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IRC Log for 2015-06-05

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[0:00] <Ryccardo> eggbeater: if it had a standard socket, you could easily replace your hypothetically partially burned out one :)
[0:00] <eggbeater> oh! Yes. I see now :P
[0:00] <Berg> is a old pizza coupon ok to donate?
[0:01] <niston> heheh
[0:01] <niston> bitcoin pizza :P
[0:01] <eggbeater> That's also why I'm asking...I could get a USB modem to dial-up the Pi, but would it drain the Pi too much?
[0:02] <Captain_Crow> i manage to get an image on the sd, but when i try to start up the pi theres no signal to the monitor
[0:02] <Ryccardo> ^-^ [19044.380743] cfg80211: (2402000 KHz - 2482000 KHz @ 40000 KHz), (N/A, 3000 mBm), (N/A)
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[0:05] <eggbeater> Ryccardo: what's that?
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[0:06] <Ryccardo> eggbeater: managed to rebuild wireless-regdb and crda (the documentation is quite dispersed) to change wifi card from 1 to 4 watts
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[0:08] <eggbeater> Ryccardo: still no comprehendo.....sorry, it takes a minute for me :P
[0:08] <niston> you wave pirate you
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[0:10] <Ryccardo> eggbeater: simply put, most wireless cards are limited to less than their hardware's maximum transmit power -- this is one of those limitations, which I effectively removed
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[0:17] <Captain_Crow> will a 32gb sd work with the noobs installer?
[0:18] <Ryccardo> yep
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[0:18] <Ryccardo> any size, as long as it's (simplifying bit) only one fat32 partition
[0:19] <eggbeater> Ryccardo: got it!
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[0:20] <eggbeater> Ryccardo: I guess that explains why my new sd card won't work either :P
[0:20] <Brutus> hi, is there a better browser available then epiphany? it doesn't remember my logins after a reboot
[0:21] <ozzzy> not that works with any speed
[0:21] <Brutus> but this one is useless
[0:21] <ozzzy> I rather liked epiphany after trying to run chromium
[0:21] <Brutus> yeah it's a little bit faster but it won't remember my logins
[0:21] <Brutus> so I have to login each time I start my pi
[0:21] <eggbeater> just to be cheeky, use elinks
[0:21] <Brutus> which is rather frustrating
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[0:21] <ozzzy> epiphany has nothing to do with logging in
[0:22] <ozzzy> it's just a browser
[0:22] <Ryccardo> eggbeater: got an SDXC?
[0:22] <Brutus> well it's the browser, when I use the outdated chromium on raspian, it will let me stay logged in
[0:22] <Brutus> so it doesn't keep cookies or something
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[0:22] <eggbeater> Ryccardo: hold on, I'll go check
[0:23] <ozzzy> Brutus, yes... it does
[0:23] <ozzzy> but it has nothing to do with you logging in
[0:23] <Brutus> ?
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[0:23] <Ryccardo> eggbeater: if it's 64 GB or bigger, 99% chance it's an XC
[0:24] <Ryccardo> 100% even, haven't heard of off-standard large HCs
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[0:24] <eggbeater> Ryccardo: it's a 16GB microSDHC
[0:24] <ozzzy> run raspi-config and tell it to auto start lxde and auto login the user pi
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[0:25] <Brutus> ozzzy: care to explain?
[0:25] <ozzzy> run raspi-config
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[0:25] <Brutus> ok I'm in there
[0:25] <ozzzy> Select Enable Boot to Desktop/Scratch
[0:26] <ozzzy> Select Desktop Login as user pi at the Graphical Desktop
[0:26] <Ryccardo> eggbeater: what OS do you have on your computer?
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[0:26] <Brutus> already done that
[0:26] <Brutus> that's already set
[0:26] <ozzzy> ok... then what's the problem
[0:26] <ozzzy> it should be automatically logging you in
[0:26] <Brutus> epihany browser doesn't remember cookies
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[0:26] <Brutus> but chromium does but it's outdated
[0:26] <ozzzy> but browsers have nothing to do with logging in
[0:26] <Brutus> wut?
[0:26] <Brutus> i go to gmail, it doesn't remember me
[0:26] * ozzzy wonders if Brutus has his terminology mixed up
[0:26] <ozzzy> ahhhhh
[0:26] <Brutus> no I don't
[0:26] <Brutus> you do
[0:27] <Brutus> i was talking about a browser and cookies
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[0:27] <ozzzy> you want to login to a website... not the pi
[0:27] <Brutus> yes
[0:27] <eggbeater> Ryccardo: Ubuntu 14.04
[0:27] <Brutus> and the default browser doesn't remember me (cookie wise), but chromium does but it's slow and otudated
[0:27] <Ryccardo> Brutus: I remember that it definitely does on mine... tried looking at the settings?
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[0:28] <Brutus> Ryccardo: yes but it does keep some cookies but it doesn't keep me logged in
[0:28] <eggbeater> Ryccardo: there's 4.5MB of free space in front of the main FAT partition. is that the problem?
[0:28] <Brutus> even remember passwords is still on
[0:29] <ozzzy> did you click 'stay logged in' in gmail?
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[0:29] <Brutus> that's the default option
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[0:29] <ozzzy> well... works here [shrug]
[0:29] <eggbeater> Brutus: are you incognito?
[0:30] <Brutus> in epiphany?
[0:30] <eggbeater> yes
[0:30] <Ryccardo> eggbeater: `fdisk /dev/your-sd-card`, press "o" to clear partition table, "n" to create a new partition (primary type, accept default start and end), "t" to set type to "C" (fat32 with lba), "w" to save, remove and reinsert, `mkfs.vfat -F32 /dev/sd-card-partition-1`
[0:30] <eggbeater> or "private", whichever
[0:31] <Brutus> didn't even knew it was possible
[0:31] <eggbeater> Ryccardo: I have a GUI program that can edit partitions, write .img's and such. should I use that?
[0:31] <Brutus> but i rebooted and now it did save it
[0:31] <Brutus> that's weird
[0:31] <eggbeater> Brutus: I don't even use a browser on the Pi, so I really wouldn't know :P
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[0:31] <ozzzy> I only ran lxde to see how it worked... tried chromium and it sucked
[0:32] <Brutus> eggbeater: hehe yeah i just got my power supply
[0:32] <ozzzy> generally I just use a console
[0:32] <Brutus> chromium is outdated so it won't sync
[0:32] <Brutus> well i want to use it as a low powered desktop
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[0:32] <Ryccardo> eggbeater: gparted should work even though I don't like parted and clones, gnome disk utility is pretty poor in terms of bugs
[0:33] * ozzzy is waiting for Win10
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[0:33] <Brutus> ozzzy: and do what with it
[0:33] <ozzzy> dunno yet... haven't decided
[0:34] <eggbeater> Ryccardo: so I type "fdisk /dev/*sdcardnumber*, then "o", then "n", then "t", then "C", then "w",
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[0:35] <eggbeater> Then I take the card out and put it back in...
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[0:35] <Ryccardo> eggbeater: there are more inputs inbetween, but if you read the output they'll be clear
[0:35] <eggbeater> ok
[0:36] <eggbeater> Ryccardo: I've never done anything huge like this via terminal and I spent like $20 on this card, so I don't want to mess up :P
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[0:36] <eggbeater> But I'll give it a shot. It's only money :P
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[0:37] <Froolap> hmmmmm 256 gig micro sd for $27.50
[0:37] <Ryccardo> you can't break an SD with common file/partition commands (unless it's a fake that declares itself bigger than the actual capacity) :)
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[0:38] <eggbeater> ok :D
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[0:40] <pmumble> 256g?!
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[0:43] <Ryccardo> eggbeater: but if you have a high end card reader (almost no USB ones qualify, many integrated ones in laptops do, the Pi's drive does) and the right software (mostly used in Symbian and Windows Mobile 7), you can set that annoying ATA password or make it permanently readonly
[0:43] <Ryccardo> :)
[0:43] <eggbeater> Ryccardo: this: `mkfs.vfat -F32 /dev/sd-card-partition-1` is required, right?
[0:44] <Ryccardo> yep, to actually format the partition you made (if card is /dev/sdc, use /dev/sdc1 there, if mmcblk0, mmcblk0p1)
[0:44] <eggbeater> all righty
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[0:46] <eggbeater> with the space in between mkfs.vfat and -F32 ?
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[0:47] <ozzzy> yep... no space and it thinks that it's all one command
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[0:48] <eggbeater> wait, now I'm confuzzled
[0:48] <ShorTie> that is after you define it in fdisk
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[0:49] <ShorTie> goota fdisk before mkfs.vfat
[0:49] <ShorTie> s/goota/gotta/
[0:49] <eggbeater> I did
[0:49] <eggbeater> It worked!
[0:49] <eggbeater> Should I throw the .img on in the terminal too?
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[0:52] <Froolap> well, that's what it said.....
[0:52] <Froolap> http://www.amazon.com/256gb-Micro256g-Memory-Microsd-Microsdhc/dp/B00X23BMWC/ref=sr_1_9?s=pc&ie=UTF8&qid=1433458091&sr=1-9&keywords=micro+sd
[0:53] <Froolap> I don't think I'll be buying any..... funny to read though.
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[0:54] <ShorTie> 8gb sdcard and a exteral hdd is the way to go
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[0:56] <eggbeater> Ryccardo: please pardon my newbishness (you've been wonderfully patient so far!), but which command do I use to write an .img file to a partition?
[0:56] <eggbeater> or can I use a gui to do that?
[0:57] <ShorTie> you don't right it to a partition
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[0:57] <eggbeater> :|
[0:57] <ShorTie> you write it the the whole thing
[0:57] <pmumble> dude that card is a class 10.5
[0:57] <ozzzy> yep... you write it to a device not a partition
[0:57] <eggbeater> that's what I meant, I guess :/
[0:57] <ShorTie> so like '/dev/sda'
[0:58] <eggbeater> which command do I use?
[0:58] <Ryccardo> eggbeater: to install an img use `dd if=/your/img of=/dev/sdc` (and yes you don't need to partition in advance)
[0:58] <pmumble> lol
[0:58] <ozzzy> dd if=[image file name] of=/dev/[device]
[0:58] <Ryccardo> but for noobs you unzip the files to a fat32 partition
[0:58] <eggbeater> sweet! thanks!
[0:58] <eggbeater> I don't quite consider myself a newb :D
[0:58] <Gothic_Day> just be careful using DD. you can erase sensitive data very easily
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[0:59] <pmumble> lol noobs is the name of a pi distro
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[0:59] <eggbeater> oh
[0:59] <pmumble> :)
[0:59] <Gothic_Day> New Out Of Box Software
[0:59] <ShorTie> noobs is a partition happy sdcard eater
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[0:59] <ozzzy> I just use raspbian
[1:00] <Ryccardo> ↑↑↑↑↑↑↑↓
[1:00] <Ryccardo> Gothic_Day: well, that's why you don't leave your backup disk connected 24/7 (well, mine actually gets very hot if left spinning for over 30 minutes or so)
[1:00] <pmumble> i got raspbian, pidora, retropie, and kali images. so many os's so few pis. :(
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[1:01] <eggbeater> pmumble: ikr?
[1:01] <Gothic_Day> Ryccardo, I'm on a Mac, so.. yeah. Time Machine ad all
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[1:01] <ozzzy> I wish I still had my macs
[1:02] <Gothic_Day> I took the day off from work just to watch WWDC lol
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[1:02] <Ryccardo> Gothic_Day: Time Machine is what I miss the most indeed (and, as for my last message, it cheats and uses a kernel driver to avoid some accidental changes)
[1:02] <pmumble> time machine saved my butt the other day. full 400GB restore np, and the image was from just an hour before the failure
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[1:03] <pmumble> running bacula on the pis. not quite the same but still good
[1:03] <Ryccardo> pmumble: you want this for microSD? :) https://www.flickr.com/photos/davidglover/4717653724/
[1:03] <Gothic_Day> quit
[1:04] <pmumble> nice
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[1:05] <eggbeater> for dd if="foo", does the *of* flag need to have "op1" at the end of the device address?
