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IRC Log for 2015-02-15

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[0:00] <Psybur> What kind of uptime is reasonable for a pi 2 as an app server? Can I leave it on indefinitely?
[0:00] <ali1234> what is an app server?
[0:01] <Psybur> An application server is like a web server but it has additional capabilities
[0:01] <ali1234> such as what?
[0:01] <ali1234> what software stack will it run?
[0:01] <Psybur> Im going to use wildfly, which can run Java EE web applications
[0:01] <ShorTie> reasonable up time = till the power goes out
[0:01] <Psybur> And I will be using the Java EE stack
[0:02] <Psybur> Oh and ali1234, I got my arduino and pi to play ping pong using the nrf24 modules :D
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[0:05] <Psybur> And when I say reasonable uptime I mean am I going to burn anything out by leaving it on all the time
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[0:06] <ozzzy> Psybur, can't see why it couldn't stay on indefinitely
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[0:07] <H__> Observatory progress! RaspberryPI with raspbian reads inductive sensors and drives relays for rolloffroof motor http://t.co/YLIJrxBkdf
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[0:10] <Xark> H__: That is nice. However, do let us know when the offensive laser capability is operational and we can power up the defense grid. :)
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[0:11] <H__> heh :) shhh, that's still a secret :-D
[0:11] <Xark> :)
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[0:13] <Talen> are the Sandisk Ultra and Extreme the best cards for a pi in terms of speed?
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[0:14] <Xark> Talen: I think Sandisk are good, however Class 6 is often best for RPi (class 10 etc tend to be optimized for large contiguous transfers - like video recorder).
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[0:18] <Talen> So class 10 would be slower than 6?
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[0:21] <Xark> Talen: It depends what you are doing. In general the Raspberry Pi is the bottleneck for most cards I believe.
[0:22] <almostworking> hi, can someone tell me the power requirements for the new Pi, 2.0 ? finding info on the pi site, however its not listing info for the new pi , im having trouble finding a volt, or mah rating for powering pi 2.o . ,
[0:23] <Talen> I thought I saw it could use up to 2A
[0:23] <Xark> almostworking: From what I have read 700mA is the minimum and 2A is recommended if you are using USB power (i.e., WiFi).
[0:24] <Talen> 5v
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[0:24] <Xark> Yes, micro-USB 5v.
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[0:33] <Psybur> I've got my pi 2 running wildfly at www.jrciii.com:8080 who wants to load test it haha
[0:34] <almostworking> Talen, Xark ty much for quick response :-) .....
[0:34] <chod> what then running Psybur
[0:34] <Psybur> Then?
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[0:35] <chod> they
[0:35] <chod> keyboard over there
[0:36] <chod> four terminals on 24"
[0:36] <Psybur> Im so confused. Who is they?
[0:36] <chod> dont be
[0:36] <niston> does anyone know what happened to GordonDrogon ?
[0:36] <chod> is he not ok
[0:37] <niston> I don't know, haven't seen him online for quite some time.
[0:37] <niston> So I'm wondering
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[0:38] <G1eb> hi there, i was going through this setup of connecting pi to laptop using lan cable https://pihw.wordpress.com/guides/direct-network-connection/
[0:38] <chod> crossover
[0:38] <G1eb> in the end the ip address is set and i can ping pi from laptop but not the other direction
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[0:38] <G1eb> pi says: connect: Network unreachable
[0:38] <Xark> niston: Looks like fairly recent updates to his site. Perhaps he has just been busy (I think he is helping foundation with some things...) -> https://projects.drogon.net/
[0:38] <G1eb> any ideas? :)
[0:39] <chod> set manual ips on both
[0:39] <plugwash> niston, he last had activity on twitter about 11 days ago
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[0:39] <G1eb> chod, instead of using dhcp?
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[0:39] <niston> ah so he might just be busy then yeah
[0:39] <chod> where will get dhcp info from ?
[0:39] <plugwash> yeah, looking at his twitter history gaps of 10 days or so don't seem unusual
[0:40] <niston> glad to see he has some IRL then ;)
[0:40] <G1eb> now you mention it..
[0:40] <chod> nothing in life is automatic
[0:41] <G1eb> ok, this seems to still be working, let me check the pi
[0:41] <G1eb> by the way, what is that crossover point of failure? wrong kind of cable?
[0:42] <chod> a crossover cable
[0:42] <chod> is wired dfferent to a normal one
[0:42] <niston> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ethernet_crossover_cable
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[0:43] * plugwash is pretty sure the network controller on the pi is auto-mdix so it doesn't matter if you use a crossover cable or a regular one
[0:43] <niston> yeah, most hardware has auto-mdi-x nowadays
[0:43] <chod> that should be ok then
[0:43] <niston> so those crossover cables are slowly falling out of fashion
[0:44] <G1eb> good
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[0:46] <G1eb> not good, now I've got the destination host unreachable, hah (checking firewalls)
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[0:51] <niston> seems to me the problem is somewhere esle
[0:51] <niston> else
[0:51] <niston> or the firewall is stupid and sends icmp error messages for dropped packets :)
[0:52] <G1eb> yeh, im checking with a different ip atm
[0:52] <niston> i think the error comes from local (to sender) network stack and signifies that the network you're trying to reach is not locally reachable (the computer has no interface and IP on the desired subnet)
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[0:55] <G1eb> yeah, i was confused
[0:55] <G1eb> basically, I have a wifi connection using dhcp now, and a separate ethernet connection going to the pi using manual
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[1:04] <niston> so, got it to work?
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[1:12] <G1eb> niston, nope still at it
[1:12] <G1eb> you were right about the network err, it was the mac's sharing setting for internet that was off
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[1:23] <aaa801> where can i get a rpi 2 in the uk that isnt stupidely marked up
[1:24] <chod> ebay
[1:24] <abnormal> black market
[1:25] <perkan> modmypi.com ?
[1:27] <aaa801> The product is currently Out-of-Stock.
[1:27] <aaa801> ;_;
[1:27] <perkan> modmypi \. com
[1:29] <perkan> :(
[1:29] <niston> I just had a revelation
[1:29] <aaa801> mhm?
[1:29] <niston> the cloud is the end of the internet
[1:30] * aaa801 ties niston to the cloud
[1:30] <niston> hah
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[1:30] * niston . niston cloud
[1:31] <niston> the internet was about decentralization, the cloud is the exact opposite of that.
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[1:31] <aaa801> whats the wait time from cpc ?
[1:31] <niston> we'll end up with a half a dozen humongous datacentres for all of us earthlings.
[1:32] <niston> where your cloud desktop will reside which you will probably access trhough TV/mobile.
[1:33] <niston> harddrives and other forms of mass storage will be strictly regulated and it will probably illegal to possess a harddrive without a proper state license.
[1:34] <niston> if we're lucky we'll be allowed a few megabytes for personal affairs.
[1:36] <chod> too true
[1:37] <ozzzy> niston, I'd check your meds... you're becoming paranoid
[1:37] <niston> being paranoid does not mean they are not after you :P
[1:38] <aaa801> found some!
[1:38] <aaa801> http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/RASPBERRY-PI-2-Model-B-1GB-RAM-Quad-Core-CPU-/261698200759?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_3&hash=item3cee6da4b7
[1:38] <ozzzy> they've been after me for 58 years.... still haven't caught me
[1:38] <aaa801> not too bad price
[1:38] <niston> ozzzy: keep up the good work!
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[1:49] <irssi2> Good evening, I would like overclocking gpu and make benchmark but I do not know what software to use to see the changes of each parameter. Tracks to help me? thank you
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[3:08] <chipmadness> well i think i just screwed my 16x2 lcd up
[3:08] <chipmadness> stupid soldering
[3:08] <chipmadness> i hate it
[3:12] <BurtyB> I advise non-stupid soldering as it's much more fun
[3:12] <ozzzy> that takes all the fun out of soldering
[3:12] <Dalboz> problem is between solder and lcd
[3:13] <ozzzy> I've found that some soldering irons make a lot of mistakes... all of which cause yelling and cursing
[3:13] <ozzzy> I'm still looking for one that never screws up
[3:16] <chipmadness> ozzzy lol
[3:16] <chipmadness> yeahhhhhhhhh i just wanted to whip the lcd board
[3:16] <chipmadness> it pissed me off so bad
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[3:16] <chipmadness> soldering is just a huge time consumer
[3:17] <PovAddict> how do those two-line character displays work?
