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IRC Log for 2015-04-21

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[0:09] <anunnaki> hello, as anyone tried using the presspi image? when i unzip the archive it shows " inflating: PressPi_v2.2.img bad CRC e6e47aa0 (should be b6eb2422)" every time. i downloaded the zip three different times.
[0:10] <anunnaki> see presspi here: https://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/viewtopic.php?f=36&t=95278
[0:10] <ShorTie> never heard of it
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[0:12] <anunnaki> learn something new everyday :)
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[0:13] <anunnaki> http://presspi.com if youre interested.. just raspbian with nginx php and wordpress already set up
[0:13] <anunnaki> oh and phpmyadmin, a firewall.. andi think fail2ban or something might be on it
[0:13] <ShorTie> i wouldn't trust no already setup web server
[0:14] <anunnaki> its the default setup on all the tutorials.. its not completely configured..
[0:15] <saf77> how does raspbian realize that /sys/devices/soc/20200000.gpio/gpio is owned by group sysfs?
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[0:16] <SpeakerToMeat> who was it who suggested touching the gpios modes for gpios 40/45 to mute sound?
[0:17] <ali1234> me
[0:19] <SpeakerToMeat> ali1234: Saddly any changes on mode (read, write, anything) causes clicks to the speaker :(
[0:19] <SpeakerToMeat> ali1234: But thanks, it was a good idea
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[0:19] <ali1234> did you make sure to set the mode of the gpio before changing the pin mode?
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[0:23] <SpeakerToMeat> I... Didn't see anything about changing the pin mode, only the gpio
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[0:23] <ali1234> the pin has different modes like gpio, pwm
[0:23] <ali1234> when i gpio mode it can be input, output hi, output low, or high z
[0:24] <ali1234> when in input mode it can have a pull up, pull down, or no pull resistor
[0:24] <SpeakerToMeat> so gpsel modes: input, output and alts 0 to 5 are pin not gpio?
[0:24] <ali1234> perhaps
[0:25] <ali1234> the others aren't though
[0:25] <SpeakerToMeat> Pardon I meant GPFSEL
[0:26] <ali1234> you want the pin to be an output
[0:26] <ali1234> because it's an output when doing PWM
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[0:27] <ali1234> you'll have to test whether having it set to 1 or 0 causes less popping
[0:28] <ali1234> pull up/down may also have a small effect even if the pin isn't an input
[0:28] <ali1234> even checking all that stuff it might still not work
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[0:30] <SpeakerToMeat> I think It'll be faster to use the dbus route but thanks
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[0:34] <Trid> ShorTie, you still here?
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[0:43] <f00bar80> Anybody got android installed on a Pi ?, and could install wifi dongle driver ? and how to ? or does android automatically detects and install wifi dongle driver ?
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[0:45] <ShorTie> maybe
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[1:39] <f00bar80> Anybody got android installed on a Pi ?, and could install wifi dongle driver ? and how to ? or does android automatically detects and install wifi dongle driver ?
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[2:04] <[Saint]> After a dispute about on street parking with my neighbour, they have started leaving for work at 0630 and turning on their stereo to a foolish volume before they leave the house for 8~9 hours.
[2:05] <[Saint]> Thankfully, they are using the radio instead of any form of tape or optical media.
[2:05] <[Saint]> PiFM to the rescue!
[2:06] <[Saint]> It took me all of about 10 minutes to figure out which channel they were listening to and to overpower the broadcast.
[2:06] <shiftplusone> again? What will it be this time? more yakety sax?
[2:06] <[Saint]> Hahahaha - same place, different neighbours.
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[2:06] <[Saint]> This time it's just silence. :)
[2:06] <shiftplusone> also, <insert disapproving finger wagging here>
[2:07] <Trid> Can anyone help me? I have an error that states "PANIC: No init found. Try passing init= option to kernel. See Linux Documentation Entering kdb (current=0xd6840000 retropie os
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[2:08] <ali1234> Trid: weren't you here with SD card corruption yesterday?
[2:09] <[Saint]> I still feel guilty about leaving PiFM running for so long with the last lot of neighbours.
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[2:10] <[Saint]> They must have thought they were cursed, or that their stereo(s) had ghosts.
[2:10] <[Saint]> My intention honestly wasn't to leave it running for months on end, it was just a happy accident.
[2:11] <ali1234> broadcast this sound https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R0O1_FYzbjw
[2:11] <ali1234> that will really confuse them
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[2:11] <shiftplusone> haven't heard that one in a while
[2:12] <ali1234> everyone recognizes it though :)
[2:12] <ali1234> unless they are like 12
[2:12] <[Saint]> It's funny how it used to make everyone look at their phones in anticipation.
[2:12] <ali1234> did it go away because mobile tech changed or because they fixed amplifiers?
[2:12] <[Saint]> Most of the world gravitated away from CDMA
[2:13] <[Saint]> Though, there's still some hangers on.
[2:13] <shiftplusone> I'm guessing mobile tech.
[2:13] <[Saint]> US - I'm lookin' at you.
[2:13] <[Saint]> But, yeah - here, it stopped happening when we dumped CDMA.
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[2:33] <Trid> yes ali
[2:33] <Trid> I was.
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[2:39] <Trid> Ali1234: It's not cool that this ain't working ;~;
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[2:47] <niston> Saint what did you feed their stereo? silence.mp3 ? :D
[2:48] <methuzla> Trid what have you done to try and fix your corrupt SD card?
[2:48] <[Saint]> yeah, I just generated 10s of mono silence and loop that.
[2:48] <[Saint]> niston: ^
[2:48] <niston> :)
[2:48] <methuzla> oh crap. quit. i should check first....
[2:49] <ali1234> methuzla: he ran fsck on each partition and then pressed 'y' a bunch of times
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[2:49] <ali1234> most likely the filesystem is toast
[2:50] <methuzla> yep
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[2:53] <[Saint]> ali1234: I ended up stealing that audio track from that youtube video you linked as a ringtone, heh.
[2:53] <[Saint]> ...memories.
[2:54] <ali1234> i was thinking about doing the same
[2:54] <[Saint]> heh.
[2:54] <[Saint]> My prior ringtone was from Archer.
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[2:55] <[Saint]> 'Lana. ...Lana. Lana! .......LANAAAAAAAAA!'
[2:55] * ozzzy should cut back on the veggies
[2:58] <[Saint]> BTW - if you haven't watched Archer, you should.
[2:58] <[Saint]> Everyone should. Just putting it out there. It's a great show.
[2:58] <ali1234> h jon benjamin will always be coach mcguirk to me
[2:58] <[Saint]> Netflix has the entire back catalogue.
[2:59] * ozzzy doesn't watch much TV
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[3:00] <[Saint]> Nor do I.
[3:00] <[Saint]> There's just a few series that I have enjoyed and bulk-watched over a few weekends on Netflix.
[3:01] <[Saint]> Primarily - Archer, Rick and Morty (another great show), Adventure Time, and Game of Thrones.
[3:02] <[Saint]> Besides those titles, I watch very little TV, but I watch a bunch of movies.
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[3:03] <[Saint]> Usually (when she's not away for work), Ms. [Saint] and I will watch some obscure film title from Netflix or Hulu or $insert_streaming_service_here per night.
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[3:11] <[Saint]> youtube-dl --extract-audio is such a sweet little command, I hadn't thought of that.
[3:11] <[Saint]> I did it a much siller way.
[3:12] <ozzzy> I just use keepvid
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[3:16] <[Saint]> if [ ! -a ~/.inputrc ]; then echo "\$include /etc/inputrc" > ~/.inputrc; fi
[3:16] <[Saint]> echo "set completion-ignore-case On" >> ~/.inputrc
[3:16] <[Saint]> ah, crap - sorry.
