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IRC Log for 2015-04-22

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[0:04] <fred1807> What is the minimum I have to install on raspberry to serve a html page with some css and .js scripts? Only nginx is enough?
[0:05] <Toofle> if you want a really light web
[0:05] <Toofle> you can try Lighttpd
[0:05] <Toofle> but yeah, any of those will suffice
[0:05] <fred1807> Toofle: I was reading about nginx vs lightpd... and it seems nginx in lighter?
[0:05] <fred1807> *is
[0:05] <Toofle> oh i don't know 100% sure
[0:05] <fred1807> yes I want the smaller footprint
[0:05] <Toofle> i've only worked with lighttpd
[0:06] <pksato> no, both are heavy. :)
[0:06] <Toofle> what would you suggest pksato ?
[0:06] <fred1807> ajax script will work too, out of the box, with only nginx (or lightpd) ?
[0:07] <Froolap> apatchy
[0:07] <Bilby> I mean... none of them are what you'd call "heavy"
[0:08] <Bilby> it's all based on what your traffic is like. If your machine is so loaded that the failure point is lighttpd vs apache
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[0:08] <pksato> have many low profile http servers. what use? depend of you needs.
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[0:09] <krissrex> fred1807: if you have python installed, you could try "python -m SimpleHTTPServer"
[0:10] <pksato> nginx and lightpd widely used on big sites.
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[0:12] <fred1807> pksato: This is for home use :D
[0:13] <fred1807> server load = 1 connection :p
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[0:15] <Toofle> fred1807 if it's for home use it doesn't matter which one you pick :) you'll be fine :)
[0:15] <pksato> mini-httpd
[0:16] <fred1807> Toofle: But it is also a question to get most low profile possible
[0:16] <fred1807> I am going for a Yocto personalized install, the system should have a total of 90mb :D
[0:16] <pksato> micro-httpd
[0:17] <fred1807> pksato: Nice, will look into it. Should it handle html with .js / css, and even ajax ok?
[0:17] <pksato> yes
[0:17] <pksato> any server side static files
[0:17] <pksato> ang cgi.
[0:18] <Toofle> from mini to micro xD
[0:19] <pksato> http://acme.com/software/mini_httpd/ (see foot to more options)
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[0:28] <fred1807> that awk http server is nice hum
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[0:34] <shiftplusone> fred1807, things like js and css are client side. You don't even need a server for those things, just open a .html file directly. As far as AJAX goes, you only need a server to reply to the requests, which they can all do, since it's standard get/post stuff. The thing is that you probably want to do some processing rather than send static replies. That's where the backend really comes in and you can use things like python, php or even
[0:34] <shiftplusone> bash. Again, any server shouldn't struggle handling that sort of thing.
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[0:35] <ali1234> haserl is fun
[0:35] <imbezol> even a raspi server handling thousands of simultaneous requests processing large datasets?
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[0:36] <shiftplusone> imbezol, "server load = 1 connection" doesn't seem to match that description. No, once you start doing silly things like running badly written code on badly implemented databases on platforms not designed to handle those things, you start running into trouble.
[0:37] <ali1234> can i swap the power and activity LEDs with device tree?
[0:38] <shiftplusone> nope
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[0:39] <ali1234> can i disable the power LED entirely?
[0:39] <shiftplusone> yup, by making the relevant pin an output
[0:39] <shiftplusone> and driving it... low... I think.
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[0:42] <shiftplusone> GPIO35
[0:43] <ali1234> it's not shown on the schematic
[0:44] <shiftplusone> Nope, I got that info from here https://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/viewtopic.php?f=29&t=82373.
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[0:45] <ali1234> when the gpio35 is an input, you can read it's state to detect undervoltage condition, right?
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[0:48] <shiftplusone> yeah, that sounds right.
[0:48] <ali1234> then it must be connected between the resistor and the LED
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[0:49] <ahop> Is there a way to access directly SDIO on the Pi?
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[0:50] <ali1234> yes, see https://www.raspberrypi.org/documentation/hardware/raspberrypi/bcm2835/BCM2835-ARM-Peripherals.pdf page 65
[0:50] <CoJaBo> sdio?
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[0:51] <ahop> ali1234 thanks
[0:51] <ahop> Is there 2 SDIO ?
[0:51] <ahop> or just 1 ?
[0:51] <ali1234> just one and it is used for the SD card
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[0:52] <ahop> hum...
[0:52] <ahop> so only way to connect second SD
[0:52] <ahop> is 1) USB or 2) SPI ?
[0:52] <ahop> is there a 3) ?
[0:52] <ali1234> yes
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[0:53] <ali1234> is the i2c_arm the same as what the documentation refers to as SDA1/CL1/BSC master 1?
[0:54] <ahop> yes about "is there a 3)" ?
[0:54] <ali1234> no
[0:54] <ahop> ok
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[0:54] <ahop> SPI -> will be slow, right?
[0:54] <ali1234> not particularly
[0:54] <shiftplusone> i2c_arm is an alias for either i2c0 or i2c1, depending on the pi. On the early pi, they were swapped around and i2c0 was exposed on gpio. Now i2c1 is.
[0:54] <ali1234> SD cards are already dirt slow
[0:55] <ali1234> which one does the firmware use?
[0:55] <ahop> ali1234 I read the limit is around 1.5 MB/sec
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[0:55] <shiftplusone> on the current pis, the firmware uses i2c0 (and is aliased as i2c_vc)
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[0:56] <ahop> ali1234 I just wrote this: http://www.samplerbox.org/article/sourcingcomponents
[0:56] <ahop> do you think it's correct, or you have another idea?
[0:56] <ali1234> if i ask device tree for "i2c_arm" and then put my SD card in to an old pi, will i get /dev/i2c0?
[0:56] <ali1234> or is it dynamically renamed?
[0:57] <ali1234> put another way: do the dev names always match the definitions in the documentation?
[0:58] <shiftplusone> If I understand your question, yes.
[0:58] <ali1234> ahop: i think it is pointless to add an SD card slot to the pi when it already has one
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[0:59] <ali1234> shiftplusone: when i refer to doumentation i mean https://www.raspberrypi.org/documentation/hardware/raspberrypi/bcm2835/BCM2835-ARM-Peripherals.pdf section 3
[0:59] <ahop> ali1234: it's an embedded device: http://samplerbox.org/
[0:59] <shiftplusone> ahop, sourcing components? Nah! https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/175702/SD.jpg
[0:59] <ahop> one SD for OS (internal)
[0:59] <ahop> and one SD for user storage (external) : http://gget.it/y0nmfj35/samplerbox.jpg
[1:00] <ahop> shiftplusone nice :)
[1:00] <ahop> what interface does this picture use?
[1:00] <ahop> how do you connect it to the Pi?
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[1:00] <shiftplusone> sdio, but it was connected to an stm32f4, not a pi.