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[1:05] <Ryccardo> hm? no partition number, enter a full device
[1:06] <pmumble> the "of" parameter should exactly match the name of a root device from the lsblk command, such as "/dev/sdd"
[1:06] <pmumble> we need a faqbot for this
[1:06] <eggbeater> how do I find the root device name? thanks for sticking with me guys :D
[1:07] <pmumble> use the lsblk command
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[1:07] <pmumble> is that your romscanner Ryccardo ?
[1:08] <Ryccardo> nah, oldest thing I've used is an Amiga 500
[1:08] <pmumble> my first computer as well :)
[1:08] <pmumble> i just got my amiga emu working in retropie last night. i was playing the bards tale 1 for a few hours
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[1:09] <ShorTie> lsblk | grep disk | awk '{print $1}'
[1:09] <ShorTie> use 1 of those
[1:09] <eggbeater> so just mmcblk0?
[1:09] * pmumble likes 'cat /proc/partitions'
[1:10] <Ryccardo> eggbeater: yup
[1:10] <eggbeater> pmumble: ???
[1:10] <eggbeater> all righty
[1:10] <pmumble> eggbeater: are you doing this on the pi?
[1:11] <eggbeater> no, my laptop
[1:11] <pmumble> oh ok
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[1:11] <ShorTie> hope not if it's mmcblk0
[1:11] <pmumble> yeah lol
[1:11] <pmumble> just make sure you pick the right device, they call it data destroyer for a reason
[1:11] <ShorTie> laptop sdcard readers don't work right hafe the time
[1:12] <Ryccardo> maybe if they're Broadcoms... :)
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[1:13] <ShorTie> more like old
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[1:15] <eggbeater> oh, dd stands for data destroyer, I presume?
[1:15] <pmumble> it can
[1:15] <pmumble> if you do it right
[1:15] <ShorTie> it just doesn't care what it over writes is all
[1:16] <fred1807> I want to generate a file, with some info, and I want this file to be named with my raspberry serial number.
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[1:17] <mxtm> hm... I want to get a pi setup to push down a door knob and open a door
[1:17] <fred1807> This gives me the serial number: grep -Po '^Serial\s*:\s*\K[[:xdigit:]]{16}' /proc/cpuinfo
[1:18] <Ryccardo> echo "whatever" >`grep -Po '^Serial\s*:\s*\K[[:xdigit:]]{16}' /proc/cpuinfo` ?
[1:18] <mxtm> well, mostly just like, use a motor w/ some weight on it to push a knob down
[1:20] <ShorTie> serial=$(cat /proc/cpuinfo | grep Serial | awk '{print $3}')
[1:21] <ShorTie> easier to read too, lol.
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[1:23] <pmumble> so today i got two of these microusb cables someone recommended, they've got a switch on em. micro on one end regular usb on the other... but no power supply
[1:24] <pmumble> anyone recommend a good source for just the wart ps, 2a or something?
[1:24] <eggbeater> Ryccardo, pmumble: I dd'd the .img file, and I put the card in my pi, but nothing happens. :\
[1:25] <Ryccardo> pmumble: I had success with 7 € "Eka" power bricks... blue led, a 2 amp socket and another 1 amp one even though they're in parallel
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[1:25] <ShorTie> i get mine from ebay
[1:26] <ShorTie> cheap things, never had a problem yet
[1:26] <pmumble> http://www.ebay.com/bhp/5v-2a-usb?rmvSB=true
[1:26] <pmumble> like this?
[1:26] <Ryccardo> all my troubles were due to the cables, indeed
[1:26] <pmumble> er http://www.ebay.com/itm/5V-2A-USB-Port-Jack-Wall-Charger-5-Volt-v-2-Amp-AC-to-DC-Power-Adapter-Converter-/321593667135
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[1:27] <pmumble> hm nvm that doesnt say eka
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[1:28] <ShorTie> get the 1's with a little higher voltage, like 5.1 or 5.2 instead of just 5.0
[1:28] <ShorTie> every little bit helps as they say, lol.
[1:29] <eggbeater> Ryccardo: the pi doesn't use the card and the screen is blank...what to do?
[1:29] <Ryccardo> eggbeater: post the exact dd command
[1:30] <Captain_Crow> i installed raspbian on an sd card using dd and it said 3.3gb copied without an error, but when i connect the raspberry to a monitor it says no signal
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[1:31] <ShorTie> what class sdcard is it ??
[1:32] <Bogdan47> does anyone have any experience or links connecting to Analog Devices AD7606 AD converter?
[1:32] <Bogdan47> http://www.amazon.com/SMAKN%C2%AE-AD7606-acquisition-synchronization-sampling/dp/B00NKYJUBI/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1433460601&sr=8-1&keywords=ad7606
[1:32] <ShorTie> how old is the laptop ??
[1:32] <Ryccardo> to both of you -- does the green led blink for SD activity?
[1:32] <ShorTie> yes sir
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[1:32] <eggbeater> ShorTie: Class 10
[1:32] <eggbeater> ok...here's the command
[1:34] <eggbeater> dd if='home/lukas/downloads/OpenELEC-RPi-arm-5.0.8.img' of=/dev/mmcblk0
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[1:34] <ShorTie> no '
[1:34] <eggbeater> Ryccardo, on my B+ the light is steady...on the B1 it doesn't light up
[1:34] <ShorTie> and you need bs=4M
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[1:35] <ShorTie> dd if=/home/lukas/downloads/OpenELEC-RPi-arm-5.0.8.img of=/dev/mmcblk0 bs=4M
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[1:35] <ShorTie> try that
[1:35] <Ryccardo> eggbeater: hmmm, exactly like my broken Pi2... both lights on with or without card -- anyway, back to your command, unless you were in the root folder the image path is wrong
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[1:38] <eggbeater> so do I use ShorTie's command?
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[1:40] <Ryccardo> yep, correct path and, if you want a bit faster transfer, larger blocks
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[1:44] <Captain_Crow> Ryccardo, i see a green light, but its not blinking
[1:45] <eggbeater> oh, should I unmount the card before I write? That may be the problem.
[1:45] <Ryccardo> yep, unmount but not eject (or mmcblk0* disappears)
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[1:54] <eggbeater> ahh yes! there we go!
[1:54] <pmumble> hooray
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[2:14] <|izzie> hi.. i am trying to do wifi tethering with my rpi
[2:15] <|izzie> how do i find the ip address of the pi that is connected to my computer?
[2:16] <Ryccardo> from the pi side? ifconfig (or many alternatives)
[2:16] <|izzie> no, from my machine
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[2:16] <|izzie> i have no other way to access the pi at this moment
[2:16] <|izzie> than to ssh into it.
[2:18] <Ryccardo> the web interface of your router likely has a list of currently connected, or at least dhcp'd, devices
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[2:19] <ShorTie> if wifi isn't setup, it isn't gonna work
[2:19] <|izzie> i'm in a library right now, connected with my computer to their wifi... i have my rpi tethered to my pc
[2:19] <ShorTie> need a wire first
[2:19] <|izzie> i have connected this way in the past, i just cannot do it again.
[2:20] <ShorTie> didn't take good notes then it sounds like
[2:21] <|izzie> *OUCH*
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[2:32] <fred1807> I want to compare my raspberry pi serial number ( I get it from grep -Po '^Serial\s*:\s*\K[[:xdigit:]]{16}' /proc/cpuinfo ) with a text list, and do something if the serial is present inside that list (and do nothing if not)
[2:34] <asey> what are you wanting to do if there's a match?
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[2:39] <fred1807> asey: If there is a match, raspbery will shutdown
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[3:04] <asey> k
[3:04] <asey> so why not a shell script?
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[3:09] <eQuiNoX__> Hi Everyone! I was trying to compile a rpi kernel with debug symbols and boot it up in qemu but I seem to the running into the error shown here : http://pastebin.com/3uwnvrt2
[3:09] <eQuiNoX__> Any help on what could be going wrong? Any more information I can provide to help diagnose the problem?
[3:09] <asey> fred1807: cat serials.txt | grep --quiet <serial> && shutdown -h now or something like that
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[3:29] <schuc> Hi guys.. Is Win32DiskImager the only app you have used to both create and write SD disk images? Any other suggestions? I don't like how it doesn't compress the image.
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[3:30] <shaun413> hello
[3:30] <schuc> Also, I haven't yet tried taking an image of a 16GB card with only 2GB being used and try to write that image to an 8GB card
[3:30] <shaun413> What rpi to buy
[3:30] <shaun413> is the question on my mind
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[3:34] <eggbeater> shaun413: whichever one tickles your fancy/has what you want/fits your budget
[3:34] <shaun413> well
[3:34] <shaun413> whats the best?
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[3:34] <eggbeater> What do you mean by that?
[3:34] <shaun413> idk
[3:35] <eggbeater> I guess I would say the RPi 2?
[3:35] <shaun413> does it still blow up if i flash a light at it
[3:35] <eggbeater> unless you'd like to save $10 and get the B+
[3:35] <kookie> get the pi B-24
[3:35] <eggbeater> well, when did that happen?
[3:35] <kookie> get the pi B-2
[3:35] <eggbeater> kookie: I love that one
[3:35] <hamrove> anyone tried win10 IoT on the pi 2 yet? anything cool, or pointless?
[3:35] <eggbeater> it was my first one and holds much sentimentality
[3:35] <kookie> I got mine from amazon
[3:36] <shaun413> and, what accesorries do i need
[3:36] <kookie> stay away from windows
[3:36] <hamrove> seems pointless honestly
[3:36] <shaun413> ofc raspbian
[3:36] <eggbeater> what are you hoping to do with your pu?
[3:36] <hamrove> but i have an open mind
[3:36] <eggbeater> *pi
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[3:36] <shaun413> a bunch of stuff
[3:36] <eggbeater> It'll work as a computer right out of the box
[3:36] <shaun413> maybe a nice portable pc for the car?
[3:36] <shaun413> idk
[3:36] <hamrove> meh, already have a computer!
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[3:37] <eggbeater> get some LEDs, resistors, motors, the like
[3:37] <shaun413> 3d printer controller, htpc, LEDS!
[3:37] <shaun413> I LOVE LEDS
[3:37] <eggbeater> if you're a tinkerer like me
[3:37] <factor> Which images work for the raspberry pi 2 B
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[3:37] <eggbeater> if you like leds, then try this:
[3:37] <shaun413> I LOVE LEDS
[3:37] <eggbeater> https://launchpad.net/raspberrypi-christmaslights/
[3:37] <shaun413> you know that spaceship guy on lego movie
[3:37] <Ryccardo> good night, kernel compile time (with increased power ath9k drivers)...
[3:37] <shaun413> thats me with leds
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[3:38] <factor> I tried to get the latest raspian to boot but could not on the pi 2 B
[3:39] <shaun413> meh, they have purpous made boards for christmas lights
[3:39] <shaun413> renards dimmer boards
[3:39] <eggbeater> shaun413: my feelings...
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[3:39] <eggbeater> I birthed that project! :P:P:P
[3:40] <shaun413> i didnt know server packets had feelings
[3:40] <shaun413> :)
[3:40] <eggbeater> lol
[3:41] <kookie> http://www.amazon.com/CanaKit-Raspberry-Complete-Original-Preloaded/dp/B008XVAVAW/ref=sr_1_2?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1433468457&sr=1-2&keywords=raspberry+pi+2
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[3:44] <kookie> that's the pi I got
[3:44] <kookie> faster than any other pi
[3:45] <shaun413> i can print my own case
[3:45] <shaun413> :p
[3:45] <kookie> but I would not try win ten on it. I use only Linux
[3:45] <kookie> cool
[3:45] <eggbeater> bcuz linux is bosss
[3:46] <kookie> nah, just a different OS
[3:46] <kookie> just like cars, trucks, just another automobile.
[3:47] <ozzzy> Linux is good... Windows is good.... Unix is good [shrug]
[3:47] <ozzzy> you use what you need to use
[3:47] <ozzzy> I'll put Win10 on my Pi
[3:48] <kookie> Mac is a mac, windows is windows and Linux is linux, all OSes and all do same purposes...
