#raspberrypi IRC Log

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IRC Log for 2015-04-04

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[0:52] <[Saint]> 'sup homies
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[0:53] <abnormal> anything that didn't fall
[0:53] <_pash> anyone used lirc before? im getting no output with irw :(
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[0:59] <tchiwam> What's the best distro to have any kind of opengl support, if at all possible ?
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[1:01] <Chillum> I don't think you can do much more with the GPU than render video
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[1:06] <shiftplusone> Chillum, eh?
[1:07] <shiftplusone> there's opengl es, dispmanx, mmal, openvg and all kinds of stuff to play with
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[1:07] <shiftplusone> as far as full opengl goes, it's still WIP.
[1:08] <tchiwam> So nothing really easy to play with X11 + open gl... Have to see what I can port to the Pi
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[1:09] <forest> _pash: I was just starting to play with lirc on OpenELEC last night, and I got as far as you: output from mode2 but not from irw. I don't know when I'll get time to investigate further, but if you'd like to send me an email address, I'd be happy to send you a note if I figure something out.
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[1:10] <_pash> sure man thanks! forest its pashashocky@gmail.com i seem to have captured my remote and switched the configs in lircd.conf, but no output...
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[1:12] <forest> _pash: No problem. I just copied your address into my openelec notes, so I'll see it next time I poke around with lirc.
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[1:35] <mijk> does the raspian image work with the first pi or is it just old news?
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[1:38] <methuzla> mijk current raspbian image works with all pis
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[1:42] <mijk> methuzla: fantastic, I found out the hard way that ubuntu spiffy or whatever it's called, doesn't work on the first pi
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[1:52] <teknic111> is there a distro out there that combines both kodi and retropie?
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[2:07] <shauno> retropie does in recent releases. if you sudo ~/RetroPie-Setup/retropie_setup.sh you should find kodi under "experimental packages"
[2:08] <shauno> but a heads-up, last time I tried it, it made no attempt to set kodi up for the controller, so have a keyboard handy
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[2:11] <teknic111> thanks
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[2:39] <googs> can some1 tell me what the CONFIG_PLATFORM_ARM 'type' might be for a wifi dongle makefile selection by chance plz ??
[2:40] <googs> sry, on a raspi2 B
[2:42] <googs> ANDROID_X86 platform ?
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[2:47] <googs> hmm continued reading seems i can add a new 1
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[3:00] <googs> bah, now whats CROSS_COMPILE path and KSRC path :/
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[4:06] <googs> pfft
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[4:19] <googs> hello
[4:20] <googs> 523 users and your all AFK ?
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[5:04] <googs> fk i feel sry for all the kids out there wanting to learn raspi :/
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[6:16] <googs> no1 ?
[6:17] <CoJaBo> ?
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[6:22] <googs> oh oh
[6:22] <googs> hiya
[6:22] <googs> do you have time to help a noob ??
[6:23] <dashed> googs: just ask the question. don't ask if you can ask.
[6:23] <googs> i will try explain .. yeah was bout to
[6:23] <googs> i bought a wifi dongle..
[6:24] <googs> im editing the make file to try add the Pi to it
[6:27] <googs> but dont know what the CROSS_COMPILE path needs to be, nor the KSRC path..
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[6:27] <googs> i assume the KSRC path is the path to Pi's kernel ?
[6:27] <googs> or is there more than 1 'kernel' ??
[6:27] <dashed> hmm
[6:28] <dashed> what are you trying to do?
[6:28] <dashed> getting wifi to work?
[6:28] <Froolap> which dongle, and which os?
[6:28] <googs> the driver doesnt have ARM CORTEX-A7, it has a lot of ARMxxxxx devices but not the cortex
[6:28] <googs> so im assuming i have to add an entry for it
[6:29] <googs> it is a U-LINK usb2 dongle 802.11N,
[6:29] <googs> with Realtek 8192EU chipset
[6:30] <googs> and ive just installed the NOOBS package, so Raspian i guess
[6:31] <dashed> most of the time you don't need to do anything and can just set the wifi credentials in /etc/network/interfaces
[6:31] <dashed> I think you've done that already
[6:32] <googs> when i run the network manager theres nothing listed ?
[6:33] <dashed> are you using GUI?
[6:33] <googs> yeah
[6:33] <dashed> ah...
[6:34] <dashed> I've only used the command line: http://raspberrypihq.com/how-to-add-wifi-to-the-raspberry-pi/
[6:34] <Froolap> I'm not able to find any reference to a u-link usv2 dongle....
[6:34] <googs> i just thoguht, the reason yous all use CLI is because the directories are so large and scrolling is a pain :/
[6:34] <dashed> nah... usually we're lazy to hook up a screen :)
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[6:34] <Froolap> no, cli gives more options/control
[6:34] <dashed> or that..
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[6:35] <googs> thanks dashed i hadnt come across that HQ site yet
[6:35] <dashed> would you be able to pop open the terminal
[6:35] <dashed> and type: lsusb
[6:36] <dashed> im assuming the dongle is usb
[6:39] <Froolap> that, and iwconfig should show you any wireless nic you may have (meaning driver is already loaded)
[6:39] <googs> yeah 2 secs
[6:39] <googs> http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/300Mbps-802-11N-G-B-Wireless-USB-WiFi-Adapter-Dongle-Antenna-Network-LAN-Card-/151569683729?_trksid=p2054897.l4275
[6:41] <googs> hmmm, device 6 is a Realtek device, whats the Pi nics chip ?
[6:41] <googs> iwconfig - no wireless connections
[6:41] <googs> sry extensions
[6:42] <googs> no wireless extensions
[6:42] <googs> the make file had PC-Linux set as the default, would that suffice ??
[6:43] <googs> i woulda thought that would be a different platform..
[6:43] <dashed> what make file?
