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IRC Log for 2015-02-23

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[0:00] <Nine_9> it's going to be ugly to have two supplies though
[0:00] <Nine_9> well, sure I could use a single supply, but I don't want to disassemble the one i'm using for the pi
[0:01] <Nine_9> perhaps I could make an y adaptor
[0:01] <[Saint]> Aha, sorry, my mistake, its 1.2A, not 2.1A
[0:02] <[Saint]> add/change max_usb_current=1
[0:02] <Nine_9> don't want to burn my disc though... is it safe to just connect it directly to something like a USB charger?
[0:02] <Nine_9> [Saint]: in config file?
[0:02] <[Saint]> the drive has its own current limiting, and, yes.
[0:02] <Milenko> O_o
[0:02] <Nine_9> [Saint]: nice. thank you :)
[0:03] <Nine_9> what about usb flash drives?
[0:03] <[Saint]> None of them need more than 500mA
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[0:04] <Tenkawa> hey all
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[0:04] <[Saint]> You can also poke the "magic hidden GPIO pin" in software for current limiting via setting pin 38 high.
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[0:05] <[Saint]> That way, it won't survive a reset, so, better for testing I guess - but this is safe anyway.
[0:05] <codestorm> Sonny_Jim: thanks
[0:05] <Nine_9> [Saint]: nice. thanks
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[0:06] <codestorm> I'm not sure how complicated it'll get, probably not very. Just fetching images, maybe some text, at most a fade animation
[0:06] <Sonny_Jim> I would look into using SDL2
[0:06] <Sonny_Jim> Lots of tutorials and it's easy enough to use
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[0:06] <Sonny_Jim> Although you'll have to compile SDL2 as it's not in the Raspbian repository yet, only SDL1
[0:06] <Nine_9> in fact i'm going to use another 2 usb devices, (flash drive and logitech nano wireless receiver) so I think i'm not even going to try hacking the power stuff in my pi, i'm just going to make an external supply for the HDD
[0:06] <[Saint]> in wiringpi, you could so (someone please correct my syntax - its been a while): gpio -g write 38 0; gpio -g mode 38 out; gpio -g write 38 1
[0:07] <Nine_9> thank you for the help nonetheless. really appreciated.
[0:07] <[Saint]> (that might seem weird but I'm making sure the pin is set low first, then output mode, then pulling it high)
[0:07] <[Saint]> but for your purposes, I would think it better to use the config.txt method.
[0:07] <codestorm> Sonny_Jim: I'll google it
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[0:08] <Sonny_Jim> Actually, it depends on what languages you know
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[0:08] <Sonny_Jim> If it's your first attempt at coding, maybe Python would be a better choiec
[0:08] <Sonny_Jim> as SDL2 is C/C++
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[0:10] <Nine_9> [Saint]: well, the HDD is rated 850mA, no idea on the nano receiver and flash drive
[0:10] <Nine_9> too much, although i really doubt there's a real risk of damage
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[0:11] <codestorm> I'm an experienced coder. I was actually considering trying to do it in the Elixir language, but i just don't know how to do things graphically on linux/RPi
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[0:11] <Nine_9> I mean, what could happen? I only see unjustifiable paranoia on the net.
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[0:12] <Sonny_Jim> Ah then I would suggest SDL2, as it's portable between Android/Apple/PC/ARM etc
[0:12] <[Saint]> Nine_9: its best to assume that both will be consuming the full allocation, so, 500mA, or 1A for both. Putting you at almost 2A of draw.
[0:12] <[Saint]> Which is...a lot.
[0:12] <Nine_9> yeah
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[0:13] <codestorm> just wondering - how would you do it in Python?
[0:13] <Nine_9> the flash drive is rated 100mA though
[0:13] <[Saint]> Its probable that the only way you're going to power that HDD with the pi is via a Y-cable (do you know what that is?).
[0:13] <Sonny_Jim> Dunno, I've never coded in python. Seems a popular language for the Pi though
[0:13] <[Saint]> EVen then, its not leaving much room for anything else.
[0:13] <codestorm> ah ok
[0:13] <[Saint]> You'd have to pick between the wifi and the flash drive.
[0:14] <Nine_9> [Saint]: like, connecting 2 ports on a single device?
[0:14] <[Saint]> correct.
[0:14] <Nine_9> but, will that make any difference, i mean, are they independent?
[0:14] <[Saint]> One cable just had power lines, the ohter power+data.
[0:14] <Nine_9> yeah, i understand
[0:14] <[Saint]> *other
[0:15] <Nine_9> will that work though?
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[0:15] <[Saint]> Yes.
[0:16] <[Saint]> But it is infinitely better for you to use a dedicated powered hub.
[0:16] <ozzzy> hehe... just got the pi2 and 320G usb drive talking
[0:18] <ozzzy> awesome
[0:19] <Nine_9> [Saint]: I don't have any externally powered usb hub around, so I think it's best to just connect the flash and nano transmitter directly to the pi and wire an adaptor for the HDD that way I don't need to shop for stuff
[0:19] <Nine_9> I have a bunch of 1mA usb supplies around
[0:19] <Nine_9> i think they're safe for the HDD
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[0:20] <Nine_9> in fact nope, I'm going to connect the same supply used on the Pi as it's rated 5mA
[0:20] <Nine_9> 5A
[0:20] <ozzzy> I have a 2A supply from my Nexus7 that I use
[0:21] <[Saint]> You almost certainly will not be able to connect all these peripherals at once.
[0:21] <[Saint]> But, you can try.
[0:21] <ozzzy> now to get ntfs working
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[0:21] <Tenkawa> ozzzy: got my rpis finally
[0:21] <Tenkawa> all online
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[0:22] * [Saint] wonders how many people rushed out to get the rpi2 only to discover the ODROID C1 and then felt like kicking themselves in the bum.
[0:22] <[Saint]> I imagine "a lot".
[0:23] <McBride36> rpi has a better community behind it htough
[0:23] <McBride36> well...bigger
[0:23] <[Saint]> I mean, the raspi 2 is cool and all, but, to put it in a somewhat amusing analogy - "its like putting lipstick on a pig"
[0:24] <Tenkawa> either box really depends on what you are willing to put into it
[0:24] <[Saint]> Community becomes somewhat irrelevant once you're able to run a common distro straight out of the box.
[0:24] <[Saint]> I mean, debian and Android both have communities that outshine the raspi by orders of magnitude.
[0:24] <[Saint]> raspi's need for a community came about mostly due to the weird nature of the distribution.
[0:25] <Peio> what's so much better with the C1 [Saint]?
[0:25] <[Saint]> But, I digress.
[0:26] <Tenkawa> I might get a few C1's too however I'm quite happy with the rpis so far
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[0:26] <[Saint]> Peio: ask Google. Primarily, USh-I sdcard (a lot faster), optional eMMC module ( waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay faster), gigabit ethernet, and - running Android.
[0:26] <[Saint]> *UHS-I
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[0:27] <Peio> thing is with a pi you're sure there will still be support 3y from now
[0:28] <[Saint]> In fact, I have a very early mostly working 5.0.2 Android image booting on it presently, but its not ready for the light of day just yet - too many nasty hacks and development related security holes for prime-time just yet.
[0:28] <[Saint]> Peio: the same is true with Debian and Android.
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[0:28] <[Saint]> Neither of those are going anywhere
[0:29] <Triffid_Hunter> [Saint]: I doubt that a UHS-1 card would be any faster than a class 2 or class 4 for random 4k write
[0:30] <[Saint]> And in a world where people are only doing random writes, I would agree with you.
[0:30] <Tenkawa> cheers all.. bbl
[0:30] <Peio> is there a debian for it ? all I see is ubuntu
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[0:30] <[Saint]> However, this is the real world, where contiguous reads and writes in large form are a fact of life.
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[0:30] <Peio> on a computer like that, not really
[0:30] <Peio> I never write big files to my sd
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[0:31] <[Saint]> You can trivially spin up a debian image for this, and Ubuntu is just Debian with an ugly skin on it, really. That's my point. Ubuntu needs Debian to exist in turn.
[0:31] <Peio> apparently ubuntu depends hardkernel's dev for the kernel
[0:32] <Peio> I wouldn't trust support 3y from now
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[0:32] <Peio> from a company that will probably have newer products they'll want to push
[0:32] <Peio> gigabit ethernet is cool though
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[0:34] <[Saint]> The not bat-crap insane GPU running the show is also very cool.
[0:34] <[Saint]> But a lot of people don't seem to care about that, which sucks.
[0:35] <Nine_9> what's wrong with the gpu?
[0:35] <[Saint]> Errr, that's worded weirdly. "The GPU isn't bat-crap insane, and its not running the show, and that's also very cool."
[0:35] <[Saint]> - much better.
[0:35] <Nine_9> oh, ok :)
[0:36] <[Saint]> I hope one day Broadcom gives up the keys to the kindom, as it were, but I sincerely doubt it'll happen.
[0:36] <[Saint]> *kingdom
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[0:48] <ozzzy> http://ozzzy.dyndns.org:8080/rpi-hdd.html
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[0:49] <Nine_9> ozzzy: config hack?
[0:50] <[Saint]> Not necessarily.
[0:51] <[Saint]> Some external drives are happy to run from ~500mA (or less).
[0:51] <ozzzy> max_usb_power=1
[0:51] <ozzzy> wouldn't run before the config.txt change
[0:51] <[Saint]> Well, looks like I killed two birds with one stone today then huh? ;)
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[0:54] <Nine_9> still not convinced my samsung hdd is going to work :P. ozzzy what is that HDD rated and what are the other stuff connected to the other USB ports?
[0:55] <Nine_9> i see something like a wifi adapter and a usb flash drive
[0:55] <ozzzy> who knows what it's rated at... it's an older usb2 drive and that's a wifi adapter running next to it
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[0:55] <ozzzy> the flash drive isn't plugged in
[0:55] <Nine_9> hmmm... interesting... I'm pretty sure the wifi adapter is power hungry :)
[0:56] <ozzzy> probably
[0:56] <ozzzy> most are
[0:56] <ozzzy> with my b if I plugged anything in while it was running it would reset
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[0:57] <Nine_9> is that the pi2?
[0:57] <Syliss> thats why i would use a usb power injector or hub
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[0:58] <Nine_9> Syliss: but I think that is not the pi b he's talking about.
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[0:59] <Syliss> doesnt matter, they all have issues with passing power down
[1:00] <ozzzy> well.. mounting the drive in /var/www/files appears to work
[1:00] <ozzzy> the little Pi might be a 1/2 decent web server
[1:00] <ozzzy> or file server
[1:01] <abnormal> or app server
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[1:01] <Syliss> just remember that the nic and usb share the same pipe so speeds slow down when using them
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[1:07] <ozzzy> it's transferring 4.5MB/sec from the drive across the to the desktop using sftp
[1:08] <ozzzy> that'll work
[1:08] <ozzzy> 5.1MB/sec
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[1:16] <ozzzy> I'm impressed
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[1:23] <ozzzy> watching a video from the US drive on the Pi
[1:23] <ozzzy> er... USB
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[1:34] <geosmin> has anyone set up BFQ on their pi?
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[1:41] <teclo-> hi I've read this http://www.raspberrypi.org/web-browser-released/ ... I suppose that I need to upgrade to Debian jessie before doing aptitude install epiphany-browser ?
[1:41] <ozzzy> I dumped epiphany and installed chromium
[1:42] <teclo-> ah
[1:42] <teclo-> isn't chromium too slow on a Pi ?
[1:42] <[Saint]> vastly
[1:42] <[Saint]> anhoo - you can always check.
[1:42] <[Saint]> 'apt-cache search epiphany-browser'
[1:42] <ozzzy> it works
[1:43] <geosmin> i'm thinking of compiling a kernel on the pi...
[1:43] <geosmin> how long could that take
[1:43] <acidjazz> 16 weeks
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[1:44] <geosmin> could i compile it on an x86_64 machine?
[1:44] <[Saint]> Nah, it'll only take 15 weeks, 6 days, 23 hours, and 59 minutes.
[1:44] <[Saint]> Geeez man, get it right.
[1:44] * ozzzy is used to Mosaic on a 286.... Chromium on a Pi is zippy
[1:45] <[Saint]> I believe you could do it in qemu.
[1:45] <[Saint]> but pure crosscompilation for the kernel is messy, and doesn't work out for a reason I've long since forgotten.
[1:46] <ozzzy> the Pi 2 is fast enough to start the compile at bedtime
[1:46] <geosmin> so it looks like kernel comp takes about 12h30m
[1:47] <quantumfoam> met a guy today who is looking at putting together and selling nicely packaged (like, would look good next to nice stereo equpiment) RPi-based game consoles
[1:47] <quantumfoam> for emulation
[1:47] <geosmin> meh
[1:47] <quantumfoam> why would compiling a kernel take that long?
[1:47] <quantumfoam> isn't there an ARM-optimized compiler?
[1:47] <geosmin> that'd be compiling on the pi itself
[1:48] <geosmin> is a 850 overclock unreasonable?
[1:48] <quantumfoam> might need a passive heatsink but yes
[1:48] <geosmin> i've got heatsinks, but i'mhoping to shave off.... some time
[1:48] <quantumfoam> you could compile it on the Pi
[1:48] <quantumfoam> I don't see why not
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[1:48] <geosmin> gonna go ahead and ask again
[1:48] <geosmin> i overclocked to 850
[1:48] <[Saint]> Oh God. No. Just....No.
[1:48] <quantumfoam> you would probably need to install some packages that are not on there by default
[1:48] <geosmin> shouldi be scapred?
[1:48] <[Saint]> Get that heat sync garbage right out of your head.
[1:49] <Triffid_Hunter> geosmin: I think setting up a cross compiler would take less time than compiling natively
[1:49] <quantumfoam> not that I can think of
[1:49] <quantumfoam> besides which
[1:49] <jonesinator> cross compiling ftw
[1:49] <geosmin> [Saint]: do tell
[1:49] <quantumfoam> why would you want to recompile it?
[1:49] <quantumfoam> a lot of work has already gone into it
[1:49] <quantumfoam> e.g. raspbian
[1:49] <[Saint]> There is _absolutely_ no need for a heat sync on the pi, at all, period.
[1:49] <keetrainchild> I compiled my kernel natively, but that was on a RPi2. I think it took an hour or two.
[1:49] <OffensiveUser> lol
[1:50] <quantumfoam> [Saint]: it isn't out of the question for a higher-clocked ARM-based processor to need cooling
[1:50] <keetrainchild> For the 1, it would probably take much longer, so like others said, cross-compiling is a good idea.
