#raspberrypi IRC Log

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IRC Log for 2015-03-28

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[0:01] <space-gh0st> Ryccardo: Well I wasn't sure exactly what you were trying to say but I tried what I think you meant and found no success, just to make sure it wasn't my tv I also tried 2 other TVs, I guess I just got shit cords :(
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[0:02] <Ryccardo> if you want to buy another, look for iPod Video ones
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[0:08] <giddles> hmm
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[0:08] <giddles> how to upload something to google drive
[0:08] <giddles> wput i understand but this..
[0:09] <Ryccardo> click the red button on the left, above the folders
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[0:14] <giddles> and now?
[0:14] <giddles> im registered
[0:14] <giddles> :)
[0:15] <Ryccardo> drag and drop stuff in, iirc
[0:15] <Michelle_G> Is there still a separate version of noobs or wheezy for the Pi 2?
[0:17] <shiftplusone> Michelle_G, ?
[0:18] <shiftplusone> When was there ever? Do you mean 'is there still no..."?
[0:18] <giddles> no i mean uploading it from a configfile
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[0:20] <Michelle_G> shiftplusone: I read in the Linux User & Developer that there were 2 kernels and thus 2 versions
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[0:22] <shiftplusone> 1 version, 2 kernels
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[0:23] <shiftplusone> the firmware loads kernel.img or kernel7.img depending on what it's running on.
[0:23] <shiftplusone> but the userland for NOOBS and Raspbian stays the same.
[0:23] <shiftplusone> so it's all one image.
[0:23] <Michelle_G> shiftplusone: Ok, I guess that the article is inaccurate. Thank you for clearing that up
[0:23] <shiftplusone> np
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[0:25] <giddles> http://tkmaker.blogspot.de/2013/11/raspberry-pi-motion-detector.html <-- is this tut state of the art?
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[0:26] <shiftplusone> well, it seems to be using a usb webcam, which is a bad idea.
[0:27] <giddles> i git picams and ms v4l2 cams
[0:27] <giddles> got ;)
[0:27] <shiftplusone> ah, then load the bcm v4l2 driver and that should be applicable to picams as well
[0:28] <shiftplusone> I don't think it's an efficient way of doing motion detection, but it's the simplest.
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[0:30] <Michelle_G> shiftplusone: have you heard anything about the touch screen that the foundation was working on?
[0:30] <shiftplusone> Michelle_G, yeah, shouldn't be long now.
[0:30] <shiftplusone> They have been saying that for ages, but it's true now. >_<
[0:30] <shiftplusone> I hope
[0:31] <Michelle_G> Let's hope so. It would be cool to use that connector finally
[0:31] <shiftplusone> What did you have in mind for it?
[0:32] <shiftplusone> The screen is fairly small and not really suitable for everyday use... it works better as an embedded status display on some IoT gizmo, for example.
[0:32] <Michelle_G> I was hoping to hook a Pi up to a solar system then maybe write a python program to show the output of my solar panels
[0:32] <shiftplusone> perfect
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[0:34] <Michelle_G> It would be nice to store data and see what the output was at different times of the day
[0:35] <Michelle_G> I'm new to the Pi but I see so much potential with it
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[1:12] <teclo-> Hé bien... toujours en train d'entrer et de sortir v3d ... enfin, les femmes adorent ça
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[1:13] <shiftplusone> yes
[1:14] <shiftplusone> actually, that seems to have been something stupid, so no.
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[1:15] <Bluefoxicy> now honestly.
[1:15] <Bluefoxicy> "Since we launched the original Raspberry Pi Model B, back in 2012, we’ve done an enormous amount of software work to get the best out of our Broadcom BCM2835 application processor and its 700MHz ARM11 CPU. We’ve spent a lot of money on optimising a wide variety of open-source libraries and applications, including WebKit, LibreOffice, Scratch, Pixman, XBMC/Kodi, libav and PyPy. At the same time, the Raspbian project, r
[1:15] <Bluefoxicy> un by Peter Green and Mike Thompson, has provided us with an ARMv6-compatible rebuild of Debian with hardware floating point support, and Gordon, Dom and Jonathan have spent thousands of hours working on the firmware and board support to make Raspberry Pi the most stable single board computer in the world. It’s worth going back and trying out an old SD card image from 2012 to get an idea of how far we’ve come."
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[1:15] <Bluefoxicy> I read this, and all I can think is, who fucking cares?
[1:16] <Bluefoxicy> The paragraph is well-written, sure; but it starts out the whole page
[1:16] <Bluefoxicy> The page opens up bragging about all these things done by the team building the Raspberry Pi
[1:16] <Ryccardo> I still use a live Linux 2.4 sometimes, if it matters
[1:16] <shiftplusone> watch the language
[1:17] <Bluefoxicy> If it just opened up with an explanation of things the user wants, and then moved into such a description of all the work done to these ends, it would make a more powerful statement about the efforts put into building this new version of the Raspberry Pi, and more people might upgrade, rather than decide their current B+ is good enough.
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[1:18] <Bluefoxicy> Fortunately for me, I don't care either way; I don't have one, and the newest one out is always about as expensive as the worst model on the market, and so is the obvious choice for a new user.
[1:18] <Ryccardo> We’ve spent a lot of money on optimising [...] LibreOffice
[1:18] <Ryccardo> citation needed
[1:19] <Bluefoxicy> lol
[1:19] <shiftplusone> What's with all the negativity around here lately?
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[1:19] <Bluefoxicy> shiftplusone: too much electrolyte in your wet cells
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[1:19] <Bluefoxicy> need more cations
[1:20] <shiftplusone> uhu
[1:21] <ali1234> if you think libreoffice is slow now you should have tried it when it was called staroffice
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[1:21] <Bluefoxicy> I had that on Mandrake 8
[1:22] <Bluefoxicy> every time I loaded it up, the boot screen printed an error message
[1:22] <Bluefoxicy> "I don't believe I've ever seen a commie drink a glass of water"
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[1:22] <ali1234> that's a dr strangelove reference, but i don't know why it was there
[1:23] <doomlord_1> heh i saw that recently
[1:24] <doomlord_1> essence of natural fluids etc
[1:24] <doomlord_1> whatever it was
[1:24] <ali1234> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qr2bSL5VQgM
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[1:34] <Sonny_Jim> What's the command I can use to see what libs a binary was linked against?
[1:34] <ali1234> ldd
[1:34] <Sonny_Jim> ta
[1:34] <ali1234> be aware that it more or less runs the binary, so it's not safe for "checking" unknown binaries
[1:35] <Sonny_Jim> Hmm, I guess it's platform specific as well
[1:36] <Sonny_Jim> As I have an Intel binary that I'm trying to check on Raspbian and it's no dice
[1:36] <ali1234> yes
[1:36] <Sonny_Jim> Bah
[1:37] <ali1234> for the same reason - it more or less does everything that happens when the binary runs, except the jmp to main
[1:37] <Sonny_Jim> Sure
[1:38] <ali1234> there might be something that will give you the information in binutils-multiarch
[1:39] <ali1234> probably some objdump command
[1:40] <ali1234> readelf -d
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[1:57] <Sonny_Jim> ali1234: Thanks
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[3:29] <Tenkawa> hi all
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[3:31] <abnormal> hi all
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[3:34] <scornflakes> hey is there an faq?
[3:34] <Tenkawa> on which topic?
[3:34] <scornflakes> Tenkawa: purchasing a kit
[3:35] <Tenkawa> ahhh. I think so.. however you would want to look at the distributor sites for that
[3:35] <scornflakes> maybe from amazon? i have gift card money
[3:35] <Tenkawa> element 14, mcm electronics, etc
[3:35] <Tenkawa> I am not sure about amazon
[3:35] <scornflakes> they have them but i wasn't sure how reputable
[3:36] <Tenkawa> who
[3:36] <Tenkawa> ?
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[3:36] <Tenkawa> which place were you curious about?
[3:37] <scornflakes> oh i just mean i'd like to use my amazon gift money to get a pi kit
[3:39] <Tenkawa> ah
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[3:42] <Tenkawa> scornflakes: unfortunately I wont be much help there
[3:42] <scornflakes> oohok np
[3:42] <Tenkawa> I buy mine from microcenter
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[3:42] <abnormal> just watch out for resellers on Amazon... check them carefully...
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[3:48] <scornflakes> yup thanks
[3:49] <abnormal> yw
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[5:03] <jaggzt> I'm trying to find a raspberry pi b 2.0 model to pull into blender
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[5:05] <ozzzy> lots of places sell them
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[5:07] <jaggzt> bah
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[5:08] <jaggzt> I need to find, modify, or make a case that gives me good access to the gpio pins so I can get a header connector with ribbon cable onto it
[5:08] <ozzzy> any case will do that... might need to mill a slot but that's about it
[5:08] <jaggzt> and swap those connectors without too much hassle
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[5:08] <jaggzt> it was quite irritating to modify the slots in a case I printed ... pla doesn't grind so nicely
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[5:09] <ozzzy> I use an end mill
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[5:27] <SohamG> When I plug my pi into my PC with an ethernet cable, I can ping it, but cant receive data back. How can I fix this?
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[5:34] <rumoxingme> SohamG- What OS is running on your PC?
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[5:35] <Anaphaxeton> hi
[5:36] <rumoxingme> If Linux you can open a terminal and ssh to the pi
[5:36] <Anaphaxeton> i cannot log into my fresh raspi
[5:36] <Anaphaxeton> ha
[5:36] <Anaphaxeton> me not
[5:36] <Anaphaxeton> you read my mind?
[5:36] <rumoxingme> if Windows you will need putty
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[5:37] <Anaphaxeton> in my case the freshly put sdcard does not activate networking so no ssh. also i dont have access to the serial console atm
[5:38] <rumoxingme> Anaphaxeton - are you trying to remote into your Pi or is ist hooked up to a monitor/keyboard/mouse?
[5:38] <Anaphaxeton> is there a kernel parametre that could assign it an ip?
[5:38] <Anaphaxeton> the first
[5:38] <Anaphaxeton> the second is impossible im afraid
[5:38] <Anaphaxeton> i need ssh and an ip on the pi
[5:38] <Anaphaxeton> :p
[5:39] <Anaphaxeton> i am examining the sd on my pc atm
[5:39] <rumoxingme> What image are you using on the sd?
[5:39] <Anaphaxeton> but i dont have high hopes
[5:39] <Anaphaxeton> alpine
[5:40] <Anaphaxeton> they never give networking at first boot
[5:40] <Anaphaxeton> when you set it up it is fine
[5:40] <SohamG> rumoxingme, ubuntu
[5:40] <SohamG> and even though its configured, my eth0 has no ip...
[5:41] <rumoxingme> SohamG- do you know how to ssh into the pi?