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[1:01] <ahop> hum ok
[1:01] <ahop> but how to connect to a Pi?
[1:01] <ahop> => SPI (slow, I have seen many topics about this) or USB
[1:01] <ahop> :)
[1:01] <shiftplusone> I'd just use USB
[1:01] <ahop> yes I'll do that
[1:01] <shiftplusone> well, I do use USB microsd adapter on the pi all the time.
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[1:01] <ahop> that's the conclusion of the article:
[1:02] <ahop> http://www.samplerbox.org/article/sourcingcomponents
[1:02] <ahop> using a USB SD module
[1:02] <ahop> shiftplusone STM32F4, possible to have large RAM?
[1:03] <ahop> as extension?
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[1:03] <shiftplusone> Maybe, but keep in mind it doesn't run linux. It's all bare metal ARM.
[1:03] <ahop> yes
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[1:04] <ahop> bare metal would be fine
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[1:04] <ahop> 1 GB ram possible or not?
[1:04] <otyugh> can a rpi be a mumble client ?
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[1:04] <shiftplusone> Don't take my word for it about the RAM, I have no idea. I only vaguely remember there being some interface to add extra memory, but I've never used it.
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[1:04] <otyugh> I got some strange error about speex
[1:05] <ahop> ok
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[1:06] <ahop> shiftplusone which USB microsd adapter do you use on pi?
[1:07] <shiftplusone> I've got a big bag of these ones http://lib.store.yahoo.net/lib/memorysuppliers/kh-Micro-SD-Adapter-USB-Icon.jpg
[1:07] <shiftplusone> they're terrible
[1:07] <ali1234> the one i use gets hot enough to burn you
[1:08] <ahop> :)
[1:08] <ahop> really?
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[1:08] <shiftplusone> these ones are just terrible in the sense that they're mechanically unreliable.
[1:08] <ali1234> it gets even hotter than my wifi
[1:08] <ali1234> which gets so hot that it just stops working
[1:08] <ahop> Let's hope this one will be easy to mount in my embedded box: http://cdn.pollin.de/article/xtrabig/X722389.JPG
[1:09] <ahop> it's normal SD, not µSD
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[1:23] <Bilby> I've literally never heard of an SD card reader getting hot
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[1:24] <Bilby> I mean, it has one tiny microchip in there
[1:24] <CoJaBo> Sucky ones can
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[1:25] <Bilby> I have an SD reader in my laptop and a micro->sd adapter. I think i have a usb reader too, somewhere. still, odd to me that it would get hot. THere's not enough current there to -have- waste heat
[1:26] <Bilby> CCCP card reader - runs on tubes!
[1:30] <ozzzy> mmmm tubes
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[1:31] <ozzzy> amps and preamps should all be tube based by law
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[2:12] <Xark> ozzzy: Hmm, maybe you can make a class D amp from tubes? :)
[2:16] * CoJaBo has a bunch of tubes
[2:16] <CoJaBo> a series of them, in fact
[2:18] * plugwash remembers one article that claimed that the differences between tube amps and fet amps were mostly down to the different toplogies typically used rather than any difference in behaviour between fets and tubes
[2:19] * CoJaBo should make something with them
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[2:21] <ozzzy> Xark, not impossible..... ~The “D” is simply the next letter in
[2:21] <ozzzy> the alphabet after “C.” Indeed, the earliest work on class-D amplifiers involved vacuum tubes and
[2:21] <ozzzy> can be traced to the early 1950s
[2:23] <Xark> Interesting. No mention of history on Wikipedia (for class-D amp).
[2:24] <Xark> It does say "transistors (usually MOSFET)"...
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[2:26] <ozzzy> http://users.ece.gatech.edu/mleach/ece4435/f01/ClassD2.pdf
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[2:27] <plugwash> http://www.gtlab.net/gtlab2/filemanager/userpix/igor/fet_power_amp.pdf
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[2:35] <shiftplusone> plugwash, when moving packages to jessie, is it best to recompile or not? I'm seeing different people take different approaches. It seems like Debian itself likes things to be compiled under sid and then the same binaries are used everywhere where that version is applicable. Yet, I'm seeing people provide wheezy and jessie packages of the same versions of software as well.
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[2:36] <plugwash> you like asking complex questions don't you..........
[2:36] <shiftplusone> heh, maybe.
[2:37] <shiftplusone> more of a debian-mentors question?
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[2:37] <plugwash> First I will answer how debian itself is developed
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[2:39] <plugwash> Normally in debian new versions are uploaded to sid, after waiting for a migration period and various other checks they migrate from sid to testing, they are not rebuilt as part of this migration but as a general rule sid and testing should be fairly close
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[2:39] <shiftplusone> on the same page so far
[2:39] <kisak> anyone know what noobs is doing while it sits at [The install process will begin shortly.]?
[2:40] <shiftplusone> kisak, I don't know for sure, but I'm guessing it's setting up the partitions?
[2:40] <shiftplusone> shrinking the fat32, adding new ones and such...
[2:40] <kisak> it is a fresh 64gb card
[2:40] <plugwash> At some point a freeze process starts during which the criteria for migration to testing are gradually tightened. Going via sid is still the preffered way to make updates at this point.
[2:41] <kisak> shrinking the fat32 happens on first boot, before the options to select distros
[2:41] <shiftplusone> kisak, ah, true. Well, you can always check the source, there's not much of it.
[2:42] <plugwash> Eventually a release happens, stable becomes oldstable, testing becomes stable and a new testing is created as a copy of the previous testing
[2:42] <kisak> shiftplusone: happen to know a reasonable timeout for it to do it's thing?
[2:42] <kisak> I'm guessing it can't be more than 20 minutes
[2:43] <shiftplusone> kisak, yeah 20 minutes doesn't sound reasonable.
[2:43] <plugwash> Changes to a stable release after it is made are VERY restricted but when they are made they are built under the stable release in question. There is also a route to make uploads to testing that are built in testing but it's use is discouraged.
[2:45] <shiftplusone> plugwash, yup, with you so far.
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[2:47] <plugwash> From time to time packages need to be rebuilt due to new major versions of libaries. In debian if this is done without source changes it is known as a "binnmu" and results in packages with a binary version ending in +b<something>
[2:48] <kisak> plugwash: who are you teaching?
[2:49] * shiftplusone raises hand.
[2:49] * kisak sits in
[2:49] <shiftplusone> the +b part is new info for me.
[2:50] <plugwash> Like source uploads binnmus are normally done in sid and allowed to migrate to testing, it is possible to do them in other releases but it's not considered "normal" to do so.
[2:52] <kisak> in debian, it's not normal for any supporting libraries to be bumped, just have security updates backported and rebuilt in place
[2:52] <shiftplusone> But in general, it sounds like the build environment should be the environment it will be introduced in. If the package is meant for sid, build in sid. If it's a security update for a package in stable, rebuild in stable.
