <leio> well, then it's just a arm system really, nothing special
[16:36] <leio> that would need specific packages packaged or whatnot
[16:36] <Akagi201> I always play with pi via a serial console
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[16:39] <Sonny_Jim> yeah, for me gentoo on the Pi doesn't make much sense. On a PC platform, sure, as there's a lot of hardware variances you can cater for
[16:39] <Sonny_Jim> Every Pi is exactly the same, so it seems kinda pointless
[16:41] <leio> my result shall be used on hundreds of Pi's, so well, yeah :D
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[16:41] <Sonny_Jim> My original point stands
[16:41] <leio> so that's the distro I know, and I get -mfpu=neon-vfpv4 and the likes for free
[16:41] <Psybur> Sonny_Jim, not every pi is the same. arm6 vs arm7 for example
[16:41] <Sonny_Jim> But, use what you like, that's the beauty of Linux ;-)
[16:42] <tchiwam> Hello, trying to build a kit for kids 10-20 years old, I need a keyboard, a display, keyboard, breadboard all for about 100$ ... any possibilities ?
[16:42] <Psybur> I had to change a makefile recently to account for that.
[16:42] <PovAddict> tchiwam: two keyboards? :)
[16:42] <tchiwam> Nah, morning typos ...
[16:42] <PovAddict> mornings suck
[16:43] <tchiwam> Nah, sunny and pretty :)
[16:44] <PovAddict> do you need the raspberry pi in the $100 too?
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[16:45] <tchiwam> If possible yeah, the community here is not very rich, low income area.
[16:45] * ukgamer|away is now known as ukgamer
[16:46] <tchiwam> we have >20 kids interested, I hope to keep 30%, and the goal is to give them the kits to bring home. No need for wifi or network. 4GB card is enough.
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[16:46] <tchiwam> Ill be taking the extra from my pocket...
[16:47] <tchiwam> http://www.amazon.com/HDE-Portable-Flexible-Waterproof-Silicone/dp/B00EOT2HWM/ref=lh_ni_t?ie=UTF8&psc=1&smid=A3V6BK4D0HKA8F <- The keyboard I want , if it's working well
[16:48] <plugwash> displays/keyboards/mice wise i'd have a look round to see if anyone is throwing anything out. At least round here people are practically giving away used 1280x1024 monitors with DVI
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[16:48] <tchiwam> Then I'd need them shipped to Greenland...
[16:48] <PovAddict> plugwash: I'm using my rpi with a 1280x1024 monitor with VGA :<
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[16:49] <plugwash> PovAddict, the trouble with VGA monitors is that HDMI-VGA converters are kinda pricey
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[16:50] <tchiwam> yup, the cheapest display I found is a kit at about 47$
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[16:51] <plugwash> paying a few bucks more for a used DVI monitor over a used VGA monitor is worth it because HDMI-DVI cables/adaptors are a heck of lot cheaper than HDMI to VGA converters
[16:51] <PovAddict> HDMI-DVI is passive, right?
[16:51] <plugwash> right
[16:51] <plugwash> hence cheap
[16:51] <PovAddict> my HDMI-VGA converter is also a bit unreliable
[16:52] <PovAddict> it takes a few minutes to start working, I think the rpi doesn't give it enough power
[16:52] <tchiwam> Some of them have TV with HDMI inputs, so it's a good thing and the place where it will be done have a FullHD TV, I plan to use for the lessons.
[16:52] <leio> config.txt can increase the power
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[16:53] <leio> safe_mode_gpio=4
[16:53] <leio> iirc
[16:53] <PovAddict> leio: if I don't increase the power in config.txt, it NEVER starts up
[16:54] <leio> right, so another issue; needs active adapter, which might not get enough power
[16:54] <PovAddict> yup
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[16:55] <plugwash> any sed experts arround to tell me what i'm doing wrong with
[16:55] <plugwash> root@odroidu2:/raspberrypi-firmware-nokernel-1.20141219# sed -i 's/raspberrypi-bootloader\./raspberrypi/bootloader-nokernel\./' debian/gen_bootloader_postinst_preinst.sh
[16:55] <plugwash> sed: -e expression #1, char 40: unknown option to `s'
[16:55] <plugwash> root@odroidu2:/raspberrypi-firmware-nokernel-1.20141219#
[16:55] <PovAddict> plugwash: you need to escape slashes, otherwise it's ambiguous what you want to do, even I am not sure what you're trying to replace with what
[16:56] <PovAddict> s/foo/bar/ if 'foo' or 'bar' contain a slash, you need to escape them
[16:56] <plugwash> i'm trying to replace raspberrypi-bootloader. (including the dot)
[16:56] <pksato> raspberrypi-bootloader. to raspberrypi/bootloader-nokernel. ?
