#raspberrypi IRC Log


IRC Log for 2015-05-12

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[19:13] * Set by ShorTie!~Idiot@unaffiliated/shortie on Thu Jan 29 11:49:50 CET 2015
[19:13] <shiftplusone> Davespice, should we try to help via the forum or will you contact them more directly? It seems like it will be difficult to fish the needed information out.
[19:13] <mark4> or i jmissed it. what did you tell me i should do
[19:13] <Froolap> hanlon2: that "should" be good (I think)
[19:14] <ali1234> try every combination of settings with a serial terminal that isn't screen until you get it working
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[19:14] <Davespice> shiftplusone: I'll try to help by the forum. it looks like they haven't installed the drivers correctly
[19:14] <hanlon2> Froolap: methinks RMA at this point :-(
[19:14] <ali1234> although actually...
[19:14] <ali1234> how long are the wires on your serial cable?
[19:14] <mark4> ali1234, thats like "try every combination of use flags till you get it working"
[19:14] <mark4> about 2.5 inches
[19:14] <Froolap> ah, come on over and we'll see if we can get it working. :)
[19:15] <mark4> from the header to the radio module
[19:15] <ali1234> yeah it's sort of like that except that the set of every combination is much smaller
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[19:15] <ali1234> but then this is why use flags are a completely terrible idea
[19:15] <mark4> i dont think its a config problem
[19:15] <mark4> i think its an operation problem
[19:15] <mark4> screen is DOING something that im not
[19:15] <ali1234> could be
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[19:15] <ali1234> i mean it could easily be just a line ending mismatch
[19:16] <ali1234> or wrong parity
[19:16] <mark4> parity is ignored
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[19:16] <mark4> at both ends
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[19:16] <mark4> again. its not a config issue i do not believe
[19:17] <McBride36> i forgot how to build python 3.4.3
[19:17] <McBride36> whoops
[19:17] <ali1234> until you can explain why it doesn't work in any serial terminal except for screen you are pretty much wasting your time
[19:18] <mark4> who says it only works in screen
[19:18] <ali1234> you, several times, yesterday
[19:18] <mark4> no
[19:18] <ali1234> well what else does it work with?
[19:18] <mark4> i did not try anything except picocom which just straight up didnt work PERIOD
[19:19] <mark4> ill try minicom (which sucks yes)
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[19:20] * teepee wonders if the programs just sense this attitude and refuse to work ;)
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[19:20] <mark4> teepee, if YOU have anything helpful to say go ahead and knock yourself out too. yes im frustrated so would you be
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[19:23] <teepee> mark4: nah, looking a the dialog above that seems hopeless, so I'll pass and go back to something more productive :P
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[19:24] <mark4> then stfu tyvm kthxbai
[19:24] <mark4> :)
[19:24] <ozzzy> and this guy is being PAID for this
[19:25] * ozzzy heads off to install a toilet
[19:25] <mark4> ok im convinced
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[19:25] <mark4> it does not work in minicom
[19:27] <mark4> ozzy if you look that was said tongue in cheek not as attitude
[19:27] <ali1234> convinced of what?
[19:28] <mark4> that there is something totally fucked up about this module that only screen knows the secret sauce too
[19:28] <mark4> my code cant talk to it. minicom cant talk to it
[19:28] <mark4> screen can
[19:29] <mark4> if i could figure out how to configure picocom i would test it too
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[20:02] <gics> hello, someone know and use "RPi-Cam-Web-Interface" here? I'm testing it on a rpi2 and i have process "startpar" running also after the boot
[20:02] <gics> i just like to know if it happens only to me
[20:03] <gics> if i remove cam-web-interface all it's fine and i have no more starpar running
[20:03] <giddles> hm what?
[20:04] <gics> hello giddles
[20:04] <giddles> i run 8 suvelliance ms and pinoir cams on motion..
[20:04] <giddles> never had trouble with em ;)
[20:04] <gics> i can see with top that the process startpar still run even after the boot
[20:04] <giddles> im sorry i cant help
[20:05] <gics> giddles, do you use only motion or also RPi-Cam-Web-Interface for your needs?