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[2:53] <shiftplusone> kisak, I think that only applies to stable. I'm sure libraries are bumped a fair bit in unstable.
[2:54] <kisak> right, not-sid debian
[2:54] <plugwash> shiftplusone, Right, that is how Debian does it.
[2:54] <plugwash> However debian doesn't systematically rebuild stuff if there are no library or other issues demanding the rebuild, so some binaries in Debian can stick arround for a long time.
[2:55] * plugwash doesn't have one to hand right now but is fairly sure he has seen cases where the same binary was in oldstable, stable, testing and unstable
[2:55] <shiftplusone> is it relatively safe to assume that packages built under wheezy will just work in jessie then? At least safe enough to base an experimental jessie repo on and then deal with issues as they appear?
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[2:56] <kisak> I would not make that assumption
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[2:56] <kisak> out of tree, I would take the wheezy package and do the rebuild procedure
[2:57] <plugwash> shiftplusone, if their dependencies are satisfied they should work.
[2:57] <shiftplusone> kisak, for everything? that seems excessive.
[2:57] <plugwash> shiftplusone, personally I'd say the first thing to do is to go through the repo categorising stuff.
[2:57] <kisak> shiftplusone: no, just for whatever fringe package did not get moved to jessie upstream
[2:58] <plugwash> many of the packages will be able to be categorised as simple backports that can be dropped.
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[2:59] <plugwash> some will have changes that will need to be forward-ported to the jessie version.
[2:59] <shiftplusone> that's the plan
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[3:00] <shiftplusone> what do you mean by repo categorising stuff though?
[3:00] <plugwash> I mean go through every source package in the repository
[3:00] <plugwash> and work out what category it fits into
[3:00] <kisak> timeout hit for that dialog
[3:01] <shiftplusone> ah yeah. I wasn't planning to just blindly add all the packages in wheezy to jessie. I guess I should've clarified that I was only asking about the case where the same version and dependencies apply.
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[3:02] <plugwash> Personally if the dependencies look ok then i'd add the existing binaries to the repo, you can always rebuild later if it turns out you need to.
[3:03] <shiftplusone> excellent
[3:03] <kisak> I'm seeing very faint signs of noobs doing microsd actions this time
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[3:08] <kisak> I might not have been looking close enough ... it was so faint it's not visible from 1 meter away
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[3:08] <fred1807> How do I setup a host name on raspberry, so I can enter something like: myraspberry.local instead of its ip? Is this what they call "bonjour" ?
[3:09] <Anorion> as root
[3:09] <Anorion> echo "mycoolhostname" > /etc/hostname
[3:09] <kisak> that's a per distro question, but in general, you set the hostname in /etc/hostname
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[3:10] <kisak> bonjour is an apple protocol made to autodiscover devices on the local network
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[3:10] <kisak> in linux, there's an equivilant called avahi
[3:10] <plugwash> when changing /etc/hostname you also want to update /etc/hosts
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[3:11] <kisak> in general avahi is used for higher-abstracted stuff, like file sharing
[3:11] <kisak> but not remote access
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[3:14] <fred1807> for example, Volume, the music "distro" for raspberry, you can find it from other lan devices, typing: volumio.local , I can get this function only by setting hostname ?
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[3:19] <plugwash> the .local stuff is avahi, I think it's already installed on the raspberry pi foundation raspbian images so it should just work with whatever hostname your pi has (of course if you have multiple Pis with the same hostname expect unpredicable results)
[3:20] <shiftplusone> avahi-daemon does not come preinstalled, but will on the next image.
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[3:20] * plugwash thought it did but maybe i'm misremembering
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[3:22] <Guest82570> hi anyone know a list of apps that write to the sdcard. I am trying to save the integrity of the SDCARD I have comtemplated making it readonly but I was going to see if I could maybe setup a ramdisk and have everyone deposit stuff there
[3:22] <Guest82570> oh ya.. running raspian
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[4:04] <kisak> so ... whatever issue noobs is having, it's my fauly
[4:04] <kisak> *fault
[4:07] <shiftplusone> hm?
[4:08] <kisak> that's causing the endless [The install process will begin shortly.]
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[4:10] <shiftplusone> Figured out why that's happening?
[4:10] <kisak> not entirely yet, but it's a custom net install entry
[4:11] <kisak> my gut says duplicate marketing_info
[4:13] <kisak> nope
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[4:34] <kisak> when you install two "flavours" of raspbian, does that install two seperate partition sets and have them seperate?
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[4:48] <kisak> looks like the answer is yes
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[4:49] <Froolap> huh?
[4:51] <dodokuse> Froolap: the answer is yes
[4:51] <Froolap> great, how was the question derrived?
[4:51] <dodokuse> /usr/bin/yes > Froolap
[4:51] <dodokuse> no need for questions
[4:54] <Froolap> well if the answer is yes then i suppose the question is: are you going to give me your next paycheck?
[4:55] <dodokuse> i don't answer questions
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[4:56] <kisak> -_- I asked a question, and through testing half answer my own question ... then that happened
[4:57] <kisak> well, worse could have happened
[4:57] <kisak> and I got a cup of tea, so it's all good
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[5:31] <tawr> kisak, of course it's separate partitions
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[7:36] <StatlerWaldorf> Hi all, does anybody know what draws most power? RPi B+ or RPi A+ with usb network dongel?
[7:40] <shiftplusone> probably depends on the dongle
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[7:41] <tawr> StatlerWaldorf, uhm
[7:41] <tawr> do both have the dongle?
[7:41] <StatlerWaldorf> No, only the A+ because it has no ethernet
[7:41] <tawr> networking dongles are all over the place. some cheapie ones can draw over 500ma
[7:41] <tawr> while nicer more efficient ones can do less
[7:41] <StatlerWaldorf> Do you know anyones with low power usage?
[7:42] <tawr> the usb wifi i use has an output power of 100mW!!!
[7:42] <tawr> and my rpi2+wifi uses about.. sec
[7:42] <tawr> 472 ma per hour
[7:42] <tawr> running 3 servers, and an irc bot
[7:43] <tawr> and that's with a HUGE, high powered wifi adapter that's bigger than the rpi+casee
[7:43] <StatlerWaldorf> Does it have external power? Or is it powered only by the pi?
[7:44] <tawr> powered by the pi. my setup is wifi dongle, 16gb metal mini pen drive (one of the best usb drives around), and a 5,200mah usb battery pack that serves as a ups
[7:45] <tawr> it goes ac->usb 2a adapter -> usb cable -> 5200mah usb power pack -> rpi
[7:45] <tawr> i load tested it the other day. it'se a 5200ma usb power pack, it ran for 11 hours. the nifty thing is, i can yank the wall cord out, and the powerpack switches over fast enough the rpi doesn't reset
[7:46] <StatlerWaldorf> Wow, nice setup. 11 hours should be long enough to get power up again :-)
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[7:47] <tawr> i haven't played with turning on power management on the wifi because 100mw is a huge amount, but it also has a 6" external antenna
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[7:48] <StatlerWaldorf> what wifi dongel are you using?
