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IRC Log for 2015-03-18

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[0:00] <willmore> chod, I'd say that the answer is more nuanced than Ryccardo mentions. Yes, the ethernet port is connected to the CPU in the same way on both boards, but the CPU was a limit on the rpi. On the pi2 it's not:
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[0:00] <Sonny_Jim> SpeakerToMeat: Not 100% sure, but I think you have to be in the 'wheel' group for sudo to be available
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[0:00] <willmore> rpi:
[0:00] <peeps[work]> can rpi2 even run 4 usb devices without a powered hub?
[0:00] <willmore> [ ID] Interval Transfer Bandwidth
[0:00] <willmore> [ 3] 0.0-10.0 sec 61.8 MBytes 51.6 Mbits/sec
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[0:00] <willmore> For pi2:
[0:00] <willmore> [ 3] 0.0-10.0 sec 113 MBytes 94.3 Mbits/sec
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[0:01] <Ryccardo> peeps[work]: depends on devices, obviously... but unlikely
[0:01] <peeps[work]> so why put 4 ports on it
[0:01] <ShorTie> yes, with a 2.5amp supply and the current limit hack
[0:01] <Ryccardo> SpeakerToMeat: Sonny_Jim: in debian the group is "sudo" by default
[0:01] <peeps[work]> howmuch power caqn be supplied to usb without any hack?
[0:02] <peeps[work]> ShorTie, what is this hack?
[0:02] <ShorTie> 600ma total
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[0:02] <ShorTie> https://projects.drogon.net/testing-setting-the-usb-current-limiter-on-the-raspberry-pi-b/
[0:03] <SpeakerToMeat> Sonny_Jim: there's no sudo app, plus I have only root, no user login
[0:04] <ShorTie> don't need no sudo, lol.
[0:04] <Ryccardo> SpeakerToMeat: well, you can install it... :)
[0:04] <ShorTie> root is where it's at
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[0:05] <Ryccardo> I prefer sudo because of the "timestamp_timeout=2500" and "insults" options ;)
[0:06] <SpeakerToMeat> I have a custom kernel build, is there an easy way to find if a new firmware will require a newer kernel?
[0:06] <ShorTie> what bootloader are you using ??
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[0:08] <ShorTie> the foundations bootloader/firmware is kernel depenant
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[0:10] <SpeakerToMeat> Hmmmm ok
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[0:10] <SpeakerToMeat> So if I update to main, I better update my kernel then
[0:10] <SpeakerToMeat> Seems lattest branch is 3.18.y
[0:10] <ShorTie> don't know what cha mean by 'main'
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[0:13] <ShorTie> raspberrypi-bootloader brings in the lastest kernel, raspberrypi-bootloader-nokernel has no kernel and you have to install according to the pi it is being used on
[0:15] <SpeakerToMeat> Interesting, lattest firmware worked with my 3.12 build. But I'll switch to 3.18 soon
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[0:31] <Peetz0r> How would I capture pictures to do exposure stacking?
[0:31] <Peetz0r> "raspistill -o /tmp/raspicam_test_%04d.jpg -t 60000 -tl 0 -ex night -ss 6000000 -ISO 800" takes over 2 minutes to capture only 4 frames
[0:32] <Peetz0r> I was expecting just over 1 minute for 10 frames
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[0:35] <SpeakerToMeat> I wonder if I should use 3.18 or 3.19
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[0:51] <niston> hello raspberry piers
[0:53] <Bilby> Peetz0r I wonder if you can do it in post?
[0:53] <Bilby> niston heyo
[0:53] <niston> \o
[0:54] <Bilby> o/
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[0:55] <Peetz0r> Bilby: I was trying to use imagemagick (convert camera_*.jpg -evaluate-sequence add result.jpg) but it has a 'Bus Error' everytime I try it on the Pi
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[0:56] <Peetz0r> it works when I transfer the images to my laptop and run the exact same command there
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[0:57] <Cessna1090> jw, why does 'sudo lshw' return '*-cpu:1 DISABLED', '*-cpu:2 DISABLED', etc. ?
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[0:57] <Cessna1090> (only one that doesnt say disabled is cpu:0
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[1:03] <willmore> niston oXo Bilby
[1:04] <willmore> Peetz0r, I'm guessing you ran out of memory.
[1:04] <willmore> Try it on a bigger machine.
[1:04] <willmore> 512mB with some for graphics and camera doesn't leave a ton for large image manipulation.
[1:05] * willmore doesn't have a camera or he'd try.
[1:06] <methuzla> Peetz0r I think it's the -t parameter that's throwing you off
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[1:14] <willmore> Peetz0r, I think you need a "-t1 6000"
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[1:14] <niston> language question: "composed of" or "composed from" ?
[1:14] <willmore> niston, 'of'
[1:14] <petrvs> context
[1:14] <niston> thanks :D
[1:15] <niston> composed of subsystems
[1:15] <petrvs> yes, of
[1:15] <willmore> Finally, being a native English speaker is useful!
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[1:22] <methuzla> Peetz0r actually, i'm noting a large amount of processing time for long exposures
[1:23] <methuzla> date ; raspistill -t 1 -ss 100000 -o test.jpg ; date
[1:23] <methuzla> takes about 1 second, but
[1:23] <methuzla> date ; raspistill -t 1 -ss 1000000 -o test.jpg ; date
[1:24] <methuzla> takes over 6 seconds
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[1:26] <methuzla> date ; raspistill -t 1 -ss 6000000 -o test.jpg ; date
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[1:26] <methuzla> takes like 40 seconds or more
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[1:48] <willmore> Does the camera on the pi do black level compensation on long exposures? It may be doing it per exposure--which is one of the reasons to use exposure stacking--you can avoid that overhead.
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[1:54] <Ullarah> Anybody use the Playstation Eye (Came with the PS3) on a RPi?
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[1:55] <Sonny_Jim> Yeah I have
[1:55] <Sonny_Jim> No wait, I used the PS2 version
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[1:55] <Sonny_Jim> Cheap (bought it for 50p) but the resolution and quality are terrible
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[1:59] <waveform> willmore, you'd have to ask the firmware devs for a definite answer but I vaguely recall from some forum thread that it does do per-exposure compensation
[1:59] <HtheB> does anyone has some experience with PiTFT?
[1:59] <HtheB> I've tried to get mine to work, but no dice
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[2:00] <mattwj2002> hi all
[2:00] <mattwj2002> I just got a raspberry pi 2!
[2:00] <mattwj2002> :D
[2:00] <mattwj2002> I had a few questions if anyone is available.....
[2:00] <mattwj2002> do any of the images work for the 2?
[2:00] <mattwj2002> *all not any
[2:00] <ozzzy> get a pi2 image
[2:01] <willmore> mattwj2002, Any of them from Feb or later is what I was told.
[2:01] <mattwj2002> ozzzy: it has to be a pi2 image?
[2:01] <mattwj2002> okay thanks
[2:01] <ozzzy> if you want to be SURE that it'll go well
[2:01] <willmore> Nothing is SURE. :)
[2:02] <mattwj2002> oh I see where it says pi 1 or 2
[2:02] <mattwj2002> thanks!
[2:02] <mattwj2002> anyone else have pi2?
[2:02] * willmore just got his.
[2:02] <ozzzy> yep... I bought 2
[2:02] <willmore> niston, wake up!
[2:02] * HtheB has pi1B rev1
[2:03] <willmore> HtheB, I've only used generic serial TFT displays with the rpi.
[2:03] <mattwj2002> also how stable is Snappy Ubuntu Core and what is the deal with Windows 10 for Pi2?
[2:03] <HtheB> willmore: I'm using a generic one too now
[2:03] <ozzzy> Win10 is still vapourware and I run raspbian
[2:03] <willmore> mattwj2002, the win10 for pi2 is just a headless IoT device building kit.
[2:03] <HtheB> but it gives me white screen :(
[2:03] <mattwj2002> headless? no gui!
[2:04] <mattwj2002> :|
[2:04] <willmore> HtheB, it doesn't like you. Did you ask nicely.
[2:04] <willmore> mattwj2002, yeah, it's not a desktop version of windows.
[2:04] <HtheB> believe me, I asked very very nicely :D
[2:04] <mattwj2002> well F Microsoft then :)
[2:04] <mattwj2002> sorry if F is too close to a swear word
[2:04] <ozzzy> I'll install it
[2:04] <mattwj2002> I know there are probably kids in here
[2:04] <willmore> It's for embedded IoT applications. So, basically a publicity stunt as you'd have to be daft to use MS software for something like that.
[2:05] <willmore> If they know what 'F' stands for, then they already know what 'F' stands for...
[2:05] <mattwj2002> good point :P
[2:05] <mattwj2002> well I am going ubuntu
[2:06] <mattwj2002> alpha or no alpha it sounds interesting
[2:06] <willmore> HtheB, hard to debug wiring over the internet.
[2:06] <ozzzy> this Pi isn't doing anything but increasing the entropy of the universe.... so Win10 can do that just as well as anything else
[2:06] <HtheB> :D
[2:06] <HtheB> I have this one: http://www.ebay.com/itm/111438206242
[2:06] <willmore> I've used my cheap displays on two different Pis and an odroid-C1. Didn't have any issues and I had to guess a lot at the wiring.
[2:06] <Cessna1090> anyone happen to have expierence using a potentiostat with the RPi?
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[2:07] * ozzzy wonders what a potentiostat is
[2:07] <mattwj2002> one has to ask.....
[2:07] <willmore> HtheB, that's pretty.
[2:07] <mattwj2002> does entropy in the whole universe really matter or is just our know solar system enough to worry about :P
[2:07] <HtheB> yes, pretty white :D
[2:07] <HtheB> shows only white :(
[2:07] <willmore> I'm guessing it's an interesting mistranslation of 'variable resistor'.
[2:08] <mattwj2002> besides ....
[2:08] <ozzzy> mattwj2002, eventually it matters
[2:08] <willmore> HtheB, do you know it works? If the controller is good, the display should be *black*, not white. I had one DOA that was white.
[2:08] <mattwj2002> the Milk Way is combining with the andromeda galaxy in a few billion years anyways
[2:08] <mattwj2002> doesn't matter to me I won't be here!
[2:08] <mattwj2002> :)
[2:08] <HtheB> willmore: how can I check if mine is a DOA?
[2:09] <HtheB> because it looks like it :/
[2:09] <Cessna1090> ozzzy: http://publiclab.org/wiki/potentiostat http://steingart.princeton.edu/ardustat
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[2:09] <mattwj2002> http://phenomena.nationalgeographic.com/2014/03/24/scientists-predict-our-galaxys-death/
[2:09] <mattwj2002> so yeah
[2:09] <willmore> HtheB, I do not know. I had multiple displays to compare and the broken one was clearly different than the others.
[2:10] <Cessna1090> nadia drake is a hottie.
[2:10] <HtheB> and I was happy that mine came in only 7 days
[2:10] <HtheB> (never had such a fast delivery)
[2:10] <mattwj2002> I ordered mine on Friday...it arrived today...I could have had it next day if I wanted
[2:11] <mattwj2002> I bought a whole kit though...not just a rpi and I have Amazon Prime :)
[2:11] <ozzzy> Cessna1090, I can't see the usefulness of that
[2:11] <willmore> Cessna1090, that's an interesting device and very, very specific to a certain use.
[2:12] * willmore isn't sure what Nadia Drake's supposed hotness has to do with anything.
[2:12] * ozzzy isn't sure who Nadia Drake is
[2:12] <willmore> You're not going to use the potentiostat on her?
[2:13] <willmore> That, too, ozzzy.
[2:13] <mattwj2002> yeah willmore that would just be wrong
[2:13] <mattwj2002> :P
[2:14] <mattwj2002> I'll tell you a nice thing about a the pi2
[2:14] <mattwj2002> more usb ports than my old pi b!
[2:14] <mattwj2002> :)
[2:15] <ozzzy> http://ozzzy.dyndns.org/images/putty_terminal.PNG <-- that's all my Pi is doing
[2:15] <Cessna1090> she wrote the article mentioned earlier..i digress
[2:15] <mattwj2002> ozzzy: how are you measuring that?
[2:15] <mattwj2002> I have done something similar with arduino
[2:15] <ozzzy> it's just showing the cpu temp
[2:16] <mattwj2002> oh!
[2:16] <mattwj2002> I thought that was room temp
[2:16] <ozzzy> nope... but I have a temperature probe that I'll add when my 3.5mm stereo jacks come in
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[2:17] <mattwj2002> so you can do video out the audio jack ?
[2:18] <ozzzy> video?
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[2:19] <willmore> Oh, yes, I guess she is. A little too much eyeliner, but she understands science, so that's forgiveable.
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[2:32] <Tenkawa> whats new all?
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[2:35] <mattwj2002> back
[2:35] <mattwj2002> so can't you get audio and video both out of the 3.5 mm jack?
[2:36] <mattwj2002> stupid internet :(
[2:36] <Tenkawa> mattwj2002: what are you trying to do?
[2:37] <mattwj2002> nothing besides trying to understand my new hardware
[2:37] <mattwj2002> :)
[2:37] <Tenkawa> ahhh
[2:37] <Tenkawa> pick up an rpi2>
[2:37] <Tenkawa> er ?
[2:37] <mattwj2002> I am hooking my new rpi 2 up with HD
[2:37] <mattwj2002> yes
[2:38] <mattwj2002> *HDMI
[2:38] <Tenkawa> yup
[2:38] <Tenkawa> thats how I have mine hooked up
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[2:39] <Tenkawa> mind you I only hook up one at a time to a video source
[2:39] <Tenkawa> I use the rest headless
[2:39] <mattwj2002> ah
[2:39] <mattwj2002> :)
[2:40] <mattwj2002> Tenkawa: is the new hardware quite a bit faster?
[2:40] <Tenkawa> indeed
[2:40] <Tenkawa> yes
[2:40] <mattwj2002> I heard 6x!
[2:40] <Tenkawa> 4 cpus vs 1
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[2:40] <mattwj2002> *cores but yeah I get your point
[2:40] <mattwj2002> :)
[2:40] <Tenkawa> different core instruction set
[2:41] <Tenkawa> core, cpu, its all relative
[2:41] <Tenkawa> heheh
[2:41] <mattwj2002> yeah I heard they were "better" processing chips
[2:41] <Tenkawa> yep
[2:41] <mattwj2002> plus more memory never hurts!