[6:43] <googs> the make file that comes with the Driver src i got with the dongle
[6:45] <googs> which is what im editing trying to add an entry for the cortex-a7 as i only see a heap of other ARM devices that i cannot correlate to the cortex
[6:46] <dashed> sudo iwlist wlan0 scan
[6:46] <fthc> can I talk about something totally unrelated to raspberry?
[6:46] <dashed> this should list wifi connections
[6:47] <Froolap> sigh. I ran across a dongle like that, had a realtec chip (not the same one) Bottom line, The driver was written against a kernel about 2 years old, and would not compile against a current kernel, and the people writing the driver no longer maintained it. so.... out of luck.
[6:47] <cybr1d> most realtek chips are natively supported, should be able to just plug in and edit /etc/wpa_supplicant/wpa_supplicant.conf
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[6:47] <cybr1d> I used this orignally http://www.raspberrypi.org/
[6:47] <cybr1d> http://www.raspberrypi.org/documentation/configuration/wireless/wireless-cli.md
[6:47] <fthc> I live on a boat, and about 2 hours ago my cat fell in the water
[6:47] <dashed> fthc: o.O
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[6:48] <Froolap> did your cat catch any cat fish?
[6:48] <fthc> I was able to get him back
[6:48] <cybr1d> suicidal cat... sounds like a cool band name...
[6:49] <googs> cybr1d - as usual, it starts out assuming u already have a network :/
[6:49] <fthc> he couldnt move, was cold and screaming
[6:50] <fthc> and I'm happy to say 2min ago he walked to go hide under the couch
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[6:51] <googs> ok
[6:51] <googs> where do i find the kernel ?
[6:52] <Froolap> in pants
[6:53] <googs> no thats your brains..
[6:54] <methuzla> googs you generally should not need to worry about the kernel or compiling the driver
[6:55] <googs> i hate the word should...
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[6:55] <dashed> hmm
[6:55] <googs> so u think i should just make, with PC-Linux selected as the platform ?
[6:55] <dashed> googs: was there no output for this cmd? sudo iwlist wlan0 scan
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[6:56] <googs> sry didnt see that post :p
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[6:56] <dashed> np
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[6:57] <googs> wlan0 interface doesnt support scanning
[6:57] <GENSTAAR> hello
[6:57] <googs> how can it scan if its got no driver to operate the dongle to scan with ?
[6:58] <googs> if the driver was in there, shouldnt the device be listed in network manager ???
[6:58] <dashed> might be a driver issue then
[6:59] <methuzla> googs what does this return: uname -a
[6:59] <googs> i havent installed a driver yet...
[6:59] <googs> it returns the kernel version
[6:59] <dashed> im guessing wlan0 won't show anything for: ifconfig -a
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[7:00] <googs> it shows Interface doesnt support scanning
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[7:00] <methuzla> googs which is?
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[7:00] <dashed> probably wlan0
[7:01] <googs> 3.18.7-v7+
[7:01] <dashed> googs: what does lsusb output?
[7:01] <googs> 6 devices, #6 being Realtek
[7:01] <methuzla> googs and can you pastebin the output of dmesg?
[7:02] <dashed> err... i mean the output like this: "Bus 001 Device 004: ID 0bda:818b Realtek Semiconductor Corp."
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[7:02] <dashed> specifically the ID
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[7:03] <googs> methuzla - never used pastebin (yet), i will run dmesg, maybe i can get output to usb to here to get it there..
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[7:04] <googs> Bus 001 Device 004: ID 0bda:818b Realtek Semiconductor Corp.
[7:04] <googs> thats it, you guessed it
[7:04] <dashed> awesome
[7:04] <dashed> probably you need to compile the driver
[7:04] <dashed> i googled "8192eu raspberry pi"
[7:04] <dashed> and got some results
[7:05] <dashed> I probably can't help because I never had to compile a driver for wifi on linux before.
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[7:09] <dashed> googs: https://sites.google.com/site/easylinuxtipsproject/reserve-7#TOC-Realtek-RTL8192EU-chipset-0bda:818b-
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[7:15] <googs> hmmm thanks dashed, i think im gonna have to go find some Kernel source headers, and build the driver, like i thought..
[7:15] <googs> i was hoping to try understand this kernel stuff a bit more,
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[7:15] <googs> i played with linux like 10-15 years ago, but not enough to grasp it
[7:15] <dashed> that site seems to have a download for the driver
[7:16] <googs> yeah i know, but that dont help me learn whats goin on...
[7:16] <googs> it also says if i update the kernel ill end up losing the driver too :/
[7:16] <dashed> kernel is just the operating system
[7:16] <googs> which means i would have to rebuild the driver again down the track, dont wanna end up here again..
[7:17] <googs> yeah i sorta assume that, years ago tho, i struggled to understand the filesystem, but now it looks like it is all just a mass of files n folders, inside the 1 ext4 partition
[7:18] <googs> so am i right in thinking, i just gotta get used to where everything is ?
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[7:21] <googs> but that sites driver, is for PC-Linux ill bet, not for the ARM platform, so i think i will still be in the same boat.. need to make the entry for the ARM cortex in the make file i thinks...
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[7:33] <GENSTAAR> anyone saw this in person? - https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/pikasa-the-ultimate-housing-for-pi
[7:34] <dashed> o.O
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[8:31] <pseydtonne> man, it's so loud in here. Anyone need Raspi help?
[8:35] <knightwise> hey pseydtonne
[8:35] <knightwise> how are you this morning
[8:36] <pseydtonne> Decent, still adjusting to fatherhood. It's not yet midnight here.
[8:36] <knightwise> ah , you became a dad :) Kiss your geek-spare-time goodbye then :) how old is the little code-fork ?
[8:36] <pseydtonne> in two hours he'll be a week old.
[8:37] <pseydtonne> Yeah, this is the first day I could consider myself having spare time. He's finally eating effectively.
[8:37] <knightwise> Congratz
[8:38] <knightwise> I just got me a raspberry Pi2 yesterday
[8:38] <knightwise> need to pick up an SD card for it today so I can start installing it
[8:38] <pseydtonne> My poor wife has it a lot worse. She is the food source. I get to sleep through a sizeable portion of the night.