[1:50] <ozzzy> if I want to use my USB monitor I need a kernel recompile
[1:50] <[Saint]> It is, completely.
[1:50] <quantumfoam> no it isn't, it exists. in ARM-based server blades.
[1:50] <[Saint]> Its a chipset for embedded applications, it has its own thermal management.
[1:50] <Triffid_Hunter> quantumfoam: yeah, but the chip on the RPi is actually the ram, the CPU is sandwiched underneath it. putting a heatsink on the ram isn't going to help
[1:50] <[Saint]> It won;t even /start/ to care until it gets to 80C.
[1:50] <[Saint]> So...just...no.
[1:50] <quantumfoam> it would help some
[1:50] <keetrainchild> There are some instructions at http://wiki.gentoo.org/wiki/Raspberry_Pi .
[1:50] <[Saint]> No.
[1:51] <geosmin> [Saint]: well, okay. but i DID notice idle temp went from ~47 to ~37
[1:51] <quantumfoam> and yes it would help with overclocking because you could keep the chip from throttling itself
[1:51] <[Saint]> geosmin: that's nice, but, irrelevant.
[1:51] <geosmin> if it doesn't care below <80 that's moot, but it's still nice
[1:51] <quantumfoam> ...
[1:51] <quantumfoam> it is NOT irrelevant
[1:51] * OffensiveUser grabs popcorn
[1:51] <[Saint]> 10 degrees here makes precisely no difference whatsoever.
[1:51] <geosmin> it does if you're at 90 :)
[1:51] <[Saint]> You basically bought an irrelevant hunk of shiny metal.
[1:51] <quantumfoam> semiconductors perform better at lower temperatures, period. the difference may not be that big, but it is there.
[1:52] <quantumfoam> and it protects it from electromigration
[1:52] <geosmin> [Saint]: maybe, they were included with a 3$ case i bought from china. i'm not complaining
[1:52] <keetrainchild> Also, lower temperatures can prolong the life of the chip.
[1:52] <quantumfoam> yes
[1:52] <[Saint]> Oh my god...wow. Just...wow.
[1:52] <quantumfoam> what keetrainchild said
[1:52] <[Saint]> I've got a lovely tinfoil hat I can sell you too.
[1:52] <quantumfoam> are you an electrical engineer?
[1:53] <OffensiveUser> I got some silver speaker cables for u too
[1:53] <OffensiveUser> copper core silver plated usb cables
[1:53] <quantumfoam> there is quite a bit of hifi stuff that is wanking
[1:53] <[Saint]> I am a trade certified electrician, actually, yes.
[1:53] * ozzzy is a certified nut
[1:53] <quantumfoam> I would wager I've read just as much or more than you have, and I understand the physics as well.
[1:54] <[Saint]> But that's irrelevant. The pi does not need a heat sync, period, even if you're overclocking to insane values.
[1:54] <SirLagz> hai
[1:54] <ozzzy> those little heat sinks they give away are useless anyway
[1:54] <[Saint]> Indeed.
[1:54] <quantumfoam> the performance of microprocessors degrades at higher temperatures. well before their "cut off" point.
[1:54] <ali1234> it doesn't need a heatsink because it has a thermal cut out
[1:54] <geosmin> ozzzy: i wouldn't call -10C useless
[1:54] <OffensiveUser> i think they add to the aesthetic
[1:54] <ozzzy> yep... they look l33t
[1:54] <[Saint]> Let alone the fact that unless its a pi 2 you'd be putting it on the RAm package...
[1:55] <OffensiveUser> also provide peace of mind for the user
[1:55] <ozzzy> they didn't do a thing for my B
[1:55] <quantumfoam> open op a recent dual core ARM-based router
[1:55] <ali1234> because ram doesn't generate heat, right? everyone knows that...
[1:55] <quantumfoam> notice that there is a heatsink
[1:55] <[Saint]> ozzzy: right, because it would be sitting on the RAM, not the CPU.
[1:55] <geosmin> [Saint]: actually i've got 3! one on each chip
[1:55] <quantumfoam> heat is conducted through the entire package
[1:55] <quantumfoam> rather efficiently in fact
[1:55] * geosmin shovels popcorn into his mouth
[1:55] <[Saint]> Wow man. You're extra l337 then... ;)
[1:55] <quantumfoam> that's one of the main reasons they stacked them
[1:56] <geosmin> [Saint]: you''re saying if you had em lying around you'd chuck em in the garbage?
[1:56] <Triffid_Hunter> I thought they stacked them because they're designed to be stacked, and the CPU doesn't make much heat in the first place?
[1:56] <quantumfoam> anyway
[1:56] * ozzzy chucked them in the garbage
[1:56] <quantumfoam> geosmin: put a tiny bit of arctic silver compound on there
[1:56] <quantumfoam> passive heatsink
[1:56] <quantumfoam> you're good to go
[1:56] <[Saint]> It doesn't change the fact that it won;t even start to care about limiting until 80C, won't bother about thermal shutdown until 85C, and doesn't need a heat sync, at all, period. You should take a look at how hot your phone's CPU runs one day.
[1:57] <OffensiveUser> geosmin, if i got some i'd stick em on there for looks
[1:57] <ozzzy> now... my Atom cooks along at 80C all the time.... it's where it lives
[1:57] <[Saint]> Better add a heat sync there too eh hun?
[1:57] <ozzzy> sometimes 90
[1:57] <ozzzy> 90C with 100% load
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[1:57] <[Saint]> right, the limits for the pi here are very conservative. Its rated much higher.
[1:57] <quantumfoam> my Edison has...GUESS WHAT. A HEATSINK.
[1:57] <[Saint]> It doesn't care at all.
[1:57] <OffensiveUser> well apple has a patent for fans in phones
[1:57] <quantumfoam> shared by all the parts, but still
[1:57] <ali1234> someone the other day tried to tell me phones don't have heat sinks in them
[1:57] <ali1234> i don't remember who it was
[1:57] <quantumfoam> and shit it's clocked lower than the Rpi
[1:58] <SirLagz> I'm pretty sure somewhere that Dom and James were talking about how the Pi operates better *without* a heatsink
[1:58] <SirLagz> I could be remembering wrong though
[1:58] <ali1234> SirLagz: i hope so because that make no sense
[1:58] <ali1234> at the very worst it will do absolutely nothing
[1:58] <[Saint]> Nice work trying to justify your irrelevant point of view hun, but...no. Sanity abounds in this place.
[1:58] <SirLagz> the chipset was designed to work at warm temperatures because it's designed for embedded applications.
[1:59] <ali1234> come off it
[1:59] <ali1234> that's BS
[1:59] <OffensiveUser> the leet looks of heatsinks makes the pi perform better
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[1:59] <ali1234> apart from anything else, a heat sink will never get it below room temperature
[1:59] <ozzzy> and racing stripes make your car go faster
[2:00] <OffensiveUser> does anyone want to buy some silver usb cables for pi power supplies
[2:00] <[Saint]> ali1234: that's actually not true, many of the crappier heat syncs out there just add more mass, and as such, give it more ability to retain heat. SirLagz was quite correct.
[2:00] <OffensiveUser> the marginally lower impedance totally justifies the price I swear
[2:00] <[Saint]> It is quite possible for them to make things /worse/.
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[2:01] <ali1234> [Saint]: your nonsense contradicts the laws of thermodynamics
[2:01] <OffensiveUser> stick pennies to your pi
[2:01] <[Saint]> If you think that, there's no point in this discussion.
[2:01] <geosmin> oh god i think i started a flame war
[2:01] <[Saint]> Its not nonsense, nor a contradiction to thermodynamic law.
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[2:02] <SirLagz> the only situation where a *good* heatsink would actually be useful is if youre overvolting the CPU
[2:02] <SirLagz> if you're just loading the CPU up, you don't need a heatsink.
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[2:02] <[Saint]> adding more mass with a lower thermal coefficient is only going to make it retain more heat. By disallowing its ability to easily dissipate. That's common sense you're trying to argue right there.
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[2:04] <OffensiveUser> but aren't the fins creating a much larger area from which the heat can dissipate
[2:04] <OffensiveUser> also aren't those sink usually made from aluminum or copper?
[2:04] <SirLagz> OffensiveUser: if the heatsink is actually a good heatsink, then yes
[2:04] <ali1234> of course
[2:04] <OffensiveUser> define bad heatsink
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[2:05] <SirLagz> metal that's full of holes
[2:05] <OffensiveUser> or show an example i suppose
[2:05] <SirLagz> I chucked it :P
[2:05] <geosmin> [Saint]: i think you're wrong on that. air is a good insulator, and you're increasing surface contact with it
[2:05] <ali1234> a heatsink made out of some highly insulating ceramic? ie something that doesn't exist
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[2:06] <SirLagz> ali1234: painted ceramic heatsink ? :P
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[2:06] <geosmin> it's the cheapest heatsink you could fine and it's making the Pi's CPU run 10C cooler. whether or not that's useless isn't the point, it works. real world example
[2:06] <geosmin> and you're argueing it'd add heat
[2:08] <OffensiveUser> a badly made one
[2:08] <OffensiveUser> was the argument
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[2:09] <OffensiveUser> idk what that entails though as even the cheapest heatsinks will probably be aluminium
[2:09] <OffensiveUser> which'd have better heat transference between it and the chip than air
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[2:10] <OffensiveUser> like I said, I just think they look nice and if that temp decrease gives people peace of mind it's worth the 2ish dollars i've seen copper sinks go for
[2:10] <ali1234> theoretically you could make it so large that the surface area is no longer enough to keep up with it's heat capacity
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[2:11] <geosmin> OffensiveUser: 32 dollars!?
[2:11] <geosmin> 21*
[2:11] <geosmin> jesus
[2:11] <OffensiveUser> 2 ish
[2:11] <geosmin> again, mine were "free" with a 3$ case
[2:11] <geosmin> ah
[2:11] <geosmin> 2ish, my bad
[2:11] <OffensiveUser> I think i saw them for lower than 2 on fasttech
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[2:11] <kevin> hi guys. so i am seeing the little colored square on my tv. i read that it means the rpi doesnt have enough power. but i'm using a 2-amp power source... thoughts?
[2:11] <OffensiveUser> bad power source?
[2:12] <geosmin> kevin: do you have a cellphone charger? just try a different cable/adapter
[2:12] <kevin> not to my knowledge. i use it for my phone (galaxy s5). and i've used 2 separate ones
[2:12] <Nine_9> hey guys, any ideas if 4.5v is okay for the pi? can't test it atm and would like to know if it's gonna work
[2:12] <SirLagz> http://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/viewtopic.php?f=63&t=13080&sid=1756138dae3f725abeafd15e5bb42308&start=25 <-- JamesH says no need for heatsinks
[2:12] <OffensiveUser> or a bad cable
[2:12] <kevin> guess i can try a different cable
[2:12] <SirLagz> Nine_9: a bit low
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[2:13] <Nine_9> SirLagz: well... not too much though. I would expect other stuff to work, specially because it's a 10A supply, so no v drop for the pi
[2:14] <Nine_9> but the pi is a little odd when talking bout power
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[2:16] <ozzzy> there is always voltage drop
[2:16] <Nine_9> yeah, but of course it's proportional
[2:18] <Nine_9> I only have 2 power supplies round here, 4.5v and 6v. damn.
[2:18] <geosmin> when applying a scheduler to an encrypted device, do i want to apply it to /dev/sda or /dev/mapper/openedsda?
[2:18] <ozzzy> the voltage drop will be the same with a 2A supply as a 200A supply
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[2:20] <ali1234> empirically, it won't
[2:20] <ali1234> it won't even be the same with two different 2A power supplies
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[2:24] <SirLagz> Nine_9: depending on the power cable, I'd use the 6V power supply and hope the power cable can drop it down enough lol...
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[2:24] <Nine_9> SirLagz: i could use resistors if i knew the load
[2:25] <Nine_9> but i don't, and i guess it's not a good constant
[2:25] <ali1234> what? no, the power cable will have negligible effect
[2:25] <ali1234> unless it's like 100m long
[2:25] <SirLagz> ali1234: obviously you haven't used shitty power cables
[2:26] <ali1234> are those made by the same company that makes heat sinks that make your CPU run hotter?
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[2:28] <Nine_9> well, i found a 5.1v 700ma supply here, perhaps it's enough for the pi :)
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[2:28] <Triffid_Hunter> Nine_9: if it can supply 5.1v and 700mA at the same time, it should be fine.. very few of them do however, the voltage drops long before they hit their rated current
[2:28] <SirLagz> Nine_9: as long as you don't use a crappy WiFi stick on it, it should be fine. I had a 5v 700ma power supply, wouldn't power the Pi with the Wifi stick lol
[2:30] <Nine_9> SirLagz: nope, most of the time the pi will be by itself... occasionally I may plug a usb keyboard and flash drive
[2:30] <SirLagz> Nine_9: yeah that should be fine, as long as the power cable doesn't drop the voltage too much
[2:31] <Nine_9> SirLagz: well, it seems of pretty good quality.
[2:32] <SirLagz> Nine_9: fingers crossed then :D
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[2:33] <Nine_9> yeah, i guess 5.1v won't cause any damage, so the worst can happen is brownout or something
[2:33] <SirLagz> indeed
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[2:39] <Nine_9> when you're powering a usb device from an external source using a y cable, is it safer to disconnect the power pins of the data plug, or i shouldn't care?
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[2:41] <sydney> SirLagz: LOL, 700ma is a standard cellphone charger.
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[2:42] <sydney> Im looking into buying a rpi but havent gotten far.
[2:42] <sydney> They look cool.
[2:42] <SirLagz> sydney: standard from like 4 years ago...
[2:42] <sydney> No, i have new cellphone chargers that still use it.
[2:43] <sydney> new ones.
[2:43] <SirLagz> standard for low end phones then
[2:43] <ali1234> the thing about phone chargers is they don't care about regulating to 5V because the charging circuit inside the phone is going to regulate it to 4.1V anyway
[2:43] <sydney> Oh.
[2:43] <ali1234> hence they dip at nowhere near the rated current
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[2:43] <ali1234> they can supply 700mA or 2A or whatever, just not at 5V
[2:43] <sydney> Would a computer PSU be good in that aspect?
[2:43] <SirLagz> sydney: yep
[2:44] <ali1234> computer power supply high a high potential for mess ups due to all the different wires
[2:44] <sydney> How much electricity does that use? :P
[2:44] <sydney> Not if you have a multimeter...
[2:44] <SirLagz> sydney: don't even need to turn the PSU on, just use the 5V standby power supply :P
[2:44] <sydney> standby power supply?