[3:17] <PovAddict> do you send characters and they have a built-in font, or do you send pixels?
[3:17] <chipmadness> no idea
[3:17] <chipmadness> i just have a python script
[3:17] <chipmadness> im making a clock
[3:17] <niston> 2x16 char lcds?
[3:17] <chipmadness> 16 x 2
[3:17] <niston> err yeah ;:D
[3:17] <niston> usually serial interface
[3:17] <niston> you send ASCII to it
[3:17] <niston> it shows up on the display
[3:18] <shiin> I'm trying to copy raspbian onto an SD card going by the methods described on http://www.raspberrypi.org/documentation/installation/installing-images/mac.md, but the Pi only shows a red LED and doesn't boot. Any suggestions?
[3:18] <chipmadness> shiin just throw it
[3:18] <chipmadness> throw the pi
[3:18] <chipmadness> and walk away
[3:18] <niston> some have fancy things like user defined charsets which you can use for "graphics"
[3:19] <niston> usually the fancy is done using non-printable ascii chars as commands
[3:20] <niston> using chr(255) as an escape char is sort of popular, too
[3:22] <niston> if you want a display that you can send pixels to, you'll need a graphical LCD
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[3:22] <niston> these are usually specified by pixel count X x Y
[3:22] <niston> instead of chars/lines
[3:22] <ozzzy> I think I'll turn the Pi into a pr0n concentrator
[3:22] <Dalboz> how is that possible
[3:22] <niston> pr0n pie ahah
[3:22] <Dalboz> lol
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[3:26] <chipmadness> why can i not join #arduino
[3:26] <ozzzy> arduinos hate you
[3:26] <Dalboz> shiin, did you tried the alternative method?
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[3:26] <BurtyB> chipmadness, because you're already in it ?
[3:27] <shiin> yes.
[3:27] <chipmadness> BurtyB
[3:27] <chipmadness> i dont see it in my list
[3:27] * BurtyB sees you in there
[3:27] <ozzzy> yep... you're there
[3:28] <chipmadness> LOL
[3:28] <chipmadness> i am having a off day guys
[3:28] <chipmadness> sorry
[3:28] <chipmadness> that soldering got to my head
[3:29] <Dalboz> shiin, another method could be worth triying: https://www.sdcard.org/downloads/formatter_4/
[3:29] <ozzzy> stop huffing the solder fumes
[3:29] <chipmadness> but ozzzy
[3:29] <chipmadness> its my way of getting high
[3:29] <Dalboz> shiin, run the app, format the sd card, and the extract the noobs file into the sd volume
[3:29] <ozzzy> can't argue eith that
[3:29] <ozzzy> er... with
[3:29] <chipmadness> speaking about getting high
[3:29] <shiin> I think I may have found the issue. the download offers a zip, I didn't know that and dd'd that directly.
[3:29] <chipmadness> does anyone know about quadcopters?
[3:29] <PovAddict> lol, bootable zip
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[3:30] <shiin> heh. yeah.
[3:31] <irssi2> Good evening, I would like overclocking gpu and make benchmark but I do not know what software to use to see the changes of each parameter. Tracks to help me? thank you
[3:31] <PovAddict> chipmadness: http://imgur.com/a/0EKR8
[3:32] <chipmadness> PoVAddict
[3:32] <chipmadness> is that yours?
[3:33] <PovAddict> I wish
[3:33] <PovAddict> :D
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[3:54] <chipmadness> PovAddict: whats your favorite kind of Pov?
[3:54] <PovAddict> eh?
[3:54] <PovAddict> http://povray.org/
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[4:52] <Steve_Jobs> I'm trying to make a motion sensor node with my raspberry pi. What's the preferred linux distro for it?
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[4:59] <abnormal> Raspbian is good.. I have used a motion sensor with Raspbain, so there is no issues....
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[5:09] <Steve_Jobs> abnormal: do you bother with a desktop environment, or do you run it headless?
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[5:11] <abnormal> I used it desktop env, have not done it headless... although you could set it up while hooked up to monitor so to verify the operation then go headless.
[5:11] <Steve_Jobs> I'm ok with just SSH from the start. Don't want to bother with monitor. Maybe raspberry pi is overkill?
[5:12] <PovAddict> Steve_Jobs: do you use ethernet?
[5:12] <abnormal> there are a lot of ppl that have done it, if you look in www.raspberrypi.org in the forums there will be a lot of info on how to set one up.
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[5:13] <Steve_Jobs> while you're here, is there another irc channel for more info on the hardware side? I want to automate some of the house.. ie, thermostat, light switches, etc
[5:13] <Steve_Jobs> PovAddict: yes
[5:14] <abnormal> you can do it with a Arduino Uno or a Parallax Quick Start. depending on your set up the pi may be overkill but model A is fine and cheaper.
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[5:14] <Steve_Jobs> abnormal: ya.. hoping the 1st get pi drops in price. I'd love to embed them in walls all over the house :)
[5:16] <abnormal> Model A plus is only twenty dollars.. if you go online like ebay or craigslist you may find cheaper ones and are risky.
[5:18] <Mr_Sheesh> A's are a lil hard to find at times tho
[5:19] <PovAddict> arduino.cc shows lots and lots of out of stock boards :/
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[5:26] <abnormal> look in www.adafruit.com, www.digikey.com, www.allied.com, www.newark.com, www.mouser.com, etc and Mr. Google......
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[5:36] <PovAddict> a friend of my dad works on hardware for disabled people to control computers, for mouse control he used to disassemble ball mice and take the IC and connect his own stuff where the ball rotation sensors used to be
[5:37] <PovAddict> but it's increasingly hard to find ball mice
[5:37] <PovAddict> I just found the Teensy... that would be an interesting way to create custom USB mice :O
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[5:45] <steve_rox> yup ball mouse dissapearin
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[6:00] <abnormal> not really... if you look hard enuf in Mr. Google you will find them...
[6:01] <abnormal> there are some ppl that need them due to movement limitations.. so some manufacturer has to make them...
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[6:11] <Steve_Jobs> should I go for raspberrian or snappy ubuntu core for running headless?
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[6:14] <bandroidx> does anyone know how to connect to the console with vnc on raspberry pi?
[6:14] <bandroidx> with raspbian
[6:14] <bandroidx> if i try to start vnc server on :0 it says its already running but i cant connect
[6:15] <bandroidx> i can start a vnc server on :1 and connect with port 5901 but its not on the main desktop (console)
[6:15] <bandroidx> i need to be able to check if something is being displayed correctly on the tv connected to hdmi via remote
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[7:09] <chipmadness> guys
[7:09] <chipmadness> i am having a issue with my code
[7:09] <chipmadness> it works on my ubuntu laptop
[7:09] <chipmadness> but not on my raspberry pi
[7:09] <chipmadness> TypeError: message() takes exactly 2 arguments (3 given)
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[7:49] <McBride36> chipmadness, has anyone helped you yet?
[7:50] <abnormal> not that I know of.. I didn't ans cuz I don't know the stuff...
[7:50] <botnut> any suggestions for a well supported add on board to the PI that supports GPRS/GSM ?
[7:51] <McBride36> i mean, i could take a look at the code, no promises though
[7:52] <abnormal> botnut, look in the pi forums, lot of info in there may be of what you are looking for.. other than that, an arduino uno with one attached are usually a good result.
[7:53] <botnut> yeah the arduino route isn't a selection for us here
[7:53] <botnut> has to be on the pi directly
[7:54] <abnormal> how about looking in adafruit.com?