[8:38] <pseydtonne> Don't they use the SD micro cards?
[8:38] <knightwise> correct
[8:39] <pseydtonne> I wound up with a bunch of the partial-height adapters for my Pi B.
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[8:40] <pseydtonne> Would it be heretical to mention the advantage of the BeagleBone Black? It takes microSD cards but also has eMMC.
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[8:41] <pseydtonne> but yeah, get a 16 GB and have a ball. Any immediate plans?
[8:41] <knightwise> mostly a small home server to replace my current one
[8:42] <knightwise> connect to it via ssh , run some commmand line apps, run my calibre library and if it has the juice run bittorrent sync to do a remote offsite sync to my inlaws
[8:42] <pseydtonne> You back up your in-laws? That's kind of you.
[8:43] <knightwise> nono :) i keep my backups at my inlaws
[8:44] <pseydtonne> ah. One day they'll figure it out. "Awful lotta pr0n here... and kitties. Definitely my son-in-law."
[8:44] <knightwise> lol
[8:45] <knightwise> i encrypt them onsite
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[8:46] <pseydtonne> How are you sustaining the IP address from them?
[8:47] <knightwise> dont have to . i use bitorrent sync :)
[8:47] <pseydtonne> ah!
[8:48] <knightwise> brb. gottahelp the wife here with some diy
[8:48] <pseydtonne> So their side listens for your torrent. Brilliant!
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[8:49] <pseydtonne> heya, Boscop
[8:49] <Boscop> hi
[8:49] <pseydtonne> ANything interesting this evening?
[8:50] <Boscop> yeah, i've been up for 36 hours coding rust
[8:51] <pseydtonne> So it's true: Rust never sleeps.
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[11:07] <Bhaal> Grrr, really annoys me that the foundation cameras do not have the holes which are in line with the lens at the standard distance apart of 20mm like what is used for most CCTV camera boards...
[11:09] <Xark> Bhaal: Not surprising though. :)
[11:09] <Bhaal> Xark: How so?
[11:09] * ShorTie concures
[11:10] <Xark> Bhaal: That is unlikely to be a priority for the foundatation.
[11:11] <Bhaal> Xark: I am not expecting them to fix it, plenty of 3rd parties already have... But it would have been nice if they had of thought about doing that when they originally designed the board...
[11:11] <Xark> Bhaal: Most users won't care, I suspect.
[11:12] <Bhaal> Because it opens the Pi camera up to many more applications
[11:12] <Bhaal> Xark: It's off by 2mm ......
[11:12] <Bhaal> Xark: Why the opposition?
[11:13] <Xark> Bhaal: Not opposition, just don't think it matters much to RPi.
[11:13] <Bhaal> I'd rather buy foundation cameras as opposed to knock-offs... But for some applications I cannot :/
[11:13] <Xark> Bhaal: Then go ahead.
[11:13] * Bhaal rolls his eyes
[11:14] <Bhaal> Xark: I am just trying to say: It would have been nice for them to have thought about that during the initial design....... But right, I know, they didn't, it was far from their thoughts, fully aware of that...
[11:14] <Bhaal> *shrug*
[11:15] <Xark> Bhaal: I don't disagree, just I think that ship has sailed and they are unlikely to change now.
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[11:16] <Xark> Bhaal: Feel free to suggest it. :)
[11:16] * uTiNi is now known as uTiNioFF
[11:17] <Bhaal> Nah, not worth it now, as you said they are unlikely to change it based on the fact that 3rd parties are already producing the boards...
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[11:24] <Xark> Bhaal: Sounds like you need to market a simple, cheap adapter. :)
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[11:25] <Bhaal> Xark: Nah...
[11:25] <Bhaal> :)
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[12:11] <unicodesnowman> Do I need a voltage regulator when powering the Pi off 4x AA batteries?
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[12:12] <ShorTie> does it supply more then 5.2vdc ??
[12:14] <Triffid_Hunter> unicodesnowman: not just a regulator, you'll need a buck-boost for that
[12:14] <Triffid_Hunter> unicodesnowman: the rpi is very particular about it's power
[12:14] <unicodesnowman> oh
[12:14] <Triffid_Hunter> unicodesnowman: I suggest that it would be easier to use a 3S lipo (11.1v) and a buck (LM2596)
[12:15] * ShorTie was trying to get him to answer his own question
[12:15] <Encrypt> Triffid_Hunter, If I were you, I'd use one
[12:15] <Triffid_Hunter> Encrypt: one what?
[12:15] <Encrypt> unicodesnowman, *
[12:15] <Encrypt> Fail HL :p
[12:15] <Encrypt> (A voltage regulator)
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[12:41] <unicodesnowman> the DC toy / hobby motors are useless for driving any real load, right?