[2:44] <sydney> The green wire?
[2:44] <sydney> Or what.
[2:45] <SirLagz> I don't remember which wire it is
[2:45] <sydney> I never thought of that.
[2:45] <ali1234> see what i mean?
[2:45] <SirLagz> any new PSU will have some 5v power always on
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[2:46] <sydney> ali1234: Buy a multimeter :P
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[2:47] <SirLagz> sydney: purple
[2:47] <SirLagz> sydney: purple wire is the 5v Standby
[2:47] <Triffid_Hunter> 5VSB is purple from memory
[2:47] <SirLagz> Triffid_Hunter: bingo
[2:47] <Triffid_Hunter> green is PS_ON signal, short to ground (black) to turn the supply on
[2:47] <sydney> Yep, ive shorted them before.
[2:47] <sydney> Ok :)
[2:48] <sydney> How many amps do you get out of it in standby?
[2:48] <Triffid_Hunter> sydney: depends on the supply, but typically they're rated at 1-2A
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[2:49] <sydney> 5.02 volts...
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[2:50] <sydney> Yikes! my other one is 5.11 volts.
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[2:50] <Triffid_Hunter> pi should be happy with up to 5.3
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[2:51] <sydney> last PSU is 5.17 O_O
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[2:52] <ali1234> sydney: at no load...
[2:52] <sydney> Ouch! I have a 120v to 5v and 12v inverter. the 5v is 6.80V!
[2:52] <sydney> 12v is 12.56
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[2:53] <SirLagz> 5v will likely drop down quite a bit when you load it up
[2:53] <sydney> The psu in this set is 7v http://www.ebay.com/itm/SATA-PATA-IDE-Drive-to-USB-2-0-Adapter-Converter-Cable-for-2-5-3-5-Inch-Hard-/281575931276?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item418f3bbd8c
[2:53] <sydney> Well, not that exact set.
[2:54] <sydney> If i buy a rpi i think i will just one of my cellphone chargers.
[2:55] <sydney> How do you hook a psu up to it like that?
[2:55] <SirLagz> I use the GPIO port
[2:56] <sydney> Oh.
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[2:56] <sydney> Ive never used a rpi you see... ;P
[2:57] <sydney> I should try one eventually.
[2:57] <sydney> I want to set up a goat cam... ;)
[2:57] <SirLagz> They're good if you want to do some real world interfacing. Otherwise, a cheap linux box is much the same
[2:57] <ali1234> you don't need a big power supply for a simple wireless camera setup
[2:58] <ali1234> it will use ~500mA
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[2:58] <sydney> real world interfacing?
[2:58] <sydney> Yes, i just snagged a nice used mobo for 20$
[2:58] <sydney> with cpu and ram.
[2:59] <sydney> But its not as exifient.
[2:59] <sydney> eficient*
[2:59] <SirLagz> sydney: thinks like temperature sensors, motion sensors, robotics etc, that's what a Pi is good for
[2:59] <jamesd_> ah yes... sata to usb connectors for pi's.. yes you two can acess 2TB of data over a 20MB usb link.. where uploading your data takes weeks, and so does downloads ;-p
[2:59] <sydney> Yeah, hobbies.
[2:59] <sydney> It would be neat if RPI had a sata port like bananna pi and more than 1 gig of ram, even though 1 is nice.
[3:00] <sydney> I ran 1 for a year on this box :P
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[3:00] <sydney> Slow...
[3:00] <sydney> Swap...
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[3:00] <SirLagz> sydney: yep. for a cam, I'd just use a linux box lol. Though if power is a concern then the Pi 2 might be a good bet
[3:00] <sydney> And they are power eficient.
[3:01] <OffensiveUser> ooo farnell sells the pi2 at rrp
[3:01] <sydney> its jsut a cam :P
[3:01] <ali1234> the A+ is the most power efficient
[3:01] <SirLagz> sydney: are you going to buy a Pi 2 ?
[3:01] <sydney> No.
[3:01] <OffensiveUser> I am
[3:01] <sydney> It sounds fun...
[3:02] <OffensiveUser> I need some stuff from farnell anyway
[3:02] <ali1234> i think the goat might protest if you try to strap a tower case to it
[3:02] <SirLagz> I want a Pi 2 to see what it can do
[3:03] <OffensiveUser> I wanna see if it beats a psp in n64 emulation tbh
[3:03] <SirLagz> The Pi Model B couldn't handle motion as well as I would've liked
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[3:04] <ali1234> the A+ can stream h264 720p in real time on ~300mA
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[3:04] <ppq> i would consider using an old smartphone for something as simple as recording video. good opportunity to learn about python on android. also, it's probably the most power efficient and can survive power outages. or send a text if motion is detected, etc
[3:05] <ali1234> also GPS so you can track your goat
[3:05] <ppq> :) yea
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[3:06] <SirLagz> ppq: I thought about doing that, but then I'd be paying for a mobile plan that would perhaps send a text perhaps once every few weeks lol
[3:06] <ppq> no prepaid available?
[3:06] <SirLagz> ppq: the credit would expire every 30 days for the cheaper one, so no point
[3:07] <SirLagz> for the cheaper prepaid plans
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[3:07] <SirLagz> ppq: so it'd be much the same as being on a plan anyway
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[3:07] <ppq> huh, okay
[3:07] <ali1234> three's 3-2-1 plan would be perfect for this
[3:08] <SirLagz> ppq: the ones that don't expire in 30 days, you're paying like $200 for credit to expire in a year, which if you don't use any, you've just wasted $200
[3:08] <ali1234> 2p/text and 1p/megabyte 4G, and no expiry on credit
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[3:08] <Tenkawa> hi al
[3:08] <Tenkawa> l
[3:08] <ppq> where i live prepaid is nearly always the better option. much cheaper and doesn't expire in a year or so
[3:08] <SirLagz> ppq: where do you live ?
[3:08] <ppq> germany
[3:08] <SirLagz> ah I see
[3:08] <sydney> ali1234: Not on the goat!
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[3:09] <sydney> A camera to watch the goat without going outside.
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[3:09] <SirLagz> sydney: I'd buy the Pi with the Pi Cam for that
[3:10] <Tenkawa> Anyone done any testing with the rpi2 on different quality sd cards?
[3:12] <Sonny_Jim> Setting up a openttd server on my Pi :-)
[3:12] <SirLagz> Sonny_Jim: haha nice
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[3:14] <Sonny_Jim> [LANG] Compiling language welsh
[3:14] <Sonny_Jim> Well, it's not often you see that!
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[3:30] <rynin> can anyone recommend the best camera for using raspberry pi as a security cam? Thinking USB cam unless the general consensus is to use the ribbon cable cam
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[3:31] <rynin> using pi 2, not wanting to have to use external power
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[3:40] <sydney> SirLagz: But i already have a webcam lying around.
[3:40] <SirLagz> sydney: well if you already have one, then you can always try it out
[3:40] <SirLagz> sydney: I found that the webcams that I used couldn't stream all that well on the Pi
[3:40] <SirLagz> haven't tried the Pi 2 yet though
[3:41] <sydney> Oh. I wonder why.
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[3:45] <SirLagz> sydney: the Pi just didn't have the CPU grunt there to stream well
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[3:47] <sydney> To stream them over ssh?
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[3:49] <SirLagz> sydney: I was using motion though. Perhaps if you used something like ffmpeg, it could stream a bit more efficiently
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[3:49] <SirLagz> I haven't tried with ffmpeg in a while
[3:51] <sydney> Oh well. It wont be this year.
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[3:51] <sydney> Yeah, that sounds odd.
[3:51] <SirLagz> sydney: motion was certainly easier to setup than ffmpeg though
[3:53] <sydney> motion?
[3:54] <SirLagz> sydney: motion is a webcam streaming application, it also detects motion and does things depending on how you've set motiong up
[3:54] <SirLagz> motion*
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[4:01] <sydney> Ah.
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[4:16] <MartyMacGyver> I have a question about the crosstool-NG linaro toolchain used to build the firmware.
[4:17] <MartyMacGyver> The stanard rpi update kernel has a version which tells me "gcc version 4.8.3 20140303 (prerelease) (crosstool-NG linaro-1.13.1+bzr2650 - Linaro GCC 2014.03)" was used to build it.
[4:18] <MartyMacGyver> When I build the same kernel using the tools in raspberrypi/tools, I get a version based on "gcc version 4.8.3 20140106 (prerelease) (crosstool-NG linaro-1.13.1-4.8-2014.01 - Linaro GCC 2013.11)"
[4:20] <MartyMacGyver> Why might that be? Note that I used the gcc-linaro-arm-linux-gnueabihf-raspbian toolchain to build (*not* the x64 version as it's not that way in the docs)
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[4:21] <MartyMacGyver> (I can see the x64 one has a similar version number though)
[4:23] <MartyMacGyver> Scratch that... it *doesn't* have the same version. That answers my question - now to see if the x64 tools require extra parameters or if they just work.
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[5:32] <niston> Marty: you must be Angus' cousin, right? ;-)
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[6:00] <nerdboy> ahoy
[6:01] * nerdboy showing off RPis at SCaLE
[6:01] <nerdboy> fedora booth dude had a cluster of rpi2s :/
[6:01] <nerdboy> now i want some...
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[6:20] <MartyMacGyver> niston: lol
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[7:48] <Sonny_Jim> Weee
[7:49] <Sonny_Jim> openttd server on the Pi seems to be working fine
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[7:58] <MartyMacGyver> Anyone familiar with cross-compiling?
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[8:39] <neure> hi
[8:39] <neure> is there os image optimized for pi2?
[8:40] <mortal> debian jessie
[8:40] <mortal> armv7
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[8:41] <neure> hf?
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[8:46] <MartyMacGyver> I have a cross-compiling question in regards to headers
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[8:57] <shiftplusone> MartyMacGyver, that sounds like like a statement
[8:58] <MartyMacGyver> A statement of pain and misery.
[8:59] <MartyMacGyver> I can cross-compile the RPi kernel and headers from source, create debs and install and run with them successfully...
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[8:59] <MartyMacGyver> but the scripts in /usr/src/linux-headers-3.18.7-v7+/scripts are all native to the host
[8:59] <MartyMacGyver> not to the Pi
[8:59] <MartyMacGyver> (except empty.o FWIW)
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[9:00] <MartyMacGyver> A frustrating last mile to a day of work on this.
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[9:01] <shiftplusone> MartyMacGyver, yup, sounds about right
[9:01] <MartyMacGyver> (because cross-compiling the kernel is rather arcane despite the smattering of docs on the subject)
[9:01] <shiftplusone> cross-compiling the kernel is straight forwards... it's the 'headers' in the debian sense of the term that's arcane.
[9:02] <MartyMacGyver> Building the kernel on the Pi (even the Pi 2) is prohibitive.
[9:02] <shiftplusone> no it isn't
[9:02] <shiftplusone> I have nightly builds set up on a pi 2 with ccace
[9:02] <MartyMacGyver> Yeah... it is, especially with an SD card and weird seg faults.
[9:02] <shiftplusone> *ccache
[9:03] <shiftplusone> compiles a pi 1 and a pi 2 kernels, headers and other packages in about an hour
[9:03] <MartyMacGyver> Hmm.
[9:03] <shiftplusone> I use an external HDD, not the sd card for it
[9:03] <shiftplusone> You can even add distcc in the mix
[9:03] <MartyMacGyver> Yeah, that probably helps, but an end user should be able to just install the header package and move along.
[9:04] <shiftplusone> MartyMacGyver, yes, that's why I started compiling them. They will eventually be official.
[9:04] <MartyMacGyver> so making it easy and fast to cross-compile is the next best thing when the goal is to compile a simple header-based object. Oh?
[9:04] <MartyMacGyver> Are you publishing?
[9:04] <shiftplusone> MartyMacGyver, not yet, but it will eventually be in the raspberrypi.org repo
[9:05] <MartyMacGyver> Well, that's good news then
[9:05] <shiftplusone> I'd like to set up a distcc cluster of pi 2s to speed things up a bit as well >.>
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[9:06] <MartyMacGyver> That'd help I'm sure
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[9:06] <shiftplusone> I'm not convinced. If ccache only brings it down to an hour, the bottleneck is probably in the IO somewhere.
[9:07] <MartyMacGyver> Really, though, except for the scripts the cross compilation seems solid. And 20 minutes total from unbuilt source.
[9:07] <MartyMacGyver> (that's just with 2 cpus allocated to the VM)
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[9:08] <MartyMacGyver> And the kernel today is built that way... it's obvious from /proc/version
[9:09] <shiftplusone> I think it would maybe make sense to split things up a little differently. Compile athe armv7 and armv6 kernels on separate pis, then build the combined package. That should be quicker than distcc.
[9:09] <shiftplusone> *the
[9:09] <MartyMacGyver> True
[9:10] <shiftplusone> Ah well... as long as I have an excuse to set up a pi cluster, I'm happy.
[9:10] <MartyMacGyver> I'm a proponent of cross-compiling just because it'd be fast, before optimizations like ccache even.
[9:10] <shiftplusone> yes, but as you know, it contaminates the headers package.
[9:11] <MartyMacGyver> I'm not sure why that is though... technically it should be able to build a target toolset as well.
[9:11] <MartyMacGyver> FWIW - https://gist.github.com/MartyMacGyver/2ed99ec1e56d60c22519
[9:12] <shiftplusone> The way the build system works is that it builds some tools to compile the rest of the kernel. For example, menuconfig, device tree compiler and so on.
[9:12] <shiftplusone> So some things are native.
[9:12] <MartyMacGyver> Of course.... but I'd cross compile them too for distribution.
[9:12] <MartyMacGyver> This is not a new problem - I just wonder how others have solved it.
[9:13] <shiftplusone> That would be the sensible thing to do.
[9:13] <shiftplusone> Others seem to compile natively
[9:13] <MartyMacGyver> (some targets simply aren't appropriate to compiling natively)
[9:14] <MartyMacGyver> Anyway, that's where I'm stuck. If I managed to get cross compiling to work fully it'd be useful, but if we get header drops with each kernel binary drop that'll work too.
[9:14] <shiftplusone> If you figure something out, please do let me know.
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[9:16] <devslash> what is the default firewall in raspbian
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[9:22] <shiftplusone> Why do you ask?
[9:23] <shiftplusone> iptables might be installed, but not configured to do anything
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[9:23] <devslash> because i opened up a port but cannt connect to it from outside my lan
[9:24] <antoon> afaik raspbian aren't blocking anything
[9:24] <Sonny_Jim> sudo iptables -L
[9:24] <Sonny_Jim> should be empty
[9:25] <Sonny_Jim> Did you portforward on your router to your Pi?