[7:56] <chipmadness> McBride36 i am all set
[7:56] <McBride36> \o
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[9:08] <kylix34> Hello! I have a Raspberry Pi 2 with the latest Raspbian distribution but browsing internet is very slow (something like 1 minute just to open the google.com webpage)
[9:08] <kylix34> what could it be the problem?
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[9:23] <cehteh> kylix34: that shouldnt happen, what browser do you use? how is the resource usage there?
[9:23] <cehteh> any network problem?
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[9:24] <cehteh> .. is it really the browsing or is your DNS lookup borked up somehow.
[9:24] <kylix34> I'm using the stock: Epiphany
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[9:24] <kylix34> I'll try to set the DNS in the netwotk settings
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[9:25] <cehteh> well, dont 'try' but analyze whats the problem
[9:25] <kylix34> the resource usage is very low..something like 2% for the CPU
[9:26] <cehteh> memory?
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[9:26] <kylix34> I don't have the Pi on at the moment but ... I only had the browser started
[9:26] * cehteh installed firefox (iceweasel) just for fun, that somewhat slow :D
[9:26] <kylix34> default install ...
[9:26] <cehteh> that works very well for me
[9:27] <cehteh> (default Epiphany)
[9:27] <kylix34> the other PC's in the network work fine. I get about 6.5MB/download
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[9:28] <kylix34> it could be a DNS problem
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[9:29] <kylix34> Could it also be the router I use: TP-Link WDR 3600 (1000Mb/s)?
[9:29] <kylix34> the ethernet ports are 10/100/1000
[9:29] <cehteh> how should I know? :)
[9:29] <kylix34> you're right :D
[9:30] <kylix34> thanks anyway ;) I'll try to investigate
[9:30] <kylix34> have a nice day
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[9:34] <cehteh> .. and check the ethernet cable, while more patient on IRC
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[9:38] <Hercules> will the ubuntu gnome desktop will work fine on the RPI ?
[9:38] <cehteh> with tons of swap and much patience maybe :D
[9:39] <Hercules> will fedora workstation work fine ?
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[9:40] <cehteh> why dont you just try?
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[9:41] <Hercules> I don't think after writing image to SD card we can remove and again write another image..
[9:41] <DropBear> huh??
[9:41] <cehteh> eh?
[9:41] <DropBear> of course you can
[9:41] <Hercules> any link for it ?
[9:41] <cehteh> you can overwrite the SD card many times
[9:42] <Hercules> how ?
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[9:42] <Hercules> I am 14, so I don't know much about the things..
[9:42] <cehteh> just overwrite it
[9:42] <Hercules> You mean just format it
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[9:42] <cehteh> what OS are you using?
[9:42] <Hercules> Windows
[9:42] <cehteh> duh
[9:42] <DropBear> however you put the image on should work again just fine
[9:42] <cehteh> yes overwrite it as you did the first write
[9:43] <Hercules> oh
[9:43] <cehteh> i dunno about windows but i suspect it should work there too
[9:43] <Hercules> can the image writer given in the documentation can write iso images too ?
[9:43] <Hercules> instead of .img ?
[9:44] <cehteh> eh you need some distribution made for the rpi
[9:44] <cehteh> because its not a PC compatible processor on that
[9:44] <DropBear> in general, you need an os that was compiled for the pi. Those don't usually come as ISO's
[9:45] <cehteh> http://www.raspberrypi.org/downloads/ take a look there
[9:45] <cehteh> and note that some are not compatible with the pi2 yet
[9:45] <cehteh> DropBear: are you related to that ssh implementation somehow?
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[9:46] <DropBear> on one side I'm anxious for the pi2 to arrive, but on the other, meh.. don't want to have to fight with any issues
[9:47] <DropBear> cehteh - no, I just like to harrase my Aussie friends
[9:47] <cehteh> ah ok :)
[9:48] <cehteh> pi2 made no issues for me, everything works quite well, even better with raspian
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[9:48] <cehteh> some old bugs remain tough :D
[9:49] <cehteh> either way more memory and the quadcore gives the performance boost i really needed
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[9:53] <cehteh> DropBear: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-WD_Nh_rboQ btw i stumbled over that the other day :)
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[10:01] <DropBear> hehe
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[10:02] <iRaven> good morning all
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[10:03] <Kealper> well that turned out neat...
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[10:05] <Kealper> just abused a PiGlow to make it change colors in real-time-ish to the beat of music
[10:05] <Kealper> over the network :O
[10:06] <kylix34> Hi! I'd need some help with the Raspberry Pi 2
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[10:06] <kylix34> I've just installed the latest version of raspbian but internet browsing is very slow
[10:07] <Kealper> kylix34: what websites are you trying?
[10:07] <kylix34> more than 1 minute to open google.com
[10:07] <Kealper> :o
[10:07] <Kealper> yeah, that seems pretty slow
[10:07] <kylix34> pinging google.com gives me 20-2 ms
[10:07] <kylix34> 20-24 ms , sorry
[10:08] <kylix34> it's the default install
[10:08] <Kealper> unfortunately i can't help debug that since my Pi 2 is still in-transit :(
[10:08] <kylix34> no other packages installed (only upgraded the distro with update&upgrade
[10:08] <kylix34> thaks Kealper ;)
[10:08] <Kealper> is it only google.com that's slow, or are all sites?
[10:08] <kylix34> all of them
[10:09] <Kealper> hmm...
[10:09] <kylix34> could it be the microSD card?
[10:09] <Kealper> what's your CPU load look like when you're loading it?
[10:09] <kylix34> 0-2%
[10:09] <Kealper> memory usage looks alright, too?
[10:09] <kylix34> yep
[10:10] <Kealper> one moment, let me make sure my sizes are correct before i tell you to type something
[10:10] <kylix34> thanks
[10:11] <kylix34> I made again the SD card and now I'm updating the distro
[10:12] <Kealper> ok so, do you know how to use dd to test the write speed of your sd card?
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[10:15] <cehteh> kylix34:
[10:15] <kylix34> nope
[10:15] <cehteh> [09:34] <cehteh> .. and check the ethernet cable, while more patient on IRC
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[10:15] <Kealper> if not, give this a shot from in a terminal on the Pi: dd if=/dev/zero of=iotest.bin bs=64k count=1k conv=fdatasync && rm iotest.bin
[10:15] <Kealper> that'll create a ~64MB temporary file as fast as it can, then show the average speed and then remove the file
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[10:15] <cehteh> maybe you just have packet loss
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[10:16] <kylix34> 14.021 sec , 4.8 MB/sec
[10:17] <Kealper> eeh
[10:17] <cehteh> thats very slow
[10:17] <Kealper> i assume that's a class 4 card?
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[10:17] <kylix34> yes, a kingston microsd class 4
[10:17] <cehteh> LC_ALL=C ifconfig | grep err
[10:18] <cehteh> .. are there any errors, dropped peckets?
[10:18] <kylix34> 0 errors, 0 dropped packages
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[10:19] <cehteh> try with a faster SD card .. or disable caching in the webbrowser
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[10:19] <kylix34> free -h -s 1 gives me: 662M used and 81M free ....
[10:19] <cehteh> any swap in use?
[10:19] <kylix34> cached 482M
[10:19] <kylix34> swap 99 M
[10:19] <Kealper> i've never tried a Pi with a class 4 card before... i'm not saying that it's the cause, but i would think that it could make the performance suffer, since the browser will be trying to hit the drive for cached content
[10:19] <Kealper> also
[10:19] <cehteh> that will be slow with your sdcard
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[10:19] <Kealper> you probably aren't using 662MB of ram
[10:20] <cehteh> i've got zswap enabled
[10:20] <kylix34> but the same microSD card worked ok with a RPi B+ ... hmmm
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[10:20] <Kealper> ignore the first line that has used/free in it for the output of free -m, lok at the one below it, that says "-/+ buffers/cache"
[10:20] <Kealper> look*
[10:21] <cehteh> yeah might be not the cause, since i enabled full disk encryption and switched to btrfs my SD card is down to 10mb/sec too
[10:21] <kylix34> oh ... ok. It says: used 142M, free 602M
[10:21] <cehteh> still browsing is fast enough
[10:21] <cehteh> but zswap wont touch the SD card for swapping
[10:21] <cehteh> when it starts swapping to sdcard it becomes really slow
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[10:22] <kylix34> I thought that google.com it's a lightweight webpage ...