[2:41] <Tenkawa> indeed
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[2:42] <mattwj2002> pi engaged
[2:42] <mattwj2002> :)
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[2:43] <mattwj2002> hmmm
[2:43] <mattwj2002> weird boot screen!
[2:44] <Tenkawa> will it boot though?
[2:45] <mattwj2002> yeah
[2:45] <mattwj2002> it is booted
[2:45] <mattwj2002> it was just 4 pis and nothing else
[2:46] <mattwj2002> I was expecting a bunch of text scrolling
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[2:47] <mattwj2002> I am trying the ubuntu snappy image
[2:47] <Tenkawa> ahhh
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[2:48] <mattwj2002> what a bad hostname
[2:48] <mattwj2002> localhost?
[2:49] <willmore> ??
[2:49] <willmore> localhost is always the name of the machine you're on.
[2:49] <mattwj2002> right
[2:49] <willmore> 127.0.0.1
[2:50] <mattwj2002> but if you try to connect to it via ssh it won't work ... you can only connect to it via ip address out of the box
[2:50] <mattwj2002> :)
[2:50] <mattwj2002> or change the hostname
[2:50] <willmore> No other box will care what it thinks its hostname is.
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[2:51] <mattwj2002> willmore
[2:51] <mattwj2002> matt@node4:~/Desktop$ ssh ubuntu@localhost ssh: connect to host localhost port 22: Connection refused
[2:51] <mattwj2002> that doesn't work
[2:51] <mattwj2002> via ip address does
[2:51] <Tenkawa> ping localhost
[2:52] <Tenkawa> its probably on 127.0.1.1 if its ubuntu
[2:52] <Tenkawa> right?
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[2:52] <mattwj2002> 127.0.0.1
[2:52] <mattwj2002> :)
[2:52] <willmore> Works here, mattwj2002.
[2:52] <Tenkawa> yeah its goofy about that
[2:52] <willmore> Sure you are running sshd locally?
[2:52] <Tenkawa> look in /etc/ssh/sshd_config
[2:53] <Tenkawa> for the listen lines
[2:53] <mattwj2002> I am not running it locally but my pi has it enabled by default
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[2:53] <willmore> Then put in the IP address of the pi, not localhost.
[2:53] <mattwj2002> just saying a hostname other than localhost might be a good idea
[2:53] <Tenkawa> mattwj2002: all machines have a loopback reference to itself as localhost
[2:54] <mattwj2002> localhost causes unnecessary confusion for noobs
[2:54] <mattwj2002> right.....
[2:54] <willmore> It's necessary confusion.
[2:54] <mattwj2002> but won't a hostname like ubuntu{part of the mac address} or something similar be more logical?
[2:54] <mattwj2002> or just a standard one like snappy or something?
[2:55] <Tenkawa> mattwj2002: that name will be for its hostname and ip address of the interface
[2:55] <Tenkawa> ethernet
[2:55] <willmore> I put a hostname field in my DHCP server and the boxes pick it up automatically.
[2:55] <mattwj2002> willmore: just trying to give my opinion not anything else
[2:55] <mattwj2002> :)
[2:55] <Tenkawa> 127.0.0.1 is for the loopback interface
[2:55] <Tenkawa> ie localhost
[2:55] <Tenkawa> its a tcp/ip standard i think still
[2:55] <mattwj2002> right
[2:56] <mattwj2002> yeah I think that is right
[2:56] <mattwj2002> I have seen with rpi1 images
[2:56] <Tenkawa> you would put the hostname on the "real" ip
[2:56] <mattwj2002> normally they have a name like octopi
[2:56] <mattwj2002> or something else
[2:56] <Tenkawa> right.. however those would have "routeable" ips
[2:57] <mattwj2002> snappy doesn't have a routable ip?
[2:57] <Tenkawa> sure.
[2:57] <Tenkawa> you can change the hostname by editing /etc/hostname
[2:58] <mattwj2002> yup it is no problem for me
[2:58] <mattwj2002> I was just trying to give my opinion to aid in future versions of the snappy ubuntu image!
[2:58] <mattwj2002> :)
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[3:00] <mattwj2002> I hope know thought I was argueing or anything.....
[3:01] <willmore> No worries.
[3:01] <Tenkawa> nah.. I knew what you were conveying
[3:01] <Tenkawa> feedback is good
[3:01] <mattwj2002> okay sweet
[3:01] <mattwj2002> text only over the Internet.....
[3:01] <mattwj2002> you never know!
[3:01] <willmore> But UNIX has been doing it that way since forever. :)
[3:01] <willmore> so...
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[3:03] * Tenkawa has been using unix forever
[3:03] <Tenkawa> haaahaaa
[3:04] <Tenkawa> got my first exposure to it in 1980
[3:04] <mattwj2002> so what is ubuntu core?
[3:04] <Tenkawa> linux in 1993
[3:04] <mattwj2002> Tenkawa: you definitely have more experience then me
[3:04] <Tenkawa> mattwj2002: it should say on the ubuntu website
[3:04] <mattwj2002> *than
[3:04] <Tenkawa> mattwj2002: its what I've done since I got out of school too
[3:05] <Tenkawa> unix and database work
[3:05] <mattwj2002> nice
[3:05] <Tenkawa> I like it
[3:05] <mattwj2002> I am more on the Cisco networking side
[3:05] <mattwj2002> ubuntu is fun though
[3:05] <Tenkawa> I was an IOS geek back in the day
[3:05] <Tenkawa> setup an ISP on old access routers
[3:05] <Tenkawa> as4300's
[3:05] <willmore> Tenkawa, only '93 for Linux? n00b.
[3:06] <Tenkawa> willmore: umm... i dont think so...
[3:06] <Tenkawa> heh
[3:06] <mattwj2002> as4300 :|
[3:06] <mattwj2002> dang that is old!
[3:06] <Tenkawa> mattwj2002: yep
[3:06] <mattwj2002> I have never seen a as4300 ... I think I have seen as5300
[3:06] <Tenkawa> first isp I ever dialed up to used them
[3:06] <willmore> I've got my 0.14 boot/root discs around here somewhere...
[3:06] <mattwj2002> nice!
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[3:07] <Tenkawa> willmore: slackware?
[3:07] <willmore> Tenkawa, we didn't have distros back then
[3:07] <willmore> But, when they came about, slackware was the one to use.
[3:07] <Tenkawa> yep
[3:08] <Tenkawa> I did the whole build your own before that too however it was so painful
[3:08] <willmore> And when they went from GCC 1.40 to 2.0, the world just broke.
[3:08] <Tenkawa> redhat was just too restrictive
[3:08] <Tenkawa> oh I remember that painfully
[3:08] <willmore> I never used redhat until 6.something.
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[3:08] * Tenkawa was still using assembly mostly
[3:08] * willmore does *not* do x86 assembly.
[3:09] * Tenkawa missed out on some of the first gcc pain
[3:09] <mattwj2002> I studied redhat like the 7.x days
[3:09] <willmore> Anything else is fine.
[3:09] <ozzzy> I had a redhat 4 server running
[3:09] <ozzzy> then I jumped to mandrake 5
[3:09] <Tenkawa> ozzzy: nice
[3:09] <willmore> I tried SUSE once. It was terrible.
[3:09] <Tenkawa> heh
[3:09] <Tenkawa> dsl...
[3:09] <willmore> But it was the only disto that supported my Alpha workstation.
[3:09] <Tenkawa> that was fun however ardous
[3:09] <ozzzy> I stuck with mandrake/mandriva until they decided they hated desktop users and went to kubuntu
[3:10] <ozzzy> then Win8
[3:10] <willmore> Heathen.
[3:10] <Tenkawa> well.. time to finish up some code..
[3:10] <Tenkawa> cheers all...
[3:10] <mattwj2002> *throws holly water on ozzzy*
[3:10] <mattwj2002> *holy
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[3:11] <willmore> sleep for me.
[3:11] <ozzzy> some day Linux will get it's act together re: astronomical equipment and I'll go back
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[3:11] <ozzzy> until then... I use what I need LOL
[3:12] <mattwj2002> I use Linux when I do need Microsoft do what it wants and not what I want
[3:13] <mattwj2002> *don't need
[3:13] <ozzzy> Windows works
[3:13] <ozzzy> OSs are just plumbing.... it's the application software that matters
[3:13] <mattwj2002> for most stuff yes and quite well
[3:13] <mattwj2002> linux reminds me of computer in the old days too
[3:14] <mattwj2002> :)
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[3:14] <ozzzy> the thing I miss in Windows is a useful (and usable) command shell
[3:14] <mattwj2002> supposely you can install apps from the command line in windows 10
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[3:17] <meLon> I'm having difficulties with multiple pies with multiple SD cards having issues with Archlinux. I've used Archlinux on my pi's for a while now, but with the newer versions my system hangs after a few minutes. Any suggestions?
[3:17] <mattwj2002> hmmm
[3:18] <mattwj2002> how do you fix the hang?
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[3:18] <mattwj2002> I mean does a reboot help?
[3:18] <mattwj2002> does it unhang after waiting a while?
[3:19] <mattwj2002> well guys
[3:19] <mattwj2002> I seriously need to get some sleep!
[3:19] <mattwj2002> have a good night all bye! :D
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[3:20] <meLon> Yes, rebooting helps
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[3:20] <meLon> And no journal logs are of any help
[3:20] <mattwj2002> meLon how much free space?
[3:20] <meLon> And, I've used two different pi's with two different sd cards
[3:20] <meLon> 512MB /boot
[3:20] <meLon> ~7GB /
[3:21] <mattwj2002> hmmm
[3:21] <mattwj2002> overclocking?
[3:21] <meLon> The last time I installed archlinux, it was on the /downloads page
[3:21] <meLon> Now it's not, and I have issues
[3:21] <meLon> No overclocking
[3:21] <mattwj2002> dmesg show anythign?
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[3:21] <meLon> I'm not a super unix guy, but I run all linux boxes and have a pretty good understanding of things... but I have no idea what's going on
[3:21] <mattwj2002> I mean any clues!
[3:21] <mattwj2002> :)
[3:22] <meLon> dmesg/journal shows nothing man!!! I KNOW!!!
[3:22] <mattwj2002> yeah that sucks.....
[3:22] <mattwj2002> is the memory slip default?
[3:22] <mattwj2002> if you
[3:22] <mattwj2002> cat /etc/meminfo
[3:22] <mattwj2002> do you have a lot free?
[3:23] <mattwj2002> I think there might be a free command too for memory
[3:24] <meLon> I was watching top and I never went above 54MB
[3:24] <meLon> AND, I had GPU with only 16MB, so...
[3:24] <mattwj2002> okay....I hate to say this but I am not sure
[3:24] <meLon> ALSO!! I set up 512MB swap
[3:24] <Froolap> about what?
[3:24] <meLon> with 0 swapinness JUST IN CASE
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[3:25] <mattwj2002> meLon: best of luck.....lots of smart people in this room ... I am sure you'll figure it out
[3:25] <mattwj2002> :D
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[3:25] <meLon> Yeah. I imagine somebody is going to say "Yeah, since version soandsoandso, we've had issues with thisandthisandthis.
[3:25] <meLon> "
[3:26] <mattwj2002> right
[3:26] <mattwj2002> I am not dev.....
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[3:26] <mattwj2002> but I am tired so bed I go!
[3:26] <mattwj2002> :)
[3:26] <mattwj2002> good night meLon good night all!
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[3:29] <ozzzy> good night Mrs Calabash... wherever you are
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[3:43] <ryankarason> ozzzy: that is why if someone points a gun at you and forces you to use windows, you install cygwin!
[3:44] <kisak> there's that new project too
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[3:45] <kisak> https://github.com/wishstudio/flinux
[3:46] <ryankarason> "Foreign LINUX is still in early stage, bad things like crashing your system or eating your harddisk may happen. You have been warned."
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[3:47] <ryankarason> ^not much worse than running standard windows however
[3:49] <ozzzy> I've run cp/m, dos, unix, linux, openvms, os/2 and windows.... (not counting the systems on work minis)... OSs are just plumbing
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[3:53] <ryankarason> ozzzy: that depends on what you do, but i understand your point
[3:54] <ryankarason> personally, i leverage day to day on the underworkings on linux for my ""applications""
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[3:57] <ozzzy> ryankarason, I do astrophotography... linux just doesn't cut it
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[3:57] <ryankarason> ozzzy: ah, very interesting!
[3:57] <ryankarason> what do you need there, just start tracking programs?
[3:57] <ryankarason> s/start/star
[3:58] <ozzzy> I mean... I could write drivers, applications, and middleware... or do astrophotography
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[3:58] <ozzzy> no.. the mount does that itself
[3:58] <ryankarason> sure. the thing with linux is i suppose that writing drivers and middleware is easier
[3:59] <ryankarason> ozzzy: so what do the programs do?
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[3:59] <ryankarason> out of curiosity...
[3:59] <ryankarason> i have considererd astrophotography, but my mount is manual =P
[3:59] <ozzzy> control the camera(s)... guiding, pre-processing, post-processing.... all that stuff is there in Windows
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[4:00] <ozzzy> the camera makers don't tend to write linux drivers
[4:00] <ozzzy> that's not where the money is
[4:01] <ryankarason> understandable
[4:01] <ozzzy> and then there's focuser control, filter wheel control, blah blah
[4:01] <ozzzy> yeah... totally
[4:01] <ryankarason> interesting.
[4:01] <ozzzy> I love linux... but if I have to boot a VM to get anything done why am I not in the VM'd OS to start with
[4:01] <ryankarason> see, i am particularly interested in getting linux running on a camera so i can write all my own software=P
[4:01] <ryankarason> ozzzy: very understandle
[4:01] <ryankarason> see, i run pure linux and 0 vms
[4:02] <ozzzy> I did that for years =)
[4:02] <ryankarason> there isn't a single windows or mac or solaris or w/e application that i am dependant on
[4:02] <ozzzy> even have a linux app that's still being downloade (dunno why)
[4:02] <ryankarason> hehe
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[4:03] <ryankarason> what kinda system do you need to run your astro programs? as in can an rpi2 run it?
