#raspberrypi IRC Log

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IRC Log for 2015-04-05

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[0:35] <ahop> Can I set a GPIO pin as second serial TX ?
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[0:35] <Bilby> ahop You should be able to do at least software serial
[0:36] <ahop> can I use a general purpose pin as a TX ?
[0:37] <Bilby> looks like you can also use an SPI to uart chip in there
[0:38] <Bilby> it looks like softserial isn't very easy due to kerneled OS etc
[0:38] <ahop> hum ok
[0:39] <Bilby> why can't you use the hardware serial pins?
[0:39] <ahop> the TX?
[0:40] <ahop> pin #8 ?
[0:40] <Kemosabe> y'all seen the pi top?
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[0:41] <Froolap> ????
[0:41] <Bilby> laptop thing? that's like the third one i've seen that's hit some sort of production. it's just not that exciting to me i guess lol
[0:41] <Kemosabe> http://www.reddit.com/r/DIY/comments/31ff3w/hi_rdiy_my_friend_and_i_took_an_idea_and_the_6000/
[0:42] <Froolap> wouldn't that plug the heat vents.... putting something on top of the pi?
[0:42] <Bilby> like... if i'm going to need a laptop i need a laptop, and you can pick up a used one for very little
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[0:43] <Kemosabe> yeah but its not a bad idea as something to give to kids or to have on the go
[0:43] <Kemosabe> i imagine it'd have a fairly long battery life
[0:43] <Kemosabe> i mean i wouldn't want a full scale one
[0:43] <Kemosabe> but like an eee-pc sized one
[0:43] <Kemosabe> sure there are chromebooks
[0:43] <Kemosabe> but those start at like $400
[0:43] <Kemosabe> vs $20 use of a 3d printer and a pi
[0:44] <Kemosabe> and a battery
[0:44] <Kemosabe> and those screens are like $20
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[0:45] <Froolap> My wrist watch has a larger screen.
[0:45] <Kemosabe> nigga that aint a wrist watch then, its a goddamn shield
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[1:48] <fred1807> who is using transmission torrent client with a 32gb sd card? I need to know how a B+ performs in terms of cpu and memory. For my project I would delete and reload a torrent of 25gb almost everyday.
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[1:49] <fred1807> is that too much hash calc for the pi to handle while at the same time playing music?
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[1:54] <CoJaBo> fred1807: If the priorities are set right, it'd be fine just slow.
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[2:45] <fred1807> CoJaBo: How slow? how many minutes to load a torrent file with 25 of mp3 files? (considering 10gb of files should be already present at the download folder (torrent should check them)
[2:46] <fred1807> *25GB of mp3 files
[2:46] <CoJaBo> dunno, it should say. Probably ages.
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[2:52] <fred1807> ages is no good
[2:53] <fred1807> ages like 15 minutes?
[2:53] <fred1807> not counting download time, just load time at torrent client
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[3:01] <ozzzy> you should try it and report back
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[4:28] <anunnaki> fred1807: what do you mean reload a torrent?
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[4:29] <anunnaki> fred1807: i use b+ and download torrents everyday with it.. im still learning how torrents and all that work.. like what hash checks are and trackers..
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[4:30] <anunnaki> so youll have to excuse the dumb question since its probably something everyone knows but me :)
[4:32] <anunnaki> fred1807: ive downloaded 25+gb torrents on it. so let me know what you need and maybe i can help you
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[4:33] <Triffid_Hunter> heh I haven't used a tracker in years, all my torrents come via DHT, I have a shell script that takes an infohash and feeds a magnet link into Transmission's RPC
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[4:36] <anunnaki> Triffid_Hunter: im just learning now about torrents.. never really used them till last year.. so i dont even know what an infohash is.
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[4:37] <anunnaki> i use rtorrent which i just right click copy the magnet links url and paste it into rtorrent.. theres a way to set rss to check for whateer and download automatically but i havent got around to setting that up yet
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[4:39] <Triffid_Hunter> anunnaki: infohash is the 160-bit key that uniquely identifies a specific torrent so that various clients can exchange data about it
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[4:39] <Triffid_Hunter> I made a full web interface for rtorrent a while back, but then moved on to transmission which already had a better one
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[4:52] <anunnaki> Triffid_Hunter: yeah i had issues with rtorrent's utorrent webui.. it just wouldnt load for me.. had to use transmission but that too had issues.. wouldnt let me log in.
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[4:53] <anunnaki> so now im using a distro without kodi.. which im trying to figure out how to get kodi on it to try again
[4:53] <Triffid_Hunter> what's kodi?
[4:54] <anunnaki> Triffid_Hunter: a media-player and entertainment hub
[4:54] <anunnaki> its xbmc
[4:54] <anunnaki> just the new name for it
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[4:55] <anunnaki> utilizes addons for everything.. not like a full blown DE..but its a nice GUI for a media server.. really nice
[4:56] <anunnaki> Triffid_Hunter: so what do you do do with this infohash ? you make a magnet links from it?
[4:57] <Triffid_Hunter> anunnaki: yep, http://triffid-hunter.no-ip.info/magnet
[4:57] <Triffid_Hunter> anunnaki: then transmission hops on the DHT network and asks other peers for the actual torrent file itself so it can see what it's called and what the files are and suchforth
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[5:28] <anunnaki> where do you get the hash from? this is easier for you then just using manet links off of say kickass.to
[5:28] <Havenstance> think it'd be feasible to program a Pi to control a toaster?
[5:28] <anunnaki> get a relay.. maybe a thermal sensor..
[5:29] <Triffid_Hunter> anunnaki: torrentz.eu or similar typically, it's in the URL
[5:29] <Triffid_Hunter> Havenstance: sure, use an SSR.. that task is probably better documented with arduinos though
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[5:59] <googs> hello again
[6:00] <anunnaki> Triffid_Hunter: oh because i came across a thread where someone mentinoed utilized hashes to get torrents but didnt go into detail so had no idea what they were talking about it
[6:00] <Triffid_Hunter> anunnaki: all I do is feed the infohash to that script, and transmission does the rest. I think I ditched rtorrent because it couldn't do magnet links at the time
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[6:01] <anunnaki> Triffid_Hunter: seems like my rtorrent doesnt connect to many trackers.. like 2 every time. and DHT being one of them usually.
[6:01] <Triffid_Hunter> anunnaki: if you feed it a regular torrent file, there's a list of trackers in it
[6:01] <unitypunk> If I get one of them 3'5inch touch screens, will my hdmi out still work fine?
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[6:02] <anunnaki> i still need to read more about DHT..id like to learn more about p2p in general.. applications not just for bittorrent
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[6:03] <unitypunk> Can it just clone to both screens?
