#raspberrypi IRC Log


IRC Log for 2015-06-06

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[0:47] <hpekdemir> hi guys.
[0:47] <hpekdemir> I installed the freebsd armv6 image on my sd card. it boots but I can't find any /sys/ folder.
[0:47] <hpekdemir> the /sys symlinks to /usr/sry/sys. but /usr/src/sys does not exist.
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[0:52] <temmi_hoo> you need to install the source distribution from the installer
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[0:54] <hpekdemir> temmi_hoo: ok
[0:55] <hpekdemir> do you use freebsd on it?
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[0:55] <temmi_hoo> i'm a long time freebsd user but i haven't yet put freebsd on a raspberry pi
[0:57] <hpekdemir> I put it on my sandisk sd card (2GB)
[0:57] <hpekdemir> but it is really slow
[0:57] <hpekdemir> two hours in and still extracting the ports collection.
[0:57] <hpekdemir> with portsnap.
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[0:57] <hpekdemir> it is *really* slow. can't work with it really.
[0:58] <hpekdemir> you wait approx. 5 seconds for the output of a simple "vmstat"
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[1:00] <temmi_hoo> uhhhhh
[1:00] <temmi_hoo> sounds sucky
[1:00] <temmi_hoo> raspi b+ or 2 or some older?
[1:00] <hpekdemir> b
[1:00] <hpekdemir> so not the plus.
[1:01] <hpekdemir> maybe it's my sd card. I will test it with my intenso sd card just to be sure.
[1:01] <Ryccardo> not that the b+ would have been better
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[1:01] <hpekdemir> Ryccardo: the b+ isn't faster
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[1:02] <hpekdemir> just more pheriperals
[1:02] <Ryccardo> yep
[1:02] <hpekdemir> but I need one. because I can't route with one interface
[1:02] <exonormal> use a USB powered hub
[1:02] <Ryccardo> hm? it still has one integrated ethernet
[1:03] <hpekdemir> Ryccardo: the b+ has two
[1:03] <exonormal> yes
[1:03] <Ryccardo> nope, although it has 4 usb ports
[1:03] <hpekdemir> oh
[1:04] <temmi_hoo> Ryccardo, hpekdemir b+ is compatible with ell-i raspoe that provides power over ethernet support for raspi
[1:04] <hpekdemir> poe. nice.
[1:04] <temmi_hoo> 2/b+
[1:04] <temmi_hoo> https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/raspoe-raspberry-pi-poe-shield/x/10905609#/story
[1:05] <hpekdemir> what?
[1:05] <hpekdemir> I didn't even know there is a 2b+
[1:05] <temmi_hoo> nonononono raspi 2 or raspi b+
[1:05] <hpekdemir> ok raspi 2 :>
[1:05] <hpekdemir> raspie 2 b
[1:05] <hpekdemir> actually
[1:06] <hpekdemir> but still not two nics.
[1:06] <hpekdemir> why not make two nics and get rid of two usb ports instead.
[1:06] <hpekdemir> the current drawn should be the samew
[1:06] <hpekdemir> *same
[1:07] <Ryccardo> one is enough to slow down the usb bus significantly (yes, it's an usb ethernet card)
[1:07] <Ryccardo> on the pi1, at least
[1:08] <temmi_hoo> hpekdemir: thing is, we could have made a proper nic that connects with spi to the raspi but it would be just as slow
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[1:10] <oxfouzer> I'm looking to pay someone to design a simple circuit for me... a few mosfet relays and maybe an AC>dc converter...
[1:10] <oxfouzer> I need basically a circuit board design so I can etch my board... I could learn how to use the programs but I think it would be easier for someone who knows what they are doing
[1:10] <oxfouzer> Any ideas?
[1:11] <hpekdemir> I know there are some brilliant guys on microcontroller.net
[1:11] <hpekdemir> but it is a german forum afaik
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[1:11] <oxfouzer> hah of course it is
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[1:14] <niston> wow http://dev.shyd.de/2013/09/avr-raspberry-pi-vw-beta-vag-cdc-faker/
[1:14] <niston> now that is cool
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[1:55] <pmumble> hpekdemir: just so you know the rpi ethernet uses the usb bus. people have criticized the bandwidth and said it might not make a great router. it's something i'd love to try though so i'm interested to hear how that goes.
[1:55] <hpekdemir> why ethernet via usb?
[1:56] <hpekdemir> I guess to save space.
[1:56] <pmumble> yeah i dont know
[1:57] <pmumble> probably cost and space. i wonder if the odroid or other clones are the same\
[1:59] <temmi_hoo> neither; broadcom just happened to have old soc chips that didn't have ethernet but did have usb
[1:59] <temmi_hoo> then somebody decided to make raspi out of that
[2:00] <pmumble> ahhh
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[2:01] <temmi_hoo> the chip is really an old cellphone/tablet/whatsomething chip so ethernet was very much never needed when it was designed
[2:04] <pmumble> looking at the odroid specs i can't tell, but its a different chip and does gigabit ethernet
[2:04] <awoserra> anyone know why | is a ~ on a default install of noobs?
[2:04] <pmumble> wonder how it would do
[2:04] <pmumble> probably uk keybindings
[2:04] <awoserra> i've got the correct keyboard map
[2:04] <pmumble> o
[2:04] <awoserra> hmmm there are two though
[2:05] <awoserra> perhaps i need to remove the GB one it had by default as well
[2:05] <awoserra> sec
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[2:07] <awoserra> thx pmumble, seems the issue, i'll work on it ;)
[2:07] <Berg> i talked the boss into letting me buy 2 new pi's
[2:07] <awoserra> yah just had to restart
[2:07] <awoserra> works ;)
[2:07] <Berg> woohoo
[2:08] * Froolap shakes his head
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[2:10] <Berg> what?
[2:12] <Froolap> yeah, I hear that rattle when I shake my head too, I didn't realize that others heard it too.
[2:12] <Berg> yeah
[2:13] <Berg> its that cave like echo
[2:13] <Froolap> I thought it was the worms bumping into ech other.
[2:13] <Berg> your worms wear helmets?
[2:13] <Froolap> yup
[2:13] <ozzzy> CLAMS GOT LEGS!!!!
[2:14] <Berg> industrious worms wonderfull
[2:14] <Berg> i started measuring the output og the pi power supply from my battery bank it has spikes when the wind turbine charges the bank
[2:14] <Froolap> now if i could just figure out why it is that i can mount the samba share running on my pi2b in windows, but can't mount it on my pib+
[2:15] <Berg> dint that get solved?
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[2:16] <Froolap> solved? I figured it was my silly setup
[2:16] <Berg> ooo
[2:16] <Berg> so change it
[2:16] <ozzzy> you? silly? pshaw
[2:16] <Froolap> i'm kind of groveling in the dark cus I don't understand what I'm trying to do.
[2:16] <Berg> i fixed all my sharing issues i stopped sharing
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[2:17] <Froolap> greedy
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[2:17] <Berg> testparm
[2:17] <Froolap> I'm tired of replacing usb ports cus I wear them out with thumb drives
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[2:18] <Berg> you have to pull and push?
[2:18] <Berg> get a usb hub
[2:18] <Berg> \glue the on on the board in
[2:18] <Berg> :)
[2:18] <ozzzy> potting compound is your friend
[2:19] <Berg> legionares descease from that
[2:19] <Berg> its a fungal growth under your fingernails
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[2:20] <Berg> so pi is prtetty fragile when it comes to power supply?