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[12:42] <unicodesnowman> I'm having a hard time finding 5V gearmotors that ships to australia in a reasonable period of time
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[12:43] <Xark> unicodesnowman: Is your load a piece of paper? :)
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[12:43] <_Trullo> just buy from aliexpress.com and do another project while you wait for a month :)
[12:43] <Xark> _Trullo: Better have three projects to rotate through in that case. :)
[12:44] <ShorTie> but then he would need a motor to turn himself
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[12:46] <Triffid_Hunter> unicodesnowman: if you want to drive a real load, get a couple of battery drills and salvage them.. they come with gearboxes :)
[12:47] <unicodesnowman> oh, cool :D
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[12:47] <Triffid_Hunter> unicodesnowman: or if that's not a real enough load, truck starter motor :P
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[12:53] <ShorTie> you get your power threw gear reduction
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[12:54] <ShorTie> normall you don't drive something directly off of a motor, main because of the speed of the motor
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[12:56] <ShorTie> just like the above examples, each 1 has some form of gear box to reduce motor speed and increase power/torque
[12:57] <Triffid_Hunter> ShorTie: can't increase power, only swap torque for speed with a reduction in power due to inefficiency
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[12:58] <ShorTie> leverage
[12:58] <Triffid_Hunter> ShorTie: power = torque * rotational speed
[12:58] <ShorTie> small motor gear turning big gear is leverage
[12:59] <Triffid_Hunter> ShorTie: yes. torque goes up, speed goes down, power theoretically remains the same but some is lost to noise and heat in the gears
[12:59] <Triffid_Hunter> just like a switchmode converter
[12:59] <Triffid_Hunter> if gearboxes increased power, we could just hook two motors together with a 2:1 in the middle and have a free energy device
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[13:20] <turtlehat> hellose gaise
[13:20] <turtlehat> i have set up wifi on my pi, and i can ping it fine, but i cant connect to ssh
[13:20] <turtlehat> what gives
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[13:20] <turtlehat> raspbian
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[13:22] <turtlehat> and i can see that right after i try connecting to ssh on the wlan0 interface, it stops responding to pings
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[13:24] <turtlehat> but if i then plug my ethernet cable, connect to the ethernet address, ifdown wlan0 && ifup wlan0, then i am able to connect to ssh on the wlan0 interface
[13:24] <turtlehat> what the fudge gives
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[15:36] <krule> hi, i just got a pi. i have the power supply on, hdmi and sd card in, but nothing is happening
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[15:36] <krule> theree's an orange light and green lgiht shining
[15:36] <krule> could anybody help me out please?
[15:36] <Bilby> I finally gave up on figuring out the ESP8266 issue I'm having and posted to the subreddit. Fingers crossed :/
[15:36] <Bilby> @ Krule hello. What lights are on?
[15:37] <Bilby> It should have a small label silkscreened on the board
[15:37] <krule> Bilby: an orange and green
[15:37] <krule> sec
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[15:40] <krule> Bilby:
[15:40] <krule> front: http://i.imgur.com/dtrTEOB.jpg
[15:40] <krule> back: http://i.imgur.com/P2ajgFU.jpg
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[15:42] <Bilby> the pwr light should be on, but act should only be on when the board is doing network stuff (afaik, i could be wrong, don't own a + or a 2)
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[15:48] <Bilby> krule, what SD card are you using? shipped NOOBS card?
[15:48] <bshah> hello people..
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[15:48] <bshah> is there any guide to directly connect raspberry pi using ethernet?
[15:48] <bshah> (without router)
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[15:49] <bshah> (Arch Linux on both host and rpi)
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[15:50] <plugwash> set up static IPs in the same subnet on both ends, plug in an ethernet cable
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[15:50] <Bilby> thatw as annoying
[15:50] <krule> Bilby: no
[15:50] <krule> samsung 32GB pro UHS-I
[15:50] <Bilby> bshah did you get help?
[15:50] <Bilby> okay, how did you write the image?
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[15:52] <krule> http://xecdesign.com/minimal-raspbian-server-xfce-editions/
[15:52] <krule> downloaded this
[15:52] <krule> and followed the intrusctions in the readme file
[15:52] <krule> guess i shouldnt have done that
[15:52] <krule> my computer wont even recognize my card anymore
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[15:53] <Bilby> krule what OS?
[15:53] <bshah> Bilby: plugwash: yeah; I have heard that but I am wondering if there is any guide to help me with that? I don't know much networking bits
[15:53] <krule> win7
[15:53] <krule> restarting computer, sec
[15:53] <krule> told me to format it iwth some program named SDFreader
[15:53] <krule> and then just extract all files into the card
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[15:54] <Bilby> that's might be okay
[15:54] <Bilby> *that
[15:54] <Bilby> okay, if you used the "with NOOBS" edition, it has an installer
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[15:57] <krule> sec, i formatted it
[15:58] <krule> going to grab the NOOBS edition from the raspbian site
[15:58] <Bilby> if you're using a standard image yuo need to use something like win32diskimager to write it
[15:58] <Bilby> noobs has something similar built in
[15:59] <shiftplusone> krule, err, check the dates on blogs.... that thing is ancient and should be taken down
[15:59] * shiftplusone goes to take it down.
[16:00] <krule> yeah, just a bit excited so i didn't really check
[16:00] <krule> im downloading noobs from the official site now Bilby
[16:00] <Bilby> It's a good place to start :)
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[16:01] <krule> http://www.raspberrypi.org/help/noobs-setup/
[16:02] <Bilby> if you're looking for a minimal server image krule I always suggest minibian. It's fairly small but a good base image and comes with SSH enabled by default, so it's easy for headless installs
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[16:02] <shiftplusone> aaand nuked.
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[16:02] <Bilby> shiftplusone is that your site?
[16:02] <shiftplusone> as far as minimal installs go, I vote raspbian-ua-netinst.
[16:03] <shiftplusone> Bilby, yeah, but it's pretty much abandoned... just serves as a reference, I guess.
[16:03] <Bilby> gotcha
[16:03] <shiftplusone> (aint's nobody got time for that)
[16:03] <Bilby> haha i know rihht
[16:03] <Bilby> I just nuked a blogger blog I had from 2010 that had maybe 10 posts on it. i was like okay this needs to go away
[16:03] <shiftplusone> heh
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[16:14] <krule> alright
[16:14] <krule> only red light on now
[16:14] <Bilby> that sounds more promising. any video?
[16:14] <krule> nope, hdmi is connected
[16:15] <krule> pressing keyboard makes green light blink
[16:16] <bshah> so I am following this guide http://codylittlewood.com/how-to-setup-raspberry-pi-via-ssh-with-arch-l/ and when I do ping -b <broadcast addr> I get no reply; what could be cause?
[16:17] <jjido> Do you use a wired connection ? Did you test it?
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[16:18] <bshah> If I am correct; that guide is for direct ethernet connection right?
[16:20] <bshah> jjido: ^
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[16:22] <jjido> Yes it should be ethernet
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[16:25] <jjido> Maybe it does not get on the correct subnet?