[4:03] <ozzzy> no... I tried a model B
[4:03] <ozzzy> it ended up being a USB over IP 'hub' to the windows machine
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[4:04] <ozzzy> but then... the new guide camera needs too much USB bandwith for that to work so it went away
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[4:04] <ryankarason> heh=P
[4:05] <ryankarason> i am curious what the minimal system you would need, such taht you could do it all "in the field"
[4:05] <ozzzy> I can do it with a 2-core Atom, 2G ram and a 60G ssd
[4:05] <ozzzy> LOL
[4:05] <ryankarason> =)
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[4:06] <ozzzy> http://ozzzy.dyndns.org/images/minitoga.jpg
[4:06] <ryankarason> lmao:|
[4:06] <ryankarason> corporate firewall doesn't like your site...wtf
[4:06] <ozzzy> I can run that using RDP and get things done
[4:08] <ryankarason> ... apparently dyndns.org is blocked...wtf
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[4:09] <ozzzy> http://imgur.com/gallery/njTnemn/new
[4:09] <ozzzy> is imgur blocked?
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[4:11] <ryankarason> imgur is not =)
[4:11] <ryankarason> neat!
[4:11] <ozzzy> anyway... we got a box of those boards and a bagful of 60G ssds that were going out in the garbage
[4:11] <ozzzy> put together some nice little boxen
[4:12] <ryankarason> very cool
[4:12] <ozzzy> that one has 6 USB ports, 2 gigabit ethernet ports, VGA, rs232 and 802.11n
[4:12] <ryankarason> i recently got a neat little "box" though... it isn't a box at all
[4:12] <ozzzy> runs win7-64
[4:12] <ryankarason> its essentially rpi spec, but much smaller
[4:12] <ozzzy> ahhh... that sounds interesting
[4:12] <ozzzy> which board
[4:12] <ryankarason> http://www.inversepath.com/usbarmory.html
[4:14] <ozzzy> now that is kinda kewl
[4:17] <ozzzy> I've been thinking of picking up an Intel Compute Stick
[4:20] <ozzzy> ah well... it's bed time
[4:20] <ozzzy> night all
[4:20] <ryankarason> enjoy!
[4:20] <ryankarason> and yeah, it is pretty neat:)
[4:20] <ryankarason> i made a necklace out of mine
[4:20] <ryankarason> and i don't even feel it hanging
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[5:08] <TheMilkMan> anyone use multiple wifi adapters with their pi?
[5:14] <yoosi> TheMilkMan: I haven't with my Pi but I have with laptops.
[5:14] <yoosi> TheMilkMan: What are you trying to accomplish?
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[5:16] <TheMilkMan> Was looking to try and walk around with my pi and scan wifi ap and plot them against a map with gps to attempt a wifi positioning system.
[5:17] <TheMilkMan> Not sure where to start or if it will even work
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[5:32] <abnormal> if you use more than one wifi, each one has have a different address.. otherwise conflicts will happen.
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[5:33] <abnormal> you may want to research on the www.raspberrypi.org forums to see if anyone else has done it that way...
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[5:39] <yoosi> TheMilkMan: you are attempting to wardrive, no?
[5:39] <TheMilkMan> more or less
[5:40] <TheMilkMan> Not interested with exploining the connections, just trying to map areas to compare accuracy of a non gps location method
[5:40] <TheMilkMan> But since I would do the initial pass with a gps, not sure if the accuracy could be compared
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[5:41] <abnormal> would multiple pi's do it?
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[5:42] <TheMilkMan> I was hoping to use a b+ or a 2 with 2 wifi cards, one to monitor and collect info and one i could ssh into on my phone
[5:42] <TheMilkMan> gonna get a i2c gps module to connect too
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[5:43] <abnormal> I see.. that's quite a setup.. way over my head..
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[5:59] <lickalott> Ullarah, you around?
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[6:00] <abnormal> must be, he's in the list...
[6:00] <lickalott> he could be running a znc/bnc
[6:00] <lickalott> i'm always in the list and hardly ever around :D
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[6:02] <abnormal> I see.. I am here once in pink moon...
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[7:08] <Stephini_> hi is anyone on?
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[7:11] <ShorTie> maybe
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[7:12] <janeway> @shorTie maybe not :P
[7:13] <Stephini_> ok something i'm trying to figure out. everything i read says avoid sending 5v down to the board always send 3.3v... but i was thinking. ground is supposed to shoot strait back out to the wall and not enter the circuit so shouldn't harm the pi. am i mistaken in this?
[7:14] <ShorTie> ground has no potential
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[7:15] <Stephini_> yeah i'm a total EE newb that's right over my head.
[7:15] <ShorTie> ground is normally, like every where in a circuit
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[7:15] <ShorTie> you can not have a circuit without ground
[7:15] <Stephini_> k.
[7:15] <Stephini_> it's the exit basically right?
[7:15] <ShorTie> return
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[7:19] <Stephini_> but ultimatly the answer to weather it would harm the pi if say i ran my 5v pin to a ground pin and just left it there all day is that it wouldn't harm the board...just waste energy?
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[7:21] <ShorTie> not gonna say it will or will not hurt the pi because sortta like hard to tell, but what it will do is kill what ever the 5v is coming from
[7:21] <ShorTie> it is called a short, and shorts are bad bad bad!!!!
[7:22] <Xark> "best case" a fuse or other protection method will trigger...worst case is worse. :)
[7:22] <ShorTie> up in smoke
[7:23] <Stephini_> ultimatly what i plan to do is wire 2 nes controllers (all 4 of mine require 5v apparently) i know i need to downstep the data lines to 3.3v i'm just looking for confirmation that the ground doesn't also need to be downstepped.
[7:24] <ShorTie> ground is 0v, ie: no potential, so there is no 'downstepping' it
[7:24] <Datalink> Stephini_, ground is generally common in digital circuits, the 5V pins or 3.3V pins are those voltages above ground potential
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[7:25] <Datalink> Stephini_, in short, the NES controller's ground and the Pi's ground can be wired directly together, in most digital cases 'ground' or 'gnd' means it can be among the common potential, it gets a bit different in analog but in digital ground is ground
[7:26] <Stephini_> ShorTie, you keep saying that as if it's a universal truth which makes me wonder if i'm just really misunderstanding electricity but from what i understood you put current in through xV it runs through your circuit if it does things it exits through a data line but if it misses all those data lines it runs through the ground pin. so the line coming into the ground pin would have a current unless i really missunderstand
[7:26] <Stephini_> electricity.
[7:27] <ShorTie> you do not 'put' current in
[7:27] <ShorTie> you apply a voltage
[7:27] <ShorTie> the resistance of a circuit will 'draw' a current
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[7:28] <ShorTie> basic e=i*r, ohm's law
[7:28] <Stephini_> ok poor choice of words. when you attach a current source of xV it flows through your curcuit in the way i decribed. no?
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[7:29] <ShorTie> you attach a voltage source, that source can supply "up to" X amount of current
[7:29] <Datalink> Stephini_, think of ground as the drain, hydrolic equipment has a reservoir of fluid ready to be pumped to pistons, ground acts similar to this for digital circuits
[7:30] <Datalink> Ground is also often called 'common' because it is the common point of electrical potential for the circuit to offset other parts from
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[7:32] <ShorTie> 'i'm just really misunderstanding electricity' i think is correct
[7:33] <Datalink> reallizing one's misunderstandings does help one focus on finding out how it actually works
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[7:33] <ShorTie> sure it does
[7:34] <Datalink> well I think so at least... though I'll start researching when I realize I misunderstood something
[7:34] <ShorTie> if you have a total misunderstanding of something, your never gonna know how it works properly
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[7:35] <Datalink> ShorTie, I've said realization of... the knowledge that I'm wrong is where I start looking into how and what the correct stuff is
[7:35] <Stephini_> the thing is the drain thing datalink described is exactly how i already think of it. water go in, water goes through complex series of pipes that make things happen, water goes out the drain.
[7:35] <ShorTie> before the learning curve can proceed, you must clear up misunderstandings
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[7:37] <ShorTie> Stephini_, i'm 53 years old, been playing with electricty since i was 6, and have never heard use of 'drian' before, so .. :/~
[7:37] <Stephini_> hey i'm not the first person to mention it in this conversation.
[7:37] <ShorTie> unless your talking about a specific part of a transister that is
[7:38] <ShorTie> i bag to differ with that
[7:39] <ShorTie> s/bag/beg/ or how ever it is spelt
[7:40] <Stephini_> beg is correct. but what do you differ on? me not being the first to mention it? cause datalink said drain long before i did.
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[7:41] <ShorTie> what ever, sorry, doesn't help in the understanding of things
[7:42] <ShorTie> proper terminology does
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[7:44] <Datalink> ShorTie, source, sink, drain, have come up in my experience, and yeah, typically they are transistor terms, I've heard them applied elsewhere though
[7:46] <Stephini_> analogies quite often are used to bridge different degrees of understanding. and since water is observable and electricity isn't directly observable if they behave in any way similarly they can be valid ways to convey a concept. i'm not sure if they do but i always (maybe miss)understood that electricity moves like water from one higher point to one lower point at a set rate.
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[7:47] <Stephini_> in the case of electricity it moves from a point of high energy to a point of low energy the same way heat does. instead of planetary gravity being the driving force.
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[7:50] <ShorTie> yes, the basic concept of many things like water flow, hydraulics, phnematics, electricity are the same can be applied to all
[7:52] <ShorTie> but once you get pass the very basic, you need a more though understanding of individual comments, yes, this thing maybe 'like' that thing
[7:52] <ShorTie> like a flow valve is 'like' a resistor
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[7:53] <ShorTie> it impedes the flow
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[10:37] <mattwj2002> hi all
[10:37] <mattwj2002> :)
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[10:43] <HtheB> good morning :)
[10:44] <SirLagz> evening
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[10:46] <mattwj2002> good day all!
[10:46] <mattwj2002> :D
[10:46] <mattwj2002> hey I have a weird question....
[10:46] <mattwj2002> anyone game?
[10:46] <mattwj2002> :)
[10:46] <mattwj2002> I have a pi B 1
[10:47] <SirLagz> i got one of those too!
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[10:47] <shiftplusone> that seems more like a statement than a question
[10:47] <shiftplusone> unless you mean "anyone game?", which is indeed a weird question on its own.
[10:47] <mattwj2002> it is running raspbian can I move the microsd from the pi 1 to the pi2 and will it work?
[10:48] <shiftplusone> mattwj2002, if you run apt-get update; apt-get upgrade;, yes
[10:48] <mattwj2002> :|
[10:48] <SirLagz> mattwj2002: as long as the firmware is all up to date, it should
[10:48] <mattwj2002> nice!
[10:48] <mattwj2002> sorry I sometimes use too much American slang :P
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[10:49] <mattwj2002> it is also befor 5 am
[10:49] <mattwj2002> :)
[10:49] <shiftplusone> almost bed time
[10:49] <mattwj2002> *before
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[10:49] <mattwj2002> haha nah almost time to get ready for work!
[10:53] <mattwj2002> manual dhcp updated yo!
[10:53] <mattwj2002> :)
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[10:54] <mattwj2002> I'll have to verify that my vpn and asterisk still work after a quick apt-get upgrade and a reboot
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[10:57] <ShorTie> a 'apt-get dist-upgrade' might be in order too...
[10:57] <SirLagz> i always do dist-upgrades
[10:57] <mattwj2002> okay cool
[10:58] <mattwj2002> the pi2 is a bit faster!
[10:58] <mattwj2002> if all goes well I can turn my on hold music here in a minute or two
[10:58] <mattwj2002> it is Lady Gaga
[10:59] <HtheB> a bit... yes.......
[10:59] <HtheB> i think its more then 'a bit' though
[11:00] <mattwj2002> 6X yeah
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[11:00] <mattwj2002> at minimum 4X because I have 4 cores instead of 1!
[11:01] <mattwj2002> okay moment of truth....lady gaga one sec
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[11:01] <mattwj2002> I got Gaga! :)
[11:02] <HtheB> does anyone here uses pitft?
[11:02] <mattwj2002> also the packet lose appears to be gone on connect....it must have been a slow pi
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[11:03] <mattwj2002> HtheB: I don't but I want one
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[11:28] <Jck_true> mattwj2002: Well if the code you're running only uses one core.. the other 3 cores won't help you...
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[11:35] <mattwj2002> Jck_true: it should be multithreaded
[11:36] <mattwj2002> asterisk and openvpn are I thought.....
[11:36] <mattwj2002> perhaps I need to recompile them both.....what are your thoughts?
[11:37] <mattwj2002> be back in a bit
[11:37] <mattwj2002> I need to shower
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[12:05] <SindaFi> How do I route only my znc traffic through my openvpn connection, instead of all of the Pi's traffic. Allowing me to still connect to it remotely and locally?
[12:06] <SindaFi> Any guidance would be appreciated, thanks.
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[12:06] <mattwj2002> hi SindaFi
[12:06] <mattwj2002> :)
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[12:07] <SindaFi> Hi mattwj2002
[12:08] <mattwj2002> SindaFi: to be honest I don't know what znc even is
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[12:08] <SindaFi> It's an irc bouncer so I can remain on irc and connect to it as & when :)
[12:08] <SindaFi> From multiple devices of/c
[12:09] <mattwj2002> oh okay
[12:09] <Tachyon`> setup a static route via the openvpn connection for only the znc machine
[12:10] <Tachyon`> and have everything else go through the usual gateway
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[12:10] <SindaFi> Sounds like a plan Tachyon`
[12:10] <Triffid_Hunter> SindaFi: changing routing for a specific process is hard work, it would be easier to change routing for specific IP addresses
[12:11] * Tachyon` blinks
[12:11] <SindaFi> Does that involve ip tables - i'm still learning nix so i'm not a pro
[12:12] <Triffid_Hunter> SindaFi: per-process routing involves things that are more complex than iptables
[12:12] <mattwj2002> this is generally referenced as a split tunnel.....which just means one network go through the tunnel everything else aka the Internet use your normal connection
[12:12] <Kryczek_> SindaFi: no need for iptables
[12:12] <Triffid_Hunter> and less widely documented
[12:12] <endiruna> i have bought a old radio on ebay. i am planning to connect the pi to it and later use also the buttons to do stuff. the old owner had changed the speakers. so i have this speaker but do not know the dettails of the speaker. if i connect them to the pi via jack do you think i could destroy the pi?