[3:48] <eggbeater> ozzzy: I agree
[3:48] <ozzzy> kookie, yep
[3:48] <eggbeater> this
[3:48] <ozzzy> if it doesn't seem decent I'll take Win10 off the Pi [shrug]
[3:48] <kookie> ok
[3:49] <ozzzy> but... I've set the desktop to upgrade to Win10 as soon as it's available
[3:49] <kookie> it's your taste
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[3:53] <kookie> lol
[3:53] <kookie> all my pi's and lappies have linux
[3:54] <eggbeater> same
[3:55] <abnormal> cool
[3:55] <NedScott> I use that 3D unix thing from the first Jurassic Park movie, but all the damn raptors keep getting out
[3:55] <eggbeater> I'm so sorry
[3:56] <eggbeater> I'll take a few of those
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[3:56] <NedScott> I feel sorry for the neighbors dogs
[3:56] <eggbeater> bye guys
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[3:56] <ozzzy> other than the Pi all my machines have some form of Windows.... it's a requirement... Linux won't work
[3:57] <ozzzy> before I started doing astro imaging I was all Linux
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[3:58] <abnormal> I see.. ok, understood.
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[4:19] <factor> So the rasp 2 b need 1.8a to operate
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[4:26] <abnormal> at least
[4:26] <abnormal> a 2.5 V PSU is best
[4:26] <abnormal> oops
[4:26] <abnormal> 2.5 A
[4:27] <abnormal> not V, sorry
[4:28] <factor> How about 2.1 a
[4:28] <factor> Im using a 2.1 amp usb
[4:28] <factor> still not working
[4:29] <factor> the lights come on , Im using the latest Raspian
[4:29] <factor> but no HDMI action
[4:29] <factor> 32gig card
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[4:31] <kookie> what is plugged in the pi's USB ports?
[4:31] <factor> 0
[4:31] <factor> Just want it to boot
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[4:32] <factor> msd card HDMI and 2.1a usb
[4:32] <kookie> no keyboard and mouse?
[4:32] <factor> nope
[4:32] <factor> I will use them as servers so will be headless after I get it to boot
[4:32] <kookie> well I think it would help if you plug in kybd and mouse
[4:33] <kookie> ahhh.. ok... talk to niston
[4:33] <kookie> he's the expert on that
[4:34] <kookie> what PSU are you using?
[4:35] <factor> 2.1 usb
[4:35] <kookie> into what port?
[4:35] <factor> should be enough well over the naormal power
[4:35] <factor> micro usb port
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[4:36] <factor> I have a original pi working now as a server.
[4:36] <kookie> ok what is the make of the PSU you using?
[4:37] <factor> best buy insignia
[4:38] <kookie> ok suggest you get the one from adafruit.com.. it's made for pi
[4:39] <kookie> http://www.amazon.com/CanaKit-Raspberry-Complete-Original-Preloaded/dp/B008XVAVAW/ref=sr_1_2?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1433468457&sr=1-2&keywords=raspberry+pi+2
[4:39] <kookie> this kit has a good one in it..
[4:39] <kookie> it's 2.5 A
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[4:40] <factor> So 2.1A wont do, reading a 1.8 a is required
[4:40] <factor> 2.1 a is well oveer that
[4:40] <Xeon3D> I booted my rpi2 with a 2.1A
[4:40] <factor> ok good to know
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[4:40] <factor> is it rpi2 b
[4:40] <Xeon3D> yes
[4:41] <factor> ok
[4:41] <Xeon3D> bought it three days ago, got it yesterday
[4:41] <Xeon3D> still dunno what to do with it to be honest
[4:42] <factor> I bought two of them .
[4:42] <kookie> is the SD card too big?
[4:42] <factor> had one already , will test out clustering
[4:42] <factor> 32gig
[4:42] <Xeon3D> I got rPi2, 16gb sandisk ultra microsd and a 2x2.1A 5V Plug Charger
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[4:43] <factor> I run 32 gig on my rpi b
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[4:46] <kookie> ok just to be sure, try it with a kybd and mouse
[4:47] <factor> I had it plugged in now keyboard mouse combo
[4:47] <factor> pulled it from my rpi b
[4:47] <factor> still nothing
[4:48] <factor> card is a SanDisk Ultra PLUS microSDHC UHS-i
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[4:48] <factor> 32 g
[4:48] <factor> calss 10
[4:48] <Xeon3D> is the card properly prepared?
[4:48] <factor> dd if=image of=/dev/sdd
[4:49] <Xeon3D> All i can think of is that the rpi doesn't find the bootroms or whatever it is that's stored on the sdcard and hence is not doing anything
[4:49] <factor> it is not doing anything except lighting up red and green led
[4:49] <factor> no blinks
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[4:50] <Xeon3D> http://elinux.org/R-Pi_Troubleshooting#Red_power_LED_is_on.2C_green_LED_does_not_flash.2C_nothing_on_display
[4:50] <factor> I will try imaging the NOOBS to one of my cards
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[4:50] <factor> reading
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[4:56] <Chocolate_Chip> Is it possible to run Debian GNU/Herd on the Raspberry PI?
[4:57] <Chocolate_Chip> also, Is it possible to run Windows NT For ARM
[4:59] <kookie> you could try it.. the pi B-2 would probably handle those..
[4:59] <Aldem> There is already a Debian for Rbi no ?
[5:00] <kookie> yes
[5:00] <kookie> and maybe ubuntu
[5:00] <kookie> look in the pi forums
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[5:02] <CanDoo> hello
[5:02] <kookie> hello
[5:02] <CanDoo> can i put a pin connected to a 74hct595 into pwm mode?
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[5:04] <kookie> gee, I don't know that one, ask niston if he shows up
[5:04] <Aldem> Let's ping him until he comes back !
[5:04] <shaun413> how much is a decent rpi kit
[5:04] <shaun413> with LEDS
[5:04] <shaun413> lots of them
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[5:11] <kookie> look in amazon.com
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[5:22] <NedScott> shaun413: that... do what? are in a matrix? That spell something out?
[5:22] <shaun413> idk, dont have them yet
[5:22] <shaun413> maybe addressable strips
[5:22] <shaun413> maybe growing lights for vegis
[5:22] <shaun413> maybe backlighting for movies
[5:26] <NedScott> right..
[5:27] <shaun413> ?
[5:30] <kookie> ok then look in adafruit.com, they got lots of those fancy stuff for the pi's
[5:31] <kookie> or makezine.com
[5:31] <shaun413> would it be better to use arduino?
[5:32] <kookie> yes
[5:32] <shaun413> why
[5:32] <kookie> or piface
[5:32] <kookie> keep you from bricking the pi
[5:32] <shaun413> how would that happen
[5:33] <kookie> or use parallax quickstart
[5:33] <kookie> hook up wrong pins and poof
[5:33] <kookie> pi is very sensitive
[5:33] <kookie> easy to brick it..
[5:35] <kookie> I never hook any wires to the pi's pins directly.. I use a Uno, quickstart, or piface.
[5:35] <kookie> it's much safer
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[5:37] <kookie> this is the pi I have... http://www.amazon.com/CanaKit-Raspberry-Complete-Original-Preloaded/dp/B008XVAVAW/ref=sr_1_2?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1433468457&sr=1-2&keywords=raspberry+pi+2
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[5:52] <tawr> hi guys
[5:57] <kookie> hello
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[6:35] <yogeshsarwate> Hi
[6:36] <yogeshsarwate> I am not able to connect rpi to TV by rca or av cable
[6:36] <yogeshsarwate> Any ideas
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[6:39] <yogeshsarwate> It get connected by hdmi but when i try to connect it by rca it gives messa
[6:40] <yogeshsarwate> No signle
[6:41] <yogeshsarwate> Hi
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[6:43] <kookie> if it works by HDMI, then why not use that?
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[6:45] <yogeshsarwate> But why i am not able to use it with rca is there any procedure or device i need to plant
[6:46] <kookie> suggestion: look in the pi forums, www.raspberrypi.org and enter in the topic search box upper right to narrow the search time...
[6:47] <yogeshsarwate> Any one tried to connect it by rca?
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[6:50] <abnormal> I am sure many people have.. that's why I suggested to go to the forums and see how they succeeded..
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[6:50] <yogeshsarwate> Ok
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[6:51] <abnormal> sorry I don't have direct answer for you..
[6:51] <yogeshsarwate> Ok
[6:51] <abnormal> google it and maybe some good ideas
[6:51] <yogeshsarwate> But you show me the way thanks
[6:51] <abnormal> yw
[6:52] <factor> abnormal kookie Found the problem had to unzip the img, could have swore the older pi worked with zip's
[6:52] <abnormal> lol, sorry about that
[6:52] <abnormal> forgot about unzipping them.. my fault..
[6:54] <abnormal> my experience was I downloaded them on a win lappy and that little app did all the tasks for me like a noob.
[6:55] <abnormal> called windiskimager
[6:55] <abnormal> been almost two yrs since I did all that
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[6:58] <factor> Dont use windows.
[6:58] <factor> left it in 96
[6:59] <kookie> ok, sorry..
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[6:59] * pmumble high fives factor.
[6:59] <factor> :)
[7:00] <kookie> that's a long time ago.. nine years
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[7:00] <kookie> or 19?
[7:00] <kookie> yeh, 19
[7:00] <kookie> wow
[7:01] <factor> heh yeah started Linux in 94 slackware 97 debian
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[7:01] <factor> redhat mixed in between them.
[7:01] <factor> stuck with debian since 97 though
[7:01] <pmumble> anyone know how to swap disks on uae4all?
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[7:04] <kookie> I don't know, sorry
[7:04] <kookie> maybe google it?
[7:04] <factor> never used it.
[7:04] <pmumble> have tried many times
[7:04] <kookie> ok try the pi forums?
[7:05] <pmumble> no luck there yet either
[7:05] <kookie> oh wow.... ok min..
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[7:07] <kookie> https://github.com/kerheol/uae4all/blob/master/README_GP2X.txt
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[7:07] <kookie> brb
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[7:11] <pmumble> whats a gp2x i wonder
[7:11] <pmumble> dont see any info there, thanks tho
[7:11] <pmumble> i cant figure out what the meta-controls are to interact with the emulator at all. i read somewhere f12, but that doesnt work
[7:14] <kookie> sorry.. I tried
[7:15] <kookie> keep googling it until you hit the right answer... gotta go now.. night..
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[7:15] <pmumble> not everything is on google
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[7:19] <CanDoo> well
[7:19] <CanDoo> can i put a pin connected to a 74hct595 into pwm mode?
[7:21] <asey> ...
[7:21] <asey> to what purpose
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[7:24] <asey> i mean, sure you can. what results are you expecting?
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[7:54] <fred1807> what is wrong with this rc.local of mine? http://pastebin.com/raw.php?i=uFjrHBWR
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[7:56] <ShorTie> ttake out the " 's
[7:57] <ShorTie> s/%s\n" "$_IP"/%s\n", $_IP/
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[8:13] <ShorTie> this works, printf "My IP address is %s\n", $(hostname -I)
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[8:21] <schuc> Hmm... What happens if you run the install Midori command twice?
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[8:23] <ShorTie> "install Midori command" ??
[8:23] <schuc> yea, via apt-get
[8:23] <schuc> with install option
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[8:23] <schuc> Hi there ShorTie, by the way :)
[8:23] <ShorTie> nothing, it will say it is already installed
[8:23] <ShorTie> Good Morning
[8:23] <schuc> ok, that would be perfect
[8:24] <schuc> I just wasn't sure if you would overwrite and go through the long process again
[8:24] <schuc> I'm writing a script and would like to have that in there so if Midori isn't on the system, it's installed, otherwise skip as you said
[8:25] <ShorTie> use the which command
[8:28] <ShorTie> like, if [ "which midori" == "" ] then install
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[8:33] <schuc> yea, I'm working out the syntax here... that's a good idea though
[8:35] <ShorTie> is that the only thing that needs installed/checked for ??