[20:05] <giddles> sorry i overread "interface" ;)
[20:05] <giddles> only motion
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[20:06] <gics> giddles, np, i also just discovered that tool and it's really nice to see
[20:06] <giddles> its awesome
[20:07] <giddles> with sendemail you can config in a few lines an mail whats send if the rpi-cam got a malefunction
[20:07] <gics> giddles, i mean "RPi-Cam-Web-Interface" not only motion, which btw it's included in this interface i told
[20:07] <giddles> munch parameters you can do
[20:08] <gics> giddles, yes i used dozencrow motion version for a while, but now just discovered this interface that seems really cool
[20:08] <gics> http://elinux.org/RPi-Cam-Web-Interface#Basic_usage
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[20:09] <giddles> hmk
[20:09] <giddles> what are you doing with it?
[20:10] <gics> giddles, just pasted the link so you can take a look...maybe it's interesting also for you
[20:10] <giddles> yes, thanks
[20:10] <gics> an out-of-the-grid camera surveillance
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[20:11] <giddles> looks interesting
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[20:12] <gics> giddles, to me too...and much better it's still in a big development, also it includes motion
[20:12] <giddles> i monitor my appartment with some ir cameras
[20:12] <giddles> :)
[20:12] <giddles> only s/w but it makes a nice feeling if im not at home
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[20:13] <gics> i think yes :)
[20:13] <giddles> ehm s/w = black and white
[20:13] <giddles> no colors ;)
[20:14] <gics> not green? why b/w? never seen a ir cam to be honest
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[20:16] <giddles> http://i.ytimg.com/vi/HVxLCZAumGY/hqdefault.jpg
[20:17] <Froolap> Monster Cat! hide
[20:17] <gics> giddles, mmm ok now undestood :)
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[20:17] <giddles> but yeh it works
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[20:18] <giddles> 20w ir led rings and youre fine in ya garden
[20:18] <giddles> :)
[20:19] <giddles> 840nm works fine on rpicam
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[20:19] <gics> giddles, how far can you "see" with those led? can you see a human face at let say 30 meters?
[20:20] <giddles> depends on the power gics
[20:20] <giddles> i got for my garden some big ir led rings
[20:20] <giddles> in my flat i work with 5w? or so
[20:20] <Froolap> I was plesantly surprised to find that my ip cams of different brands could use each other's ir light. especially after getting rid of one ip cam where the ir leds attracted moths.
[20:20] <giddles> flat appartment garden well ;) i live on the first floor with a door in the garden to explain
[20:20] <giddles> :)
[20:21] <Froolap> they aren't all interchangable, I just got lucky.
[20:21] <giddles> well these ir led things are cheap
[20:21] <ali1234> you won't see a face 30m with 20W of LEDs
[20:21] <giddles> common 12v dc...
[20:21] <Froolap> where? I could use another one
[20:21] <giddles> 20w is massive ali
[20:22] <ali1234> yes i know, it's about 200 LEDs
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[20:22] <ali1234> and you still won't see anything at 30m with the picamera because it has very bad sensitivity and because of the inverse square law
[20:22] <giddles> no
[20:22] <giddles> i cover 10m with it
[20:22] <giddles> and its fine
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[20:22] <giddles> i think 20m are in on massive led rings
[20:23] <giddles> thanks LED technology ^^ its so dirty cheap
[20:23] <Froolap> I think I have 29 leds on my cameras
[20:24] <gics> giddles, thanks for the info! Unlucky it's too much power need for my out of the grid sytem...but still learned something new also today :)
[20:24] <giddles> well gics maybe some solar panel shit?
[20:24] <giddles> :)
[20:24] <ali1234> due to the inverse square law, you will need 9 times as much power to get the same result at 30m vs 10m
[20:24] <giddles> but that project for real 24/7 suvelliance must be dimensioned with a battery that cost more than 10pi :D
[20:24] <gics> giddles, yes plans are for wind+solar
[20:25] <giddles> i run a solar wind panel
[20:25] <giddles> :D
[20:25] <giddles> but not for the rpis
[20:26] <gics> giddles, yes you are true, panel and battery at the moment are what will cost me more
[20:26] <IT_Sean> giddles: please review the channel language policy, linked in the topic
[20:26] <giddles> i shut up okok
[20:27] <giddles> i payed round about 2200 euro @ gics
[20:27] <giddles> :)
[20:27] <gics> isn't raspi-cam raspberry related?