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[16:26] <bshah> how do I figure out?
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[16:28] <jjido> What did ifconfig return?
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[16:31] <krule> what the hell
[16:31] <krule> now it says that my sdcard has a capacity of 800mb
[16:31] <Bilby> whee partitions
[16:31] <Bilby> you have to run raspi-config and expand the FS (or do it manually)
[16:32] <krule> im still on windows 7 :p
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[16:32] <Bilby> same thing applies; the image is going to be sized for a small SD card so it works in more places
[16:33] <jjido> Sized for a CD?
[16:33] <Bilby> usually sized to fit on a 1 or 2GB SD card
[16:34] <Bilby> The image is usually only as large as the payload with a small amount of free space padding
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[16:39] <bshah> jjido: sorry; was afk http://ix.io/hja here is what ifconfig on laptop returns
[16:40] <ShorTie> for noobs you need a monitor/keyboard i do believe
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[16:45] <jjido> Did you use the broadcast address
[16:46] <krule> ALRIGHT
[16:46] <krule> alright
[16:46] <krule> it works, was just my monitor
[16:46] <krule> is there a list where i can list monitors that arent compatible?
[16:46] <bshah> jjido: yes..
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[16:47] <bshah> with -b option
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[17:00] <bshah> I have also tried static IP method without any success; though I think thats problem with linux install on laptop.. as I can do that successfully from win8
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[17:14] <heller\> anyone know would these work with raspberry pi http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/181566943161
[17:15] <heller\> with this lib http://think-bowl.com/raspberry-pi/i2c-python-library-lcd-with-the-raspberry-pi/
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[17:17] <Chillum> I have used similar things
[17:18] <heller\> i have two 16x2 with blue background but they are 5V
[17:19] <knightwise> anybody seen any cases for the raspberry pi 2. or lego plans ?
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[17:19] <heller\> it does not say what chip controls it
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[17:20] <Bilby> It looks like it's a parallell connection, not serial or i2c / spi
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[17:20] <Bilby> heller\, the datasheet says "KA0066 or Eqv"
[17:21] <Bilby> DB0 - DB7 are labeled "Data Bus"
[17:21] <Chillum> Normally those LCD displays have a second board with shift registers so you don't need so many pins
[17:21] <Chillum> if it is like the ones I have seen
[17:22] <clever> they also have a 4 bit mode, so you can cut out 4 pins, but it still needs a decent number
[17:22] <Bilby> Has anyone come across a project to measure mains voltage with a raspi?
[17:22] <Bilby> Chillum aha
[17:22] <heller\> wil these work with those lcds?
[17:22] <heller\> http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/281366957696
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[17:24] <heller\> Bilby: on which one?
[17:24] <heller\> im wondering, i found the same lcd that states its working with 5V
[17:25] <heller\> http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm//201200849803
[17:25] <heller\> if i'd knew both work with the i2c thingy, id order both
[17:26] <Bilby> I'm not familiar enough with driving those boards (it's on my long-term todo list) but shiftplusone or niston might have some familiarty
[17:28] <Bilby> Re: voltage - one thing I've considered is using a light sensor with a dimmable LED bulb
[17:28] <Bilby> you're not going to get a precise measurement but all i need is a decent undervolt measurement - say 90v as a threshhold
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[18:14] <allyourbase> w00t! Seems I found the right channel (I assume this channel is not about pie lovers?)
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[18:15] <allyourbase> I have just gotten the RasPi 2 B from my wife for birthday, and I'm totally blazed by this small, amazing machine :D
[18:15] <allyourbase> Just compiling VLC, which seems to work fine. Even though I wonder why I'm actually doing it, because omxplayer works pretty nicely via commandline
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[18:16] <shiftplusone> Yup, you're in the right place.
[18:16] <allyourbase> :)
[18:17] <allyourbase> I'm looking forward to a lot of learning and new input. I'm also curious how the RasPi community is, in general. Didn't have much of a look into the several communities, but from what I saw, they seem to be quite responsive and helpful.
[18:18] <allyourbase> Don't have any specific use for the box, yet. I'm just loving the GNU/Linux operating systems, and I liked the thought of having this in a small, noiseless box.
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[18:26] <shiftplusone> Have you joined the forum?
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[18:27] <shiftplusone> It's a lot more active than this channel, but this place isn't bad either.
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[18:29] <Bilby> allyourbase, we're all horrible people. sorry.
[18:29] <Bilby> ;-)
[18:29] <allyourbase> shiftplusone: nope, haven't joined the forum yet. I think I'll do so as soon as any questions arise, or when I have something productive (ideas, use cases etc etc, or some help for others) to share. IRC is just my first address, because I have a permanent screen session with irssi running on my server, and everytime I get a new device online, I'm checking for an appropriate IRC channel, first :)
[18:30] <allyourbase> Bilby: lol, I totally don't believe that ;)
[18:30] <shiftplusone> You haven't met us all yet >.>
[18:30] * Bilby installs Windows 3.1 on allyourbase's RasPi
[18:30] <allyourbase> :D
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[18:31] <allyourbase> Funny though that this was the very first operating system I got in contact with
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[18:31] <shiftplusone> paintbrush... solitaire... what more could you want.
[18:31] <allyourbase> ...and I hated it, heh
[18:31] <shiftplusone> minesweeper... can't forget that.
[18:32] <allyourbase> I went for... how was it called? TotalCommander? And played frogger.exe
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[18:32] <shiftplusone> (you can actually install 3.1 in dosbox but.... why would you)
[18:32] <shiftplusone> I think win95 can be installed too, but the drivers are iffy.
[18:32] <allyourbase> shiftplusone: just because it works is oftentimes reason enouugh for me
[18:33] <shiftplusone> Hell, there's a massive forum thread for people trying to run windows 98 and later on a pi in qemu
[18:33] <allyourbase> How often did my wife comment on my newest achievements with "I just don't see the benefit compared to doing it the usual way!"