[12:12] <endiruna> i am worried of the induced current
[12:12] <Triffid_Hunter> endiruna: yes. the pi does not have line input
[12:12] <mattwj2002> but Triffid_Hunter appears way smarter than me so he is my default route!
[12:12] <mattwj2002> :)
[12:12] <Kryczek_> SindaFi: route add -host the_IP_address_of_the_ZNC_machine_you_connect_to gw the_IP_address_of_the_VPN_gateway
[12:13] <endiruna> Triffid_Hunter: the pi has a jack so i would immagine a mini amplifier right?
[12:13] <ali1234> endiruna: the speaker should have it's impedance printed on the back
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[12:13] <mattwj2002> I need to fly hear but I am curious.....
[12:13] <mattwj2002> *here
[12:13] <ali1234> the pi probably won't be strong enough to drive it directly anyway
[12:13] <mattwj2002> anyone doing SDR on pi?
[12:13] <SindaFi> Okay, thanks mattwj2002 .
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[12:14] <ali1234> the jack is meant for driving line in, or earbuds
[12:14] <Kryczek_> SindaFi: that would be lost however when you reboot or turn the interface down, so once it works you should write the equivalent in /etc/network/interfaces or your NetworkManager settings
[12:14] <mattwj2002> I have both an asterisk server and a openvpn server on an original pi 1 b before
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[12:14] <mattwj2002> it can handle that just fine....granted it is a toy not a company server!
[12:14] <mattwj2002> :)
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[12:15] <SindaFi> Thanks Kryczek_ IP address wise ... is this my local IP (192.169.*.*)
[12:15] <mattwj2002> 169?
[12:15] <mattwj2002> shouldn't that be 168?
[12:15] <mattwj2002> 169 is public and 168 is private
[12:15] <SindaFi> It should, typo :)
[12:15] <Triffid_Hunter> endiruna: unlikely, it's only line level output. if you want to drive a speaker, you'll need an LM386 or similar, and if you want to receive audio you'll need a USB line-in
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[12:16] <SpeedEvil> If you want to drive a speaker, and are OK with significant background noise, a LM386 or other amp works
[12:16] <mattwj2002> this might be a project for tonight.....
[12:16] <mattwj2002> https://blog.adafruit.com/2014/11/21/use-your-raspberry-pi-as-an-rtl-sdr-streaming-server-piday-raspberrypi-raspberry_pi/
[12:16] <mattwj2002> :D
[12:16] <Kryczek> SindaFi: sorry I am not very familiar with what ZNC is either, I meant the IP address (or hostname in fact) of the IRC server, like irc.freenode.net for here
[12:16] <SindaFi> Plus is it okay to use a domaon of my VPN as the ip is dynamic?
[12:16] <SpeedEvil> Otherwise, you need a different solution
[12:17] <mattwj2002> anyways I need to run
[12:17] <mattwj2002> have good day all
[12:17] <mattwj2002> bye!
[12:17] <SindaFi> Thanks mattwj2002
[12:17] <Kryczek> mattwj2002: SDR sounds interesting! but bye for now :)
[12:17] <mattwj2002> np SindaFi best wishes to you
[12:18] <mattwj2002> yeah Kryczek it is cool....worse case Kryczek you can do FM radio....with a up converter shortwave!
[12:18] <mattwj2002> :D
[12:18] <Kryczek> mattwj2002: I had a Ubertooth dongle on my first Pi :)
[12:18] <mattwj2002> but bye all
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[12:19] <mattwj2002> neato
[12:19] <mattwj2002> can you do any wifi heat maps or anything with that?
[12:19] <mattwj2002> spectrum analyzing?
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[12:20] <mattwj2002> okay for real this time.....
[12:20] <mattwj2002> bye all :)
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[12:23] <antoon> Morning world
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[12:25] <Armand> Moaning, antoon
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[13:00] <janeway> Hey guys, anyone using mps-youtube?
[13:00] <janeway> I downloaded it, but can’t run the application.
[13:02] * Xark just uses get_flash_video && omxplayer...
[13:03] <janeway> XMMS2?
[13:05] <Xark> XMMS2, not that I am aware of.
[13:05] <janeway> get_flash_video — is cool. I am looking at it now.
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[13:07] <janeway> https://xmms2.org/wiki/Clients
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[13:23] <janeway> @Xark: omxplayer is cool. thanks.
[13:23] <Xark> NP, works great for me. :)
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[13:34] <steve_rox> wonder how fast the rpi2 can be oc to
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[13:35] <shiftplusone> depends on the individual pi.
[13:35] <shiftplusone> you can read the oscillator frequency value to compare to other pis to get a rough idea
[13:35] <steve_rox> well yea but
[13:35] <shiftplusone> mine one goes to 1050, but won't budge past that.
[13:35] <steve_rox> the rpi1 can be oc to like 1000
[13:35] <steve_rox> ah
[13:36] <steve_rox> was trying to get some kinda base line idea
[13:36] <shiftplusone> it's pretty much the same silicon and process as in the pi 1
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[13:37] <steve_rox> anyone done anything interesting with rpi2?
[13:37] <Xark> steve_rox: Complile stuff without falling asleep in the meantime. :)
[13:37] <steve_rox> hehe
[13:37] <shiftplusone> I could probably describe how they're able to get slightly better clock rates on the pi 2 over pi 1, but the piece of paper it was described to me on was quickly shreded
[13:38] <shiftplusone> so I guess it's sensitive information and I don't want to be shredded too.
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[13:38] <steve_rox> noticed some emulators run a lot better
[13:39] <steve_rox> i only wish there was a sega saturn emulator
[13:39] <shiftplusone> anything multithreaded should run hell of a lot better.
[13:39] <shiftplusone> anything that uses NEON and multithreading should just fly.
[13:40] <willmore> Anything memory bound--will still be memory bound.
[13:40] * Xark has gotten the best results on his macro assembler with g++-4.8 with --mcpu=cortex-a7 -mfpr=neon-vfpv4 -O3 -mthumb (the -mthumb was a mild surprise, but smaller seems to be faster).
[13:40] <Xark> (on RPi-2)
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[13:40] <willmore> Xark, is that thumb2 instructions?
[13:40] <steve_rox> yeah it seems overall more speedy
[13:41] <Xark> willmore: Yes. Little downside, and good chance of 16-bit ops.
[13:41] <shiftplusone> willmore, what do you mean by memory bound?
[13:41] <willmore> Depends on the code, of course.
[13:41] <willmore> shiftplusone, main memory bandwidth.
[13:41] <shiftplusone> willmore, that has doubled... just waiting for that patch to go to the repos.
[13:41] <willmore> Xark, thumb2 does often give a performance boost is you're I cache constrained.
[13:42] <willmore> shiftplusone, that's good news!
[13:42] <shiftplusone> willmore, it's the same as C1 now, heh. The initial benchmarks were a little worrysome.
[13:42] <Xark> willmore: Yep. Seems about ~%4 faster on my benchmark (huge assembler file).
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[13:43] <steve_rox> think ill get back to sawing up perspex , trying to make rpi box thing
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[13:43] <steve_rox> alough the ammount of plastic dust on me i looked like id been in a druglab
[13:44] <shiftplusone> https://github.com/bavison/arm-mem
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[13:45] <steve_rox> can prob have a bit bigger ramdisk too
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[13:54] <HtheB> shiftplusone: \o/
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[14:00] <Jaeger2k> has someone used spi with 74hc138 (3-to-8 decoder) for the CE-lines instead of the provided ones?
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[14:03] <willmore> shiftplusone, what are the basic specs on the memory for the pi and pi2? I keep seeing 32bit at 400MHz DDR and the '400' is never clarified to be the base clock or the 'DDR' clock speed.
[14:03] <willmore> Really should specify it in mega-transfers/second to be clear, I guess.
[14:04] <chris_99> this sounds interesting, http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:ZE1-Hy148zEJ:blog.flexvm.es/%3Fp%3D167&hl=en&gl=uk&strip=1 virtualisation on the Pi2
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[14:08] <HtheB> Ok, I'm out of ideas now....
[14:08] <HtheB> Still can't get this PiTFT to work with RetroPie
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[14:10] <willmore> HtheB, did you get it to with as a console or as anything?
[14:10] <HtheB> no
[14:10] <willmore> Oh. :(
[14:10] <HtheB> I can confirm that it works using the PiTFT image
[14:10] <willmore> Oh, so it's alive at least!
[14:11] <HtheB> yeah, it works :D
[14:11] <HtheB> but not on the image that I would like to use :p
[14:11] <willmore> Okay, that was a worry last night when we were talking.
[14:11] <HtheB> it's not a DOA at least
[14:11] <willmore> Then you just need to see how they're initializing it.
[14:11] <willmore> That shouldn't be hard.
[14:11] * willmore says encouragingly.
[14:11] <HtheB> I'm just reading that RetroPie is using OpenGL
[14:12] <willmore> Hmm, not sure how to couple that to the FB device.
[14:12] <willmore> That's above my pay grade. I just used an SDL game to test mine.
[14:12] <MY123> willmore, memcpy
[14:13] <willmore> MY123, how do you get the app to use the GPUto do the openGL part and then have the frame coppied over to the FB device?
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[14:13] * willmore has *no* experience in that.
[14:13] <MY123> willmore, I did a copy from the GPU to an X11 window
[14:14] <MY123> willmore, see github.com/kika123/x11eglrpi
[14:14] <MY123> fairly incomplete but works for what it's worth
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[14:14] <willmore> HtheB, did you catch what MY123 is saying?
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[14:15] <MY123> willmore, and I think that SDL has GLES support
[14:15] <willmore> shiftplusone, the only spec I see for the memory on the pi2 is "1GB LPDDR2 @ 400 MHz" Unclear if that's 400MHz or 400mega-transfers/s.
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[14:15] <willmore> MY123, ahh, cool. I may have to look into that now that I have spare rpi's lying around. :)
[14:16] <MY123> willmore, 400MHz 32-bit
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[14:16] <MY123> willmore, RPi2s?
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[14:17] <willmore> MY123, yeah, for the 2.
[14:17] <MY123> willmore, the RPi2 has a bit too much software
[14:18] <willmore> MY123, you can confirm the 32 bit? And is the 400MHz the base clock (so two transfers per clock or 800 mega-transfers/s)?
[14:18] <HtheB> MY123: so, just running the install script would solve my problem??
[14:18] <HtheB> and adding the framebuffer line
[14:18] <MY123> HtheB, no
[14:18] <MY123> HtheB, too incomplete for SDL
[14:18] <MY123> willmore, the disassembly of bootcode.bin seems to confirm that
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[14:19] <MY123> willmore, Windows PE is running on my RPi2 currently with WinDBG connected
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[14:20] <MY123> willmore, and that uses Windows 8 build 9600
[14:20] <MY123> I wonder why it did not print "Windows RT"
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[14:21] <willmore> MY123, reference tot he bootcode.bin disassembly?
[14:21] <willmore> err, sorry "to the" and add a please, please. ;)
[14:21] <ali1234> MY123: do you reckon it would be possible to composite the camera image and an opengl surface before passing it to the h264 encoder, all gpu side?
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[14:21] <MY123> willmore, I'm not legally allowed to share it
[14:21] <willmore> Do'ah!
[14:22] <MY123> (according to LICENSE.broadcom)
[14:22] <MY123> ali1234, possible
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[14:22] <MY123> ali1234, you can run full OpenGL ES programs on VideoCore
[14:22] <MY123> (fully GPU-side, the ARM is just sleeping :-) )
[14:23] <willmore> MY123, okay, then a simple yes/no on "the rpi2 has a 32 bit DDR2 memory interface running at a base clock speed of 400MHz which yields an 800 mt/s rate".
[14:23] <MY123> willmore, yes
[14:23] <willmore> Thank you!
[14:23] <willmore> That puts it at 3.2GB/s.
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[14:24] <MY123> willmore, I've been able to go up to 2,4GB/s on the Pi1
[14:24] <MY123> (on CPU only)
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[14:25] <Hix> am I correct that the RPi_Cam_Web_Interface uses the standard motion package /etc/motion ? I'm getting records triggered by flickering. My thoughts were to adjust the line noise level threshold in /etc/motion/motion.conf
[14:25] <willmore> MY123, in actual code or are we still talking 'bus speed'?
[14:26] <MY123> willmore, on actual code on the VideoCore VPU
[14:26] <willmore> MY123, cool.
[14:26] * willmore hasn't looked at the memory interface of the original pi.
[14:26] <MY123> willmore, it is 400MHz 32-bit also
[14:28] <willmore> So, theoretically the same as the pi2?
[14:28] <willmore> modulo the non-PoP nature of it.
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[14:28] <Bilby> *yawn*
[14:29] <MY123> willmore, yeah
[14:29] * willmore needs to finish his coffee, too.
[14:29] <MY123> willmore, they did not change the memory controller atall
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[14:29] <willmore> MY123, then do you know what shiftplusone was refering to when they said "willmore, that has doubled... just waiting for that patch to go to the repos."
[14:30] <willmore> MY123, okay, so the changes to the B+ to the 2 really are just the CPU core.
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[14:30] <MY123> willmore: when did shiftplusone say that?
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[14:30] <willmore> Just before you joined the channel.
[14:30] <willmore> I can PM you the chunk if you'd like
[14:30] <MY123> willmore, the CPU core, and the MMIO base address ARM-side
[14:31] <MY123> not much change
[14:31] <willmore> Cool.
[14:32] <willmore> I can see how that would make it a pretty simple choice to use as a replacement.
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[14:32] <willmore> MY123, can you share the video core based bandwidth tester?
[14:33] <MY123> willmore, I don't think that it would be too useful
[14:33] <MY123> willmore, as it is remote-loaded with the CoMo USB interface
[14:34] <MY123> willmore, I don't know about what is saying shiftplusone
[14:34] <willmore> Ahh, not something that could be run in a live Linux system, then.
[14:34] <willmore> MY123, thanks for your help.
[14:35] <MY123> willmore, Apparently, the RPi2 has 64-bit DDR
[14:35] <MY123> if I follow what shiftplusone is saying
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[14:36] <Ryccardo> http://www.theverge.com/2015/3/18/8241023/windows-10-free-for-software-pirates
[14:36] <Ryccardo> news tangentially related
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[14:37] <willmore> MY123, that's what I was trying to clarify.