[10:22] <Kealper> try loading a site, and while it's loading, check free -m
[10:22] <kylix34> give me 1 min
[10:22] <cehteh> disable caching in epithany
[10:22] <Kealper> see if you are actually using any swap
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[10:22] <Kealper> i don't think you would be, but... covering bases and all that
[10:23] <Kealper> since... that'd hurt real bad swapping on something that can only go 5MB/s
[10:23] <kylix34> 139M used, 604 free
[10:23] <Kealper> what's the third set say? 0 used, 99 free?
[10:23] <kylix34> 1 min :)
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[10:24] <Kealper> it'll be the line that starts with "Swap:"
[10:24] <cehteh> start 'top' and look at the first few lines
[10:24] <cehteh> KiB Mem: 884304 total, 355736 used, 528568 free, 28 buffers
[10:24] <cehteh> KiB Swap: 2096124 total, 26072 used, 2070052 free, 161508 cached
[10:24] <cehteh> something like that .. you want far less swap used than i show there
[10:25] <cehteh> (preferably 0)
[10:25] <kylix34> breaking news :D : I've installed Chromium and it's working
[10:25] <kylix34> so, there's definitely something with Epiphany
[10:25] <cehteh> strange
[10:25] <Kealper> weird :o
[10:26] <Kealper> in that case, you've just helped me out for when mine finally gets here :P
[10:26] <Kealper> does Chromium run nicely?
[10:26] <cehteh> i am just ssh -XC into the rpi remotely and using epithany over wlan and remote X and its fast enough for me
[10:26] <kylix34> yes ... Chromium loads the pages pretty fast
[10:26] <kylix34> even raspberrypi.org
[10:26] <cehteh> the rpi is on the other room
[10:26] <kylix34> but Epiphany should be faster ...
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[10:27] <cehteh> yes
[10:27] <cehteh> it is here
[10:27] <cehteh> something is borked at your setup
[10:27] <Kealper> yeah, i've got no clue what's up with that, the videos i've seen of it show it running pretty nicely out of the box
[10:27] <cehteh> btw is the time set correctly on your pi?
[10:27] <kylix34> yes
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[10:28] <cehteh> i have no idea what it could be then
[10:28] <kylix34> What could be wrong with my setup? I've just deployed the raspbian image with win32diskimager and booted from the SD :(
[10:29] <kylix34> I didn't install anything else
[10:29] <kylix34> I've checked the settings in Epiphany but I can't see where to disable the cache
[10:30] <kylix34> is there a cofig file?
[10:30] <cehteh> settings->privacy->blah stored to disk
[10:30] <cehteh> set that to 0
[10:30] <Kealper> totally unrelated, but here's a crappy video of a program i wrote ages ago being re-purposed to make a PiGlow dance to the music my computer plays, over my network: https://drive.kealper.com/index.php/s/0yp3BWIrUvBv7BK (caution, it does get a bit loud quickly)
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[10:34] <cehteh> wow chromium is surprisingly fast
[10:34] <Kealper> :o
[10:35] <Kealper> like... could be used as a low-end desktop fast?
[10:35] <kylix34> :)
[10:35] <kylix34> disabled the cache on Epiphany but nothing changes
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[10:35] <cehteh> i dont like chomium much, but just gave it a try
[10:35] <cehteh> kylix34: u know how to use strace?
[10:36] <cehteh> would be the debugging swiss-army knife .. but needs some knowledge
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[10:36] <kylix34> I did it once with a modem (OpenWRT) but I forgot ...
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[10:38] <cehteh> or first just start epiphany from console and see if there are any messages
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[11:15] <sliddjur> Hi, how do I check driver or usb details?
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[11:15] <sliddjur> I dont know if my usb ethernet dongle is working
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[11:17] <sliddjur> AX88772C is the info i managed to get from lsusb -v -s 1:4
[11:18] <sliddjur> | grep iProduct
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[11:25] <ShorTie> have you looked in dmesg ??
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[11:26] <sliddjur> ShorTie: no. whats the cmd?
[11:27] <ShorTie> dmesg
[11:27] <sliddjur> ShorTie: yes its detected there.
[11:27] <ShorTie> if you just plugged it in, should be like at the end
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[11:28] <ShorTie> say anything about drivers ??
[11:28] <ShorTie> also 'lsusb -vvvvv' gives some info
[11:30] <sliddjur> ShorTie: no not anything about drivers in dmesg or lsusb -v
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[11:30] <ShorTie> or unplug it, lsmod, plug it back in, lsmod, see if anything new shows up
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[11:51] <irssi2> Good evening, I would like overclocking gpu and make benchmark but I do not know what software to use to see the changes of each parameter. Tracks to help me? thank you
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[11:52] <ShorTie> overclocking is best done with raspi-config, imho
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[11:54] <irssi2> is to see how far we can go;)
[11:55] <irssi2> so I go up higher than Raspi-config
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[11:56] <ShorTie> guess you can, check with Mr.Google, he knows all, i just don't advise it
[11:57] <PrinceProspero> I take no responsibility for your board but just go in to the config file at "sudo nano /boot/config.txt", do the changes you like, reboot and see if it runs
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[11:59] <irssi2> I have trouble explaining. I want to make GPU performance tests. There core_freq the variables h264_freq, isp_freq, v3d_freq. And I do not know how to test each variable.
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[12:00] <ShorTie> not to be rude, check with Mr.Google, he knows all
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[12:01] <irssi2> not to be rude, I have already done. ;)
[12:02] <irssi2> there are testing software for the CPU. but not for the GPU
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[12:04] <ShorTie> sounds like you need to put on your development hat and give it a go then, imho
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[12:07] <newke> hi. i cant figure out why my pifm on raspberry pi 2 doesnt work. Looks like program starts fine, but it doesnt transmit anything. im trying to use my smartphones fm radio to listen for it. is it possible, that pifm executable ive downloaded is not for pi 2 model?
[12:08] <SpeedEvil> I hope it doesn't work on the Pi2 by design
[12:10] <SpeedEvil> (because the transmitter inherently interferes with air-band and other 'safety of life' transmitters
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[12:16] <ShorTie> i'd guess it's in how the spi/i2c/what_ever is setup, the new rpi2 stuff uses a new way, so you need to transfor the old way into the new way, but i'm just guessing
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[12:16] <ShorTie> i believe there is like a readme in /boot that talks about it all
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[12:18] <SpeedEvil> PiFM is software isn't it?
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[12:24] <newke> well id like just to test it... i cant see any practical use of it
[12:26] <ShorTie> think so SpeedEvil, but i'm not sure how/what it uses for the transmeter, so that is why i'm saying it is in the intialation of the system
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[12:26] <SpeedEvil> It uses a PWM output configured to directly output the FM signal as a harmonic
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[12:28] <ShorTie> ok, never used PWM, but i do believe you gotta intialize sumfin for it to work, like spi or i2c
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[12:28] <SpeedEvil> It's an internal chip peripheral
[12:29] <ShorTie> and isn't all that stuff like turn off by defualt with device manager ??
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[12:31] <ShorTie> oops, me sorry, /boot/overlays/README is what i'm talking about
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[12:33] <ShorTie> and another blaaa..., it's device tree not device manager, grrrr.....
[12:34] <ShorTie> but as Sarget Friday use to say, the names have been changed to protect the innocent .. :/~
[12:35] <newke> I cant see README file in /boot/overlays/, is that cause of archlinux-arm im using?