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[3:22] <[Saint]> ali1234: I found a better one, also:
[3:22] <[Saint]> sudo apt-get install youtube-dl && youtube-dl --extract-audio --audio-format mp3 mRFRa0OP18Y
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[3:22] <[Saint]> (the associated video is https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mRFRa0OP18Y)
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[3:29] <[Saint]> actually - not that it /reeeeeeally/ matters, I just found out that I'm an idiot and you can specify the audio quality.
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[3:30] <[Saint]> I think I can make this much higher quality. Hmmm.
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[3:34] <[Saint]> aha - there we go:
[3:34] <[Saint]> 'youtube-dl --format best --extract-audio --audio-format mp3 --audio-quality 320 mRFRa0OP18Y'
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[3:35] <ali1234> you probably want best-audio
[3:35] <ali1234> or whatever it is called
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[3:36] <ali1234> bestaudio
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[3:36] <[Saint]> 'best' is equivalent to the best video and audio streams available.
[3:36] <[Saint]> (which I actually think might be the default anyway, but..meh)
[3:37] <ali1234> it is, but best video stream might not be the best audio stream
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[3:37] <f00bar80> Anybody got android installed on a Pi ?, and could install wifi dongle driver ? and how to ? or does android automatically detects and install wifi dongle driver ?
[3:37] <ali1234> that's why you can say -f bestvideo+bestaudio and it will join them
[3:37] <ali1234> if you have the right tools installed
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[6:41] <xMopxShell> http://i.imgur.com/kEPDEgY.jpg
[6:42] <xMopxShell> nearing completion :D
[6:45] <toomin> Raspirack?
[6:45] <xMopxShell> aw yeah. with hotswap RasPi sleds
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[7:16] <evil_dan2wik> the desoldered connector on the other side of the HDMI port, what is it?
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[7:22] <xMopxShell> evil_dan2wik: on my thing?
[7:22] <evil_dan2wik> just talking about my B+
[7:23] <xMopxShell> ah i think its just the other side of the HDMI mount
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[7:23] <xMopxShell> or maybe contact points for hdmi if they do automated testing on the production line
[7:23] <evil_dan2wik> it seems to be for a connector since it has anchor pads
[7:24] <evil_dan2wik> mini HDMI or something?
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[7:47] <dastaan> Hello, I have a question. Does a low rated power supply (700mA charger) eventually lead to SD card corruption ?
[7:47] <evil_dan2wik> dastaan, it can cause power issues
[7:48] <xMopxShell> does a pi draw that much?
[7:48] <evil_dan2wik> and power issues usually lead to SD card corruption
[7:48] <evil_dan2wik> It can
[7:48] <xMopxShell> i measured my model b at <300ma... but it was headless and no gpio use
[7:48] <xMopxShell> but i suppose it makes sense that the quad core draws a lot more
[7:50] <dastaan> I've a setup where I have a couple of machines which keeps logs of temperature. They run on a custom board made by us. It's been running for more than a year and rpi running on those didnt have a single card corruption
[7:50] <dastaan> But I've a server which runs on a charger which takes all the backup and runs a local web server.
[7:51] <dastaan> usually, SD card corrupts every 15-20 days.
[7:51] <xMopxShell> interesting. you get new cards I assume?
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[7:51] <evil_dan2wik> dastaan, look at using a USB drive
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[7:52] <dastaan> we tried changing SD cards and rpis
[7:52] <dastaan> only thing constant is power supply
[7:52] <dastaan> may that's the one causing the problem.
[7:52] <evil_dan2wik> use a USB drive as root and leave boot on the sd card
[7:52] <dastaan> I thought i might ask on irc if anyone has faced the similar problem with power supply
[7:52] <xMopxShell> dastaan: activity is constant too.
[7:53] <tawr> i gotta say
[7:53] <tawr> someone linked me this funny python script
[7:53] <evil_dan2wik> dastaan, anything can happen with a bad power supply
[7:53] <tawr> and my life is better because of it. it's called 'thefuck'. it uses rules to fix your console screwups
[7:53] <tawr> so if you type apt-get update
[7:53] <tawr> "ned to be root"
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[7:53] <tawr> type in "fuck" and it automatically sudo's it
[7:53] <tawr> lol
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[7:53] <tawr> https://github.com/nvbn/thefuck
[7:54] <dastaan> evil_dan2wik: I have been suggested moving root to usb. Lemme try that thing. I will also change power supply to a good 2A charger. I will let you know
[7:54] <tawr> evil_dan2wik, I haven't seen you in a long time.
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[7:54] <dastaan> xMpxShell: I didn't get it. Activity is constant ? umm...
[7:55] <evil_dan2wik> tawr, I've seen you lots
[7:55] <evil_dan2wik> I just haven't been talking
[7:55] <tawr> how are you evil_dan2wik ?
[7:55] <evil_dan2wik> good
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[10:51] <nfk|laptop> how do i handle temporary files on pi? /tmp is not backed by tmpfs or anything like that as far as i can tell and storing my stuff under /run sounds dirty, assuming the user pi even has write access to it
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[10:52] <ShorTie> stick them in like /home/pi/tmp maybe ??
[10:53] <ppq> or just mount your /tmp as tmpfs
[10:53] <ppq> doesn't hurt
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[10:54] <ppq> tmpfs /tmp tmpfs defaults,mode=1777 0 0
[10:54] <ppq> → fstab
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[12:13] <yarl_> Hi there. I'm trying to compile bare-metal program for the raspi 1 using -mfpu=vfp, -mfloat-abi=hard and -lgcc. A function (sprintf) I wrote uses (I don't know (don't really care) why) __clear_cache.o in libgcc.a. error is "kernel.elf uses VFP register arguments, /usr/lib/gcc/arm-none-eabi/4.8.2/libgcc.a(_clear_cache.o) does not". In /usr/lib/gcc/arm-none-eabi/ there are several folders with libgcc.a in, maybe I should use one
[12:13] <yarl_> of them in place of the one in that folder(root). Did someone have this kind of trouble? Any idea?
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[13:09] <mortal> what do you recommend for pi2 as a armv7&neon optimised os
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[13:18] <MY123> mortal, depends
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[14:04] <knightwise> hey everyone
[14:05] <tawr> hi
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[14:14] <knightwise> any of you ever tried to install popcorn time on the pi2 ?
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[14:17] <strobelight> nope, do is there a pi version?
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[14:18] <strobelight> do->but
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[14:47] <robhol> Anybody have a suggestion for a small, cheap speaker I can use on my raspberry pi? doesn't need to be wireless, in fact, I'd prefer it not to be
[14:47] <robhol> (b+, raspbian)
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[15:00] <tawr> robhol,
[15:00] <tawr> the best speaker i've ever come across (and have) is the jbl micro
[15:00] <tawr> it's bluetooth + 3.5mm, but has a lot of neat options not many others have
[15:01] <tawr> including an audio multiport. if connected through bluetooth, you have a wheel volume knob. you can turn the speaker off, but it gives line-out in that 3.5mm jack, so you can plug it into your car's aux port, and use it like a bluetooth receiver
[15:02] <tawr> or, if you have more than one, daisy-chain them together with only 1 bt connection (to the first). has a built in 3.5mm cable/jack that's nice ase well. i've dropped mine 20+ times, lasts 8-10 hours on a charge, and sounds pretty good
[15:02] <robhol> neat.
[15:02] <robhol> I decided to just grab some crap off of ebay, lol
[15:02] <ozzzy> that's where I get just about everything
[15:03] <tawr> well, if you decide to get a nice one, take a look at them
[15:03] <tawr> every person i've shown or lent mine to has bought their own (5 people iirc)
[15:03] <robhol> will do, if I actually need some proper portable "speaking" :p
[15:03] <robhol> this is just meant to be stationary, I want to use my raspberry pi as a door bell
[15:04] <tawr> oh gotcha, yeah that would be a total waste
[15:04] <tawr> i was thinking 'portable music box' type deal
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[15:05] <robhol> no, just anything that's not battery powered and can create a rough imitation of a sound file ;)
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[15:17] <strobelight> if I unplug my pi from one router and into another (which is configured to provide different range of IP), I still have the original IP.