[6:03] <anunnaki> unitypunk: like have it display on the tft screen and run a hdmi to a monitor at the same time?
[6:03] <anunnaki> oh
[6:04] <unitypunk> Yessir
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[6:05] <anunnaki> not sure about that.thats a good question
[6:05] <unitypunk> Or at least default to hdmi and fallback to tft
[6:05] <googs> is there a prebuilt\linux-x86\toolchain\arm-eabi-4.4.3 or newer i am able to obtain, for building a wifi driver ?
[6:06] <unitypunk> The latter should be possible 100% right
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[6:08] <googs> it looks like people compile raspi drivers on pc, for speed reasons i think; but am i wrong trying to do it on the Pi ?
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[6:09] <googs> should i be setting up a nix VM and doing it ?
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[6:10] <unitypunk> Sooo.. Sorry..
[6:10] <unitypunk> Switching from try to hdmi should be automatic right?
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[6:11] <unitypunk> Tft to hdmi
[6:11] <unitypunk> In rasbian atleast
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[6:37] <unitypunk> Anyone have experience with dual monitors, tft and hdmi or analog
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[8:57] <unitypunk> Anyone using tft and hdmi, can you dual screen? Or just one output at a time?
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[9:01] <ShorTie> how you gonna hook up the 2nd screen ??
[9:02] <ShorTie> oh boy, freenote finally fixed the time, lol.
[9:02] <unitypunk> Tft hooks up on the go in doesn't it? The little 3.5 inch ones
[9:02] <unitypunk> Gpio
[9:03] <unitypunk> Or am I mistaken
[9:06] <ShorTie> guess it depends on the screen, but your cornfusing me by talking hdmi 1st and gpio now .. :/~
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[9:53] <baldrick> anyone get xtables compiled for a pi kernel
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[10:35] <AutoStatic> baldrick: do you have access to another Linux machine?
[10:35] <AutoStatic> An option could be to crosscompile the needed module(s)
[10:35] <AutoStatic> And then transfer them to your RPi
[10:35] <baldrick> i do
[10:36] <baldrick> ubuntu and debian
[10:37] <baldrick> i get to autoconf and then when I go to configure I get errors on not able to find install.sh etc
[10:39] <AutoStatic> Hmm, I see, compiling xtables needs some more magic
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[10:39] <AutoStatic> So crosscompiling would be a bit too much of a hassle
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[10:41] <AutoStatic> baldrick: do you really want to use Raspbian?
[10:42] <baldrick> i'm flexible on OS as long as it runs on Pi
[10:42] <baldrick> i just do not want to go down a path akin to LFS
[10:42] <baldrick> Linux from scratch
[10:42] <AutoStatic> If you use plain Debian Jessie you get GCC 4.9.2
[10:43] <AutoStatic> But anyhow, that won't solve your current issue
[10:43] <baldrick> i have the correct gcc to compile
[10:43] <baldrick> 4.8.3
[10:43] <AutoStatic> Ah ok
[10:43] <baldrick> i get locale errors
[10:43] <AutoStatic> And you're in the right directory?
[10:43] <baldrick> yes xtables
[10:43] <AutoStatic> Could you patebin the output of autoconf?
[10:43] <AutoStatic> pastebin
[10:44] <baldrick> only reaons I wanted to go xtable sis to do geoip at iptables and not as a script to SSH
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[10:44] <AutoStatic> Ah
[10:44] <AutoStatic> I understand
[10:44] <baldrick> no output from autoconf
[10:44] <AutoStatic> PAM could be an option too then
[10:45] <AutoStatic> :(
[10:45] <baldrick> when i do ./configure i get cannot find install-sh
[10:45] <baldrick> and I am in xtables directoyr
[10:46] <baldrick> appreciate the help
[10:46] <AutoStatic> Could you pastebin the output of ./configure?
[10:46] <AutoStatic> Is install.sh executable?
[10:46] <baldrick> I may just go look for an os that installs on pi that has xtables compiled in kernel
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[10:47] <baldrick> ive given up for now and just decided to do geoip at the dameon
[10:47] <baldrick> daemon
[10:47] <baldrick> its a dmz box
[10:48] <baldrick> only ssh to it
[10:48] <baldrick> extenal from specific geos
[10:48] <baldrick> nothing senstivie on it
[10:48] <baldrick> just dont want it compromised as a luacnhing point
[10:48] <AutoStatic> I can imagine ;)
[10:50] <AutoStatic> But if you use a strong password or pubkey authentication it shouldn't get hacked
[10:51] <clever> PasswordAuthentication no
[10:51] <clever> add this to /etc/ssh/sshd_config and it will never accept a password
[10:51] <clever> so even with a crappy pw, it cant be brute-forced
[10:51] <clever> the only way in is with a key pair
[10:51] <AutoStatic> True that ;)
[10:52] <clever> i do that for most systems that are facing the internet
[10:53] <baldrick> im trying to get myself organized to start doing key pairs on things
[10:53] <baldrick> device-to-device plus user
[10:53] <baldrick> looknig at having another pi be my cert server and inernal ca
[10:53] <baldrick> thanks fo the advice
[10:54] <baldrick> getting sleepy here
[10:54] <baldrick> catchyall soon
[10:54] <AutoStatic> :)
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[10:54] <AutoStatic> Sleep well
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[11:08] <DoctorD90> happy easter community :)
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[11:38] <ahop> Hi! I have this https://cdn.sparkfun.com//assets/parts/8/5/7/8/12035-01.jpg
[11:38] <ahop> on which I will connect a 5V charger
[11:38] <ahop> how to wire this socket to Pi?
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[11:47] <CoJaBo> ahop: ..why?
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[12:05] <ahop> CoJaBo: http://raspberrypi.stackexchange.com/questions/29360/power-the-pi-that-way-is-it-correct/29361#29361
[12:06] <CoJaBo> ahop: Why not use a panel-mount cable/extension? Seems like it'd be easier..
[12:06] <ahop> CoJaBo what kind?
[12:06] <ahop> I did extensive search, but I'm not sure what you mean
[12:07] <CoJaBo> plenty seems to come up googling "panel-mount micro usb"
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[12:11] <ahop> I don't want to use panel mount,
[12:11] <ahop> I have a PCB I/O board with all the sockets at the rear of my device
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[12:12] <ahop> Something else: possible to have different baud rates for TX and RX ?
[12:12] <ahop> I would like TX to some device and RX from another )
[12:12] <ahop> ;)
[12:13] <clever> ahop: one method, there are 2 serial ports on the pi
[12:14] <clever> and you can use the built in mux to select which one goes to which pin
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[12:14] <clever> so gpio14 could be the 1st serial ports tx, and gpio15 would be the 2nd serial ports rx
[12:14] <clever> then they would function as seperate ports, because they are seperate ports
[12:15] <ahop> two serial ports?