[8:36] <schuc> so far, yes
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[8:38] <ShorTie> ok, because with the += you can add them up and just do 1 apt-get
[8:38] <schuc> ok, I got it... I wanted to use a subshell to have it on a single line.. all good
[8:38] <schuc> thanks
[8:38] <schuc> oh, that's cool. I'm just learning apt-get so I appreciate it
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[8:40] <ShorTie> apt-get can be a variable like 'apt-get install $installs'
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[8:41] <ShorTie> so to add them up, it be like, 'install+=" midori", for each which
[8:42] <schuc> cool, thanks :)
[8:42] <ShorTie> No Problem
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[8:58] <schuc> Win32DiskImager Question: If I save an image of an 16GB SD card(that is only using 2GB) and then try to write that image to an 8GB card, do you know what will happen? I notice that Win32DiskImager images appear to be the size of the card they came from even if there is empty space so this isn't looking good to me but wanted to ask others that may have tried this. Thanks!
[9:01] <schuc> ... please state my handle with your reply so I get notified. Thanks again
[9:01] <Xark> schuc: It will not be right. It might accidentally work, but it would be like a HDD with the 2nd half all bad sectors. :)
[9:01] <schuc> hmm... so no compressing that down at all then, huh?
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[9:01] <schuc> seems like such a waste
[9:01] <Xark> schuc: You can resize the partition
[9:02] <Xark> (but not sure about doing it after it is on a "too small" SD).
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[9:02] <schuc> but I can't resize an 8GB SD card to 16GB... know what I mean?
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[9:02] <Xark> Yeah. You can perhaps resize it on some other media (USB flash e.g.)
[9:03] * Xark notes it is also possible to mount the image and resize the partition...
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[9:03] <schuc> seems weird that I am going to have to create all my images using an 8GB card so it is compatible with larger cards
[9:04] <schuc> I'm still looking for an alternative to Win32DiskImager and thought I found one, but the images I have made with the other haven't worked
[9:04] <schuc> ..so my search continues lol
[9:04] <ShorTie> just use rpi-clone
[9:05] <schuc> but I want images... not just cloning
[9:05] <schuc> I want to make the images and then back them up
[9:06] <ShorTie> ok, you can use this then https://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/viewtopic.php?p=737900
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[9:07] <schuc> thanks... checking
[9:08] <Berg> <--has a new sd card
[9:09] <schuc> and you're the author too..nice. I'm going to have to try that out
[9:09] <fred1807> How can I encrypt me raspberry filesystem, so if any steals my sd card he wont be able to mount it on a liux machine, and navigate the filesystem to my personal docs ?
[9:10] <ShorTie> keep the sdcard in your pocket ??
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[9:11] <pmumble> welcome back to the land of the living, berg
[9:12] <pmumble> does raspbian include luks?
[9:12] <fred1807> no, encrypt
[9:12] <ShorTie> but really, storing stuff on the sdcard may not be a good idea
[9:12] <fred1807> there gotta be a way
[9:12] <ShorTie> store it on a usb stick
[9:12] <fred1807> man
[9:13] <ShorTie> sdcards can go poof in a heart bet
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[9:13] <fred1807> man
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[9:13] <pmumble> cryptsetup is in the apt library, i think luks support might be available, fred1807
[9:13] <fred1807> nice
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[9:17] <Berg> \well its njot living its still just a red and green light
[9:17] <Berg> still no joy with new card
[9:18] <Berg> i think i killed it
[9:18] <Berg> i put a clean copy of noobs on it
[9:18] <pmumble> ouch
[9:18] <Berg> does the card have to be read write ?
[9:20] <Berg> the card will not let me change any permission?
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[9:50] <schuc> ShorTie, Are you around?
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[9:55] <ShorTie> sup ??
[9:56] <schuc> hey... just wanted to say that's some nice script writing there
[9:56] <schuc> I used to write a ton of scripts before and totally loved Unix, but am just getting back into it recently with the raspi
[9:57] <schuc> so fun to see some of the tricks/methods in the script you put on github
[9:57] <schuc> brings me back and reminds me
[9:57] <schuc> I used to be able to do that right off the top of my head... not so much now.. lol
[9:57] <ShorTie> did you check out my whole github, there are a few others there ??
[9:57] <ShorTie> Thankz .. :)~
[9:59] <schuc> actually, no... I just went to the link you shared
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[9:59] <schuc> would love to see the others
[9:59] <schuc> lemme see... it must link up to your main area
[10:00] <schuc> yep, I see it
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[10:12] <pepijndevos> Just checking... the I2C lines on the Raspi have the pull ups built in?
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[10:18] <ShorTie> i do believe so
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[11:37] <torbit> Hi folks.
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[11:38] <torbit> I need some help
[11:38] <torbit> I am trying to setup a pi using smsc 9500 module and its drivers
[11:38] <torbit> the host has autoneg set to off, speed of 100 and duplex to half.
[11:39] <torbit> I can see the link on autoneg set to off and on but I cant seem to gt an IP at all
[11:39] <torbit> I was using ethtools to pace this settings
[11:40] <torbit> place the settings I mean but I cant seem to get any IP on the lease
[11:40] <torbit> would anyone know how to do by this
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[11:55] <Vrooom> Hi
[11:55] <Vrooom> im about to buy my first raspberry pi for retropie so which pi i should get? i see PI 2 B (900mhz/1gb ram) or should i get lower spec ?
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[11:59] <ShorTie> after playing with computers for 35 years, if there is 1 thing i've learned it is your pc is never fast enough or has enough memmory
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[12:05] <Vrooom> ShorTie haha that is so true. after 20 years of playing with pc.
[12:06] <ShorTie> :)~
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[12:07] <ShorTie> so why would the pi be any thing different ??
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[12:07] <ShorTie> they like the same price, aren't they ??
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[12:10] <Vrooom> So i buy fastest&latest one
[12:11] <Vrooom> im thinking of software compitability issues 700mhz vs 900mhz, 512mb/1gb
[12:13] <ShorTie> don't think not a big enough difference to make a difference
[12:13] <ShorTie> not like your going from a 8088 to a 486dx33
[12:13] <MY123> ShorTie, there was some CPU features removed on the Pi2 which I use
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[12:14] <MY123> [VFP SIMD mode,was superseded by NEON but that is not IEEE-compilant]
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[12:15] <MY123> ShorTie, but what you say is true for 75% of the cases
[12:15] <ShorTie> sorry, have no idea what that is or someone else complaining about it
[12:16] <MY123> ShorTie, it is a SIMD floating point unit compilant with IEEE norms
[12:16] <MY123> ShorTie, so it's much easier to convert SSE2 x86 programs to it
[12:17] <MY123> [used in my dynamic translator]
[12:17] <ShorTie> oh .. :/~
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[12:17] <Vrooom> i really want pi for retropie. that all i will use it for and a computer for my tv. browsing the internet etc.
[12:17] <MY123> ShorTie, and that was removed in v7 :(
[12:18] <MY123> it's a thing I miss on the Pi2
[12:19] <ShorTie> i think the rpi2 would fit you better then
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[12:19] <ShorTie> but i do niether, so..... :/~
[12:20] <MY123> ShorTie, I still didn't manage that asshole, so my dynamic translator doesn't work with v7
[12:20] <MY123> (and no SSE2 makes much less apps usable)
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[12:20] <ShorTie> hey, watch the language Pleaze!!
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[13:38] <knob> Good morning all! =)
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[13:47] <mijk> hi, anyone use a Fairywren board?
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[13:51] <knob> mijk, hadn't heard of it... googling now
[13:51] <mijk> oh
[13:51] <knob> that thing looks cool
[13:52] <knob> What are you going to use it for?
[13:52] <mijk> I was just wondering if it would interface with a Pi 2
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[13:52] <mijk> it was expensive lol, I used it as a server for some time
[13:53] <knob> From the page: This product is ONLY designed for the Raspberry Pi B. It is NOT compatible with Raspberry Pi 2 or B+!!
[13:53] <mijk> put it in a slim microatx case
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[13:53] <mijk> blast!
[13:53] <knob> I wonder why they have not updated it...
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[14:10] <mijk> that's a good question
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[14:19] <FlyingPersian> jeez got everythng for my ambilight except the tools -.-
[14:19] <Brutus> is there a good way to use the pi2 as a desktop, watching youtube and other flash sites etc?
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[14:25] <mijk> Brutus: I had hoped using a Fairywren board but it doesn't work with newer PI's
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[14:31] <Vrooom> that why im debating to go for older pi imnstead of pi 2 b
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[14:49] <delanne> Hi, I plan to start a project (another domotic project :-). I wonder how I can mock GPIO and other RPI stuff in order to have some unittests which validate I don't break any feature (Continuous integration with buildbot and/or travis)
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[14:49] <delanne> do you guys have any recomendation ? I only notice "gpiocrust", is there any other project ?
[14:50] <delanne> what I'm looking for is some kind of developper environment for the RPI (like for example the one provided by apple for the iPhone)
[14:52] <Froolap> buildbot?
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[14:53] <delanne> buildbot is a Continuous integration framework written in python
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[15:39] <Vrooom> is there a raspberry pi emulator
[15:39] <ThinkingofPython> What would you need to emulate?
[15:40] <Vrooom> retropi
[15:40] <ThinkingofPython> Cant you just install that on a regular debian build, or through a linux emu?
[15:40] <ThinkingofPython> I have emulationstation on my PC
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[15:41] <Vrooom> I have hard time getting that to work :(*
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[15:41] <ThinkingofPython> Emulationstation works fine for me. Isn't it just a front end of retropi anyways?
[15:42] <Vrooom> its all in 1
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[16:04] <hjf> i installed a raspi 2 B with an HDMI splitter to connect to 2 TVs, but one of the TVs losses the signal
[16:05] <hjf> i set the boost option in the boot file to 7 but it still does the same
[16:05] <hjf> is there anything else i can try?
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[16:07] <ThinkingofPython> Is the HDMI splitter a cable or a powered hub?
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[16:13] <FlyingPersian> anyone got an idea how I get a cable in there? http://www.adko.de/shop/artikel38/7709/NOJS/detail.html
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[16:15] <Ryccardo> partially remove the 2 screws in the green block, insert stripped wires, tighten
[16:17] <FlyingPersian> ha got it
[16:17] <FlyingPersian> thanks
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[16:18] <hjf> ThinkingofPython: it's a cable so i'm guessing it's passive? unless HDMI can power a splitter? it's just 3 male cables shaped liek a Y with a big fat box in the middle
[16:19] <ThinkingofPython> Hmm, I believe powered boxes are avaliable
[16:19] <ThinkingofPython> My guess is that the Pi doesnt push enough power through HDMI
[16:19] <Ryccardo> that might be it -- Pi has a very limited power output for hdmi, same reason you can't use "passive" hdmi→vga cables
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[16:20] <hjf> maybe i should tell the client to use a powered HDMI splitter
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[16:26] <niston> I'm using a passive HDMI->VGA converter on a Pi without problems
[16:26] <niston> its the one that element14 sells
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[16:32] <ToRA_> hola! does anyone know of a sort of proxy for rpi that would help for slow pages (pages that are too much for the pi to handle without lag)
[16:33] <hjf> ToRA_: Opera? for mobiles, that browser uses a proxy that compresses images and such
[16:33] <ToRA_> brilliant idea!
[16:33] <ToRA_> i'll try it out. but i am up for more ideas if anyone else has any more
[16:33] <hjf> maybe if i drop the resolution on the raspi it will help? i think it's set to 1920x1080. if i set it to 1280x720 it may work better...maybe
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[16:35] <pksato> hjf: you tested splitter with other hdmi source?
[16:35] <pksato> or swapped tvs on hdmi out ports.
[16:35] <FlyingPersian> are the GPIOs the same on all raspberrys?
[16:36] <niston> model B+ has different GPIO port (more Pins)
[16:36] <niston> so has Pi2
[16:36] <shiftplusone> FlyingPersian: 'mostly'
[16:36] <FlyingPersian> okay
[16:36] <niston> hellos shiftplusone o/
[16:36] <FlyingPersian> http://www.element14.com/community/docs/DOC-73950/l/raspberry-pi-2-model-b-gpio-40-pin-block-pinout
[16:37] <FlyingPersian> I assume this one is right :x
[16:37] <shiftplusone> niston: hey
[16:38] <shiftplusone> FlyingPersian: which pi do you have?