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[15:17] <strobelight> should I have an "auto eth0" line in interfaces file?
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[15:17] <tawr> strobelight, you sure?
[15:18] <strobelight> yep, ifdown eth0, then ifup eth0, provides the new IP
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[15:18] <Bilby> the default setting is for DHCP. what distro are you running?
[15:18] <tawr> yeah auto eth0 so it dhcp's on disconnect
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[15:19] <strobelight> raspbian wheezy on pi2
[15:19] <strobelight> but I've been in there mucking a while ago ;-)
[15:20] <Bilby> haha
[15:21] <tawr> strobelight, iface eth0 inet dhcp
[15:22] <tawr> strobelight,
[15:22] <tawr> change that to:
[15:22] <tawr> auto eth0
[15:22] <tawr> allow-hotplug eth0
[15:22] <tawr> iface eth0 inet dhcp
[15:22] <tawr> after changing it, sudo service networking restart
[15:23] <tawr> lemme know if that works
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[15:23] <strobelight> tawr: I'll give it a try
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[15:24] <tawr> so comment out the original line, and add the ones i put :)
[15:24] <tawr> so you can go back to 'stock' easily
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[15:25] <basti> i have setup a logitech c270 with mjpg_streamer. it works, but the image comes pretty delayed. i use these options: -y -r 640x480 -q 95 -f 25 -l auto is there any way i can improve the "timing"; a bit more "real life"?
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[15:26] <strobelight> tawr: nope, didn't work
[15:27] <tawr> dmesg
[15:27] <tawr> whats it saying?
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[15:28] <strobelight> ifconfig still shows the original IP when I unplug the cord from one router and plug a cord from a different router into the pi
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[15:29] <strobelight> it thinks network up fine, near as I can tell
[15:29] <tawr> did you do services restart?
[15:29] <strobelight> just the networking one you mentioned
[15:29] <strobelight> I'll reboot and check that way too
[15:30] <tawr> well, hmm
[15:30] <tawr> the hotplug line
[15:30] <tawr> should tell the kernel when it detects the cable's been disconnected
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[15:30] <tawr> so when it's reconnected, it goes through the process
[15:31] <strobelight> I'll post my interfaces in pastebin if you want to see
[15:32] <tawr> i'm just thinking maybe the rpi cannot detect 'disconnects'
[15:32] <strobelight> or a broke hook script
[15:33] <strobelight> my interfaces: http://pastebin.com/gRVBXTkd
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[15:34] <tawr> what's that last line?
[15:35] <strobelight> iface default inet dhcp
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[15:36] <Bilby> I'd assume it doesn't come up that often since usually if you're switching networks you're shutting the Pi down to mvoe it
[15:37] <tawr> yeah
[15:37] <tawr> comment that line out strobelight
[15:37] <tawr> restart service networking and check?
[15:37] <strobelight> k
[15:39] <tawr> actually, one other thing
[15:39] <tawr> try that, but if not
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[15:39] <tawr> your wpa_supplicant, you using that just for your home network?
[15:40] <strobelight> nope didn't work. wpa for work and home, but rarely used here at work
[15:40] <Bilby> Is your Pi battery powered?
[15:41] <strobelight> nope, powered by hub
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[15:43] <tawr> strobelight, quick question
[15:43] <strobelight> sure
[15:43] <tawr> just because of the roaming part.. when you're doing the eth0 swapping is wifi connected?
[15:44] <strobelight> no wifi dongle connected to USB only a bluetooth keyboard/mouse
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[15:44] <tawr> oh, so when you swap conenctions, you lose connection to the rpi and have to reboot to get it going?
[15:45] <strobelight> nope, USB bluetooth connected still
[15:46] <tawr> oh, it's not headless
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[15:46] <smhar> greetings
[15:46] <tawr> what happens after you swap eth0 and sudo ifdown / ifup?
[15:46] <strobelight> I have a white cord to my development router, and a red cord to my test router, and was hoping I could simply switch the two (basically got tired of "ifdown eth0; sleep 1; ifup eth0"
[15:47] <smhar> What formats does berryboot accept for manually added images?
[15:47] <strobelight> after the swap, and down/up, I get the IP expected
[15:47] <tawr> maybe write a crontab strobelight to test ping google, if fail, ifdown/ifup
[15:47] <tawr> and have it run every ~3-5 minutes?
[15:47] <strobelight> it works manually, just was hoping for what every other computer I use does
[15:47] <tawr> or hell, every 1m
[15:48] <smhar> I downloaded retropie but it is in img.gz . I extracted to .img but it was not recognized by berryboot
[15:48] <tawr> smhar, odd.
[15:49] <strobelight> nah, I'd prefer it to know it lost ethernet, and know it got it back, but a different network
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[15:49] <smhar> tawr, it says it is not a squashfs recognizable format
[15:49] <strobelight> I'll keep on manually doing the up/down, just thought I'd throw it out there
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[15:51] <tawr> strobelight,
[15:51] <tawr> what's wrong with my idea?
[15:52] <tawr> sec strobelight
[15:52] <tawr> i'll write a quick one
[15:52] <strobelight> tawr: my guess is ping would slow it down if no response
[15:52] <tawr> huh?
[15:53] <tawr> do you want the script to take 'input' or have a hardcoded target
[15:53] <strobelight> "ping -c 1 google.com || (ifdown eth0; ifup eth0)
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[15:53] <tawr> the benefit of the latter is it's easier to write, and write to a log, i guess
[15:55] <strobelight> tawr: it's an ok workaround, just prefer the pi to work the right way
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[15:57] <strobelight> tawr: and worse, if the site (whatever it is) happens to be unpingable, I've just restarted my network, which isn't good
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[15:57] <tawr> well, is that really a big deal?
[15:57] <tawr> http://pastebin.com/vnYcRtse
[15:58] <tawr> quick (stolen) script, i'll leave it for you to decide target or apply it to crontab
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[16:00] <strobelight> tawr: looks good (once I replace $ with .sh ;-) )
[16:00] <tawr> there's 2 files in there
[16:01] <strobelight> yep, got that
[16:01] <tawr> i tend to do that for some reason
[16:01] <tawr> my ~/ is littered with folders containing a single shell script lol
[16:01] <tawr> i did write a pretty nifty script for tmux + irc client rcently though
[16:02] <strobelight> the fingers aren't keeping up with the mind
[16:03] <strobelight> &> probably another typo on the ping line
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[16:04] <tawr> yeah it's like 9am, i probably have a few errors
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[16:05] <zamba> hm.. i thought the new raspberry pi 2 model b was supposed to be a big improvement performance wise.. but i feel it's as sluggish as ever
[16:05] <zamba> something i'm doing wrong?
[16:05] <zamba> you can forget about web surfing
[16:06] <zamba> hardware version 1.1, according to the board itself
[16:06] <zamba> it says here it can even run windows 10.. but.. eh :)
[16:06] <tawr> zamba, weird
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[16:07] <zamba> the problem seems to be related to GPU
[16:07] <zamba> scrolling in web pages and so on
[16:07] <zamba> what can i do to debug this?
[16:07] <zamba> i've given the GPU 128 MB of RAM with raspi-config
[16:08] <tawr> open a console and see how much ram / proc you're using
[16:08] <tawr> when you try to use a web browser
[16:08] <zamba> overclocked to medium as well
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[16:08] <zamba> tawr: what do you suggest i use to monitor that? top?
[16:08] <tawr> yeaheee
[16:08] <zamba> oh! there's a pi2 overclocking setting? should i be using that?