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[16:57] <PovAddict> 's/raspberrypi-bootloader\./raspberrypi\/bootloader-nokernel\./'
[16:57] <PovAddict> oh oh
[16:57] <PovAddict> you could also use a different separator
[16:57] <plugwash> DOH thanks for pointing out that my typo didn't have anything to do with what I thought the problem was
[16:58] <PovAddict> 's!raspberrypi-bootloader\.!raspberrypi/bootloader-nokernel\.!' works too iirc
[16:58] <plugwash> I thought the "." was magic and escaped it but I completely missed that I had a "/" where I should have had a "-" in the replacement string
[16:59] <PovAddict> the . in the first part is magic, it means 'any character'
[16:59] <plugwash> so am I escaping it correctly?
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[17:04] <PovAddict> yes, but as you said that wasn't your problem :)
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[17:04] <plugwash> well it wasn't the cause of my error message
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[17:04] <plugwash> I thought I was somehow escaping it incorrectly or something
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[17:12] <hegemoOn> hello someone can point me a good online shop
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[17:12] <hegemoOn> which sells rasp pi 2 at correct price ?
[17:12] <PovAddict> define "correct"
[17:12] <hegemoOn> amazon sells it at 54 euros
[17:13] <hegemoOn> while it is officially $35 (~30 euros)
[17:13] <PovAddict> supply and demand :)
[17:13] <plugwash> however note that the "official" price was always meant to exclude VAT and delivery
[17:14] <plugwash> where are you?
[17:14] <hegemoOn> France
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[17:14] <hegemoOn> or may be i will wait
[17:14] <hegemoOn> 6 months
[17:14] <hegemoOn> :)
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[17:21] <tchiwam> I can chop this down to 29$ for the display using composite 7"
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[17:33] <MY123> Why is the default VCore of an RPi2 1,3V?
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[17:44] <Bilby> MY123 is that not the default core voltage for an ARM6?
[17:45] <MY123> Bilby: The voltage is determined by the manufacturing process, not by the CPU( which is a Cortex-A7,not an Acorn ARM6)
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[17:47] <leio> gah, who broke mmal in userland git
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[17:52] <Bilby> MY123 ah. Perhaps the voltage was selected to keep the current within the USB specifications?
[17:52] <MY123> Bilby, but is only 1,2V on a Pi1
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[18:03] <Bilby> Oh, I didn't see that you said the Pi 2. Hmm... it could still be a current constraint issue. the Pi 2 has the power section from the + variants of the 1, which are more efficient
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[18:05] <MY123> Bilby: The Pi2 has a different power module, hence the " Xenon Death Flash Bug"
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[18:07] * Bilby really needs to read some of the documentation out there <_<
[18:08] <Bilby> I'm going to amend that to "Man I have no idea"
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[18:10] <tchiwam> 128$, display, rpi, breadboard, keyboard, mouse, lm393, adc0832, sensors, stepper motor power supply for all... missing the plug for the C-video
[18:11] <tchiwam> This is powering it by the 40pin ribbon :) saving the micro usb power cable
[18:11] <PovAddict> that's possible?
[18:12] <MY123> PovAddict: Yes
[18:12] <PovAddict> it will bypass the fuse, right?
[18:12] <MY123> PovAddict, true
[18:13] <tchiwam> And return 3.3V for the logic...
[18:13] <tchiwam> 12V 2A power the display -> LM7805 -> Rpi -> 3.3V
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[18:14] <tchiwam> Planing to put all of this in the cover of a shoebox Ill try to get from the local shop
[18:15] <PovAddict> how will you connect the GPIO to the breadboard?
[18:16] <tchiwam> https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1Dn-kdsJWzk_mtuNJaxeXkSM0CfHb3rsltglNn5WC3Jc/edit?usp=sharing
[18:16] <tchiwam> PovAddict: 40pin ribbon cable with pin through adapter, about 3$ + bread board 6$
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[18:17] <pr0t> I was interested in building a drone using a raspberry pi and thought you folks might be able to give me some tips.
[18:17] <tchiwam> I want to add a fuse and a "power" switch
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[18:19] <ShorTie> buck converrter would be alot more efficient the lm7805 which will get real hot and is onlt rated at 1amp
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[18:19] <tchiwam> Yeah I know, How much will it cost is the question...
[18:20] <ShorTie> cheaper then lm7805 off of ebay
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[18:21] <tchiwam> Less than 2$ /unit ?
[18:21] <ShorTie> buck converter is rated at like 3amps too...
[18:21] <tchiwam> 1amp is plenty... I am expecting a lot of smoke in those classes
[18:22] <ShorTie> some where around there, depends on how many you buy really
[18:22] <tchiwam> Let's see
[18:22] <ShorTie> think i got 10 for less then 15 bucks
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[18:23] <tchiwam> 0.77$ , LM2596 yup, thanks
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[18:40] <tchiwam> Only one good question here... why not having a mic input ???
[18:41] <MY123> tchiwam: not supported by the SoC
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[18:42] <tchiwam> it was a retorical question :) worst case Ill go for a spi or i2c adc
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[18:44] <PovAddict> tchiwam: there are also USB soundcards :) but probably outside your price range
[18:44] <tchiwam> yup
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[18:44] <tchiwam> The kids were super curious yesterday, but the budget is tight...