[16:38] <CanDoo> ok
[16:38] <CanDoo> so i figured out how i'm going to pwm a 74hct595
[16:38] <FlyingPersian> 2
[16:39] <shiftplusone> FlyingPersian: then yes.
[16:39] <FlyingPersian> damn just broke off one of the headers again :D
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[16:39] <FlyingPersian> I hate the soldering part
[16:39] <inqueling> hi hi
[16:40] <inqueling> wow three is a whole channel for this little box? <3
[16:40] <inqueling> err there rather
[16:40] <Armand> Indeedy.. Has been for quite some time.
[16:41] <CanDoo> actually
[16:41] <Armand> Registered : Aug 13 16:09:29 2011
[16:41] <CanDoo> this is a channel for people who like to eat berry flavored pies
[16:41] <Armand> lol
[16:41] <Armand> Can'tDoo :P
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[16:41] <inqueling> ...
[16:41] <inqueling> hehe
[16:42] <inqueling> i'm trying to get flash on my ubuntu mate 14.10 install to stream me some hulu..
[16:43] <inqueling> i installed chromium but.. everywhere they say to "click here to install the pepper flash player" doesn't work :(
[16:43] <FlyingPersian> http://www.element14.com/community/docs/DOC-73950/l/raspberry-pi-2-model-b-gpio-40-pin-block-pinout <-- to which pin does "Data" (SD) go?
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[16:46] <FlyingPersian> pin 19?
[16:46] <pksato> FlyingPersian: what? SD card data?
[16:46] <FlyingPersian> no from the cable
[16:46] <FlyingPersian> LEDs
[16:46] <FlyingPersian> -from
[16:47] <FlyingPersian> I'm hooking up LEDs
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[16:47] <pksato> you need to more specfic. that kind of led?
[16:47] <FlyingPersian> WS2801
[16:48] <Ryccardo> the integrated led is wired to a gpio, but it's not on the connector -- you can configure the kernel to recognize a led on a certain pin though, and then use the "mmc0" event trigger to make it blink as the builtin one
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[16:49] <Ryccardo> long story
[16:49] <xrosnight> Who is using Kali on raspberrypi?????
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[16:49] <AirSwimmer> Kali on Raspberry pi? Anyone?
[16:49] <pksato> FlyingPersian: is you are using a existing software, flow this software wiring instructions.
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[16:55] <hjf> pksato: no, none of that. the client just went ahead, bought the displays, mounted them and then called me to "make it work"
[16:56] <pksato> Ah...
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[17:06] <AirSwimmer> kali on raspberrypi?
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[17:08] <AirSwimmer> Anyone tried kali on Pi???
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[17:08] <CanDoo> afraid not
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[17:10] <AirSwimmer> CanDoo: you can try one.
[17:11] <AirSwimmer> CanDoo: here's the tutorial http://docs.kali.org/kali-on-arm/install-kali-linux-arm-raspberry-pi
[17:11] <AirSwimmer> Just try to install kali on Pi. It's easy i guess
[17:13] <TheLostAdmin> What does Kali offer me over the other choices?
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[17:16] <FlyingPersian> daamn
[17:17] <FlyingPersian> LEDs aren't working :'(
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[17:17] <skroon> hi
[17:18] <skroon> why is Python used a lot on the rpi's? atleast most of the books I read about RPI mention Python
[17:19] <Ryccardo> 'coz marketing
[17:19] <jer> easy to pick up, installed on the base images, lots of resources available, investment by the vendor
[17:19] <Ryccardo> (it's the language recommended by the Foundation, as I understand)
[17:20] <skroon> ok :-)
[17:20] <skroon> thanks
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[17:20] <Ryccardo> of course I remove it, along with more strongly defined bloatware
[17:20] <skroon> I probably need to manage a lot of RPi's that are at some remote location, (100 units or so) is there perhaps already some software or anything you guys can recommend me using to manage it all?
[17:22] <jer> you'll get further with a description of your requirements... remote control software is rarely generic.
[17:23] <skroon> jer: I want to see which system are up and running, which version of packages installed, initiate updates, that kind of stuff
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[17:24] <AirSwimmer> is China shitty?
[17:24] <ThinkingofPython> ?
[17:24] <ThinkingofPython> I live in China.
[17:24] <AirSwimmer> ThinkingofPython: what?
[17:24] <ThinkingofPython> .:AirSwimmer:. is China shitty?
[17:24] <ThinkingofPython> Why do you ask? lol
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[17:25] <Ryccardo> Some Pis are made in china, what answer are you expecting? :P
[17:25] <jer> skroon, as for seeing which systems are up and running, generic solutions exist (things like nagios, and alternatives you can find by googling); for what versions are installed, that's mostly custom stuff you'd have to build yourself, but you can integrate into many of those solutions that check if a host is up.
[17:25] <ThinkingofPython> China isn't too bad lol. I definitely live better here than I did in Canada (am a foreigner)
[17:26] <AirSwimmer> China's internet is disaster?
[17:26] <jer> initiating upgrades, ssh. but depends on what your application is; if it's distributed over these 100 or so rpis, then perhaps you can containerize it, and use something like docker; which has tooling that might be helpful to you
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[17:26] <ThinkingofPython> Have so much more gadgets (cheaper here), rare games, low powered PC's (Atom quad core box, and Pi2)
[17:26] <ThinkingofPython> Nah. I dont even use a VPN
[17:26] <ThinkingofPython> Its just no FB or YT
[17:26] <Ryccardo> ThinkingofPython: and maybe you can even buy a Yeeloong
[17:26] <jer> ThinkingofPython, i live better in Costa Rica than I did in Canada too, no communist government getting in my way though =]
[17:26] <ThinkingofPython> but china has its own alternatives, and Youku (YT alternative) is pretty good
[17:26] <ThinkingofPython> yeeloong?
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[17:27] <Ryccardo> ThinkingofPython: a brand of relatively low end laptops where the only closed source part is a little bit of the firmware
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[17:28] <fred1807> I am trying to start a script on my raspberry boot
[17:28] <ThinkingofPython> Hmm, I used to have a mbook m1
[17:28] <fred1807> I followed instruction from raspberry fundation website, to add some lines to rc.local
[17:28] <ThinkingofPython> Its a winxp laptop in the palm of your hand
[17:28] <fred1807> but they dont run
[17:28] <Ryccardo> ThinkingofPython: they made a newer model that resembles a Macbook, but nobody it importing them in EU/NA
[17:28] <fred1807> I saw another tutorial explaning that rc.local is very picky, doesnt tolerate errors...
[17:28] <fred1807> So is there an easier way to call a .sh script a boot?
[17:29] <ThinkingofPython> But now have: Pi2 (uses what.. 6W?) and a quad core atom (1.4-1.8ghz), 2gb ram, win 8.1 pro android 4.4 dualboot, 32gb emmc
[17:29] <fred1807> It is a forever looping script
[17:29] <ThinkingofPython> Uses 5v, 5W power
[17:29] <jer> fred1807, nonsense about the errors. you just have to write your script with errors in mind
[17:29] <AirSwimmer> ThinkingofPython: things cheap. coz labour's cheep. seller's rich coz they sell stuff abroad. they like China. coz it's cheep than that in their country.
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[17:29] <ThinkingofPython> Eh, that's not the 100% of it
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[17:30] <pnwise> <ThinkingofPython> What is that atom board using 5w?
[17:30] <ThinkingofPython> Things are cheap because the currency is traded cheap and is worth less, and there aren't much taxes here, plus its all domestic products.
[17:30] <fred1807> jer: I am lost
[17:30] <AirSwimmer> As for the workers, they are living under high pressive regime
[17:30] <Ryccardo> fred1807: the easiest way is definitely rc.local, can you post what you put into the file? (it should be "/your/program &" before the "exit 0" line)
[17:30] <ThinkingofPython> Its an Atom Z3735f uses 2W
[17:30] <ThinkingofPython> Not sure about the board, I think proprietary
[17:30] <ThinkingofPython> AirSwimmer, have you ever been to China?
[17:30] <AirSwimmer> ThinkingofPython: all days
[17:30] <ThinkingofPython> I advise you to not believe what you read on the internet lol
[17:30] <ThinkingofPython> I work in a factor as well as teaching.
[17:30] <ThinkingofPython> People aren't under any regime lol
[17:31] <ThinkingofPython> Maybe at foxconn, sure
[17:31] <ThinkingofPython> lol
[17:31] <jer> fred1807, ok, so a standard shell script, if it can fail (exit with some other exit code than 0) might do something like this: /path/to/script || echo "Failed to start script" for instance. so long as script doesn't crash the interpreter, and only signals errors through return codes, then it'll be fine
[17:31] <jer> it says run script, and if the return code isn't 0, echo some string
[17:32] <fred1807> http://pastebin.com/raw.php?i=9LKi8ruW This is my rc.local (by the way, I did not perform any other alteration on the raspbian system, other than editing this rc.local file, I hope this is all I need to make rc.local run at boot
[17:32] <jer> ThinkingofPython, pretty sure it depends on your place in society. your class, if you will.
[17:32] <AirSwimmer> i know the guy who is in charge of foxconn. they are so used to works's dumping from building(suiciding). coz in that way, their relatives will get more compensation
[17:32] <fred1807> this first .sh (logg.sh) is a one job script. The other, loadd.sh is a forever looping
[17:33] <AirSwimmer> damn . labour cheap in China.
[17:33] <Ryccardo> fred1807: hmmm, looks correct (you don't need "bash", but it shouldn't break either)
[17:33] <jer> fred1807, ok, so at some point, rc.local will exit, and that will hang those two processes
[17:33] <jer> fred1807, you'll want to use "nohup"
[17:33] <pnwise> <ThinkingofPython> pi 2 cpu should not draw more than 0.5 - 1w
[17:33] <ThinkingofPython> jer Yes, and no. However, I work pretty much right with the factory workers
[17:33] <AirSwimmer> i mean jumping, not dumping.
[17:33] <pnwise> So you are speculating here
[17:34] <jer> fred1807, i.e., nohup bash /path/to/script &
[17:34] <fred1807> but I fear nothing is heappening at boot, the first script write a log file, and that is not heappening. But if I manually call: bash /etc/rc.local it works
[17:34] <ThinkingofPython> And they're all happy, and make an okay amount of money (a good amount for the cost of everything here, and they get free housing, lunch, dinner, etc)
[17:34] <jer> might want to append, 2>&1 > /path/to/some/log if that script can produce output on stderr or stdout
[17:34] <jer> 2>&1 tells the shell to convert stderr to stdout, and then the > /path/to/some/log tells it to send all stdout to /path/to/some/log
[17:34] <ThinkingofPython> pnwise but I mean the entire system
[17:35] <jer> you'd want to have some logrotate on that file if you do that though
[17:35] <AirSwimmer> ThinkingofPython: it looks okay and it looks they are happy. Are they happy really? Com'on. You must have never seen what they are worried about every night.
[17:35] <pnwise> Well it is rated 2w for the CPU onlt and you assume the other parts take 3w. You are just trowing numbers that are not proven
[17:35] <ThinkingofPython> Pi2 = 5V, 2A, so thats about 10W at most
[17:35] <pnwise> I can say my Pc draws 10w when idle, but it wont be true
[17:35] <jer> ThinkingofPython, i'm not generally familiar with china, the types of chinese people who work in factories, or anything like that... but from my experience in other parts of the world, they tend to follow a similar theme...even in Canada.
[17:36] <pnwise> Yeah at most
[17:36] <ThinkingofPython> pnwise, I was told here that the Pi2 uses 6W.
[17:36] <jer> the higher classes tend not to really understand what the lower classes deal with silently
[17:36] <ThinkingofPython> So, 10W at most. Lets assume half of that, thats 5W
[17:36] <jer> i use "higher" and "lower" to denote earning power, nothing else.