[16:09] <zamba> i just chose medium as that's what i'm usually running
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[16:11] <zamba> increased GPU memory to 256 and also set overclocking to pi 2
[16:12] <zamba> let's see what happens now
[16:12] <tawr> reboot for that to take effect btw
[16:12] <zamba> yeah, rebooted several times
[16:13] <zamba> dead slow
[16:13] <zamba> no chance
[16:13] <zamba> change*
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[16:14] <zamba> lots of memory free
[16:14] <zamba> around 300 MB
[16:14] <zamba> free
[16:14] <zamba> but the CPU is workin
[16:16] <zamba> switched board now
[16:16] <zamba> as we have bought several of these underperformers :p
[16:17] <zamba> nah, same problem there
[16:17] <zamba> very, very sluggish
[16:18] <tawr> hmm
[16:18] <tawr> what web browser?
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[16:19] <smhar> I redownloaded the image for retropi 2.6, then extracted the .img image file. I copied the .img file to a memory stick and tried to selected from the berryboot menu. Still, I keep getting the file it is not in squashfs format !!
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[16:21] <tawr> try leaving it zip smhar
[16:21] <zamba> tawr: tried both epiphany and iceweasel
[16:22] <tawr> smhar, err gzip
[16:23] <tawr> zamba, odd. i use my rpi headless, but i came from a BBB (which was way faster than the model-b) to this, and it blows the doors off the bbb
[16:23] <zamba> tawr: can we do some benchmarking?
[16:24] <tawr> on my rpi2 vs yours?
[16:25] <zamba> yeah?
[16:25] <zamba> of course taking into account network latency and so on
[16:25] <strobelight> tawr: so, don't need a script afterall, I was just switching cables too fast
[16:25] <strobelight> if I run ifconfig until I no longer see the IP, then plug in the other cord, it correctly gets the new IP
[16:25] <tawr> zamba, sure what would you like me to do
[16:25] <tawr> strobelight, LOL
[16:26] <zamba> tawr: where are you located?
[16:26] <tawr> tx
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[16:26] <zamba> ah.. ok.. i'm in europe.. let's try bbc.co.uk?
[16:27] <zamba> takes around 9 seconds to load the page
[16:28] <Armand> Wowzer!
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[16:28] <Armand> Less than a second here.
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[16:28] <smhar> tawr, hmm.. I copied the .img.gz to the memory stick but it is not showing in the list in berryboot, as I expected
[16:28] <zamba> why, why, why
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[16:28] <zamba> Armand: can you paste your config.txt
[16:28] <zamba> ?
[16:29] <tawr> oh zamba i'm headless
[16:29] <Armand> Sorry, on my Mint PC.
[16:29] <zamba> Armand: ah
[16:29] <tawr> i thought you meant a benchmark app or something similar
[16:29] <Armand> zamba: Also, on a gigabit connection.. so it's a little unfair. :P
[16:29] <strobelight> tawr: but hey, thanks for the allow-hotplug change in interfaces
[16:30] <tawr> strobelight, sure thing bud. glad it got sorted
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[16:32] <Froolap> yeah I would like to see some benchmark programs for the rpi2, My pi B+ seems to run faster.
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[16:45] <strobelight> perhaps leave some horsepower for the kernel by using taskset: taskset -p 0xe $$
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[16:48] <zamba> how do i sync the time and date on raspberry pi?
[16:48] <zamba> it doesn't do that automatically now, it seems
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[16:49] <strobelight> ntp
[16:49] <zamba> ntp is running, but time is way off
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[16:50] <strobelight> "ntpq -p" and see if the server with an asterisk is pingable
[16:51] <zamba> it still says init
[16:51] <zamba> and no asterisk
[16:51] <strobelight> my server names too long, so if that's you too, "ntpq -pn"
[16:52] <strobelight> no asterisk, then you're ntp servers are not accessible from your network
[16:52] <strobelight> "grep server /etc/ntp.conf"
[16:53] <strobelight> "ps -ef|grep ntp" to see if ntpd running
[16:54] <zamba> ntp is running.. i guess i need some firewall magic here
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[16:55] <strobelight> for sure if you can ping the servers
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[16:56] <r3> you may also need to be sure that port 123 is open both ways on your firewall to have NTP work
[16:57] <r3> and "sudo service ntp restart" will refresh its connections
[16:57] <strobelight> the sync is also not quick, may take a minute or two
[16:58] <r3> and you can edit the /etc/ntp.conf file - USE pool.ntp.org servers!!!
[16:58] <strobelight> does your ntpd have the -g option shown on the ps listing?
[16:59] <r3> PLEASE! Everyone! use the NTP pool servers and NOT stratum 1 servers for Pis. OR really anything at home. Those poor Stratum 1 servers just get slammed with stupid requests from Jonny SkriptKiddy
[16:59] <r3> the pool servers are just as good and will still provide you with sub-second to hundreths of a second time
[17:00] <r3> (or better)
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[17:02] <strobelight> r3: 0.debian.pool.ntp.org default (plus 1,2,3), is that what you're talking about?
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[17:03] <niston> or set up a GPS receiver for NTPD to use :)
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[17:07] <r3> sure, that's one strobelight
[17:07] <r3> really any pool.ntp.org server (they automatically choose the best one for you each time ntp starts)
[17:07] <r3> see this: http://www.pool.ntp.org/en/use.html
[17:08] <zamba> r3: we have our own ntp server locally.. why shouldn't we be using that?
[17:08] <r3> you can even get windows to behave and use pool servers
[17:08] <r3> zamba: yes, you should, but THAT ntp server should talk to pool.ntp.org servers
[17:08] <strobelight> zamba: if you have local one, go ahead and use it
[17:09] <zamba> r3: or a gps source
[17:09] <zamba> r3: which ours do
[17:09] <r3> aye, with pool.ntp.org backup
[17:10] <Froolap> I have tried to get the pi to sync time from my laptop, but doesn't seem to work. the laptop can set time on my routers and cameras....
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[17:11] <tawr> why?
[17:12] <tawr> just go directly to ntp source that the laptop is using in the first place
[17:12] <Froolap> I dunno. I was hoping for suggestions
[17:12] <tawr> suggestions for what?
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[17:13] <Froolap> Well that's just it.... it's on a stand alone network that does not have access to the internet. The laptop connects to the internet once per month to adjust time and then disconnects.
[17:13] <dodokuse> o.o
[17:13] <Froolap> so the laptop is the time server for the network....
[17:14] <dodokuse> Froolap: got ntp server on lappotop¿
[17:14] <Froolap> yeah, it seems to be working for the rest of the network, just not for the pi.
[17:14] <dodokuse> what error do you get on pi?
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[17:17] <Froolap> 21 Apr 11:16:46 ntpdate[3199]: no server suitable for synchronization found
[17:17] <Froolap> I believe that is due to the time being off by decades rather than seconds.
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[17:17] <dodokuse> orly
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[17:18] <Froolap> ntpdate 192.168.xxx.xxx
[17:18] <dodokuse> did you configure it ¿
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[17:18] <dodokuse> hmm
[17:18] <tawr> Froolap, you mean .1.255 right
[17:18] <tawr> no reason to 'censor' your home network ip.. heh
[17:18] <dodokuse> he likes x's
[17:19] <Froolap> NO, I specified the ip address of the laptop.... I just don't like giving out internal ip addresses.
[17:19] <Froolap> The laptop is pingable and I can connect to other services running on the laptop.
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[17:20] <dodokuse> ntpdate -bv 192.168.xxx.xxx
[17:20] <Froolap> I'm fairly convinced it has to do with the time of the laptop being so far different from the time on the pi, that the pi rejects the time as being incorrect.
[17:20] <TheWarden> Hello
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[17:21] <dodokuse> i'm not convinced.
[17:21] <TheWarden> How does one go about building a custom Raspbian OS image?
[17:21] <strobelight> when the pi starts ntpd with -g option, it should sync no matter how far off
[17:21] <TheWarden> I could install the official Raspbian OS image and then modify it that way and then create an image of the SD card. However I'm wondering if there is a better way to go about this.