[5:41] <Anaphaxeton> i read the docs of linux and didnt see some magic kernel parametre like default_ip=x.x.x.x
[5:41] <SohamG> rumoxingme, I have done it before......but cant now
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[5:42] <rumoxingme> you said you could ping it, so it should have an IP no?
[5:46] <rumoxingme> Anaphaxeton- have you tried raspbian? I know of no Kernel magic either sorry?
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[5:48] <jaggz-> it is ridiculously hard to find a 3d model of an rpi b 2.0
[5:48] <rumoxingme> SohamG- if you can ping the pi you should be able to ssh to the IP you are pinging.
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[5:49] <jaggz-> everyone and their mother seems to have one, to make cases...
[5:49] <jaggz-> the last case i downloaded didnt fit right.. i had to do a ton of modifications to get it to fit
[5:50] <jaggz-> i think ill make my own case this time.. but i cant find the board model
[5:53] <Anaphaxeton> rumoxingme, i have tried archliux, which works like a charm. but alpine has some special capabilities and i would like to seriouslywork with that one. i will ask in alpine on how to modify the sd on my pc to get it ready for the pi
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[5:55] <rumoxingme> Anaphaxeton- Ok, just wanted to be sure you wer able to connect at all. Sounds like a good plan, best of luck.
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[6:07] <SohamG> rumoxingme, I dont receive any packets, its 100% loss, even though the pi is right next to me...
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[6:09] <rumoxingme> ok, so your not able to ping it, thats a different storry. have to ask, ar the leds for the network port lit?
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[6:22] <dashed> anyone have insight on how this works? http://www.amazon.com/3-5mm-Jack-Plug-Data-Cable/dp/B006T95XUS
[6:22] <dashed> there doesn't seem to be an "adapter"
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[6:29] <chisight> i had asked earlier about real time processing to make use of an nrf24l01 clone with the rf24 library. it turns out there was already code i was unaware of that used the radios without needing real time performance by taking advantage of their internal buffers.
[6:30] <chisight> at this point, i have the ability to type "nc 192.168.4.2 1000" and send/receive characters with the remote process.
[6:31] <chisight> I'm trying to use software that wants to read/write to a device, not a program.
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[6:34] <chisight> is there a way to create a device and connect it to netcat or some other tool so that characters written to the device file go to the network connection (address/port) and replies appear on the device? maybe a device like a fifo file.
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[6:37] <chisight> any solution needs to reconnect if the network connection drops.
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[6:44] <Froolad> chisight: I don't know how to do it, but look into Named Pipes.....
[6:44] <chisight> Froolad, thanks for the pointer.
[6:45] <Froolad> I believe that wpasupplicant makes use of a named pipe placed in some directory for communication with network mannager...
[6:45] <chisight> oh, that's just another name for a fifo.
[6:46] <Froolad> I remember that when looking at the file with midnight commander the filename was preceeded with a ! I think it was !A
[6:46] <Froolad> Uh, if not wpoasupplicant then dhcp....
[6:47] <chisight> ok, i did this:
[6:47] <Froolad> It was somwething on the file system that programs coupld dump data into.... so they could communicate.... and I've seen that used to create a file transfer from one server to another.
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[6:48] <chisight> mkfifo p
[6:48] <chisight> cat p | nc 192.168.4.2 1000 > p
[6:48] <chisight> tail -f p & echo " / /ON" > p
[6:48] <Froolad> set up a named pipe on both servers that point to each other.... faucet and hose.
[6:48] <chisight> and got a reply but it then quickly closed the connection and the netcat died long before the reply finished.
[6:49] <chisight> the far end is already a tcpip server. it expects inbound characters on a port and replies back on the connection.
[6:50] <Froolad> so set up a pipe on the other end and set your program to listen to the pipe..... then set the pipe where you'll do the nc call
[6:51] <chisight> i have the far end currently configured to be a simplistic web server. it looks for a couple slashes followed by a filename. it ignores everything else.
[6:51] <chisight> the far end isn't a linux machine at all.
[6:51] <Froolad> well fix it. lol
[6:51] <chisight> lol
[6:51] <chisight> it's a bit too small to run linux.
[6:52] <chisight> 2k ram... just a bit small.
[6:52] <Froolad> smaller than a pi? I didn't think that was possible unless it ran with weights and springs
[6:52] <chisight> how did you know!!!
[6:52] <Froolad> my dad was a watch maker
[6:52] <chisight> it's a clockwork computer. hehehe
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[6:53] <chisight> not quite but it's not much more. it responds to http requests though. including very badly formed ones.
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[6:53] <chisight> " / /filename" is considered valid.
[6:53] <Froolad> uh.... hang on a second here
[6:54] <chisight> ok
[6:54] <Froolad> nope, not linux, so i dunno.... sorry I can't be of more help
[6:55] <chisight> the pi end is linux though.
[6:55] <chisight> and the pi end is the part i need help with.
[6:55] <chisight> i have a black box on the network. it accepts characters on a tcpip port and replies.
[6:55] <Froolad> unless you can stream /dev/null through the pipe to keep it open and you can grep what you need on the other end
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[6:56] <chisight> sobel, i did this:
[6:56] <chisight> so, i did this:
[6:56] <chisight> mkfifo p
[6:56] <chisight> cat p | nc 192.168.4.2 1000 > p
[6:56] <chisight> tail -f p & echo " / /ON" > p
[6:57] <chisight> it gave me the first block of the first packet but then the nc died and i didn't get anything more.
[6:58] <Froolad> maybe tail -h ??
[6:58] <chisight> -h??
[6:59] <Froolad> head instead of foot
[6:59] <chisight> invalid option.
[6:59] <chisight> i run raspbian. it's up to date as of a few days ago.
[7:00] <Froolad> heh, debian is two years behind..... it's version of network managewr is 2 years old..... but that shouldn't make any difference
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[7:01] <chisight> understood. raspbian isn't cutting edge but i'm up as far as it is.
[7:01] <chisight> i was under the impression that raspbian was kinda the norm/standard for pi.
[7:02] <chisight> gonna look at ethereal to see if there was a reason for the nc to close prematurely.
[7:02] <Froolad> it shouldn't effect your use of tail.... my memory is questionabvle and I'm not a guru, but I remember reading the man for tail and there is an option for reading from the start of the file to the end rather than from the end of the file up....
[7:03] <Froolad> I thought that option was -h...... but i guess I'm wrong and I don't have linux handy to check
[7:04] <chisight> the "file" is empty when i start. i'm using tail because it shouldn't close when there's no data left in the file (aka fifo, aka named pipe)
[7:05] <chisight> head, cat and most other text tools won't watch the file to see if something new happens to fall in.
[7:05] <Froolad> maybe --retry keep trying to open a file even when it is or becomes inaccessi- ble; useful when following by name, i.e., with --follow=name
[7:07] <Froolad> oh..... try this..... start your tail before you start your cat.....
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[7:08] <Froolad> maybe start the tail from another console/terminal
[7:08] <chisight> it prints tail: warning: --retry is useful mainly when following by name and doesn't give even the beginning of the reply.
[7:08] <chisight> ok, tail -f p
[7:08] <chisight> it's own console
[7:08] <chisight> foreground.
[7:09] <Froolad> I remember when we were doing the transfers we would start the pipe on the side recieving the files before starting the pipe on the side sending so the sending pipe had a place to go.
[7:10] <Froolad> then the recieving pipe would just wait till something came through and quietly close when done
[7:10] <chisight> the tail captured the input into the pipe and the netcat didn't get it.
[7:10] <Froolad> but you had to be quick about it
[7:11] <chisight> rather than tail, going to try tee.
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[7:12] <Froolad> this is no time for golf
[7:13] <chisight> tee on the nc command gives me the test i echoed in.
[7:13] <Froolad> cool
[7:13] <chisight> console 1 runs: cat p | nc 192.168.4.2 1000 > tee p
[7:13] <chisight> console 2 runs: echo " / /ON" > p
[7:14] <chisight> console 1 prints " / /ON" (quotes not printed)
[7:14] <chisight> netcat command ends.
[7:15] <chisight> running again to get wireshark capture...
[7:15] <Froolad> well how comes it you are running nc on my ip address? home
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[7:16] <Froolad> lol
[7:16] <chisight> lolocaust, by chance?
[7:16] <chisight> lol, by chance?
[7:16] <Froolad> I'm being silly
[7:16] <chisight> it just happens to be the 4th network segment here.
[7:17] <chisight> there are 7 packets.
[7:17] <chisight> 4 when nc is started.
[7:18] <chisight> syn, ack, syn/ack, and another ack.
[7:18] <chisight> 10 seconds later i get 3 more, fin/ack, fin/ack, and ack.
[7:19] <chisight> data never goes over the connection.
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[7:20] <chisight> run it again and nothing hits the network at all.
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[7:23] <chisight> might be that two processes are trying to read the same fifo. going to make a 2nd fifo, T and R.
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[7:24] <chisight> lotsa packets that time.
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[7:26] <chisight> syn, syn/ack, ack, psh/ack (includes my outbound data), fin/ack, ack, fin/ack, ack. reply data never came.
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[7:28] <chisight> psh/ack was followed very very very fast by fin/ack. both sent outbound. the pi closed the connection way before the reply could come.
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[7:32] <chisight> went back to one console and background process' but two pipes. used: cat t | nc 192.168.4.2 1000 > tee r & tail -f r & echo " / /ON" > t
[7:33] <chisight> wireshark shows all my data, the request to the server and the complete reply back. the pipes did not display it.
[7:33] <chisight> the tee also did not display it.
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[7:51] <chisight> the following works once: while true; do cat t; done | nc 192.168.4.2 1000 > r & tail -f r & echo " / /ON" > t
[7:51] <chisight> but echoing into t again doesn't send anything over netcat. it also uses two pipes and the program i want to use reads and writes one character device.
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[8:06] <Froolad> Maybe you need to use cat instead of echo
[8:08] <chisight> cat from what?
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[8:09] <Froolad> cat p
[8:09] <Froolad> to read the output instead of using echo //ON or whatever it was
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[8:10] <chisight> ok, but the whole purpose of echo is to get that string into the connection.
[8:11] <chisight> putting that string in a file, then cating the string doesn't do anything.
[8:11] <Froolad> You are dealing with buffers.... the buffering of cat may be different from that of echo..... cat is more of a copy command...
[8:12] <chisight> so putting the data to be sent in a file and then cating the file into t doesn't send the data. the nc opens the connection but no data is sent.
[8:12] <Froolad> or maybe use cat instead of tail.....
[8:13] <chisight> while true; do cat t; done | nc 192.168.4.2 1000 > r & cat r & cat x
[8:14] <chisight> no result. nc opens the connection, contents of x are never sent.
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[8:14] <chisight> the nc isn't closing though, that is maybe progress.
[8:14] <chisight> the while loop seems to have resolved the premature close of nc.