[12:15] <clever> yes
[12:16] <ahop> currently i'm using GPIO14 (pin #8 TXd) with ttyAMA0
[12:16] <ahop> with things like:
[12:16] <clever> using the alt function codes, you can change GPIO15 to be part of ttyAMA1
[12:16] <ahop> import serial, time //// port = serial.Serial("/dev/ttyAMA0", baudrate=9600, timeout=2.0) ///// port.write('\x76')
[12:16] <clever> and then open that at a different speed
[12:17] <ahop> which alt function codes?
[12:17] <clever> http://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/viewtopic.php?f=98&t=80472
[12:17] <clever> http://elinux.org/RPi_BCM2835_GPIOs
[12:18] <clever> ttyAMA0 uses TXD0 and RXD0, ttyAMA1 uses TXD1 and RXD1
[12:18] <clever> so alt0 on 14&15 gives you ttyAMA0, and alt5 gives you ttyAMA1
[12:18] <ahop> do you think it's possible to have TX @9600 baud ttyAMA0
[12:18] <ahop> and
[12:19] <ahop> RX @31500 baud (weird rate => MIDI)
[12:19] <ahop> TX connects to a 7segment display
[12:19] <clever> in theory, it should work perfectly fine
[12:19] <ahop> and RX gets midi in from MIDI cable
[12:19] <clever> the gpio util on the command like lets you set the alt function for each pin
[12:19] <clever> and also lists the current alt function
[12:20] <clever> you would just leave gpio14 on the default, and change gpio15 to alt5
[12:20] <clever> and enable ttyAMA1 in the kernel
[12:20] <clever> then ttyAMA1 is read-only for midi, and ttyAMA0 is write-only for the display
[12:21] <ahop> ok
[12:21] <ahop> 31500 baud needs overclocking of the UART:
[12:21] <ahop> http://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/viewtopic.php?p=195046#p195046
[12:21] <ahop> if I overclock the serial, it will be overclocked for both TX and RX ?
[12:21] <clever> yeah
[12:21] <ahop> if I add to config.txt : init_uart_clock=2441406
[12:21] <ahop> (3MHz x 31250 / 38400)
[12:21] <clever> so youll have to divide the clock setting in python down to get the desired rate
[12:22] <ahop> loll it's going to be tricky all these things but still fun :)
[12:22] <clever> if you have a scope, it will be trivial to get the clock rate dialed in
[12:22] <clever> since you can measure the actual baud rate
[12:23] <ahop> clever can u give me your email in pvt (in case something goes wrong, maybe you'll have magic idea to solve a 10hours stuck problem) ?
[12:23] <ahop> it's for an opensource project http://www.samplerbox.org
[12:23] <clever> just ask in here if you get stuck, i'll probly still be around
[12:24] <ahop> do you know about MIDI
[12:24] <clever> some
[12:24] <ahop> is it normal standard RX / TX ?
[12:24] <clever> havent looked at the bit rates yet
[12:25] <ahop> it's non standard 31500 bitrate
[12:26] <Xark> Actually, I believe 31250 bps
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[12:32] <ahop> Xark yes
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[14:57] <fred1807> On a headless raspberry server I plan to use the watch folder (and leave .torrent files there). This watch folder will be in sync with my computer. Can I use a script on the raspberry to remove a torrent from transmission If the original .torrent file is removed from the watch folder?
[15:01] <Bilby> fred1807 the most common configuration of a watch folder includes removing the .torrent file once the torrent is loaded. What solution are you trying to achieve with your configuration?
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[15:16] <fred1807> Bilby: I can manage the torrent client, deciding what torrent are on, and what torrent are removed, by leaving or deleting the .torrent files from a shared folder, in sync with any tool like dropbox
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[15:28] <Bilby> fred1807 aha. Yeah that should be doable
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[16:39] <ahop> Is there a way to connect USB stuff to the Pi without using the USB sockets?
[16:39] <ahop> i.e. are the USB sockets of the PI available through pins header? like GPIO?
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[16:43] <Chillum> I don't think so
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[16:43] <Chillum> that would be nice for in-case devices though
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[16:46] <clever> ahop: either solder to the bottom of the board where the usb socket pins go thru, or completely remove the usb sockets
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[16:58] <ahop> clever: I thought about this but I wanted to find a solution without removing/soldering directly on the Pi
[16:59] <ahop> clever: I'll have no octocoupler today... This is now on TODO list for next days
[16:59] <ahop> Somebody told it should be possible to open RX with a baud setting and TX with another
[16:59] <ahop> do you think so as well?
[17:00] <Chillum> not sure how with the hardware serial
[17:00] <Chillum> something like an arduino might be able to do it in software serial
[17:01] <Chillum> I may be wrong though
[17:01] <clever> you could use an arduino to convert the baud rate and also drive the 7-segment display
[17:01] <ahop> the 7segment already has an ATmega or something
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[17:01] <clever> if you can reprogram that, you could put a software serial on it for midi
[17:02] <clever> and then have it re-transmit the midi data at the same baud rate as the display data
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[17:02] <ahop> it's this 7segment : https://learn.sparkfun.com/tutorials/using-the-serial-7-segment-display
[17:02] <ahop> btw Atmega = Arduino or != ?
[17:02] <Chillum> same thing under the hood
[17:02] <clever> just an atmega
[17:02] <Chillum> with wires
[17:03] <ahop> (i m in a park, battery will be empty soon
[17:03] <ahop> if I quit without saying thanks or see you, it's not because I'm unpolite but cause battery ;)
[17:03] <ahop> Do you think I could make this thing : https://dlnmh9ip6v2uc.cloudfront.net/assets/2/b/4/f/c/51e9760fce395f4d7b000000.png
[17:04] <ahop> both handles the display and accept the MIDI In?
[17:04] <clever> yeah
[17:04] <clever> just need to adjust the software in it
[17:04] <ahop> hum... interesting
[17:04] <ahop> but then another 10 days of learning curve
[17:05] <ahop> It would probably be better if I could MIDI In -> GPIO RX
[17:05] <ahop> and GPIO TX -> 7seg display
[17:05] <clever> oh, you could also reprogram the 7seg to run at midi baud rates
[17:05] <clever> then just set the pi to midi rates and leave it there
[17:05] <clever> thats much simpler
[17:06] <ahop> oh ye
[17:06] <ahop> oh yes
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[17:06] <ahop> 7seg => 31500 and that's all ? like MIDI
[17:06] <ahop> like this?