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[19:18] <nirokato> I'm trying to compile the latest node.js on Raspbian so I can spin up the Ghost blogging platform. I'm getting the following error: http://pastebin.com/DPxb4rX2
[19:19] <nirokato> There is a Gentoo bug that has the same error for hardened systems, but I don't think that's applicable because this is a bog standard install of Raspbian.
[19:20] <nirokato> Anyone care to take a look? I'm fairly new at compiling software, so it's possible I've not followed instructions correctly, or the instructions I'm following may be incorrect or old. I'm using this article to do the build: http://www.howtoinstallghost.com/how-to-install-ghost-on-a-raspberry-pi/
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[19:24] <nirokato> I performed the instructions as the default user (pi) from its home directory. I snipped the path in the pastebin because I wouldn't have found any google results since the path to the build directory would be unique.
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[19:37] <chipmadness> whats up guys
[19:38] <chipmadness> is anyone here familiar with the negative 16x2 adafruit lcd display?
[19:38] <chipmadness> is there a manual online on how to put it together?
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[19:48] <nirokato> chipmadness: is it the RGB negative 16x2?
[19:49] <nirokato> I would start here: https://learn.adafruit.com/character-lcds
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[19:50] <nirokato> I have to step out for several hours, I'll check back to see if anyone has a tip regarding compiling node.js on Raspbian. Thanks in advance!
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[20:00] <asmod4n> Is there work being done to resolve the highmem issues with the rpi2?
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[20:04] <shaun413> hello!
[20:04] <shaun413> im looking to get a pi2.0
[20:05] <shaun413> whats the best place to buy, and what should I get with it
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[20:11] <seitensei> shaun413: Where are you located?
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[20:25] <newke> hello. im testing my new pi 2. cant use pifm to transmit fm waves. i do everything instruction says, but when i ./pifm sound.wav 100.0 program looks like running, but nothing really happens. is it possible that its because pi2 has 40 gpio pins?
[20:26] <newke> i sudo ./pifm
[20:26] <newke> nothing
[20:27] <shaun413> seitensei, USA
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[20:35] <bleki_one> hi guys I just started my adventure with raspberry pi and I need a bit of help
[20:36] <bleki_one> i mean i need help with ssh server
[20:36] <bleki_one> I connect remotely to raspberry pi via ssh server
[20:37] <bleki_one> my pi is connected to display monitor and what i want to do is to display on pi monitor what I type remotely
[20:39] <bleki_one> i hope i wrote it clear to understand
[20:41] <newke> im getting error while trying to gcc compile pifm.c
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[20:41] <ShorTie> sounds more like vnc then ssh
[20:42] <bleki_one> so i should connect by vnc?
[20:42] <bleki_one> im not advanced user of linux nor raspberry pi
[20:42] <newke> http://codepad.org/uTHAIvCC
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[20:44] <McBride36> bleki_one, CLI or GUI?
[20:44] <McBride36> if CLI you can just use tmux and go in the same session
[20:45] <bleki_one> CLI
[20:45] <bleki_one> no need for GUI now
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[20:45] <McBride36> yeah, tmux should suit your needs
[20:46] <bleki_one> tmux, ok I try it, thx
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[20:48] <Sonny_Jim> newke: There's a few different versions of PiFM
[20:48] <Sonny_Jim> Try one of the later ones
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[20:52] <qiau> should I get any visual on the HDMI port when powering the Pi2 without SD-card?.. I suspect mine is broken :(
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[20:54] <Joefish> nope
[20:54] <qiau> so it might just be the SD that's not working.. hm
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[20:57] <chipmadness> whats up people
[21:01] <bleki_one> McBride36, I install tmux on pi but IDK what to do next to be honest, I read tmux manula but still no clue
[21:01] <libc> bleki_one: what do you want to do?
[21:02] <bleki_one> I'm connected remotely to my pi via ssh, my pi is connected to screen and i want to display what I type into my remote terminal on pi screen
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[21:03] <bleki_one> hope i'm clear enough
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[21:03] <bleki_one> i was adviced by McBride36 to use tmux but i have no clue how it can help me
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[21:05] <bleki_one> libc, i tried to google as it doesn't look like something uncommon but probably IDK what to ask for
[21:05] <libc> have you tried logging into the tty hooked up to the display and attaching to the tmux session?
[21:06] <bleki_one> oh man I'm noob for linux
[21:06] <libc> I'm not sure if that would work but it's the first thing I'd try
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[21:06] <bleki_one> I use it more like windows now
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[21:06] <libc> so you're logged into the pi remotely right?
[21:06] <bleki_one> yes
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[21:06] <bleki_one> i have full acces to it
[21:07] <libc> do you have a keyboard and display plugged into the pi itself?
[21:07] <bleki_one> no
[21:07] <bleki_one> but I can do it
[21:07] <bleki_one> if that helps
[21:07] <bleki_one> well no keyboard but display yes
[21:08] <libc> well isn't the goal to have your terminal session displayed on another screen?