[8:15] <Froolad> mkfifo p
[8:15] <Froolad> cat p | nc 192.168.4.2 1000 > p
[8:15] <Kunsi> chisight: do you want to do `cat t x | nc foo`?
[8:15] <Froolad> cat p
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[8:16] <chisight> Froolad, did the cat p in a 2nd console since the first hadn't returned.
[8:17] <chisight> Froolad, the //ON string isn't anywhere there so it's not being sent.
[8:17] <chisight> Kunsi, huh? not following. cat takes two parameters?
[8:17] <Kunsi> cat file1 file2 filen
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[8:18] <Froolad> http://linuxers.org/article/linuxunix-named-pipes-example-interprocess-communication
[8:18] <Kunsi> cat's the files in order you supplied them
[8:18] <chisight> Kunsi, ok. so cat the pipe. that won't end until there's something in it. then cat x which is my string.
[8:21] <Froolad> This command should have returned to a prompt(thats what you would have expected) but apparently it seems to get hanged in the middle of nowhere, why? The answer is
[8:21] <Froolad> read that section
[8:21] <chisight> Kunsi, what next? the goal is a character device that an existing program can open and read/write to for as long as it wants and the character device puts that data into a network connection and returns the network replies too.
[8:23] <chisight> Froolad, not seeing anything new in that article. ps -e results in a bunch of data, more than 2k. nothing reads the pipe so it stalls. read the pipe and it gets to finish...
[8:23] <Froolad> rcp and pipe
[8:23] <Froolad> rcp to a pipe on remote machine
[8:24] <chisight> where is the rcp in that link? maybe i got the wrong page?
[8:24] <Froolad> they weren't using rcp in that link.....<chisight> Froolad, did the cat p in a 2nd console since the first hadn't returned.
[8:24] <chisight> the remote machine is a very small and dumb server right now (it won't be but it is for now) that looks for //filename and replies with some content.
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[8:25] <Froolad> but the link explains why it didn't return. :)
[8:25] <chisight> oh, yeah. i knew it wasn't returning. sorry.
[8:25] <chisight> shouldn't have returned.
[8:25] <Froolad> All good
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[8:26] <Froolad> The other machine might be tiny, but if it is to recieve information then you gotta have a pipe or socket or something for it to listen to....
[8:26] <chisight> the sequence of commands were didn't generate any content so nothing went in or out of the pipe.
[8:27] <chisight> yes, it's a server that does correctly reply to http(ish) type requests.
[8:27] <chisight> point a browser at it and it returns reasonably correct pages and works reliably.
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[8:28] <chisight> it's brain dead, it accepts almost anything as if it where an http request. it will accept " //ON" as a valid http request.
[8:28] <Froolad> Then it seems like you need to design a web page for your process to send data to and then have the web page process that data....
[8:29] <chisight> i have a working "web server". i need a file that an existing program can write and read that will send the writes and collect the replies as reads.
[8:30] <chisight> the remote end is working.
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[8:30] <chisight> for here, it can be considered a black box that listens on port 1000 and replies. the exact content of the conversation isn't critical here.
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[8:31] <chisight> wireshark is seeing the exact correct information when the pi doesn't prematurely reset the connection.
[8:32] <chisight> echo " //ON" | nc 192.168.4.2 1000 works.
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[8:34] <chisight> the pi end is an existing program intended to read and write a character device. i just need them connected via something pipeish or netcatish.
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[8:35] <chisight> the program wants to open one character device and read as well as write to it.
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[8:54] <Froolad> I think that's called a log file.
[8:54] <chisight> how about a socket.
[8:54] <Froolad> pipe
[8:55] <chisight> nope, not pipe, socket.
[8:55] <chisight> /dev/tcp/192.168.4.2/1000
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[8:55] <chisight> it's working but if the connection dies, the socket closes and communication stops.
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[8:57] <Froolad> pipe to the socket .... if the connection died the pipe holds till the socket is reestablished
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[9:00] <chisight> i seem to have a problem with a pipe in that if one process reads and writes the pipe, it gets what it wrote.
[9:00] <chisight> the first process to read after a write gets the data.
[9:01] <Froolad> so tail -retry /dev/tcp/192.168.4.2/1000>>log.file
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[9:03] <chisight> tail: warning: --retry is useful mainly when following by name
[9:03] <chisight> tail: cannot open `/dev/tcp/192.168.4.2/1000' for reading: No such file or directory
[9:03] <chisight> seems that sockets must be opened for write or read write. they don't seem to work as read only.
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[9:05] <Froolad> --retry keep trying to open a file even when it is or becomes inaccessible; useful when following by name, i.e., with --follow=name
[9:05] <chisight> i don't know what follow by name means.
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[9:06] <chisight> insert --follow=name into your command??? (literally "name")
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[9:07] <Froolad> -f, --follow[={name|descriptor}] output appended data as the file grows; -f, --follow, and --follow=descriptor are equivalent
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[9:08] <chisight> i use -f without any name all the time. it's the name part that i don't know and the retry seems to require it.
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[9:11] <chisight> adding --follow=name --retry...
[9:11] <chisight> tail --follow=name --retry /dev/tcp/192.168.4.2/1000>>log.file
[9:11] <chisight> tail: cannot open `/dev/tcp/192.168.4.2/1000' for reading: No such file or directory
[9:11] <chisight> tail: cannot watch parent directory of `/dev/tcp/192.168.4.2/1000': No such file or directory
[9:11] <chisight> tail: inotify cannot be used, reverting to polling
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[9:11] <chisight> log.file gets created but is empty
[9:12] <chisight> writing to /dev/tcp/192.168.4.2/1000 in another console works as usual. log.file remains empty.
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[9:14] <chisight> in the short term, the program i'm using is short lived so a lost connection should be a minimal issue. in the long term, i have source and can improve it. maybe by simply watching for read/write failures and reopening the socket file.
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[9:16] <chisight> i still need to improve the server end of this. it's currently dummy code made to accept some form request and reply with something, not to do what i want. yet. i picked http because it's widely implemented and easy to implement but my final program won't be related to http.
[9:21] <chisight> here is why you can't open these devices read only: /dev/tcp/<ip>/<port> virtual files are implemented in the way that bash tries to connect to the specified <ip>:<port> using connect(2) function. In order to create listening socket, it would have to call bind(2) function.
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[10:09] <DL7LN> hey everybody!
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[10:10] <DL7LN> I'm trying to port my old gentoo-build for the raspi one to the raspi two...can anyone tell me, what's exactly the difference of the bootcode (and starting-procedure)?
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[10:13] <ShorTie> ya, you need to update it on the old pi first, is rpi-update in emerge ??
[10:13] <ShorTie> or raspiberry-bootloader ??
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[10:15] <DL7LN> ShorTie: The pi is not starting at all...I tried an SDcard with NOOBS...with a new version it runs properly...but when I try to mix the new bootcode.bin and the other files with my old gentoo-kernel, nothings gonna happen....maybe the wrong kernel?
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[10:15] <DL7LN> ShorTie: how is the boot-procedure organized at all? what is executing what?
[10:16] <ShorTie> old pi and new rpi2's take a different kernel
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[10:18] <DL7LN> ShorTie: i see...new pi is an arm7 cpu, right? does this mean, i have to build a complete new system?
[10:18] <DL7LN> or just the kernel?
[10:18] <ShorTie> does Gentoo offer a rpi2 image to start from ??
[10:19] <DL7LN> I don't think so...
[10:19] <ShorTie> you need more then just a new kernel
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[10:21] <ShorTie> sorry to say, but if not, i really don't think your gonna get it to work
[10:21] <DL7LN> ShorTie: yes...you're right....I found some sources....f*ck...ich have to rebuild/crosscompile the full os....and of course then reinstall all the software....copy all the configs and so on....everything before was "for the cat"...
[10:22] <Jusii> isn't new kernel with modules enough, doesn't matter if the userland is old armv6
[10:22] <ShorTie> all though i love Gentoo, playing with a pi i found the package system of Debian/raspbian a whole lot nicer on a pi then compiling every thing
[10:23] <ShorTie> you need new firmware/bootloader too...
[10:23] <DL7LN> Jusii: yes...for first starting-tests that will be ok...but if you want to use it, you need to have the right binaries i think
[10:23] <DL7LN> ShorTie: yes, but i want to have a homogenous landscape :) and i love gentoo :)
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[10:24] <ShorTie> i understand
[10:24] <DL7LN> ShorTie: so this will be a long way...but when I'm finished, maybe I'll upload a full functional pi2-gentoo-image somewhere :)
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[10:28] <ShorTie> it's just that raspbian has all the 'special sauce' needed for the pi by the pi maker is all
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[10:30] <ShorTie> i mean like the Debian folks don't even have a properly working kernel for the pi like the foundation does
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[11:11] <grammoboy> does the a+ have a power light?
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[11:12] <grammoboy> should a microsd image for b+ work on a a+?
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[11:12] <ShorTie> ya and ya
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[11:12] <grammoboy> this thing seems to be death then
[11:13] <Codmadnesspro> Hi, i've changed the time on raspbian but even time it shutdowns for a few hours and I boot it back up the time has changed to a completely different time, anyone know what's wrong?
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[11:14] <ShorTie> is your timezone set correctly ??
[11:14] <Codmadnesspro> yes
[11:14] <grammoboy> brand new...
[11:15] <ShorTie> what image are you using ??
[11:15] <grammoboy> raspbian with camera enabled
[11:15] <grammoboy> it worked in my b+
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[11:17] <ShorTie> and your powering by micro-usb cable ??
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[11:18] <grammoboy> yep
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[11:18] <ShorTie> Codmadnesspro, is it hooked up to the internet ??
[11:18] <Codmadnesspro> ShorTie, yes
[11:18] <Codmadnesspro> raspbian
[11:19] <Codmadnesspro> And yes i'm using a maplin charger to power it
[11:19] <ShorTie> grammoboy, i'd try a fresh image write
[11:21] <grammoboy> ShorTie, will do
[11:21] <ShorTie> or if it have a meter, double check that it is getting +4v
[11:21] <ShorTie> oops, +5v that is
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[11:21] <grammoboy> it's the same adapter as the for the b+ which works
[11:22] <zombyrad> Codmadnesspro: look into fake-hwclock, since the rpi has no onboard rtc to keep the datetime saved when there's no power applied
[11:22] <ShorTie> and cable ??
[11:23] <Codmadnesspro> ShorTie, well I got it in a raspberry pi bundle so I assume all the parts are correct, also it's overclocked to turbo
[11:23] <Codmadnesspro> zombyrad, erm ok lemme look into it
[11:23] <ShorTie> is this static or dhcp ??
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[11:24] <ShorTie> ie: it is getting a good ip address
[11:24] <ShorTie> because ntp is inabled by defualt and should update time on boot i believe
[11:24] <Codmadnesspro> ntp is a service?