[17:06] <clever> oh
[17:06] <clever> that 7seg also supports i2c
[17:06] <ahop> yeah
[17:07] <ahop> Is it simple to use i2c with Python?
[17:07] <clever> connect it to the SDA+SCL pins on the pi, and you can ignore the serial tx entirely
[17:07] <clever> so the serial port is free to do anything
[17:07] <ahop> so I could let the serial free for MIDI?
[17:07] <clever> yeah
[17:07] <ahop> cool :)
[17:07] <clever> http://www.instructables.com/id/Raspberry-Pi-I2C-Python/
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[17:07] <clever> i2c has to be enabled in rpi-config now
[17:08] <ahop> I have Arch and not raspi-config
[17:08] <ahop> where should it be with arch?
[17:08] <clever> then youll have to manualy edit config.txt to enable i2c
[17:08] <clever> its in one of the device tree links i gave you before
[17:08] <ahop> ok
[17:09] <ahop> shoudl I use the same resistor value if I use 3.3V ?
[17:09] <ahop> http://www.midi.org/images/midihw.gif
[17:09] <ahop> for midi in?
[17:09] <ahop> (I will buy the electronics components now)
[17:10] <clever> the 220ohm should remain the same, thats on the 5v side
[17:10] <clever> the 280ohm one, it should be fine to leave alone as well
[17:11] <ahop> to leave alone what do you mean?
[17:11] <clever> no need to change it
[17:11] <clever> leave it at 280ohms
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[17:11] <ahop> ok
[17:12] <ahop> what do you think about this opto : http://www.ebay.fr/itm/6N138-Opto-/400687652123?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_3&hash=item5d4ad85d1b
[17:12] <clever> none of the data is in english
[17:12] <ahop> oh btw do you know a cheap service that does PCB but also SMD soldering
[17:13] <ahop> I know seeeeds in china who makes cheap PCB (10$)
[17:13] <clever> nope
[17:13] <ahop> but are there some who also solders SMD parts?
[17:14] <ahop> no one makes this?
[17:14] <ahop> (for unexpensive projects?)
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[17:14] <ahop> so all SMD things have to be manually soldered ? (nightmare!)
[17:16] <ahop> battery empty... see you later
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[17:23] <Chillum> I hear that SMD can be done with a paste and a toaster oven
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[17:27] <TheLostAdmin> Chillum: I've heard the same thing and talked to a few people who say they have done it but I've never tried. On caveat: once you use a toaster oven to solder, you can't use it to make toast anymore.
[17:27] <TheLostAdmin> s/On/One/
[17:27] <Chillum> good dvice
[17:27] <Chillum> advice
[17:27] <Chillum> put a big skull/crossbones on it
[17:27] <Chillum> "yay, pirate toast!"
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[17:50] <Kitsutypy> Guhh, my RasPi can't recognize my hdd..
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[17:52] <Kitsutypy> The HDD is powered correctly with two usb cables
[17:52] <Kitsutypy> so.. I am so frustrated
[17:53] <knightwise> Kitsutypy: is the hd spinning up ?
[17:53] <Kitsutypy> yeah, all the lights are blinking
[17:53] <knightwise> have you powered your pi with a good adapter (not one for a phone , a decent one , )
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[17:53] <knightwise> hmm..
[17:53] <knightwise> what os are you running ?
[17:53] <Kitsutypy> Yeah I am, and I am using raspbian
[17:53] <Kitsutypy> can it be a problem?
[17:54] <shiftplusone> Kitsutypy, pastebin the output of dmesg
[17:55] <shiftplusone> and which pi is it?
[17:55] <Kitsutypy> The newest one
[17:55] <Kitsutypy> and I have problems with the internet too, I don't have ethernet and I have to tether my connection via mobile, but I'll try
[17:55] <shiftplusone> have you enabled the extra current hack option in config.txt?
[17:55] <knightwise> hmm.. should not be a problem. have you formatted your hd ?
[17:56] <Kitsutypy> not in the past few months
[17:56] <shiftplusone> max_usb_current=1
[17:57] <Kitsutypy> should I use ntfs or exfat?
[17:57] <Kitsutypy> those are the only options
[17:57] <knightwise> i would recommend fat 32
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[17:57] <Kitsutypy> yeah.. not gonna happen :D
[17:57] <Kitsutypy> Computer doesn't allow that
[17:57] <knightwise> try installing gparted and see if gparted sees your drive
[17:58] <diegoaguilar> Hello, I when I want to do cross compiling using from a linux x64 for Raspberry Pi
[17:58] <diegoaguilar> what should I do? any dependencies, setup requirements, arguments ..
[17:58] <diegoaguilar> ?
[17:58] <shiftplusone> yes... all of those things.
[17:58] <shiftplusone> It's all very package-specific.... depend on what you're compiling.
[17:59] <diegoaguilar> in my case is opencv (which at the same time got a lot of requirements, well I won't be using whole opencv stuff though)
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[18:04] <Kitsutypy> knightwise: is there any faster way to do it? :D looks like installing gparted takes 40 minutes
[18:05] <Kitsutypy> ..to my raspberry
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[18:05] <diegoaguilar> buy a Raspberry Pi 2 Kitsutypy :P
[18:05] <diegoaguilar> joking :/
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[18:05] <fred1807> I am setting a network of raspberrys for a media project (around 100 units spread across the city). Is it possivle to setup some type of central server that all the raspberrys points to, so I can ssh any of then In case I need to operate terminal commands. Most important: Port fowarf and upnp may not be cobfigurable at radpberrys side
[18:05] <Kitsutypy> diegoaguilar: I have that
[18:05] <methuzla> Kitsutypy pastebin dmesg
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[18:06] <knightwise> Kitsutypy: what methuzla says
[18:06] <Kitsutypy> methuzla: there comes like.. million lines
[18:06] <Kitsutypy> it doesn't even allow me to read all the lines :D
[18:06] <diegoaguilar> and it takes 40 minutes:O
[18:07] <Kitsutypy> diegoaguilar: I am downloading it with my mobile connection
[18:07] <Kitsutypy> Because FUCK THE EASTER
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[18:07] <Kitsutypy> Can't get an ethernet cable or wifi dongle
[18:07] <Kitsutypy> Or a bigger mem card
[18:07] <Kitsutypy> Every place is closed >.>
[18:10] <Kitsutypy> http://pastebin.com/rRexJima
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[18:15] <Kitsutypy> shiftplusone knightwise methuzla there you go
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[18:16] <diegoaguilar> where do you live Kitsutypy
[18:16] <diegoaguilar> ?
