#raspberrypi IRC Log

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IRC Log for 2015-06-11

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[0:09] <Berg> https://docs.python.org/3/library/functions.html#hex
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[0:15] <Berg> you can make a list = [0x03, 'text', variable]
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[0:16] <Berg> http://www.tutorialspoint.com/python/python_lists.htm
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[0:21] <Ryccardo> "The primary purpose of the DATA statement is to give names to constants; [...] This also simplifies modifying the program, should the value of pi change."
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[0:23] <shiftplusone> I hate it when that happens.
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[0:51] <Berg> if you throw a geko at a wall it sticks there ...we need to make a pi that peals geko's off walls
[0:51] <Bilby> haha
[0:52] <Ryccardo> Berg: glue to the case that weird rubber that holds phones to dashboards!
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[0:53] <Berg> :)
[0:54] <Berg> spider pi?
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[1:05] <theborger> is there a guide out on how to hard wire a PS2 or a PS2 like controller up to the pi? Hardwire not just plug and play. Been lookingo n google don't see anything except USB stuff
[1:06] <Berg> try youtube
[1:07] <theborger> i keep seeing the ControlBlock thing
[1:07] <Ryccardo> ps2 ones went with analog buttons, which I guess makes it not really possible to just remove the chip and wire the buttons to gpios
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[1:08] <theborger> Ryccardo: ok, so better off using a ps1? or is there another controller that i should be looking for?
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[1:08] <theborger> Ryccardo: I am looking to go from the A,B, up, down, joysticks etc. wire by wire
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[1:09] <Bilby> it depends on how those switches detect connections
[1:09] <theborger> I am putting a Pi in an old Atari Lynx case. so want to put the controls inside the lynx case
[1:10] <Ryccardo> the arrows + select + start are regular buttons, the sticks obviously require two ADC channels each + a button, all other buttons I have no real idea
[1:10] <Bilby> Ben Heck does a teardown of one i think, might be worth digging around on youtube
[1:10] <HtheB> theborger: what happened to the Atari lynx itself? :(
[1:10] <Berg> https://www.youtube.com/results?q=raspberry+pi+and+ps2+controller
[1:11] <theborger> HtheB: it's broken got it off ebay.
[1:11] <Berg> they do lo9ts things on youtube
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[1:11] <Ryccardo> or of course you can get an PC controller that resembles a Playstation one
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[1:12] <theborger> I have an old USB Tomee ps2 style controller
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[1:13] <The_Borg> risitance is futile
[1:15] <Ryccardo> http://www.ebay.com/itm/121668286285 seems legit
[1:15] <Bilby> theborger this is what I was thinking of https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LieHIscadjk it has some good info
[1:16] <Bilby> ignore the incredibly cheesy "plot" and ben heck is the king of hardware hacking
[1:17] <theborger> Bilby: Thanks, I'll watch it :)
[1:18] <The_Borg> cheesy
[1:18] <The_Borg> \macca's
[1:18] <HtheB> theborger: didn't you try to repair? :p
[1:18] <The_Borg> hmmm burger
[1:18] <Bilby> yeah. it's worth checking out other video he's done that are related too
[1:18] * Bilby sends The_Borg back to Mad Max world
[1:18] <The_Borg> haqy
[1:18] * The_Borg is now known as Berg
[1:18] <HtheB> Ryccardo: haha
[1:18] <Bilby> we live, we die, we live again!
[1:19] <Berg> fine he left
[1:19] <theborger> Bilby: actually trying to decide if i should use Playstation sticks, or just get a couple NDS sticks to use.
[1:20] <Bilby> up to your proclivities, i suppose
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[1:21] <Berg> "a proclivity for hard work"
[1:22] <Berg> :)
[1:22] <Bilby> "a proclivity for drinking"
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[1:22] <Berg> ill drink to that
[1:23] <Bilby> have a tinnie
[1:23] <Berg> Im looking at this geko and starting to think i should not have thrown iut at my cieling which is 12' high
[1:24] <Bilby> lol
[1:25] <Berg> all the analogue stuff pi balks at it makes me wonder why it dont have a analogue to digital build in
[1:25] <Berg> i know a chip will suffice
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[1:27] <Bilby> price point and usability
[1:28] <Bilby> same reason they went with 3v3 instead of 5v or even 5v tolerant
[1:28] <Ryccardo> well, it being 3V gave me a free (had leftover wires) working serial cable for my Kindle :)
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[1:29] <Ryccardo> and, if the goal was to file down the price... what about the FDX and 100 leds or the DSI connector!?
[1:30] <Berg> yeah
[1:31] <Berg> is there a raspberry pi modules made for only pi?