[11:25] <ShorTie> i believe so
[11:25] <x29a> ntpd
[11:25] <Codmadnesspro> its installing now
[11:25] <Codmadnesspro> hue
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[11:26] <zombyrad> ntp has an issue syncing if the time difference is too big iirc
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[11:59] <Tenkawa> Codmadnesspro: zombyrad: yes.. the drift has a threshhold
[11:59] <Tenkawa> greetings all
[12:00] <Tenkawa> cant remember offhand what the default threshhold is though
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[12:03] <grammoboy> ShorTie, nope new image doesn't work, I guess I've to sent it back
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[12:06] <Tenkawa> grammoboy: bad board?
[12:06] <grammoboy> Tenkawa, apparently
[12:06] <grammoboy> Tenkawa, it doesn't boot, where my b+ does
[12:06] <Tenkawa> what do you get on screen?
[12:06] <grammoboy> nothing
[12:06] <grammoboy> no power light
[12:06] <Tenkawa> ouch
[12:06] <Tenkawa> pi2?
[12:06] <grammoboy> a+
[12:06] <Tenkawa> ahh
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[12:07] <Tenkawa> yeah I know nothing about those
[12:08] <Tenkawa> I'm trying to determine how to push enough amperage through to power an ssd via sata
[12:08] <Tenkawa> usb - sata bridge on the pi
[12:08] <buZz> power the drive from a powersupply
[12:08] <Tenkawa> I keep drawing too much power right now after about 2 minutes
[12:09] <buZz> oh its a usb powered adapter, i guess
[12:09] <Tenkawa> buZz: yeah I was hoping to avoid that however case+usb alone doest seem to be enough
[12:09] <buZz> in theory, 0.5A should be enough for a 2.5" drive
[12:09] <Tenkawa> buZz: it has a dc addon however I was hoping not to need to use it
[12:09] <buZz> well you could be sure it has enough power by using it ;)
[12:09] <Tenkawa> buZz: yeah I thuought so too and I'm using a 2.1 A ps to the pi
[12:10] <buZz> just split of the power into the pi
[12:10] <Tenkawa> buZz: It has no seperate power right now
[12:10] <Tenkawa> got to buy the addon cables
[12:10] <Tenkawa> I think I might have 1 lying around.. going to search for it here in a few minutes
[12:10] <buZz> you dont have a big pile of old adapter from which you could cut a plug? :)
[12:10] <Tenkawa> good point
[12:11] <buZz> scissors, screw terminal, and you have two plugs on your 2.1A
[12:11] <Tenkawa> bbiaf.. going to see if I can find that other one
[12:11] <Tenkawa> haaahaa
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[12:17] <Tenkawa> figures.. I find the cable however its barrel plug is about twice too large in diameter
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[12:18] <Tenkawa> buZz: not helping that I'm also running wifi off the usb bus
[12:19] <buZz> heh yeah
[12:19] <buZz> i found quite a difference in power usage from different wifi modules
[12:20] <Tenkawa> indeed
[12:20] <Tenkawa> these are a bit hungry
[12:20] <Tenkawa> and considering they are literally <5ft from the ap I need to see if I can lower that
[12:20] <buZz> Bus 001 Device 006: ID 0846:9001 NetGear, Inc. WN111(v2) RangeMax Next Wireless [Atheros AR9170+AR9101] carl9170
[12:21] <buZz> was the best one, used only just under 300mA
[12:21] <Tenkawa> nice
[12:21] <Tenkawa> how were you measuring
[12:21] <Tenkawa> ?
[12:21] <Tenkawa> voltmeter or something more specific?
[12:22] <buZz> http://www.ebay.com/itm/12V-to-5V-2A-Voltage-Regulator-DC-DC-Buck-Converter-Voltmeter-Ammeter-RED-LED-/180872383821
[12:22] <Tenkawa> ahh
[12:22] <Tenkawa> interesting....
[12:23] <Tenkawa> maxpower on my usb ports arent all the same according to lsusb
[12:23] <Tenkawa> holy cow
[12:23] <Tenkawa> drawing 450ma at idle from these dongles
[12:24] <Tenkawa> thats a bit of a pull
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[12:33] <ShorTie> these things are nifty for volts/current http://www.ebay.com/itm/361162327436?_trksid=p2060353.m2749.l2649&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT
[12:34] <Tenkawa> heheheh
[12:34] <buZz> yeah should still grab one
[12:34] <buZz> a bit worrying is, those devices draw amps themselves ;)
[12:34] <buZz> and dont have their own power source for it
[12:34] <Tenkawa> I still cant believe this tiny dongle draws almost .5a
[12:35] <Tenkawa> thats just eerie
[12:35] <RoBo_V> guys how much speed you get to tranfer files from RPi(with wifi dongle ralink) to PC .
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[12:35] <Tenkawa> largest draw on any port on my x86 notebook right now is .98 milliamp
[12:35] <ShorTie> Tenkawa, your problem is most likely wire size
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[12:35] <Tenkawa> ShorTie: wifi
[12:36] <Tenkawa> in port dongle
[12:36] <Tenkawa> no wires
[12:36] <buZz> RoBo_V: on a pi1 over usbwifi i havent got more than 2.5MB/sec
[12:36] <ShorTie> power supply
[12:36] <buZz> and thats with 'storing' the file in /dev/null
[12:36] <Tenkawa> ShorTie: standard microusb cable
[12:37] <ShorTie> ya, i know
[12:37] <Tenkawa> maybe I should try a large gauge one
[12:37] <buZz> there is no standard for microusb cables really :P
[12:37] <ShorTie> be amazed what a nice piece of 18ga does
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[12:37] <buZz> all these manufacturers have different ideas about which size of wires to use
[12:38] <ShorTie> some aren't even wire, but plastic with tensle on them, lol.
[12:38] <buZz> plastic doesnt conduct
[12:38] <RoBo_V> buZz: yes im getting about 1.25 Mbps with ralink rt5370 wifi dongle.
[12:38] <RoBo_V> is it ok ?
[12:38] <ShorTie> but the tensle does
[12:38] <Tenkawa> do you know an effective way to disable the onboard ethernet on a rpi2
[12:38] <buZz> RoBo_V: 1.2mega-bit- ?
[12:38] <Tenkawa> I want to turn it off and see if it helps
[12:38] <buZz> no, thats super slow
[12:38] <RoBo_V> rigt
[12:39] <Tenkawa> unfortunatelt its not a module
[12:39] <ShorTie> just unplug it
[12:39] <Tenkawa> ShorTie: no no.. the usb device on the board itself
[12:39] <RoBo_V> oh nooo buZz
[12:39] <buZz> i tried a RT2573 ralink and had 2.4MB/s
[12:39] <RoBo_V> i mean 1.25 MBps
[12:39] <RoBo_V> byte not bit
[12:39] <ShorTie> if it is not in use it doesn't take much
[12:39] <Tenkawa> the smsc that shows up in lsusb
[12:39] <buZz> RoBo_V: are you close to the accesspoint?
[12:40] <RoBo_V> buZz: yes very close
[12:40] <Tenkawa> ShorTie: true however its one more thing I might be able to pull
[12:40] <buZz> RoBo_V: then maybe you are using same channel as all your neighbours and getting bad speeds, you should be able to reach higher speeds
[12:40] <ShorTie> short of cutting a trace, not that i know of .. :/~
[12:40] <Tenkawa> heheheh
[12:40] <Tenkawa> or rebuilding the kernel
[12:41] <ShorTie> nop, that will not cut the power to it
[12:41] <Tenkawa> it will however allow power control over it
[12:41] <ShorTie> don't think so
[12:41] <Tenkawa> which i currently do not have in the kernel config
[12:41] <Tenkawa> ShorTie: sure in the /sys controls
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[12:41] <Tenkawa> standard power saving stuff
[12:41] <Tenkawa> "if" compiled on
[12:42] <Tenkawa> er in
[12:42] <Tenkawa> however the kernels out there dont have it compiled in and I havent looked yet if its already a built module
[12:42] <RoBo_V> buZz: yea i read about that how to check and select different channel
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[12:43] <Tenkawa> oh well.
[12:43] <Tenkawa> heheeh
[12:43] <ShorTie> wire size is the biggest issue with voltage drops, they need to get away from the micro-usb cable, imho
[12:44] <Tenkawa> yeah I'm going to peruse for one of my larger gauge cables.. brb
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[12:47] <Tenkawa> ok.. this one has some heft
[12:47] <Tenkawa> lets see how it works
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[12:49] <Tenkawa> thats already acting better
[12:49] <Tenkawa> not counting success yet though
[12:50] <Tenkawa> getting ready to do the big data hit
[12:50] <Tenkawa> ok rsync is running
[12:50] <Tenkawa> if it succeeds I'm going and buying 2 more of this exact cable
[12:50] <Tenkawa> maybe 5 of them
[12:51] <Tenkawa> just to be sure (and have a spare)
[12:51] <Tenkawa> darn
[12:51] <Tenkawa> took longer however finally errored
[12:52] <ShorTie> you got volt meter ??
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[12:52] <Tenkawa> not handy
[12:54] <ShorTie> get some of these and use some real wire, lol. http://www.ebay.com/itm/10pcs-Micro-USB-5-Pin-T-Port-Male-Plug-Socket-Connector-Plastic-Cover-for-DIY-fo-/291333979586?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_2&hash=item43d4dbbdc2
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[13:01] <ShorTie> farnell/newark has a pdf on the micro-usb connector and it says max draw is only 1.8amps thru the power portition of the micro-usb
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[13:22] <Tenkawa> I think that the draw of that + the wifi is just too much
[13:23] <ShorTie> only a guess without a meter
[13:24] <Tenkawa> yep
[13:24] <Tenkawa> next thought is to put one of my "known" good quality power supplies on the unit
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[13:25] <ShorTie> current draw produces heat, heat causes resistance to go up, resistance going up cause voltage to drop, voltage drop causes current to go up, it's a never ending cycle till it goes poof, lol.
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[13:26] <ShorTie> that is why it will work 'for awhile'
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[13:29] <Tenkawa> ok.. dedicated 2a ps
[13:29] <Tenkawa> its running now
[13:29] <Tenkawa> lets see if that goes better
[13:29] <Tenkawa> if it does I know where to get more
[13:30] <Tenkawa> they take up a lot of space though
[13:30] <Tenkawa> thats one reason I was trying to use the others.. a lot smaller
[13:31] <Tenkawa> bingo
[13:31] <Tenkawa> its much smoother
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[13:32] <Tenkawa> it wasnt even powering all of the ports
[13:32] <Tenkawa> wow
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[13:32] <ShorTie> they recomend a 2.5amp supply you know http://www.raspberrypi.org/help/faqs/#powerReqs
[13:32] <Tenkawa> really?