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[2:21] <ozzzy> pi wants 1/2 decent power
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[2:25] <Froolap> testparm doesn't give useful insite.... it's up, i can connect from win, just not for linux
[2:26] <b00ger_daddy> you are trying to connect to a pi from linux?
[2:26] <Froolap> I'm trying to connect to a samba share on pi2b from pib+
[2:27] <Froolap> I can connect with win on my desktop...... just not from my othe pi.
[2:27] <b00ger_daddy> did you instal the samba client?
[2:28] <Froolap> I believe that came through with winbind
[2:29] <pmumble> nice awoserra
[2:29] <b00ger_daddy> on the pi?
[2:29] <pmumble> awesome berg :D
[2:29] <Froolap> I'm getting pssword errors or permission denied or path not found, etc...... when guest doesn't require password
[2:30] <b00ger_daddy> did the share mount on the client pi?
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[2:31] <Froolap> that makes me dizzy.......the pib+ is the client and it's not mounting anything
[2:33] <b00ger_daddy> i think you have to mount the share. is the nfs server running on the server pi? thats what I use
[2:34] <b00ger_daddy> http://www.tldp.org/HOWTO/SMB-HOWTO-8.html
[2:35] <b00ger_daddy> samba client mount
[2:35] <pnwise> You want to mount Windows share on the Pi?
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[2:36] <ozzzy> I just write in an entry in /etc/fstab and they mount
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[2:39] <Froolap> mount error(13): Permission denied I can mount my nas just fine.
[2:39] <pnwise> Is the share on Windows?
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[2:44] <Froolap> No, The share is on rpi2b the client is rpib+
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[2:44] <Froolap> but I can see it from windows
[2:44] <b00ger_daddy> what are ther permissions on the server for the share?
[2:45] <Froolap> should be guest
[2:47] <b00ger_daddy> do a ls -al and check it
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[2:51] <Froolap> I guess I don't understand what you mean by permissions. the directory is chmod 777, the share description is guest ok = yes, and security = domain.
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[2:55] <Froolap> if I skip guest and create user/password then I get mount error(5): Input/output error
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[3:00] <[Saint]> Its world readable/writable?
[3:00] <[Saint]> You're confident...
[3:01] <[Saint]> (-rwxrwxrwx, if you're wondering, which is almost certainly not desirable)
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[3:04] <Froolap> that's what the samba docs said to do, so I did......
[3:05] <[Saint]> I find that more than slightly difficult to swallow.
[3:06] <[Saint]> normally you'd do something like owner and groups, then bung everyone that wants access into the samba group.
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[3:09] <Froolap> I think I tried that and the server didn't want to start till I did 777
[3:09] <Berg> its the NSA
[3:10] <Froolap> probable something about the share being shared to multiple users
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[3:15] <Froolap> ah, shouldn't make a huge chunck of difference, the samba shate is /var/ftp/pub lol
[3:16] <Froolap> err shate = share
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[3:23] <Froolap> I just wonder what wrepl is
[3:24] <Berg> its all learning
[3:24] <Berg> good fun
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[3:25] <Froolap> I've searched the samba docs and the only mention of it is in a listing of default services offered. I can find no description of it on the web.
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[3:30] <hpekdemir> I just discovered odroid xu3
[3:30] <hpekdemir> it's a beast!
[3:30] <Berg> you got one yet?
[3:30] <Berg> i was looking at that the other day
[3:31] <hpekdemir> I don't find any reseller in my country.
[3:31] <hpekdemir> and I don't want to pay taxes and shipping fees.
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[3:34] <ozzzy> cheap
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[3:36] <hpekdemir> xu3 lite for only 100 bucks
[3:36] <hpekdemir> cortex 7. 1.8 quad core.
[3:36] <hpekdemir> I like!
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[3:37] <Berg> 100 bucks is 3 times the cost of a raspberry
[3:38] <hpekdemir> yeah and you get 10 times the power. so what
[3:38] <Berg> but what if you dont have that much money?
[3:39] <ozzzy> if you want more power buy a desktop
[3:40] <hpekdemir> nothing beats my desktop. but it's a good hardware to build custom things.
[3:40] <hpekdemir> or play around with it
[3:40] <ozzzy> if I want to turn things on/off I use arduinos.... if I want lots of computing I use desktops/laptops
[3:40] <ozzzy> I haven't yet figured out what the 'tween range is for
[3:40] <hpekdemir> ozzzy: so much do you pay for a desktop?
[3:41] <ozzzy> which is why the Pis are sitting idle
[3:41] <ozzzy> about 400-500
[3:41] <ozzzy> I think I might buy one of those HP I7 27" all-in-ones
[3:41] <hpekdemir> I spent exactly 400 EUR.
[3:41] <hpekdemir> so less than 400 USD.
[3:41] <ozzzy> 400-500 Cad
[3:42] <ozzzy> not Usd
[3:42] <hpekdemir> for my desktop. I boot within 4 seconds.
[3:42] <ozzzy> but the HP will run me about 1300CAD
[3:42] <ozzzy> I only boot them once LOL
[3:42] <ozzzy> then they run 24/7
[3:42] <Berg> we still use doubloons here
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[3:42] <hpekdemir> im looking forward to seeing my ssd on monday. my second.
[3:43] <ozzzy> no triploons? quadrooploons? quintuploons?
[3:43] <hpekdemir> then I will have a nice ssd mirror.
[3:43] <ozzzy> I have a bunch of 60G SSDs
[3:43] <hpekdemir> that will break the 600MB/s barier.
[3:43] * ozzzy isn't that interested in speed other than CPU
[3:44] <ozzzy> most of the stuff I do is cpu-bound
[3:44] <hpekdemir> I don't really need CPU speed for my desktop usage.
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[3:44] <hpekdemir> my cpu is too fast to be honest.
[3:44] <hpekdemir> idling around.
[3:44] <ozzzy> mine is pegges at 100% when I'm working
[3:45] <hpekdemir> ozzzy: what do you do? video editing?
[3:45] <hpekdemir> CAD
[3:45] <ozzzy> astrophoto processing
[3:45] <hpekdemir> uuuh :>
[3:45] <ozzzy> which is why I want an I7
[3:45] <ozzzy> LOL
[3:45] <hpekdemir> why i7?
[3:46] <ozzzy> faster than an I5
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[3:46] <hpekdemir> and which i7?
[3:46] <ozzzy> whichever one is in that HP 27" all-in-one
[3:48] <ozzzy> i7-4790T
[3:49] <hpekdemir> yeah
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[3:50] <ozzzy> 1800CAD
[3:50] <ozzzy> nice puter
[3:51] <ozzzy> sorry... 1400CAD
[3:51] * awoserra builds freebsd image :)
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[3:52] <hpekdemir> awoserra: for you pi?
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[3:52] <awoserra> ya
[3:52] <hpekdemir> awoserra: I did that today
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[3:52] <hpekdemir> and it's *really* slow. maybe because of my sd card.
[3:52] <hpekdemir> I use a sandisk microsd 2gb.
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[3:53] * ozzzy is waiting to see how Win10 shakes out
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[4:09] <Espryon> hey, do you guys provide support for raspbmc?
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[4:11] <ozzzy> never seen it
[4:11] <Espryon> i.e. kodi
[4:11] <Espryon> raspbmc is deprecated
[4:12] <ozzzy> I've seen kodi on windows... not on pi
[4:12] <Espryon> weird thing
[4:12] <Espryon> it can sftp my server but, it can connect via the interface
[4:12] <Espryon> can't*
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[4:12] <Espryon> I'm honestly thinking of just reinstalling it
[4:12] <Espryon> I thought I would try irc and the forums first though.