[18:16] <diegoaguilar> Im curious
[18:16] <Kitsutypy> diegoaguilar: In Finland
[18:16] <Kitsutypy> SUOMI FINLAND PERKELE
[18:16] <Kitsutypy> I am seriously eating Mämmi right now :D
[18:17] <diegoaguilar> uhh that's cold
[18:17] <methuzla> Kitsutypy power issue? looks like the USB bus is getting totally wrapped around the axle
[18:17] <diegoaguilar> and its closed becauseof easter
[18:17] <diegoaguilar> its sunday
[18:17] <diegoaguilar> weather?
[18:18] <diegoaguilar> all above? :P
[18:18] <diegoaguilar> Im curious about life in Finland you know ...
[18:18] <diegoaguilar> Im mexican ... so different place to here
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[18:20] <Kitsutypy> well
[18:20] <Kitsutypy> Sun is shining and there's about 5 celsius outside now
[18:20] <Kitsutypy> and closed because easter
[18:21] <Kitsutypy> In winter we had like meters of snow
[18:21] <Kitsutypy> and still we all went to school
[18:22] <Kitsutypy> methuzla: oh, yeah, right. Forgot to plug the hdd in
[18:22] <Kitsutypy> Silly me..
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[18:22] <Kitsutypy> And humm, the thing is, that my phone doesn't like that I have a hub connected
[18:22] <Kitsutypy> It doesn't connect anymore
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[18:24] <Kitsutypy> ..or looks like it doesn't like the power that the hdd is taking
[18:25] <Kitsutypy> methuzla: so, I can only keep HDD or internet connection
[18:25] <diegoaguilar> what's the warmest you got there?
[18:25] <Kitsutypy> .. sucks.
[18:25] <diegoaguilar> I mean like, the warmest u remember
[18:25] <diegoaguilar> or experienced
[18:25] <Kitsutypy> diegoaguilar: in the summer, we get like 25-30.. if we're lucky.
[18:25] <Kitsutypy> D:
[18:26] <diegoaguilar> warmest Ive been was ... 51
[18:26] <diegoaguilar> celsius
[18:26] <Kitsutypy> .. holy fuck
[18:26] <diegoaguilar> maybe a 1 more
[18:26] <diegoaguilar> coldest ... I dont know ... -5
[18:26] <diegoaguilar> somehing like that in some cities in M�xico
[18:26] <Kitsutypy> But yeah, the WARMEST thing I've experienced here was propably that when I fell against oven
[18:27] <Kitsutypy> diegoaguilar: oh, I envy you
[18:27] <diegoaguilar> shit
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[18:27] <Kitsutypy> The coldest I've been was like -30
[18:27] <Kitsutypy> In Lapland
[18:27] <diegoaguilar> hehe
[18:27] <Kitsutypy> It's up in the north
[18:27] <diegoaguilar> I cant imagine
[18:27] <Kitsutypy> Here in south, propably -20?
[18:27] <diegoaguilar> well ... Iceland is that probably colder? some Russia zones?
[18:28] <diegoaguilar> Norway ...
[18:28] <Kitsutypy> In winter, we usually roll in the snow after sauna
[18:28] <Kitsutypy> NAKED
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[18:29] <diegoaguilar> ha
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[18:29] <Kitsutypy> Finns are known as their drinking
[18:30] <diegoaguilar> vodka
[18:30] <diegoaguilar> what about women
[18:30] <Kitsutypy> My friend and his father once got their sleds and they slided with them from the top of the skiing center
[18:31] <Kitsutypy> It was dark and the father was drunk as fuck
[18:31] <Kitsutypy> Later he discovered that his keys had fallen from his pocket
[18:31] <Kitsutypy> found them like 20cm above the surface
[18:31] <Kitsutypy> but yeah, idk about the women
[18:32] * dreamon_ is now known as dreamon
[18:32] <Kitsutypy> As a woman, I can say I am quite pathetic person
[18:32] <Kitsutypy> no-one really likes me, but I don't like them :D
[18:32] <diegoaguilar> lol
[18:32] <diegoaguilar> no bf
[18:32] <diegoaguilar> no friends?
[18:32] <Kitsutypy> right now no bf
[18:33] <Kitsutypy> and well, I have few friends
[18:33] <Criminalised> Kitsutpy you're gorgeous and you know it
[18:33] <Kitsutypy> Oh, thanks :o
[18:33] <Criminalised> Even though I can't spell your name properly
[18:33] <Kitsutypy> I didn't know it
[18:33] <Kitsutypy> well, I can help with that
[18:33] * Kitsutypy is now known as Kitsu
[18:33] <Criminalised> Finnish girls are automatically beautiful
[18:33] <Kitsu> easier now?
[18:33] <Criminalised> By default
[18:33] <diegoaguilar> well Im sure Kitsutypy itsnot your name
[18:33] <Kitsu> Nope
[18:33] <diegoaguilar> I think the same
[18:33] <Kitsu> My real name is Kiti
[18:34] <diegoaguilar> I find finnish very attractive
[18:34] <Kitsu> Kitsu is my nickname
[18:34] <diegoaguilar> I love blonde hairs and skin
[18:34] <Kitsu> Kitsutypy is the internet nick
[18:34] <Kitsu> Well, I have brownish hair and I am pale as fuck
[18:34] <Criminalised> Not into blondes but just their beauty overall
[18:34] <Kitsu> Pale as snow
[18:34] <Kitsu> pale as your ass
[18:34] <Criminalised> Intrinsic beauty
[18:35] <Criminalised> Their personality complements their physical beauty
[18:35] <Kitsu> Oh goddamn I am so jetlaggish
[18:35] <diegoaguilar> haha
[18:36] <diegoaguilar> where are u from Criminalised
[18:36] <diegoaguilar> and are you really criminalised :P
[18:36] <diegoaguilar> there's a gorgeous style in euroean women, makes them very attractive most of times
[18:36] <Criminalised> Everyone is soon to be Criminalised
[18:36] <Kitsu> https://scontent-fra.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-xpa1/v/t1.0-9/11083885_535427976599369_2278452019018896970_n.jpg?oh=096097c8f214a39558b7273fca0abce7&oe=55AEA225 here's me few weeks ago
[18:36] <Kitsu> I was back in the US then
[18:36] <Criminalised> I'm from the 51st State
[18:37] <Criminalised> fucking knew it
[18:37] <Kitsu> 10 points if you can recognize where were I
[18:37] <Criminalised> She's hot
[18:37] <diegoaguilar> hehe you're not that pale
[18:37] <diegoaguilar> yep you look pretty beautiful
[18:37] <Criminalised> She is in Finland
[18:37] <Kitsu> I feel so confused now :D
[18:38] <Kitsu> That pic was from Universal Studios, Orlando
[18:38] <diegoaguilar> why Kitsu
[18:38] <Kitsu> Guys really don't like me :D
[18:38] <Kitsu> ..or anyone
[18:38] <diegoaguilar> I like you :P
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[18:38] <Kitsu> GODDAMN THIS IS REALLY CONFUSING
[18:38] <diegoaguilar> have nice eyes, nice skin, pretty lips
[18:39] <diegoaguilar> you're slim fit
[18:39] <Criminalised> What's confusing?