[7:48] <tawr> i present Tactibox: http://i.imgur.com/b4SOZrBl.jpg http://i.imgur.com/9BdKW7Ll.jpg
[7:49] <tawr> tp-link wn722
[7:50] <tawr> this is the case I used. i'm very impressed with it, i've bought a few, and this one is the cleanest and nicest one I've come across: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00ONOKPHC/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_s01?ie=UTF8&psc=1
[7:50] <StatlerWaldorf> that's not like those mini-dongels that are just a little bigger than the usb connector :-)
[7:51] <tawr> lol no, it's bigger than the rpi...
[7:51] <StatlerWaldorf> a reason for using usb instead of sd card?
[7:52] <tawr> im not doing what you're asking
[7:52] <tawr> even if you want to run the pi off a usb instead of sd, you still need a sd to boot it
[7:52] <tawr> that's used as extra storage space
[7:52] <StatlerWaldorf> OK, so the 16gb metal mini pen drive is for extra storage
[7:53] <tawr> the main reason people go to pendrives to run the OS is because some sd cards get corrupted from constant writes
[7:54] <StatlerWaldorf> OK, thanks for the info. Got to leave to go to work
[7:54] <StatlerWaldorf> cheers
[7:54] <tawr> cheers bud
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[13:40] <dastaan> Hello, I have a question. I have a cronjob which reboots Rpi every 12 hrs. (since it's up 24x7, i like it to reboot periodically to ensure it works fine overall).
[13:41] <dastaan> Now my rpi does a periodically updates its mysql and it could be accessing memory card when it reboots
[13:41] <dastaan> Does this lead to anyway sd card corruption ?
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[13:42] <joey8> dastaan< interesting question, but doesnt "shutdown" shut down the machine nicely?
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[13:49] <amigojapan> I have been running my RPI 24/7 withought rebooting for quite some time, no problem
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[13:54] <dastaan> ummm, what did i miss ? I got disconnected after joey8's "dastaan< interesting question, but doesnt "shutdown" shut down the machine nicely?" comment
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[14:01] <kisak> general wear in the same spot of the microsd card can lead to corruption, but overall linux distros have sane init systems that let services like mysqld finish what they're doing before cuting the power
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[14:01] <pitillo> hello, is rpi supported by upstream kernel?
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[14:35] <ahop> Hi!
[14:35] <ahop> Is there some "thing" I can put on GPIO, and connecting Dupont cables in it
[14:35] <ahop> instead of wiring one by one each Dupont cable on GPIO?
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[15:05] <mchelen> anyone know a case that is compatible with https://www.adafruit.com/products/2423 ?
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[15:08] <kisak> mchelen: any of the low height cases like Zebra cases -> http://www.amazon.com/Zebra-Case-Raspberry-Black-Ice/dp/B00M6G9YBM/
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[15:10] <mchelen> kisak: ah ok thanks, i was hoping there was a case that would come flush with the screen
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[15:11] <mchelen> oh i think this is what i wanted https://www.adafruit.com/products/1892
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[15:50] <pnsrc> hi
[15:50] <pnsrc> has anyone here installed powerline on their rbp2
[15:50] <pnsrc> ?
[15:50] <pnsrc> I've been trying to install python2-powerline-git and python2-powerline-fontpatcher-git and powerline-fonts-git on my setup. I've set the source-code-pro-powerline as my default terminal font, but it doesn't show the glyphs
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[16:07] <Tenkawa> hi all
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[16:08] <AlsoBilby> o/
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[16:09] <Tenkawa> greetings Bilby
[16:09] <Tenkawa> cold enough earlier?
[16:10] <Bilby> I know right
[16:10] <Tenkawa> it was 33 over here
[16:10] <Bilby> I turned on the heat last night to knock off the chill and left it off by accident... glad I did, now
[16:10] <Tenkawa> on the nw side
[16:10] <Tenkawa> i will never get use to this (and I've been here 20 years already)
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[16:12] <Bilby> lol
[16:12] <Tenkawa> haahaa now I've got a ssd hooked up to this baytrail powered tablet/laptop
[16:12] <Tenkawa> now if I could figure out how to get the screen to stop flickering I'd be set
[16:12] <Bilby> And then you realize that the average annual low in hawaii is 60 and the highest recorded temperature is 100 and you're like whaaaaaa
[16:13] <Tenkawa> Bilby: indeed
[16:13] <CoJaBo> Bilby: ..only 100? wat
[16:14] <Tenkawa> anyone know any kernel boot options offhand that might reduce flicker on a laptop screen?
[16:14] <CoJaBo> Define "flicker"
[16:15] <Tenkawa> CoJaBo: screen just occasionally flickers with visual artifacts
[16:15] <CoJaBo> Does it happen while in the BIOS menu? Check that first
[16:15] <Tenkawa> (console.. not running x)
[16:15] <Tenkawa> nope
[16:15] <Tenkawa> just linux
[16:15] <Bilby> That sounds like a power problem
[16:15] <Tenkawa> win 8 runs fine too
[16:15] <CoJaBo> ..console even, wow that'd be odd
[16:16] <Tenkawa> Bilby: I agree however i'm pushing 2 a (meter measured) very consistently
[16:16] <CoJaBo> A good chunk of the time, it's either backlight (for CCFL) or panel
[16:16] <Tenkawa> CoJaBo: I think its the panel (it was a microcenter store branded tablet_
[16:16] <Tenkawa> )
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[16:17] <CoJaBo> If its the panel, it should flicker in BIOS
[16:17] <Tenkawa> mind you I am running 4.0.0 kernel on it
[16:17] <Tenkawa> CoJaBo: good point
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[16:18] <Tenkawa> fortunately I can block most of it out.. was just hoping to clea it up
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[16:18] <Tenkawa> er clean
[16:18] <Bilby> maybe - if it's a problem in the internal power supply it may not crop up until the CPU is doing more work than showing BIOS
[16:18] <Tenkawa> one of these days I need to see if I can interface with the touchscreen (currently using a kb/mouse dock made for it)
[16:18] <Bilby> no chance of exchange?
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[16:19] <Tenkawa> Bilby: nah.. I'd just use it headless and get a diff one
[16:19] <Tenkawa> it still runs great
[16:19] <McBride36> Tenkawa, just hit the deguass button
[16:20] <Tenkawa> McBride36: heh i wish
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[16:20] <Bilby> Cool. What model is it?