[13:32] <Tenkawa> yikes
[13:32] <ShorTie> ya
[13:32] <Tenkawa> I thought 2a was the recommendation
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[13:32] <Tenkawa> I dont use the gpu or anything hid
[13:32] <Tenkawa> (headless)
[13:33] <Tenkawa> these 2A dedicated's seem to be working nicely
[13:33] <ShorTie> what model pi again ??
[13:33] <Tenkawa> 2
[13:33] <Tenkawa> all of mine are 2's
[13:33] <ShorTie> you do have the current hack in config.txt right ??
[13:33] <Tenkawa> (all powered up anyway)
[13:33] <Tenkawa> no...
[13:34] <Tenkawa> not that I'm aware of anyway
[13:34] <Tenkawa> what line should I search for
[13:34] <ShorTie> other wize usb current is limited too 600ma
[13:34] <ShorTie> https://projects.drogon.net/testing-setting-the-usb-current-limiter-on-the-raspberry-pi-b/
[13:35] <Tenkawa> OH
[13:35] <Tenkawa> that's big
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[13:36] <Tenkawa> thanks.. that might be a big part of it..
[13:38] <Tenkawa> ok.. let me try that out..
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[13:42] <ShorTie> a c/p cheat for your notes
[13:42] <ShorTie> echo "safe_mode_gpio=4" >> /boot/config.txt
[13:43] <ShorTie> echo "max_usb_current=1" >> /boot/config.txt
[13:44] <Tenkawa> ok here goes the recopy with those settings in place on the other ps
[13:45] <Tenkawa> so far so good
[13:45] <Tenkawa> 1/3 done
[13:46] <Tenkawa> ShorTie: thank yuo
[13:46] <Tenkawa> er you
[13:46] <Tenkawa> I completely missed those settings
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[13:48] <Tenkawa> perfect
[13:48] <Tenkawa> rebooting the unit hnow
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[13:49] <Tenkawa> yup looks great
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[13:49] <Tenkawa> now its got faster/more storage
[13:50] <Tenkawa> yay!!
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[14:24] <Tenkawa> ShorTie: wow this is running nicely
[14:25] <Tenkawa> those settings made a major difference
[14:26] <Tenkawa> just used them on one of my other units to get my dvd player working properly
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[14:44] <koyal13> any of you had use domoticz?
[14:44] <Tenkawa> not i
[14:45] <koyal13> I have a problem becouse domoticz web server don't start, or don't exist...
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[14:59] <dividuum> i have an omx pipeline set up: [decoder] + [clock] -> [scheduler] -> [render]. I feed data into the decoder and after a small delay the video displays. Everything works as expected. Now I want to terminate that pipeline. Doing that mid-playback takes up to 5 seconds since it takes this long to flush all inflight data from decoder to renderer. Is there a faster way to shut down an omx pipeline? Can I discard pending buffers somehow? Any poin
[14:59] <dividuum> ters?
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[15:01] <hypfer> shit shit shit
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[15:01] <hypfer> any way to find out if my GPIO pins are dead?
[15:02] <buZz> toggle them from pi side, read voltage output with multimeter
[15:07] <hypfer> seems about right
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[15:08] <hypfer> so.. i had a 434mhz transmitter and a dht22 attached via wires and now I soldered them onto breadboard and nothing works
[15:08] <hypfer> great
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[15:10] <hypfer> http://i.imgur.com/sxKvjW5.jpg there it is. I'm trying to read out the dht sensor and send stuff with the 434mhz transmitter but both doesn't work
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[15:13] <hypfer> the pins are different than before but I changed that in the code
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[15:14] <hypfer> What happens is that the send command for 434 retruns fine but nothing happens and the dht22 just hangs in an endless loop
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[15:51] <Kake_Fisk> I can ping my router, but I can't connect to the internet. Any idea?
[15:53] <niston> someone broke the internet D:
[15:54] <Bilby> niston, you put that internet back where you found it! what if someone is looking for it?
[15:55] <Bilby> Kake_Fisk can you ping outside your LAN on the Pi? Can you ping 8.8.8.8 ?
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[15:56] <Hix> I often get something similar on one laptop. can ping 8.8.8.8 but cannot use browser dns flush doesn’t seem to solve it. Often just end up rebooting the router, which is anoying
[15:57] <Bilby> sounds like DHCP isn't supplying good DNS server addresses, or the DNS server in the router isn't updating for some reason. Might try setting static DNS in the router or on the Pi
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[15:58] <Hix> i.e setting it to 8.8.8.8?
[15:58] <Bilby> For business connections I tend to use the primary DNS the ISP specifies, and set the secondary to google's 8.8.8.8
[15:58] <Kake_Fisk> 8.8.8.8 worked
[15:58] <Bilby> yeah, you can. It's significantly more slow than the ISP but it's a good backup.
[15:59] <Kake_Fisk> So I should set a primary and secondary DNS?
[15:59] <Bilby> You can look at your config files or check a site like http://ipleak.net/ to get your current DNS server addresses
[15:59] <Bilby> Kake_Fisk: I'd try doing that on the Pi first and see if it resolves the issue. it looks like your DNS cache isn't updating properly
[16:01] <Kake_Fisk> Oh, nice
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[16:06] <Kake_Fisk> But shouldn't my laptop for example know which DNS server it uses?
[16:06] <buZz> cat /etc/resolv.conf
[16:06] <Hix> hmm it seems that Sky prevent you from specifying DNS servers on their hubs :/
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[16:10] <Bilby> Kake_Fisk yes. Assuming your ISP is using DHCP, your router gets DNS addresses from the ISP and then passes it on to your devices when it serves IPs to them.
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[16:20] <benxyzzy> Can anyone recommend easy encrypted volume software for the rpi? All the stuff on the internet refers to encrypted roots, partitions or disks. I want to easily create and 'mount' encrypted files
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[16:21] <benxyzzy> I understand LUKS can do this, but all the commandline mounting etc. is opaque. I'd prefer a GUI
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[16:24] <Sonny_Jim> Well, you don't 'mount' files per say
[16:24] <Sonny_Jim> Why don't you look into OpenPGP encryption
[16:24] <Sonny_Jim> Pretty sure they have a GUI
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[16:34] <exobuzz> you could use ecryptfs and have an encrypted folder etc that is mounted unencrypted
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[16:35] <exobuzz> that's what ubuntu uses for the .Private / Private folder in home dir
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[16:44] <benxyzzy> Sonny_Jim, thanks I'll look at OpenPGP. Truecrypt volumes used to be mounted as filesystems (or drive letters in Windows). I'm looking for the same functionality
[16:45] <benxyzzy> exobuzz, thanks also - I'll look at encryptfs. Ease of use is preferred
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[16:57] <woox2k> Is it ok to connect multiple buttons in parallel into single input on raspberrypi?
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[17:00] <Bilby> woox2k, yes you can do that. in that case (assuming they're simple buttons) any one of the buttons will trigger the function
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[17:01] <woox2k> hmm "simple buttons" but what about some "smarter" devices like motion sensors?
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[17:04] <Sonny_Jim> Depends on the motion sensor I suppose
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[17:05] <woox2k> I have the simplest one there is probably. It takes 5v for the input and outputs 3.3v or 0v depending if theres movement or not
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[17:06] <woox2k> Logically it should be ok to connect many in parallel because voltages would not add up even if many sensors output "High"
[17:06] <woox2k> But i would like to be sure
[17:09] <Bilby> as long as it only outputs logic high or logic low, that's fine
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[17:10] <Bilby> you can test it by hooking output of your switches to a voltmeter and triggering them
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[17:12] <Criminalised> Just ordered a raspberry pi 2
[17:13] <Criminalised> Ready to embark upon the pi journey
[17:14] <Hix> :D Welcome
[17:14] <Criminalised> Hi Mix and thanks
[17:14] <Criminalised> Starting off with the simple media centre
[17:15] <Criminalised> But want to faff around with the cctv aspect of it
[17:15] <Sonny_Jim> Might need some diodes in there to prevent voltage being backfed into the motion sensor
[17:15] <Criminalised> diodes in where?
[17:15] <Hix> Quick network query. What is the differnce between /etc/network/interfaces and /etc/wpa_supplicant/wpa_supplicant.conf? I’m never sure of which one controls wireless so change both. Also I would like to have multiple wlans set up so I can headlessly use it in different locations, possible?
[17:15] <Sonny_Jim> Criminalised: Was talking to woox2k
[17:16] <woox2k> yeah makes sense
[17:16] <Criminalised> Sonny_Jim: No worries
[17:16] <Sonny_Jim> Hix: wpa_supplicant is for telling the WiFi module about what security it should use
[17:16] <HurricaneHarry> Hix: supplicant has to do with wlan encryption.
[17:16] <Criminalised> woox2k, are you using it for cctv?
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[17:18] <Hix> so I am incorrect in having the SSID and Key in the /etc/network/interfaces file? It should just point it to wpa…… which would hold the relevant network infos?
[17:18] <Sonny_Jim> I mean, the 'proper' way to do it would be to setup a switch matrix, that way you could use 8 GPIO to receive 16 motion sensors independantly
[17:18] <woox2k> Criminalised, almost
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[17:18] <woox2k> Forest camera
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[17:18] <Criminalised> God I'm already loving this chat and I haven't even got my toy yet
[17:18] <woox2k> But the range of those cheap motion sensors is bad, i would like to use many
[17:19] <Bilby> yeah this is a good channel as IRC goes ahaha
[17:19] <ShorTie> range is dependant on voltage
[17:19] <Criminalised> I didn't know there was additional components to attach for the motion sensors...presumed it was standard
[17:19] <Sonny_Jim> Even a cheap PIR sensor should cover enough distance
[17:19] <Criminalised> Just an installation
[17:20] <Bilby> If you're using ones from a standard security system they should either make or break a loop circuit when triggered
[17:20] <woox2k> Those are max 10m but camera is good enough to cover few times more than that
[17:21] <woox2k> Another solution would be to figure out how to run a script that listens many inputs at the same time
[17:21] <Hix> HC-SR04 ultrasonics worth a look at too http://goo.gl/a9diAA thought be wary of 5V logic levels
[17:21] <Criminalised> Raspberry Pi as low-cost HD surveillance camera - CodeProject
[17:21] <Criminalised> http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/665518/Raspberry-Pi-as-low-cost-HD-surveillance-camera
[17:21] <Criminalised> I checked this out and it doesn't state anything like what you're suggesting
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[17:24] <Criminalised> I seem to have killed this room into silence.....
[17:24] <woox2k> Indeed
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[17:25] <Criminalised> Are my questions too overwhelming?