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[20:27] <gics> giddles, wow
[20:28] <giddles> 2x windmills 50w (well 50w is utopist), solar panels, big batterys (glue) and a hybrid charger
[20:28] <giddles> runs this laptop here within an dc to ac changer
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[20:29] <gics> giddles, ah ok, it's not only to take running 24/7 a raspi
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[20:29] <giddles> no, more garden led and laptop
[20:30] <giddles> led make it possible.. with the ancient heatbulps you cant do this
[20:30] <giddles> 20w for some small light ^^
[20:31] <gics> giddles, i was scared to have missed something in my sums for a moment :) But now yes, maybe we are going off-topic
[20:31] <giddles> its easy gics and you learn some about electronics
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[20:32] <giddles> i would recommend to do it ;), especially for that type of project what you said: suvelliance outdoor
[20:32] <gics> giddles, yes it's true...i'm already on the way to learn some electronics ;)
[20:32] <giddles> you need 600 or 700mA constantly ;)
[20:33] <gics> i think more because of the new rpi2, i've read it take 4W at full
[20:33] <gics> but i haven't yet to measure it
[20:35] <gics> plus i'll need an internet usb, wifi and usb to storage, so Amperes will go up for sure
[20:35] <giddles> ok round it up to 5w, thats runs around 16hr to an 10.000mA accu
[20:36] <giddles> ah i have another solution for this ;) motion writes in my project in the tmp direction and is free again on reboot while the rest ist extracted to a hdd over network and google drive
[20:37] <giddles> if you do not reboot until pi is "on line" its fine
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[20:38] <gics> yes, not a bad idea to use temp, but my friend want the possibility to upload motion images online and also to download them when it's around the camera
[20:39] <giddles> i only backup it on an network hdd and google drive
[20:39] <giddles> munch more efficient as download
[20:40] <giddles> drive got 15gb space for free, they only take your sould ... unlimited traffic
[20:41] <gics> i think i'll take a vps or something similar for image storage...lastly i tend to avoid bigG products ;)
[20:42] <giddles> its personal taste :) someone recommed it to me here and really its nice
[20:42] <giddles> munch easyer as every scp or ftp download every evening, just switch on or off the sys
[20:43] <giddles> mark em all, delete on google if nothing happen, stoarge it on hdd for the case of if whatever :)
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[20:45] <gics> i hope for you to delete them everyday of this life :)
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[20:45] <giddles> why?
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[20:46] <giddles> suvelliance private videos ;) nsa could watch if they want... no scare
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[20:46] <gics> just because it would mean no one entered in your garden in the night, just for that
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[20:47] <gics> i know big brother can do what they want
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[20:48] <giddles> hehe better to have some more eyes watching suvelliance ;)
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[20:49] <gics> giddles, that's true, didn't thought of that! We all should say thanks :)
[20:50] <giddles> thats political offtopic ;)
[20:50] * jer puts giddles on a list. =p
[20:50] <gics> giddles, yes, my turn to stop now
[20:50] <giddles> im warned ;)
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[20:51] <giddles> but with a big battery you can run it a very long time
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[20:52] <giddles> so dont worry, just buy & try
[20:52] <giddles> if i can do that everyone could do this
[20:52] <giddles> no rocket science
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[20:53] <gics> giddles, thanks for your suggestions. I need to go back to my cave now ;) Hello!
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[21:07] <HD|Laptop> hello all
[21:07] <HD|Laptop> who is the manager of the debian repo at archive.raspberrypi.org/debian?
[21:07] <HD|Laptop> The jessie release is broken, no packages included
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[21:08] <ShorTie> no packages included ??
[21:09] <mark4> i dont thing this is an official channel. i dobut anyone officially part of the PI foundation hangs in here
[21:09] <mark4> maybe visits every now and then but... i dunno
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[21:09] <ShorTie> might be getting an update
[21:10] <ShorTie> plugwash does archive.raspberrypi.org i believe and comes here
[21:10] <ShorTie> and there are folks that work at the foundation here too....
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[21:10] <ahop> Hello!
[21:11] <ShorTie> Good Morning
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[21:11] <ahop> Where again should I put the init script ? (example: I want the RPi to play a mp3 stream direct on boot, forever)
[21:12] <ahop> in /etc/rc?.d/ ?
[21:12] <ahop> or somewhere else?