[18:33] <shiftplusone> It's along the lines of "Yay, it only took the whole day to boot, now I can play <insert something they can't actually plan>.
[18:33] <allyourbase> Exactly :D
[18:33] <shiftplusone> *play
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[18:37] <allyourbase> Yesterday, I downloaded some video from a HD stream, to test RasPi's hardware video playback capabilities. While my wife was already starting to watch the video on YouTube, I was asked "...and what exactly is the benefit over just playing it back online, directly?". Besides being happy, I went short on explanations, but when the stream stopped and began refilling the buffer over and over again, I said "...THIS!" :D
[18:38] <shiftplusone> heh
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[18:41] <allyourbase> And now, my father-in-law just came in, saw the ./compile output from VLC on his tv screen and asked "wtf, is my tv broken??" - I see, the RasPi will bring me a lot of fun. Already does.
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[19:03] <Sonny_Jim> Anything that's not a GUI = "OMG HaxX0r!!!"
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[19:04] <Sonny_Jim> I mean, how am I supposed to read information if it's not presented in a cute little window?
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[19:08] <fluxtro> So I just bought a pi 2 and I believe I've set everything up. What does it mean if the green light burns for a few seconds and then goes off while th red one remains on?
[19:09] <ozzzy> you have a proper SD card in it?
[19:09] <fluxtro> yeah and it's marked as OK on the sd card list
[19:09] <fluxtro> there's something wrong, but I'd like to know what the green light burning for 3 seconds and then going off means
[19:09] <Bilby> what distro / how did you write the SD?
[19:10] <fluxtro> pidore with fedora-arm-installer
[19:10] <fluxtro> pidora*
[19:10] <pixelfilth> pidora doesn't support pi2
[19:10] <fluxtro> ah
[19:10] <fluxtro> there you go
[19:10] <fluxtro> thanks
[19:11] <Bilby> http://raspberrypi.stackexchange.com/a/24674 for LED indicators on the Pi 2
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[19:11] <fluxtro> thx pixelfith and Bilby
[19:11] <ahop> Can I use GPIO as a serial port?
[19:12] <Bilby> welcome fluxtro
[19:12] <pixelfilth> no problem
[19:12] <Bilby> ahop there is a UART TX and RX pair in the GPIO
[19:12] <ahop> https://learn.sparkfun.com/tutorials/using-the-serial-7-segment-display middle of the page : Example 1 : Serial UART
[19:12] <Bilby> just make sure it's LV-TTL (3.3v) and not 5v
[19:12] <ahop> Bilby can I connect these pins to this display that way?
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[19:15] <ahop> Bilby what do you mean by LV-TTL 3.3V ?
[19:15] <ahop> do you mean I should avoid certain pins on GPIO ?
[19:16] <shiftplusone> ahop, the voltage levels... make sure there are no pullups to 5v,
[19:16] <ahop> shiftplusone where? on the pi? or on the 7segment display?
[19:17] <shiftplusone> both/either (there won't be on the pi)
[19:18] <ahop> I'm reading the wikipedia article about pull up resistor
[19:18] <Bilby> ahop the raspberry pi is only 3.3 volts internally. Many UART serial devices are 5 volt - sending 5v to the 3.3v UART pins will likely destroy them or the Pi
[19:18] <ahop> ohhh ok
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[19:18] <ahop> But it's the contrary, I want to go Pi ==> 7segment Display
[19:18] <Bilby> From the guide: The S7S can be powered from a variety of voltage supplies. It can operate at anywhere from 3.0V to 5.5V.
[19:18] <ahop> so I won't send anything to GPIO, right?
[19:19] <Bilby> so if you power the display @ 3V you should be fine
[19:19] <ahop> ok
[19:19] <Bilby> I'd check the documentation, if there is no data that is ever returned from the display you may be able to just leave the Display -> Pi connection off and be "okay"
[19:19] <ahop> Bilby so I can use this : https://dlnmh9ip6v2uc.cloudfront.net/r/600-600/assets/7/5/e/0/6/51e86ba2ce395fe23b000002.png
[19:19] <ahop> but with 3.3V instead of 5V, right?
[19:20] <Bilby> most of the time 3.3v is enough to trigger logic high on a 5v system
[19:20] <ahop> and RX (display) ===> GPIO (TX) , right?
[19:20] <Bilby> Yeah, it looks like you can
[19:20] <Kemosabe> i just went and took a shit and i didn't even have to stop watching my show cause i just switched it to my phone, i see why you americans like this netflix
[19:20] <Bilby> I've not dealt with single-direction serial connections like that, but if the guide says that's what it wants you should be fine
[19:21] <ahop> ok
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[19:21] <ahop> Now how to send data to TX with RPi+Python
[19:21] <ahop> Do you use RPi.GPIO python?
[19:22] * ozzzy doesn't use python at all
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[19:23] <Chillum> ahop: the Pi has dedicated serial pins
[19:23] <Chillum> one of those is tx
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[19:27] <ahop> Chillum ok I think I'll use Tx to Rx of the 7segment display
[19:27] <ahop> but now, how to send the data with Python?
[19:27] <Chillum> pin diagram: http://www.element14.com/community/servlet/JiveServlet/previewBody/68203-102-6-294412/GPIO.png
[19:28] <ahop> Chillum so I'll use pin #8, right?