[18:39] <diegoaguilar> that's ... tasty
[18:39] <Kitsu> No I'm not
[18:39] <Kitsu> I am not slim!
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[18:40] <Kitsu> I feel like my legs are massive and my tummy sometimes looks like I am pregnant
[18:40] <Criminalised> Hey, it's a look some guys prefer
[18:40] <diegoaguilar> my gf is fat now so ... :P
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[18:41] <Criminalised> Your lips are really nice tho
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[18:42] <Kitsu> I am so blushed
[18:42] <Kitsu> and when I'm blushed, I am like a firetruck
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[18:43] <Criminalised> Be happy with yourself, it's an obligation :)
[18:43] <Criminalised> Everything else comes along when it needs to and falls in place
[18:43] <diegoaguilar> yep
[18:43] <diegoaguilar> ;)
[18:43] <Criminalised> diego where are you from?
[18:44] <Kitsu> I guess I have this weird looking smile now
[18:44] <Kitsu> What some ppl call happiness
[18:45] <diegoaguilar> :)
[18:45] <diegoaguilar> Im from Mexico
[18:45] <diegoaguilar> Kitsu u are nice
[18:45] <Kitsu> ;o
[18:46] <shiftplusone> Kitsu, check the channel rules, please.
[18:48] <Kitsu> .. ;o
[18:48] <Kitsu> oh, ok
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[18:48] <diegoaguilar> :O
[18:49] <shiftplusone> And the rest of you... stop being creepy creeps.
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[18:49] <diegoaguilar> lol, sorry shiftplusone
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[18:49] <Kitsu> .. I have no clue what I did, but okay :D
[18:50] <Kitsu> I will remain silent from now on :D
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[18:50] <shiftplusone> Kitsu, just the swearing.
[18:50] <Kitsu> Ooooooh yeah, sorry :D
[18:51] <Kitsu> Pardon errbody!
[18:51] <Criminalised> Hey shiftplusone
[18:51] <diegoaguilar> lol
[18:51] <Criminalised> There's a fine line between sincere admiration and creepiness
[18:51] <Criminalised> We're still admiring
[18:51] <Criminalised> :P
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[18:51] <Kitsu> You guys were fine! :D
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[18:52] <Kitsu> it was kinda cute ^^
[18:52] <Criminalised> There you go shiftplusone
[18:52] <Criminalised> IN....YOUR.......FACE! :)
[18:54] <mohitgupta322> Can anyone confirm that a green raspberry pi camera module can see IR light of a tv remote IR LED
[18:54] <mohitgupta322> ?
[18:54] <shiftplusone> mohitgupta322, don't know about the green one, but Noir can.
[18:54] <mohitgupta322> Update : Can anyone confirm that if green raspberry pi camera module (not the noIR one) can see IR light of a tv remote IR LED or not ?
[18:55] <Criminalised> the noir version
[18:55] <Criminalised> The normal one can;t AFAIK
[18:55] <Criminalised> oops
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[18:56] <methuzla> mohitgupta322 give me a minute. i'll check. (but my guess is no)
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[18:56] <mohitgupta322> not even TV remote LED, my mobile camera don't see daylight IR but can see TV remote LED, so I think green one must also do
[18:57] <mohitgupta322> there must be some IR range that green one can see
[18:57] <mohitgupta322> methuzla are you checking using your raspi camera or just googleing ?
[18:58] <methuzla> raspi camera. i just happen to have a setup handy.
[18:58] <mohitgupta322> Oh great that would be really really helpful, people like you make the internet community great
[19:01] <ShorTie> the noir camera see a tv remote
[19:01] <shiftplusone> ShorTie, the question is whether the other one can.
[19:02] <methuzla> mohitgupta322 the answer is yes. it can see a remote IR LED.
[19:03] <turtlehat> afaik most cameras capture infrared
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[19:13] <Bitgod> with a pi model b, what else do i need for digital signage?
[19:14] <Bitgod> besides a 32GB high end SD card for storage and a network?
[19:14] <Bitgod> i mean what other components hardware wise (besides a tv)
[19:17] <methuzla> Bitgod you plan to use the TV as the sign?
[19:19] <ShorTie> 32GB high end SD card ?? what cha mean by that, anything above a class 6 is like a waste of money
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[19:27] <Bitgod> yes
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[19:28] <methuzla> then other than cables, just software
[19:29] <Bitgod> ok
[19:29] <Bitgod> just hope its fast enough hehe
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[19:31] <ShorTie> U class sdcard are really not the best option for a pi, may not even work
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[19:59] <Jusii> Bitgod: if you don't plan to use html(5) content, then old model B is just fine
[19:59] <Jusii> for images and video
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[20:02] <Bitgod> so i need B+?
[20:04] <Jusii> there's no difference in this case if it's B or B+
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[20:07] <Bitgod> so rasp pi is useless for videos
[20:07] <Bitgod> ok got it
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[20:09] <methuzla> huh? based on what?
[20:09] <Jusii> the other way around, it's 'useless' for anything else than video :)
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[20:10] <jer> anyone have any suggestions for a (royalty-free/open source) framebuffer font just for ascii
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[20:48] <Datalink> blah, anyone have any idea why I can't toggle pin 16 (BCM23, wPi 4) on a Pi2?
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[20:56] <Sonny_Jim> Is it grounded?
[20:58] <Datalink> Sonny_Jim, no sign of grounding on my circuit, I also tried with just the Pi on an insulating surface so if it's grounded it's likely a board defect in the Pi
[20:58] <CoJaBo> sure it isn't set to some other function
[20:59] <H__> Datalink: should just work; I've used wPi 4 to drive a relay today
[20:59] <Datalink> it's a fresh Rasbian install, didn't enable SPI or I2C, just camera, for the project, what'd be the best way to check?
[20:59] <Datalink> H__, yeah... other GPIO are working, this one's powering a laser diode through a buffer, the buffer's working for the other one, but this one's not triggering...
[21:00] <H__> does it change voltage at all ? do you have a volt meter or scope around ?