[21:09] <bleki_one> i try to impress my daughter to show her that I control pi remotely and I want to show her that what I type on my laptop is displayed on TV which is connected to pi
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[21:10] <bleki_one> now what i have on TV screen is prompt: raspberrypi login:
[21:10] <seitensei> bleki_one: Sounds like what you're doing is like remote pairing
[21:10] <seitensei> http://www.zeespencer.com/building-a-remote-pairing-setup/
[21:11] <seitensei> instead of remote server, should be your pi
[21:11] <bleki_one> could be but I'm not advanced linux user
[21:11] <Jusii> well you can do: echo "your dad is a nerd" >/dev/tty1
[21:12] <Twist-> bleki_one: Can you momentarily connect a keyboard to the Pi to set up the local tmux session?
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[21:13] <bleki_one> yes
[21:13] <Twist-> bleki_one: This can be automated, but you'll need to understand more about how the system works before you can do that. If you want to meet your goal in the next few minutes.. grab a keyboard.
[21:13] <bleki_one> ok
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[21:13] <Twist-> And have you installed tmux yet?
[21:13] <bleki_one> done
[21:14] <bleki_one> tmux is installed already
[21:14] <Twist-> righto. Are you logged into the Pi with the same user account both at the console and via ssh?
[21:15] <bleki_one> yes
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[21:16] <Twist-> Okay. On the local console (the keyboard attached to the Pi) do:
[21:16] <Twist-> tmux new -s dadspace
[21:17] <Twist-> this should spawn a new terminal.. perhaps with a green status bar at the bottom of the screen. It won't look like much happened.
[21:17] <bleki_one> yes
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[21:17] <bleki_one> this is tmux terminal kind of
[21:17] <Twist-> Now on the remote session (your SSH connection) do:
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[21:18] <Twist-> tmux attach -t dadspace
[21:18] <bleki_one> wow you rock Twist-
[21:19] <Twist-> there is no step three.
[21:19] <bleki_one> that is what I want
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[21:19] <bleki_one> thank you
[21:19] <bleki_one> so simple if you know what you want to do
[21:19] <McBride36> tmux is the best
[21:20] <ali1234> clever: do you think dispmanx could be persuaded to drive an SPI display?
[21:20] <clever> ali1234: not sure about SPI, but i believe thats what SMI is for
[21:20] <Twist-> bleki_one: Yeah. And knowing those commands will help you research more effectively.
[21:20] <clever> if i remember correctly, its a 24bit wide external memory interface
[21:20] <Twist-> bleki_one: do you know about 'man pages' yet?
[21:20] <clever> for driving LCD's
[21:20] <bleki_one> yes
[21:21] <bleki_one> i read quickly trough tmux man but i couldnt find sollution
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[21:21] <ali1234> clever: dispmanx is one of those fancy mobile compositors that doesn't have a framebuffer right? it just writes the composited pixels directly into something else... such as a pixel valve
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[21:22] <thescatman_> Finally... connecting to this chammel is painful
[21:22] <ali1234> if it can be persuaded to write into the SPI buffers it should be possible to do this
[21:22] <Twist-> bleki_one: Yeah. tmux is extremely powerful.. probably more than you need for that simple goal.
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[21:22] <Twist-> https://danielmiessler.com/study/tmux/
[21:23] <Twist-> there are plenty of tutorials around. Once you know which command you want to use, you can look up the details in the man page.
[21:23] <Twist-> bleki_one: this pattern will repeat for almost everything you want to learn about linux.
[21:24] <bleki_one> Twist- I dont really need it, but when I tried to explain to my 10yrs old daughter what is pi and what mean remote control it, then I tought that show her that what I type on laptop will be displayed on TV would work best
[21:24] <McBride36> bleki_one, http://www.dayid.org/os/notes/tm.html
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[21:24] <McBride36> that's the cheat sheet i use for tmux
[21:24] <bleki_one> thx guys
[21:24] <thescatman_> Does anyone know how to actually display what the camera is viewing on the Pi, on the pi?
[21:25] <Twist-> bleki_one: when you decide you want to do this same thing for a graphical interface, VNC will be the relevant tool.
[21:25] <thescatman_> I can't find any command to do it, without recording or taking a picture
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[21:25] <bleki_one> :) is my 1st day with pi
[21:25] <bleki_one> so much to explore and learn
[21:26] <McBride36> Twist-, VNC is so slow, never been a fan of it
[21:26] <ali1234> https://github.com/msperl/rpi-registers/blob/master/md/Region_SCALER.md looks like the hardware registers for the compositor?
[21:26] <thescatman_> bleki_one: you just got the pi 2?
[21:27] <bleki_one> nah the pi b+
[21:27] <thescatman_> aww
[21:27] <bleki_one> i bought it like month ago but had no time to try
[21:27] <thescatman_> Install quake 3 on it :D
[21:27] <bleki_one> :) we plan to make lan party on my uni
[21:28] <bleki_one> i'm 1st year CS student
[21:28] <thescatman_> nice simple way to learn some console commands etc
[21:28] <thescatman_> So am I
[21:28] <Twist-> McBride36: Do you have a preferred alternative?