[4:13] <Espryon> any advice ozzzy?
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[4:17] <r3> fun with grep's regular expression... ok, I get that ^ABC match is restricted to the beginning, and I get that def$ match is restricted to the end. I even get the convention of ^$ which matches empty strings or lines. The book I am skimming says that \^ and \$ may be used (to match ^ and $) and that [$] can be used (I assume to also match $?) but not [^] ... is that because ^ has another
[4:17] <r3> meaning inside bracket expressions of "not"?
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[4:22] <ozzzy> not a clue
[4:22] <Espryon> like I can scan it
[4:22] <Espryon> from raspbmc and it will see the port open
[4:22] <Espryon> Scanning QueenAnnesRevenge.local ( [1000 ports]
[4:22] <Espryon> Discovered open port 22/tcp on
[4:22] <awoserra> FreeBSD-armv6-11.0-RPI2-284050.img
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[4:22] <Espryon> for some reason though
[4:22] <Espryon> it can't connect
[4:23] <Espryon> via the interface
[4:23] <awoserra> schweet
[4:23] * awoserra sees it if works
[4:23] <Espryon> I mean it doesn't
[4:23] <Espryon> thats the problem
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[4:30] <awoserra> wow this image does take a while to build wow
[4:30] <awoserra> gogogoogo
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[4:41] <ozzzy> have patience grasshopper
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[4:43] <awoserra> :)
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[5:49] <awoserra> 10MB in build logs and still not done :P
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[6:36] <Great-Geek> awoserra, Cross compiling or QEMU ?
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[6:44] <awoserra> x-compiling
[6:44] <awoserra> amd64 -> arm
[6:44] <awoserra> v6
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[6:46] <awoserra> technically, i guess
[6:47] <awoserra> hope it all works :)
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[6:48] <awoserra> interesting
[6:48] <awoserra> i think it's the only way to put openbsd-pf on a pi
[6:49] <awoserra> because there is no linux support for pf in arm
[6:49] <awoserra> needs a unix kernel ;)
[6:50] <awoserra> "Building FreeBSD armv6 world at Fri Jun 5 20:21:12 MDT 2015"
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[6:50] <awoserra> master/work/FreeBSD-armv6-11.0-RPI2-284050.img
[6:51] <awoserra> i will put only one line in pf.conf ;)
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[7:02] <awoserra> 15MB build log now
[7:02] <awoserra> hahah
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[7:06] <awoserra> installing raspbian as a QEMU might be interesting though
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[7:28] <[Saint]> awoserra: whatcha doin'?
[7:28] <pmumble> cant wait to hear if that works awoserra
[7:28] <pmumble> pf freebsd pi box?
[7:29] <awoserra> yah :)
[7:29] <pmumble> ill totally buy another pi if that works
[7:29] <pmumble> or mebbe an odroid
[7:29] <[Saint]> C1 is great.
[7:29] <[Saint]> I replaced all my raspis bar one with them.
[7:30] <Omnipotent> ??
[7:30] <pmumble> are you running bsd on any saint?
[7:30] <Omnipotent> With?
[7:30] <[Saint]> Omnipotent: with the ODROID C1
[7:30] <[Saint]> pmumble: I don't hate myself /quite/ that much... ;)
[7:30] <pmumble> haha
[7:30] <awoserra> check: https://github.com/freebsd/crochet
[7:31] <pmumble> i haven't used bsd in almost 20 years
[7:31] <awoserra> there is a script there to do most of the work for ya ;)
[7:31] <Omnipotent> That sounds like just my new Pi
[7:31] <pmumble> but i'd like to check out pf
[7:31] <Omnipotent> Raspberry Pi 2
[7:31] <Omnipotent> Quad core with 1 GB RAM
[7:31] <Omnipotent> and 40 GPIOs
[7:31] <awoserra> yah that's what i got
[7:31] <awoserra> freebsd has native gpio ports too
[7:32] <awoserra> /usr/ports i mean
[7:32] <pmumble> [Saint]: do you know if the odroid ethernet shares a usb bus like rpi, or if it may do well as a router with a secondary network interface through usb?
[7:32] <awoserra> my laptop is BSD
[7:32] <awoserra> and xfce sans hal and dbus
[7:33] <awoserra> i like it
[7:33] <awoserra> have no network manager and actually have to edit /etc/wpa_supplicant.conf to insert networks...
[7:34] <awoserra> so, most stuff there is no GUI for, but if you learn the CLI, you'll eventually be faster than a gui on it ;)
[7:35] <[Saint]> pmumble: I think it still shares a bus but overall its a metric craptonne faster
[7:35] <[Saint]> I use them for cheap gigE
[7:35] <awoserra> typing netork { ssid=" " psk="xyz"} is not hard.
[7:36] <pmumble> ok cool.
[7:37] <[Saint]> I also got the 16GB eMMC modules for my C1s
[7:37] <pmumble> noticed much difference?
[7:37] <[Saint]> I have 24 of them, 22 currently in deployment.
[7:37] <pmumble> o.O
[7:37] <[Saint]> long story. ;)
[7:38] <[Saint]> I didn't need them to have much processing power, but what I did need was faster storage and faster network throughput, and they provide that at a similar price point to the pi.
[7:38] <pmumble> i can get away with a lot, but my wife might shut me down before then
[7:38] <[Saint]> hahahaha
[7:39] <tawr> hi guys
[7:39] <pmumble> yeah its still not much more than a high performance pc
[7:39] <pmumble> 1k-ish
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[7:39] <pmumble> o/
[7:40] <tawr> quick question, i'm having a brain fart. i have a powered usb hub. i'm running the pi from a usb powerpack. It's in a mobile box and i'm trying to minimize wires. Right now, it would be usb power pack -> y cable -> usb micro to rpi2 and barrel jack to usb hub. then a 6" cable from the rpi2 usb port to the usb hub.
[7:40] <tawr> can i simplify and backwards-power it through the usb port from the hub?
[7:40] <tawr> i haven't tested to see if my hub provides power through the usb-input connector yet either
[7:41] <[Saint]> you can, yes.
[7:41] <pmumble> i guess a multimeter would be the real way to know
[7:41] <tawr> i meant
[7:42] <tawr> is there an issue of power going from the front usb ports on the rpi2 powering the unit?
[7:42] <[Saint]> tawr: have a look at the 'Short Crust' case for some clever cable management
[7:42] <tawr> i'm pretty much stuffing a bunch of stuff into a pelican case
[7:42] <[Saint]> the short crust one is quite expensive, but pretty, with clever cable management.
[7:43] <tawr> 2 2w and 1 high gain usb wifi cards with external bulkhead connectors for external antennas, 2 sdr's with external bulkhead connectors
[7:43] <tawr> external battery charging with neutrik rack connectors (I love the way they look/feel)
[7:43] <tawr> all in a military grade case
[7:48] * swiss is now known as not_swiss
[7:48] * not_swiss is now known as swiss
[7:49] <tawr> so the cabling issues get meh
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[7:53] <pmumble> which pelican, if i may ask?