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[14:37] <MY123> willmore, actually, as it's used nowhere, I can just speculate
[14:38] <MY123> willmore, can you put the RAM reference here?
[14:38] <shiftplusone> willmore, I wasn't talking about the physical capabilities of the memory. If you run memory benchmarks on a pi 2 right now, you will find that they are quite bad. That has been resolved is all I'm saying.
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[14:39] <willmore> shiftplusone, that's good news. Can you shed some light on how that was done?
[14:39] <shiftplusone> willmore, sure, I linked to it earlier.
[14:39] <willmore> Oh, sorry, missed it, let me scroll back.
[14:40] <shiftplusone> https://github.com/bavison/arm-mem
[14:40] <shiftplusone> memcpymove-a7.S
[14:40] <MY123> shiftplusone, so VideoCore benchs *are the same*
[14:40] <willmore> Oh, the optimizations for memory ops in string.h
[14:40] <willmore> Sorry, I thought that was for someone else.
[14:41] <willmore> That's what I get for thinking in terms of a hardware problem.
[14:41] <shiftplusone> There are no hardware problems, just software engineers not clever enough to work around them =P
[14:41] <Hix> gah the flickering timestamp has reappeared seems ./RPi_Cam_Web_Interface_Installer.sh start
[14:41] <Hix> was not the cure I was looking for. 3 days of stability was all I achieved
[14:42] <shiftplusone> Hix, post on the camera sub-forum and hope that 6by9 sees it. (include 'annotate' in the title somewhere)
[14:43] <Hix> on IRC or RaspberryPi.org?
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[14:44] <willmore> shiftplusone, arch optimized string functions are a recurring theme when changing architecture. :)
[14:44] <shiftplusone> Hix, raspberrypi.org forum
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[14:44] <Hix> ok willdo cheers shiftplusone
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[14:46] <shiftplusone> Hix, include all the relevant detail. It's unlikely anybody is want to dig through that rpicamwebinterfaceinstaller crap just to find the 1 relevant function.
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[14:46] <Hix> hmm there is a 100 page post on annotate, http://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/viewtopic.php?f=43&t=97929 will try and skim through that first.
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[14:52] <willmore> shiftplusone, looks like that makefile doesn't link in the newly built libarmmem.so by default. I need to put it in one of the normal /lib locations, redo the ld cache and then rerun, right?
[14:52] * willmore is way out of practice
[14:54] <shiftplusone> uninstall raspi-copies-and-fills first then add the new lib to /etc/ld.so.preload
[14:54] <willmore> roger.
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[14:57] <Hix> how would I navigate to a git repo on Pi?
[14:58] <shiftplusone> hm?
[14:59] <shiftplusone> define 'navigate to' ?
[14:59] <McBride36> clone?
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[14:59] <Hix> "If you want to update your existing interface to the newest version, just navigate into the git-repo (downloaded in step 4) and run git pull origin master"
[15:00] <Hix> step 4 was just "git clone https://github.com/silvanmelchior/RPi_Cam_Web_Interface.git"
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[15:00] <McBride36> did you clone the repo
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[15:00] <Hix> yes with the line above at 14:00
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[15:00] <McBride36> so go into that folder
[15:01] <McBride36> then run git pull orgin master
[15:01] <shiftplusone> Do literally what you just pasted
[15:01] <McBride36> origin*
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[15:03] <willmore> shiftplusone, done. Tested on both a rpi and a rpi2. On the rpi, L2 increased a bit and R and T went down a tiny bit. On the rpi2 L1, L2, R, and RT were up a tiny amount but T was down by a good amount.
[15:04] <Hix> hmm, that achieved nothing other than to wreck the customisation to the HTML....
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[15:04] <willmore> I verified the removal of raspi-copies-and-fills and the includion of the new lib.
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[15:07] <designbybeck__> best kiosk software for a Pi
[15:07] <designbybeck__> or kiosk setup
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[15:08] <shiftplusone> designbybeck__, tried 'minimal kiosk browser'?
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[15:09] <designbybeck__> was just sitting in a meeting and they were asking about trying to convert our kiosk machines to a pi
[15:10] <shiftplusone> designbybeck__, how well do you know linux (when it comes to custom x sessions and sysvinit)?
[15:10] <Froolap> do it
[15:11] <designbybeck__> we got some skills shiftplusone ;) what I'm lacking the rest of the team is good at
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[15:11] <shiftplusone> then you should be fine
[15:12] <designbybeck__> we'll look at that shiftplusone. We just got some pi2s
[15:12] <designbybeck__> thanks shiftplusone
[15:12] <shiftplusone> There was a guy who volunteered to set up something similar but didn't have a whole lot of experience with linux, so it didn't go well.
[15:12] <Froolap> maybe they weren't serious, they just wanted to see if you would take it seriously.
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[15:13] <ali1234> how can you have generic "kiosk" software
[15:13] <ali1234> surely it depends what your kiosk is supposed to do?
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[15:14] <shiftplusone> most people just need it to fire up a browser
[15:14] <shiftplusone> and prevent people from running other things
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[15:15] <designbybeck__> yeah ali1234 this is for a university, we already have a custom landing page for mobile and such that launches campus sites
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[15:15] <ali1234> okay. well in that case i would knock something together based on wayland and qt5/webkit
[15:15] <designbybeck__> so we just wanted to merge it to a few all kiosks around to give them a new fresh update
[15:15] <designbybeck__> they are running winxp and old hardware
[15:16] <ali1234> actually i would be surprised if that already hadn't been done
[15:16] <waveform> sounds easy enough - get init to spawn lynx and you're done ;)
[15:16] <shiftplusone> >_<
[15:16] <ali1234> you can make a web browser in about 3 lines of code with Qt. it's so easy that they use it in their demos of QtCreator
[15:16] <ali1234> and wayland has been done
[15:17] <designbybeck__> don't think we have anyone here that does qt5 stuff...but I do think our team should look at it
[15:17] <ali1234> in fact you could do it in QML
[15:17] <ali1234> which is just javascript, so find a web designer and make them learn it
[15:18] <shiftplusone> I'd just use kweb and not bother with any of that.
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[15:19] <ali1234> shiftplusone: yes well that's why you see so many kiosks with error messages on them
[15:20] <designbybeck__> ali1234, meaning kweb has issues and/or isn't configured well.... or just not setup correctly ?
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[15:21] <ali1234> designbybeck__: taking a full desktop environment, putting it on a computer that isn't powerful enough to run it properly, and then trying to disable 99% of it - this leads to an extremely large number of edge cases
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[15:22] <shiftplusone> None of that is what I said O_o
[15:22] <designbybeck__> ah yes
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[15:23] <ali1234> shiftplusone: sorry i thought you meant kde
[15:23] <shiftplusone> oh god no D=
[15:23] * shiftplusone literally shuddered
[15:23] <ali1234> hah
[15:23] <designbybeck__> is kweb the OS itself? Raspin?
[15:24] <shiftplusone> kweb is a minimal browser for kiosks
[15:24] <ali1234> no it's just a program apparently
[15:24] <designbybeck__> that sits on top of??
[15:24] <ali1234> whatever distro you use
[15:24] <designbybeck__> gotcha
[15:25] <ali1234> if you use the gtk3 version you probably don't even need X
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[15:25] <ali1234> eliminating X should be your first concern if you want any kind of security or decent performance
[15:25] <shiftplusone> lots of approaches you could take.
[15:25] <designbybeck__> HMmmm...but isn't gtk3 the environment?
[15:25] <ali1234> no, gtk3 is just a gui library
[15:25] <designbybeck__> like you take out X you dton' have gui
[15:26] <ali1234> use wayland instead
[15:26] <ali1234> it's practically designed for this use case
[15:26] <designbybeck__> ahh
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[15:26] <shiftplusone> Maybe look at NOOBS. We're using buildroot to provide a minimal os and then whacking our own application and a browser on top, without X (I think it's using qt embedded or something)
[15:26] <shiftplusone> you wouldn't want to use the browser we use though
[15:26] <Hix> ping waveform
[15:26] <shiftplusone> anyway... I'll shut up.
[15:27] <designbybeck__> thanks for the feedback guys, I'll send this info on to the guy who knows more and would be developing it
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[15:27] <waveform> what's up?
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[15:28] <Hix> hi waveform I've been trying to get to the bottom of the flickering annotation in raspimjpeg, found this thread http://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/viewtopic.php?f=43&t=97929&start=75 and there is a waveforem80 discussing the problem I face, that you?
[15:28] <waveform> yup, that's me
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[15:29] <waveform> ah, the annotations stuff. Yeah, that was interesting
[15:29] <Hix> could you explain the V2 / V3 thing to me as it seems that you have cured the flicker. I'm getting lost inreferecnes to userland etc etc
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[15:29] <Hix> I'm a mech eng so this is going waaaay over my tiny head
[15:29] <Hix> :)
[15:30] <waveform> I can try; the annotation system has been expanded (in capabilities) in the firmware over time. Rather than break all existing code that uses annotations by altering the structure used to configure annotations, 6by9 (the firmware dev responsible) added new structures
[15:30] <waveform> ANNOTATE_V2_T, ANNOTATE_V3_T, etc.
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[15:30] <waveform> now ... let's see how I can explain this
[15:31] <waveform> underneath, at the firmware level (as I understand it), the annotation code is only using the latest version of the structure (V3). On top of that there's a little shim that converts the older structures into the newer structures as required
[15:31] <ali1234> annotation system puts text on to the picture before encoding it?
[15:32] <waveform> yes
[15:32] <ali1234> okay, this is of interest to me then
[15:32] <Hix> ok, sort of following
[15:32] <waveform> however, when the new firmware with support for V3 annotations was released (#767 or thereabouts), there was a bug in it that caused "get" requests for the V2 structure to fail in interesting ways (basically it came back partially correct, partially garbage)
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[15:33] <shiftplusone> We should really sabotage 6by9's current career so he comes back to pi >.>
[15:33] <phw> Is there a way to check if any audio got played during the ... lets say last minute?
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[15:33] <waveform> shiftplusone, evil - but I like your style ;)
[15:33] <Hix> what a time to drop out :/
[15:34] <waveform> Hix, no worries - you didn't miss anything
[15:34] <Hix> logs to the rescue :)
[15:34] <waveform> "set" requests worked fine, but "get" requests were broken. 6by9 fixed that up nice and rapidly and released a test firmware (https://github.com/6by9/userland/tree/PR20150310)
[15:34] <Hix> oh
[15:34] <waveform> but I don't think that fix has made it into the official firmwares yet
[15:34] <waveform> oops - that's not the firmware link - hang on
[15:34] <waveform> there it is: https://github.com/6by9/RPiTest/commits/master/annotate/start_x.elf
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[15:35] <ali1234> waveform: is there a way to say "here is a dispmanx surface, use it as an overlay"?
[15:35] <waveform> okay. So, the situation is that anything using annotate v1 structures works happily in all firmwares but has very limited capabilities (I don't think anything actually uses it)
[15:35] <Hix> ah, so it's a case of put up with it until the foirmware updates?
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[15:36] <waveform> anything using annotate v2 will be broken on the latest firmware until it updates if and only if it uses get requests with annotations (raspivid/raspistill don't, picamera does, don't know about raspimjpeg and stuff like that)
[15:36] <Hix> and do you know if this is only fixed for raspistil / raspivid or does it fix raspimjpeg too?
[15:36] <Hix> ah you beat me to it
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[15:36] <waveform> anything using annotate v3 should be fine, but I don't think much does yet other than the updated userland (raspistill/raspivid) that 6by9 posted
[15:37] <waveform> the next release of picamera (1.10) will be using annotate v3 but falls back to v2 if the underlying firmware doesn't support it
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[15:38] <waveform> ali1234, as far as I know not at the moment. IIRC, 6by9 mentioned he wanted to work on a component like that at some point, but hasn't had the time yet
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[15:38] <waveform> ali1234, it is certainly possible to have the camera output used as a texture by opengles though, as raspivid can demonstrate by wrapping the preview on a teapot :)
[15:39] <ali1234> waveform: my application is a battery powered vehicle which also has a 3d compass... i want to draw an artificial horizon onto the camera picture before streaming it with raspicam -> gstreamer
[15:39] <Hix> is this the source of the problem in raspimjpeg do you think? https://github.com/silvanmelchior/userland/blob/master/host_applications/linux/apps/raspicam/RaspiMJPEG.c#L416
[15:39] <ali1234> for now though, i can use annotate to just put the heading as text?
[15:40] <waveform> ali1234, ahhh ... hence why you need it before it hits the h264 encoder. I *think* that's impossible at the moment, but I'm happy for one of the firmware devs to correct me
[15:40] <ali1234> right, exactly
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[15:41] <Hix> and if it is waveform do you know if I could modify the raspimjpeg.c file and make it, or is that too simple?
[15:41] <waveform> Hix, well that's certainly using the ANNOTATE_V2_T structure, but I only see a parameter_set call beneath that. I *thought* the bug in the firmware only affected get requests, but I could be wrong
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[15:42] <waveform> still, wouldn't be difficult to patch that to V3 (you'd need to change the black_text_background reference below it too as that's gone in V3, replaced with custom_text_background I think)
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[15:42] <Hix> in https://github.com/silvanmelchior/userland/blob/master/host_applications/linux/apps/raspicam/RaspiMJPEG.c#L434
[15:42] <waveform> as for how simple it is to make - that very much depends on how professional the authors have been (whether they've made a nice makefile / cmake based setup or whatever)
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[15:43] <waveform> ah - I see, it's in a fork of the whole userland. Let's see if they added it to the cmakelist...
[15:43] <Hix> hmm at my skill level, it's probably worth avoiding. I'll see if I can get in touch with silvanmelchior
[15:44] <Hix> oh, interesting
[15:45] <waveform> hmm ... they've added it to the cmakelist. I don't think it'll be too difficult to patch this and submit a PR
[15:46] <Hix> patch request?
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[15:46] <ali1234> pull request, yeah
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[15:46] <waveform> bah, I've already got a userland fork ... time to do some housekeeping ...