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[21:28] <McBride36> Twist-, for GUI? no but i don't really use the rpi if i want a GUI
[21:28] <thescatman_> Does anyone know how to actually display what the camera is viewing on the Pi, on the pi? I can't find any command to do it, without recording or taking a picture
[21:28] <bleki_one> thescatman_: do you think B+ will manage to run Quake server?
[21:29] <Twist-> McBride36: Heh. I make that argument for unix as a whole.
[21:29] <thescatman_> bleki_one: I reckon it should be able to...
[21:29] <thescatman_> I haven't run quake 3 on the old pi, only on the pi 2. the pi 2 is WAY more powerful though so I don't know
[21:29] <Wec> thescatman_ You could stream it and then open the stream on the Pi
[21:29] <thescatman_> ohai Wec
[21:30] <Wec> o/
[21:30] <thescatman_> that seems a little counterintuitive
[21:30] <ali1234> thescatman_: raspistill -t 0
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[21:30] <thescatman_> Ah why didn't I think of that
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[21:35] <bleki_one> thescatman_: I know, in some tasks performance is 6x better
[21:36] <thescatman_> more like 20* I've found lol.
[21:36] <thescatman_> average is ~7 times faster, depends what you're doing
[21:36] <thescatman_> but man, it's actually usable as a PC. I'm still amazed.
[21:37] <thescatman_> ali1234: How do I close it? :|
[21:37] <ali1234> ctrl-c
[21:37] <ali1234> it draws in an overlay so whatever is behind it, console or X, is still working as normal
[21:38] <thescatman_> oh, I alt+f4'd the overlay a second ago trying to close it lol
[21:38] <thescatman_> console*
[21:38] <clever> alt+f4 switches to tty4
[21:38] <clever> where the app isnt running
[21:38] <clever> alt+f1 to get back to the default one, then ctrl+c
[21:38] <thescatman_> Got it. cheers :)
[21:39] <clever> by default, tty1 thru tty6 have login prompts, and you can switch with alt+f1 thru alt+f6
[21:39] <clever> giving you 6 shells without the use of screen/tmux
[21:39] <clever> tty7 and alt+f7 is usualy xorg
[21:39] <clever> and xorg eats the alt comboes, so you cant leave it with alt+f4 or alt+f1
[21:40] <clever> you have to upgrade to ctrl+alt+f1 thru f6 to escape and get back to console
[21:40] <clever> though ive never tried that on a pi, it should probly work the same as desktop
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[21:40] <thescatman_> uh... ok
[21:40] <ali1234> you can also use "chvt" command to do it from shell script
[21:41] <clever> i have used that over ssh when the video card was hosed
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[21:52] <genewitch> clever: ctrl-alt-F# works even if xorg isn't installed
[21:53] <genewitch> so you can just use that forever
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[21:53] <genewitch> in fact i didn't even know alt-F# would work haha
[21:54] <clever> yep, its just me being last and skipping ctrl when i can
[21:54] <clever> there is also a combo somewhere to get to tty's above 12
[21:54] <clever> and to shift up/down by one
[21:54] <clever> so you could run 40 tty at once
[21:54] <clever> but now screen makes most of that useless
[21:55] <thescatman_> How long until I won't have to google most of the words you are saying? lmao
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[21:56] <clever> until the day you become a pro!
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[21:57] <cyanide> anyone with experience of running a >=5" tft off the gpio pins?
[21:58] <PovAddict> I need an interesting project, blinking LEDs is only fun for so much time
[21:58] <ali1234> PovAddict: make a lithium ion battery power supply with charging/protection/monitoring
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[21:59] <Sonny_Jim> Make a POV display?
[21:59] <clever> ali1234: already did that here
[21:59] <ali1234> clever: oh really?
[21:59] <PovAddict> I tried running povray on the pi1, was worth a laugh :P
[21:59] <clever> ali1234: http://gallery.earthtools.ca/index.py/lipo/vcell.png
[21:59] <ali1234> what solution did you use for getting battery voltage and current?
[21:59] <clever> ali1234: it had snmp support, so i could graph the battery over wifi
[22:00] <thescatman_> it's not dangerous to run the pi 2 with 1A input is it
[22:00] <thescatman_> it seems to run as well as on 2A
[22:00] <ali1234> thescatman_: input current is only a maximum rating
[22:00] <clever> ali1234: https://www.sparkfun.com/wish_lists/66243
[22:00] <clever> ali1234: main issue, the i2c battery guage used vbat for i2c pullup
[22:00] <clever> which would have messed with the pi
[22:00] <clever> so i had to cut a trace on the board
[22:00] <cyanide> thescatman_, that is just the maximum current that the source can supply
[22:00] <cyanide> doesn't mean the pi will suck it all in
[22:01] <thescatman_> ah ok
[22:01] <ali1234> clever: so you used the MAX17043... how did you get current?