[17:36] <pnwise> Yes, and then you share the power consumption of just and CPU
[17:36] <jer> a simple generalization
[17:36] <ThinkingofPython> The Atom build uses 4-5W
[17:36] <ThinkingofPython> I wasnt finished, pnwise, Im answering many questions. Calm down.
[17:36] <ThinkingofPython> Considering I speak chinese and hang out with the factory workers, yeah, they're happy man.
[17:36] <Ryccardo> fred1807: maybe rc.local is disabled, does `find /etc/rc2.d/ -iname '*rc.local'` say anything?
[17:37] <ThinkingofPython> They're my friends
[17:37] <ThinkingofPython> Chinese people have a bigger sense of family, seeing the "bigger picture", not worrying about day to day stuff that Canadian's etc do.
[17:37] <fred1807> jer: Is this ok? http://pastebin.com/raw.php?i=DBB2LaLA
[17:37] <pnwise> I am not angry, I was thinkin there is actually such board. Ket me tell you - just a stick of ddr3 1600 uses between 2-3 watts
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[17:38] <jer> fred1807, almost.. &2>&1 <- change that to 2>&1 and then add a lone & at the end of each one of those lines
[17:38] <ThinkingofPython> There is
[17:38] <jer> i.e., move it
[17:38] <ThinkingofPython> Check out: Wintel Box into google
[17:38] <fred1807> Ryccardo: My return from this command was: /etc/rc2.d/S04rc.local
[17:38] <jer> ThinkingofPython, just a question, but do you happen to be in a position of authority over these workers?
[17:38] <ThinkingofPython> It claims 5V 3A, however, even under 100% load it doesn't get near that lol
[17:38] <ThinkingofPython> jer: No.
[17:39] <ThinkingofPython> It's the same specs of the intel stick
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[17:39] <Ryccardo> fred1807: good, it starts with "S" so it's enabled
[17:39] <ThinkingofPython> but in a bigger build, with better cooling
[17:39] <skroon> anyone that has got TeamViewer working on RPi ?
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[17:39] <AirSwimmer> ThinkingofPython: i agree. but labour's cheap. that's the fact. The factory owners play some tricks to make their workers not so intensive after work. because they do not want their worker suiciding any more. but guess what? the best way to get rid of this is to up-rise the salary. That's the real doing. Other's are bullshit.
[17:40] <ThinkingofPython> Maybe in these massive corperations that abuse the people, sure.
[17:40] <ThinkingofPython> Again, like foxconn
[17:40] <ThinkingofPython> But you can't over generalize like that
[17:40] <ThinkingofPython> It's ignorant
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[17:41] <ThinkingofPython> The Intel stick uses at most, 5V 2A
[17:41] <ThinkingofPython> About the same as the Pi2
[17:41] <ThinkingofPython> It's just crazy that a quad core, that runs Windows can do that
[17:41] <fred1807> jer: are we good now? http://pastebin.com/raw.php?i=HWWYnkFN
[17:41] <ThinkingofPython> We're truly getting to the age of low powered devices that are actually good
[17:41] <jer> fred1807, should be
[17:41] <jer> fred1807, ensure you can run that with the system up and running though (i.e., run it before rebooting =])
[17:42] <fred1807> the system is going for a reboot now
[17:42] <ThinkingofPython> Heck, the intel stick-ish mini PC I have (exact same specs and power, but about the size of an Apple TV) runs better than my i5 430m
[17:42] <jer> whatever you like then i guess =]
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[17:42] <fred1807> Do all my boot menssages naturali go to a log file in hd?
[17:43] <pnwise> <ThinkingofPython> http://www.cnx-software.com/2015/04/28/intel-atom-z3735f-mini-pc-power-consumption-in-android/
[17:43] <Ryccardo> ThinkingofPython: speaking about it, I'm looking at various retailers for my next PC, there are many Celerons and i3s that I find interesting
[17:43] <jer> fred1807, no
[17:43] <pnwise> and these are amps at 5v, so 0.4 at 5v is 2w.
[17:44] <pnwise> It is about the same
[17:44] <ThinkingofPython> Yeah I just said that
[17:44] <AirSwimmer> ThinkingofPython: I can . I know these factory owners. All they are thinking everyday is to minus the salary, try not to increase that too much. and produce more. Seemingly workers are happy but all the workers are fooled. They work at their best youth, but not much rewards.
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[17:45] <ThinkingofPython> I know these factory owners too lol, but don't over generalize it before you meet more than a big corperation
[17:45] <ThinkingofPython> My boss is a millionare, but is extremely philanthropic and kind
[17:45] <pnwise> Nah you said it uses 2w. Whatever
[17:45] <ThinkingofPython> Everyone just talks about how bad China is. No one mentions russia, india, etc
[17:46] <fred1807> Ok, so now with the log file I found that both script suffer from the same error. They are unable t find files that belong t the PI user
[17:46] <ThinkingofPython> The atom itself uses 2W, pnwise
[17:46] <fred1807> can I run rc.local as the pi user?
[17:46] <ThinkingofPython> The entire machine uses about 4-5W
[17:46] <ThinkingofPython> max 10W
[17:46] <pnwise> Russia is not bad. It is propaganda
[17:46] <ThinkingofPython> Same as the pi
[17:46] <ThinkingofPython> lol
[17:47] <shiftplusone> Can you avoid politics in here please
[17:47] <ThinkingofPython> ^
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[17:47] <ThinkingofPython> But yeah, MINI pc's are the way to go :D
[17:47] <ThinkingofPython> The windows one is like a mini NUC
[17:48] <ThinkingofPython> Runs 8.1 pro, android 4.4 (can switch instantly from the desktop), is fanless, runs an atom quad core z3735f, 2GB DDR3L, 32GB eMMC
[17:48] <AirSwimmer> ThinkingofPython: i would think so. but sometimes, they have done something like, increasing the labour time, or building more dorms where is near to the factory to make the production more effective. but think out the box, people are fooled. in daily life, you boss would smile and do things as usual, but in fact, all the policies he had made, are very not friendly to those labour workers. and they can
[17:48] <AirSwimmer> not protest. Coz it's China. you don't have the right to protest.
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[17:48] <ThinkingofPython> Maybe the boss that you're talking about, but not mine lol
[17:49] <ThinkingofPython> But enough with the politics.
[17:49] <ThinkingofPython> You're free to believe what you want, and I'm free to know what I know
[17:49] <Ryccardo> fred1807: weird, they should run as root... maybe you're using relative paths in the scripts?
[17:49] <fred1807> Ryccardo: Problem is with s3cmd tool, but I will specify the configuration file absolutely on the script
[17:49] <skroon> is there perhaps another good alternative for Raspberry PI remote desktop over the internet?
[17:50] <Ryccardo> I think I've used plain vnc once, between two common PCs
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[17:51] <AirSwimmer> ThinkingofPython: im sure. I am just so, like , concerned about the young generation in China. I have seen too many young people losing their hopes in China. Coz they can not negociate with factories/government and anything. Not free.
[17:51] <ThinkingofPython> I teach middle school 30 hours a week. The youth are fine man.
[17:52] <fred1807> jer: After it is working, I want to remove the hd writing log from the scripts, how can I do it, without breaking the rc.local?
[17:52] <ThinkingofPython> But again, lets change the subject
[17:52] <Ryccardo> fred1807: change the output path to save to /dev/null
[17:52] <jer> ^^
[17:52] <jer> 2>&1 > /dev/null <-- use that instead (remember to keep the trailing &)
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[17:57] <fred1807> can I encrypt my filesystem so if someone picks my raspberry sd card, and mount it on a linux computer, he wont be able to navigate trough my personal files?
[17:58] <AirSwimmer> well. There is never free speech in China. They say no to you, then you are forced to disappear or never appear in the planet. Save the country, save the people, save the human.
[17:58] <ThinkingofPython> ^lol wut
[17:58] <Ryccardo> fred1807: possible - yes, but given the performance hit...
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[17:58] <ThinkingofPython> Dude, get off your high horse man
[18:00] <Ryccardo> to whoever posted http://www.ebay.com/itm/131239275524 yesterday, thanks for finding me the cheapest power cable for my hub
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[18:01] <AirSwimmer> you have not been in China for too long, and yet not known the culture, what's in demond, i mean mentally in China. It's fine. At least free speech on somewhere internet.
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[18:04] <ThinkingofPython> AirSwimmer, can you please copy and paste where I said I have been in china for?
[18:04] <ThinkingofPython> Like, duration related
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[18:09] <ThinkingofPython> ^
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[18:10] <fred1807> what is the native encryption tool in raspbian?
[18:11] <Ryccardo> fred1807: none preinstalled that I know of, you can use luks (cryptsetup) for whole partitions or disk images, but if you want a convenient system for having a private home folder look up "ecryptfs"
[18:12] <fred1807> yes, just home folders, for my docs is okay
[18:12] <fred1807> I am reading some tutorials
[18:12] <fred1807> I will try to make my raspberry cpu number the serial :))
[18:12] <fred1807> my raspberry serial number the passphrase :)
[18:13] <fred1807> So my home folder automonts only on my raspberry
[18:13] <fred1807> anyother place, doesnt matter if the thief read the mount script.... He will need to now my raspberry cpu
[18:13] <fred1807> unless he stolen my whole raspbery :(
[18:13] <Ryccardo> hm, that's creative
[18:14] <fred1807> again he will need my pass to login...
[18:14] <fred1807> so
[18:14] <fred1807> I hope that will work
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[18:14] <TheLostAdmin> it also simplifies the brute force attack to decrypt the data if he sees that you use the CPU serial number as the passphrase.
[18:14] <fred1807> well, no system is perfect, I hope to avoid a casual thief
[18:15] <fred1807> not a very intelligent guy
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[18:15] <Ryccardo> 561 people minus some bots know about your plan... :)
[18:15] <fred1807> lol
[18:16] * Ryccardo Bit Rate:72.2 Mb/s Tx-Power=36 dBm I did it!
[18:16] <fred1807> unless I put the passphrase on a enternal server... it is impossible to make a system where the pasphrase wont be aaliable, before the mount
[18:16] <fred1807> *external
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[18:17] <TheLostAdmin> If you can put the passphrase on an external server, why not put your home directory on an external server?
[18:18] <fred1807> I dont want to use external server
[18:18] <fred1807> I want my raspberry to work offline :)
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[18:22] <Ryccardo> maybe get an i2c eeprom and use it to hold a randomly generated password, lol
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[18:36] <FlyingPersian> is it manis it mandatory that the GND of the LEDs goes to the GPIO of the PI and PSU or is it enough if it just goes to the PSU?
[18:36] <FlyingPersian> *is it mandatory that the GND of the LEDs goes to the GPIO of the PI and PSU or is it enough if it just goes to the PSU?
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[18:37] <shiftplusone> FlyingPersian: they're electrically the same point.
[18:37] <Ryccardo> doesn't matter, of course assuming the grounds are connected together by the power cable!
[18:38] <FlyingPersian> wait not sure I got that right
[18:38] <FlyingPersian> is it enough if it goes from LED to PSU?
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[18:38] <FlyingPersian> the GND of the Pi isn't touched
[18:38] <schuc> Hi guys
[18:39] <Ryccardo> yep, if the power brick is connected to the Pi that'll work
[18:39] <Technicus> ello, I have an issue with power. I built a charge controller with this: < http://www.farnell.com/datasheets/1692552.pdf >. It is charging two of these batteries in series: < http://www.adafruit.com/products/328 >. The DCIN of the charger is 12V @2A, the load goes to this 5V regulator: < http://power.murata.com/data/power/mpm_78sr-2a_a00.pdf >. Output from the regulator goes to a RaspberryPi.
[18:39] <Technicus> There is a wireless module connected to the RaspberryPi, if the DCIN is not connected the RaspberryPi browns out and reboots. My problem is that the charge controller has a voltage drop, and the voltage regulator has a minimum voltage before it fails, and the current draw with the wireless module is too much to keep the voltage up to continue powering the regulator. What sort of a solution could I implement to resolve this
[18:39] <Technicus> problem?
[18:39] <schuc> congratulations Ryccardo.. Looks like you got your wifi setup
[18:39] <shiftplusone> FlyingPersian: again, ground is ground... they're the same point.