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[21:13] <ShorTie> howa about mirrordirector.raspbian.org ??
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[21:14] <ahop> ShorTie: do you know?
[21:14] <ahop> I never remember if it is rc.local , rc.d , etc.
[21:15] <Froolap> they change it from time to time, used to be rc.local
[21:15] <ahop> Froolap: what's the standard today?
[21:15] <ShorTie> never really did it, but you can use chrown on reboot i believe
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[21:15] <Froolap> depends on the distro......
[21:15] <anev> hey, is it possible to overclock the pi after rasbian has been installed?
[21:16] <anev> i just need to modify config.txt, right?
[21:16] <Froolap> sometimes you can use @boot in a cron job.
[21:16] <ShorTie> sure, using raspi-config anev
[21:16] <ahop> anev: something like /boot/cmdline.txt or /boot/config.txt
[21:16] <ahop> if I remember well
[21:16] <anev> yeah, force_turbo=1 ?
[21:16] <ShorTie> best to do it thru raspi-config
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[21:18] <HD|Laptop> ShorTie, yep the Contents-armhf.gz is empty
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[21:19] <anev> ShorTie: perfect - thanks
[21:19] <ShorTie> Contents-armhf.gz, sorry never heard of that, what is it for ??
[21:19] <ShorTie> No Problem
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[21:20] <HD|Laptop> ShorTie, the index file for the distribution
[21:20] <HD|Laptop> it tells apt which packages in the shared pool are included in the specific release
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[21:21] <ShorTie> ya, sorry, that sounds like a plugwash question to me
[21:23] <HD|Laptop> hmm will need to wait until he's on
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[21:29] <bigx> hello, it is not clear for me wheter i need to purchase a mpeg2 license key or not?
[21:29] <bigx> to play h264
[21:30] <bigx> fullhd 60fps
[21:30] <bobe> bigx, obvously, you need the mpeg2 licence toi play mpeg2 video
[21:30] <bobe> h264 hw-decoding is included
[21:30] <ppq> you dont need it for h264
[21:30] <bigx> ok, that's i was wondering
[21:31] <bigx> thanks bobe and ppq
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[21:33] <hypfer> so.. I have a bluetooth enabled pi but I'm unable to see it
[21:33] <hypfer> I can connect to the bluetooth mac adress but thats not the point
[21:33] <hypfer> pscan and iscan are enabled
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[21:34] <redstonecraftpl> hi
[21:34] <redstonecraftpl> sorry for last time
[21:34] <redstonecraftpl> dont ban me again psl
[21:34] <redstonecraftpl> pls*
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[21:37] <IT_Sean> redstonecraftpl ?
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[21:39] <ShorTie> i didn't do it, but read the rulez in the topic and all should be good
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[21:40] <redstonecraftpl> nevermind..
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[21:41] <mark4> what would be a reasonable usleep to do between character writes on a serial port at 9600 ?
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[21:46] <redstonecraftpl> are u making modem emulation?
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[21:52] <mark4> no
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[21:53] <mark4> not that im sure what you mean but no :)
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[22:07] <TheLostAdmin> I got my Pi2 setup and the camera module working (NFS too, which makes conversion and viewing so much nicer)
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[22:12] <hypfer> its a kernel bug apparently
[22:12] <hypfer> it works on another pi with another kernel
[22:13] <hypfer> I'm now transplanting kernel+modules
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[22:13] <redstonecraftpl> TheLostAdmin: NFS= Need For Speed? :D
[22:13] <hypfer> redstonecraftpl: network filesystem
[22:13] <redstonecraftpl> mark4, i mean something like DIAL-UP
[22:13] <redstonecraftpl> hypfer: know, that was a joke :PP
[22:14] <mark4> no
[22:14] <TheLostAdmin> Somewhat archaic, I know but it is so very much faster than samba.
[22:14] <hypfer> or is it the userspace
[22:15] <hypfer> whatever the cause of this shit i'm tired of it
[22:15] <TheLostAdmin> The Pi writes to the NFS mounted filesystem and the Mac (ya OSX) reads from the same NFS mount to do conversions and display.
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[22:16] <TheLostAdmin> the only problem is not I need a cheap usb microphone so I can add sound to my Pi movies.
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[22:25] <aurorauser> anyone use retropie with Raspberry Pi B+ and RPI 2?