[7:53] <pmumble> just got a 1060 as a mobile pi solution
[7:53] <pmumble> still trying to figure out how to set it up
[7:54] <tawr> ah went a big bigger
[7:54] <tawr> pelican 1200
[7:54] <tawr> in yellow. it was my truck first aid kit before i went bigger to have more surgical supplies
[7:55] <tawr> check out neutrik connectors for input/output
[7:55] <tawr> http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00067K1EC/ref=ox_sc_act_title_1?ie=UTF8&psc=1&smid=A1B7M9EQGNCLQA
[7:55] <pmumble> yeah mine is pretty small, struggling to fit the batteri i got in there with everything
[7:55] <tawr> usb power pack is what i'm using, a 5500mah
[7:55] <pmumble> *battery
[7:55] <awoserra> hehe
[7:55] <pmumble> nice, yeah i went 7800, i think i will do something more like that
[7:55] <pmumble> they're cheap anyway
[7:56] <awoserra> how long does that last?
[7:56] <tawr> im gonna throw a 10-20W 5v ac adapter in there connected to that mount
[7:56] <pmumble> forever
[7:56] <pmumble> i could run the pi all day with a wifi adapter on a 7800
[7:56] <awoserra> nice, so 10500 should be plenty for 24 hrs?
[7:56] <tawr> my 5500mah ran my rpi2 + irc bot + web/ssh server, and my big tp link 100mw wifi adapter for 11 hours
[7:56] <pmumble> too long for my use case
[7:56] <pmumble> nice
[7:56] <awoserra> hmm
[7:57] <tawr> http://i.imgur.com/9BdKW7Ll.jpg
[7:57] <tawr> http://i.imgur.com/R1aKP5al.jpg
[7:57] <awoserra> nice
[7:57] <tawr> my wifi adapter is bigger than the rpi+battery pack
[7:57] <awoserra> installing current ports
[7:57] <awoserra> almost done
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[7:57] <tawr> i found uv/neon sharpies and have been having fun: http://i.imgur.com/6qwVsFDl.jpg
[7:57] <tawr> lol
[7:57] <pmumble> my 7800 must be pretty space efficient, its about the same size
[7:58] <tawr> in another channel they make fun of me for being so tactical, so over the year i just accepted it
[7:58] <awoserra> 40 megs in build logs now
[7:58] <tawr> and everything is tacti-*
[7:58] <tawr> my tablet? tacti-tab. tacti-case, tacti-box (rpi), tactibot (irc bot) heh
[7:58] <pmumble> runnin kali on there? :)
[7:58] <awoserra> eggdrop bot?
[7:58] <awoserra> i have some nice scripts in tcl
[7:59] <tawr> no supy
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[7:59] <awoserra> ah
[7:59] <tawr> it doesn't do anything at all
[7:59] <tawr> except act as a google proxy for a few users in china and other places here on irc
[7:59] <pmumble> ahh
[7:59] <awoserra> yah same, wiki proxy as well... also, shell access
[7:59] <tawr> actually a few users in this room as well
[8:00] <tawr> fail2ban
[8:00] <tawr> if you have ssh open to the outside world
[8:00] <tawr> i get a few hundred to a few htousand a day
[8:00] <awoserra> you have any brute force protection?
[8:01] <tawr> just fail2ban running. root is deactivated and all the bots just try to log in as root
[8:01] <awoserra> nice
[8:01] <pmumble> i need to play with fail2ban. i usually just drop packets from everything except where im expecing to ssh in from
[8:01] <tawr> it's nice pmumble, it's actually very well coded and easily configurable
[8:02] <tawr> in the last ~10 minutes: Jun 6 00:53:48 TactiBox sshd[26963]: Failed password for root from port 32697 ssh2
[8:02] <tawr> that ip has tried ~49 times
[8:02] <pmumble> yeah its pretty constant
[8:02] <awoserra> you can set a pf table for brute force protection as well
[8:02] <awoserra> it will help
[8:02] <tawr> mm i'll look it up, thanks
[8:03] <tawr> i mostly have it running just for fun
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[8:03] <awoserra> pass quick proto tcp from any to any port ssh
[8:03] <awoserra> flags S/SA keep state
[8:04] <awoserra> (max-src-conn 15, max-src-conn-rate 5/3
[8:04] <tawr> i'm planning on doing the basic stuff with the rpi2 in my pelican drop-case
[8:04] <tawr> then going with an xu3 in it for final, and using the rpi for something else, not sure what
[8:04] <awoserra> overload <tablebrute> flush global)
[8:04] <tawr> lol
[8:04] <tawr> gonna go nuke me some food
[8:04] <awoserra> that's pf rule
[8:04] <awoserra> pretty tight :)
[8:05] <tawr> i grabbed sonic on the way home and it wasn't enough food
[8:05] <tawr> plus my very nice, expensive cheese is going to go bad, so i gotta finish it
[8:05] <tawr> boar's head 3-chile colby jack
[8:05] <awoserra> enjoy :)
[8:05] <awoserra> i have baby bells :)
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[8:05] <tawr> i put it on a jimmy dean breakfast bowl (the meatlovers one). those bowls are actually so good, they don't seem like frozen food :)
[8:05] * awoserra has no microwave :P
[8:06] <tawr> i bought a 1.5kw inverter panasonic recently
[8:06] <tawr> to replace an aging 2kw monster that's quite a few years old that i had to repair 5+ times
[8:06] <tawr> it actually heats faster.. i love it
[8:06] <awoserra> ever heard of magnum inverters, off-topic?
[8:07] <tawr> hmm no, like dc to ac inverter?
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[8:07] <awoserra> http://magnumenergy.com/
[8:07] <awoserra> these things are boss.
[8:07] <awoserra> stackable, inverter/charger
[8:07] <tawr> i opened the page, be back in a few minutes :D
[8:07] <awoserra> ;)
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[8:09] <MY123> Android for RPi2 release with HW acceleration very soon(TM)
[8:12] <pmumble> are you a bsd guy over linux awoserra?
[8:12] <awoserra> yeah i prefer unix
[8:12] <awoserra> unix-like
[8:12] <awoserra> :P
[8:13] <awoserra> prefer not using a monolithic disaster like HAL and DBUS on linux :P
[8:14] * pmumble is reading bsd vs linux articles.
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[8:15] <awoserra> you'll like pf pmumble ;)
[8:15] <awoserra> and freebsd documentation is awesome.
[8:15] <pmumble> i originally learned unix on sunos, but when linux hit i guess i got caught up, been meaning to revisit for a while
[8:15] <pmumble> im thinking maybe buy an odroid just to play with bsd
[8:16] <awoserra> freebsd has come a long way imo.
[8:16] <awoserra> check out pftop
[8:16] <pmumble> cool will do
[8:16] <awoserra> nice little utility like tcpdump :P
[8:16] <awoserra> but formatted like top
[8:17] <awoserra> shows real time tcp and udp connections and state
[8:17] <awoserra> i use pf whitelisting
[8:17] <awoserra> er whitelist based
[8:17] <awoserra> right?
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[8:18] <awoserra> so pftop and a few other utils allow me to audit my pf
[8:18] <awoserra> tcpdump
[8:18] <awoserra> netstat
[8:18] <awoserra> etc
[8:18] <awoserra> and log stuff
[8:19] <awoserra> remember though that pf reads sequentially from top to bottom
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[8:19] <awoserra> so
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[8:20] <awoserra> if you block all then line 2 says pass all
[8:20] <awoserra> you block nothing
[8:20] <awoserra> every packet is enumerated against every rule in the pf.conf file
[8:20] <awoserra> ;)
[8:20] <MY123> pmumble, it's useless as you can use GNU userspace on a BSD(also the glibc!), and the reverse
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[8:22] <awoserra> cept you can't have openbsd-pf on arm architecture under linux afaik
[8:23] <awoserra> and running virtualized pf isn't helpful
[8:23] <awoserra> ;)
[8:23] <awoserra> amiright?