[15:46] <Hix> ok. git is a new thing, I sort of get it but don't
[15:47] <ali1234> git has a steep learning curve but it is great once you've learned it
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[15:48] <shiftplusone> a fair bit of it is more unlearning than learning >.>
[15:48] <Hix> i downloaded pro-git https://www.dropbox.com/s/3y24zcovd30oykh/Pro_Git.en.pdf?dl=0 but let's say, it's not the most enthralling read / highest up on my learning list
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[15:49] <shiftplusone> (meaning if you start thinking "so what's the git version of svn's <something>, you might have a hard time with it)
[15:49] <McBride36> git has a huge learning curve and no great way to learn about it
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[15:50] <shiftplusone> meh... you don't HAVE to go through the whole curve.
[15:50] <ali1234> it really helps if you have someone to teach you
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[15:50] <ali1234> if you're just one guy, git is pretty easy, you don't need most of it
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[15:50] <Hix> I'm guessing youtube could be a good source of more interesting learning for git
[15:51] <shiftplusone> get the hang of commits, pushing, branches and you've got most of what you need. Then get the hang of patches, rebasing and merging and you should be able to live happily.
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[15:52] <Hix> so, waveform did you mean you were going to patch it and make a pull request, or should i try and get in touch with silvanmelchior
[15:52] <shiftplusone> (I say that, but I still sometimes end up in situations I don't know how to recover from without nuking everything)
[15:52] <waveform> Hix, I'll have a go - shouldn't take me more than 10 minutes but it'll take a while to build the updated userland
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[15:52] <Hix> blimey, from what I've seen of your knowledge shiftplusone I'm years off git then :)
[15:53] <waveform> argh ... no, it's not going to be that easy. He's not pulled from upstream userland yet so the ANNOTATE_V3 structure isn't in the headers
[15:53] <Hix> ok cool waveform. thx
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[15:53] <Hix> bah
[15:53] <McBride36> hix, i learned about it a few weeks ago
[15:53] <ali1234> shiftplusone: git reset --hard HEAD && git clean -D -f
[15:53] <McBride36> it's not super complicated, just no great resources
[15:54] <ali1234> restores working dir to pristine checkout state :)
[15:54] <shiftplusone> Hix, err, don't give me too much credit. I've pulled the power out of a pi to exit vim as little as a few months ago.
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[15:54] <Hix> heh :qw :)
[15:54] <Hix> there is hope for me yet
[15:55] <Hix> http://rogerdudler.github.io/git-guide/ seems to do what it says on the tin
[15:56] <ali1234> my favourite thing about git is you can git log individual files or directories, and it shows only the commits that affect what you specified
[15:56] <ali1234> here is another book about git, it's more focused on teams though: http://cbx33.github.io/gitt/
[15:57] <waveform> Hix, eurgh - tons of conflicts when trying to merge from upstream. Unfortunately I haven't got time to deal with all that, sorry!
[15:57] <ali1234> and it has an internal narrative which isn't my cup of tea but some people like that kind of thing
[15:57] <Jaeger2k> has someone used spi with 74hc138 (3-to-8 decoder) for the CE-pins instead of the provided ones?
[15:57] <Hix> no worries waveform I'll try and get in touch with Silvan
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[16:05] <ozzzy> well... I put an ambient temp sensor on the pi.... but it's reading is skewed
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[16:05] <ozzzy> I might need to re-jig it for the pluggable sensor
[16:06] <Hix> waveform I've sent a PM to Silvan explaining the V2 / V3 issue and asked them if it's a simple fix from their side
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[16:07] <Tenkawa> hi all
[16:07] <Hix> hi
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[16:07] <Tenkawa> whats new?
[16:07] <waveform> Hix, The V2/V3 bit is basically a trivial fix. The issue is that they haven't kept their fork of userland up to date with the upstream (they're 180+ commits behind according to github) so they haven't got the ANNOTATE_V3 structures in their copy of the headers
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[16:08] <Hix> eww. I did mention userlands being different, hopefully they'll be able to sort it
[16:08] <shiftplusone> who's "they" here?
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[16:09] <waveform> shiftplusone, silvanmelchior
[16:09] <shiftplusone> ah
[16:09] <waveform> shiftplusone, the person/entity behind raspimjpeg by the looks of it
[16:09] <Hix> yes, I didn't want to be gender specific
[16:10] <Hix> 50% chance, 100% of gettin it wrong
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[16:13] <Hix> On the bright side, I'm pleased that I was able to interrogate the .c file and locate what I believe was the problem. Little things like that boost the confidence when you know so little
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[16:28] <RaTTuS|BIG> ummm not RPi but http://www.dabs.com/products/intel-compute-stick-atom-32gb-hdmi-linux-B63Y.html
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[16:31] <Anorion> wow expensive
[16:32] <Kryczek> still amazing
[16:32] <Kryczek> pity it doesn't take its power from the HDMI port (I guess HDMI doesn't provide enough?)
[16:35] <muriani> waaan
[16:35] <muriani> +t
[16:35] <Kryczek> "The HDMI spec says that a device should provide at least 55mA on the 5V output and that it is not really meant to power external devices."
[16:36] <Froolap> but I want it to. go and fix it.
[16:36] <waveform> heh - 55mA won't even power a Pi A+ let alone a quad-core atom
[16:36] <Kryczek> haha yeah
[16:36] <Kryczek> 2000mA HDMI ports ftw
[16:36] <Tenkawa> bbiaf
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[16:36] <Froolap> 40 watts per channel, babycakes
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[16:38] <Kryczek> I wish I could use the Pi's HDMI port for networking, but I guess we can't have everything :/
[16:38] <IT_Sean> Be thankfull it supports CEC, dude.
[16:38] <TheLostAdmin> You can use the ethernet port for networking.
[16:39] <McBride36> it's almost like it was designed for that
[16:39] <Kryczek> IT_Sean: I wasn't being ungrateful, and I am thankful that it supports CEC indeed :)
[16:39] <Kryczek> TheLostAdmin: I meant as a secondary (and faster perhaps) NIC
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[16:40] * Kryczek does have quite a few Pi's ^^
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[16:47] * Hix ewonders if the backup of the pi he made on Monday has the non-flickering raspimjpeg ....
[16:47] <ozzzy> http://ozzzy.dyndns.org/images/putty_terminal.PNG <-- Pi running with both temp sensors showing
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[16:51] <ozzzy> http://ozzzy.dyndns.org:8080/images/pi_temp_sensor.jpg <-- the temperature probe
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[16:52] <McBride36> i should probably do something like that for my terrarium
[16:52] <shiftplusone> ozzzy, nice
[16:52] <ozzzy> I originally just had a DS18B20 mounted to the top of the case... was almost invisible
[16:52] <ozzzy> but it was picking up heat from the case
[16:53] <McBride36> you have to use an ADC with that?
[16:53] <ozzzy> read 12C[ish] high
[16:53] <ozzzy> no
[16:53] <McBride36> aren't temp probes analog?
[16:53] <ozzzy> the DS18B20 is digital
[16:53] <ozzzy> one-wire
[16:53] <McBride36> oh neat
[16:53] <McBride36> where'd you pick that up?
[16:53] <ozzzy> where I get everything.... 'somewhere in china'
[16:54] <ozzzy> couple bux
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[16:55] <ozzzy> the sensor plugs into 3.3v, gnd and gpio4 with a 4K7 pullup between 3.3 and the gpio (I mounted it right to the pins under the io header)
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[16:55] <McBride36> thanks, i'll look into that. it'd be super helpful for what i plan to make
[16:56] <ozzzy> you can hook several up... in parallel
[16:56] <McBride36> i'd need only two
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[17:01] <SpeakerToMeat> I've adapted... Nah I'll fork it.
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[17:49] <meLon> Well, after using two different pi's with two different SD cards with the latest ArchLinux with constant crashes, and then intalling debian and nothing crashing, I'm confident that there are issues with the newest releases of Archlinux
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[17:49] <shiftplusone> What did you download to install arch?
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[17:50] <meLon> shiftplusone: Normally I'd download the iso on /downloads, but it's no longer there, so I followed the instructions on the "Installation" tab: http://archlinuxarm.org/platforms/armv6/raspberry-pi
[17:51] <shiftplusone> okay, just making sure you're not using an ancient img from raspberrypi.org
[17:51] <shiftplusone> what's the crash? pastebin the output?
[17:51] <meLon> Well, those 'ancient' images always worked for me :P
[17:51] <meLon> No crash report, no journal logging, nothing nothing nothing
[17:51] <shiftplusone> so what happens?
[17:52] <meLon> The only difference is that the 'Activity' light on the actual pi stops lighting up
[17:52] <meLon> But the other lights still act normally
[17:52] <meLon> I'll be SSH'd in and doing nothing and it freezes
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[17:52] <meLon> I'll be SSH'd in and compiling and it freezes
[17:52] <meLon> I'll leave it alone and it freezes
[17:52] <meLon> (Allways within about 10m)
[17:52] <McBride36> does it freeze if you sneeze
[17:52] <meLon> debian just sat here all night with no freeze
[17:52] <meLon> haha
[17:52] <shiftplusone> doesn't sound like a software issue.
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[17:53] <meLon> shiftplusone: No other OS causes this issue and this issue didnt exist on older archlinux versions
[17:53] * ShorTie snickers
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[17:53] <shiftplusone> is the red LED on it constantly on? Have you ever seen it flicker?
[17:53] <meLon> I've tried MULTIPLE SD cards and MULTIPLE pis
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[17:53] <meLon> Well, not with debian, no, but in this circumstance (w. archlinux) it may have flickered a bit, but it was close to activity, so I'm not really sure
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[17:54] <meLon> I think it'd be cool for someone else to follow these instructions, see what I'm seeing, and tell me I'm a doofus because I forgot to check foo.log, or tell me that I am correct that there is an issue with the latest release of archlinux for pi/arm.
[17:54] <shiftplusone> If you think you've ruled out all hardware problems and think it's arch that's at fault, you can go to #archlinux-arm... however, you're wrong and they'll tell you something unhelpful and potentially rude.
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[17:55] <meLon> Yeah, I'm totally open to suggestions, but, as I said, I feel like they have all been exhausted
[17:55] * ShorTie thinkz, and 'you're wrong' is not
[17:56] <McBride36> #archlinux-arm is incredibly rude
[17:56] <shiftplusone> meLon, this is just a hypothesis, but here's what's actually happening... your powers supply and/or cable is bad and resulting in your pi not getting 5v. When the load increases, your connection is dropping out and your pi may even be hanging.
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[17:57] <shiftplusone> meLon, if you've seen the red led flicker, that would confirm the problem.
[17:57] <ShorTie> but then why does debian work ok then ??
[17:58] <shiftplusone> perhaps he hasn't loaded the system enough for the problem to occur... if you're dealing with an intermittent problem, you can pick up all kinds of patterns which aren't actually there.
[18:00] <meLon> shiftplusone: Thanks for the suggestion. I'll add 'cables and adapters' to my list of things to switch out when troubleshooting. Starting now :D
[18:00] <shiftplusone> meLon, do you have a multimeter?
[18:00] <meLon> HOWEVER!!! I don't understand how debian could manage this better, resulting in it not crashing
[18:00] <meLon> We shall see
[18:00] <meLon> Yes, shiftplusone
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[18:01] <shiftplusone> measure the 5v line and see how close to 5v it actually is.
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[18:01] <ShorTie> is that really debian or raspbian in actuality ??
[18:02] <ozzzy> http://ozzzy.dyndns.org:8080/cgi-bin/showTemp.sh
[18:02] <ozzzy> LOL
[18:02] <meLon> rasbian, sorry
[18:02] <shiftplusone> ozzzy, lol
[18:03] <shiftplusone> ozzzy, there's a guy who has a whole website as a bash script >_<
[18:03] <ozzzy> shiftplusone, people have very little idea how powerful BASH is
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[18:03] <shiftplusone> ozzzy, powerful but slooooooow.
[18:03] <MY123> ozzzy, you can code a JVM in bash
[18:03] <ozzzy> my dvd copying software (which is still downloadable) was mostly BASH with some PERL for a front-end
[18:03] <MY123> ozzzy, if your expectations are low
[18:04] <MY123> (also using a bit of awk and sed)
[18:04] <ozzzy> I dunno.... over 100000 downloads and nobody's bitching
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[18:04] <kisak> it helps when there's no social media plugin
[18:04] <ozzzy> mind you... when I released it there were no other dvd copying tools... now there are several
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[18:06] <shiftplusone> meLon, checked the voltage?
[18:07] <ShorTie> ozzzy, got a link so i canbe 100001 ??
[18:08] <meLon> No, I'm just going to install archlinux and give it a shot
[18:08] <meLon> With the new adapter/cable
[18:08] <ozzzy> http://sourceforge.net/projects/dvdshrink/?source=directory
[18:10] <ShorTie> Thankz .. :)~
[18:10] <ozzzy> ewwww... 204798
[18:10] <ozzzy> I shoulda charged a nickel
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[18:11] <meLon> tg for `sync`
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[18:12] <meLon> I've never had a vfat boot partition. It feels really, really dirty...
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[18:15] <ozzzy> nothing wrong with vfat
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[18:16] <meLon> is vfat OSS?
[18:16] <kill_-9_1> meLon, FAT16/32
[18:17] <ozzzy> who cares
[18:17] <kill_-9_1> meLon, not VFAT
[18:17] <meLon> I care, ozzzy <3
[18:17] <kill_-9_1> ozzzy, if you want to not have patent trolls
[18:17] <ozzzy> I don't care whether something is open-source or not
[18:17] <meLon> I grew up fighting MS, so, just because they aren't 'as bad' anymore...
[18:17] <ozzzy> as long as it works
[18:17] <meLon> Fair neough
[18:17] <meLon> I just don't agree :P
[18:17] <ozzzy> hmmm... I never fought MS... they made me a lot of money
[18:18] <meLon> Yeah, I was the guy saying "Why aren't you using Linux? It's cheaper and better and...", but I have a lot of MS friends, .NET and MS Sys Admins, so I understand you like getting paid :D
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[18:18] <ozzzy> Linux just isn't much good for some things
[18:19] <ozzzy> and it's bloody awesome for others
[18:19] <ozzzy> pretty much the same as windows
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[18:20] <meLon> I'm hoping, even though it doesn't make a lot of sense to me, that shiftplusone was correct about the voltage. So confused as to how rasbian stayed up all night (8+hr) when this newest archlinux build only lasted (at most) 10m.