[22:01] <thescatman_> But I assume the worst that can happen with less than enough power would be a shutdown on load / boot and sd corruption
[22:02] <ali1234> thescatman_: yes. but the pi itself doesn't use more than 1A so it depends what else you have connected
[22:02] <clever> ali1234: no current figures, just voltage and the estimated battery level
[22:02] <ali1234> clever: i want to know current draw as well (and not just an average over time)
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[22:02] <clever> http://gallery.earthtools.ca/index.py/lipo/soc.png
[22:02] <clever> the MAX17043's idea of battery fill percentage
[22:02] <clever> with the pi idling on wifi
[22:03] <clever> way more linear then the voltage graph
[22:03] <ali1234> i want to detect if the motors stall and draw too much current :)
[22:03] <clever> ah, i would put dedicated sense resistors on the motor driver
[22:03] <clever> not at the lipo/pi end of the supply
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[22:04] <ali1234> this is my idea so far http://imgur.com/HM1tQ64
[22:04] <ali1234> but i am not sure if AREF/AVCC is allowed to be above VCC
[22:04] <ali1234> and i don't think there even is an AGND
[22:05] <clever> that reminds me
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[22:05] <clever> i have made the pi measure its own power supply before
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[22:05] <clever> the pi has an internal ~1.2v reference, normal diode drop
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[22:05] <clever> i took the 12v input (pre-regulator) and ran it into a divider, to get it under the reference
[22:05] <clever> then samples that
[22:06] <clever> i believe its currently setup to measure the post-regulator point
[22:06] <clever> "2015-02-14 17:05:51 bedroom temp: 22.38c(72.28f), kitchen: 23.25c(73.85f), living room: 21.50c(70.70f), outdoor: -15.50c(4.10f) VCC: over 4.5 volts portb: 00000000"
[22:06] <ali1234> how, when the pi has no ADC?
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[22:06] <clever> and the calibration maxes out at 4.5v
[22:06] <clever> this is a bare avr chip on a breadboard
[22:06] <clever> made it before i got the pi
[22:06] <clever> oh, typo above, meant to say avr
[22:06] <ali1234> oh you meant AVR not pi :)
[22:07] <clever> been awake too long
[22:07] <ali1234> fair enough
[22:07] <clever> 25 hours i think
[22:07] <ali1234> so does my circuit look vaguely reasonable?
[22:07] * PovAddict throws a cushion at clever
[22:07] <clever> ali1234: is there a reason you need to measure ADC things above 3.3?
[22:07] <ali1234> well the battery could be 4.2v
[22:07] <ali1234> but i guess i could use a divider
[22:07] <clever> yep
[22:08] <clever> thats how i'm measuring the 5v rail with the internal ~1.2 reference
[22:08] <ali1234> i never tried to do anything like this before, i am learning as i go
[22:08] <clever> originaly, i was being silly and ran the entire project on supercaps
[22:08] <clever> and i wanted to see how the voltage dropped
[22:08] <clever> the caps have since been removed, the code hasnt
[22:09] <ali1234> if i use the internal reference, what do i do with AVCC?
[22:09] <clever> avcc still has to be tied to vcc, i believe it always has to be there
[22:09] <ali1234> okay
[22:09] <clever> but avcc is present so you can add extra filtering, to keep the analog supply noise free
[22:09] <clever> to keep all the digital logic noise out of the adc
[22:09] <ali1234> i see
[22:09] <ali1234> but it has to bee same voltage as VCC?
[22:10] <clever> i think so
[22:10] <clever> aref is different
[22:10] <ali1234> makes sense
[22:10] <clever> i believe aref will output the internal 1.2v reference if you select that
[22:10] <ali1234> yeah, AREF < AVCC
[22:10] <clever> so you can add an external cap to stabalize it
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[22:10] <clever> so aref just needs a cap to gnd, then select internal ref in software
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[22:11] <clever> motor current will be easy, low side resistor
[22:11] <clever> so if you had say 1 ohm and 1 amp, it would be 1 volt relative to gnd
[22:12] <clever> but you cant use a low side resistor on things like the avr or lipo, because then your gnd is going to get messed up in complex ways
[22:12] <ali1234> why?
[22:12] <ali1234> my booster is not isolated
[22:12] <clever> using the same (but now insane) numbers, the gnd input of the avr would be at 1v relative to gnd
[22:13] <thescatman_> If I were to create some sort of emulation station, I could do it all within raspbian right? You don't need RetroPie or whatever to do that? Or would I be better using something like that with the dedicated retropie etc os
[22:13] <clever> so it will be expecting its 3.3v logic high to be at 4.3 volts
[22:13] <thescatman_> (for the Pi 2)
[22:13] <ali1234> oh right yeah. well you can get 0.05 ohm current sense resistors...
[22:13] <clever> reduces the problem but doesnt solve it fully
[22:13] <clever> thats where high side sensing comes in
[22:13] <clever> so the gnd is at the same level for every part
[22:14] <ali1234> won't the boost regulator just figure it out?