[9:25] <antoon> i'm with Jim on this one, feels like the router might be the problem
[9:26] <devslash> yes
[9:26] <Sonny_Jim> What port?
[9:26] <devslash> a non standard one
[9:27] <antoon> :D
[9:27] <Sonny_Jim> Well, I can't help you if you don't tell me which port
[9:27] <Sonny_Jim> pm me if you wish
[9:27] <antoon> and netcat'ing to it locally works?
[9:28] <antoon> when connecting to it from outside your lan, are you getting timed out or econnrefused?
[9:29] <devslash> i think i fixed it
[9:29] <Sonny_Jim> What was the problem?
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[9:38] <devslash> if im on a non standard port id enter the url as <my external ip>:port number/Directory right ?
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[9:39] <antoon> aye
[9:39] <antoon> 127.0.0.1:8080/images/yourpic.png
[9:39] <antoon> f.ex.
[9:40] <devslash> ok thanks
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[9:45] <Sonny_Jim> Sssh
[9:45] <Sonny_Jim> Can't tell anyone what the non-standard port is
[9:45] <Sonny_Jim> It's like secret
[9:45] <Sonny_Jim> :-p
[9:46] <antoon> I guess he doesn't have any .htacceess/.htpasswd on it. :p
[9:47] <Sonny_Jim> tbf, it's a valid security mechanism
[9:47] <Sonny_Jim> Most masscanners will just look at the defaults
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[9:48] <devslash> yes
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[9:48] <antoon> unless now when he pointed out "i'm running a httplistener on a secret port"
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[10:14] <neure> is external HDD faster than the sdcard?
[10:14] <neure> and what would be the best way to connect external hdd?
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[10:14] <H__> faster in IOPS or B/s ?
[10:14] <neure> both not possible?
[10:16] <H__> i think both are possible, just not sure what feature youre looking for
[10:16] <neure> just wondering if i should get external hdd
[10:16] <neure> feature that i am looking for is.. just optimizing performance
[10:17] <neure> lower compile times for example
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[10:24] <Sonny_Jim> Compiling isn't normally that I/O intensive, unless it's lots of small files
[10:24] <Sonny_Jim> tbh cross-compiling is the best 'optimisation'
[10:24] <Sonny_Jim> A program that takes 3 days to compile on the pi can take less than half an hour on a desktop
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[11:11] <thescatman_> hey someone helped me to configure hexchat before but I can't remember how to do it again... anyone got a second?
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[11:23] <thescatman_> hey someone helped me to configure hexchat before but I can't remember how to do it again... anyone got a second?
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[11:27] <chris_99> might have more luck asking in the hexchat channel?
[11:27] <thescatman_> good idea
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[11:49] <mortal> tell me your rpi2 oc results
[11:49] <mortal> I get with overvolt 6 950 MHz
[11:49] <mortal> no idea if it is the batch or something
[11:50] <mortal> they said significant oc room
[11:50] <mortal> 900 to 950 is not that much
[11:50] <thescatman_> mortal: hm
[11:50] <thescatman_> I'm running at 1100MHz with overvolt 8
[11:50] <mortal> 950 stable
[11:50] <shiftplusone> mortal, they're all different
[11:50] <shiftplusone> I can get to 1050
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[11:50] <mortal> well I will buy a second one soon
[11:50] <thescatman_> shiftplusone: it's nice to know though, i've found such little data on it
[11:51] <thescatman_> I haven't tried going over 1100 though yet, it gets pretty toasty even with a large heatsink
[11:51] <mortal> I have a small ram sink
[11:51] <shiftplusone> thescatman_, define toasty
[11:51] <mortal> 67c full burn temp
[11:52] <mortal> 4core
[11:52] <shiftplusone> that's not at all toasty
[11:52] <thescatman_> 78 (I know it's not near thermal limits)
[11:52] <shiftplusone> 78 is a little more on the toasty side, yeah.
[11:52] <mortal> I will get an i2c 16x2 lcd screen soon
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[11:53] <mortal> I am thinking what I should do with it
[11:53] <mortal> maybe do some scroller
[11:53] <mortal> is it easy to get news headlines somehow
[11:53] <shiftplusone> sure... read an RSS feed
[11:53] <mortal> raspi is very interesting that it has revived UK computer industry
[11:54] <mortal> in the past UK manufactured acorns etc.a
[11:54] <NGC3982> Can the RPI2 suffer heat damage, as the way model B+ could not?
[11:54] <mortal> and I think arm comes from the uk
[11:54] <mortal> too bad they put that crappy binary driver requiring mali thing to arm chips
[11:54] <SpeedEvil> yeah - broadcom is totally a UK company.
[11:55] <Sonny_Jim> Heat damage?
[11:55] <Sonny_Jim> Also, lols at "Assembled in the UK"
[11:55] <NGC3982> Yes. Damage due to clock intensity.
[11:55] <Sonny_Jim> Pfft
[11:55] <Sonny_Jim> Never heard of that
[11:55] <thescatman_> shiftplusone: that is max temp though pretty much
[11:55] <NGC3982> That is why i'm asking
[11:55] <NGC3982> :D.
[11:56] <thescatman_> more like 70 average. thinking if I put a larger mobo HS on it maybe 1200, max...
[11:56] <mortal> wow nice
[11:56] <Sonny_Jim> It has a heatsink on?
[11:56] <mortal> thescatman_: how do you feed power
[11:56] <thescatman_> microUSB (I know, not the best way)
[11:56] <thescatman_> same with the sd card I should be using a usb stick, right
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[11:58] <thescatman_> NGC3982: I've seen the RPi burn out the SD card slot, but that was at something ridiculous like 4GHz. Otherwise I know it can irreparably corrupt SDs
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[12:00] <NGC3982> thescatman_: Yes indeed. That is why i'm asking about the Pi2. Heat is not really an issue on the B+, within the normal overclock limits (default config).
[12:02] <thescatman_> NGC3982: imo go for it. other people here might disagree but all you've really got to lose is £30 lol
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[12:04] <mortal> what was that soldering overclock
[12:04] <mortal> like 1.5 GHz
[12:04] <mortal> with ehm, 1.8v or something
[12:04] <mortal> no idea
[12:05] <thescatman_> soldering oc?
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[12:07] <woox2k> hello. Is there any way to command pi to go into sleep mode for certain time?
[12:08] <Jck_true> woox2k: Sleep mode in what sense?
[12:08] <woox2k> My pi runs on battery and it's only needed like 12hours a day, i would like to put it into sleep mode for the time it is not needed
[12:08] <woox2k> just to conserve power it uses
[12:09] <Jck_true> woox2k: You can't really shut down the CPU from linux - I supposed if you could put the CPU into a powersaving mode if you did bare metal programming
[12:09] <Jck_true> woox2k: But everything else on the board would still be drawing power...
[12:09] <woox2k> so no way to do that from software?
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[12:10] <woox2k> i just assumed it might be possible because it's almost a "real pc" what have this feature :D
[12:10] <pksato> woox2k: no, RPI not have timer to wakeup RPi.
[12:10] <woox2k> okay
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[12:10] <woox2k> then it has to be done with hw
[12:11] <pksato> And, I dont know if have supend mode.
[12:11] <Jck_true> woox2k: if you did bare metal programming you could maybe cook something up - But theres still no way to stop the rest of the hardware on the board
[12:11] <thescatman_> I have an idea
[12:11] <Jck_true> woox2k: Google turned this up on a quick search - Looks rather expensive though - http://spellfoundry.com/
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[12:11] <woox2k> hmm it also has a solar panel attached to the battery, i wonder if i could use that to detect light and power off the pi entirely? it only need to be on in the dark
[12:12] <thescatman_> What if you were to get one of those power timers, then get it to shut down 5 minutes before the power timer turns off, then the power timer will turn on at the specific time
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[12:12] <woox2k> oh that's a bit expensive :(
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[12:13] <Jck_true> woox2k: Yeah - Just remember you need to cut the power to the board completely...
[12:13] <pksato> woox2k: you can use some real time chip, and wire alarm pin to RUN jummper on rpi (need some hw hacking).
[12:13] <Jck_true> A simple "halt" command barely affects your power comsumption
[12:14] <pksato> or, use more complex circuity to cut/uncut power.
[12:14] <woox2k> so reset "jumper" would not work?
[12:15] <woox2k> i have 4 channel relay system for my pi, if i could make up some circuit to detect light and switch on the relay to power the pi
[12:15] <woox2k> as in use the relay backwards, not controlled by pi but controlling the pi
[12:16] <woox2k> i could use one of those 4 channels for that, rest would still be controlled by pi but i wonder how could i do that
[12:16] <woox2k> i know a bit about electronics but that's not enough to know exactly how could i accomplish that task
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[12:17] <pksato> you can build a simple ligh detector using a phototransistor/diode and some logic port.
[12:17] <thescatman_> woox2k: so it's only battery and solar power?
[12:18] <Jck_true> woox2k: To make matters worse you need to signal the pi so it can shutdown cleanly and avoid SD card corruption...
[12:18] <woox2k> oh yeah
[12:18] <woox2k> darn i forgot that
[12:18] <Jck_true> Unless you can mount the card read only...
[12:18] <thescatman_> Otherwise i'd suggest this kinda thing http://www.amazon.com/Sunlite-05003-SU-T200-Heavy-Appliance/dp/B009XS1GJE/ref=zg_bs_495340_4
[12:18] <woox2k> that is not really an option, i need to take pictures
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[12:19] <thescatman_> maybe you can find a USB powered one of them, unless the solar panel is a plug socket one
[12:19] <woox2k> hmm or modify the mains one.... that might also work
[12:19] <Jck_true> What about a china arduino and a 5v relay?
[12:19] <woox2k> i have thought about it but at the moment i'll try to figure out something with things i have
[12:20] <woox2k> arduino would be the last resort
[12:20] <woox2k> i know that would work but it also costs a bit
[12:20] <Jck_true> woox2k: http://www.dx.com/p/itead-arduino-single-channel-relay-module-deep-blue-305518?Utm_rid=58973692&Utm_source=affiliate
[12:20] <thescatman_> actually if you could mod the mains one that could work and would be a lot easier...
[12:21] <Jck_true> thescatman_: Nice one
[12:21] <woox2k> i already have a 4channel relay like i said, it is also compatible with arduino
[12:22] <woox2k> mains one has logic running in decent voltages anyway, i would just have to modify the power supply
[12:22] <woox2k> i did it it my mains motion sensor once
[12:23] <thescatman_> I'm hoping the lapdock I picked up is going to give out enough power to my Pi 2 now it's overclocked actually :|
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[12:25] <woox2k> another quick idea, how fast i can make my pi boot?
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[12:25] <woox2k> i have a class10 sd card but the startup takes 1min for sure if not even more
[12:25] <woox2k> using out-of.the.box raspbian
[12:25] <thescatman_> is that a pi 2 or 1?
[12:25] <woox2k> 1
[12:25] <woox2k> B+
[12:26] <woox2k> if i could boot it up like in 10secs or so then i could rethink everything we talked before :D
[12:27] <thescatman_> idk :/ maybe use a less intensive distro?
[12:27] <woox2k> as in i would make a motions sensor control the pi, if motion is detected it would boot up the pi, take a picture and shut down the pi again
[12:27] <thescatman_> if you could use a headless one maybe it would last longer on battery too
[12:27] <woox2k> raspbian doesnt have x started in most cases
[12:28] <woox2k> it is there but i only start it when i really have to
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[12:28] <woox2k> i set it up to boot into command line
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[12:49] <SpeedEvil> woox2k: As a start, look at how long the kernel takes to boot.
[12:49] <SpeedEvil> You can reduce boot-up into your app to not much more than that.
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[12:58] <ShorTie> woox2k, it all depends on what is in the os, try arch and/or netinstall, you will see how fast it can boot
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[13:02] <bint> i'm looking for a good, simple, wireless gamepad for my raspberry pi - what would you go (i'll use it mostly for snes)
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[13:02] <ppq> just buy a cheap one, support for gamepads is very good in linux nowadays.
[13:03] <ppq> if you buy one that is playstation or xbox compatible you wont have any trouble, but others should work fine, too
[13:03] <bint> oh thats cool
[13:04] <bint> i want that steam controller tho!
[13:07] <ppq> but remember the ps/xbox controllers usually come without a usb dongle, so you'd have to get that separately
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[13:25] <rigid> ahoy
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[13:29] <rigid> I want to use a PNP transistor to switch an IR LED. I connected Base to GPIO17 (Pin 11), Emitter to GND (Pin 9) and Collector to - of the LED. The + is connected to +5V. When I set GPIO17 high, the rpi reboots. Anyone knows what could be wrong?
[13:29] <rigid> (forgot to mention that I use a base resistor of 120R)
[13:29] <rigid> Am I drawing too much current?
[13:30] <rigid> can I somehow find out, why the raspi reboots? I'm logged in via ssh and don't see any log output
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[13:37] <pksato> rigid: PNP? what code?
[13:38] <pksato> Need a resistor on transistor base.
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[13:39] <rigid> ah got it
[13:39] <pksato> or, have short-circuit between base and emiter.
[13:39] <rigid> i was drawing too much current, it seems. I replaced the 1R5 resistor of the LED with a 100R one. Works now.
[13:40] <rigid> pksato: thanks. yep, seems it was an "almost short" although the LED was in the middle
[13:40] <pksato> but, you discription is wrong if using a PNP, and correct if is a NPN.
[13:41] <pksato> you really want to see/smell magic smoke? :)
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[13:42] <pksato> led need few mA, transistor have gain about 50. 120Ohms resistor on base is very low.
[13:42] <rigid> pksato: i always mix those up :) i took the transistor + resistors + LED from an old TV Remote, so I guess it's a NPN one then
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[13:43] <rigid> the TV remote also works with 3V3, so I thought it would fit. I was wrong :)
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[13:45] <pksato> remote controle use PWM (38kHz pulses) to drive IR led.
[13:45] <mortal> do you know any good basic kits for the pi
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[13:45] <mortal> like for blinking leds, buttons etc
[13:46] <pksato> mortal: any starter electronic kit.