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[22:32] <hypfer> okay, FYI: bluetooth is broken in current raspbian builds
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[22:40] <mark4> hypfer, what version of bluez ships with those?
[22:41] <mark4> if its not 5.x update it
[22:41] <hypfer> mark4: no idea. I just nulled that thing in rage
[22:41] <mark4> maybe look?
[22:41] <hypfer> as I said I've nulled the sdcard
[22:41] <hypfer> so I have no idea :)
[22:41] <mark4> of course im not using any debian distros here but bluetooth is working for me
[22:42] <mark4> oh
[22:42] <hypfer> can you find the pi?
[22:42] <mark4> install gentoo.
[22:42] <mark4> what do u mean? find the pi?
[22:42] <hypfer> can you make it visible and see it with an unknown device?
[22:42] <mark4> the pi is the observer not the beacon
[22:42] <hypfer> that works here, too
[22:42] <hypfer> but the pi isn't discoverable at all
[22:42] <hypfer> for reasons unknown
[22:43] <mark4> then its not advertising
[22:43] <hypfer> but I've set it to do that
[22:44] <hypfer> and it reports that it does
[22:44] <mark4> how?
[22:44] <hypfer> hcitool hci0 piscan
[22:44] <Froolab> oh, yeah, raspbarian.... 2 year old version of network manager so you likely can't use nmcli to configure bluetooth.
[22:44] <hypfer> (works on other non pi machines)
[22:44] <hypfer> however I have another pi with some other raspbianesk image where it was discoverable just fine
[22:44] <hypfer> so i'm currently trying that image on that other pi
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[22:51] <niston> for the archives: https://niston.wordpress.com/2015/05/12/linear-highlow-point-sensor-calibration/
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[22:54] <hypfer> great, doesn't work
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[22:57] <aphorise> Is anyone over clocked on their rpi2?
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[23:04] <ShorTie> ya, i have
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[23:11] <Froolab> temp=48.2'C
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[23:12] <Froolab> I tried to set mine to 800mhx but it's still running 600mhz
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[23:13] <clever> Froolab: when idle, it will reduce its clock rate
[23:15] <Froolab> how do I tell it no?
[23:16] <clever> you need to set both the min and max freq
[23:16] <Froolab> rebootand now it says temp=53.0'C
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[23:17] <Froolab> I don't see a min option in config.txt
[23:17] <aphorise> ShorTie what is the rating on your psu?
[23:17] <clever> Froolab: http://elinux.org/RPiconfig#Overclocking_options
[23:17] <Froolab> so it just went up 5 degrees from a reboot?
[23:18] <aphorise> not matter what i set in my config.txt the cpu freq in lxde report is as 600Mhz
[23:18] <aphorise> no*
[23:18] <clever> aphorise: did you also set arm_freq_min ?
[23:18] <mark4> update: snooped the serial RX line of the xbee module using a second raspberry pi. i see my +++ and all commands going out but the xbee does not respond
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[23:19] <aphorise> clever no I set: http://paste.ee/p/qr0Ap
[23:20] <aphorise> what I should I set arm_freq_min ato?
[23:20] <clever> aphorise: 2015-05-12 18:16:02 < clever> you need to set both the min and max freq
[23:20] <clever> the lowest freq you want it to run at
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[23:20] <Froolab> which version of the pi is that supposed to apply to? It says arm_freq_min Minimum value of arm_freq used for dynamic clocking. Default 700 buy my pi2b always seems to be running at 600
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[23:27] <Froolab> it annoys me that my B+ is always running faster than my pi2b.
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[23:29] <mark4> Froolab, did you OC one but not the other?
[23:30] <Froolab> nope, I'm not a fan of over clocking.
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[23:37] <mark4> so if i snoop the XBee's serial RX with a second raspberry pi i see my commands going out
[23:37] <mark4> i see no responses eminating from the xbee
[23:38] <mark4> it is simply IGNORING my commands
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[23:40] <clever> mark4: baud rate right?, is it in sleep mode?
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[23:52] <mark4> clever not unless it goes into sleep mode in 10 seconds and screen somehow knows how to wake it up without transmitting anything :)
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[23:57] <clever> mark4: its a config register in the xbee, one of the pins will hold it awake or in sleep mode
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