[8:24] <pmumble> but i need more excuses to buy pi-like devices
[8:24] <pmumble> lol
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[8:25] <pmumble> i guess iftop is similar to pftop?
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[8:29] <tawr-tab> Decided to get on my bed and watch a few videos before bed while I eat
[8:29] <MY123> awoserra, you can use KVM in the Pi2
[8:30] <MY123> then run NetBSD :)
[8:30] <awoserra> virtualized pf does not help
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[8:30] <awoserra> for functionality of pf, you need to run a unix kernel on amd arch
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[8:31] <awoserra> yah i guess pmumble, never seen iftop before, but it looks similiar
[8:32] <awoserra> er sorry, on arm arch
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[8:35] <awoserra> Finished at Sat Jun 6 00:35:40 MDT 2015
[8:36] <awoserra> compile returns 0 :)
[8:36] <bluerider> I'd like to turn the raspberry pi 2 into a functional router. I currently have Arch on Arm running on it. Does anyone have a good tutorial on getting it to work? I'd like to receive internet via ethernet, and broadcast via wifi
[8:36] <awoserra> you need an access point
[8:36] <bluerider> awoserra: can't the Pi be the access point?
[8:36] <awoserra> wifi adapter != wifi access point
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[8:36] <awoserra> perhaps it can
[8:37] <bluerider> awoserra: Last I checked my wifi adapter has AP mode.
[8:37] <awoserra> if the adapter is able to enter AP mode
[8:37] <awoserra> yah
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[8:37] <bluerider> awoserra: Network manager can do it. But, then I'd have to run this whole GUI on the pi, or learn the arcane nm-cli syntax... Anyone got an easy tutorial to set this up?
[8:39] <pmumble> i saw a tut for that bluerider, will see if i can dig it up
[8:39] <awoserra> it shouldn't be too hard to find, but honestly i haven't looked
[8:40] <pmumble> https://learn.adafruit.com/setting-up-a-raspberry-pi-as-a-wifi-access-point/overview
[8:40] <pmumble> not the one i saw before, but one
[8:40] <awoserra> heheh
[8:40] * awoserra writes img to sd
[8:41] <pmumble> its retropie time
[8:42] <awoserra> :P
[8:43] <awoserra> almooost :P
[8:43] <bluerider> pmumbe: thanks a lot; seems a lot like what I was looking at. But, more serial. I like serial.
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[8:43] <pmumble> cool
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[8:47] <awoserra> i should use this (if it works) as a gateway for my router
[8:47] <awoserra> hahaha
[8:47] <awoserra> nice little firewall...
[8:48] <pmumble> i wanna hear how it handles that
[8:48] <awoserra> 1:1 nat
[8:48] <awoserra> need another ethernet adapter
[8:48] <awoserra> usb one i guess
[8:48] <awoserra> should be doable.
[8:49] <awoserra> i have an asus ac68u VHT router
[8:49] <awoserra> that i've used every imaginable firmware with..
[8:49] <awoserra> just don't like em
[8:50] <awoserra> but if i gateway on the wan port, should maintain intranet speed and increase internet security
[8:53] <awoserra> 3899999744 bytes transferred in 770.514504 secs (5061553 bytes/sec)
[8:53] <awoserra> the moment has arrived :)
[8:54] <MY123> awoserra, that's not very fast...
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[8:56] <awoserra> it's booting :)
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[8:59] <awoserra> it's working \o/
[9:00] <awoserra> lemme get sshd up and i'll send a uname
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[9:19] <awoserra> hmmm keeps changing the adapter link state to down
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[9:22] <ShorTie> usb device ??
[9:23] <ShorTie> power issue then i would think
[9:23] <ShorTie> apon power issue, the 1st thing a pi does is shut down the usb
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[9:32] <awoserra> FreeBSD karnak 11.0-CURRENT FreeBSD 11.0-CURRENT #0 r284050: Fri Jun 5 23:43:04 MDT 2015 awoserra@giza:/usr/home/awoserra/raspi/crochet-master/work/obj/arm.armv6/usr/src/sys/RPI2 arm
[9:32] <awoserra> dhclient is buggy
[9:32] <awoserra> but i can set a static ip
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[9:33] <pmumble> you get it to work?
[9:34] <pmumble> wrong channel
[9:34] <awoserra> yah it works :)
[9:35] <pmumble> awesome
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[9:36] <pmumble> yup both
[9:41] <awoserra> Bootstrapping pkg from pkg+http://pkg.FreeBSD.org/FreeBSD:11:armv6/latest
[9:41] <awoserra> heheh
[9:41] <awoserra> this controller gonna be beast
[9:42] <awoserra> very slow sd card... gonna have to use the other one... was much quicker
[9:43] * awoserra writes it again :P
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[9:45] <awoserra> some funky shit with dns in this image
[9:46] <awoserra> i giant lock resolv.conf with public dns and it's working without casperd
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[9:49] <awoserra> dhclient is a turd ><
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[10:05] <awoserra> ultraheadless raspibsd win
[10:07] <pmumble> operational?
[10:07] <awoserra> so far so good :)
[10:07] <awoserra> just wrote the img to a faster sdcard and booted it, much quicker
[10:07] <awoserra> so i'm just configuring basics so far
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[10:13] <awoserra> installing pkg's isn't working, i might have to compile everythign from ports...
[10:13] * awoserra tries irssi
[10:13] <temmi_hoo> awoserra what was your starting point, snapshot image to sd card or pxe booting the thing or what?
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[10:13] <awoserra> https://github.com/freebsd/crochet/https://github.com/freebsd/crochet/
[10:14] <awoserra> oops
[10:14] <awoserra> https://github.com/freebsd/crochet/
[10:14] <temmi_hoo> does raspi support pxebooting?
[10:14] <temmi_hoo> so you build world and made your own image? crosscompiling on a more real machine?
[10:14] <awoserra> dunno
[10:14] <awoserra> yes
[10:14] <awoserra> on freebsd amd machine
[10:15] <awoserra> also http://kernelnomicon.org/?p=275
[10:16] * awoserra compiles irssi
[10:18] <temmi_hoo> raspi pxebooting would be interesting especially considering i've got these poe shield cards for raspi
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[10:24] <temmi_hoo> http://ell-i.org/products/poe-for-raspi/
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[10:32] <temmi_hoo> awoserra: oh okay it works like that
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[10:42] <awoserra> packet filter up :)
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[10:48] <awoserra> perl & python compiling :)
[10:49] <pmumble> boss
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[10:50] <temmi_hoo> :)
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[10:58] <Froolap> mumble
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[10:59] <citroniks> hi to all
[11:00] <citroniks> i have B image it had many more data i want to upgrade that image to B+ how can i do
[11:00] <citroniks> please help me thanks
[11:02] <awoserra> B and B+ refer to hardware specs, not software version
[11:02] <awoserra> if i understand you correctly
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[11:04] <awoserra> hw.cpufreq.temperature: 62679
[11:04] <awoserra> hehehe
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[11:06] <awoserra> very hot
[11:06] <awoserra> hahah
[11:07] * awoserra hopes it doesn't burn ><
[11:07] <awoserra> load averages: 4.18, 3.89, 3.00
[11:09] <awoserra> i should use cpuset to limit the heat...
[11:09] <awoserra> when compiling anyway
[11:13] <citroniks> awoserra, is there any way ??
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[11:14] <awoserra> citroniks: ?!
[11:15] <citroniks> awoserra, is it posible to upgrade image B to B+ in B image i had many works
[11:15] <awoserra> citroniks: i dont' know really. B refers to hardware, not software afaik.