[21:01] <Datalink> meter's needle didn't twitch on it, I toggled both high and low in my program
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[21:01] <H__> no clue then. other than sounds b0rken. Maybe others here still have ideas ?
[21:02] <Datalink> hopefully, thanks for the input at least
[21:02] <H__> I'm testing two AM2393 / DHT22 units, they difer quite a bit : "Humidity = 36.70 % Temperature = 21.40 *C" and "Humidity = 24.30 % Temperature = 20.20 *C" They're next to eachother for the last 4 hours
[21:02] <Datalink> first forray into PCB fab for a Pi hat, and the Pi's acting up x.x
[21:02] <Datalink> odd, maybe one wasn't baked right?
[21:03] <Sonny_Jim> I would double check that it's setup to be an output
[21:03] <Datalink> Sonny_Jim, gpio readall shows out on the pin, but toggling it high has no effect
[21:04] <Sonny_Jim> ha
[21:04] <Sonny_Jim> Erm, you sure it's not +5V
[21:05] <Datalink> the other laser diode on the buffer works, already swapped them both to elimiate stuff further down the path, gpio write 0 1 turns a laser on, gpio write 4 1 does nothing, 0 and 4 are the channels the buffer's wired to
[21:06] * Datalink is going to try and short the pin to 3.3V to totally eliminate the chance it's his board
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[21:08] <Datalink> ....
[21:08] <Datalink> wat
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[21:08] <Datalink> stuck bit or something, now it works
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[21:10] <Datalink> haha, okay, odd bug, but now it's working fine
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[21:11] <Datalink> ffs, haha, omg... just realized I accidentally shorted the pin to the 5V rail
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[21:12] <Datalink> I'm glad it was momentary but still that wasn't smart
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[21:15] <Datalink> thank Telsa that worked
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[21:22] <CoJaBo> o_O
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[21:40] <JohnMarkM> I am trying to format a micro SD card in Linux Mint Mate.
[21:40] <JohnMarkM> Does this look right?
[21:40] <JohnMarkM> sudo dd bs=4M if=2015-02-16-raspbian-wheezy.img of=/dev/mmcblk0
[21:41] <JohnMarkM> How do I know if block size (bs) is right?
[21:41] <ppq> bs doesnt really matter
[21:41] <ppq> only affects speed
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[21:42] <JohnMarkM> flash speed or run speed?
[21:42] <ppq> finding good values for it is black magic anyway
[21:42] <ppq> flash
[21:42] <ppq> 1M and 10M are common values, 4M should be fine too
[21:42] <JohnMarkM> Oh! Good! Then I am OK!!!
[21:43] <JohnMarkM> Thank you so very very much!!!
[21:43] <ppq> :) no problem
[21:43] <Jusii> 4M is common erase block size of sdcard
[21:46] <JohnMarkM> I bought a USB Wi-Fi adapter that said it would work out of the box on a Raspberry Pi Model B, but I have a Raspberry Pi 2 Model B, and it does not show up in the wpa_gui.
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[21:47] <realies> hi all
[21:47] <realies> anyone that could provide network configuration help?
[21:48] <ppq> JohnMarkM, i don't know what wpa_gui is, but if it is said to work on a raspberry pi, it really means that it is supported by linux and doesnt draw too much current. so it should work fine on a pi2.
[21:48] <JohnMarkM> It is this one http://www.microcenter.com/product/361988/150Mbps_Mini_Wireless_N_USB_Adapter_compatible_with_Raspberry_Pi
[21:48] <realies> im using wpa_cli
[21:49] <realies> when I try to change the network with the select_network <id> command it doesn't update the ip that the new network gave the adapter
[21:49] <realies> oh my english lol
[21:50] <ppq> JohnMarkM, tp-link sometimes uses different wifi chips in the same model but with different revisions, check lsusb and look if the usb id is of a supported chip
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[21:51] <JohnMarkM> How do i check lsusb?
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[21:51] <realies> just type lsusb in the command prompt
[21:52] <JohnMarkM> Ok I got a listing of 5 devices
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[21:53] <realies> find where it says tplink and read the thing in the brackets in the end of the row
[21:53] <realies> that should be your chipset
[21:54] <JohnMarkM> If I remove the Wi-Fi adapter I get the same 5 devices.
[21:54] <realies> do you have a hub?
[21:54] <JohnMarkM> Yes
[21:54] <realies> so you dont see any line saying tp-link when you plug you adapter?
[21:54] <realies> *your
[21:54] <JohnMarkM> No
[21:55] <realies> does the adapter have any led or indicator that its having enough power to run?
[21:55] <JohnMarkM> No led
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[21:55] <realies> well that's kinda weird
[21:55] <JohnMarkM> It may be a bad unit?
[21:55] <ppq> is it a powered hub?
[21:55] <realies> what happens if you connect the adapter directly to the pi, without going trough the hub?
[21:55] <JohnMarkM> Yes 2 amps
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[21:56] <ppq> ok, strange
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[21:57] <JohnMarkM> No difference
[21:57] <realies> I'd say try a different network adapter
[21:58] <JohnMarkM> Ok
[21:58] <ppq> you could test it on another pc
[21:58] <JohnMarkM> Good Idea!!!
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[22:00] <JohnMarkM> My PC made a a ta-da noise when I plugged it in.
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[22:01] <JohnMarkM> Windows PC Message Device Driver software was not successfully installed.
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[22:03] <ppq> JohnMarkM, i just checked, there are three different drivers on the tp-link page
[22:03] <ppq> depending on the revision
[22:03] <ppq> check which one you have - v1, v2 or v3
[22:03] <ppq> it should be printed on the back
[22:03] <JohnMarkM> It must be a V1 but it does not have a V at all.
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[22:04] <ppq> http://www.tp-link.de/Article/?id=46
[22:10] <JohnMarkM> it says version 3.0
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[22:14] <ppq> JohnMarkM, try this http://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/viewtopic.php?f=26&t=29752&p=342506
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[22:19] <JohnMarkM> I am not finding much that looks useful for a TL-WN723N V3.
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[22:22] <ppq> it's the same chip
[22:22] <ppq> RTL8188EUS
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[22:24] <JohnMarkM> http://elinux.org/RPi_USB_Wi-Fi_Adapters
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[22:29] <JohnMarkM> I think I should return it to the store and order one that truly works out of the box.
[22:30] <JohnMarkM> Can you recommend one to order?
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[22:31] <Froolap> one what?
[22:32] <JohnMarkM> USB Wi-Fi adapter
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[22:36] <ppq> Edimax EW-7811UN
[22:36] <ppq> thats also the most popular with rpi users
[22:36] <JohnMarkM> ok
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[22:37] <Froolad> Linksys AE3000 802.11abgn works for me out of the box on pidora, if that helps
[22:38] <Froolad> I like it in that it's not so tiny that it's easy to lose if you ever disconnect it, and you can change how the antenna is oriented to boost reception.