[19:28] <Chillum> googled: http://www.elinux.org/Serial_port_programming
[19:28] <Chillum> yes
[19:29] <ahop> ohh you would send data directly with serial port /dev/..., not with a module accessing GPIO
[19:29] <Chillum> most of these lcd screens have drivers
[19:30] <Chillum> instead of directly accessing them you use the drivers to run them
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[19:30] <Chillum> you can, but it will not be easy
[19:30] <ahop> Chillum I have no other choice, look : https://github.com/kigster/sparkfun7SD
[19:31] <Chillum> that is the driver
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[19:31] <Chillum> it handles the serial connection for you
[19:32] <Chillum> oh that is not python lol
[19:32] <ahop> yes lol
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[19:33] <Chillum> oh that is neat, the display has its own microprocessor
[19:34] <ahop> yes ;)
[19:34] <Bilby> that's becoming more popular, since it's fairly inexpensive and makes it much easier to support a huge variety of microprocessors and SBC
[19:35] <Chillum> https://github.com/kigster/sparkfun7SD/blob/master/Sparkfun7SD/Sparkfun7SD.cpp <-- this looks not too hard to port to python
[19:35] <Chillum> the serial interface appears simple enough
[19:35] <ozzzy> I buy displays that speak over I2C
[19:35] <Chillum> this one does I2C too
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[19:36] <Chillum> What I want is a relay board with a built in ESP8266
[19:36] <Chillum> for cheap
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[19:37] * Chillum wants a lua scriptable relay board with a wifi web server built in
[19:38] <Bilby> I'm using an ESP8266 to drive a relay board
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[19:38] <Bilby> though i still haven't found a way to fix the trigger-on-bootstrap issue :(
[19:39] <Chillum> that does sound annoying
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[19:40] <Chillum> are you using AT commands or lua scripting?
[19:40] <Bilby> details here: http://www.reddit.com/r/esp8266/comments/31f1b9/esp826601_codemcu_pins_are_being_pulled_highlow/
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[19:40] <Chillum> err I mean are you reflashing it
[19:40] <Chillum> or using lua
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[19:41] <Chillum> I am not 100% sure but I think you can reflash it with your own compiled code instead of using the lua interpreter. That would give you lower level control perhaps
[19:41] <Bilby> perhaps
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[19:42] <Chillum> If it is anything like programming the arduino it is not that hard
[19:42] <Chillum> there may be a danger of bricking(not sure how that works)
[19:43] <ahop> Chillum I'm gonna port this in Python
[19:43] <Chillum> it looks very doable, it is just using magic characters for non-message commands
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[19:43] <Bilby> I'm not really l33t enough to try that, so i'll probably just throw an arduino pro mini in the mix
[19:43] <Chillum> since it has an on-board microcontroller it seems to be doing all the work for you
[19:43] <Bilby> it'll give me more GPIO flexibility nayhow
[19:44] <Chillum> Bilby: that will work. Would be nice to get that wifi chip working as intended. You should file a bug report with them
[19:44] <ahop> what does write(...) do in https://github.com/kigster/sparkfun7SD/blob/master/Sparkfun7SD/Sparkfun7SD.cpp ?
[19:44] <ahop> where (on which output buffer?) does it write?
[19:44] <Chillum> it sends data to the serial port
[19:45] <Bilby> Chillum true. If i can't get an answer on a forum i might shout out to their twitter feed
[19:45] <Chillum> err I think
[19:45] <ahop> Chillum but where is that configured?
[19:46] <ahop> I don't see anywhere that write(...) is configured to write on serial port
[19:46] <Chillum> ahop: the write command is calling the write command in whatever wrapper is being used, in this case https://github.com/kigster/sparkfun7SD/blob/master/Sparkfun7SD-Serial/Sparkfun7SD_Serial.cpp
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[19:47] <Chillum> you will not need the two layer layout since you are doing only serial
[19:47] <ahop> hum ok
[19:47] <ahop> so I should only copy paste the specific values
[19:48] <ahop> and try to send them to Tx of the GPIO
[19:48] <ahop> and see if it works ;)
[19:48] <ahop> right?
[19:48] <Chillum> the values are the important parts yes
[19:48] <ahop> yes
[19:48] <ahop> but I can play with that
[19:48] <ahop> and try all theses values and see how the display will react ;)
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[19:50] <Chillum> Bilby: I want a wifi controlled camera control. It will watch a light sensor and a laser and when a falling drop of water interrupts it a timer will start for X ms and then take a picture
[19:50] <Chillum> to get images of water drops in mid splash
[19:50] <Chillum> with a nice wifi web interface for adjusting your timing
[19:51] <Chillum> I figure a relay board to control the camera and a ESP8266 to control everything and provide the web interface
[19:51] <Bilby> That should be pretty easy with an 8266. Get the 04 or 07 (iirc) revision so you get more than 2 GPIO
[19:52] <Chillum> I am lucky, it is okay if it takes a picture at startup
[19:52] <Bilby> You don't even really need a relay board, for that a standard mosfet transistor would probably be fine
[19:52] <Chillum> I don't want my camera hooked up to anything but a mechanical switch
[19:52] <Chillum> it is a very expensive camera
[19:53] <Bilby> optical separation
[19:53] <Bilby> how is the camera triggered?
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[19:53] <Chillum> like most camera triggers it has a common ground and a focus wire and a shutter wire
[19:53] <Chillum> one or both can be connected to ground to trigger the event
[19:54] <Chillum> it is just like half pressing and full pressing the shutter button
[19:54] <Bilby> gotcha
[19:54] <Chillum> very low latency
[19:54] <Bilby> my D-SLR doesn't have a physical connector for that, just the IR sensor
[19:54] <Bilby> so my solution was to hack up an IR remote. Double benefits, no electrical connection between the trigger and the camera
[19:55] <Chillum> I am wanting to make a no-soldering kit that photographers can buy off me with a pre-programmed ESP8266. I will have to consider an IR add-on for the kit
[19:55] <Bilby> You could use a solid-state relay with an optocoupler
[19:56] <Bilby> and using a second channel you could also trigger the flash on a varying delay
[19:57] <Chillum> photographers like click sounds
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[19:57] <Chillum> I do want to use flashes. The script would go: Turn on laser, detect interupption in laser, turn off laser, open shutter, wait X ms, fire flash, close shutter
[19:58] <Chillum> you do it with the lights off, a fast flash is faster than a shutter
[19:58] <Bilby> true, but it will add x ms of delay that is difficult to compensate for due to the natural variation in construction
[19:58] <Bilby> Yep
[19:58] <Bilby> when milliseconds count you really don't want an extra mechanical actuator in there
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[19:59] <Chillum> relays are pretty fast, falling water does not move that fast
[19:59] <Chillum> if I was measuring photons sure
[19:59] <Chillum> but I will find out through testing, if there is too much variance I will of course replace it
[20:00] <Chillum> those optical relays have a delay on them too
[20:00] <Chillum> it takes time for the resistance to drop
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[20:01] <Bilby> The ssr on this board --> http://www.sainsmart.com/sainsmart-2-channel-5v-solid-state-relay-module-board-omron-ssr-avr-dsp-arduino.html from the datasheet, the actuation time is 1/2 of load power source
[20:01] <Bilby> cycle + 1 ms max
[20:01] <Bilby> so probably only 1-2ms max
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[20:03] <Bilby> this similar mechanical relay board: http://www.sainsmart.com/sainsmart-2-channel-5v-relay-module-for-arduino-raspberry-pi.html
[20:03] <Bilby> Initial Operation Time 10msec Max.