[22:14] <clever> and do the volatge sense for regulation after the current shunt
[22:14] <clever> if you had say boost reg -> 1ohm -> entire project -> boost reg for the negative->prob->pos path
[22:15] <clever> and the boost reg puts out 3.3v, and your drawing 1 amp
[22:15] <clever> thats 1 volt across the resistor
[22:15] <ali1234> hmm i think i see... the AVR will still be at a different GND because it's GND has to be after the resistor
[22:15] <clever> however, the avr is running with gnd at 1v above the bost reg
[22:15] <clever> you would have to ADC a -1v input
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[22:16] <ali1234> you'd think there would be a chip for this
[22:16] <ali1234> i've seen voltage sensing ones and current sensing ones but not both
[22:16] <clever> i believe high side sensing solves this
[22:17] <clever> but it adds a large offset
[22:17] <clever> i think you can throw an opamp across the high side resistor, to fix the offset
[22:18] <ali1234> high sensing means put Rs onto the + line and measure the voltage before and after it there?
[22:19] <clever> i think so
[22:19] <clever> but the avr would have to be bypassing that resistor
[22:19] <ali1234> i would anyway i think
[22:19] <clever> which is why i mentioned, lowside the motor itself
[22:19] <clever> the motor doesnt care if its negative input is a few volts above the rest of the system
[22:20] <ali1234> hmm... good stuff
[22:20] <clever> gnd->shunt->motor->fet->++
[22:20] <ali1234> i need to think about this some more
[22:20] <clever> the voltage at the shunk/motor junction tells you current
[22:20] <clever> no need to mess around
[22:20] <clever> if you need reverse
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[22:21] <clever> gnd->shunt->h-bridge->++
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[22:21] <ali1234> i have 4 motors and they all need to go both directions, independently
[22:21] <clever> so the motor can effectively reverse itself, same path otherwise
[22:21] <clever> do you want current on each, or total?
[22:21] <ali1234> total
[22:21] <clever> then just put the h-bridges above in parallel
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[22:22] <clever> gnd->shunk->all h-bridges->++
[22:22] <ali1234> when you say "shunt" that means the sense resistor?
[22:22] <clever> yeah
[22:22] <clever> current shunt resistor
[22:22] <clever> one resistor to rule them all
[22:22] <ali1234> i see
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[22:22] <clever> https://www.sparkfun.com/products/10643 another option
[22:23] <ali1234> it's $20 though
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[22:23] <clever> and rated for 45 amps
[22:24] <clever> ali1234: though you can also just look at the datasheet for it
[22:24] <clever> and steal the schematic :P
[22:24] <ali1234> yeah i am doing :)
[22:24] <clever> all i see is a high side sense resistor and an opamp
[22:24] <clever> exactly what i was guessing would work
[22:24] <ali1234> indeed
[22:25] <clever> just need to cal it to the gain of your opamp
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[22:25] <PovAddict> bah sparkfun doesn't sell the rpi2 yet
[22:26] <thescatman_> If I were to create some sort of emulation station, I could do it all within raspbian right? You don't need RetroPie or whatever to do that? Or would I be better using something like that with the dedicated retropie etc os (for the pi 2)
[22:26] <ali1234> of course the other concern is that all this circuitry should not use too much power, because it is running off a battery after all
[22:26] <ali1234> thescatman_: yes and yes
[22:26] <thescatman_> awesome.
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[22:27] <thescatman_> wait do you mean i'd be better off doing it in the dedicated emu os
[22:27] <PovAddict> thescatman_: you can do it all within raspbian, but if your emulation needs lots of CPU you probably want to use a distro compiled for the armv7
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[22:28] <thescatman_> I thought raspbian compiled itself for armv7 when you first boot on the pi 2
[22:28] <clever> ive heard that you might be able to take stock armv7 debian (not a pi specialized version), and just run that, though youll have to compile/install the userland libs to get 3d and dispmanx
[22:28] <ali1234> thescatman_: no that would take weeks
[22:28] <clever> thescatman_: nope, its running an armv6 userland on an armv7 kernel
[22:28] <thescatman_> oh
[22:28] <thescatman_> ;
[22:28] <clever> start.elf picks the right kernel at boot time
[22:28] <clever> and then everything else is armv6, so it works on both pi's
[22:29] <clever> and you dont have a v7 compiler, so you cant take full advantage of the code without installing a cross-compiler
[22:29] <thescatman_> Well that's slightly annoying... Would you just go straight to an emu OS then? I'd rather have everything on a single card so I can run everything in raspbian but I have spare cards
[22:29] <PovAddict> try it
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[22:30] <PovAddict> looks like there's nowhere I can buy everything I want (to cut on shipping costs)
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[22:32] <ShorTie> shipping costs canbe a pain, but luckaly most china peeps on ebey offer free shipping
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[22:33] <thescatman_> well i guess it'll all run faster on the pi2 so idk what i'll do
[22:33] <ShorTie> free shipping on a 99 cents item, i just don't understand how
[22:33] <clever> ShorTie: i had one chinese ebay store send me 2 of the item by mistake
[22:33] <ShorTie> Cool
[22:34] <clever> they where packaged seperately, each with their own addr sticker
[22:34] <Bilby> *yawn*
[22:34] <clever> so it seems like they printed the sticker twice by mistake, then just slapped them on some pre-wrapped packages and tossed them in the bin
[22:36] <Bilby> ShorTie I bought some used CDs on fleabay once for $1 or $1.50. They came in padded manila envelopes... total for packaging and shipping was at least $2. Wat
[22:36] <clever> and now that i think of it, it could even be a bug in their paypal handling
[22:36] <clever> back then, i lacked a credit card, so paypal would always send 1 events
[22:36] <Bilby> clever cheaper to write off one extra product than spend 10 minutes sorting out the extra label?