[17:22] <TheWarden> Thus far searching online seems to give me limited results. Best I found was this https://github.com/debian-pi/raspbian-ua-netinst however that doesn't work with Raspberry Pi 2.
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[17:28] <strobelight> Froolap: install netcat and see if port open: nc -v -u -w 5 -z laptop_ip 123
[17:28] <strobelight> of course odd that works for others
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[17:31] <Froolap> nvalid option....
[17:32] <Froolap> err -z invalid opt
[17:32] <strobelight> hmm, netcat-openbsd then
[17:33] <strobelight> (it's been a while)
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[17:49] <Tenkawa> greetings all
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[17:49] <Tenkawa> have I missed anything interesting?
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[17:50] <r3> ok, I am back, Froolap, are you able to get ntp to work?
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[17:50] <strobelight> Tenkawa: TheWarden wants to create a custom rasbian os image
[17:50] <r3> (I am running ntp on the latest release of raspian and it works fine)
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[17:50] <TheWarden> :-)
[17:51] <Tenkawa> strobelight: thats why I just use debian
[17:51] <Tenkawa> heheh
[17:51] <Tenkawa> if I want to change something... I change it
[17:51] <strobelight> the net install he found doesn't work on pi2, probably because the kernel images specific for it aren't there
[17:51] <Tenkawa> ouch
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[17:52] <Tenkawa> bbl... need to run some errands..
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[17:52] <r3> I was fighting with ntp and getting it to recognize a PPS (pulse per second) source on one of the GPIO pins and fighting and fighting with it to make it work
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[17:53] <r3> and then I stopped fooling with it and it worked because raspian already had it set up to be enabled/
[17:53] <strobelight> I looked into it briefly, so not 100% sure that's the case. It was something I want to do sometime in the future... I have a 32GB card, and once I'm done, want to get it as small as possible, just like a downloaded image does (resize, re config, etc.)
[17:53] <r3> so, I am happy with raspbian.
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[18:00] <fxmulder> using usb stick for the main filesystem much faster than sd card?
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[18:03] <strobelight> probably depends on the card/stick you get ;-)
[18:03] <fxmulder> average comparison
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[18:04] <strobelight> I have no experience with it here, sorry, others have used SSD drives connected to USB though for larger capacity
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[18:05] <Aichan> Hello, I'd like to control a 8 Channel relay card, using RF 433 MhZ transmitter/receiver couple, what is the best way : 8 couples or 1 couple with an intelligent device able to control the data pins according to the value sent?
[18:06] <halabund> Can the Raspberry Pi Model B (original) record sound? I see it has an audio jack. Is it only for output? Or also microphone input? Or line in?
[18:06] <Aichan> If the latter, what is the cheapest card you would recommend
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[18:14] <fxmulder> might be worth it, sd card is horrible, slow and corrupts easily
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[18:14] <Bilby> Aichan, the audio jack is output only. The wolfson card for the original B will record, or you can try a USB sound card
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[18:15] <Bilby> oh sorry, that was for halabund
[18:15] <Bilby> Aichan, you need it to be wireless?
[18:15] <halabund> Thanks Bilby !
[18:17] <Aichan> Bilby Yes I want it to be wireless
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[18:19] <Aichan> I built a multi-socket box connected to the relay card, and I'd like to be able to move the box without taking the Pi with it
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[18:20] <Bilby> ah okay... it would seem to be more simple to use one transmitter / receiver unit with an arduino or whatnot on the relay side to control logic. then just send serial strings back and fourth
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[18:20] <Bilby> it makes things easy to test, too, because you can just run it wired to test and build
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[18:23] <Aichan> I thought of something like that http://puu.sh/hlQ3s/9e921c1f64.png
[18:23] <Aichan> So that it would only take one GPIO on my Pi
[18:25] <dodokuse> you must have lots of cpu cycles to burn
[18:26] <dodokuse> or perhaps you're okay with über slow transmissions
[18:26] <dodokuse> ... or both!
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[18:27] <Aichan> dodokuse : Don't need fast trasmissions to turn on/off a lamp :p
[18:28] <dodokuse> but then you can make it turn on/off faster~
[18:28] <dodokuse> with less lag!!1
[18:28] <Aichan> Also I'm considering buying an old Pi to do that :'/
[18:28] <dodokuse> old pi is old. i know, i have one.
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[18:28] <Aichan> But that means another 50€ for the pi itself and the wifi key
[18:28] <dodokuse> $50?!?
[18:29] <Aichan> Well 35€ for the Pi + ~10€ for the usb wifi key
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[18:31] <Bilby> How quickly do you need to fire the relays, Aichan
[18:31] <Aichan> Bilby : It's really once in a while
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[18:31] <Bilby> becaues that looks totally doable and responsive even with a very slow data rate
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[18:32] <Aichan> I want to put the Pi next to a door with a motion detector and then send a signal to the relay to turn on the lamp
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[18:32] <MY123> I remember trying to use a relay at 115200bps serial
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[18:32] <MY123> It was destroyed VERY quicklu
[18:32] <MY123> *y
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[18:35] <Bilby> haha
[18:36] <Bilby> that would be insane
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[18:36] <Bilby> Aichan that should work. I don't know about the range though, you might have to run the transmitter above 3.3v to get a better range out of it
[18:37] <Bilby> but if you run a slower speed and use some sort of validation you should be fine
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[18:40] <Bilby> If you run two transmitter / receiver pairs you can get confirmation back from the receiving board as well
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[18:55] <Aichan> Bilby : Yes not a bad idea. I'll see if I can find an old Pi because wifi would be better, but as a back up idea I'll do that
[18:55] <f00bar80> Anybody got Android installed on a Pi ?, and could install wifi dongle driver ? and how to ? or does Android automatically detects and install wifi dongle driver ??
[18:57] <Bilby> Aichan an old pi or an A+ would work fine, yeah
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[19:03] <Alphard> guys, my raspi keeps disconnecting-reconnecting USB and eth0 and sometimes kernel panicking on the process
[19:03] <Alphard> is it terminally hosed? :(
[19:03] <ShorTie> need a better micro-usb cable/power supply
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[19:03] <ShorTie> most likely cable
[19:04] <Alphard> I have a 1.2A PSU here, is this usually not enough?
[19:04] <Alphard> I only have a wifi dongle and keyboard plugged on it
[19:05] <ShorTie> thats most likly ok, so i'm back to the micro-usb cable
[19:05] <TheLostAdmin> It might be a bit tight with the wifi dongle, it depends on the draw.
[19:06] <ShorTie> does it have like 2-28awg/2-24awg printed on it ??
[19:08] <Alphard> on the cable? 22awgx2c is printed on it
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[19:09] <ShorTie> ok, what model pi ??
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[19:13] <Bilby> that should be fine, assuming a good quality PSU, for any pi
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[19:13] <ShorTie> might need the current hack
[19:14] <Froolap> I have noticed on the listing of supported wifi dongles there are a few that state that a powered hub is required.
[19:14] <f00bar80> i've used raspbian on pi with a TPLK wifi dongle , and its detected and just i had to configure, why it's not detected when i tried to use Raspbmc ? any idea?
[19:14] <Alphard> ShorTie: uhh, Idk exactly, it has 256mb of RAM, SD slot, ethernet and 2 USB ports
[19:15] <Alphard> maybe it's B?
[19:16] <Bilby> sounds like an early B perhaps, or an A
[19:16] <Froolap> f00bar80: yeah..... it seems that particular dongle is not well supported. there is a driver for it but it's not maintained for current kernels. it seems that at some point the firmware was merged into raspbarian kernel and later dropped.
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[19:17] <Froolap> so it's a matter of it was supported a couple of years ago, but no longer works on corrent kernels.