[16:20] <Tenkawa> Bilby: tw100
[16:20] <Tenkawa> running debian on it
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[16:21] <Tenkawa> hmmmm
[16:21] <Tenkawa> its definitely refresh related
[16:21] <Bilby> if you run windows does it flicker"?
[16:21] <Tenkawa> doesnt happen to my idle terminals
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[16:22] <Tenkawa> Bilby: not sure.. got rid of windows almost immediately
[16:22] <Tenkawa> I think it might be the framebuffer driver
[16:22] <Tenkawa> since I can get it to stop by sitting on an idle tty
[16:23] <Bilby> That's still a crazy deal for an x86 tablet
[16:23] <Tenkawa> yep
[16:23] <Tenkawa> I like
[16:23] <Tenkawa> i even put the 64 bit efi on it
[16:24] <Tenkawa> and running 64 bit linux native
[16:24] <McBride36> Tenkawa, how much do you know about tablets?
[16:24] <Tenkawa> x86_64
[16:24] <Tenkawa> :)
[16:25] <Tenkawa> McBride36: a fair amount.. why?
[16:25] <Bilby> We went to Verizon on monday and ordered a galaxy 6 for my wife, and picked her up a galaxy tab 10.1. very shiny
[16:25] <Tenkawa> nice
[16:25] <McBride36> because i'm confused about what my system type means on my asus transformer
[16:25] <Bilby> I'm tempted to get one too but part of me really wants to hold out for a surface
[16:25] <McBride36> "32-bit operating system, x64 based processor"
[16:25] <Tenkawa> McBride36: what does it read?
[16:25] <Tenkawa> yeah
[16:25] <Bilby> it's mobile data / mobile apps capability vs x86 / all windows apps capability. oh and price haha
[16:25] <Tenkawa> same prob
[16:26] <McBride36> never seen it described like that
[16:26] <Tenkawa> baytrail cpu right?
[16:26] <Bilby> it sounds like they're just running a 32-bit OS on a 64-bit CPU
[16:26] <Tenkawa> they disabled 64 bit instructions due to a bug unless you forceably reenable like I did
[16:26] <Bilby> which for the low power stuff isn't probably a huge loss; it's not like you're running more than 4gb of ram anyhow
[16:26] <McBride36> for processor? says Intel(R) Atom(TM) CPU @1.46 GHz
[16:26] <Tenkawa> yep
[16:26] <McBride36> lol no, i know it's not a big deal, it's just a netflix machine
[16:27] <Tenkawa> thats going to be a baytrail
[16:27] <McBride36> i just bought it coz i wanted it
[16:27] <McBride36> and Bilby, surfaces are pretty neat. My company uses them in our machines
[16:27] <Tenkawa> Bilby: yep.. however a lot of binaries are being only released 64 bit only now
[16:28] <ozzzy> surfaces just look like expensive touch-screen tablests
[16:28] <ozzzy> er... s/sts/ts
[16:28] <Tenkawa> McBride36: unless you specificly need to run something thats avail in 64 bit binaries only then it will be fine
[16:28] <Bilby> McBride36 I think it's an excellent contractor / consultant computer. only reason i ended up with a macbook is that I have mac clients :|
[16:28] <Tenkawa> ozzzy: arent they all?
[16:28] <McBride36> ozzzy, that's exactly what they are lol
[16:28] <ozzzy> dunno... I've seen some pretty inexpensive android tablets
[16:28] <McBride36> oh yeah, there's some down to ~100 usd
[16:28] <Bilby> the biggest advantage is that they run regular windows
[16:29] <Tenkawa> ozzzy: well my tablet was inexpesive too
[16:29] <Bilby> so full versions of all software
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[16:29] <McBride36> Bilby, asus transformer seems to work well for the price (it's what i have)
[16:29] <McBride36> idk what you do/require though
[16:29] <Bilby> basically they're just touchscreen ultraportable laptops with a detachable keyboard
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[16:29] <Bilby> yeah
[16:29] * ozzzy has a nexus 7 that he uses to read or watch tv in the bathtub
[16:29] <Tenkawa> Bilby: ya this one wont run 64 bit windows due to that efi lockout
[16:29] <Bilby> I could use something like that too
[16:29] <ozzzy> which is about all it's good for
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[16:29] <Tenkawa> asus transformer is awesome
[16:29] <Bilby> there are different options depending on your client profile
[16:30] <McBride36> Bilby, you do graphics design or something?
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[16:30] <karlton> iirc even if you don't use 4gb of ram, most programs are better optimized for 64bit (at least for unix programs)
[16:30] <Tenkawa> karlton: not necessarily..
[16:30] <Tenkawa> karlton: the instructions rely on cpu extensions too in some cases
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[16:31] <Tenkawa> like no neon on these cpus :(
[16:31] <Tenkawa> although that might be arm only
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[16:32] * Tenkawa spends most of his time in arm land
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[16:32] * Tenkawa really wants a small 64 bit arm box
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[16:32] <karlton> Tenkawa: http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?page=article&item=ubuntu_1410_32v64&num=1
[16:32] <Bilby> Lots of arm box options out there
[16:32] <Bilby> *besides the Pi
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[16:34] <Tenkawa> Bilby: not 64 bit
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[16:34] <Tenkawa> karlton: thanks.. I'll take a read
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[16:35] <ozzzy> 64-bit is a waste of time if you don't need the address space
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[16:36] <Tenkawa> I'm impressed how much faster this box is running on ssd via usb vs the onboard mmc that it has
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[16:37] <Tenkawa> iamjarvo: connection probs?
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[16:38] <Tenkawa> Bilby: closest arm box i've thought about buying vs the rpi lately is the odroid-xu
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[16:40] <McBride36> community just isn't as large
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[16:40] <Tenkawa> brb.. got a possible flicker fix
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[16:44] <fred1807> I need some low footprint way to make raspberry serve a html page, and then, make html link on that page call shell command
[16:45] <ozzzy> you don't need 'low footprint' for that
[16:46] <ppq> fred1807, that's a good opportunity to dive into python
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[16:49] <ozzzy> or just write a bash cgi script
[16:49] <ozzzy> or use php... perl
[16:51] <methuzla> fred1807 do you currently have any kind of web server installed?
[16:52] <fred1807> methuzla: No I have not decided yet for the webserver choice
[16:52] <fred1807> methuzla: Since I will only need webserver for this function only, I may choose it depending on how to get the shell command back
[16:52] <KapitanF> i have three-combination apache, php, mysql as server
[16:53] <pksato> fred1807: you need a cgi capable httpd (like mini-httpd)
[16:53] <McBride36> tornado
[16:53] <pksato> and others
[16:53] <methuzla> fred1807 look into python + tornado
[16:54] <KapitanF> tornado is cool
[16:54] <pksato> how many bytes of memory a python http server uses?