[11:16] <awoserra> citroniks: you should be able to back up the data anyway for sure.
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[11:17] <citroniks> awoserra, yes i did backup
[11:17] <awoserra> nice. yah i'm not sure about upgrading images from one to another
[11:18] <awoserra> why not just start with a fresh image for the B+ and restore data?
[11:18] <citroniks> i did B+ to new pi 2 its working
[11:20] <citroniks> awoserra, i have to do all work once again what i did in B board
[11:20] <awoserra> ===> Registering installation for perl5-5.20.2_4
[11:20] <awoserra> nice
[11:20] <awoserra> i think so citroniks
[11:20] <awoserra> but i don't know for sure ;)
[11:21] <awoserra> there might be a way to update the image.
[11:21] <awoserra> i'm sure there is, somehow
[11:21] <citroniks> awoserra, ok ok i will try but im not getting any articles
[11:21] <awoserra> http://thepihut.com/blogs/raspberry-pi-tutorials/16982376-updating-raspbian-on-your-microsd-for-the-raspberry-pi-2
[11:25] <awoserra> gah
[11:25] <awoserra> 6 hours compiling later...
[11:25] <awoserra> hahah
[11:25] <citroniks> haha
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[11:28] <citroniks> awoserra, i did that one for up grading B+ img to pi2 img
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[12:09] <gho> Hi, is the Raspberry Pi 2 able to supply more usb current.
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[12:12] <ShorTie> then ??
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[12:13] <ShorTie> i believe it's like 1.2amps it can supply with proper power adapter, micro-usb cable and current hack
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[12:17] <Froolap> won't it melt if you do that?
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[12:17] <ShorTie> the pi ??
[12:17] <Froolap> yah
[12:17] <ShorTie> nah
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[12:18] <ShorTie> https://projects.drogon.net/testing-setting-the-usb-current-limiter-on-the-raspberry-pi-b/
[12:21] <ShorTie> he talks about a 2amp supply, but the foundation recommends a 2.5amp
[12:23] <Froolap> yeah and he says in bold letters don't do this on a whim and then repeats the warning twice..... must be a good reason to not do that.
[12:24] <Froolap> mystery if you do this then don't let it run too long....how do you define too long? when it breaks or starts a fire.
[12:25] <ShorTie> because it was writen when the B+ 1st came out and not well tested
[12:25] <ShorTie> since then they have added the rainbow yhing and other stuff
[12:25] <ShorTie> like if your usb cable is no good, it will do a endless reboot, lol.
[12:26] <Froolap> lots of headless machines will never see the rainbow
[12:26] <ShorTie> the hardwware is built for it and can jandle it
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[12:26] <ShorTie> the power light flashes too...
[12:28] <Froolap> the pi's have been interesting to play with.
[12:30] <ShorTie> Yuppers ... :)
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[13:28] <boxmein> > Ristovski is offline
[13:28] <boxmein> whatever shall i dooooo
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[15:05] <Encapsulation> http://tahmidmc.blogspot.com/2013/06/ac-power-control-with-thyristor-pulse.html
[15:05] <Encapsulation> is this a good way to do it?
[15:06] <Encapsulation> can anyone recommend another way
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[15:28] <CoJaBo> Encapsulation: What are you using it for?
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[15:29] <Encapsulation> 50-300w ac fan control
[15:29] <Encapsulation> I want to control the speed with my software
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[15:30] <Encapsulation> CoJaBo,
[15:30] <CoJaBo> That's probably the simplest way to do that; most other methods involved much more complex circuitry
[15:31] <CoJaBo> Dunno if it wears on the motors tho or anything, never actually worked with them..
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[15:34] <Encapsulation> http://www.ebay.com/itm/2000W-220V-AC-SCR-Electric-Voltage-Regulator-Motor-Speed-Control-Controller-/141370010621?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item20ea4f2bfd
[15:35] <Encapsulation> could I adapt somehting like this to be controlled by arduino///pi instead of the potentiometer?
[15:35] <Encapsulation> it doesnt even make sense to build it myself if I can get boards that cheap and adapt them
[15:35] <Encapsulation> thats cheaper than the components @_@
[15:38] <CoJaBo> Encapsulation: That looks more like a dimmer-style one tho; I dunno how well that'd work with a motor
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[15:49] <temmi_hoo> Encapsulation: 50/60Hz phase control is surprisingly difficult task for a raspi
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[15:49] <Encapsulation> looks like I could buy those dimmer modules
[15:49] <temmi_hoo> the scr trigger pulses need to be synchronized to the network zero crossing events
[15:49] <temmi_hoo> yes
[15:49] <Encapsulation> and then connect a digital potentiometer instead
[15:50] <Encapsulation> possibly
[15:50] <temmi_hoo> that's feasible
[15:50] <temmi_hoo> it works
[15:50] <temmi_hoo> been done
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[15:50] <temmi_hoo> just be careful as the modules are not isolated so your raspi will float alongside the 240VAC
[15:50] <temmi_hoo> basically: don't connect any cables, do use wireless communications
[15:51] <Encapsulation> have it wirelessly control the dimmer board?
[15:51] <pksato> Encapsulation: what kind of ac fan? use a universal, or induction motor? also brushless.
[15:51] <Encapsulation> its an inline duct fan
[15:51] <temmi_hoo> Encapsulation: nononono, have the raspi and dimmer board connected to each other along with raspi power supply and then all communications between raspi and external world through wireless
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[15:52] <temmi_hoo> as the raspi will now float with either the N or L conductor of line voltage
[15:52] <pksato> to control ac motor speed, need to know type is.
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[15:52] <Encapsulation> this is the fan type: http://www.ebay.com/itm/iPower-4-6-8-10-12-inch-INLINE-DUCT-FAN-blower-HIGH-CFM-cool-vent-exhaust-/160875914720?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&var=&hash=item2574f3a5e0 this is the dimmer I have now: http://www.ebay.com/itm/Variable-Fan-Speed-Controller-speedster-hydroponics-inline-fan-exhaust-air-/121299720627?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item1c3e06d9b3
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[15:53] <Encapsulation> I suppose I could epoxy a stepper motor onto the knob on that dimmer
[15:53] <Encapsulation> and run a cable out of my project
[15:53] <Encapsulation> but I would really rathjer have it all built in
[15:53] <temmi_hoo> pksato: not really, just controlling scr phaze angle is enough
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[15:54] <pksato> temmi_hoo: Its is valid for universal motor.
[15:55] <temmi_hoo> Encapsulation: i've done similar things, if you use an spi potentiometer and are careful that the raspi and scr controller are connected without accidental loops you're doing okay
[15:55] <temmi_hoo> just make sure to think of the raspi as dangerous voltage device
[15:55] <Encapsulation> should I opto isolate?
[15:55] <Encapsulation> is there a way to avoid having that risk
[15:55] <temmi_hoo> well
[15:55] <Encapsulation> it wouldnt make much diffference I suppose
[15:56] <Encapsulation> there is already ac everywhere in my case
[15:56] <temmi_hoo> indeed
[15:56] <temmi_hoo> better to just think of it as a dangerous device and put it in a touchproof plastic box
[15:56] <Encapsulation> its all inside a metal case right now
[15:56] <Encapsulation> project box
[15:56] <temmi_hoo> a grounded one?
[15:57] <Encapsulation> I need to look into the details of that
[15:57] <Encapsulation> the cord is grounded
[15:57] <Encapsulation> but I havent grounded to the case itself I don't beleive
[15:57] <temmi_hoo> anyhow optoisolating is somewhat difficult to achieve in this
[15:57] <pksato> Best and simpley way. replace dimmer potentiomater with a LDR of same value, and control a brightness of a led usinf pwn
[15:57] <Encapsulation> pksato, what?