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[18:21] <ShorTie> makes no sense to me either, really, not if raspbian is working fine
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[18:22] <shiftplusone> It's the easiest thing to rule out. If power is fine, great, we can look into other things.
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[18:24] <shiftplusone> I worked on a thing over the weekend and got it working. I came in on Monday and it no longer worked. Do I then conclude that it doesn't work on Mondays? Or does it indicate that the problem is intermittent? You know what else is intermittent? Hanging when the the voltage is out of spec.
[18:24] <meLon> Is anybody here using archlinux for their pi's?
[18:24] <ShorTie> i'd sortta think 8+ hours of raspbian would like rule that out
[18:25] <McBride36> i used it for a brief period of time
[18:25] <McBride36> but it'd boot up into readonly
[18:25] <meLon> Me too, ShorTie, but without journal giving me *any* information about shutdowns... I'm at a loss
[18:25] <McBride36> and i got tired of that
[18:25] <meLon> GOtcha, McBride36. I haven't been having any issues (for years) until now lol
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[18:26] <McBride36> well i assume you didn't have it on an arm device before this
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[18:26] <meLon> Okay, it just hung again
[18:27] <meLon> I've got a FURIOUS activity light and full red power light
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[18:27] <meLon> FDX solid, LNK is mostly solid, but it's flashing a bit
[18:27] <shiftplusone> almost sounds like an SD issue now... but I'll leave you guys to it.
[18:27] <meLon> 100 is yellow
[18:27] <meLon> I've tried two different SD cards ;_;
[18:27] <McBride36> what class?
[18:28] <meLon> SDHC 8GB and SDHC 8GB (Ultra/30MB/s)
[18:28] <meLon> Both sandisk. Both have run archlinux previously. Both can run rasbian over night.
[18:29] <shiftplusone> hang on... you're talking about the link light.... Is this not a B+ or Pi 2? Is this an old model b?
[18:29] <meLon> I've been trying with 256 and 512 version
[18:29] <meLon> That's why I'm confident it's an archlinux bug
[18:30] <shiftplusone> the memory size doesn't say much, so I'll assume you're talking about model bs
[18:30] <shiftplusone> in which case, the red led doesn't tell you anything.
[18:30] <shiftplusone> so the multimeter is critical here.
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[18:30] <meLon> I bought an ORIGINAL pi, and then one when they up'd the memory was what I was trying to say
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[18:30] <meLon> Okay, let me look up which pin to look at
[18:31] <shiftplusone> do you see test points marked TP1 and TP2?
[18:31] <meLon> I see TP2 near the audio port.
[18:32] <meLon> I'm having trouble finding TP1
[18:32] <ShorTie> here meLon, these might help, but i don't know if i'd update them http://downloads.raspberrypi.org/arch/images/
[18:32] <meLon> I see P1
[18:32] <meLon> ShorTie: <3
[18:32] <shiftplusone> should be somewhere diagonally across near the other side of the board. I don't remember the exact position
[18:32] <meLon> THANK YOU
[18:32] <ShorTie> No Problem
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[18:40] <rinfiyks> hi all, I just dd'd an image to my sd card but I acidentally did of=/dev/mmcblk0 instead of of=/dev/mmcblk0p1
[18:40] <rinfiyks> I think I lost my partition and it won't boot, how can I fix it?
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[18:40] <meLon> Just start over
[18:41] <shiftplusone> of=/dev/mmcblk0 is right.... or was the image of a partition?
[18:41] <rinfiyks> oh is it?
[18:41] <shiftplusone> what's the image you used?
[18:41] <rinfiyks> raspbian
[18:41] <shiftplusone> yea, you're fine.
[18:41] <rinfiyks> oh I assumed it was wrong since it wasn't booting
[18:41] <shiftplusone> it's the image of a whole disk, not just a partition.
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[18:42] <rinfiyks> my old corrupted sd card works fine and shows kernel panic, but this new one won't even boot (just red light)
[18:42] <ShorTie> of=/dev/mmcblk0 isn't that gonna wipe out your os on there ??
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[18:42] <rinfiyks> that's what I want
[18:42] <ShorTie> normally more like /dev/sda
[18:42] <shiftplusone> depends on the hardware
[18:42] <rinfiyks> it's not sda for me, it's mmcblck
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[18:44] <rinfiyks> will using dd overwrite the file system?
[18:44] <shiftplusone> yes
[18:44] <rinfiyks> presumably it needs to be ext?
[18:44] <rinfiyks> how can I check the fs
[18:44] <rinfiyks> I have sd card plugged into my laptop right now
[18:44] <shiftplusone> after dd, partprobe /dev/mmcblk0, fsck /dev/mmcblk0p2
[18:45] <shiftplusone> (p1 is the FAT boot partition)
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[18:46] <rinfiyks> I don't have a p1 or a p2
[18:46] <rinfiyks> fsck tab completes to mmcblk0 and no more, and p1 and p2 aren't in /dev/
[18:47] <shiftplusone> then it wasn't imaged
[18:47] <rinfiyks> rofl, I dd'd the zip file
[18:47] <shiftplusone> ....
[18:47] <rinfiyks> sorry guys
[18:47] * shiftplusone walks away
[18:47] <shiftplusone> =P
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[20:43] <fsphil> evening all. anyone know if pinMode(1, PWM_OUTPUT); is enough to get audio out of pin 18?
[20:43] <fsphil> when I do this it seems to block the audio driver
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[21:13] <phw> I am trying to get my touchdisplay working, but seem to need some help; I am following that guide here, but although the module seems loaded, the display does not react (Guide: https://github.com/watterott/RPi-Display/blob/master/docu/FBTFT-Install.md)
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[21:22] <phw> I am trying to get my touchdisplay working, but seem to need some help; I am following that guide here, but although the module seems loaded, the display does not react (Guide: https://github.com/watterott/RPi-Display/blob/master/docu/FBTFT-Install.md);
[21:24] <phw> ts_calibrate does not recognize it, nor does xinput_calibrator running X
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[21:25] <phw> Here is my output of dmesg: http://pastebin.com/40q1aPFt
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[21:46] <Warbird> Hi all. If I want to operate a couple of servos(steppers, motors, ect) from my Pi, can I get away with just using the GPIO pins or do I need to go get a hat to get anything done?
[21:47] <Ryccardo> with 0,05 A from each pin, you'll most likely need extra hardware
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[21:47] <jamesaxl> why does this motor have 3 poles http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/__25082__NTM_Prop_Drive_28_26_1000KV_235W_short_shaft_version_.html ?
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[21:52] <Warbird> Ryccardo, I'm looking to do something involving testing to see what the temp outside is. Will using a hat for the servos mess with that any?
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[21:52] <Warbird> I'm not really sure how sensitive they are to what can be put on them.
[21:53] <shiftplusone> Warbird, you'll probably want something like a gertbot.
[21:53] <Ryccardo> Warbird: well, no idea about that question (depends on hardware and software for that sensor card) but you can use some kind of semiconductor between Pi and motor
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[21:54] <willmore> jamesaxl, because it's a BLDC motor. Google will help you more.
[21:55] <jamesaxl> willmore: thanks a lot for bldc
[21:55] <willmore> No worries.
[21:55] <willmore> Most things are like knitted sweaters, once you can worry one little thread loose you can pull the rest apart with some patience.
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[22:00] <HtheB> what is the best overclocking for the Rpi1 B(rev1)?
[22:01] <HtheB> the fastest and "safest" mode
[22:01] <shiftplusone> whatever works for you
[22:01] <shiftplusone> each bit of silicon overclocks differently, it's not a copy paste job.
[22:02] <HtheB> i see
[22:02] <Warbird> Is there any reason I can't run a Pi2 off the same microUSB cord with a wall charger dohickey that I use for my B?
[22:02] <HtheB> I finally got the RetroPie to work on the PiTFT
[22:03] <shiftplusone> hurray
[22:04] <OffensiveUser> you don't need much of an oc for retropie
[22:05] <OffensiveUser> speaking of overclocking
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[22:05] <OffensiveUser> whenever i do it on a pi running any of the xbmc images
[22:05] <Warbird> Is there a temp checker for the Pi that you can actually leave outside? I'm looking at using http://www.seeedstudio.com/depot/Temperature-sensor-for-Raspberry-Pi-LM75-p-2141.html?gclid=CjwKEAjwxKSoBRCZ5oyy87DimEcSJADiWsvgmHK23RbrxLPFuF3NjG0OoHBhn_fswUE4u9PlToL2-BoCS93w_wcB , but I can't see that lasting if I leave it on my windowsill outside.
[22:05] <OffensiveUser> it'll frick with the cec at medium levels
[22:06] <OffensiveUser> and over
[22:06] <OffensiveUser> why's that
[22:07] <willmore> HtheB, what was the magic incantation?
[22:07] <OffensiveUser> vlaatu barada nikto obv
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[22:07] <willmore> Shop smart, shop S-MART!
[22:08] <HtheB> willmore: https://learn.adafruit.com/running-opengl-based-games-and-emulators-on-adafruit-pitft-displays/retropie-setup
[22:08] <HtheB> followed that tutorial, worked like a charm!
[22:08] <willmore> Excellent. I'll make a note of that.
[22:08] <HtheB> tried out the nes emu, it stutters a bit on the pitft
[22:08] <willmore> As I said, I'll be following in your footsteps before long.
[22:09] <willmore> What speed is your display running at? I've not verified the clock speeds on mine, but it seems it can crazy overclock.
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[22:09] <willmore> I take that back, my overclocking setup was on the C1. I haven't tried that on a rpi, yet.
[22:09] <HtheB> dtoverlay=pitft28r,rotate=90,speed=80000000,fps=60
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[22:10] <HtheB> that it what the tutorial said
[22:10] <willmore> I'm not sure I trust the kernel driver when I set the clock speed to 128MHz and it reports "okay" if it's telling the truth.
[22:10] <willmore> Okay, 80MHz. What's the control chip on the LCD?
[22:11] <HtheB> how can I know this?
[22:11] <OffensiveUser> Warbird, http://www.adafruit.com/products/393 how about this
[22:11] <HtheB> I have a 28r screen
[22:11] <methuzla> Warbird: you can't run motors straight from GPIO, you'll need additional hardware (but not necessarily a hat)
[22:12] * OffensiveUser imagines someone holding a pi and a motor wearing a hat going "ok now what"
[22:12] <methuzla> Warbird: same power supply should be fine for B and pi 2
[22:13] <Warbird> OffensiveUser, is that weatherproof? I don't see it mentioned in the description.
[22:13] <Warbird> methuzla, thought so. Thanks for verifying.
[22:13] <OffensiveUser> http://www.adafruit.com/products/381 this one is
[22:13] <methuzla> Warbird: also look at http://www.adafruit.com/products/381
[22:13] <OffensiveUser> it seems
[22:13] <OffensiveUser> beat u
[22:13] <methuzla> wah!
[22:14] <Warbird> Now we're talking.
[22:14] <HtheB> willmore: ?
[22:14] <OffensiveUser> spoiler: we were talking all along
[22:15] <methuzla> Warbird: you might want to look through back issues of the MagPi, you'll probably find very similar projects in there
[22:15] <Warbird> That looks like a home run. I'm a tad concerned that the cord might be too thick to run without keeping my window from closing.
[22:15] <methuzla> http://www.raspberrypi.org/magpi/
[22:15] <willmore> HtheB, you can set the SPI clock speed when loading the display driver module. According to the datasheet for the ili9340, the max clock speed is close to 6.6MHz.
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[22:16] <willmore> Oh, fudge. That's right, can't rmmod the display without locking up the darn board. Wonder if that bug is on the rpi, too...
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[22:17] <Warbird> But yeah, the 381 seems like the best bet. If I can get that where I can close my window and also have it play nice with whatever servo hat thing I have to get then I'll be golden.
[22:18] <HtheB> willmore: I have the ili9341
[22:18] <OffensiveUser> Warbird, can alway look further
[22:19] <OffensiveUser> or snip and extend with ribbon cable
[22:19] <willmore> HtheB, don't know about that one, I'm afraid. You can experiment. :)
[22:20] <Warbird> OffensiveUser, I think the ribbon might work best. I can work something out that doesn't enrage my landlord I'm sure. The window's heavy, but I'll manage.
[22:20] <Warbird> My main worry is about the servo hat thing and this working together.
[22:20] <OffensiveUser> what hat
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[22:21] <Warbird> No idea. It's a big scary world out there and 3 different people have told me to use 5 different things/motors/whatever.
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[22:22] <willmore> Well, I can get 20FPS, so that's nice.
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[22:23] <Warbird> I was thinking about using a motor/stepper to wind a string that would draw my curtain to one side and would unwind it later to return it to the previous position. Upon further thought I think I can just mount a cheapo fishing reel and have a servo wind that and another to flip to switch to give it slack. Same end result with no motors running to keep tension.
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[22:24] <methuzla> sounds like a DC motor of some kind would better than servo
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[22:25] <Warbird> I honestly don't care how it's done so long as it's not too difficult to do, cheap, and won't burn down my house.
[22:26] <OffensiveUser> well
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[22:26] <methuzla> well, i think you can pick two of those requirements
[22:26] <OffensiveUser> a rumble motor can be got out of any busted controller
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[22:26] <OffensiveUser> just take the half weight off
[22:26] <Warbird> I DO have an off brand PS2 controller upstairs that hasn't been used in a decade...
[22:27] <Warbird> methuzla, not hard and won't burn my house down would be preferable. I've got a little cash to play with.
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[22:27] <OffensiveUser> someone should have done this before
[22:27] <OffensiveUser> probably
[22:27] <Warbird> OffensiveUser, would that be easily controllable via the Pi?
[22:28] <methuzla> i agree, have you googled "raspberry pi curtain opener" yet?
[22:29] <OffensiveUser> http://chrisrieger.com/projects/roomautomation
[22:29] <Warbird> Weirdly enough that never occurred to me.