[13:47] <rigid> oh no... now lirc_rpi seems to ignore module arguments. I do "sudo modprobe lirc_rpi gpio_in_pin=22 gpio_out_pin=17" and get "lirc_rpi: auto-detected active high receiver on GPIO pin 18" :(
[13:48] <rigid> although it's active low... the "sense" argument is also ignored :-/
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[13:53] <mortal> can you tell me why the act led does not blink with debian jessie
[13:53] <mortal> on pi 2
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[13:53] <Tachyon`> It's under software control
[13:53] <Tachyon`> And perhaps isn't being controlled
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[14:00] <mortal> thescatman_: could you post your full oc conf somewhere
[14:00] <thescatman_> mortal: I'm at uni atm
[14:00] <thescatman_> if you write the settings up here i'll tell you the numbers
[14:01] <mortal> ok
[14:01] <thescatman_> I didn't force it to 100% clock speed at all the time though btw
[14:01] <mortal> oh
[14:01] <thescatman_> didn't need to
[14:01] <mortal> so no force turbo
[14:01] <thescatman_> nope
[14:01] <mortal> maybe I should try that
[14:01] <mortal> but did it still get that overvolt=8 setting in
[14:02] <thescatman_> ok
[14:02] <thescatman_> what other settings are there
[14:02] <mortal> what were your core_freq, over_voltage_sdram, sdram freq
[14:02] <mortal> current override?
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[14:02] <thescatman_> this is the config file right
[14:02] <thescatman_> isn't there a multiplier too
[14:02] <mortal> yes
[14:02] <mortal> where
[14:03] <thescatman_> you using notepad++
[14:03] <thescatman_> ?
[14:03] <mortal> no
[14:03] <mortal> out of my head
[14:03] <mortal> but no force turbo.. ok
[14:04] <thescatman_> core_freq set to 1100, didn't touch overvoltage of sdram, sdram freq is orignally 500 yes? set it to 550
[14:04] <mortal> ok
[14:04] <thescatman_> you've backed up your memory card?
[14:04] <mortal> I need to do that
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[14:05] <thescatman_> i'd do that before hand. then try those settings. you might have to increase the sdram frequency a little more, or overvolt a couple more notches. I found changing the multiplier made it less stable, not more
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[14:05] <thescatman_> obv know it could kill the pi mortal
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[14:06] <thescatman_> I need to overclock the GPU now, too... apparently it's pretty easy to get a 50% increase in clock speed without instability, which I think I need for n64 to run better
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[14:12] <ozzzy> so far so goo... a wifi adapter, usb hdd and 32G memory stick and the pi hasn't complained yet
[14:12] <ozzzy> time to plug in the wireless kbd/mouse dongle
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[14:18] <azizLIGHT> you guys wanna see something really cool using pi
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[14:19] <azizLIGHT> this guys controlling led table using arduino using pi using tasker using google voice using his mouth
[14:20] <azizLIGHT> http://www.reddit.com/r/raspberry_pi/comments/2wufbq/i_added_google_now_voice_commands_to_my_raspberry/
[14:20] <azizLIGHT> video of it: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gihvvbNIEo8
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[14:27] <ozzzy> interesting... the usb stick and the hdd both want to be /dev/sda
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[14:28] <teclo-> hi
[14:28] <teclo-> what's a good USB WiFi adapter for a Pi ?
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[14:29] <Tenkawa> heyall
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[14:29] <Tenkawa> anyone tried running native debian with the new rpi2 yet?
[14:29] <teclo-> well I don't have a Pi 2 yet :/ ... rs-online is out of stock for the Pi 2
[14:29] <cehteh> native is softfloat
[14:30] <Tenkawa> cehteh: armhf isnt
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[14:30] <cehteh> mhm .. whats the difference to raspbian then?
[14:30] <Tenkawa> I'm running it on this exynos box right now
[14:30] <cehteh> i can debootstrap a chroot
[14:30] <Tenkawa> cehteh: origin of the code and maintainers
[14:30] <Tenkawa> I already have too many seperatedistros
[14:31] <Tenkawa> I'm thinking of debootstrapping too just to test
[14:32] <cehteh> isnt raspbian just importing upstream debian package and adds its own bits (which are pretty minimal)
[14:32] <thescatman_> it also takes a lot out afaik
[14:32] <cehteh> i havent missed anything yet
[14:32] <thescatman_> idk, I don't use debian yet
[14:33] <cehteh> texlive-full on the rpi :D
[14:33] <teclo-> "takes a lot out" yes but... isn't it possible to just "aptitude install" the packages you don't have ?
[14:33] <cehteh> all of emacs ..
[14:33] <Tenkawa> cehteh: bah.. give me edlin
[14:33] <cehteh> Tenkawa: you'll try a debootstrap on your own?
[14:33] <Tenkawa> haahaahaa
[14:33] <Tenkawa> sure
[14:33] <cehteh> ed not edlin
[14:33] <Tenkawa> ed is newer
[14:33] <Tenkawa> edlin is way old
[14:33] <thescatman_> teclo-: dunno, my raspbian card corrupted and I haven't done a new one yet lol
[14:33] <teclo-> there's vim on raspbian
[14:34] <Tenkawa> nano ftw
[14:34] <Tenkawa> heehee
[14:34] <Tenkawa> pico
[14:34] <cehteh> dd
[14:34] <Tenkawa> yes I'm just odd
[14:34] <teclo-> thescatman_: heh I've also got a raspbian card that got corrupted
[14:35] <teclo-> a 8 GB Kingston one
[14:35] <teclo-> they say Kingston is the best, well uhhhh
[14:35] <thescatman_> did it kill the card too? or just corrupt it
[14:35] <Tenkawa> I just found out last night I bought 3 "same" sd cards from a local shop and 2 were the same howeer the 3rd was different
[14:35] <teclo-> thescatman_: well it won't boot
[14:35] <cehteh> Tenkawa: i havent noticed a difference between debian and raspbian yet
[14:35] <thescatman_> I'm fully expecting my micro SD to get murdered by my overclock soon
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[14:36] <MarconM> thescatman_| wich class is your sdcard
[14:36] <cehteh> kingston is not OEM, they just buy jung and stick their label on it
[14:36] <cehteh> junk
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[14:36] <Tenkawa> cehteh: as long as there's no downside.. using debian native works better for my plans
[14:36] <teclo-> by the way isn't there some way to mount /boot read-only ? You know, when you turn off the Pi without doing a shutdown, because you don't have a keyboard or networking, /boot gets corrupted and it won't boot
[14:36] <thescatman_> MarconM: Sandisk Extreme Pro 8GB
[14:36] <thescatman_> or is it the Sandisk Ultra
[14:36] <cehteh> i only using sandisk and hoping these are not counterfeit
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[14:36] <thescatman_> cehteh: there are a ton of fakes
[14:36] <teclo-> Tenkawa: well one difference is that raspbian has its own repositories which differ from Debian....
[14:36] <cehteh> i know
[14:37] <MarconM> i bought a sdcard 128gb class 10
[14:37] <Tenkawa> teclo-: add it to the cmdline.txt boot options
[14:37] <MarconM> using freebsd and archlinux
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[14:37] <teclo-> Tenkawa: ah, thank you, gonna do that
[14:37] <cehteh> but i live in .eu its a little bit saver to buy stuff here than elsewhere in the world i tihnk
[14:37] <Tenkawa> that "should" be able to mount it ro however dont quote me
[14:37] <thescatman_> cehteh: if I were you I'd email sandisk with pics of the front and back, and the codes that are on the card, and they will tell you if it's authentic. What is REALLY annoying is the front of the real-life cards usually look slightly different to the pics in their documentation
[14:37] <ozzzy> well this rocks... 802.11n wifi, 2.4GHz mouse/kbd, 320G USB2 hdd and a 32G stick all plugged into the Pi 2 and working
[14:37] <Tenkawa> if it does let me know because I want to do that too
[14:38] <cehteh> thescatman_: i just test sdcards carefully before using, when they survive that then its ok
[14:38] <cehteh> even if counterfeit, it works
[14:38] <Tenkawa> ozzzy: that does soud nice
[14:38] <Tenkawa> er sound
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[14:38] <cehteh> otherwise, they are cheap
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[14:39] <cehteh> buyed 32GB this time because few Eur more than 16GB wasnt that much
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[14:39] <Tenkawa> Anyone remember the git commands to wipe a working tree and pull it again
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[14:39] <cehteh> pull?
[14:40] <cehteh> you dont need to pull
[14:40] <Tenkawa> mine got scrambled.. I still got the .git >stuff though
[14:40] <cehteh> git clean -dfx deletes everything not in git (careful!)
[14:40] <Tenkawa> so I just need the command/s to recreate the tree
[14:40] <cehteh> git reset --hard resets all changed files and your branch
[14:40] <Tenkawa> ok
[14:41] <Tenkawa> thanks
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[14:41] <cehteh> doing that both gives you a quite verbatim tree, but i've warned you, it deleted anything not in git
[14:41] <Tenkawa> reminds me of when I use to be a source code admin
[14:41] <cehteh> and all your changes
[14:41] <cehteh> you can git stash changes away
[14:41] <cehteh> thats a bit safer
[14:41] <Tenkawa> cehteh: thats fine
[14:42] <cehteh> dont complain to me when your kernel .config gets lost :)
[14:42] * Tenkawa use to do this for a living.. granted it was back in 1996
[14:42] <Tenkawa> cehteh: cat /proc/config.gz >>keep_this_config afer every boot
[14:42] <Tenkawa> er after
[14:42] <Tenkawa> heheheh
[14:43] <cehteh> well unless you did changed it but didnt compiled and installed that kernel yet
[14:43] <Tenkawa> ooh much better.. thank you
[14:43] <Tenkawa> cehteh: not making any changes
[14:43] <cehteh> heh ok .. i have a somewhat customized kernel her
[14:43] <Tenkawa> just pulling latest kernel
[14:43] <Tenkawa> ahh
[14:43] <cehteh> git remote update; git reset --hard origin
[14:44] <cehteh> will do that
[14:44] <cehteh> maybe origin/master or whatever version you want
[14:44] <Tenkawa> there we go
[14:44] <Tenkawa> cehteh: you ever had to deal with svn?
[14:44] <Tenkawa> thats usually what I use
[14:44] <cehteh> i hate it :D
[14:45] <Tenkawa> I still miss good ole cvsup
[14:45] <Tenkawa> haahaa
[14:45] <ozzzy> http://ozzzy.dyndns.org:8080/images/pi2.jpg
[14:45] <cehteh> whenever i face a svn i first import it with git-svn .. then look further :)
[14:46] <cehteh> i did rcs and cvs back in the days and i am really relived that we dont need that anymore
[14:46] <Tenkawa> then again I've used some obscure sccs systems over te years
[14:46] <Tenkawa> same here
[14:46] <Tenkawa> cvs,rcs,sablime,vss
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[14:47] <Tenkawa> now I need to decide on running my 4 old pi's or not
[14:47] <Tenkawa> heheheheh
[14:47] <Tenkawa> with them not being armv7 thats a bit tougher
[14:48] <cehteh> give it away to some kids?
[14:49] <Tenkawa> I'm actually thinking about doing that and building a few up for a retirement home I work with
[14:49] <Tenkawa> there's a few there who want something to toy with and not some overly complicated computer
[14:50] <Tenkawa> nice small linux install with lxde should suit them fine
[14:50] <cehteh> but its not armv7 :)
[14:50] <Tenkawa> nope
[14:50] <Tenkawa> they dont care though
[14:50] <ozzzy> cehteh, what does that matter
[14:50] <cehteh> i have one of the first pi's with only 256mb ram
[14:51] <cehteh> there is such a big difference in usability
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[14:51] <RaTTuS|BIG> only if you want to run x -
[14:51] <cehteh> it is useable . . but even a bit webbrowsing gets way slower
[14:52] <Tenkawa> brb.. afk
[14:52] <cehteh> the new one feels like a computer from some years ago, you can really work with it, unless you do some hardcore stuff
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[14:53] <ozzzy> I like that the new one doesn't need a powered hub and all the wires
[14:55] <cehteh> i shortened the fuses on the old one, needs no powered hub as well :)
[14:55] <cehteh> but 4x usb is nicer
[14:56] <cehteh> while i am only using one usb currently
[14:56] <cehteh> (and thats only the receiver for the mini keyboard)
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[14:57] <cehteh> http://public.pipapo.org/GEDC0068.JPG
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[15:00] <Kunsi> that's really … mini
[15:01] <cehteh> just what i needed, enough to control a 'normal' debian for media playing and simple tasks
[15:02] <cehteh> didnt want to go with xbmc this time
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[15:07] <Tenkawa> lets see...
[15:08] <Tenkawa> cehteh: ozzzy: how much amperage you pushing each with?
[15:08] <Tenkawa> trying to determine if 2.1 amp would be enough for 2
[15:09] <ozzzy> Tenkawa, dunno... but it's running on a 2A supply
[15:09] <cehteh> i never really used any much, only keyboard and mouse usually
[15:09] <cehteh> yes 2A supply here too
[15:10] <Tenkawa> so 2 headless (only using internal ethernet) should be fine sharing a 2.1 amp circuit
[15:10] <Tenkawa> right?
[15:10] <cehteh> i dunno how big the traces for the 5V lines are on the board, i wont draw more than 2A even with fuses shortened
[15:10] <cehteh> or rather better drive such a circruit externally
[15:10] <cehteh> or just try
[15:10] <Tenkawa> I just don't want to undercurrent it
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[15:11] <cehteh> undercurrent?
[15:11] <thescatman_> Tenkawa: I could run 1 pi 2 at 100% load with 5V, 1A if that helps
[15:11] <thescatman_> not overclocked though
[15:11] <cehteh> max 2.5watts i read somewhere
[15:11] <Tenkawa> cehteh: 2 of them sharing 2.1 amps
[15:11] <thescatman_> that should be fine
[15:11] <Tenkawa> cool
[15:11] <Tenkawa> gives me more to work with
[15:11] <cehteh> just try, you'll notice when it fails
[15:11] <thescatman_> don't quote me though, I don't do electronics. just going off what has happened with mine
[15:12] <Tenkawa> I have a lot of 2 port usb plugs each rated for 2.1 ap
[15:12] <Tenkawa> er 5v/2.1 amp
[15:12] <cehteh> the core runs fine on way lower voltage than 5V .. only USB will give up pretty soon :D
[15:12] <thescatman_> seems to use <1A the vast majority of the time unless you're using power hungry usb stuff
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[15:12] <Tenkawa> in theory it should be fine... IF the draw is what they are listed and rated at
[15:13] <Tenkawa> cehteh: well voltage better not fluctuae too much in general.. thats just not good
[15:13] <Tenkawa> the current can
[15:13] <Tenkawa> but it better stay around 5v at all times
[15:13] <cehteh> yes sure
[15:13] <Tenkawa> unless I'm forgetting everything about circuit draw
[15:14] <cehteh> thats why i always use a 2A power supply even with modest loads
[15:14] <Tenkawa> I try too
[15:14] <Tenkawa> I have some as small as 300 ma sitting around here
[15:14] <mortal> thescatman_: it seems that with a big heat sink I can get to 1050
[15:14] <Tenkawa> they are useless
[15:14] <thescatman_> mortal: what happens at 1100?