[19:17] <Froolap> err current kernels
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[19:17] <ShorTie> Alphard, you most likely need a power hub then
[19:18] <Bilby> Fwiw 1.2A @ 5v with 22 AWG cables 3ft cable - 2.4% drop or 4.88v at the end. Pretty reasonable.
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[19:19] <f00bar80> Froolap, so what do you suggest ? check and get a supported wifi dongle as of the recent updated list?
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[19:19] <ShorTie> early pi's almost always need a powered hub for wifi
[19:19] <f00bar80> Froolap, so if you don't mind to point me to any , that can be automatically supported on Rasbmc
[19:19] <Alphard> so getting a beefier PSU won't help?
[19:20] <ShorTie> most likely not
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[19:21] <Alphard> oh well, okay
[19:21] <Alphard> thanks
[19:21] <Froolap> f00bar80: yesterday I would suggest that you get a supported dongle.... but ya know, yesterday there was someone on efnet that was having issues. they just reported that they got it working.... no idea as to how or which os.... as of yet.
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[19:22] <f00bar80> Froolap, OpenElec, is gonna to be the same issue with this dongle?
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[19:23] <Froolap> f00bar80: I'm far from a guru or able to speak with authority.... all I can say is that for about 10 bucks you can get a dongle that is supported. how much headaches in fixing is worth the 10 bucks?
[19:24] <karlton> f00bar80: the issue probably isn't the dongle, but kernel driver being missing
[19:24] <karlton> rarpberrypi kernel maintainers like to throw devices in and out a lot
[19:24] <karlton> s/rarpberrypi/raspberrypi/
[19:25] <Froolap> I know that there was a driver that would not complie against current kernels and the driver doesn't appear to be maintained,
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[19:25] <karlton> probably would then have to compile an older kernel then
[19:26] <karlton> or fix the code yourself
[19:26] <Tach[Away]> any idea why I keep getting a rainbow coloured square appearing at the top right of my display on the pi 2?
[19:27] <karlton> I know mine didn't work when 3.18 came out but now it does, before I just compile previous version of the kernel
[19:27] <f00bar80> http://elinux.org/RPi_USB_Wi-Fi_Adapters < so this is considered to be recent updated list of the supported wifi adapters and covers Raspbmc ?
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[19:31] <methuzla> Tach[Away] under-voltage warning
[19:31] <Tach[Away]> oh that's pretty nice, that it can alert me in that way
[19:32] <methuzla> https://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/viewtopic.php?f=29&t=82373
[19:32] <Tach[Away]> although less nice that I'll have to dig out a better PSU
[19:33] <Tach[Away]> curious that only playing gba games seems to trigger it
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[19:37] <karlton> f00bar80: maybe try to find the name of the driver and see which kernel still supports it?
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[19:37] <xMopxShell> Anyone know a store that would carry odd sized screws? Im trying to find some M2 x 15mm and nuts
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[19:37] <xMopxShell> preferably brick and mortar… trying to avoid shipping
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[19:37] <xMopxShell> oh shoot wrong channel :)
[19:37] <ShorTie> try a hobby shop
[19:38] <Bilby> lol
[19:38] <Bilby> where was that meant for? XD
[19:38] <xMopxShell> #reprap
[19:38] <Bilby> ahaha
[19:38] <Bilby> very jealous. 3D printer is on my wishlists for projects
[19:38] <xMopxShell> Bilby: i got a kit for under 4 hundred. Very decent given the price
[19:39] <xMopxShell> they only forgot a few parts :)
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[19:47] <chipmadness> can a Pi 2 run a minecraft server?
[19:47] <chipmadness> decently
[19:47] <chipmadness> with around 16 people
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[19:51] <MY123> chipmadness, Even if I don't know what's Minecraft, I heard that it worked decently on a Pi1
[19:51] <Bilby> xMopxShell cool
[19:51] <MY123> It should only be better on a 2
[19:52] <chipmadness> MY123 interesting.....
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[19:52] <chipmadness> anyone here have experience with minecraft server here?
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[19:52] <TheLostAdmin> chipmadness, only to the extent that I looked at how to install one once and decided not to.
[19:53] <Armand> chipmadness: Needs moar RAM
[19:53] <chipmadness> What about Teamspeak server?
[19:53] <chipmadness> teamspeak servers i guess dont take much
[19:53] <karlton> chipmadness: only minetest
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[19:54] <chipmadness> Teamspeak anyone?
[19:54] <chipmadness> will that work fine on Pi 2?
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[19:55] <karlton> mumble
[19:55] <TheLostAdmin> even less knowledge of teamspeak than my lack of knowledge of minecraft.
[19:55] <MY123> chipmadness, x86 != ARM
[19:55] <karlton> teamspeak is proprietary so you must ask if they have binaries for arm
[19:55] <MY123> karlton, or paying 30$ for Exagear...
[19:56] <MY123> Which is nearly as much as the cost of a Pi
[19:56] <karlton> but mumble should work, although I haven't tested it
[19:56] <chipmadness> exagear?
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[20:02] <chipmadness> i just dont want to pay for digitalocean
[20:02] <chipmadness> $10 a month for 1gb of ram is stupid
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[20:09] <shiftplusone> chipmadness, high end computers struggle to run 16 people servers, especially when you start adding plugins.
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[20:10] <shiftplusone> I ended up running mine from a ramdisk to get the most out of it, and that was a 10 people server, running on a VPS much more powerful than a pi.
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[20:11] <ali1234> indeed, minecraft is extremely CPU intensive
[20:12] <karlton> consider running minetest instead which is written in C++/lua and not java plus it is freesoftware
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[20:13] <ali1234> does the pi2 have jazelle?
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[20:13] <MY123> ali1234, no Jazelle (ThumbEE instead)
[20:14] <ali1234> does ThumbEE accelerate java?
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[20:14] <MY123> ali1234, it can make it faster when used
[20:14] <ali1234> and if so is it possible for open source JREs to use it?
[20:17] <MY123> yeah, unlike Jazelle
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[20:21] <SineDeviance> hi all!
[20:22] <SineDeviance> we ordered a pi 2, model B to try out as a looping video kiosk. omxplayer seems to do the job admirably with the --loop switch, but it flickers when it loops and there is no stretching
[20:23] <SineDeviance> is there anything better we could use to do this? i wanted to try VLC but it doesn't seem to work on the pi
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[20:31] <Bilby> I got the binaryemotions kiosk distro and used that, works great for me.
[20:31] <Bilby> http://www.binaryemotions.com/raspberry-video/download.html 6.90 euro
[20:31] <ali1234> seamless looping video on a hardware player is tricky
[20:32] <ali1234> you need to turn it into a continuous stream before feeding it in
[20:32] <ali1234> trying to seamlessly play a bunch of different format clips is even harder
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[20:34] <Bilby> Depending on number and length of videos I'd probably stitch them together into a longer one that only loops once an hour or less
[20:36] <ali1234> that wasn't an option for me because i had to upload the clips over a 56k GPRS connection
[20:37] <ali1234> and we had to pay something like £1 per MB
[20:37] <Bilby> ah, ouch
[20:37] <ali1234> this was 10 years ago mind
[20:38] <ali1234> today it would be no problem with (relatively) cheap 4G
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[20:42] <Bilby> just how remote was this thing that Pound/Mb @ 56k was the best option XD
[20:43] <ali1234> it was on wheels lol
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[20:52] <Bilby> This is neat https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p6oYaFweigc
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[20:55] <SineDeviance> ali1234: that's not true at all. VLC does it perfectly on an x86 machine, we tested it last night.