[16:55] <McBride36> not much
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[16:55] <Tenkawa> well adjusting the i915 settings didnt do much
[16:56] <ozzzy> I put apache2 on mine
[16:57] <McBride36> that's more larger scale than what it seems he's asking for
[16:57] <Tenkawa> ah haaa
[16:57] <methuzla> the apache / php / mysql approach is not 'low footprint'
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[16:58] <Tenkawa> methuzla: it "can" be fairly small
[16:58] <Tenkawa> with a lot of tweaking
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[16:58] <McBride36> well, python way is "miminum amount of work"
[16:58] <McBride36> or maybe that's just my philosophy
[16:59] <ozzzy> apache isn't that big
[16:59] <pnsrc> so, has anybody run powerline on their rbp?
[16:59] <McBride36> ozzzy, config files scare me
[16:59] <ozzzy> has nothing to do with the footprint
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[17:00] <ozzzy> anyway... I don't use mysql but I use php
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[17:01] <Froolap> if the only reason that you want the web server is so that you can execute a shell script..... why not just set up rpc?
[17:01] <Tenkawa> brb.. dropping some if the power draw
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[17:03] <ozzzy> running a shell script from a webpage isn't rocket science
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[17:04] <Tenkawa> if noone said it earlier.. lighttpd ftw
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[17:11] <Froolap> remote procedure call is rocket science?
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[17:12] <ozzzy> that depends [grin]
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[17:23] <methuzla> fred1807 example using python/tornado: http://pastie.org/10107613
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[17:24] <McBride36> need links too
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[17:30] <Bilby> Lollerskates http://www.instructables.com/id/Run-Windows-XP-on-Android-Device/
[17:30] <fred1807> methuzla: Forgive my newbienes. I created a tornado.py file of your code, and run python2.7 tornado.py. There is error..
[17:32] <fred1807> Some sugested a nasty code. Just look at web server acess.log, and wait to html link call from there, with bash script
[17:33] <McBride36> Bilby, XP needs to fade away
[17:33] <methuzla> fred1807 you'll need to install the tornado package (it doesn't come with default python)
[17:33] <fred1807> methuzla: it is already ...
[17:33] <McBride36> pip install tornado
[17:34] <McBride36> pastebin the error
[17:34] <methuzla> ^^
[17:34] <fred1807> Traceback (most recent call last): File "tornado.py", line 7, in <module> import tornado.httpserver File "/home/moods/tornado.py", line 7, in<module>import tornado.httpserver
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[17:35] <Bilby> McBride36 oh yes. I cry inside every time I have to support an XP system
[17:36] <McBride36> that was me last week
[17:37] <methuzla> fred1807 how did you install tornado?
[17:37] <fred1807> pip install
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[17:39] <methuzla> hmmmmm. i've got a note about needing to also install backports.ssl_match_hostname to get tornado to work with 2.7
[17:39] <methuzla> sudo pip install backports.ssl_match_hostname
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[17:43] <methuzla> but according to this: https://pypi.python.org/pypi/tornado it should've been installed automatically (see Upgrade Notes)
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[17:44] <McBride36> is there a specific reason you're using 2.7?
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[17:48] <methuzla> fred1807 can you even get the simple "Hello, world" example on the pypi page to work?
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[17:50] <fred1807> methuzla: I have to go out now, reall yappreciate you attention, we talk here later :D
[17:50] <McBride36> methuzla, you'd have to go to http://ipaddress/8888 yeah?
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[17:50] <methuzla> for the pypi example, my code used port 1234
[17:51] <Bilby> Does anyone know offhand what the standard pin pitch is for raspi GPIO / arduino headers?
[17:51] <methuzla> so http://ipaddress/1234
[17:51] <methuzla> ** http://ipaddress:1234
[17:51] <McBride36> methuzla, was looking at pypi, but yeah same idea i guess
[17:51] <McBride36> Bilby, pin pitch?
[17:51] <Bilby> separation
[17:51] <Bilby> i'm ordering headers for projects
[17:51] <McBride36> want me to measure?
[17:52] <McBride36> i've got both right next to me
[17:52] <methuzla> fred1807 later. good luck.
[17:53] <Bilby> judging by the number available on mouser i'd say it's either 1.25mm or 1.27mm
[17:53] <McBride36> just for clarification, spacing between the pins yeah?
[17:54] <methuzla> Bilby 0.1"
[17:54] <Bilby> yeah so that's apparently the pi
[17:55] <methuzla> yes. pi.
[17:55] <Bilby> looks like the arduino is the same. 2.54mm = .1 inch
[17:56] <Bilby> ah yes. looks like that's the "standard". Thanks!
[17:56] <methuzla> arduino is also 0.1" on the headers, but there are some weird gaps to watch out for
[17:57] <McBride36> methuzla, you talkin about the uno?
[17:57] <methuzla> yes
[17:57] <McBride36> only weird gap i see ins betwen pins 7 and 8
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[17:58] <methuzla> Vin - A0 on the other side
[17:58] <McBride36> that looks about the size of a pin, i don't see that as big of an issue as 7/8
[18:02] <methuzla> Bilby for a pi, there are various GPIO breakouts that make it easy to interface to a breadboard
[18:03] <Bilby> I'm pretty good on the pi, i had an old ata cable for that :)
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[18:10] <McBride36> methuzla, you know what the problem was
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[18:10] <McBride36> he named the file tornado.py
[18:10] <McBride36> it was trying to import itself
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[18:12] <methuzla> ha! good call.
[18:12] <Chillum> I am running XBMC and I stepped on my keyboard and now all my files are shown as tiles instead of in a list. Does anyone know how to put it back?
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[18:14] <divx118> Chillum IIRC you can change that in the slide out menu on the left screen side.
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[18:15] <Chillum> ahh, I was looking for the hotkey
[18:15] <Chillum> I must have opened the menu and selected it when I stepped on the keyboard. Thanks
[18:16] <McBride36> why are you stepping on keyboards
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[18:16] <Chillum> they know what they did
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[18:19] <Chillum> it was really my cat, but I wanted to keep the story simple
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[18:24] <Ephexeve> Hey guys, trying to share my OSX ethernet internet with RPI. ANy idea how to do this?
[18:24] <Ephexeve> I tried configuring, but I cannot ssh :(
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[18:34] <Ephexeve> Anyone?
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[18:35] <DoctorD90> Ephexeve, ??
[18:35] <DoctorD90> have do you shared it?
[18:35] <Ephexeve> Yes
[18:35] <Ephexeve> It's shared
[18:35] <DoctorD90> ah yet shared?
[18:35] <Ephexeve> Yup
[18:35] <Ephexeve> Nothing works
[18:35] <DoctorD90> and what is your issue so?