[12:35] <ShorTie> most likely
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[12:38] <ShorTie> not even sure how well arch supports the rpi2 to be honest
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[12:40] <cehteh> if you change the kernel memory split to 3G/1G user/kernel address space, does that need another clib or will that work with existing raspian?
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[13:35] <ambro718> Hello, how does one compile a kernel for Rpi2? Is https://github.com/raspberrypi/linux for Rpi2 too?
[13:37] <cehteh> tl;dr .. but its the usualy way like on the old pi
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[13:38] <cehteh> make ; make modules; make modules_install and copy the kernel image to the /boot partition
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[13:40] <ambro718> cehteh: using defconfig bcmrpi_defconfig?
[13:44] <cehteh> oh i just started from /proc/config.gz
[13:44] <cehteh> and make -j4 for the rpi2 experience
[13:46] <cehteh> you may want to set CONFIG_LOCALVERSION to install multiple kernels and have a fallback in case yours dont work
[13:47] <cehteh> while at it, enable zswap :D
[13:48] <ambro718> okay thanks
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[14:03] <davanger> anyone know a nice looking metal case for the new PI2?
[14:06] <SpeedEvil> Isn't the geometry and ports and pins exacltyh the same?
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[14:07] * djazz is coding a python class for interfacing the Si4713 (FM transmitter) over gpio/i2c :) first python code! :D
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[14:11] <SpeedEvil> yay
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[14:30] <newke> pi 2 isnt popular right now, but im looking for cardboard case for my pi2. anyone has one?
[14:31] <newke> i mean id like to print it out
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[14:32] <Wec> http://www.docdroid.net/rpnq/picase.pdf.html
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[14:33] <newke> thank you mate
[14:33] <Wec> You're welcome
[14:35] <_Trullo> http://www.aliexpress.com/item/Raspberry-Pi-512-rev3-RPI3-Box-case-shell-generation-B-acrylic-shell-latest-box-2-heat/1999391505.html plastic for 2 bucks :)
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[14:37] <newke> need it now, this one will come to my country after two months :)
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[14:42] <cyanide> schematics for pi2 released?
[14:42] <cyanide> also, gpio pinout is the same as b+ correct?
[14:42] <ozzzy> http://goo.gl/XxSX5F <--- I bought a few of these
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[14:56] <cehteh> cyanide: the schematics are somewhere at adafruits website, ask google
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[15:35] <cyanide> the naming couldnt have been more unfortunate
[15:35] <cyanide> it gets confused with model b rev 2
[15:35] <benxyzzy> Anybody know why I can't write to this mounted NTFS USB hard-drive? Even as root? Even with 'rw', 'fmask=000', and 'dmask=000' mount options? http://pastebin.com/kYJM0b2y
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[15:37] <cyanide> i wouldnt expect the raspberry foundation to go with retarded names like graphics card manufacturers do
[15:37] <cyanide> but goddamn, could they have not simply called it the model c
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[15:38] <cehteh> benxyzzy: when the volume is flagged with errors/unclean dismount then its mounted readonly, you need to fsck it
[15:39] <ShadowJK> But was there a BBC model C?
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[15:43] <EastLight> no :)
[15:44] <pksato> benxyzzy: standard kernel ntfs support for writing is not good. Write are disabled by default.
[15:44] <EastLight> after the BBC model B came the "BBC Master"
[15:44] <pksato> recomend is to use ntfs-3g (user land driver).
[15:44] <pksato> sudo apt-get install ntfs-3g
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[15:45] <cehteh> i was expecting he uses ntfs-3g
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[15:45] <pksato> and replace ntfs for ntfs-3g on fstab
[15:46] <pksato> or, direct mount using cmd like sudo mount -t ntfs-3g -o uid=pi, gid=pi /dev/sda1 /mnt/disk1
[15:47] <benxyzzy> cehteh, pksato: Both useful info :) so fsck won't help in this instance? Seems counterintuitive for 'ls' and 'mount' to list everything as writeable to everyone, when in fact the opposite is true. I will get ntfs-3g (which looks like what Ubuntu uses, why not install it by default?)
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[15:47] <cehteh> because no one except you needs ntfs :D
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[15:49] <benxyzzy> cehteh, google suggests otherwise - but it seems there's a million different variations on the "making NTFS work with linux" problem. I have revisited it many times over the years
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[15:55] <benxyzzy> cehteh, pksato: I installed ntfs-3g and simply copied the fstab line from my old ubuntu server - works perfect! Thanks again
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[17:02] <cehteh> uhm does the pi2 have a different DAC than the older ones? sound is super noisy/ugly
[17:02] <cehteh> going back to hdmi output
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[17:05] <ShorTie> preaty much the same i believe
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[17:09] <Giddles> hmm
[17:09] <Giddles> i hope the p2 opens a webpage a little bit faster but :D
[17:09] <Giddles> sd card slot, one usb controller...
[17:09] <Giddles> why not sata?
[17:10] <IT_Sean> Becasue it's A) not necessary and B) not on the SoC.
[17:10] <PovAddict> IT_Sean: not an op today?
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[17:10] <Giddles> well ok its an development plate (bad english) but sata would be useful
[17:11] <Giddles> horrible when you think in 24/7 mode everytime the sd card freezes
[17:11] <PovAddict> Giddles: so get a USB adapter
[17:11] <Giddles> i got more than two pis, cams
[17:11] <Giddles> i run my homesecurity with it..
[17:11] <cehteh> ethernet is not on the soc either .. but :D
[17:11] <Giddles> if i really would think about i spend more money on it as on a professional alert system
[17:12] <Giddles> for plug n play
[17:12] <cehteh> i havent had freezes on the pi2 yet
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[17:12] <Giddles> im waiting for pb2
[17:12] <Giddles> but sata would be very nice
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[17:12] <cehteh> get quality SDcards and power supply with 2A at least
[17:12] <Giddles> no damn 1.5mb/s sd card trash
[17:13] <cehteh> indeed .. 8x sata please :)
[17:13] <cehteh> i got 20mb/s from the sdcard
[17:13] <Giddles> reading..
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[17:13] <cehteh> now 10mb .. still enough, full disc encryption and btrfs :)
[17:14] <Giddles> sata...
[17:14] <Giddles> :)
[17:15] <cehteh> sata makes only sense when the SOC support it somehow and its not munged through usb
[17:15] <cehteh> and thats not the pi's goal, pi wants to be cheap
[17:15] <Giddles> 3 usb controller :D
[17:15] <Giddles> thats what it needs
[17:15] <Giddles> and a single for the rest...
[17:16] <cehteh> there are some arm based boars with sata
[17:16] <Giddles> so i hope santa clause hear me here ;) pi needs sata
[17:16] <Giddles> :D
[17:16] <Giddles> and more usb controller
[17:16] <cehteh> sata clause
[17:16] <Giddles> haha
[17:16] <Giddles> :D
[17:16] <Giddles> sata clause yes
[17:16] <cehteh> i dobt that will happen anytime soon
[17:17] <cehteh> get some other board if you need sata
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[17:17] <PovAddict> or a usb sata enclosure
[17:17] <IT_Sean> I wouldn't hold your breath on SATA.
[17:17] <cehteh> the bananai has sata .. dunno how its connected internally
[17:17] <IT_Sean> it's not gonna happen any time soon on the Pi.
[17:17] <Giddles> oh nice :)
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[17:18] <Giddles> because some brainiac knows best what ppl needs?
[17:18] <PovAddict> the pi won't change to an incompatible soc just to get sata
[17:18] <Giddles> i need sata, im fine on raspbian now..
[17:18] <Giddles> no banana pi..