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[17:26] <woox2k> Didn't really see a question there
[17:26] <Criminalised> It was inferred
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[17:27] <woox2k> Anyway i have everything else figured out and it's working with one motion sensor, just looking ways to connect more to make it bit more efficent
[17:27] <ShorTie> Criminalised, might take a l@@k at this https://github.com/silvanmelchior/RPi_Cam_Web_Interface.git
[17:27] <Criminalised> Why do you need additional configuration to that article for motion sensing?
[17:28] <Criminalised> Nice one ShorTie
[17:28] <woox2k> btw, motion does not work with raspberry camera out of the box
[17:28] <Criminalised> No
[17:28] <Criminalised> It needs activating as far as I knew
[17:29] <ShorTie> RPi_Cam_Web_Interface is based on motion
[17:29] <Criminalised> Any improvements on the nightvision?
[17:29] <woox2k> camera needs v4l2 driver
[17:29] <woox2k> that you have to compile yourself
[17:29] <Hix> https://github.com/roberttidey/RPi_Cam_Web_Interface seens to have more recent fixes ShorTie
[17:29] <woox2k> i tried and failed btw :D
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[17:29] <Hix> remember the pain I had the other week with the annotate V2/V3 issue
[17:30] <woox2k> also motion wastes energy, pi is runnign off a battery, that's why i went with motion sensors
[17:30] <Criminalised> Nightvision requires some surgery, which I'm not willing to do. Is there a 'nightvision ready' device?
[17:30] <woox2k> what do you mean be surgery?
[17:30] <woox2k> there are cameras without IR filter, that would be enough
[17:30] <Criminalised> Cutting open the camera to remove filter
[17:30] <woox2k> look for rpi noIR camera
[17:30] <Criminalised> Ah, that's what I was looking for
[17:30] <buZz> yep
[17:30] <buZz> exists
[17:31] <buZz> even with added IR lights
[17:31] <woox2k> i bought one
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[17:31] <Criminalised> Thanks
[17:31] <woox2k> but remember it will not take good looking pics during the day
[17:31] <Criminalised> I'll make a note of it
[17:31] <Criminalised> No, I gathered that
[17:31] <Criminalised> I'll probably want two cameras attached to it
[17:31] <Criminalised> Make my own case
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[17:31] <Criminalised> But will have to learn python before that
[17:31] <woox2k> i havent seen cameras with toggleable filter yet
[17:32] <woox2k> but i'm sure there are, just bit more expensive
[17:32] <Criminalised> It'd be nice thought wouldn't it?
[17:32] <woox2k> it would be the "professional" solution
[17:32] <Criminalised> But as you mentioned, the cost:benefit ratio wouldn't justify it
[17:32] <woox2k> most security cameras have that
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[17:33] <Criminalised> Better to get a professionally constructed camera
[17:33] <woox2k> another idea would be to buy visible light filter that only lets IR pass
[17:33] <woox2k> but then no color pics, even during the day
[17:33] <Criminalised> Cheaper would be to get spotlights
[17:34] <woox2k> true but IR lights are .... well invisible to human eyes :D
[17:34] <woox2k> that's their point
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[17:34] <Hix> well only 940nm ones the 850nm have a spectral spread that shows as a red glow
[17:34] <Criminalised> spotlights would add to the deterrent factor unless you're wanting to spy on your missus
[17:34] <Hix> as I found out to my pain
[17:35] <ShorTie> you can use 1 of these on the noir bring the colors back during day light hours http://www.dx.com/p/small-ir-cut-filter-switcher-for-cctv-camera-black-362506#.VIx7VHuQ99M
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[17:35] <woox2k> aha that would be perfect ShorTie
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[17:36] <Hix> god find ShorTie
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[17:36] <Hix> s/god/good
[17:36] <Criminalised> Ah, DX. Fuelling home-made inventions like no other
[17:36] <Criminalised> Defo Mix
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[17:36] <Hix> does that screw straight to the PiCam PCB?
[17:36] <Criminalised> Shortie has made two comments while i've been here and both very informative
[17:36] <Hix> damn it’s sold out anyhow
[17:37] <Criminalised> He's not a bot is he?
[17:37] <ShorTie> nop, just a <idiot@dot.com>
[17:37] <woox2k> Hix, it isn't directly compatible with the pi but you can just glue it on top of the existing lense and be done with it
[17:37] <Criminalised> http://www.dx.com/p/ir-cut-dual-filter-switcher-for-cctv-camera-black-373350#.VRbYzlMkp7E
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[17:38] <Criminalised> Is that the same?
[17:38] <Hix> ah oki, just looked suspiciously like it mated to the pcb screwholes
[17:38] <Criminalised> latter one is in stock
[17:38] <Hix> seems to be, it’s in the it’ll do category anyhow :D
[17:39] <Criminalised> Can't go wrong for 2.28
[17:41] <woox2k> not sure if pi can control the ir switcher directly though
[17:41] <woox2k> 78mA @ 3.3v
[17:41] <woox2k> afaik pi cannot provide enough from the 3.3 line
[17:41] <Criminalised> The saying 'pennies make a pound' has never been better demonstrated than by DX
[17:42] <Criminalised> They really know how to round up to the nearest penny don't they
[17:42] <Criminalised> http://www.dx.com/p/aluminum-alloy-12mm-f1-2-cctv-camera-lens-black-147785#.VRbZ8VMkp7E
[17:42] <Hix> when did they hike their shipping charges up to that level?
[17:42] <Criminalised> £5.63 lol
[17:42] <Criminalised> free shipping to uk
[17:43] <Hix> THe Eu branch i meant. £8.40 delivery it jus quoted for filter switchers
[17:44] <Criminalised> Not for me
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[17:44] <Criminalised> Where are you ordering from Hix ?
[17:44] <Hix> UK
[17:45] <Criminalised> Yeah, it should be free
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[17:45] <stagnator> does the RPI2 have WOL capabilities?
[17:45] <Hix> sorry £6.70 http://eud.dx.com/product/ir-cut-dual-filter-switcher-for-cctv-camera-black-844373350
[17:45] <Hix> but free from CN ?!?!
[17:45] <Criminalised> lol
[17:46] <Criminalised> Delivery times
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[17:46] <niston> stagnator: no
[17:46] <Criminalised> You're paying for it to arrive earlier
[17:46] <niston> well, it can certainly *send* WoL packets, but not process and react to them
[17:47] <Criminalised> Can anyone recommend a decent value-for-money pi 2 case
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[17:47] <Criminalised> niston, won't that depend on software?
[17:47] <niston> not really.
[17:47] <Criminalised> Like Kodi allows WOL option
[17:47] <niston> there's no hardware support for wake on lan
[17:48] <Criminalised> get you
[17:48] <niston> ie there's no standby mode
[17:48] <niston> there's no APM power management
[17:48] <Criminalised> It costs peanuts to keep it on all the time anyway
[17:48] <Criminalised> As long as the area is well ventilated
[17:48] <niston> there's no way for the USB lan chip to signal any of the non existen power management hardware to wake up
[17:49] <Criminalised> you mean RJ45 connection?
[17:49] <niston> RJ45?
[17:49] <niston> what's that got to do with wake on lan? :D
[17:49] <Criminalised> ethernet cable
[17:49] <Criminalised> We're not wifi
[17:49] <niston> well yes, but...
[17:50] <Criminalised> There's two modes of connection...RJ45 and/or wireless adapter
[17:50] <Sonny_Jim> I don't know of any WOL WiFi adapters
[17:50] <niston> doesn't matter in the Pi's case anyway
[17:50] <niston> as again, there is no power management hardware
[17:51] <Criminalised> Yeah that latter point completely defeats the purpose of WOL
[17:51] <Criminalised> If it can never sleep, no need to wol it
[17:51] <niston> so any wakeup signal coming from either wired or wireless can't do anything useful at all
[17:51] <Sonny_Jim> It can sleep
[17:51] <Sonny_Jim> But there's no way to wake it up
[17:51] <Sonny_Jim> So sleep becomes more of a poweroff ;-)
[17:51] <Criminalised> hmmm
[17:51] <niston> Sonny_Jim: not sure if that sleep thing does actually power down
[17:51] <Criminalised> Sounds like a hybrid function
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[17:52] <niston> or just idles the cpu or runs a neverending loop of NoPs or whatever
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[17:52] <Sonny_Jim> From what I remember, it shuts down the USB bus, but without the USB bus there's no way of signalling the Pi to wake up
[17:52] <niston> but afaik there's a GPIO function to break that "sleep" thing
[17:52] <niston> and wake it back up
[17:53] <niston> but I doubt it actually powers down
[17:53] <Criminalised> So can't you make script that will link it to receive wols?@
[17:53] <niston> so its kinda pointless
[17:53] <Sonny_Jim> It does cut power consumption
[17:53] <Criminalised> or wol packets?
[17:53] <Sonny_Jim> But leaves the Pi deaf
[17:53] <niston> Criminalised: you could add WOL with an MCU, a suitable USB LAN chip (LAN 7500 comes to mind) and some additional electronics to control power to the pi
[17:54] <niston> the 7500 will require an EEPROM connected to it to support WOL
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[17:54] <Criminalised> not worth the effort really
[17:54] <Sonny_Jim> Sounds like it'll draw just as much power as the Pi itself
[17:54] <niston> yeah. just leave it running.
[17:54] <Criminalised> exactly
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[17:54] <niston> thats what I do with my radio thing
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[17:55] <Criminalised> Well that'd be what the CCTV requires anyway
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[17:55] <niston> you press "power off", it actually shuts down radio playback and disables the LCD
[17:55] <niston> but doesnt turn off the Pi
[17:55] <niston> as for marketing reasons, I call it "soft power off"
[17:55] <niston> hehe xD
[17:55] <Criminalised> Just can't wait to get my hands on one, should probably receive it next week
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[17:56] <Criminalised> Any decent case out there less than 3 quid?
[17:56] <buZz> cardboard box
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[17:56] <buZz> lump of clay
[17:56] <buZz> pizzabox?
[17:56] <Criminalised> http://www.dx.com/p/abs-case-box-for-raspberry-pi-b-black-346332#.VRbdRVMkp7E
[17:56] <buZz> wrap it in household foil
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[17:57] <ozzzy> I think I paid $4 for mine
[17:57] <Criminalised> hehe, buZz
[17:57] <buZz> ;)
[17:57] <buZz> i print them
[17:57] <buZz> on 3d printer in hackerspace
[17:57] <buZz> ~ 1 euro
[17:57] <Criminalised> If you can afford to have a 3d printer, surely a couple of quid extra for a case wouldn't be too much, would it?