[18:35] <DoctorD90> xD
[18:36] <Ephexeve> ... My issue is that I cannot connect to the RPI throught SSH
[18:36] <DoctorD90> if can you 'ping' 8.8.8.8 on both devices, you are shared well...in other case nope
[18:36] <Ephexeve> well, how will I ping 8.8.8.8 in the RPI if I cannot login?
[18:36] <DoctorD90> but HOW do you connect them? who is the pc with internet, and what is the pc with not internet?
[18:37] <DoctorD90> Ephexeve, is not very clear your situation to me, so if you may explain a little, better, i may try to help you too :)
[18:37] <Ephexeve> Man, I have an ethernet cable connected to my OSX sharing with RPI. I am trying to SSH to the RPI through the shared network
[18:38] <Ephexeve> Though, I cannot SSH, I set an static IP, with submask pointed to 255.255.255.0, enabled share network with wifi to ethernet, still, cannot ssh
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[18:38] <McBride36> just curious
[18:39] <McBride36> have you enabled ssh on the pi
[18:39] <Bilby> Ephexeve, so you have network cable plugged Pi -> Mac, right?
[18:39] <Ephexeve> McBride36: I am using minibian, it should be enabled by default, since minibian is supposed to work headlessly
[18:39] <Ephexeve> Bilby: Correct
[18:39] <Bilby> and you set Static IP on Pi, static IP on Mac for Ethernet in the same range
[18:39] <DoctorD90> so do you want connect ( McBride36 lol xD ..rigth question...) mac to rpi, to create a network? or use internet too? (on rpi)
[18:40] <Ephexeve> Bilby: This is what I have set -> https://i.imgur.com/VPXamIl.png
[18:40] <Ephexeve> intenet sharing is enable through wifi -> ethernet
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[18:41] <Bilby> I would start with internet sharing disabled and see if you can just ssh to the Pi directly from OSX
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[18:42] <Ephexeve> Bilby: tried that also, nothing
[18:42] <Bilby> is your network at home in the 192.168.0 range?
[18:42] <Ephexeve> if I ping, Host is down or request timeout
[18:42] <Ephexeve> Yes
[18:42] <Bilby> Okay
[18:43] <DoctorD90> ok..bilby boss....mind you to that :) you are more skilled than me :P thx xD
[18:43] <Ephexeve> ifconf en1 on the mac gives me 192.168.0.16, so should be the range
[18:43] <Bilby> set the IP address on the pi to 192.168.5.101 set ethernet on osx to 192.168.5.102
[18:43] <Bilby> subnetmask the same @ 255.255.255.0
[18:43] <Ephexeve> Bilby: Ok, when you say, set the IP range in RPI, you are talking about ip=... in config.txt, correct?
[18:43] <Bilby> then open terminal in OSX and see if you can SSH root@192.168.0.101
[18:44] <Bilby> eah i believe so
[18:44] <Bilby> lemmie look
[18:44] <Ephexeve> Bilby: (otherwise I have no idea how to set the IP on RPI without loging in)
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[18:46] <Bilby> Ephexeve, give me a sec, grabbing a new copy of minibian
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[18:46] <Ephexeve> Bilby: Awesome, thanks for the help
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[18:52] <Bilby> Hmm, they don't have the file list on the site, blah.
[18:53] <Ephexeve> :(
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[18:53] <Bilby> can you post the config file text up somewhere?
[18:54] <Ephexeve> Sure, sec
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[18:57] <Ephexeve> basically I think I edited the wrong file
[18:57] <Ephexeve> should be cmdline.txt
[18:57] <Ephexeve> I just have ip=192.168.0.32
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[18:58] <Bilby> ah okay try that
[18:58] <Ephexeve> Nothing too :/
[18:58] <McBride36> why are you using minibian
[18:59] <McBride36> instead of raspbian?
[18:59] <Ephexeve> McBride36: looking for something light
[18:59] <Ephexeve> without X and buch of stuff rasbian brings
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[19:06] <Bilby> Ephexeve give me a moment, let me grab my mac machine and see if i can red the minibian image
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[19:09] <Tenkawa> Bilby: notice the wind has picked up "again"
[19:09] <Tenkawa> ?
[19:09] <Bilby> yes, it should be ip=192.168.xx.xx in cmdline.txt
[19:10] <Bilby> Tenkawa sorry, I can't hear you over the wind
[19:10] <Tenkawa> haahaa
[19:10] <Tenkawa> indeed
[19:10] <Tenkawa> it was bad yesterday
[19:10] <Tenkawa> hope its not that bad today
[19:11] <Bilby> oh Eph left haha
[19:11] <Tenkawa> yeah he timed out
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[19:15] <Tenkawa> brb (if I overload the circuit I'm about to move stuff to.. heh)
[19:18] <Bilby> hah
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[19:21] <Tenkawa> everything "appears" to still be running ok
[19:22] <McBride36> it's snowing >:(
[19:23] <Tenkawa> snowing???
[19:23] <Tenkawa> where if I might ask
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[19:25] <McBride36> north of chicago
[19:25] <McBride36> aka midwest where weather is anything goes
[19:26] <Tenkawa> I'm in ohio so I know how you feel
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[19:32] <Tenkawa> bbl
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[19:37] <strobelight> sunny here in atl for another day
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[19:39] <KingNeenz> Would a raspberry pi be a good investment for someone who just wants to run some node.js cmd line automations w/out having to power electricity to a whole computer to do so?
[19:41] <mortal> I think so
[19:41] <mortal> pi2 is very capable
[19:41] <mortal> like a desktop computer
[19:43] <Bilby> I'd imagine that would run fine
[19:43] <KingNeenz> I'm completely ignorant to the realm of micro-computing so knowing the pi exists my mind jumped to it automatically, is it currently the most cost effective solution to having a micro computer to do all the things you'd normally do so on a desktop one? im talking, miniscule things, all I wish to do is, open a cmd line that 'listens' and then 'posts', okay.
[19:48] <dodokuse> KingNeenz: pogoplug
[19:48] <dodokuse> you can get those for literally pennies.
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[19:50] <dodokuse> http://www.ebay.com/itm/161674871925
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[19:52] <McBride36> technically you can get the pi for pennies
[19:52] <McBride36> it's just a lot of pennies
[19:55] <Bilby> well, it's only about 3,500 pennies, which isn't too bad
[19:55] <Bilby> or about 70 rolls
[19:56] <Bilby> ~ 19.3lbs
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[19:59] <dodokuse> derp
[20:00] <McBride36> you've forgotten shipping
[20:00] <McBride36> man, are mail orders even a thing anymore?