[15:57] <Encapsulation> sorry I didn't fully understand what you mean
[15:58] <Encapsulation> buy that 2 dollar dimmer board, replace the pot on it with an ldr?
[15:58] <temmi_hoo> pksato: phase angle control does not work that way
[15:58] <Encapsulation> =S
[15:58] <pksato> no?
[15:58] <pksato> how works?
[15:58] <temmi_hoo> Encapsulation: buy the dimmer board and modify it with the spi pot instead of the dimmer pot
[15:58] <temmi_hoo> then treat the raspi as if it will bite you
[15:59] <temmi_hoo> for testing purposes do use a 1:1 isolating transformer
[15:59] <temmi_hoo> find out the theory on how those work and how oscilloscopes are used with isolating transformers and why there is only one way it is done
[15:59] <Encapsulation> I need a scope
[16:00] <Encapsulation> I was starting to research what I need
[16:00] <temmi_hoo> with luck you don't need a scope
[16:00] <temmi_hoo> you will need the isolating transformer 1:1
[16:00] <Encapsulation> I don't have that
[16:00] <Encapsulation> I don't think
[16:00] <temmi_hoo> you will power the device and motor and the whole project through 1:1 isolating transformer
[16:00] <Encapsulation> to power the pi?
[16:00] <Encapsulation> hmm
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[16:01] <temmi_hoo> it is used to test in repair and development when operating line voltage devices
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[16:02] <Encapsulation> hmm
[16:02] <Encapsulation> thats propbably not something I'll just have lying around
[16:03] <Encapsulation> I don't fully understand what its doing
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[16:03] <Encapsulation> I was just reading about it a bit
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[16:03] <temmi_hoo> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Isolation_transformer#Electronics_Testing
[16:04] <temmi_hoo> this is essential
[16:04] <temmi_hoo> do not skipt isolation transformer when developing line voltage devices
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[16:04] <Encapsulation> really?
[16:04] <Encapsulation> it will prevent me from being shocked?
[16:05] <Encapsulation> your saying if my project box flexed somehow
[16:05] <Encapsulation> and one of my ac hot wires hit the case
[16:05] <Encapsulation> or something liek that?
[16:06] <BurtyB> if you need to ask you probably shouldn't be playing with it if you want to make your next birthday...
[16:06] <temmi_hoo> something like that, the possibilities are endless
[16:06] <Encapsulation> BurtyB, I'm ok with risks
[16:06] <Encapsulation> this is life
[16:06] <temmi_hoo> it's dangerous
[16:06] <temmi_hoo> your local ham radio club will have one
[16:06] <Encapsulation> my father probably has one
[16:06] <Encapsulation> hes ee
[16:06] <Encapsulation> I'll ask him tonight
[16:06] <temmi_hoo> electrical repair shops, ham shacks and some hackerspaces have those
[16:07] <Encapsulation> I don't touch my project when its running anyway
[16:07] <Encapsulation> its all controlled via web
[16:07] <temmi_hoo> you might need to measure things
[16:08] <Encapsulation> I have a multimeter but no oscilloscope
[16:08] <temmi_hoo> proper procedure is to wire up the device under test and whole test harness without power and then when everything is ready, power the system and make measurements without touching the system
[16:08] <Encapsulation> I wasn't sure the bandwidth I would need
[16:12] <Encapsulation> ty ffor the help
[16:12] <Encapsulation> I'll research these topics further
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[16:18] <temmi_hoo> any old analogue oscilloscope will do
[16:19] <Encapsulation> I was looking at the ones that connect to pc
[16:19] <Encapsulation> for display etc
[16:19] <Encapsulation> do you think thats a bad call?
[16:19] <Encapsulation> they are around ~100 on ebay
[16:19] <Encapsulation> but the bandwidth might be rubbish
[16:19] <Encapsulation> I'm not sure
[16:19] <temmi_hoo> they are really not tolerant to line voltages
[16:19] <temmi_hoo> bw is not an issue with line voltage
[16:20] <Encapsulation> http://www.ebay.com/itm/Hantek-6022BE-PC-Based-USB-Digital-Storag-Oscilloscope-2Channels-20MHz-48MSa-s-/221270085136?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item3384b98e10
[16:20] <Encapsulation> this type of thing
[16:20] <temmi_hoo> you'll need bandwidth up to maybe 100kHz
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[16:20] <Encapsulation> that would be fine then
[16:20] <Encapsulation> ffor all uses though?
[16:20] <Encapsulation> I'm looking for a general purpose scope
[16:20] <Encapsulation> but I'm a student on a budget
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[16:21] <temmi_hoo> i'd go for a rigol 1054 or something like that
[16:21] <temmi_hoo> they'll save images on an usb stick
[16:22] <Encapsulation> I'll take a look
[16:23] <temmi_hoo> as a bonus, they will not fry your pc even if you goof up accidentally
[16:23] <asding> hi guys I'd like to setup a webserver+postfix+owncloud with my rpi REVB but then I'd also like to use it as mediaserver/streamer. I believe it will be difficult for it to handle all this load right? Which possibilities do I have? Use the first one just for web+mail+ownlcoud and the second one (a new one) for LAN related stuffs?
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[16:24] <Encapsulation> that scope looks amazing
[16:24] <Encapsulation> way more $$$ but you think its worth it?
[16:24] <temmi_hoo> go see on youtube what dave jones thinks of the chinese cheap scopes
[16:24] <temmi_hoo> they're a super enabler thing
[16:25] <temmi_hoo> decent scopes for pretty small money
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[16:48] <napsy_> Hello. I installed arch on my raspberry pi 2 and docker 1.6.2 ... but now when I'm running Ubuntu and my app for awhile, the system starts read I/O operations at ~20mb/s (iotop shows loop0 as the caller). And making the system unusable. Is docker somehow wrongly configured?
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[17:09] <Encapsulation> why use arch>?
[17:09] <Encapsulation> napsy_,
[17:09] <Encapsulation> with arch, you get to wonder... is the problem me? the program? or is it arch
[17:09] <Encapsulation> I got tired of wasting my time so I switched to raspbian for development
[17:09] <Encapsulation> your needs may be different
[17:09] <Encapsulation> I wish you the best of luck sir
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[17:23] <napsy_> Encapsulation: thanks
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[17:31] <pnwise> Feel the same way About arch - I currently use it because I have only 2gn SD card, and waiting for bigger to arrive. Hell it is hassle even to run simple things like lamp+owncloud
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[17:33] <factor> That is cool , will have to try docker on it.
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[18:14] <Vrooom> hey, does realtek chipset work on raspberry pi 2 ?
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[18:28] <smemsh> hello, could someone post the md5sum for v1.0.7 of rpi-ua-netinst uncompressed image?
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[18:32] <ShorTie> not me, i use my_pi_os, got lots more options and easier, lol.
[18:34] <smemsh> for the rpi2 looks easy enough to just use debootstrap
[18:34] <smemsh> no special image download needed
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[18:34] <smemsh> the dpkg issue on vfat /boot is irritating though
[18:34] <ShorTie> whelp, it uses cdebootstrap, but same type thingy
[18:35] <ShorTie> dpkg issue on vfat /boot is irritating though ??