[20:56] <ali1234> VLC is not a hardware decoder
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[20:56] <SineDeviance> ali1234: yes but it takes advantage of hardware decoders
[20:56] <ali1234> incidentally, that's why it doesn't work on the pi; it's far too slow to play video without using the hardware decoder
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[20:57] <SineDeviance> VLC actually does work on the pi, it's just a convoluted process to get it working
[20:57] <ali1234> yes, it involves rebuilding it with support for the hardware decoder... and then it will flicker when the clip changes... etc
[20:57] <SineDeviance> okay
[20:57] <SineDeviance> that really makes no sense at all, but ok
[20:58] <SineDeviance> i don't see why we can get a 1080p video to play on VLC on an AMD 2650 dual core @ 1.45ghz, but the same is not possible on a Pi 2 with a 1ghz quad
[20:59] <SineDeviance> to play and loop correctly*
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[21:00] <ali1234> because in order to seamlessly loop a video it has to be dynamically remuxed into an endless stream, and omxplayer is not capable of doing that
[21:01] <SineDeviance> ali1234: i understand that. but surely OMXplayer is not the only one available for the pi that can make full use of the hardware decoder?
[21:01] <ali1234> your easiest path is probably to do it with gstreamer and then feed to output in to omxplayer, assuming it can handle a stream
[21:01] <dodokuse> it can.
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[21:04] <SineDeviance> Bilby: can we add things to raspberry video? we're trying to build kiosks that can be updated remotely
[21:04] <ali1234> you might be able to do it entirely with gstreamer if you can get the gst-imx sink to work
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[21:05] <Bilby> SineDeviance yeah if you look on the page it gives you several options. You can run the video files remotely and just make a bash script to reboot once a day and update, for isntance
[21:05] <SineDeviance> Bilby: well we can put the vids on the SD card, that's no problem. i meant more along the lines of running VNC and FTP servers on the distro :D
[21:07] <SineDeviance> if it's based on raspbian that's fine, but it doesn't say
[21:08] <Bilby> I think it is, you can send the guy a message to verify
[21:08] <SineDeviance> Bilby: thanks, we may look into it :D
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[21:08] <Bilby> Yep. there are a bunch of kiosk options out there but that is simple and it works pretty well
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[21:09] <SineDeviance> i guess the next time i have access i'll just try to build VLC with hardware support. that's what we really need. once that's done, i'll just make an image of the SD card for our production units
[21:09] <SineDeviance> Bilby: if you only load one video in the list, when the video loops does it flicker?
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[21:11] <Bilby> The version I've used was just for photos (used it to display info billboards and photos in a mix)
[21:11] <Bilby> I'd imagine it's pretty seamless
[21:11] <SineDeviance> nevermind, just found this! http://w.xuv.be/projects/raspi_video_loop
[21:11] <SineDeviance> i think we'll be all set now :D
[21:11] <Bilby> coo
[21:11] <Bilby> you can always download the demo version
[21:11] <SineDeviance> thanks guys
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[21:12] <SineDeviance> Bilby: true, yeah. but really, money is a factor so we're trying to cut costs wherever we can, yknow?
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[21:12] <SineDeviance> if i can build us a system image that does the job and doesn't cost anything, that's the way we want to go
[21:12] <Bilby> I know how it is
[21:13] <Bilby> After a while I was like $10 is cheaper than the time i spend whacking at the thing lol
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[21:15] <SineDeviance> Bilby: i hear you :D
[21:16] <SineDeviance> the good thing about images is that i only have to spend that time once :D
[21:16] <SineDeviance> it takes like ... 5 minutes to restore an image with clonezilla
[21:16] <SineDeviance> my thinkpad has an SD slot built right in and so is perfect for the job'
[21:17] <SineDeviance> if this doesn't work we'll just look at mini-ITX instead, i guess. cheap microATX works fine but it's too large
[21:17] <SineDeviance> we really want something we can mount directly to the display
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[21:18] <Bilby> I evaluated ~ 5 digital display board software packages last fall and found a few that worked well, so i just use those. No retreading new territory without reason, software evaluation is a pain d'butt
[21:20] <SineDeviance> i'm used to building linux systems from scratch so i prefer to go that route, it's just hard to find packages that have been compiled for the pi
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[21:21] <dodokuse> compile it yerself
[21:21] <SineDeviance> er when i say from scratch, i mean from base system. not compile-install :D
[21:21] <SineDeviance> dodokuse: yeha
[21:21] <dodokuse> ... oh
[21:21] <dodokuse> yee-haw
[21:21] <SineDeviance> heh
[21:21] <dodokuse> moar archlinux, moaaaar!~
[21:21] <SineDeviance> noooo
[21:21] <dodokuse> yesssssh
[21:22] <SineDeviance> actually, on the x86 systems we're gonna be using for interactive displays, running lubuntu seems to work really well
[21:22] <SineDeviance> saves a ton of build time and we need the x environment anyways
[21:23] <SineDeviance> ubuntu base comes with a lot of crap we'd need anyways and it takes like five seconds to apt-get purge the packages we don't need
[21:23] <dodokuse> ewwbuntu.
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[21:24] <SineDeviance> i generally agree that desktop-based 'buntus are crap. but ubuntu server is actually pretty solid, and lubuntu works well for hardware that is on the lower end but needs graphics
[21:24] <SineDeviance> if i was going to use a linux desktop day to day, i'd use mint or elementary
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[21:28] <SpeakerToMeat> There's no "simple" way to make omxplayer work on a non-pi, right?
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[21:37] <Technicus> I am following < http://aron.ws/projects/lirc_rpi/openelec_howto.html >, after I reboot and try `irw` it does nothing. How do I find out what is wrong?
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[22:14] <c1b3rh4ck> Hi everybody
[22:14] <c1b3rh4ck> I'm starting using the raspberrypi board
[22:14] <c1b3rh4ck> and I've a few questions
[22:15] <Encrypt> c1b3rh4ck, Don't ask to ask, just ask ;)
[22:15] <Kryczek> ask, don't ask to ask ;)
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[22:15] <strobelight> ditto
[22:16] <strobelight> we may have a few answers
[22:16] <pksato> but, first read faq or other documentation. :)
[22:16] <strobelight> but we cant read your mind
[22:16] <c1b3rh4ck> What's the effect of Ctrl+ alt+ del
[22:17] <strobelight> did you try it?
[22:17] <c1b3rh4ck> I just press that during my first installation and the raspberry turn off , the thing is after that it
[22:17] <c1b3rh4ck> doesn't turn on any more
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[22:18] <Encrypt> Ctrl + Alt + Del = reboot
[22:18] <strobelight> so your sd card got corrupted
[22:18] <strobelight> start over
[22:18] <strobelight> and dont do that
[22:18] <Encrypt> c1b3rh4ck, Sorry for you, that's not Windows© :D
[22:18] <c1b3rh4ck> In fact I use debian
[22:18] <strobelight> it's a "when all else fails"
[22:18] <c1b3rh4ck> from a long time, supporting a few packages
[22:19] <c1b3rh4ck> Anyway will go to check the sd file
[22:19] <c1b3rh4ck> s
[22:19] <Technicus> irw /dev/lirc0 connection refused
[22:19] <pksato> ctrl+alt+del tel init to start reboot proccess, safe umount all mounted devices.
[22:20] <strobelight> Technicus: perhaps folks on this channel aren't familiar with openelec, I know I'm not.
[22:20] * Gu_______ is now known as doomlord
[22:20] <Technicus> . . . .ugg . . .
[22:21] <strobelight> you could try to ask earlier in the day in case folks on the other side of the pond might be
[22:22] <strobelight> or, perhaps there's a #openelec channel?
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[22:41] <krissrex> I can't get i2c to work on my pi 2 B with NOOBS. Could someone help me? I've done what should be required; /boot/config.txt, /etc/module and /etc/modprobe.d/raspi-blacklist.conf. But /dev/i2c* is still missing.
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[22:42] <shiftplusone> krissrex, pastebin the content of those files and lsmod.
[22:42] <krissrex> shiftplusone: will do, give me a minute.