[22:29] <OffensiveUser> found something of interest
[22:29] <HtheB> willmore: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tioOB3Ysz70
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[22:30] <HtheB> (it's the ili9341)
[22:30] <OffensiveUser> "there's probably someone out there that has done this" is my linux philosphy and by extension the pi
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[22:31] <willmore> HtheB, yeah, i've seen that one. Paul does very good work.
[22:31] <shiftplusone> the problem is that that someone has probably done it wrong.
[22:31] <willmore> I wonder if the SPI device has a buffer or if it can do DMA?
[22:31] <HtheB> is there a way to get those optimization on the pi?
[22:31] <willmore> HtheB, :)
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[22:32] <willmore> Most of what Paul is talking about is not the device<>FB link, it's the drawing into the on device memory to compose the frame.
[22:32] <HtheB> hmm
[22:32] <willmore> That's not an issue even on the rpi--700 MHz ARM v6 beats the pants off of a 96MHz Cortex M3
[22:33] <willmore> But, there is some question as to how good the SPI interface is. I don't know it well enough to say.
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[22:34] <willmore> MY123 might know but they're not on right now.
[22:34] <willmore> I'll try to remember to ask at some point.
[22:34] <OffensiveUser> how do you beat the pants of something
[22:34] <HtheB> <3 thnx
[22:34] <willmore> OffensiveUser, you hit it really hard.
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[22:34] <willmore> Also, repeatedly.
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[22:35] <OffensiveUser> also
[22:36] <OffensiveUser> for all you retro gamers in here
[22:36] <OffensiveUser> daikatana on gameboy color is a goodun
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[22:45] <meLon> shiftplusone: I went into #archlinux-arm and they thought it could be a voltage issue as well. I'm simply going to use a different ISO, starting with the latest, working my way backwards through history, until I get a working version
[22:45] <meLon> I know one of them worked at some point.
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[22:46] <meLon> Once I get it working, I think I'll have a lot more evidence that it's their latest build, or which builds, and then I can start looking at changes
[22:46] <meLon> When I say ISO, I just mean 'image'. archlinux-arm doesn't come on ISOs
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[22:48] <shiftplusone> waste of time
[22:49] <meLon> Well, if I can say "At this version, it stopped working" then I can help a bit
[22:49] <meLon> I like to contribute however I can
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[22:49] <shiftplusone> not really, it comes back to my Monday example. If my code stops working on a Monday, it's not because of the Monday.
[22:50] <meLon> I'm suggesting that the archlinux-arm devs are focusing on other platforms and have neglected to do thourough testing on each of their releases for the pi, is all.
[22:51] <meLon> For example, I may find that between two versions, a feature was added, or something was replaced with something else that could cause issues.
[22:51] <shiftplusone> and if a raspberry pi engineer suggested that it would be a good idea to rule out power and sd card issues first?
[22:51] <meLon> This isn't the first time I've found a regression bug such as this.
[22:51] <meLon> I would absolutely listen, and do the tests, and provide the information gathered
[22:51] <shiftplusone> hm
[22:51] <meLon> Because of my useage of multiple SD cards, I'd like to rule out SD cards being the issue, however
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[22:52] <meLon> Because of my useage of multiple USB cables and adapters, I'd like to rule out voltage as an issue, as well as because rasbian is working perfectly fine, but I am willing to do more tests
[22:52] <meLon> I found TP2, but not TP1
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[22:52] <meLon> TP2 is right inbetween the yellow audio port and the GPIO pins
[22:52] <ColdKeyboard> Is there a way I can see why my raspberry crashed last time? Like some kind of crash log?
[22:52] <shiftplusone> it's across the other side of the board.
[22:53] <ColdKeyboard> From time to time my raspberry crashes, I can't get more uptime than 4-5days before I have to manually power it off/on to start working
[22:53] <meLon> ColdKeyboard: 'journal' and 'dmesg' have NO INFORMATION, even after tens of crashes
[22:53] <shiftplusone> ColdKeyboard, if it crashed in a way that would allow it to log the issue. Check /var/log
[22:53] <meLon> ColdKeyboard: we're talking about minutes (under ten) vs hours (over 8)
[22:53] <Ryccardo> friend's protip: don't use microusb cables that come with TechStar bluetooth headphones
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[22:53] <ColdKeyboard> It doesn't crash in minutes. I works sometimes for 4-5 days, sometimes 2-3 days but it always crashes :\
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[22:54] <meLon> What OS, ColdKeyboard ?
[22:54] <ColdKeyboard> I'm using 5V/2A adapter and don't have any usb dongles draining power from the rpi.
[22:54] <shiftplusone> meLon, http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-R7iYaxHPlbE/UKYnqyrE0xI/AAAAAAAAAVA/IONGqKhc2Fw/s1600/low+power+raspberry+pi+no+load.jpg
[22:54] <ColdKeyboard> Raspbian and first line when I log in says Mar 7 2015
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[22:55] <meLon> THERE IT IS, shiftplusone
[22:55] <meLon> Let me find this damn multimeter. I just moved so..
[22:55] <ColdKeyboard> When I did rpi-upgrade a week ago it was more stable but still, the issue of crashing remained :\
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[22:56] <shiftplusone> meLon, fire up omxplayer, start transferring a large file over the network (maybe over ssh) and check the voltage.
[22:56] * shiftplusone prepares to eat his hat.
[22:56] <willmore> shiftplusone, do you know the limits to the SPI clock?
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[22:57] <shiftplusone> willmore, don't really use SPI for anything myself. Take a look here though... https://projects.drogon.net/understanding-spi-on-the-raspberry-pi/
[22:58] <meLon> Will do, shiftplusone. I've got to dig out this multimeter after my meeting here shortly
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[22:59] <meLon> In the meantime... ArchLinuxARM-2014.10-rpi-rootfs.tar.gz is our test version
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[23:00] <willmore> Thanks, shiftplusone. Looks like Mr. Drogon found it to be 32MHz and that there are signifigant limitations on the clock setting.
[23:01] <willmore> Of course that post is 2.5 Years old and I'm pretty sure I saw some patches to make the clock speed setting better.
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[23:02] <willmore> For example: https://github.com/notro/fbtft/wiki/Performance
[23:03] <willmore> shows clock speeds of 48MHz and they perform better than the ones at 32MHz, so clearly something has changed since sept '12.
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[23:08] <willmore> Yeah, here it is: http://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/viewtopic.php?f=44&t=43442&p=347073
[23:08] <willmore> Wish I could find similar info on the C1.
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[23:08] <willmore> So far it looks like 30MHz is the cap on the C1. This could be a nice plus for the rpi over the C1
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[23:18] <Warbird> Dear lord I have no idea what I'm doing.
[23:19] <shiftplusone> words to live by
[23:19] <Warbird> https://learn.adafruit.com/adafruits-raspberry-pi-lesson-11-ds18b20-temperature-sensing/hardware
[23:19] <Warbird> Details how to use the temp sensor I'm buying.
[23:19] <Warbird> How in the hell am I going to hook up two servos/engines/steppers/Idon'tknow up as well?
[23:19] <Ryccardo> Warbird: aha, that's the one designed for use with my... real time clock
[23:20] <Warbird> As opposed to an unreal time clock?
[23:20] <shiftplusone> Ryccardo, why the... pause?
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[23:21] <Ryccardo> it's dramatic because having a temperature sensor is a very innovative and thus competitive feature in the clock market
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[23:22] <shiftplusone> ah yes, of course.
[23:22] <Warbird> It could do my taxes and I'd be fine with it. I just want to run two servos and the sensor off of the Pi. IS that even possible?
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[23:22] <methuzla> yes
[23:23] <Warbird> Go on please
[23:23] <OffensiveUser> why 2
[23:24] <methuzla> looks like the DS18B20 is only taking up pin 4, plenty of other pins available
[23:24] <methuzla> I2C and SPI pins for example
[23:24] <Warbird> OffensiveUser, one to wind the fishing reel the other to flip a switch to release tension.
[23:25] <Criggie> mmmm servos
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[23:25] <Criggie> "OPEN THE POD BAY DOORS HAL"
[23:26] <OffensiveUser> I want hal9000 on my pi
[23:26] * willmore has had a clock with a temp sensor for the better part of a decade.
[23:26] <OffensiveUser> even better cause my name is david
[23:26] <Warbird> methuzla, can you recommend a "Pi and peripherals for Jackasses" type book?
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[23:27] <methuzla> no, but only because i've never looked at any of them.
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[23:28] <OffensiveUser> why's that preferable over say, using a dc motor to turn some rope/chain/wire in a loop attached to the curtain
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[23:29] <OffensiveUser> maybe a pulley in the middle if it's that kind of curtain
[23:29] <Warbird> The reel solution lets the tension be held without having the motor run all the time.
[23:29] <Warbird> Unless there's one that doesn't. I have no idea what I'm doing.
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[23:30] <OffensiveUser> picture of the curtains you wanna automate?
[23:31] <OffensiveUser> preferably a good look at the rod that's holding them
[23:31] <Warbird> I'm not at the house. I'll see if I can find a comparable pic.
[23:32] <OffensiveUser> k
[23:32] <Warbird> It's just a cheap extend rod thing and a single sheet curtain from WalMart.
[23:32] <methuzla> Warbird "servos" typically mean hobby servos, which only have +/-90deg of travel, except for some that have been hacked to be continuous rotation
[23:33] <methuzla> but a DC or stepper motor would probably be a better choice
[23:33] * McAFK is now known as McBride36
[23:33] <OffensiveUser> yeah you can pull one of those out of an old printer
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[23:34] <methuzla> all three (servo, DC, stepper) have generally different driver requirements
[23:35] <McBride36> i think a stepper motor would be your best bet
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[23:39] <OffensiveUser> stick 2 pulley wheels behind the curtain rod
[23:39] <Warbird> Ok
[23:40] <Warbird> http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_EYHNI6FulBA/TCoaqi7VKiI/AAAAAAAAAUc/oWBOtDGAzQI/s1600/curtain.jpg
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[23:40] <Warbird> Sort of like that, but the rod is mounted inside the frame of the window.
[23:40] <Warbird> Also not frilly and blue.
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[23:40] <OffensiveUser> or any kind of wheel with a similar shape
[23:40] <methuzla> hey. are those silent curtain rods???
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[23:41] <OffensiveUser> have some wire going between them
[23:41] <Warbird> The plan is to have a string looped around the bottom bit of the curtains and have it pulled to one side al la http://www.internethomealliance.org/wp-content/uploads/2010/09/curtain-center.jpg
[23:42] <McBride36> you can use a dc motor that spools the sring
[23:42] <McBride36> string*
[23:42] <Warbird> Does it have to continue to run to maintain tension?
[23:42] <OffensiveUser> that'll work too
[23:43] <OffensiveUser> doing it from the top and sliding the curtain open is a set up that wouldn't
[23:43] <McBride36> i don't think it would
[23:43] <McBride36> but you can use another mechanism to prevent the spool from despooling
[23:43] <Warbird> Like a fishing reel.
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[23:44] <Warbird> And sliding from the top isn't going to happen. They'll just fall off, rod and all.
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[23:44] <methuzla> a geared DC motor may have enough resistance to hold the curtains if they are light enough
[23:46] <OffensiveUser> ah
[23:47] <ozzzy> use a worm/gear... no need for a motor to hold anything
[23:47] <OffensiveUser> yeah was about to suggest
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[23:48] <OffensiveUser> http://www.ebay.com/itm/34-1-PRECISION-MOULDED-PUSH-FIT-WORM-GEAR-SET-10-pieces-/160948863213
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[23:50] <OffensiveUser> http://www.ebay.com/itm/34-1-PRECISION-MOULDED-PUSH-FIT-WORM-GEAR-SET-4-pieces-/151029442478
[23:50] <Warbird> Ok. Can anyone suggest a geared DC motor or whatever?
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[23:51] <ozzzy> Warbird, I buy them on ebay
[23:52] <ozzzy> how fast do you want them to turn
[23:52] <ozzzy> the output shaft that is
[23:52] <Warbird> I have no idea. The idea is for the curtains to be drawn while I'm still asleep so I get dark at night and sun when I get up.
[23:52] <Warbird> So no particular hurry. Nothing too loud though.
[23:53] <ozzzy> are these drapes or blinds
[23:53] <Warbird> Drapes
[23:53] <ozzzy> no need for the ability to hold weight then
[23:53] <Warbird> Single curtain thing, not too thick. Certainly not heavy.
[23:53] <McBride36> automotive window motor?
[23:54] <ozzzy> http://goo.gl/WppN5t
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[23:54] <Warbird> Seems fine. How much trouble would it be to implement with the Pi and tweak it?
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[23:55] <ozzzy> pi, wiringpi, L293D and a voltage source
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[23:55] <ozzzy> trivial
[23:55] <ozzzy> they have 12V versions on ebay too
[23:56] <Warbird> I understood two of those things...
[23:56] <McBride36> wiringpi is the library
[23:56] <McBride36> for controlling the pins
[23:56] <McBride36> and the L293D is just an H bridge
[23:56] <ozzzy> wiringpi gives simple access to the pins... l293d is a motor driver chip and voltage could be a wallwart
[23:56] <McBride36> for controlling direction
[23:56] <ozzzy> an arduino would be cheaper
[23:56] <ozzzy> [shrug]
[23:56] <McBride36> yeah, and easier
[23:56] <McBride36> hardwired PWM output
[23:57] <ozzzy> I don't think pwm is really needed here... just a motor that turns the right speed
[23:57] <ozzzy> they have all kinds of gearing
[23:57] <McBride36> i suppose
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[23:57] <McBride36> i had to make pwm work on the pi for my project at work, wasn't fun
[23:57] <ozzzy> McBride36, I used softpwm from the wiringpi package
[23:58] <ozzzy> wrote a little utility
[23:58] <McBride36> i ended up using this library https://pythonhosted.org/RPIO/pwm_py.html
[23:58] <McBride36> more accurate timing
[23:58] <ozzzy> heh.... python is against my religion
[23:58] <Warbird> Ok ok ok, time out for a sec.
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[23:58] <McBride36> shoot
[23:59] <Warbird> Someone just link the things I need to get. I'll make it work.
[23:59] <Warbird> WAIT
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[23:59] <Warbird> It has to work with that weather thing too, don't forget.
[23:59] <McBride36> it's all independent systems
[23:59] <ozzzy> you need a motor.... an L293d... a perfboard and a wallwart

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