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[18:40] <Johnson486> Jeeze
[18:40] <Johnson486> icebal_ here i am
[18:40] <icebal_> lol
[18:40] <FlyingPersian> okay thanks Ryccardo
[18:40] <FlyingPersian> and shiftplusone
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[18:44] <Technicus> I am thinking I need a different regulator, but the reason I have the one I do is because the one I had in place before could not handle the 12V DCIN which when connected goes directly to load. So it fried. It was this one: < https://www.pololu.com/product/2119/specs >.
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[18:44] <icebal_> ok all, johnson and i are a bit new, but we need to make a humid and temp sensor for a server rack, and emails johnson if it gets too high. bonus points on hot to rig the AC to turn on and off
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[18:44] <icebal_> *ok all, johnson and i are a bit new, but we need to make a humid and temp sensor for a server rack, and emails johnson if it gets too high. bonus points on hot to rig the AC to turn on and off
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[18:46] <FlyingPersian> http://www.amazon.de/gp/product/B00P7S74P4?psc=1&redirect=true&ref_=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_s00 <-- these are the right size for the PI right
[18:46] <FlyingPersian> ?
[18:47] * rochadt hmm
[18:47] <shiftplusone> FlyingPersian: to do what? The pitch is fine. The pins themselves seem like they're for soldering only.
[18:48] <FlyingPersian> yes for connecting to the GPIO
[18:48] <FlyingPersian> I'm just making sure, my LEDs didn't work
[18:48] <FlyingPersian> trying to figure out the issue
[18:49] <shiftplusone> They're the right size, but seems useless for what you're doing. =S
[18:49] <Encapsulation> niston, the board is here! going to test it out shortly
[18:50] <FlyingPersian> why shiftplusone ?
[18:50] <FlyingPersian> how else would I connect a cable to the gpio pins?
[18:50] <Ryccardo> "dupont cables"
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[18:51] <FlyingPersian> hmm
[18:51] <FlyingPersian> too late now .D
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[18:51] <FlyingPersian> so you're saying it wouldn't work my way?
[18:52] <willmore> Has anyone had any experience with cheap eBay RTC modules?
[18:52] <Ryccardo> willmore: I'm using one, "Tiny RTC"
[18:54] <FlyingPersian> nice
[18:54] <FlyingPersian> the first LED is on
[18:54] <FlyingPersian> nice
[18:54] <FlyingPersian> it works *.*
[18:54] <Ryccardo> you generally have to remove 2 resistors (in mine they were R2 and R3, both between the screw holes) to convert it from 5V to whatever the host provides, connect it to i2c, insert devicetree driver in config.txt, apt-get purge fake-hwclock
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[18:55] <Nitrigaur> Trying to connect to the terminal through a JY-MCU HC06 Bluetooth module. I have set the console in cmd.txt to ttyAMA0,9600 . Paired with my phone, but no boot-messages show up. TX and RX are connected to pins 8 and 10
[18:55] <FlyingPersian> okay the LEDs are on but not talking correctly to the PI
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[18:57] <FlyingPersian> hm I killed hyperiond and some LEDs are still on
[18:58] <Ryccardo> bbl ~2h
[18:59] <willmore> Ryccardo, is that like this: http://www.ebay.com/itm/New-DIY-DS3231-Precision-RTC-Clock-Module-Memory-Module-for-Arduino-Raspberry-Pi-/371312488218?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item5673f2ef1a
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[19:02] <Nitrigaur> nvm, I got the TX and RX pins mixed up
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[19:15] <ShorTie> thats easy, just did it myself the other day, lol.
[19:15] <schuc> mornin' ShorTie
[19:17] <schuc> I am using two SD card writers...and now I'm starting to not trust either of them. I ordered a new USB3.0 card reader/writer and will try that too
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[19:17] <Great-Geek> schuc, Wut?
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[19:18] <Great-Geek> schuc, Out of context, that makes absolutely no sense
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[19:18] <schuc> yep, true. Have been having a discussion will ShorTie for couple days on this one
[19:19] <schuc> having a very hard time creating sd card images and then writing that image to another (larger) card
[19:19] <schuc> I'm in Win32DiskImager hell.. lol
[19:20] <schuc> possible I'm doing something wrong, but it's pretty straightforward
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[19:23] <schuc> Hi there Ryccardo
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[19:27] <CanDoo> achuc i have the same issue with win32diskimager
[19:27] <CanDoo> er schuc
[19:28] <ShorTie> if your just transfering over to another sdcard use rpi-clone
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[19:28] <CanDoo> rpi-clone eh
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[19:30] <schuc> hi CanDoo. Thanks for your comment. I haven't used rpi-clone yet. My goal was to take a good image of my card so I can back it up, etc. I don't always want to clone
[19:30] <schuc> it's worth trying for me though so I get familiar with it
[19:30] <schuc> can rpi-clone duplicate to/from different sized cards?
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[19:30] <ShorTie> ya
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[19:31] <ShorTie> to atleast, guess from as long as it's bigger then what is used
[19:31] <ShorTie> it doesn't check
[19:31] <schuc> I'll have to take a look. I'd really rather not just rely on that though....I'd like a reusable image
[19:31] <schuc> hiya ShorTie
[19:32] <ShorTie> it dd's the first partition plus a little
[19:32] <schuc> well, what if the 16GB card is only using 4GB of space... will that fail when cloning to an 8GB card?
[19:32] <ShorTie> then partition from the end of the first to the end of the scar and sync's the files over
[19:33] <ShorTie> i think it will work, but never tried it
[19:33] <schuc> ok... I'll have to give it a go
[19:33] <CanDoo> hehe
[19:33] <CanDoo> i'm fixing to test an idea
[19:33] <schuc> not sure if dd takes empty space too or not
[19:34] <ShorTie> it does byte by byte
[19:34] <ShorTie> and doesn't care what is there
[19:34] <Ryccardo|A> yep, it doesn't even know what free space is, unless you're talking about sparse files
[19:34] <CanDoo> i have a 75htc595 hooked up and working. i am going to use a mosfet to pwm the OE pin to ground
[19:34] <ShorTie> so if it's empty, it transfers empty space
[19:35] <schuc> since I have had to recreate this sd card from scratch 3 times now, I wrote a bash script and it rocks it out. That's cool for the future, but this win32diskimager deal has really screwed me the past few days
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[19:35] <ShorTie> those images don't fit on all sdcards
[19:36] <ShorTie> although they both say/are like 8gb, they can be different and it will fail for not enough room
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[19:37] <ShorTie> i heard there is a older version that has a bug in it that lets it work
[19:37] <Omnipotent> Anyone uses motion on raspberry pi?
[19:37] <Omnipotent> any idea how I can reduce the CPU usage? I don't want motion detection and stuff.
[19:37] <Omnipotent> I just want the live streaming whenever I turn it on.
[19:38] <Omnipotent> so it shouldn't eat up CPU when it's idle.
[19:38] <Omnipotent> It eats 30% regardless.
[19:38] <doomlord> anyone here used a 'parallella' board?
[19:38] <schuc> yea, I've been reading about that too ShorTie
[19:38] <doomlord> (perhaps it interests similar people)
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[19:39] <Great-Geek> doomlord, Nope, but I'd like to try one
[19:40] <doomlord> i just started reading up on it, seems reminiscent of CELL
[19:40] <schuc> sorry doomlord, I haven't used one
[19:40] <doomlord> which makes me simultaneosly excited and cautious
[19:41] <schuc> also Omnipotent, I'm using an external motion device to cut power to a digital frame currently. Haven't wired up anything for pi yet
[19:41] <doomlord> cell got destroyed by cpu's going multicore & gpus getting more general
[19:41] <Omnipotent> what do you mean by external motion device?
[19:41] <CanDoo> cell was the shit for a time
[19:42] <doomlord> however there's talk of things like neuralnets & pattern recognition tasks needing new classes of processor, i wonder if this kind of network on a chip with localstores is any better for this kind of thing than traditional machines or even GPGPU
[19:42] <doomlord> yeah there was a point where it was a raytracing monster
[19:42] <schuc> Omnipotent, I bought a device that lets you plug something into it and set how long no motion is detected before it cuts power to that device
[19:42] <Great-Geek> From the parallella site:
[19:42] <Great-Geek> The 66-core version of the Parallella computer delivers over 90 GFLOPS on a board the size of a credit card while consuming only 5 Watts under typical work loads.
[19:42] <Omnipotent> schuc, Oh, I was more talking about linux motion software.
[19:43] <Omnipotent> Which is quite amazing.
[19:43] <Omnipotent> except eats CPU 30% in IDLE State.
[19:43] <CanDoo> i think ps3 when i think cell
[19:43] <Omnipotent> mostly because it tries to detect motion.
[19:43] <Omnipotent> I turned it off.. but it still does.. eat it.
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[19:43] <Omnipotent> heh
[19:43] <schuc> gotcha... that's my next project lol
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[19:46] <GoClick> Has anyone here ever gotten anything FCC approved? Particularaly something which actually involves a radio, specifically RFID?
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[19:46] <Ryccardo|A> ha!
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[19:53] <Encapsulation> niston, it seems to be working!!! I had a very tiny bit of error on my EC reading when the probes were in close proximity even with the board but I moved them about a foot apart in the solution and it seems to be ok!!
[19:53] <Encapsulation> more testing now
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[20:11] <Captain_Crow> is there something else i have to do after using dd to burn the image onto a 64gb sd card?
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[20:12] <Great-Geek> Captain_Crow, resize the fs?
[20:12] <Great-Geek> Captain_Crow, Not sure if Raspbian does this automatically
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[20:13] <Captain_Crow> nothing happened after i tried to use it in the raspberry
[20:13] <Captain_Crow> and idk how to resize the fs
[20:13] <Ryccardo|A> you rebooted, right?
[20:14] <Captain_Crow> i unplugged and plugged back in the pi several times, nothing showed up on the screen
[20:14] <Ryccardo|A> to do it manually, it's "just" a matter of expanding the partition, then running `resize2fs /dev/mmcblk0p2`
[20:15] <Captain_Crow> whats fs?
[20:15] <Ryccardo|A> changing computers, back in a while
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[20:16] <Great-Geek> Captain_Crow, Resize with gparted, then run the command Ryccardo|A gave you
[20:16] <Captain_Crow> i dont know what gparted is
[20:16] <Great-Geek> Captain_Crow, On windows ?
[20:17] <Captain_Crow> i have linux mint and windows, but im a little new to linux stuff
[20:17] <Great-Geek> Captain_Crow, On linux mint, get gparted, if you don't have it already
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[20:20] <fred1807> what is raspbian root user default password?
[20:21] <Encapsulation> there isnt one
[20:21] <Great-Geek> fred1807, I don't think root comes with a password
[20:21] <Captain_Crow> i installed gparted
[20:21] <pksato> fred1807: no password. login as user pi and use sudo passwd to set one.
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[20:22] <schuc> if you type 'su' though, it asks for a password
[20:22] <Great-Geek> Captain_Crow, Fire it up. Right click on the second partition of your sdcard, resize
[20:22] <Great-Geek> Captain_Crow, Select your sdcard from the Devices menu first
[20:24] <Captain_Crow> i have to restart, my screen disappeared
[20:25] <Great-Geek> You Raspbian guys need a script to grow the 2nd part automatically :P
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[20:26] <Captain_Crow> would be nice if there were a python script that ran a step by step wizard
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[20:27] <Captain_Crow> do i expand the boot partition or the other one?
[20:27] <Ryccardo> Great-Geek: it's there... part of raspi-config
[20:27] <Ryccardo> Captain_Crow: the root filesystem, 2nd partition
[20:27] <Great-Geek> Captain_Crow, The second one, of type ext4
[20:27] <Ryccardo> but if it doesn't boot, this won't help
[20:28] <Captain_Crow> theres no option to expand the partition
[20:28] <Great-Geek> cat <<- EOF | fdisk /dev/mmcblk0
[20:28] <Great-Geek> d
[20:28] <Great-Geek> 2
[20:28] <Great-Geek> n
[20:28] <Great-Geek> p
[20:28] <Great-Geek> 2
[20:29] <Great-Geek>
[20:29] <Great-Geek>
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[20:29] <Great-Geek> w
[20:29] <Great-Geek> EOF
[20:29] <Ryccardo> ew, piping text to an interactive program
[20:29] <Great-Geek> Captain_Crow, No resize option ?