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[22:51] <krissrex> Here you go, shiftplusone http://pastebin.com/Gpgj87qJ
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[22:53] <krissrex> The pi has updated software from apt-get update && apt-get upgrade && apt-get dist-upgrade, ran today, if that is relevant. It has not run rpi-update.
[22:54] <shiftplusone> i2c1 and i2c_arm is a little redundant, but probably shouldn't cause issues.
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[22:54] <shiftplusone> And no, don't run rpi-update.
[22:54] <c1b3rh4ck> I have check the sd card it's pretty strange because it was empty
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[22:54] <shiftplusone> anything interesting in dmesg?
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[22:54] <c1b3rh4ck> ** checked
[22:54] <krissrex> any specifig words to grep for in dmesg, shiftplusone ?
[22:55] <shiftplusone> maybe pastebin the whole lot along with vcgendbg log msg.
[22:55] <shiftplusone> or was it just vcdbg... whatever tab completion says.
[22:56] <strobelight> c1b3rh4ck: you'll need to re-image your sd card, when it starts it should show a config screen for your customization
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[23:00] * strobelight is calling it a day, until tomorrow
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[23:01] <f00bar80> in NOOBS if i installed Rasbmc how to reboot and install OpenElec ?
[23:01] <krissrex> shiftplusone: here is dmesg: http://pastebin.com/7DqyamCA . I am unfamiliar with vcdbg, and it only says "vcdbg - no command specified", and has no 'man' entry.
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[23:06] <shiftplusone> vcdbg log msg
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[23:08] <shiftplusone> but yeah, everything looks good so far, apart from the missing i2c dev nodes.
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[23:09] <KapitanF> I have raspberry pi 2 and it is coool
[23:10] <Froolap> plug it in and run something on it and it will warm up.
[23:10] <Brutussss> hehe
[23:11] <Brutussss> mine hasn't been hot yet, or even warm
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[23:11] <Froolap> you aren't supposed to keep it in the fridge.....
[23:11] <Brutussss> ohhhh
[23:12] <Brutussss> well it's actually because I received my PSU today and I need to figure out how to connect it
[23:12] <Froolap> just because it's pi doesn't mean that it must be refrigerated.
[23:12] <KapitanF> exist underclock
[23:12] <Brutussss> I tried to eat it but it didn't taste like raspberry's either
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[23:12] <KapitanF> i have all instaled
[23:13] * ozzzy keeps his pi frozen until he wants to use it
[23:13] <Brutussss> why did I leave my multimeter at my friends place?
[23:13] <Brutussss> grr
[23:13] <fxmulder> make ARCH=arm CROSS_COMPILE=${CCPREFIX} -C /usr/src/linux-headers-3.18.0-trunk-rpi M=$(PWD) modules; does this look right for building a kernel module on Linux raspberrypi 3.18.7+
[23:13] <Froolap> I should get some cake
[23:13] <f00bar80> ppl any comment ?
[23:13] <fxmulder> I'm getting Error: could not insert module testmod1.ko: Invalid module format
[23:13] <fxmulder> when I try to insmod
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[23:14] <Brutussss> check /var/log/messages or journalctl
[23:14] <Brutussss> depending on the system used
[23:14] <fred1807> Who is running MPD on a headless RasPi ?
[23:14] <krissrex> shiftplusone: I struggle getting vcdbg log msg to a file. I am using ssh. It refuses to use stdout, so both "sudo vcdbg log msg > vc.txt" and "sudo vcdbg log msg | cat > vc.txt" fail. I copied from my shell, so the text is wrapped: http://pastebin.com/kckykmUW
[23:14] <KapitanF> testmod1.o is not ko
[23:14] <Froolap> f00bar80: I don't know if this helps or applies to you. the only reply that I got was: i do believe the fix occured when a local 'maker' ran sudo apt-get install locate; sudo updatedb
[23:15] <Froolap> don't ask me what that means.....
[23:15] <shiftplusone> krissrex, try > vc.txt 2>&1
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[23:15] <Brutussss> Froolap: that doesn't make sense
[23:16] <KapitanF> exit
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[23:16] <Brutussss> sudo apt-get update && locate ???? && sudo updatedb
[23:16] <Froolap> Brutussss: f00bar80was having issues with a wireless dongle that apparently the firmware was moded into kernel and later dropped.
[23:16] <Brutussss> unless you are trying to locate ;
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[23:17] <Froolap> I don't run raspbarian so I don't know apt-get
[23:18] <Brutussss> the syntax of the sentence is wrong, that was my point ;)
[23:18] <Froolap> and I can't say that I know anything about device tree other than it's rumored to exist
[23:18] <Brutussss> lol
[23:19] <Brutussss> and I *should* know this
[23:19] <Froolap> as for the [maker] processes in ps -ef.... I see them but don't know what they are doing. I hope they aren't being bad.\
[23:19] <krissrex> shiftplusone: thank you, it worked. Here is vcdbg: http://pastebin.com/CZE5jpVY
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[23:20] <Brutussss> Froolap: I didn't see his original comment though. even scrolled ack for it.
[23:20] <shiftplusone> krissrex, that's promising... looks like the config.txt option isn't being read.
[23:20] <shiftplusone> what does 'mount' say?
[23:20] <Froolap> that's likely because it's a carry over from yesterday. :)
[23:20] <Brutussss> ahhhhhh
[23:20] <Brutussss> that makes sense
[23:21] <Brutussss> f00bar80: are you able to use it right after reboot?
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[23:21] <Froolap> there's a guy on efnet that I think has the same dongle, it's a tp-something, and they were having identical problems.
[23:21] <Brutussss> Froolap: the last comment before the any comment was how to install openelec on his pi
[23:22] <krissrex> shiftplusone: That seems strange. Do you have a suggestion for fixing it? Here is mount: http://pastebin.com/sjHThTqr
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[23:24] <Froolap> <f00bar80> http://elinux.org/RPi_USB_Wi-Fi_Adapters < so this is considered to be recent updated list of the supported wifi adapters and covers Raspbmc ?........ that's the only l;ist that I know of
[23:24] <c1b3rh4ck> Nice, It's it working thank you guys
[23:24] <c1b3rh4ck> it seems that the files were corrupted
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[23:24] <shiftplusone> krissrex, okay, /boot is in the right place..... what happens if you have just the one dtparam line in there? (dtparam=i2c_arm=on)
[23:25] <krissrex> I tried that before adding the i2c1. I also tried swapping their order in the config. No change.
[23:27] <shiftplusone> dtparam=i2c_arm=on ?
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[23:28] <shiftplusone> but I'm starting to think maybe rpi-update is worth a shot. =/
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[23:28] <krissrex> shiftplusone: What was your last question? I did not understand. I did start out with only dtparam=i2c_arm=on of the two dtparams.
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[23:29] <shiftplusone> oh yeah, sorry, I thought it was just 'dtparam=i2c_arm' in your config.txt (which should also work, but I'm out of ideas)
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[23:30] <shiftplusone> other than trying the recovery partition config.txt, but... that shouldn't be a thing.
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[23:35] <krissrex> shiftplusone: The i2c device should show up in /dev/ even if nothing is connected to the GPIO pins, right?
[23:35] <shiftplusone> yes
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[23:40] <fred1807> I have this PHP/html files, that use jquery to get 'now playing' information from a shoutcast server and then show a web page with artist image from Last.fm, artist bio, and lyrics from current song. But would like to adapt it to instead of shoutcast, get the info from MPD (linux music player deamon)
[23:40] <fred1807> idea is to make raspberry a bueatiful music player,
[23:40] <fred1807> with http output of whats playing / artist image, and such
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[23:44] <Kryczek> fred1807: have a look at http://www.woutervanwijk.nl/pimusicbox/
[23:45] <krissrex> shiftplusone: I tried disabling the device tree now, but it did not fix it. Strange issue. The config is executed, as I changed the overscan setting and it did get applied.
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[23:59] <gho> hi is there any way to find out if the pi mpeg licence loaded okay?

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