[15:14] <Tenkawa> thescatman_: probably meltdowm
[15:15] <thescatman_> Tenkawa: mine's stable at 1100
[15:15] <mortal> thescatman_: well I get kernel errors
[15:15] <thescatman_> ah ok
[15:15] <mortal> at load
[15:15] * Tenkawa wonders if the -2C temp outside would help
[15:15] <Tenkawa> haahaa
[15:15] <Tenkawa> er
[15:15] <Tenkawa> -2F
[15:15] <Tenkawa> even colder
[15:15] <mortal> thescatman_: is there a relationship between mem and arm freq
[15:16] <mortal> I got a clean boot with cold spray using a very little heat sink
[15:16] <mortal> so I researched using bigger heat sinks
[15:16] <thescatman_> you probably don't need a bigger one
[15:16] <mortal> well with the big one it is stable at 1050
[15:16] <mortal> otherwise I was able to clock only around 950 stable
[15:16] * Tenkawa just wishes his local shop would hurry up and get in cases or mounting plates at all for his boards
[15:16] <thescatman_> I found I couldn't get much more than 1GHz without increasing the memory clock or whatever it was (I'm not at home)
[15:17] <thescatman_> fair enough
[15:17] <thescatman_> you got a heatsink on whatever other chip is on the top?
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[15:18] <mortal> thescatman_: yes
[15:18] <mortal> top chip
[15:18] <mortal> thescatman_: well should the mem clock be 1/2 of the cpu clock
[15:18] <thescatman_> the ram on the bottom gets hot too btw, it might help if you were to put one on that to
[15:18] <thescatman_> too*
[15:19] <thescatman_> mortal: that's what worked for me. Try upping the voltage another step
[15:19] <Tenkawa> anyone tried mounting them on their side?
[15:19] <thescatman_> mounting what?
[15:19] <Tenkawa> the board
[15:19] <thescatman_> onto what? (sry)
[15:19] <Tenkawa> give the heat a different dispersement channel
[15:20] <Tenkawa> thescatman_: whatever you are mounting your boards on
[15:20] <Tenkawa> or sitting the case on one of the sides to change the airflow
[15:20] <Tenkawa> or pushing air into/out of a case
[15:20] <thescatman_> not a bad idea but I doubt it'd make much of a difference
[15:20] <Tenkawa> I agree however it is an experiment to try if needed
[15:21] <thescatman_> I want to put a 1.2W 90mm fan onto it to disperse air a little more
[15:21] <thescatman_> Except I'm slightly more worried that it's going to give even more instability considering i'd be running 1.2w off the usb or gpio
[15:21] <Tenkawa> lets push one of units a bit harder shall we
[15:22] <thescatman_> If I was at home I'd be shoving it up to 1200 just to see what happens
[15:22] <Tenkawa> any of you found any specific uses for dtb vs non-dtb btw
[15:22] <Tenkawa> ?
[15:22] <thescatman_> 1150's the highest i've seen
[15:22] <thescatman_> dtb?
[15:23] <Tenkawa> device tree
[15:24] <thescatman_> on a totally unrelated note, anyone here overclocked the GPU?
[15:24] <Tenkawa> yes
[15:24] <Tenkawa> er
[15:24] <Tenkawa> no.. only the dram
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[15:24] <Tenkawa> I'm running at 500/500 right now
[15:24] <Tenkawa> on one of my units
[15:25] <thescatman_> wait I thought the stock was 500
[15:25] <clever> Tenkawa: before device-tree came out, i had to write a custom driver to configure the mpr121 touch sensor
[15:25] <Tenkawa> oh is it?
[15:25] <clever> but now that device tree is out, i could embed that config into a dtb file, and not have to compile things
[15:25] <Tenkawa> hmm it listed it in the overcock settings
[15:25] <Tenkawa> but yeah I agree that should be stock
[15:25] <thescatman_> Tenkawa: I had to increase the dram freq to 550 from 500 to get 1.1GHz
[15:25] <Tenkawa> clever: good point
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[15:26] <Tenkawa> I'm going to run another test.. just a sec
[15:26] <mortal> thescatman_: I had to decrease ram to get 1050 stable
[15:26] <thescatman_> but apparently you can get an extra 50% performance on the GPU really easily too
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[15:26] <mortal> now doing 4 memtesters
[15:26] <thescatman_> mortal: to what?
[15:26] <mortal> 450
[15:26] <clever> not having to compile opens the mpr121 up to more users, and would also save you from having to get the whole kernel source, on every update
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[15:26] <clever> though i think mpr121_touchkey needs a patch to actualy enable device-tree first
[15:26] <thescatman_> mortal: overclock the GPU next lol
[15:27] <Tenkawa> although I have to do a lot more manual work I really like having several units to run different tests on
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[15:28] <thescatman_> I'd love to have a couple more pi's, although having lots of SD cards seems like a better idea to me
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[15:30] <Tenkawa> wow
[15:30] <Tenkawa> that made a huge diff in my test
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[15:30] <Tenkawa> just putting it to 500/500
[15:31] <Tenkawa> didnt realize I was underclocking..oops
[15:31] <thescatman_> lol what, what did you have it on before
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[15:31] <Tenkawa> cpu 250 sdram 450
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[15:31] <Tenkawa> er cpu/core
[15:32] <Tenkawa> hadnt looked at the config file to verify
[15:32] <Tenkawa> hah
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[15:33] <Tenkawa> nice
[15:34] <Tenkawa> haahaa and my arm_freq was set too low too
[15:35] <thescatman_> I'm tired and without caffeine but what clock speed would cpu 250 be
[15:35] <clever> i have played with underclocking, and got things to work around 50mhz or so i think
[15:35] <thescatman_> surely not 250MHz
[15:35] <clever> but then the SD card operations took too long (just due to a slow clock)
[15:35] <Tenkawa> yep it was
[15:35] <thescatman_> wow
[15:35] <clever> and the timeouts freaked out, thinking the card was not responding
[15:35] <Tenkawa> oh wow this is a lot nicer
[15:36] <thescatman_> Any idea what kind of power it'd be pulling then?
[15:36] <thescatman_> I might play with super low underclocking after going the opposite way
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[15:36] <clever> probly not much of a difference, there is still the ram, vc4, and lan modules active at normal rates
[15:36] <clever> and the idle mode on the arm makes the whole thing pointless
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[15:37] <Tenkawa> brb.. rebooting my exynos box to put a kernel update on
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[15:37] <thescatman_> clever: how do you mean idle makes it pointless?
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[15:37] <thescatman_> I couldn't find what clocks it goes to when idle
[15:37] <clever> thescatman_: when the arm idles, it basicaly shuts most stuff off
[15:37] <clever> so your power usage will be the same as if you just lowered the clock
[15:37] <thescatman_> is that an automatic thing, or do you need it to command it to do that
[15:38] <clever> the draw will depend more on how much clock cycles you actualy spend active
[15:38] <clever> its automatic
[15:38] <clever> when nothing needs the cpu, the linux kernel just runs an idle instruction
[15:38] <clever> then it wants for an interupt from something to resume execution
[15:39] <thescatman_> ah ok
[15:39] <clever> waits*
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[15:43] <thescatman_> at the moment I'm trying to find this or some equivalent in the uk: http://www.radioshack.com/component-cooler/6404321.html#.VOs7rp2sUZM seems like nobody sells it, and nobody sells canned refrigerant either since nobody has air con in england :L
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[15:43] <thescatman_> The closest I can get is canned air which is not nearly as good. (My copper tube has arrived so I can start doing sub zero OCs soon hehe)
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[15:46] <teclo-> so, who has Pi 2's in stock ? Looks like rs-online is out of stock
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[15:50] <ShorTie> just turn a can of air upside down .. :/~
[15:50] <thescatman_> ShorTie: it's not cold enough haha
[15:51] <thescatman_> seems people think I should get / make some dry ice
[15:51] <ShorTie> for ?? over clocking ??
[15:51] <thescatman_> ofc
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[15:52] <ShorTie> if you want extremes, it calls for extreme measures like a vat of minerial oil with a recic pump
[15:53] <ShorTie> thru a cooling tower directed at SoC
[15:53] <thescatman_> rather not go near mineral oil. it's horrible, and wrecks cables
[15:54] <ShorTie> and how much you gonna waste on can's of junk to play then ??
[15:55] <ShorTie> you miss your sprit by a split sec, and poof
[15:55] <thescatman_> they're like £1 each. lol
[15:55] <thescatman_> Not exactly much of a waste....
[15:56] <clever> and if you miss, the pi cooks itself :P
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[15:56] <ShorTie> that too, lol.
[15:56] <thescatman_> clever: can't miss a copper tube the size of a 10p... regardless i'll be putting paper over the pi in case it does spill a little
[15:57] <thescatman_> lol, i'm surprised you guys worry so much about killing a £27 computer. This is what it's made for! messing around! :D
[15:57] <thescatman_> learninnggg
[15:58] <ShorTie> guess i value my $$`s more then some
[15:58] <thescatman_> can't put a value on learning?
[15:58] <clever> i would spend money on making my own liquid nitrogen insted :P
[15:58] <thescatman_> I completely forgot you could do that.
[15:59] <clever> http://hackaday.com/2014/05/23/homemade-liquid-nitrogen/
[15:59] <McBride36> coz that's a totally safe thing to do
[15:59] <ShorTie> Daddy would never let me by stuff twice anyways, hehe.
[15:59] <thescatman_> lol
[15:59] <thescatman_> ShorTie: imo the learning-ness outweighs the small/medium risk i'll fry it
[15:59] <ShorTie> now a spare was a different story .. :/~
[16:00] <thescatman_> I've made dry ice before, but it's a PITA to make right
[16:00] <ShorTie> i love dry ice in a pop bottle with a little water, hehe.
[16:01] <thescatman_> maybe I followed a really complicated guide then. :|
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[16:01] <ShorTie> of course now there is Mento`s which does about same thing
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[16:03] <thescatman_> making ln2 seems super complicated and apparently air con refrigerant is illegal to own in the uk (lol) so I reckon i'll stick to canned air and dry ice :/
[16:05] * Bilby watches gangnam style in a youtube window in chromixum linux in a virtual machine on an OSX laptop... because testing
[16:05] <thescatman_> ShorTie: does the water boil and explode? that's pretty cool
[16:05] <McBride36> not with mentos
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[16:18] <Giddles> hmm
[16:19] <Giddles> is it possible to get windows 10 without joining the club of microsoft?
[16:19] <Giddles> for rpi2
[16:19] <Bilby> club?
[16:20] <Giddles> one second
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[16:20] <Giddles> if i wanna download im stuck on https://dev.windows.com/en-us/featured/raspberrypi2support
[16:21] <Bilby> Click "join our program" at the bottom?
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[16:22] <Giddles> they build good v4l webcams, but thats all... dont wanna give all information.. year you must join what i meant with "club of microsoft"
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[16:22] <Bilby> iiiif you want to get in the early adopter program, you have to sign up... doesn't seem so bad to me but whatevs *shrug* I wouldn't be surprised if the image file has been distributed elsewhere already
[16:23] <Giddles> country, zip, twitter, what you use, which ide, what blabla..
[16:23] <Giddles> im not their marketing puppet
[16:23] <Bilby> name, email, and address are all that's required
[16:23] <Bilby> which makes sense for OFAC compliance and basic user statistics
[16:23] <Giddles> ah ok
[16:24] <Giddles> i guessd something else
[16:25] <Bilby> they want to know more about who's interested in a product that they're taking a huge gamble on... make sense to me
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[16:29] <PrinceProspero> Quick question, my headless rpi 2 crashes occasionally (about once/twice a day) and when I find it dead/crashed, the CPU is usually at ~55-60C when I boot it up and check the temp. So the question is: is there any crash log saved in raspbian? i.e a good way to debug it?
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[16:33] <Bilby> PrinceProspero I think the default log level is pretty low for raspibian.
[16:33] <Bilby> maybe start here? http://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/viewtopic.php?f=66&t=23026
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[16:36] <PrinceProspero> Awesome, thank you
[16:36] <PrinceProspero> Yeah, there's definitely some kernel issue there..
[16:37] <PrinceProspero> I think the kernel is running out of memory, perhaps I should reserve memory to it
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[16:37] <clever> if it ran out of memory, it would start murdering all the fat programs
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[16:37] <clever> which frees memory up
[16:37] <Giddles> hehe my p2 went down the floor ;)
[16:38] <Giddles> and work as nothing happened
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[16:39] <thescatman_> clever: that doesn't sound very nice
[16:39] <thescatman_> thin privilege and all that
[16:40] <thescatman_> Anyway... I have to go lol
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[16:40] <Bilby> I'd rather have the kernel kill a process than crash
[16:40] <PrinceProspero> yeah..
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[16:41] <PrinceProspero> if anyone would bother to look at it: http://pastebin.com/zmqxcV6T
[16:41] <Bilby> ... as long as I can mark some processes as "never kill this"
[16:41] <clever> there are also priorities you can assign, so it will avoid certain things
[16:41] <clever> yep
[16:41] <PrinceProspero> Thats what syslog produces the seconds of the crash
[16:41] <Bilby> of course best is if you can completely avoid the problem lol
[16:42] <clever> PrinceProspero: no errors visible
[16:42] <PrinceProspero> Yeah, I see nothing either besides some warnings
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[16:43] <Perdouille> Hello !
[16:43] <McBride36> would anyone know how i could get a python script to run on startup?
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[16:44] <clever> McBride36: @reboot in crontab is the simplest way
[16:44] <Perdouille> Little question. I need an analog input on my raspberry. What's the difference between MCP3008-I/P , MCP3008-I/SL and MCP3008T-I/SL ?
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[16:50] <Sonny_Jim> TBH knocking together an quick init.d script isn't all that hard
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[16:51] <McBride36> Perdouille, if you're just after an adc, the MCP3008 sold on adafruit works quite well
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[16:52] <Perdouille> I can't really buy on adafruit
[16:52] <Perdouille> (Too expensive to ship to my country)
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[16:53] <Perdouille> This one should probably be the same http://www.ebay.fr/itm/MCP3008-I-P-A-D-Wandler-10Bit-seriell-8-Kanal-SPI-Interface-DIP16-von-Microchip-/310690170668?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_77&hash=item485693c72c
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[17:00] <McBride36> looks like it
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[17:42] <kisak> is there a guide somewhere for tinkering / adding net installs to noobs
[17:44] <ShorTie> net installs ??