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[22:44] <JohnMarkM> What is pidora?
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[22:45] <Froolad> is there a way to assign a specific process to a specific core?
[22:45] <Froolad> Pifora is the fedora flavor on the pi.
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[22:45] <Froolad> err pidora...
[22:46] <JohnMarkM> ok
[22:46] <Froolad> i.e. I'm not running raspberian.
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[22:47] <Froolad> fedora seems to be more cutting edge, in the debian has a 2 year old version of network manager that doesn't allow for a "new" wireless connection to be made from command line.
[22:47] <Froolad> that was the selling feature for me.
[22:47] <JohnMarkM> OK
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[22:50] <methuzla> JohnMarkM can you pastebin the output of dmesg?
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[22:53] <JohnMarkM> yes
[22:53] <fred1807> Is it okay for a raspberry B+ to load a torrent file with 25gb of files Already on sd card, meaning a hash compare of 25gb worth of files (mp3) ? How much time would that consume?
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[22:54] <methuzla> JohnMarkM plug in the wifi dongle and then pastebin the results of dmesg
[22:55] <methuzla> JohnMarkM also, what OS are you using?
[22:56] <ppq> fred1807, a few hours
[22:56] <ppq> probably between 0 and 10
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[22:57] <fred1807> between 0 os good
[22:57] <fred1807> i would love if that could heappen in minutes..
[22:59] <ppq> then do it on a normal pc with the same client and the same path to the mounted SD and copy the conf/cache directory to your pi
[22:59] <ppq> pretty sure i did something like that at one point, but i dont remember the details
[23:00] <JohnMarkM> http://pastebin.com/dY02MJbM
[23:00] <ppq> ... or just do it on your pi, 10 hours is not that bad
[23:01] <fred1807> ppq I cannot believe in 10 hours
[23:01] <JohnMarkM> I am running Raspbian on a Raspberry Pi 2 Model B
[23:01] <methuzla> JohnMarkM missing firmware, it's this bug: https://bugs.launchpad.net/raspbian/+bug/1424469
[23:02] <fred1807> I wish I had a raspi with me to calc time right now
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[23:12] <Sonny_Jim> Eww. Torrenting a 25GB file on an SD card is going to end in hair pulling frustration
[23:12] <Sonny_Jim> Regardless of whether that SD card is plugged into a Pi or a Cray
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[23:17] <philm88> Hi all. I have a Python script running on a Pi 2 that loops through GPIO pins, setting each to output and then setting them to input to read high/low based on a photo resistor. The code seems to work fine, for a couple of hours or so. Then the pi completely freezes. All software stops, HDMI goes blank and I'm unable to ssh in. I've tried adding & adjusting delays in the GPIO loop to no effect and I've tried swapping the pow
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[23:19] <Chillum> philm88: I don't know why it is freezing but there is an internal watchdog chip you can activate to make it automatically reboot if it freezes
[23:19] <philm88> Chillum: That sounds awesome - I'll have a google of how to enable it
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[23:20] <Chillum> http://www.switchdoc.com/2014/11/reliable-projects-using-internal-watchdog-timer-raspberry-pi/
[23:20] <Chillum> though I have had some freeze ups, but when replaced the cord and power supply with higher quality ones the crashes stopped
[23:20] <methuzla> philm88 pastebin your python code
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[23:21] <Chillum> the Pi 2 demands more power, cheap cables and power supplies don't cut it
[23:21] <philm88> methuzla: Sure one sec…let me get you a version that has less debug noise in it
[23:21] <Chillum> it was like 3 crashes a day on the old thin cable, now with a beefy cable and 2 amp power supply zero crashes
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[23:22] <philm88> methuzla: https://pastebin.mozilla.org/8828782
[23:22] <philm88> Logger().info just outputs debug info, doesn't do anything special
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[23:22] <philm88> Chillum: I didn't realise the cable could have an effect. I swapped out the mains->USB adapters but not the cable, I'll give that a go too
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[23:24] <Sonny_Jim> I would be checking dmesg after a crash
[23:25] <Chillum> philm88: thin wires only let so many amps through no matter how much is available. I had one cheap cell phone cord it was only letting 700ma through on a 2 amp supply
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[23:26] <Chillum> 24AWG cable works best
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[23:26] <philm88> Sonny_Jim: I didn't see anything out of the ordinary in dmesg - but I can post it online if you wouldn't mind taking a look?
[23:27] <methuzla> philm88 this line doesn't look correct: GPIO.setup(pin, GPIO.HIGH, pull_up_down=GPIO.PUD_UP)
[23:27] <philm88> dmesg output: https://pastebin.mozilla.org/8828783
[23:28] <philm88> methuzla: hmm, you might be right. It only makes sense to set the pull up/down on inputs right?
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[23:28] <methuzla> yes
[23:28] <methuzla> what where you trying to do with that line?
[23:30] <philm88> the pin is set to high to cause a capacitor in the circuit to discharge. Then the pin is set as an input and the loop times how long it takes for the capacitor to charge
[23:31] <methuzla> wrong command then
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[23:31] <methuzla> GPIO.output(pin, GPIO.HIGH)
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[23:32] <philm88> and put the pull up on the input like GPIO.setup(pin, GPIO.IN, pull_up_down=GPIO.PUD_UP) ?
[23:32] <methuzla> sure, if you need it
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[23:40] <philm88> weird how the pi let me get away with setting the pull up on an output for a couple of hours before freezing though?
[23:41] <methuzla> you may still have a problem. but those lines needing fixing regardless.
[23:42] <methuzla> next thing to check might a memory leak.
[23:42] <philm88> I checked for memory leaks already - free -m reported over 800mb free ram when it froze last time
[23:42] <methuzla> not sure about python's garbage collection, so not sure what having lowPins=[] in an infinite loop is doing
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[23:45] <philm88> crap - just crashed with the modified pull up/down code
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[23:48] <methuzla> crashed how?
[23:49] <philm88> froze again - same as before. Killed ssh connections, HDMI went black, all software seems to hlt
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[23:49] <philm88> *halt
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[23:51] <methuzla> so made it worse? used to take hours. pastebin new code.
[23:51] <philm88> the time taken varies. usually hours, but not always
[23:52] <philm88> new code: https://pastebin.mozilla.org/8828784
[23:52] <methuzla> GPIO.setup(pin, GPIO.HIGH)
[23:53] <methuzla> still wrong
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[23:55] <philm88> my bad - typo, will try again with the correct GPIO.output… code
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