[17:18] <cehteh> raspberry pi was not meant to satisfy geeks every needs .. its goal was to be cheap, dont forget that
[17:19] <Giddles> well advertisement was quite awesome... results are slow :-)
[17:19] <cehteh> there are industrial arm boards with more memory more cpu power and sata which cost a arm and a leg, if you want
[17:19] <Giddles> but better with a raspi than without ;) i wanna support rasberry foundation
[17:19] <Giddles> no banana foundation
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[17:20] <Giddles> but now its like in turbo capitalism... i buyed the b++ now next one is on market..
[17:20] <PovAddict> I wonder what's the manufacturing cost of a raspberry pi
[17:20] <cehteh> when you need some storage server better get some cheap atom board with some sata ports
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[17:21] <Giddles> pi works fine for..
[17:21] <cehteh> raid5 or 6 over 4-6 drives ..
[17:21] <Giddles> but sd card is trash
[17:21] <cehteh> the pi has just poor I/O bandwidth
[17:21] <cehteh> well if your sdcard only gives 1.5mb/sec then its trash
[17:22] <cehteh> you should be able to get close to 20mb/sec
[17:22] <Giddles> its the noobs original card.. from my seller
[17:22] <cehteh> its for noobs :D
[17:22] <Giddles> hehe
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[17:22] <Giddles> well i will see when on 28th the pi2 arrived at my dealer
[17:23] <Giddles> you ppl all got ya p2?
[17:23] <Giddles> i pay 38,50eur for it..
[17:23] <cehteh> gues not, only a few here have it
[17:24] <Syliss> i want to pick 3 of them up, two for my tvs, and one for messing with
[17:24] <cehteh> actually i was impressed that the rollout worked much better this time, i got mine 3 days after ordering
[17:24] <Syliss> has anyone used a audio/video cable with it yet?
[17:24] <cehteh> as in what?
[17:25] <cehteh> composite output?
[17:25] <Giddles> no i used hdmi ;)
[17:25] <Giddles> works
[17:25] * cehteh using hdmi but i have a cable around, and just a few minutes ago i complained that the audio is very noisy on the buildin DAC
[17:26] <cehteh> composite was never meant to be used for serious or? just the SOC has it so they connected the pin
[17:26] <cehteh> i used it once on the old pi, quality is inferior, like one expects from composite
[17:27] <cehteh> hdmi even drives my 2048x1152 monitor :)
[17:28] <MY123> cehteh: The RaspberryPi can drive a 4K monitor at 50fps in turbo mode
[17:28] <Giddles> it drives my 3d samsung shit tv :D
[17:28] <cehteh> nice
[17:28] <Giddles> but only for some coding ;)
[17:28] <Giddles> open a webpage... thats for masochits
[17:28] <Syliss> i just want to use one of them on my old tube tv in the bedroom
[17:28] <Syliss> i have my first run pi, but that has the a/v seperate
[17:28] <MY123> Giddles: except for a Pi2B
[17:28] <Giddles> well add some camera to it ;)
[17:28] <Giddles> use motion ;)
[17:29] <Giddles> useful things
[17:29] <Giddles> instead to tv
[17:29] <MY123> Giddles, or OpenCV
[17:29] <Giddles> im fine on motion
[17:29] <Giddles> because of storage structure
[17:29] <Syliss> since i dont have a cable box running to my tv in the bedroom, id like to have it run some vids for my wife and daughter
[17:30] <Giddles> but after all im on rampart ;) cant really be happy.. pi hurts the windows fool
[17:30] <Giddles> well do it ;) and make a picture
[17:31] <Giddles> screentab.. never heard of before.. never thought of before.. never run not in daemon mode something before..
[17:32] <Giddles> that hurts to learn in cold water..
[17:32] <cyanide> j5 on the underside is the jtag header point?
[17:33] <MY123> cyanide: VIDEOCORE JTAG poin
[17:33] <MY123> *point
[17:34] <cyanide> ok
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[17:36] <cehteh> anyone of you tested f2fs on the pi yet?
[17:36] <cyanide> f2fs?
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[17:37] <ShorTie> Flash-Friendly File System
[17:37] <cehteh> yes
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[17:49] <ShorTie> bummer, f2fs isn't in whezzy
[17:49] <cehteh> kernel has it, you just need to install the f2fs tools manually, i am just doing that
[17:50] <cehteh> lazily, backup is running in the background and i have other things to do
[17:50] <cehteh> later i try to replace the btrfs with f2fs
[17:50] <cehteh> remind me that i have to add the fsck.f2fs to the initrd :D
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[17:51] <cehteh> tok tools build without error, installed
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[18:20] <Datalink> hm, how do I add configure and make scripts to a C++ project?
[18:21] <PovAddict> I recommend using cmake instead, autoconf is a pain :)
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[18:38] <Sonny_Jim> Has anyone tried compiling MESS for the Pi recently?
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[18:39] <cehteh> ok disk encryption is the limiting factor, not btrfs, i dont get better speed with that
[18:40] <ShorTie> hmmm, this might work http://ivka57.dyndns-ip.com/pool/wheezy/main/f/f2fs-tools/f2fs-tools_1.1.0-3_armhf.deb
[18:41] <cehteh> huh .. i just compiled it by myself
[18:41] <cehteh> borrowed the swap partition for the f2fs test :)
[18:41] <ShorTie> didn't want to play nicely, autoreconf: 'configure.ac' or 'configure.in' is required
[18:41] <cehteh> and ?
[18:42] <cehteh> eh didnt you got the source by git?
[18:42] <cehteh> root@raspberrypi:/usr/src/linux# dd if=/dev/zero of=/mnt/,deleteme bs=1M count=1024
[18:42] <cehteh> 1024+0 Datens�tze ein
[18:42] <cehteh> 1024+0 Datens�tze aus
[18:42] <cehteh> 1073741824 Bytes (1,1 GB) kopiert, 116,636 s, 9,2 MB/s
[18:42] <cehteh> root@raspberrypi:/usr/src/linux# dd if=/mnt/,deleteme of=/dev/null
[18:42] <cehteh> 2097152+0 Datens�tze ein
[18:42] <cehteh> 2097152+0 Datens�tze aus
[18:42] <ShorTie> oh, no debian stuff
[18:42] <cehteh> 1073741824 Bytes (1,1 GB) kopiert, 103,203 s, 10,4 MB/s
[18:42] <cehteh> ah ok
[18:42] <cehteh> i cloned the main f2fs tools repo from kernel.org
[18:43] <ShorTie> git mightbe better though
[18:43] <cehteh> anyways .. staying with btrfs for now, no performance improvement, not worth the try
[18:43] <cehteh> f2fs is not to blame, its the dmcrypt layer
[18:44] <cehteh> hah i can use the unencrypted partition
[18:44] <cehteh> *retry*
[18:45] <ShorTie> when formatting with f2fs, was there any special options or just factory defaults ??
[18:45] <cehteh> just defaults
[18:46] <cehteh> and the swap partition where i test it is 2GB
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[18:46] <ShorTie> �k�� ��K��
[18:46] <ShorTie> Thankz .. :)~
[18:46] <cehteh> writing now little faste than 16mb/sec
[18:46] <cehteh> 1073741824 Bytes (1,1 GB) kopiert, 56,8164 s, 18,9 MB/s
[18:46] <ShorTie> just trying it out on the root partition in my image
[18:46] <cehteh> .. reading ...
[18:47] <cehteh> i dont want to reformat the root if there is no significant advantage
[18:47] <ShorTie> Info: format successful
[18:47] <ShorTie> oh, i'm building an image from scatch
[18:48] <ShorTie> so maybe make option to use f2fs or ext4
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[18:48] <cehteh> i have my carefully setup image here which i just backed up but still reformatting would be a bit pita
[18:48] <cehteh> 1073741824 Bytes (1,1 GB) kopiert, 57,6737 s, 18,6 MB/s
[18:48] <cehteh> woops reading is a tad slower than writing? .. prolly just a fluke
[18:48] <ShorTie> not a case of reforming, case of formatting
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[18:49] <cehteh> when you start from scratch then f2fs might be an option
[18:49] <ShorTie> dats what i was thinkin
[18:49] <cehteh> when i bork the btrfs again then i'll prolly change too
[18:49] <cehteh> maybe i should try nilfs as well :)
[18:50] <ShorTie> it seems to be formatted ok and cdebootstrap is doing it's thing, so....