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[17:58] <Anaphaxeton> hi ainf
[17:58] <Ryccardo> [17:53:20] <niston> but afaik there's a GPIO function to break that "sleep" thing -- connect 3rd pair of GPIO pins counting from outside (i2c clock to ground)
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[17:59] <Anaphaxeton> hi again
[17:59] * Anaphaxeton goes light the light
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[17:59] <buZz> Criminalised: premade cases are for fools
[17:59] <buZz> :P
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[18:00] <Criminalised> Well, i'm a clever fool then :p
[18:00] <buZz> k ;)
[18:00] <buZz> 3d printer is just ~400 euros
[18:00] <buZz> so , dno
[18:00] <buZz> costs less than a car :P
[18:00] <Criminalised> haha, he said 'just'
[18:01] <Ryccardo> Hix: you can put network configuration in either of the 2 files... they overlap a little (you could even completely ignore them and create your own initscript, heh)
[18:01] <Criminalised> I can get a car for less than that
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[18:01] <Criminalised> Just wouldn't be a very good one and may require push-starts
[18:01] <Hix> ok cheers Ryccardo
[18:02] <Criminalised> Ryccardo, what are you using it for?
[18:02] <Ryccardo> desktop replacement
[18:03] <Hix> heh, just ordered some of these bad-boys :D http://goo.gl/B5R00K
[18:03] <Ryccardo> because I can actually find a power supply for it, unlike my desktop PC (ATX connector but power brick is smaller than standard)
[18:03] <buZz> Hix: remember to heatsink them ;)
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[18:03] <Hix> yeah, course
[18:03] <buZz> 5w led -will- burn without
[18:03] <buZz> k
[18:03] <buZz> :P
[18:03] <buZz> just saying
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[18:04] <buZz> Criminalised: to be honest, my last car was free
[18:04] <buZz> still
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[18:04] <Criminalised> Taking it off Daddy counts as charity
[18:04] <buZz> nope
[18:04] <buZz> random friend-of-friend that i never met
[18:05] <buZz> but i will join you in your conclusions, np
[18:05] <Criminalised> Didn't happen to be Bill Gates did he?
[18:05] <buZz> no :)
[18:05] <buZz> doubt he would drive a Citroen AX
[18:05] <buZz> and have it registered in .nl
[18:05] <buZz> :P
[18:05] <Criminalised> Oh must have been Gill Bates, sister or Master Bates
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[18:06] <Criminalised> *of
[18:06] <Criminalised> Good family they are....:P
[18:07] <Criminalised> anyways
[18:07] <Criminalised> I'm buying a 3 pound case
[18:07] <buZz> thats a heavy case
[18:07] <buZz> !BADUM
[18:07] <buZz> *TSSSSSSSH*
[18:08] * Ryccardo slaps buZz with a small 50lb Unix manual
[18:08] <buZz> lb stands for liquid book
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[18:09] <Criminalised> Ryccardo SPLASHES buZz with a small 50liquid book Unix manual
[18:09] <buZz> <3
[18:09] <Criminalised> Nah
[18:09] * buZz wears a bikini and waves his hair in true shampoo commercial style
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[18:12] <Criminalised> http://svc.dxcdn.com/upload/reviewpicture/201503/89135bc1-8558-4831-bfa3-a9e9a2bc0d3c.jpg
[18:12] <Criminalised> Not bad
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[18:13] <Criminalised> http://svc.dxcdn.com/upload/reviewpicture/201503/216ae584-956f-423f-8cb0-6bc15b9e392e.jpg
[18:13] <Ryccardo> what's that hole on the left in the first photo?
[18:14] <Criminalised> Don't know yet
[18:14] <Criminalised> Those were pics from dx
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[18:14] <Criminalised> http://img.dxcdn.com/OverviewImage/YB01453/sku_346332_3.jpg
[18:15] <Criminalised> looks like a sim card slot
[18:15] <Criminalised> lol
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[18:16] <cybr1d> its the micro sd slot for raspi 2
[18:16] <Criminalised> yeah
[18:16] <Criminalised> just realised
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[18:16] <cybr1d> lol
[18:16] <Criminalised> Excellent reviews for it
[18:17] <Criminalised> I don't have a pi 2 to hand...yet
[18:17] <cybr1d> the case does look nice. im tempted to get one
[18:17] <cybr1d> i have my raspi2, but still havent found a project for it
[18:17] <cybr1d> i was going to replace one of my other pis, but i want to do something with the new one that i just couldnt with the old ones
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[18:18] <Criminalised> cctv?
[18:18] <Criminalised> maybe newer OS
[18:18] <cybr1d> I do have a security cam pi already actually
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[18:18] <Criminalised> motion sensors?
[18:18] <Criminalised> Nightvis?
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[18:19] <cybr1d> neither, just static and recording all while im away.
[18:19] <cybr1d> but it streams to my pc my default and if power goes out it had a battery pack and hdd that takes over
[18:20] <Criminalised> Did you fit the HDD into the enclosure, presuming it had the latter
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[18:21] <cybr1d> kinda.. it's just in a homemade box, hdd and pi inside. then a wall plug battery pack.
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[18:22] <cybr1d> took a lot of scripting to get to stream to my pc on normal boots, but make the hdd take over recording if it shuts down improperly (power goes out)
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[18:23] <cybr1d> shit afk.
[18:23] <Criminalised> I don't think the pi 2 is a good security camera
[18:23] <Criminalised> flash at it and it powers off
[18:23] <Hix> speaking of boxes, I have been thinking of getting in touch with Hammond. They could do with making a box that has mounting points that suit the Pi a+ and b it’s make projects so much easier to house
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[18:23] * Ryccardo mailing a company a request to document their proprietary format
[18:24] <Hix> Criminalised: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SrDfRCi1UV0
[18:24] <Xark> Criminalised: Hehe, that is trivial to remedy if it is a concern (I have a dab of blue-tak - now survives "Wicked" green laser).
[18:25] <Criminalised> ah, that's k then
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[18:25] <Bilby> Hix could be worth a go, but I'd imagine they would already be doing that if there was enough demand for it
[18:25] <cybr1d> i have an original pi B rev1 as my cam anyway, not my 2, but thats the thing i wanna find a new project for the 2 that i cant do with an original
[18:25] <Bilby> Besides, it's trivial to mount standoffs in most of their cases
[18:26] <Xark> Criminalised: Just cover the tiny circled chip -> http://i.imgur.com/mAKtA7W.jpg
[18:26] <Hix> Bilby: or, nobody has bothered to ask. I’m going to modify some of their CAD and send it to them
[18:26] <Criminalised> u16>
[18:26] <Criminalised> ?
[18:26] <Criminalised> Xark
[18:27] <Bilby> Hix i suppose... but they are like the largest project box maker in the world AND the pi's been out for a couple of years. it's at least worth an inquiry
[18:27] <Xark> Indeed.
[18:27] <cybr1d> i cant even read the chip on my pi2, but it's shiny. easy to ID from others near it
[18:27] <Bilby> part of the problem being, if there's enough demand to make it... what kind of box do you make? or do you add a variant part number to 5 - 10 cases to try and cover most needs and then have a ton of stock sitting around :(
[18:27] <Hix> exactly, ask the best in the businees, they’ll probably think s^&t, why didn’t we do that already
[18:28] <Bilby> haha yeah
[18:28] <Bilby> if anyone's going to do it, hammond will
[18:28] <Xark> Criminalised: I find the RPi2 vastly improved (if you do anything on it). I now get ~28MB/sec from cheap USB HDD and X and IceWeasel works great (and scrolls acceptably on most pages).
[18:29] <Ryccardo> so, did anyone ever make an LCD that uses the connector on the opposite side of the SD card?
[18:29] <Hix> it’s a simple addition to the existing tooling just 4 mount points, it’s material off the tool aswell so it’s very cheap for them to implement
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[18:29] <Xark> Criminalised: Also runs "stock" ARM binaries (which is handy for some things - lets me use a Perforce client).
[18:29] <Criminalised> Thanks Xark. But most of that means nothing to me
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[18:29] <Criminalised> Especially the last bit
[18:29] <Xark> Ryccardo: Sure, google PiTFT
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[18:30] <Criminalised> I haven't received my pi2 yet
[18:30] <Link> THis has probably been said 784 times now, but 10% OFF AT ADAFRUIT TODAY AND TOMORROW https://blog.adafruit.com/2015/03/28/happy-arduino-day-use-the-code-arduinoday-on-checkout-and-get-10-off-your-order-on-all-items-in-stock/
[18:30] <Xark> Criminalised: It just means it can run "normal" Linux programs for ARM (not specially compiled for RPi, like the ARM6 forced).
[18:30] <cybr1d> lol i literally jsut bought a pitft an hour ago
[18:31] <cybr1d> adafruit ftw
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[18:31] <Criminalised> Xark, can it run Android?
[18:31] <Xark> Criminalised: In theory, but there are driver issues (so don't hold your breath).
[18:31] <Criminalised> By that I mean stable
[18:31] <cybr1d> theorectically, yes. im sure its already being ported.
[18:32] <cybr1d> for gods sake, MS is building a Win10 build for the Pi2 which is awesome
[18:32] <Criminalised> An Android media center
[18:32] <Criminalised> Android wouldn't want to jeapordise their market
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[18:33] <Criminalised> It'd cost more than their own boxes with added versatility
[18:33] <Criminalised> *less(not more)
[18:33] <Link> although i dont have the parts yet ill probably make something ill hang on my waal with this http://www.adafruit.com/product/2278 64*32 display matrix
[18:33] <Ryccardo> Xark: pitft connects through the GPIO connector from what I see (SPI pins)
[18:33] <Link> *wall
[18:33] <Link> or use this http://www.adafruit.com/products/1138 to make something cool
[18:33] <Xark> Ryccardo: Yes, what connector were you asking about? Composite?
[18:33] <cybr1d> yea, but androids open source for the most part, google doesnt ned to get involved to have it on the Pi
[18:34] <Criminalised> anyways lads
[18:34] <Xark> Right, just don't expect the Play store etc. :)
[18:34] <cybr1d> true
[18:34] <Ryccardo> Xark: the one that looks like the camera's but it's from the other side of the usb ports
[18:34] <Criminalised> Definitely intend to catch up later. You'll hear more from me next week, you can be sure of it if I have breath in my body :)
[18:35] <Criminalised> Until then....take care
[18:35] <Criminalised> Bye
[18:35] <Ryccardo> cybr1d: or both lol, port pure AOSP and extract+chmod gapps.zip
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[18:35] <Xark> Ryccardo: No, not yet AFAIK.
[18:35] <cybr1d> heh
[18:36] <Ryccardo> Xark: good, because I filed off half of that port!
[18:37] <cybr1d> i removed the AV video from my Model A to make it slimmer lol
[18:37] <Xark> Ryccardo: Hehe, I see. Well, that port is just decorative currently (for the most part). :)
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[18:38] <Ryccardo> though I wonder how much money they wasted on that + the "fdx" and "100" leds that could have gone to other things
[18:39] <Xark> I think the FDX and 100 LEDs are built into the port on RPi2 (probably pretty cheap).