[17:45] <kisak> specifically, I'm going to be doing a 4 distro install on a 32GB microsd card of the RPi2: arch, openelec, osmc, and rasbian, and I'm trying to find out if I can do it with a small noobs mmcblk0p1
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[17:46] <McBride36> i'm fairly sure 3/4 are on the noobs if you've got your pi connected to the internet before install
[17:46] <ShorTie> imho, you be better off with 4 different sdcards
[17:47] <ShorTie> arch is not up to a rpi2 either i believe
[17:47] <kisak> well, you're allowed to have your opinion, this is the direction I'm going
[17:48] <ShorTie> noobs,arch is old, old, land before rpi2 was here
[17:49] <kisak> that's a minor technical riddle
[17:49] <ShorTie> not really
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[17:50] <ShorTie> might be a riddle, but as far as i know arch doesn't support the rpi2 ot
[17:51] <ShorTie> s/ot/as of yet/
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[17:52] <McBride36> looks like you can have arch on the rpi2: http://mediabrowser.tv/community/index.php?/topic/18417-arch-linux-on-rpi2-with-mbs/
[17:52] <McBride36> but as far as making everything into one neat little package? not sure
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[17:53] <sauerkrause> http://archlinuxarm.org/platforms/armv7/broadcom/raspberry-pi-2
[17:53] <ShorTie> ok, sorry, didn't know they had a rpi2 release
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[17:57] <kisak> my point was that I'm not interested in loosing more than a couple hundred meg to noobs / mmcblk0p1
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[17:58] <ShorTie> don't think arch`s new install and noobs work real well together
[17:59] <ShorTie> but i guess you could hack up noobs if you really want to get it to work
[18:01] <ShorTie> anything programed canbe be hacked given enough time/patience to 'do it my way'
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[18:05] <aberrant> docker isn’t available yet for snappy core on rpi2, right?
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[18:17] <ozzzy> docker? snappy core?
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[18:18] <ShorTie> since i learned a little more, i should update my arch image maker to do it with in a img file instead of /dev/sda
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[18:18] <ShorTie> only a couple more lines to add ,, :/~
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[18:20] <ShorTie> bsdtar`n a file would be a lot easier then cdebootstraping, lol.
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[18:23] <Infant> hello. would rasperry pi 2 be slow but not payinfully slow home server for small forum (up to 5 users at the same time online), 5 people teamspeak server, znc and maybe mercurial repo with opengrok?
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[18:24] <Sonny_Jim> Pi1 would be fine for that
[18:24] <Sonny_Jim> Not sure if you can get teamspeak for ARM Linux though
[18:24] <Sonny_Jim> Nope, you can't
[18:25] <Sonny_Jim> So you'd have to use a similar program and convince your users to use it also
[18:25] <Infant> ohh ye, well mumble
[18:25] <Sonny_Jim> Ah hang on
[18:25] <Sonny_Jim> There might be bandwidth issues if you tried to do all of that at once
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[18:25] <ozzzy> how about ircd
[18:26] <Sonny_Jim> ie 5 mumble users, 5 forums uses and someone downloading the whole repo
[18:26] <kisak> murmur or umurmur should work
[18:26] <Sonny_Jim> The forum wouldn't use much bandwidth, not sure about mumble though
[18:26] <Infant> well my point is to have geeky/development hub, but i cant build full server, renting is well money and less fun but raspberry pi seems like an answer
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[18:27] <JohnnyBitcoin> will a raspbian image from a pi b+ work in a pi2?
[18:27] <kisak> mumble is up to ~112 kbps per user -> user iirc
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[18:27] <MY123> JohnnyBitcoin, yes
[18:27] <MY123> (if it's new enough)
[18:27] <JohnnyBitcoin> i want to just take the sd card from the pi b+ and put it into the pi 2.
[18:27] <JohnnyBitcoin> that will work?
[18:28] <MY123> JohnnyBitcoin, did you run "apt-get upgrade"?
[18:28] <kisak> JohnnyBitcoin: it needs to be updated to a post-pi2 release date
[18:28] <MY123> JohnnyBitcoin, if you ran it,yes
[18:28] <JohnnyBitcoin> i did
[18:28] <englishman> whats the best place to get a pi2 at the moment that takes paypal
[18:28] <JohnnyBitcoin> thanks
[18:28] <JohnnyBitcoin> englishman, amazon
[18:28] <englishman> nonusa
[18:28] <englishman> :)
[18:28] <ozzzy> I ordered mine from element14
[18:31] <ShorTie> did you run dist-upgrade too ??
[18:32] <kisak> I ordered one last friday when the semi-local preferred warehouse briefly had some stock, should arrive today or tomorrow
[18:32] <kisak> ^42 USD
[18:32] <englishman> some are in stock at pimoroni and pihut but these are almost 2x price
[18:33] <englishman> newark/element14 doesnt take paypal :(
[18:33] <ozzzy> well... if you want it now you pay for it
[18:33] <ozzzy> nope... but they take CC
[18:33] <englishman> yup, i will probably wait for availability
[18:34] <JohnnyBitcoin> will the pi2 be a good desktop?
[18:34] <MY123> JohnnyBitcoin, yeah if you use DRM/KMS and enable Unity
[18:34] <ozzzy> JohnnyBitcoin, if you don't mind slow
[18:35] <kisak> JohnnyBitcoin: 1GB of ram makes it possible to run a mainstream browser with one or two tabs
[18:35] <kisak> I would not expect much more than that
[18:35] <JohnnyBitcoin> I also want to make a sftp server out of a pi2. Can it handel it?
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[18:37] <kisak> JohnnyBitcoin: anything that is not time sensitive should be a no-brainer yes
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[18:37] <kisak> serving files is definately not time sensitive
[18:37] <JohnnyBitcoin> I tried to make a file server out of a b+ and it didn't work very well. transferr speeds never surpassed 450KB/s and CPU was maxed, during all file transfers.
[18:37] <kisak> what protocol?
[18:37] <JohnnyBitcoin> sftp
[18:38] <kisak> I can imagine the encryption bogged it down
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[18:38] <JohnnyBitcoin> i should try just ftp and see if that makes a difference
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[18:41] <acidjazz> JohnnyBitcoin: was this local only?
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[18:41] <JohnnyBitcoin> it was over my local network
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[18:43] <kisak> Sonny_Jim: if you haven't encountered umurmur before, it's a miniture mumble server designed to run on low power devices like routers
[18:43] <OffensiveUser> oooo\
[18:43] <OffensiveUser> that would be cool for a pi
[18:44] <kisak> devices with less than 50MB of ram
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[18:58] <kisak> setting aside ShorTie's derailing side conversation, I am interested in knowing where the network install os.json, partitions.json, etc information is for noobs network installs
[19:00] * ShorTie thinkz, https://github.com/raspberrypi/noobs
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[19:05] <codinho> is there any document why describes why I can get "Insufficient resources (0x80001000)" from egl_render?
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[19:06] <codinho> I don't think that its related to exact memory exhausted problem so possibly its something different?
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[19:17] <jacekowski> hi people
[19:18] <jamesd_> hi
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[19:19] <IT_Sean> hello, human.
[19:20] <kisak> okay, so it's at http://downloads.raspberrypi.org/os_list_v2.json set by #define DEFAULT_REPO_SERVER, so I need to rebuild noobs to point to a local http server, seems fair enough
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[19:29] <Gadgetoid> englishman: to be fair, the PiBow is worth it ;D
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[19:29] <Gadgetoid> And there's the warm fuzziness of buying from guys who actually care about their customers
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[19:31] <englishman> it does look net
[19:31] <englishman> neat
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[19:40] <gnatt> Hi. I have a raspberry pi I'm trying to use to control solenoids for a kegerator. It was working great until I came back one day and the screen only shows "sh unable to connect to tty; job control turned off" I've tried googling it and I've added avoid_safe_mode=1 to /boot/config.txt. I'm hoping I didn't fry the pi with the solenoid's power supply
[19:41] <heller\> tried another sd?
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[19:43] <gnatt> Have not tried another SD, but i can read the SD by plugging it into a different computer
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[19:44] <IT_Sean> gnatt: were you powering the solenoids directly off the Pi's GPIO?
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[19:44] <Gadgetoid> englishman: and we'll love you forever <3 :D
[19:45] <gnatt> IT_Sean, no I was using a powersupply plugged into the wall and I was opening and closing the solenoid with a transistor connected to a GPIO pin
[19:45] <englishman> i didnt see an option for buying without the case, if there is one
[19:45] <IT_Sean> try a different SD.
[19:45] <englishman> but i probably would have since its not too spendy
[19:45] <gnatt> Also, I was using a flyback diode. and it was working fine until it broke.
[19:45] <Gadgetoid> englishman: Sadly there's just no use selling them on their own, no margin :(
[19:46] <gnatt> Okay, I'll try a different SD. Thanks.
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[19:46] <englishman> :(
[19:46] <englishman> i guess guys like you have to get them from newark/rs like everyone else?
[19:46] <Gadgetoid> Basically, yes
[19:46] <gnatt> IT_Sean, can I just burn the SD i have now onto a new SD or would that make it not work?
[19:47] <IT_Sean> you can take an image of the current SD and image it to a new card, but, the idea is to rule out an issue with the SD. Try a new SD with a fresh OS. Just to see if the Pi will boot it.
[19:47] <IT_Sean> if the Pi doesn't boot a new SD with a new OS, it's toasted. If it does, work backwards from there.
[19:47] <gnatt> Okay. Thanks again
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[19:48] <IT_Sean> aye.
[19:48] <englishman> have they been moving well, having stock can be a good or bad sign
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[19:50] <Gadgetoid> englishman: Pi's have been flying off the shelves, I think the reason we have stock is because we only sell 'em bundled- so it's a good sign
[19:50] * IT_Sean steals a few Pi 2s from Gadgetoid
[19:50] <Gadgetoid> People shifting them on their own have just been box-shifting, a nice statistic but nothing more!
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[19:51] <Gadgetoid> Maybe they'll get a few people buying extra stuff in their orders, which is a bonus, but not necessarily gravy- it's all a delicate balance!
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[19:52] <Gadgetoid> Ah, the everlasting conundrum, yaml, xml, json, text, or something else
[19:52] <IT_Sean> the temp thinger above my desk says 23c. Seems cooler than that in here.
[19:52] <IT_Sean> Whoops... wrong channel
[19:52] <Gadgetoid> yaml feels really loose, but so, so clean
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[19:53] <Digit> maybe a crazy notion... but... raspberry pi could be used to create a mesh tor network, and have perhaps a small solar panel to have an independent power supply... surely someone's creating a raspberry pi specific compact solar power and power storage system
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[20:01] <heller\> heymm
[20:01] <heller\> anyone used ADC:s with rpi?
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[20:01] <heller\> i've got one pcf8591, and it can run off from 5V
[20:01] <heller\> can i use 5V as source, even if i use 3.3V for i2c?
[20:02] <heller\> one of these http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/391012308875
[20:02] <pksato> yes. just not enable pull-up on adc side.
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[20:04] <pksato> or, power eith 3v3
[20:04] <pksato> with
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[20:06] <heller\> well 5V gives better err.. range
[20:06] <pksato> pcf8591 work from 2.5V to 6v.
[20:06] <heller\> so i have to disable pull-ups? like remove them from pcb or?
[20:06] <heller\> it does
[20:06] <heller\> but 0-5V range is better than 0-3.3V
[20:07] <heller\> im guessing?
[20:07] <pksato> normal ADC use 0 to 2v (or 2.5v).
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[20:07] <pksato> normal = some standard.
[20:07] <heller\> its not that accurate with 3.3V
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[20:08] <pksato> ah?
[20:08] <heller\> less voltage area to fiddle with
[20:08] <pksato> you need precision? put a real stable voltage reference on ref in.
[20:09] <heller\> could i connect the vref to 5V?
[20:09] <pksato> on these boards, adc reference are connected to VCC. no precision.
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[20:25] <heller\> hmm
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[20:52] <derpingit> hi guys
[20:53] <derpingit> anyone know if i can use my tv usb to power the new pi2?
[20:53] <aberrant> I wouldn’t suggest it if it’s a standard 5W USB - my rpi2 can draw more than 1A.
[20:55] <derpingit> dang it :/ . any PoE adapters?
[20:55] <IT_Sean> derpingit: as long as it supplies enough current, you can.
[20:56] <derpingit> IT_Sean .. how will i know tho
[20:56] <IT_Sean> try it and see if it works.
[20:56] <IT_Sean> you won't harm anything by trying.
[20:56] <aberrant> derpingit: one other option is one of those batteries with USB output - some of them can provide 10W and draw from 5.
[20:56] <derpingit> my board is on its way and i didn;t get an adapter
[20:57] <aberrant> well, you’ll waste a bunch of time when your sd card gets corrupted due to undercurrent
[20:57] <derpingit> ah ok
[20:57] <IT_Sean> aberrant: there is no need to be hostile.
[20:57] * aberrant wasted the better part of a day on this issue.
[20:57] <aberrant> who’s hostile?
[20:57] <Armand> ME! >_<
[20:58] <Armand> What are we talking about?
[20:58] <aberrant> I dunno how what I said got misconstrued - but I spoke from direct experience :)
[20:59] <Digit> the royal "you"
[20:59] <Armand> FWIW: My rPi model B runs perfectly well from a USB battery pack
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[20:59] <aberrant> Armand: the model B is fine with 5W. The RPi2 can exceed 5W draw on large loads.
[20:59] <Armand> 18000mAh. 1x 1A USB + 1x 2A USB
[21:00] <aberrant> that 2A USB would be ideal for an Rpi2
[21:00] <Armand> Yeah, I've not got the rpi2.. I'm eyeing up group of C1s
[21:02] <aberrant> the rpi2 is blazingly fast compared to previous models
[21:02] <aberrant> plus it’s a true arm7
[21:03] <derpingit> aberrant which pack?
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[21:04] <aberrant> derpingit: check with armand. Any one that can do 2A @ 5V should be fine.
[21:04] <IT_Sean> I have an ANKER battery pack that claims 2A. Never tried it w/ a Pi tho
[21:05] <derpingit> oh i have an anker pack ..i will ttry that
[21:05] <derpingit> the thing tho, is that the anker doesn't charge and supply power at the same thime
[21:05] <IT_Sean> Actually, i stand corrected... this says 5v @ 1A. Sorry.