[18:50] <cehteh> ..
[18:50] <cehteh> # cryptdisks_start swap; swapon -a
[18:50] <cehteh> [....] Starting crypto disk...[info] swap (starting)...
[18:50] <cehteh> [ ok (started)...done.
[18:51] <cehteh> .. ok back to normal *whistle*
[18:51] <ShorTie> guess i need to sed out ext4 in cmdline.txt
[18:51] <cehteh> yeah
[18:51] <ShorTie> after raspbian-bootloader is done with it's thingy
[18:52] <cehteh> here its a bit more complicated with the initrd, i bet the debian process isnt aware of putting fsck.f2fs into the initrd and i had to add that
[18:52] <ShorTie> ah, that might be an advantage of the deb over git
[18:53] <cehteh> how that?
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[18:54] <ShorTie> hopefully the deb has all the inner works morfed into debian to make everything work Okie Dokie
[18:55] <cehteh> ah
[18:56] <cehteh> well you dont boot with initrd right?
[18:56] <ShorTie> where as with git you gotta play
[18:56] <ShorTie> nop
[18:56] <cehteh> so no need to worry
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[19:02] <cehteh> https://inkofpark.wordpress.com/2013/03/30/raspberry-pi-truecrypt-benchmark/
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[19:03] <cehteh> .. that might be worth some investigaton
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[19:04] <PrinceProspero> https://inkofpark.wordpress.com/2013/03/30/raspberry-pi-truecrypt-benchmark/
[19:04] <PrinceProspero> Why not just using dm-crypt?
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[19:06] <cehteh> i am using dmcrypt
[19:06] <PrinceProspero> Oh, sorry
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[19:06] <cehteh> but i suspect the performance of the encryption algorothms will be comparable
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[19:06] <cehteh> a bit at least, or at least i can get some hint what to test
[19:06] <PrinceProspero> Yea, thats true
[19:07] <cehteh> currently i am using pretty much default hashes and encryption which is somewhat slow
[19:08] <MrRick> i couldn't get my Pi to load the i2c kernel. shouldn't I see a i2c file in the /dev folder?
[19:08] <MY123> cehteh: There is eman's VC4_VPU accelerated SHA-256 implementation
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[19:09] <MrRick> I should have said i2c module
[19:09] <cehteh> MY123: is that supported in the kernel?
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[19:10] <MY123> cehteh: It mmaps GPU buffers and regs to userspace.
[19:10] <MY123> (unmodified kernel, but needs sudo)
[19:10] <cehteh> uhm
[19:10] <cehteh> nah .. too mouch trouble
[19:10] <PovAddict> is any form of GPGPU possible on the rpi SoC?
[19:11] <cehteh> need to be kernel module to be useable from dmcrypt
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[19:12] <MY123> PovAddict: Yes. You have a full-general purpose dual-core CPU running ThreadX. And 12-QPU processor with a little limited capablities
[19:14] <MY123> http://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/viewtopic.php?f=33&t=77231
[19:16] <MrRick> I'm trying to access I2C devices. I loaded the I2C and SMB modules, but i2cdetect is still reporting no i2c file in /dev. What am I doing wrong?
[19:16] <MY123> MrRick: dtparam=i2c=on in config.txt
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[19:17] <MrRick> MY123: tks, probably the hint I needed.
[19:18] <cehteh> ok twofish isnt faster
[19:18] <ShorTie> hmmm, still coming up with 'autoreconf: 'configure.ac' or 'configure.in' is required' on git
[19:19] <cehteh> ShorTie: it was here
[19:19] <ShorTie> ya ya, guess it helps if your in the right directory, lol.
[19:19] <cehteh> http://git.kernel.org/cgit/linux/kernel/git/jaegeuk/f2fs-tools.git/tree/
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[19:20] <cehteh> lol
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[19:20] <cehteh> http://img2.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20120410024824/gleethenextgenerationfanfiction/images/7/73/Headdesk.gif
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[19:24] <MrRick> MY123: where is config.txt located?
[19:25] <MY123> MrRick: /boot/
[19:27] <ShorTie> hey, you think if i just copy the f2fs-tools dircectory over the the image and do a 'make install' all would be well ??
[19:27] <ShorTie> instead of having to recompile again
[19:27] <MY123> ShorTie: It depends on GLIBC versions & co
[19:28] <ShorTie> course it didn't really take that long
[19:28] <ShorTie> �k�� ��K��
[19:28] <ShorTie> Thankz .. :)~
[19:28] <MY123> (hard/soft float, libgcc verion)
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[19:29] <cehteh> ShorTie: i compiled it on the pi :)
[19:29] <ShorTie> i keep adding options to this thingy, i'll never get done, lol.
[19:29] <cehteh> read the README there is a hint about static and cross compiling the fsck
[19:29] <ShorTie> i doing all my work on the pi
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[19:30] <ShorTie> cross compiling is for nerds, lol.
[19:30] <ShorTie> Just Kidding
[19:31] <cehteh> yeah rebooting new kernel, wish me luck :D
[19:31] <PovAddict> boom
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[19:32] <cehteh> got to the disk encryption prompt, thats good
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[19:32] <cehteh> remote unlockin the pi is in the other room :D
[19:32] <cehteh> i dont wantto move over
[19:33] <cehteh> $ssh root@rpi
[19:33] <cehteh> Linux raspberrypi 3.18.6-v7-ct2+ #3 SMP PREEMPT Sun Feb 15 19:23:56 CET 2015 armv7l
[19:33] <cehteh> works :)
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[19:33] <MY123> This just shows that the RPi is the only ARM board with feature-complete recent kernels
[19:34] <cehteh> feature complete as much as you make them feature complete unfortunally ..
[19:34] <cehteh> stock kernel should have few things more enabled, who cares about few MB more modules
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[19:38] <cehteh> zswap is really a must-have :)
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[20:29] <newke> any1 else have raspberrypi 2? does PiFm work for you?
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[20:30] <MY123> newke: DO NOT USE PIFM
[20:30] <newke> :| i want to
[20:31] <newke> i know all about interference
[20:31] <newke> want to try
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[20:32] <Sonny_Jim> There's a better version of PiFM
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[20:33] <Sonny_Jim> PiFMRDS
[20:33] <newke> oh ok
[20:33] <Sonny_Jim> https://github.com/ChristopheJacquet/PiFmRds
[20:35] <newke> thank you :)
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[20:58] <Guma> I am trying to build qt 5.4.1 branch from git for my Raspberry Pi. I have a problem detecting mtdev. I did install mtdev packages and I am passing -mtdev to ./configure. Any one did see this or did encountered it? My gole is to build qt to run qml apps in full screen mode in eglfs mode.
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[21:02] <H__> I have a flatcable on the GPIO with most wires unconnected. Now if I move my finger nearby, say within 5 cm, it triggers signals on the input sensors that *are* pulled down with a resistor bridge. Is this a known issue ? What can I do about it other than cut-off the unused wires close to the connector ?
[21:04] <Sonny_Jim> Have you set the interal pulldown resistors?
[21:04] <H__> on the unused wires ? i have not .
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[21:05] <H__> sounds like a good idea to do i guess ;-)
[21:07] <H__> Sonny_Jim: youmeant for the *unused* wires, right ?
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[21:17] <ShorTie> wrap it in aluminum foil maybe ??
[21:18] <PovAddict> is there a tinfoil HAT for the raspi?
[21:18] <PovAddict> :)
[21:18] <Sonny_Jim> What are the input sensors?