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[18:46] <Davespice> hey folks
[18:47] <Davespice> anyone here have experience with the osmocom RTL-SDR software?
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[18:51] <Hix> Davespice: #highaltitude could be a good port of call for that
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[18:51] <Davespice> okay cool
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[18:58] <Sonny_Jim> Davespice: Sure
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[18:58] <Sonny_Jim> And ##rtlsdr is the best place ;-)
[18:58] <Davespice> oh cool
[18:58] <Sonny_Jim> What do you plan to use it for?
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[19:06] <Bilby> hmm. GreatScott recently posted a video on using a GSM board with arduino. It looks to be pi-compatible too...
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[19:32] <framp> Does somebody use the qemu emulation for pi?
[19:33] <Sonny_Jim> To emulate the Pi on a PC?
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[19:35] <framp> Yes. It's very nice because you can use a powerful PC which is much faster even emulating the pi. I use it for regression tests
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[19:39] <framp> But I have to save huge data from the emulated pi on the host and looking for a way to direct write file to the host filesystem. Right now I use nfs which is quite slow
[19:40] <Froolap> try samba. :)
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[19:42] <framp> samba has a worse performance than nfs. Why do you think I should give it a try?
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[19:43] <Ryccardo> does qemu emulate usb ethernet or a directly connected card?
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[19:45] <framp> Ryccardo: I frankly don't know. I found a website which describes how to use the emulator and its works perfect for me. I don't have any clue what's going on on the simulation level
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[19:45] <Sonny_Jim> There's a few options for writing to host filesystems in QEMU
[19:47] <framp> I found pages in the net which describe how to access the host filesystem. But I got errors saying that this function is not supported by the current emulation driver
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[19:47] <framp> http://superuser.com/questions/628169/qemu-to-share-a-directory-with-the-host
[19:48] <framp> But there is no 9p support :-(
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[20:20] <Hix> Is this someting I am unanware of?: serial cable to pi on OSX go to edit file, all fine until I hit tab then it locks up…. Anyone experienced this?
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[20:23] <Ryccardo> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CZKmpDpipEA
[20:23] <Ryccardo> video unrelated
[20:23] <brennen> huh.
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[20:23] <brennen> pi locks up or connection drops?
[20:24] <Hix> brennen: me? It seems to lock. Can still see the file in nano but no resposnse at all
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[20:29] <Bilby> you're econnected as a serial terminal?
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[20:31] <Hix> im using screen over usb - serial
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[20:34] <Sonny_Jim> Hix: Try CTRL-Q
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[20:37] <Hix> nope
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[20:41] <Kake_Fisk> Do you know if resolv.conf can be altered by plugging the device to a network via ethernet?
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[20:44] <Froolap> you don't need resolve.conf, you should delete it to prevent your system from trying to talk to strange computers. lol
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[20:45] <Sonny_Jim> AFAIK resolv.conf isn't autogenerated
[20:45] <Sonny_Jim> It's just a list of hostnames
[20:45] <Sonny_Jim> Ah wait, maybe it is
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[20:47] <Kake_Fisk> hmm
[20:48] <clever> the dhcp client will usualy regenerate resolv.conf every time it gets a lease
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[20:50] <Kake_Fisk> I use static ip, but the resolv.conf is completely wrong
[20:51] <clever> if your on static setup, then dhcp client wont run anymore
[20:51] <clever> just manualy edit it and it should stick
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[20:54] <Hix> gah boot seems to now hang at:[ 9.158242] bcm2708 watchdog, heartbeat=10 sec (nowayout=0)
[20:54] <Hix> this is turning into a “go to the pub” kind of ordeal
[20:55] <Kake_Fisk> Maybe I should run dhcp once and then go static?
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[21:37] <Kake_Fisk> "search lan domain lan" Does this look okay in resolv.conf?
[21:39] <Jusii> search line can be anything, it lists domains added by default if you only specify hostname
[21:40] <Jusii> like in browser, command line etc
[21:40] <Jusii> nameserver lines are the important ones
[21:41] <Kake_Fisk> ahh :)
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[22:57] <celesteh> Hi, I'm trying to use my raspberry Pi as an access point, but to send ALL web traffic to my own static IP address, so I can serve some pages on a little wifi lan. I was able to create a bridge for surfing the net, but have failed at the static IP and the redirection. Looking for help what to put in /etc/network/interfaces and /etc/dnsmasq.config, assuming those are the right things to be using?
[23:01] <SOS_> celesteh: For static IP add the following into the /etc/network/interfaces file replacing xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx with your IP addresses:
[23:02] <SOS_> celesteh: # The primary network interface
[23:02] <SOS_> auto eth0
[23:02] <SOS_> iface eth0 inet static
[23:02] <SOS_> address xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
[23:02] <SOS_> netmask 255.255.255.0
[23:02] <SOS_> gateway xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
[23:02] <SOS_> dns-nameservers xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
[23:02] <SOS_> dns-search <your-domain>
[23:02] <SOS_> dns-domain <your-domain>
[23:03] <Sonny_Jim> SOS_: Use pastebn
[23:03] <Sonny_Jim> *pastebin or similar
[23:03] <SOS_> Apologies
[23:03] <Sonny_Jim> Besides
[23:03] <Sonny_Jim> What celesteh wants is to set the gateway on his clients
[23:03] <SOS_> @celesteh: To do the forwarding I always use FWBuilder
[23:04] <Sonny_Jim> When you say "all web traffic" are you running the Pi as a WiFi AP?
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[23:15] <celesteh> Sonny_Jim: yes. I can log on to the network, but it's running a bridge right now, which is not what I want...
[23:16] <celesteh> SOS_ FWBuilder is a firewall program?
[23:16] <Sonny_Jim> That's not what I asked
[23:17] <Sonny_Jim> Is the Pi working as a wireless access point?
[23:17] <Sonny_Jim> Or is it connecting to an access point?
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[23:18] <SOS_> celesteh: It can do lots of clever stuff including redirection etc …
[23:18] <celesteh> It's running as an access point
[23:18] <Sonny_Jim> Right, so your clients are set to use you Pi as the gateway, correct?
[23:19] <celesteh> Clients can log onto the wifi network running from my Pi, which is what you mean, I think...
[23:20] <Sonny_Jim> And your plan is that when a user types in "www.somewebsite.com" it gets redirected to a single page?
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[23:20] <celesteh> Yes
[23:20] <Sonny_Jim> Or do you want to redirect all traffic, so any URL goes to that page?
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[23:21] <Sonny_Jim> In the first case, just put www.somewebsite.com $IP_ADDRESS_OF_PI in /etc/resolv.conf
[23:21] <Sonny_Jim> The second case you'll need to do a bit of iptables magic
[23:21] <celesteh> Because some of my clients are smart phones that get upset if they can't find google, I think it's best to grab all traffic
[23:22] <SOS_> celesteh: FWBuilder can do ll the IPTables magic for you… I am doing the same here
[23:22] <Sonny_Jim> iptables really isn't that hard and it's a useful skill to learn
[23:24] <celesteh> I was under the impression that I could get dnsmasq to do this? I'm trying to keep the CPU load as light as I can and fit onto a 4 gig SD card
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[23:25] <Sonny_Jim> So what exactly are you trying to do?
[23:26] <Sonny_Jim> Do you just want a simple DNS redirection (ie www.somewebsite.com goes to your Pi) or are you trying to redirect ALL web traffic so it goes to the webserver on your Pi?
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[23:29] <celesteh> Problem 1: Set a static IP address on the Pi. Problem 2: Give the Pi a name, like rpi.local. Problem 3: redirect all web traffic to the Pi's web server, which should theoretically work if I put address=/#/[IP] in the dnsmasq.conf file, but, alas, does not actually work.
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[23:31] <Sonny_Jim> Right, that's a simple iptables rule:
[23:31] <Sonny_Jim> iptables -t nat -A PREROUTING -s [source network] -p tcp --dport 80 -j DNAT --to-destination [address of pi]
[23:33] <celesteh> Alas, I don't know the address of my pi
[23:34] <Sonny_Jim> ....
[23:34] <Sonny_Jim> ifconfig
[23:34] <Sonny_Jim> You must have known the address to setup dnsmasq
[23:34] <Sonny_Jim> and the webserver
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[23:43] <BenGrimm> hello, i have a question about retropie
[23:43] <BenGrimm> have retropie running, but when i plug in my usb stick, it doesn't make the directories for roms
[23:43] <BenGrimm> if i put roms/n64 on stick, it won't transfer them into the n64 directory
[23:43] <celesteh> No, I've only managed to connect to the webserver on localhost. Also, I'm not sure if it has the same IP address on ethernet as it would have on its wifi network.
[23:44] <BenGrimm> any help getting my roms onto the retropie sd would be appreciated
[23:44] <BenGrimm> i have raspberry pi 2, other 3 usb slots are filled with usb dongle for kb/mouse, wifi dongle, and wired 360 controller
[23:44] <Sonny_Jim> celesteh: Then you haven't setup your web server properly
[23:45] <Sonny_Jim> You should have two IPs, one WAN (Your ethernet connection) and one LAN (Wifi connection)
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[23:45] <Sonny_Jim> It doesn't matter which you setup your webserver to use, as long as it's using one of them
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[23:46] <Sonny_Jim> In fact, you can probably get away with just using 127.0.0.1 as the Pi address in that iptables lien I gave you
[23:46] <Sonny_Jim> BenGrimm: Then copy them to the SD card
[23:47] <BenGrimm> the sd card only shows as 56mb in windows
[23:47] <BenGrimm> no idea how to copy them inside retropie on the pi itself
[23:48] <Ryccardo> one partition of the sd card shows as 56 MB -- fix'd :)
[23:48] <Sonny_Jim> BenGrimm: Then you'll have to learn how to use Linux to copy them
[23:48] <Ryccardo> or install an ext4 driver for windows (not that I like them, but...)
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[23:48] <Sonny_Jim> I've never had a good experience with them tbh
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[23:52] <celesteh> I'm going to come back to this when it's not 23:00 on saturday night. The address I see in ifconfig is not the one I put in /etc/interfaces...
[23:53] <Warbird> Is there a practical way to have a Pi act as a media streamer? Everything I find is having it act as a client instead of a server.
[23:54] <ozzzy> same way you'd make a desktop stream
[23:54] <Warbird> Install Plex?
[23:54] <ozzzy> give it a shot.... if there's a package for it it'll install
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[23:56] <Warbird> The plex site has Linux downloads, but I don't see any Raspian/Debian mention.
[23:56] <ozzzy> try rasplex
[23:56] <ozzzy> sudo apt-get install rasplex
[23:56] <ozzzy> or just plex
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[23:58] <ozzzy> http://www.rasplex.com/
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[23:59] <ShorTie> streamer, usb bandwidth might be a problem with that

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