[21:05] <derpingit> time*
[21:05] <aberrant> derpingit - that’ll be a problem then
[21:06] <aberrant> can you bond two USB ports to supply 2A @ 5V somehow?
[21:06] <derpingit> lol. that's what i was thinkin
[21:06] <derpingit> it can't be that simple tho
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[21:06] <IT_Sean> it doesn't work that way, aberrant... Unless they are on seperate USB channels, with seperate power supplies.
[21:07] <IT_Sean> just splicing in a 2nd port isn't gonna do anything :p
[21:07] <Syliss> if you can, just pick up a cheap-ish ipad charger and that will work wonders
[21:07] <aberrant> IT_Sean: are you sure? each usb port must supply 1A @ 5V. If you bond two of them together, you should be able to draw 2A.
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[21:08] <IT_Sean> aberrant: depends on the ports... if it's just a cheap hub, that's not gonna necessarily be the case.
[21:08] <IT_Sean> I'm just trying to tell you that is not a "100% works every time" universal solution.
[21:08] <aberrant> if that’s the case then you wouldn’t be able to power more than one device off of it.
[21:09] <IT_Sean> Clearly you haven't seen some of the shoddy USB hubs I have :p
[21:09] <aberrant> hah, true
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[21:09] <aberrant> actually, I stand corrected. the MINIMUM max draw for usb 1 is 100mA
[21:10] <aberrant> see also http://electronics.stackexchange.com/questions/5498/how-to-get-more-than-100ma-from-a-usb-port
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[21:22] <teclo-> Hi, what would you guys choose as a wifi adapter: http://befr.rs-online.com/web/p/products/7603621/ or http://befr.rs-online.com/web/p/wireless-adapters/7603625/ ?
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[21:32] <teclo-> I heard Edimax is pretty good and supported by Pi
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[21:51] <shing> hello, can someone help me figure out this issue when running make on crda http://pastebin.com/09J97wd3
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[22:00] <H__> aren't you missing a libnl-genl.so symlink ?
[22:00] <H__> or try -lnl-genl-3
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[22:12] <shing> H__ is that modification made in the make file?
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[22:21] <H__> shing: yes
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[22:22] <shing> i modifed make to use nl-genl-3 which didn't work even though i had this
[22:22] <shing> root@raspberrypi:~/Desktop/crda-1.1.2# ldconfig -p | grep libnl-genl libnl-genl-3.so.200 (libc6,hard-float) => /lib/arm-linux-gnueabihf/libnl-genl-3.so.200
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[22:22] <shing> after doing apt-get install libnl-genl-3-dev
[22:22] <shing> it then worked
[22:22] <shing> lacking understanding why
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[22:23] <H__> excellent. did the libnl-genl-3-dev bring a libnl-genl.so or libnl-genl-3.so ?
[22:24] <H__> (dpkg -L libnl-genl-3-dev | grep \.so)
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[22:24] <shing> ;
[22:24] <shing> /lib/arm-linux-gnueabihf/libnl-genl-3.so
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[22:27] <englishman> Gadgetoid: whats your favourite cart-filling item in your store
[22:27] <thescatman> Simple electronics question for the pi
[22:27] <Gadgetoid> englishman: Damn, that's a toughie- probably Display-o-Tron 3000, which might be my favourite of our products
[22:28] <IT_Sean> is that that LCD w/ the RGB backlight?
[22:28] <Gadgetoid> IT_Sean: aye!
[22:28] <thescatman> Say I put 7V at 1.1A into a power plug that supplies 5V@up to 2A
[22:28] <IT_Sean> I saw that the other day. Looks neat!
[22:28] <thescatman> What would it output?
[22:28] <Gadgetoid> englishman: really depends what projects you're planning
[22:29] <englishman> nothing rpi or 'maker' related
[22:29] <englishman> hmh you dont have those little wifi dangles
[22:29] <Gadgetoid> englishman: aye, waiting for new stock of those but I don't know what the E.T.A is
[22:30] <englishman> heh displayotron does look neato
[22:30] <Gadgetoid> We do stock a nifty corkscrew :D
[22:30] <IT_Sean> Gadgetoid: link to your store?
[22:31] <Gadgetoid> IT_Sean: :D http://shop.pimoroni.com/products/displayotron-3000
[22:31] <IT_Sean> Ah... I was just browsing mimoroni the other day.
[22:31] <Gadgetoid> We just launched Explorer HAT today, too
[22:31] <IT_Sean> *pimoroni
[22:31] <englishman> are prices in vat, i dont see that mentioned and its not in the terms&conditions
[22:31] <Gadgetoid> Yes, they're all inc VAT
[22:32] <shing> thanks H__
[22:32] <englishman> ah that makes it much nicer
[22:32] <englishman> since im not in eu how would i get that removed
[22:32] <IT_Sean> You've got some cool stuff on offer, but, as a leftpondian, shipping would be hideous.
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[22:32] <Gadgetoid> IT_Sean: Aye, it's not too bad, but it's not good!
[22:32] <Gadgetoid> IT_Sean: We're also working on fixing that
[22:33] <Gadgetoid> Although Adafruit stock most of our goodies!
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[22:33] <IT_Sean> Indeed.. I usually order my pi stuff thru adafruit.
[22:33] <Gadgetoid> englishman: That's a good question- ie: one to which I don't know the answer!
[22:33] <englishman> shipping quote was only 10gbp
[22:33] <Gadgetoid> englishman: where's that to?
[22:33] <englishman> canada
[22:34] <Gadgetoid> Ohai! I'm slightly Canadian, har!
[22:34] <englishman> probably royal mail? which is super fast
[22:34] <englishman> sorry to hear that
[22:34] <englishman> :P
[22:35] <thescatman> Canada has Royal Mail?
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[22:35] <ozzzy> thescatman, Canada Post
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[22:43] <Gadgetoid> englishman: Our store sucks a little for overseas customers at the moment so we can't do pricing withotu VAT, we'll get in touch with some Canadian distributors though
[22:43] <Gadgetoid> Although I appreciate that doesn't help your Pi 2 situation!
[22:43] <englishman> :)
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[22:58] <Gadgetoid> englishman: placed an order yet?
[23:01] <Gadgetoid> See pm ;)
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[23:02] <englishman> :)
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[23:05] <thescatman> hehe I'm getting parts to power a pi with tin foil and activated charcoal atm
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[23:05] <thescatman> Anyone with a background in electronics? I just want to check a couple of things
[23:06] <NGC3982> Sure.
[23:06] <NGC3982> I guess i can help
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[23:07] <thescatman> Basically I can make a battery out of >7 packages of tin foil, activated charcoal and salt water with some kitchen paper.
[23:07] <thescatman> That provides around 7V@1A
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[23:07] <Gadgetoid> Most of my electronics experience seems to revolve around making extremely creative and unlikely errors in Eagle schematics and layouts
[23:08] <thescatman> I was going to put about 12 together, then use either something like this: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Converter-Power-Regulator-Voltage-Step/dp/B00E5VGWT8/ref=sr_1_4?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1424727764&sr=1-4&keywords=12v+step+down+to+5v
[23:08] <thescatman> or a car plug to usb adapter
[23:08] <thescatman> to dc-dc 12V down to 5V@1A to power a pi (purely for the fun of it and to see if it'd work)
[23:08] <NGC3982> Simply putting foil and acids in a jar will never make 7V
[23:08] <NGC3982> It make 2, or 18, or something in between for a brief moment.
[23:09] <NGC3982> And you will never - ever - power a Pi with it.
[23:09] <NGC3982> A regulator might make it work, but i fail to see the purpose then.
[23:09] <thescatman> https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=xjUzF4TrEAQ#t=521 seems to say differently? :/
[23:10] <englishman> 7W of tinfoil
[23:10] <englishman> im definitely in one of those channels
[23:10] <thescatman> lol
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[23:11] <NGC3982> That guy should stick to Screensavers.
[23:11] <thescatman> hm?
[23:11] * NGC3982 is a bit mean.
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[23:11] <NGC3982> Well, as long as you have the correct regulator, anything could power anything
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[23:12] <NGC3982> Although, using it will affect it, and powering a Pi would with correct regulator configuration work
[23:12] <thescatman> a dc-dc 12v to 5v power regulator should in theory do it though?
[23:12] <NGC3982> But not for more than probably seconds
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[23:12] <NGC3982> Yes, in theory.
[23:12] <englishman> http://www.ebay.ca/itm/310683416079
[23:12] <thescatman> yeah, I just want to see if it would boot. that's all I want haha
[23:12] <englishman> such efficient wow
[23:13] <NGC3982> How long do you think you can power a 5V1A unit with tinfoil.
[23:13] <NGC3982> Well
[23:13] <NGC3982> If that's your case
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[23:13] <teclo-> is the Edimax EW-7612UAN a good wifi adapter ?
[23:13] <thescatman> lol, maybe 30 seconds?
[23:13] <NGC3982> I shall do nothing more than admire your sense of scientific curiosity.
[23:13] <NGC3982> :)
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[23:14] <thescatman> well I'm totally not nicking my parents' old CO2 fire extinguisher to make dry ice to see how high the pi 2 clocks with it...
[23:14] <thescatman> :)
[23:15] <englishman> start with an led
[23:15] <englishman> then move up
[23:15] <NGC3982> Speaking of, i did not really get a hold on how heat sensitive the RPI2 will be
[23:15] <thescatman> How do you mean?
[23:15] <thescatman> It definitely gets far hotter than the pi 1 at high clock speeds
[23:16] <NGC3982> Using the raspi-config overclock utility in B+, temperature would never reach (afaik) <85C, and did not suffer anything from it.
[23:16] <NGC3982> More than SD cards and data corruptions.
[23:16] <thescatman> indeed
[23:16] <NGC3982> thescatman: Oh, i see.
[23:17] <thescatman> hm?
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[23:20] <thescatman> As I've found very little info on it by the way, it seems to clock up to 1100MHz pretty easily but it does require a heatsink. Haven't tried higher yet.
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[23:21] <NGC3982> thescatman: I see.
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[23:38] <fsa317> Working on building a project and I'm getting low voltage warnings that come and go on my screen. Using a MM I see small drops to around 4.6V. The drops seem to occur the more intense what I'm doing is. I'm trying to understand how that would effect voltage?
[23:39] <fsa317> My setup is a 5v 3A power cord powering a USB hub. The hub then powers my Pi and an exnternal HDD. The power cord has been cut and a disconnect added. With just the cord plugged in I got a stable 5.2V. I'm trying to figure out a) Do I need to worry about this and b) how can I debug further?
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[23:42] <Xark> fsa317: Sounds undesirable for reliability. Your PS may be "weak", also often thin USB cables can cause power issues.
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[23:48] <derpingit> hey guys... can the pi2 mount an external usb drive ?
[23:48] <clever> fsa317: i would check the resistance of the usb cord, and then look up ohms law to see how much voltage you would loose at typical currents
[23:48] <derpingit> i'm concerned abouto the power requirements
[23:49] <clever> derpingit: then use an external powered hub
[23:49] <derpingit> i just ordererd a 2a 5v adapter
[23:49] <Xark> derpingit: If you have a powerful enough supply (~2A) I think it is fine.
[23:49] <derpingit> don't wanna use a hub..so you;re saying it won't power one ?
[23:50] <clever> its a bit limited on how much current it can pass on to the usb port
[23:50] <derpingit> yeah i got an anker 2a usb power brick
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[23:50] <derpingit> "Anker 10W (2A) Home and Travel USB Wall Charger Adapter - See more at: http://www.ianker.com/product/71AN10W-BA#ptop"
[23:50] <derpingit> oh damm.. sorry bout the linky
[23:51] <Xark> clever: I was under the impression that B+ and Pi 2 would be OK for~500mA USB power (given sufficient input power).
[23:51] <ozzzy> Xark, as long as you don't want to plug anything into them
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[23:51] <Xark> ozzzy: ?
[23:52] <ozzzy> oh sorry... I see what you mean
[23:52] <ozzzy> I thought you wanted to power the Pi with 500mA
[23:52] <ozzzy> LOL
[23:52] <Xark> ozzzy: Yeah, talking "output". :)
[23:52] <ozzzy> the Pi2 will power a usb2 hdd, a 32g memory stick a wifi dongle and a 2.4ghz mouse/kbd dongle
[23:52] <ozzzy> on a 2A supply
[23:52] <Gadgetoid> RichiH: Are you "rgh"?
[23:52] <fsa317> I pluged a USB cable that was cut into the hub, and it gets a pretty stable 5V
[23:52] <Xark> ozzzy: Cool. That is what I hoped (and had heard).
[23:53] <teknic111> just got my pi2 and want to use the same raspbian sd on my pi b+. What must I do to get it to work? Is it even possible?
[23:53] * Xark is preparing a SD card for his new RPi2...
[23:53] <ozzzy> http://ozzzy.dyndns.org:8080/images/pi2.jpg
[23:53] <Xark> teknic111: I think newer Rasbian (e.g.) work on both
[23:53] <RichiH> Gadgetoid: no
[23:54] <Gadgetoid> So many Richard H's floating around!
[23:54] <fsa317> So can having more things plugged into the pi cause the voltage to drop?
[23:54] <fsa317> My Pi has a BT adapter, Wifi and a IR Reciever
[23:54] <ozzzy> I just power mine with the supply that came with my Nexus 7
[23:54] <teknic111> I have the latest version, but when i put the sd card into the pi2, all i see is the multicolor screen at boot. It just stays at that screen. What am I doing wrong?
[23:54] <Xark> fsa317: Sure, if supply is weak. Wifi in particular can be a large power draw
[23:55] <derpingit> is the odroid c1 a variation of the rp2 ? . sorry if this this a stupid question. it keeps coming up on my searches
[23:55] <Xark> derpingit: Not really.
[23:55] <teknic111> i even went to the overclock settings and selected the stock pi2 config
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[23:56] <fsa317> Xark: Would I be able to tell that measuring the voltage (when not in use) or is that just relative to current?
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[23:56] <Xark> fsa317: Voltage can appear fine without a load on PS.
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[23:57] <fsa317> Xark: so thats probably what I'm missing here is that the measurements without load aren't that useful
[23:57] <thescatman> Xark, sorry if someone else mentioned it, but you might have problems powering a usb hard drive if it's not on a powered usb hub or mains power
[23:58] <thescatman> oh, ozzzy *
[23:58] <thescatman> oh I missed the picture, ignore me
[23:59] <teknic111> has anyone here used the same raspbian SD from their pi B+ in their new pi2?
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