[20:00] <dodokuse> yes
[20:01] <dodokuse> also, you forgot power supply and wifi (optional)
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[20:02] <McBride36> i have never gotten wifi to work well with my pi
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[20:02] <dodokuse> that's because power issues and cheapo wifi dongles
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[20:03] <dodokuse> and cheapo wifi dongles with their monster power draws
[20:03] <dodokuse> with poor performance
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[20:05] <Bilby> that's why I use 200ft serial cables for all raspberry pi communication
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[20:12] <McBride36> naw, it's a PEBAK problem
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[20:56] <Kane> morning o/
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[20:59] <Bilby> woo, $70ish in parts a-coming from Mouser
[20:59] <Bilby> I'm sure tomorrow I'll remember something else I needed
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[21:08] <redstonecraftPL> how i can connect a pi to wifi from console without X running?
[21:08] <Bilby> https://www.raspberrypi.org/documentation/configuration/wireless/wireless-cli.md
[21:09] <tawr> plug in wifi adapter, make sure wifi card is detected
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[21:09] <tawr> edit /etc/network/interfaces, apply wifi information. done
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[21:09] <redstonecraftPL> what is that "wifi information"
[21:09] <redstonecraftPL> ?
[21:09] <redstonecraftPL> what i need to input?
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[21:10] <tawr> allow-hotplug wlan0
[21:10] <tawr> auto wlan0
[21:10] <McBride36> wicd
[21:10] <tawr> iface wlan0 inet dhcp
[21:10] <tawr> wpa-ssid "wifi here" next line wpa-psk "passwordhere"
[21:11] <redstonecraftPL> A) Will it work with WPA2 B) Will it work with ralink wifi adapter, or i will need to install ralink-firmware???
[21:11] <tawr> dmesg | grep -i usb
[21:11] <McBride36> yes, yes, no
[21:11] <McBride36> well, B, it should
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[21:11] <tawr> and see if yours is setup properly. iwconfig and see if wlan0 is up. if dmesg and iwconfig say wlan0 exist, it's working
[21:12] <tawr> literally takes 30 seconds to do
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[21:12] <redstonecraftPL> wait a sec
[21:12] <seitensei> Will do.
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[21:13] <McBride36> that's good for your posture y'know
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[21:14] <tawr> my spine makes 3 "s" curves, posture is a non-issue. heh
[21:15] <redstonecraftPL> i haved one more question but answered it myself :D (it was: where is mine wifi adapter? xD)
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[21:18] <tawr> so, is it up?
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[21:19] <redstonecraftPL> wait a sec, i maked sure that wifi is on and working on file
[21:20] <redstonecraftPL> do i want to delete iface wlan0 inet manual, wpa-roan .... ?
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[21:22] <redstonecraftPL> do i need to restart the pi?
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[21:23] <McBride36> i think you can just ifdown ifup it
[21:23] <tawr> redstonecraftPL, yes, delete everything but what i pasted
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[21:24] <tawr> that says 'wlan0'
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[21:24] <tawr> don't touch the lo or eth0 parts
[21:24] <redstonecraftPL> WHOW! I discovered mine wifi plug has LED! :D
[21:24] <redstonecraftPL> okok
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[21:25] <redstonecraftPL> that works
[21:25] <redstonecraftPL> thx
[21:25] <redstonecraftPL> ;)
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[21:26] <tawr> i recommend setting /etc/resolv.conf to 8.8.8.8 and 8.8.4.4
[21:26] <tawr> eor the opendns servers
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[21:30] <redstonecraftPL> what to set in resolv
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[21:30] <tawr> read what i typed
[21:31] <redstonecraftPL> in that file i have nameserver 192.168.43.1
[21:31] <redstonecraftPL> replace IP from 192.168 ... to 8.8.8.8 8.8.4.4 ??
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[21:33] <redstonecraftPL> how i could tell ali1234 about something?
[21:33] <redstonecraftPL> he is perhaps not online, not answering
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[21:34] <tawr> no
[21:34] <tawr> it's 2 different servers
[21:34] <tawr> put a "#" in front of the 2 in that file
[21:35] <tawr> then add 2 more lines that look exactly like it, nameserver 8.8.8.8
[21:35] <tawr> nameserver 8.8.4.4
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[21:36] <McBride36> redstonecraftPL, you can use memoserv
[21:36] <McBride36> /memoserv help
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[21:40] <twistedtruth> I'm using the raspberry pi 2 model b and I can't seem to program the GPIO pins in C because I can't find the wiring.h. Where will it be? i've installed the arduino-core package because I thought it was in there
[21:41] <twistedtruth> I'm using raspian os btw
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[21:45] <tawr> twistedtruth, i believe adafruit has a nice guide on that
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[21:47] <ahop> Is it true that I2C is blacklisted and not kernel-enabled by default?
[21:47] <ahop> => sudo nano /etc/modprobe.d/raspi-blacklist.conf
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[21:51] <ahop> why is it disabled by default?
[21:51] <McBride36> yes it's true that it's not enabled by default
[21:52] <McBride36> and you'll have to wait for someone smarter than me to asnwer your second question
[21:52] <ahop> will enabling I2C increase the power consumption?
[21:52] <ahop> :)
[21:52] <ahop> I'm asking this because my device can be accessesd with SPI or I2C
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[21:54] <redstonecraftPL> how i could leave a message for an user?
[21:54] <CoJaBo> ahop: If it's enabled, you can't use that pin as a GPIO
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[21:58] <ahop> CoJaBo oh ok only this reason?
[22:01] <CoJaBo> That was always my guess
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[22:37] <Aichan> Hello, is anyone here using "PiSharp"? I have a proble with a pin (physical number 13, broadcom number 21/27)
[22:38] <Aichan> I can change its state with wiringPi but PiSharp doesn't seem to work on it, why does this spin have 2 broad numbers?
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[22:46] <Aichan> OK fixed, PiSharp refers to physical pin 13 as "Broadcom pin 21" whereas on my Raspberry Pi B+ it is really "Broadcom pin 27" so had to edit the lib
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[23:36] <charlie_sanders> I have a temp sensor that takes 3-5v , outputs voltage, and has one ground. How do I read the output voltage ? There is a chart to convert output voltage to temperature etc - this one https://learn.adafruit.com/tmp36-temperature-sensor
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[23:40] <ppq> charlie_sanders, https://plot.ly/raspberry-pi/tmp36-temperature-tutorial/
[23:41] <ppq> first google hit
[23:42] <ppq> essentially you need an AD converter
[23:43] <charlie_sanders> hmm, I used bing and didnt find that :( , ahh I see, thanks ppq
[23:44] <ppq> startpage.com
[23:44] <ppq> :)
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[23:44] <ppq> google-quality results without the privacy violations
[23:45] <charlie_sanders> ahha, cool!
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[23:53] <fred1807> can I have a browser like firefox instaled, but have none of UI instaled?
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[23:56] <fred1807> without window manager, without x11
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[23:58] <charlie_sanders> there is lynx, a command line browser
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[23:59] <charlie_sanders> anyone using a lipo battery with the b+ ? Any suggestions ?
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