[18:35] <smemsh> ShorTie: that's only really needed on non-debian host
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[18:36] <ShorTie> i think it's simpler, only like 1 step
[18:36] <smemsh> ShorTie: yes because it doesn't support hard links, it gives an error any time kernel updates if you are using the stock kernels instead of rpi-update.sh
[18:36] <ShorTie> where regular debootstrap is 2 isn't it ??
[18:38] <smemsh> ShorTie: maybe, i'm not sure
[18:39] <smemsh> ShorTie: both of them make a filesystem root with a single command i thought
[18:40] <ShorTie> you mean all the directories ??
[18:41] <smemsh> does my_pi_os require root at any point when making the image?
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[18:42] <smemsh> oh it's yours i see :-)
[18:43] <ShorTie> yaaa....., hehe
[18:43] <ShorTie> guess that is why i like it .. :/~
[18:43] <smemsh> i'll check it out, thanks for the reference
[18:44] <ShorTie> Your Welcome
[18:44] <ShorTie> No Problem
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[18:44] <ShorTie> it has to be run as root
[18:44] <smemsh> yeah that's an issue, i want to fix that in rpi-ua-netinst
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[18:45] <ShorTie> well, i live on the wild side and always play as root
[18:45] <ShorTie> i know, i know, thats a no no
[18:46] <ShorTie> but i don't like a pc or os telling me i can't do sumfin
[18:46] <smemsh> the point is for privilege escalation to be explicit
[18:47] <smemsh> anyways, good luck with that. later
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[18:48] <ShorTie> i learned most of my Linux with Gentoo and it doesn't make 1 by default
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[18:48] <ShorTie> and i just never got in the habit either i guess
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[18:49] <pnwise> Until the day you type something in the wrong terminal. Like me :D
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[18:51] <ShorTie> lol, like i've never done that
[18:51] <ShorTie> i remember runnnin Windows 'delete tree' C:\ once, lol.
[18:52] <ShorTie> s/C"\/from C:\/
[18:53] <ShorTie> that is what good notes and scripts are for, taking care of oops's
[18:53] <ShorTie> practice makes perfect any ways, as they say
[18:55] <awoserra> pin 40: 0 pin 40<>, caps:<IN,OUT,PU,PD>
[18:55] <awoserra> freebsd gpioctl ftw ;)
[18:56] <awoserra> heheh
[18:57] <awoserra> i can do all my pi programming in shell script
[18:57] <awoserra> ^ ^
[18:58] <awoserra> this is LOVELY
[18:58] <awoserra> :)
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[19:01] <ShorTie> Pleaze read the rules and watch your language, Thankz !!
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[19:07] <awoserra> even acro's?! will do, so sorry!
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[19:17] <pmumble> so everythings been good on the bsd pi?
[19:18] <pmumble> gonna have to sneak an odroid order in
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[19:23] <pnwise> <ShorTie> For me was changing ownership recursively on root dir, because was thinking I am on the other terminal in the web server dir :D
[19:30] <awoserra> pmumble: yah, looks good and stable so far
[19:30] <awoserra> 10:07AM up 9:32, 2 users, load averages: 0.00, 0.00, 0.00
[19:30] <awoserra> gotta compile everything from ports though
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[19:47] <pmumble> \o/
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[20:24] <awoserra> 25 processes: 1 running, 24 sleeping
[20:24] <awoserra> CPU: 0.0% user, 0.0% nice, 1.0% system, 0.0% interrupt, 99.0% idle
[20:24] <awoserra> Mem: 20M Active, 721M Inact, 142M Wired, 2120K Cache, 103M Buf, 31M Free
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[20:26] <awoserra> :P
[20:26] <awoserra> 23 processes
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[20:29] <hpekdemir> guys my wifi on my pi is extremely slow.
[20:29] <hpekdemir> I have 11kBps right now (max).
[20:29] <hpekdemir> on average 8000 bytes/s
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[20:35] * nerdboy increased fleet to 5
[20:36] <nerdboy> gave one to youngest kid or it would be even half dozen...
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[20:37] <awoserra> 20 processes now
[20:37] * nerdboy notes it's now one more than beaglebone fleet
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[20:47] <fred1807> Who is good with bash script? I want to create a self destruct mecanism to raspberry. For example: Raspberry checks a external server for a list. If Raspberry finds his own serial number inside this list, it is dooms day and raspberry gotta to wipe all his home folder data
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[20:50] <awoserra> use curl to grab the list, parse the list with sed in an if statement ;)
[20:50] <TheLostAdmin> That's pretty easy, fred1807
[20:50] <awoserra> use a wipe utility for the data
[20:51] <awoserra> sound good TheLostAdmin ?
[20:51] <awoserra> add the script to cron
[20:51] <TheLostAdmin> that's pretty much what I would do, awoserra.
[20:51] <awoserra> yeh
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[21:25] <Megaf_> Hi folks! How are things? People, I'm looking for a minimal Jessie IMG for Raspberry Pi model B rev1,
[21:25] <Megaf_> or, a current net installer that I could use
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[21:25] <Megaf_> I don't have a screen nor a keyboard, everything should be done remotely.
[21:25] <Megaf_> so, any help?
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[21:28] <fred1807> can Omxplayer connect to a httpd stream?
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[21:33] <Ryccardo> Megaf: google "raspbian ua netinst"
[21:33] <Megaf> Ryccardo: is that the unnatended one?
[21:33] <Ryccardo> yup
[21:34] <Megaf> Ryccardo: I want something where I can control the whole install thing
[21:34] <Megaf> Raspbian had a very nice netinstaller but is abandoned since 2012
[21:35] <Ryccardo> there should be one on raspbian's site, but it's apparently inefficient
[21:35] <Megaf> yep
[21:35] <Megaf> I think it might just be easier if I have the Raspbian image and remove the stuff I will not use
[21:35] <Megaf> perhaps quicker
[21:36] <Jusii> listen what ryccardo said
[21:36] <Ryccardo> indeed, then `aptitude purge \~c` to easily remove all configuration files for uninstalled stuff
[21:36] <Jusii> best way to go
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[21:36] <Jusii> or was there new image without X and stuff
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[21:37] <Megaf> I need just a minimal thingy, with ssh-server
[21:38] <Megaf> that's about it, boot + kernel + sshd + dhcpdc
[21:40] <Jusii> ua netinst or roll your own then
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[21:54] <fred1807> Hey, I just installed this Video Presentation setup from Adafruit: https://learn.adafruit.com/raspberry-pi-video-looper/usage
[21:54] <fred1807> On config you can select omxplayer or hello_video player . Omxplayer works fine, but hello_video wont start on boot
[21:55] <fred1807> Strange is... I can start hello_video.bin from command line, and play a video
[21:55] <fred1807> Problem is, I want the start at boot to script (and loop trought a folder of files, something I cant do with command line)
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[22:08] <courrier> Hey guys, do you know a way to get pressed keyboard keys from a python script in headless mode? My raspbian starts a python script at boot that must read the keys from the usb keyboard. FYI I've got a X server running.
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[22:21] <fred1807> Any ideas on how to make hello_video.bin play a folder?
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[22:34] <Encapsulation> I wonder what % of pi users use their GPIO
[22:35] <H__> I do :)
[22:35] <courrier> I don't :)
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[22:47] <Vrooom> i looked for raspberry pi in shop. its all ran out :(
[22:47] <dyce> you can use gpio to make a radio station
[22:47] <dyce> with just a wire
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[22:48] <Ryccardo> Encapsulation: do power pins + i2c mode count?
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[22:57] <Encapsulation> Ryccardo, sure
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[23:16] <phasip> Have anyone had problems with tvservice command freezing?
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[23:32] <Froolap> tv on the pi?
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