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[21:22] <cehteh> can you make a photo from your setup with a flash perhaps? :)
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[21:35] <bandroidx> hi, what kind of module would i want to fire an external relay? i assuming this is not correct as it actually has relays (and i want to use my own 12v relay) http://www.amazon.com/forum//ref=ask_dp_dpmw_al_hza?asin=B0057OC5WK&cdSort=best
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[21:48] <H__> Sonny_Jim: I use two inductive sensors with a resistor bridge to bring their 12V doen to 3.3V
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[21:49] <H__> bandroidx: that looks fine
[21:49] <bandroidx> H__: isnt this module for using the relays on the module?
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[21:51] <bandroidx> i want to drive an external coax relay, specifically this: http://www.rfparts.com/cx600m.html
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[21:57] <Sonny_Jim> Well, you say the problem is that you are waving your finger near the sensors and they trigger, right?
[21:57] <Gadgetoid> Guma: any luck with Qt 5.4.1?
[21:58] * ShorTie thinkz, not sensor, cable
[21:58] <Gadgetoid> Guma: you can get pre-comiled Qt 5 backports for Raspbian from here: http://twolife.be/raspbian/ I've built PropellerIDE against them for Pi and Pi 2, works great
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[21:59] <Sonny_Jim> ShorTie: Doesn't actually say what they are waving their finger near and considering it's trigger the sensor inputs
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[21:59] <H__> Sonny_Jim: near the wires of the unused GPIO pins, not near the wires of the actual sensors (these are fine)
[22:00] <H__> bandroidx: oh sorry, i misunderstood. No idea.
[22:00] <Sonny_Jim> And waving your finger near the unused wires triggers the sensor inputs?
[22:00] <H__> yes
[22:00] <McBride36> do your fingers ahve to be near it?
[22:00] * ShorTie thinkz, thats me, a day late and a dollar short
[22:00] <H__> unless I use pull_up_down=GPIO.PUD_DOWN as you hinted on the sensor input pins
[22:01] <Sonny_Jim> Well, use that then ;-)
[22:01] <Sonny_Jim> It's kinda what it's for
[22:01] <H__> well yes LOL, I wonder why most examples are without the pull_up_down option
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[22:07] <sundhaug92> What GPIO.BOARD-numbers equal /sys/class/gpio/gpio23 and /sys/class/gpio/gpio24?
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[22:10] <Datalink> http://pi.gadgetoid.com/pinout is a good reference guide for pinouts, including the hardware mapping sundhaug92, also useful for other embedded systems
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[22:17] <sundhaug92> Is there a way to monitor all GPIO-inputs?
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[22:19] <Steve_Jobs> hi there
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[22:19] <Steve_Jobs> I'm trying gpio and added pins 3, 4 and 7 for input
[22:20] <Steve_Jobs> I'm using a watch -n 0.1 cat /sys/class/gpio/gpio3/value
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[22:22] <Steve_Jobs> can I connect the +3.3v directly to pin 7?
[22:22] <Steve_Jobs> or do I always need to use a resistor to test?
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[22:31] <Matt> I think it's generally recommended to throw a resistor in there
[22:32] <Steve_Jobs> right.. problem.. don't have any
[22:32] <Steve_Jobs> not sure if my motion sensor is working
[22:32] <Steve_Jobs> need to test if the pi is working
[22:32] <Steve_Jobs> what's the safest way?
[22:32] <Steve_Jobs> 3.3 or gnd to one of the signal pins?
[22:33] <McBride36> do you have a multimeter?
[22:34] <Steve_Jobs> nope.. not working from home so hands tied
[22:34] <Steve_Jobs> hence I'm here
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[22:38] <McBride36> Steve_Jobs, do you have wiringPi installed?
[22:39] <Steve_Jobs> nope
[22:40] <Steve_Jobs> but just rebooted the pi
[22:40] <Steve_Jobs> sensor works!
[22:40] <Steve_Jobs> not sure how to program it for different delays...
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[22:42] <Sonny_Jim> What do you mean?
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[22:58] <McBride36> Steve_Jobs, what do you mean?
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[23:06] <Steve_Jobs> aparently, you can program the sensor itself to set back to zero after half a second or up to 10 seconds
[23:07] <Steve_Jobs> so while I have your attention, what's a good place to get wireless "cards" for pis?
[23:08] <Steve_Jobs> I want to have at least one pi per room equiped with motion sensor, camera, etc.
[23:09] <PovAddict> Steve_Jobs: this one is supported and ridiculously tiny http://www.amazon.com/Edimax-EW-7811Un-150Mbps-Raspberry-Supports/dp/B003MTTJOY/
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[23:19] <McBride36> agreed with PovAddict
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[23:27] <Syliss> boo on 2.4ghz
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[23:28] <PigFlu> Hey, anyone know i can connect my pi to the internet through a 3g modem or something?
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[23:29] <Syliss> duh
[23:29] <Syliss> you just need the stuffs
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[23:31] <Grachev> I'm looking into getting an additional USB-ethernet device and a USB Wifi-dongle for my Model B to make it into a Wifi AP and residential gateway. Does anyone have any experience with a pair of ethernet and wifi USB devices that can be powered directly from the RPi together? Or is this an unrealistic project without a powered hub?
[23:32] <ed_t> why is the rpi kernel using the 8192cu module instead of the WORKing (at least here) rtl8192cu/rtl_usb/rtl8192c_common combo in mainline???
[23:33] <PigFlu> will my pi be able to get video input from a camera, run a webserver where is streams the video through a webpage, and also run a webbrowser that displays this stream on hdmi?
[23:33] <ed_t> the dongle works fine on my x86_64 box, same kernel version on rpi uses the wrong module and does not have the corrent modules built
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[23:36] <Syliss> Grachev: you will need a hub, wont be enough power
[23:36] <Syliss> plus if you plan on using any high amounts of traffic, it will fail
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[23:37] <ShorTie> Grachev, that is gonna be a killer on the usb bandwidth, lan functions are not the pi's high point, imho
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[23:38] <PigFlu> is there anywhere to get the pi 2 nowadays?
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[23:38] <ShorTie> sure, lots
[23:38] <PigFlu> where?
[23:38] <PigFlu> all the stores in norway are sold out man
[23:39] <BurtyB> cpc has them in stock the UK according to their site
[23:39] <ShorTie> don't know about stores in Norway, online at like rs and other UK based places
[23:39] <BurtyB> ah no it doesn't sorry that was an old browser window
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[23:41] <PigFlu> ;_;
[23:41] <ShorTie> sorry
[23:41] <McBride36> heh
[23:41] <McBride36> wait a month, it'll be back in stock
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[23:43] <ShorTie> i got mine like 10 days before it was suppose to ship from Newark
[23:43] <Grachev> Syliss: Ok, thanks
[23:44] <ShorTie> ordered monday, had it saterday
[23:44] <Grachev> ShorTie: LAN traffic will just go over a switch, not through the pi
[23:45] <ShorTie> thats like not what you said i think, doesn't a ap constitute lan traffic ??
[23:46] <ShorTie> that ap will be slow at best is my concerns
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[23:47] <ShorTie> (2) 2-way traffic atleast over the usb bandwidth
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[23:47] <Grachev> ShorTie: The wifi will mostly be to connect my phone with the internet
[23:47] <PigFlu> link to anyone who sells the pi 2 please?
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[23:48] <ShorTie> pimora i think has them
[23:48] <djazz> I just pushed my first python lib to github! https://github.com/daniel-j/Adafruit-Si4713-RPi :D
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[23:48] <ShorTie> try it, any device with linux drivers should work
[23:48] <Syliss> PigFlu: check raspberrypi.org
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[23:52] <PigFlu> nvm, found a store here that has them
[23:52] <PigFlu> gonna go down there tomorrow and buy one
[23:52] <PigFlu> they have 3 left :o
[23:52] <McBride36> you should go now!
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[23:53] <ShorTie> 'Wifi AP and residential gateway', sortta sounds like (3) 2 way traffic to me, gonna kill the usb
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[23:54] <ShorTie> but sounds like a fun project
[23:54] <ShorTie> to setup atleast
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