[20:29] <Ryccardo> gparted... should br right click and edit
[20:29] <Great-Geek> Ryccardo, How else do you create random points of failure? :P
[20:30] <Captain_Crow> open, open new tad, open new window, add bookmark, format, eject, properties
[20:32] <Ryccardo> sounds more like a file manager rather than a partition editor...
[20:32] <Great-Geek> Captain_Crow, Right click on the partition from within gparted, please
[20:32] <Great-Geek> Ryccardo, Yeah, sounded familiar, but not to gparted
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[20:36] <Froolap> you do not want to expand the /boot partition, you will never use it. :)
[20:36] <Captain_Crow> im expanding the ext4 partition
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[20:50] <Captain_Crow> i expanded the partition, but its not even booting up
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[21:16] <Captain_Crow> the boot partition says msdos filesystem, is that the right one?
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[21:16] <Captain_Crow> is msdos the same as fat32?
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[21:18] <ozzzy> could be fat16
[21:18] <Froolap> I think fat32 is vfat,,,,,, msdos is fat16..... but that's just what I think, I do not know.
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[21:20] <TheLostAdmin> The raspberry pi uses fat32 for the boot partition. it is sometimes called msdos but as noted above, there are technical differences.
[21:21] <GenteelBen> Yeah, like MS-DOS not being a file system?
[21:21] <TheLostAdmin> that too
[21:22] * GenteelBen swish
[21:22] <marmotworks> heh
[21:22] <GenteelBen> So, what's the most interesting RPi-related activity somebody in here can claim to have undertaken?
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[21:23] <marmotworks> Uhhhhhhh, I just use mine as media centers and home servers/office toys
[21:23] <marmotworks> I'm typing this on one
[21:23] <TheLostAdmin> *my* most interesting RPi related undertaking was to make a case out of a small wooden treasure chest from a dollar store. I'm sure others have done far more complicated things with their Pis
[21:24] <Captain_Crow> when i format things as fat32, linux mint calls the file system msdos
[21:25] <TheLostAdmin> that's pretty common, Captain_Crow.
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[21:35] <pmumble> i've hooked up mine with an motion sensor to flush my toilet
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[21:38] <Froolap> pmumble: did you make a youtube video showing how you did it?
[21:39] <pmumble> yes but it's graphic
[21:39] <pmumble> can't post in here
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[21:39] <Froolap> yeah, servos can be like that
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[21:40] <pmumble> lol
[21:41] <pmumble> unfortunately nothing that exciting for reals. just a bunch of os's, retropie, and using them as servers.
[21:41] <pmumble> i hope to do some python programming for my piglow soon, when i can find time
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[21:58] <Froolap> I wonder if nasa uses a pi in any of their rovers....
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[22:00] <marmotworks> I assure you they do not
[22:01] <shiftplusone> Froolap: no, but I'm sure they'll find a use for them when they're left behind on the ISS after the principia mission.
[22:01] <Froolap> ????
[22:01] <shiftplusone> !!!
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[22:02] <shiftplusone> (uk space are putting two pis on the ISS, if you haven't heard)
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[22:09] <Berg> where are they putting them after burners?
[22:09] <Berg> just joke
[22:09] <Berg> thats interesting
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[22:10] <willmore> ISIS uses rpi?
[22:10] <Berg> I was waiting for that one
[22:10] <Berg> hello world
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[22:11] <Berg> ok i killed my pi its not doing anything just a pair of lights
[22:11] <Berg> <---has to buy 2 more
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[22:13] <willmore> For science...
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[22:14] <Captain_Crow> if my boot partition is fat32 and the root partition is expanded, why isnt it working on the pi? is there a step i missed?
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[22:16] <Captain_Crow> i cant even get to a boot screen on the pi
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[22:17] <Ownix> Hey guys I am having trouble with my Pi2 on RaspBain trying to mount an NFS share with mount.cifs
[22:17] <Froolap> I dunno, maybe don't like your 64g card....
[22:17] <Ownix> https://www.irccloud.com/pastebin/u4jfr0gk/mount.cifs%20woes
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[22:19] <Berg> Retrying with upper case share name
[22:19] <Ownix> Berg: yes it looks like thats a built in feature to mount.cifs
[22:20] <Berg> you have spaces and upper case file and sdcard names?
[22:20] <Ownix> Berg: no... where are you getting that?
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[22:21] <Ownix> sudo mount.cifs <REMOTE_DESTINATION> <LOCAL_DESTINATION> -o <OPTIONS>
[22:21] <Berg> BerryNAS
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[22:22] <Berg> just wondering it makes no diff
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[22:23] <Berg> i hate permission
[22:23] <Ownix> no change it looks like
[22:24] <Berg> well it is saying it cant see it have you got the full path right?
[22:24] <Ownix> Im not exactly usre what the error is saying, I have tried about 100 different paths
[22:24] <Ownix> 192.168.0.105:/data/Videos just /Videos I have tried adding // before the IP
[22:24] <Ownix> either I get no permission or i get cant find
[22:24] <Ownix> But on OSMC and OpenELEC I had no troubles with this at all
[22:25] <Ownix> I went back to Raspbain totinker with the GPIO
[22:25] <Ownix> Berg: and at one time I had a working FSTAB
[22:25] <Ownix> this is the entry: 192.168.0.105:/data/Videos /mnt/berryvideos nfs auto 0 0
[22:25] <Ownix> but that was on OSMC
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[22:30] <Berg> cant find anything
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[22:36] <Berg> man mount.cifs
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[22:39] <Berg> testparm
[22:39] <Ownix> Berg: I see that its telling me to man but it seems silly
[22:39] <Ownix> "Your command didnt work go RTFM"
[22:39] <Berg> hmm
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[22:42] <Berg> did you try testparm
[22:42] <Berg> testparm
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[22:42] <Berg> see the shared values
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[22:46] <Berg> http://pastebin.com/qfJNDpTC
[22:46] <Berg> the manual page you cant see
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[23:01] <Ownix> testparam
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[23:03] <Berg> testparm
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[23:04] <Ownix> I think thats in the package smaba
[23:04] <Ownix> samba*
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[23:04] <Berg> it is
[23:05] <Berg> hmm
[23:05] <Ownix> I dont know if I have that installed
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[23:05] <Ownix> cifs should be able to connect to an NFS share no issues
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[23:06] <Ryccardo> what? they're completely unrelated
[23:06] <TheLostAdmin> if that's true, then cifs isn't what I thought it was.
[23:06] <Ownix> Ryccardo: cifs and nfs???
[23:06] <Ryccardo> yep
[23:06] <Ownix> orcifs and samba
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[23:06] <Ryccardo> cifs is effectively the backend technology that succeeds smb
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[23:07] <Node_413> hello
[23:07] <Ownix> Ryccardo: Berg http://imgur.com/Bd3OESg
[23:07] <Ryccardo> like ide disks are now treated as scsi
[23:07] <Ownix> That is my configuration
[23:07] <Ownix> Well I have SMB active too
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[23:07] <Node_413> i would like to get a raspberry pi can someone answer me a few thigns
[23:08] <TheLostAdmin> https://www.raspberrypi.org
[23:08] <Ownix> boom got it!!
[23:08] <Ownix> Ryccardo: thank you that was it
[23:08] <Ryccardo> mount -t nfs 1.2.3.4:/share/name /mount/point
[23:08] <Ownix> Ryccardo: I didnt know that I was actually trying to hit my SMB service so I went in there and enabled anon access and it worked
[23:08] <Node_413> i want to buy rspberry pi 2 model b, how do i get power to it does it come with something to give it power?
[23:09] <Ryccardo> Node_413: no, you'll need a decent microusb cable and usb power brick
[23:09] <Node_413> Ryccardo: phone charge will work?
[23:09] <Ryccardo> as long as it's at least 1 true amp (1000 mA)
[23:09] <Node_413> let me look
[23:09] <TheLostAdmin> Node_413: a rapid charger for a phone *might* work.
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[23:09] <Ryccardo> but you'll want 2 to use usb devices
[23:10] <Node_413> it say this:
[23:10] <Node_413> 100-240V-50/60Hz 0.2A
[23:10] <TheLostAdmin> won't work
[23:11] <Ryccardo> that's the input, read us the next row
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[23:11] <Node_413> OUTPUT: 5.0V = 1.2A
[23:11] <Ryccardo> should work if that 1,2A figure is real (some list peak power or lie outright)
[23:11] <Node_413> it from LG
[23:12] <Ryccardo> but don't expect to connect much more than keyboard and mouse
[23:12] <Node_413> monitor will work right
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[23:12] <Ryccardo> yup, if you mean a composite or hdmi one
[23:13] <Ryccardo> beware of vga adapters without external power
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[23:13] <Node_413> ok yes and what if i want to plug some usb stick in
[23:13] <Node_413> storage usb
[23:13] <Node_413> it work?
[23:13] <Ryccardo> maybe... you're getting close to the limit of your power brick
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[23:13] <Ownix> hey guys, girlfriend wants to watch a movie on the pi but doesnt know a thing about a terminal. Is there a way to alias 'playmovie moviename' to 'sudo omxplayer -o hdmi moviename'?
[23:14] <Node_413> this "$35" is turning in to like $100 ffs
[23:14] <Ownix> also for some weird reasion if you use '-b' with omxplayer pausing will cut output to hdmi
[23:14] <Node_413> Ryccardo: do you have the pi 2 model b
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[23:14] <Ownix> also what is 'audio passthrough'
[23:14] <Ryccardo> Ownix: sure, should be →→ alias playmovie="omxplayer -o hdmi" ←← in ~/.bashrc
[23:15] <TheLostAdmin> Node_413: yes. The ready-to-go kits are around $100... i.e. http://www.mcmelectronics.com/product/83-16554RK?COM=Pi2-mcm-kitbuy
[23:15] <Ryccardo> Node_413: well, a broken one does count?
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[23:15] <Node_413> ok so for storage it uses microsd card i guess it doesn't come with one
[23:15] <Node_413> how am i supposed to put an os on a micro sd card
[23:16] <Node_413> when i dont have a slot in my computer for it
[23:16] <Ryccardo> correct, get at least 4 GB
[23:16] <Ryccardo> if it has a full size SD drive, most microsd come with an adapter
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[23:16] <Node_413> ok and i just burn image to it like normal drive
[23:16] <Ryccardo> else... there are usb adapters for under 15 nuits of your favorite major currency
[23:17] <Ryccardo> you'll need a "dd" type program, or this "win32diskimager" some like
[23:17] <Node_413> ok, can i just boot from usb
[23:17] <Node_413> is there option to boot from usb on motherboard
[23:17] <Ryccardo> yes and no
[23:18] <Ryccardo> you'll need an SD to boot from USB, though then it can be very small (less than a quarter of GB)
[23:18] <Node_413> so the motherboard has no option to boot from usb... they shoul have really made that it would be so much better
[23:19] <Node_413> ok so i boot os from sd and
[23:19] <Node_413> what is this i saw about custom raspberry pi os
[23:19] <Node_413> they are just optimized or something
[23:19] <Node_413> its ok if i use normal os?
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[23:20] <Ryccardo> if you have a pi2, you can run any OS for the so-called "armhf" architecture, which conventionally means "ARM7 with hard float"
[23:21] <Node_413> ok i just want to run a normal distro not those ones with rasp in the name i forget what its called
[23:21] <Node_413> but do those what are they for?
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[23:21] <Node_413> why are there special os for pi
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[23:24] <Node_413> Ryccardo: http://www.amazon.com/CanaKit-Raspberry-Supply-Adapter-Charger/dp/B00GF9T3I0/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1433539412&sr=8-1&keywords=raspberry+pi+power
[23:24] <Node_413> this what i need?
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[23:32] <ShorTie> kinda low on the amps
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