[22:36] <clever> pending, and completed
[22:37] <clever> i never asked them, and they never asked me :P
[22:37] <cyanide> anyone with experience of running a >=5" tft off the gpio pins?
[22:38] <ShorTie> they make such a critter ??
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[22:39] <ShorTie> i got 4.3, 5 and 7, but they are all composite .. :/~
[22:39] <Bilby> cyanide the programmable touchscreen thingie from adafruit?
[22:39] <cyanide> i dont want composite :(
[22:39] <ShorTie> oops, 7 is hdmi i mean
[22:40] <Bilby> or do you mean running off of the whatsit, the zif socket that's not for the camera
[22:40] <cyanide> those are dsi screens
[22:40] <cyanide> im talking about running a screen off the gpio pins. either parallel or spi
[22:40] <cyanide> people have got them to work using the fbtft driver but it's all a bit too random
[22:42] <cyanide> i dont want to run them off hdmi or analog
[22:42] <Bilby> Are you talking about a small display driver for displaying alphanumeric info?
[22:42] <Bilby> or an actual GUI display
[22:42] <cyanide> and the dsi connector isn't useful yet, afaik. no drivers for it
[22:42] <cyanide> gui display, tft screen
[22:42] <cyanide> those are character lcds you're talking about
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[22:42] <Bilby> I couldn't remember what to call them haha
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[22:43] <Bilby> Yeah mate, no idea there. Not sure how you'd get the data speeds required for that from the GPIo
[22:43] <cyanide> im talking about these: http://www.buydisplay.com/default/lcd-5-ssd1963-tft-module-touch-screen-display-800x480-mcu-arduino
[22:43] <cyanide> low fps is fine as long as it's reliable
[22:44] <cyanide> the hd44780 screens or ks0108 screens are easy to do
[22:47] <cyanide> leio, https://rpi.pa.trickhieber.de/INSTALL no work on rpi2?
[22:47] <McBride36> has anyone built python3.4 on raspbian?
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[22:52] <Bilby> cyanide ah... i have no idea how to use that, sorry
[22:54] <ali1234> clever: that sparkfun circuit uses a divider to get scale the voltage. any reason i can't just put a divider before and after the high side sense resistor?
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[22:59] <ali1234> i guess the problem with that is that you want high value resistors for the divider so as not to waste power, but then you have less accuracy
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[23:01] <Mr_Sheesh> http://www.raspberrypi.org/xenon-death-flash-a-free-physics-lesson/ I put some Pi's in clear cases so I can see the LEDs...
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[23:08] <ShorTie> so, under 'normal' use it will never happen
[23:09] <ShorTie> you have to take a 'flashed' picture, with the right kind of flash for it to happen
[23:09] <ShorTie> and most likely a little nail polish would fix that
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[23:15] <Mr_Sheesh> Or aluminum foil electrical taped down etc., should be fixed tho, for reliability
[23:16] <Mr_Sheesh> I'm told some flashlights are bright enough to trigger the problem
[23:17] <shiftplusone> Mr_Sheesh, it's not a matter of brightness. It's a matter of wavelength
[23:18] <shiftplusone> (and you're told wrong)
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[23:20] <PovAddict> Mr_Sheesh: I have a black case and I still see the LEDs
[23:21] <Mr_Sheesh> OK, I haven't gotten to read it yet, discussion in another chan (this laptop having issues today) restarted browser finally, I'l cover the IC anyways. I always assume worst case will happen, at the worst time, saves making bad mistakes
[23:22] <PovAddict> the first thing I did with my Pi was accidentally drop it on the floor; fortunately it survived
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[23:25] <ShorTie> fixed, the pi is a educational toy, you would do away with a whole science lesson
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[23:25] * PovAddict xenon-flashes the whole channel >:)
[23:26] * CoJaBo startkeylogger's the whole channel
[23:27] <PovAddict> CoJaBo: careful with that, some big channels in freenode have bots that detect that string and ban you *from freenode*
[23:27] <CoJaBo> That one's ancient enough nothing actually checks for it anymore
[23:28] <CoJaBo> Hell, even when it was hot, I said it in #defocus (RIP in peace..) and nothing happened (other than 15% of the channel clearing out)
[23:28] <ShorTie> what would a keylogger do over the regular logging bot ??
[23:28] <CoJaBo> It's an old Norton firewall bug.
[23:28] <PovAddict> ShorTie: there was a certain software firewall that closed IRC connections if that string came in
[23:29] <ShorTie> oh
[23:29] <ShorTie> sounds fun
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