[20:03] <Bilby> and due to the way mechanical relays work it may change over time
[20:03] <Bilby> just something to keep in mind, and worth testing
[20:06] <ahop> can I write something to serial port from command line
[20:06] <ahop> with bash?
[20:06] <ahop> echo ... > /dev/... ?
[20:07] <ahop> I want to write this : write((byte) 0); write(0x76);
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[20:09] <Chillum> It is okay if there is a delay as long as the delay is repeatable
[20:09] <Chillum> so that may be a good way to go
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[20:56] <niston> esp?
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[20:59] <Bilby> niston ESP8266
[21:00] <niston> that a sound chip ?
[21:01] <Bilby> wifi serial chip
[21:01] <niston> ah
[21:02] <Chillum> Bilby: do you know how many milliamps the gpios on the esp8266 can handle? I am looking at an 8 channel relay that pulls 90ma on 5v when all 8 are used
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[21:02] <Bilby> it's pretty nifty
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[21:02] <Bilby> Chillum not a clue but it seems pretty durable
[21:02] <niston> check the datasheet?
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[21:03] <niston> ah
[21:04] <niston> 12mA
[21:04] <niston> https://nurdspace.nl/ESP8266#Characteristics
[21:04] <Bilby> I figured out I can make a GPIO do double duty by switching it from flashing an LED to reading a switch, haha
[21:04] <niston> so probably use a transistor and a diode with that relay
[21:04] <Chillum> looks like 12ma per channel if I am reading it right
[21:04] <Chillum> sooo barely
[21:05] <Chillum> niston: yes, if need be
[21:05] <niston> heh the IO is tristate
[21:05] <Chillum> complexity is the enemy, I am trying to make a kit that does not require soldering
[21:05] <Chillum> tristate gpios allow for trinary communication
[21:06] <niston> or build a bus
[21:06] <niston> lol
[21:06] <niston> "polymerization" under "low level functions"
[21:06] <niston> wtf?
[21:07] <Bilby> dunno lol
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[21:08] <niston> err " Support MIMO 1x1"
[21:08] <Bilby> darn it, this thing would be ready to go if i could keep it from flipping it's GPIO pins when it starts
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[21:08] <niston> 1x1 MIMO isnt exactly MIMO, but well...
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[22:08] <ahop> Is there a GPIO pin 5V or 3.3V that I can set when I want (ie not on boot) ?
[22:09] <ahop> Reason : I'm using +3.3V / GND / TX pins ====> 7segment display... It works now
[22:09] <ahop> But on booting time, the display displays random things :(
[22:09] <ahop> Probably it receives random values on GPIO TX...
[22:10] <ahop> So I'd like to set the display ON only when my Python code comes... Is there a +3.3V that is default to OFF, and that I can power on with my code?
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[22:12] <Bilby> no but you could use a transistor and trigger it when you drive a pin high
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[22:15] <ahop> Bilby hum... I don't have any right now
[22:15] <ahop> Isn't there a way to prevent TX to send random values at RPi boot?
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[22:15] <Bilby> i dn't think so
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[22:16] <ahop> what does it send random values btw?
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[22:17] <Bilby> i'm struggling with something similar on a different board
[22:18] <ahop> oh really? what board?
[22:19] <Bilby> ESP8266
[22:19] <Bilby> right after it receives power it toggles gpio pins high and low
[22:19] <Bilby> afaik almost everyhing with a serial port ends up spewing a bit of garbage on post as power variables float up and down a bit
[22:20] <Bilby> arduino and esp both do it on their serial ports, if you look through a serial terminal
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[22:24] <ahop> strange
[22:24] <ahop> There should be a way to set serial port off during boot, and after halt
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[23:07] <Bilby> Version 2 of my code. Dropped the indicator LED in trade for a door detection switch, and yeah it's working pretty well
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[23:10] <Sonny_Jim> There is a way to stop the kernel from using TX at boot time
[23:11] <Sonny_Jim> It's in the wiki
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[23:29] <acspike[pi]> hello, everytime I visit pistore a bunch of terminals open for installing apps. is this expected behavior?
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[23:32] <Bilby> Huh... this entier time I've been able to let a pin float and have it pull low, now it doesn't want to blahhhhhhhhhhh
[23:32] <Bilby> acspike[pi] you're getting terminals opening when you're visiting a website?
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[23:32] <acspike[pi]> Bilby: no in the pistore application "My Library"
[23:33] <Bilby> ah, no idea, sorry
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[23:35] <acspike[pi]> Bibly: last time I wasted a day troubleshooting a floating pin on something, I evntually found that I was plugged into the wrong pin. :-(
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[23:36] <acspike[pi]> oops ^-- Bilby
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[23:39] <Bilby> hah, ouch
[23:39] <Bilby> acspike[pi] this just adds some complexity, now I need a pull-down resistor or something
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[23:55] <Bilby> yay, one 2.2k pulldown resistor later and i'm good to go

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