[1:31] <Berg> like a list
[1:32] <Berg> found
[1:32] <Berg> i should look first
[1:32] <Bilby> I know they have laid out their design reasons before... go look :P
[1:32] <Ryccardo> not complete, but maybe on elinux
[1:32] <Berg> https://www.raspberrypi.org/products/
[1:35] <Ryccardo> looks hardly complete to me
[1:35] <Ryccardo> there are tens of gpio-connected expansion cards around
[1:35] <Berg> yes i mean only raspbery pi products
[1:36] <Berg> i know the arduino stuff is comp-atabvle
[1:36] <Berg> compatable
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[1:38] <Bilby> haha, "tens of"
[1:38] <Bilby> there are dozens of us... dozens!
[1:40] <Berg> all school counting methods and the didgital age are incompatable
[1:40] <Berg> thats why you need a chip
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[3:38] <fred1807> what is the most creative raspberry pi project ever?
[3:38] <shiftplusone> 42
[3:38] <[Saint]> One of Ms. [Saint]'s work friends has named their child Konami
[3:38] <methuzla> the pi itself
[3:38] <shiftplusone> [Saint]: poor kid.
[3:39] <fred1807> Ir could be Niintendo..
[3:39] <[Saint]> (and, no, they had no idea where it came from - they thought it was original)
[3:39] <shiftplusone> it's like being named Enron or something
[3:39] <[Saint]> Hahahah
[3:39] <[Saint]> Enron Musk
[3:39] <shiftplusone> >_<
[3:39] <[Saint]> ...the sibling you don't hear about.
[3:39] <shiftplusone> heh
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[4:29] <en3r01> hello, has anyone had problems with static IPs in debian jessie?
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[5:22] <fred1807> anyone tried rapberry emulation on computer?
[5:22] <shiftplusone> sure
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[5:27] <fred1807> and?
[5:27] <fred1807> how was that?
[5:28] <pksato> that?
[5:28] <shiftplusone> could you be more specific?
[5:29] <shiftplusone> it was like emulating ARM on x86
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[5:29] <keyman007> lol
[5:30] <pksato> not emulate a full raspberry pi hardware.
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[5:37] <fred1807> wonder if ever raspberry will be made with open hardware
[5:37] <shiftplusone> not possible
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[5:43] <fred1807> today
[5:43] <fred1807> but tomorrow?
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[5:46] <shiftplusone> when all the lawyers in the world instantaneously burst into flames, maybe.
[5:47] <shiftplusone> The only way to make the pi as is meet the oshw standards is to entirely cripple its functionality to the point it's of interest to nobody
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[5:51] <shiftplusone> oshw is stupid by definition. You can have closed blobs, as long as you can't change them.... smart. You can provide the schematic for the PCB, but ignore the fact that all the chips are still closed, maybe not publicly available, the tools used to synthesise those chips are proprietary, the technologies used to manufacture them are trade secrets. Forget the closed blobs running on all the SD cards and other storage mediums. But the pi
[5:51] <shiftplusone> requires fairly easily hackable firmware to boot and all of the sudden, it's the spawn of satan to these people.
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[5:52] <methuzla> yeah, open to what level? like everything in the ARM core, all the peripherals Broadcom added, and on and on?
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[5:54] <methuzla> why? who could or would use such information?
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[5:57] <shiftplusone> (having said that, there is a lot of interest within the foundation to open up as much as possible)
[5:58] <shiftplusone> of course the lack of pi 2 schematics doesn't really demonstrate that (before someone points that out)
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[6:00] <fred1807> is there any reason to not use moderate 800hz overclock ? (on B+ for example)
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[6:01] <methuzla> that's a pretty serious underclock
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[6:56] <TyrfingMjolnir> Anyone running arch?
[6:56] <TyrfingMjolnir> http://archlinuxarm.org/platforms/armv7/broadcom/raspberry-pi-2
[6:56] <shiftplusone> #archlinux-arm
[6:57] <shiftplusone> though they'll probably tell you to get a better board and link to odroid junk
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[7:14] <Encapsulation> running arch on pi
[7:14] <Encapsulation> I remember that mistake =D
[7:15] <shiftplusone> I see no problem with the OS.
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[7:17] <Froolap> that's because you don't make the same mistakes as everyone else. :)
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[7:23] <Mateon1> Encapsulation: I run Arch on my original pi B+
[7:24] <Mateon1> No problems
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[9:48] <dankrs> I've got arch running on all my Pis
[9:49] <eirirs> ok
[9:50] * dankrs shoulda looked closer at timestamps
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[10:09] <eirirs> here all join/parts/quits flooeded everything away :P
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[10:10] <ShorTie> put them on ignor then
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[10:20] <Froolap> all of these arches and pi's makes me think of mcdonalds.
[10:20] <shiftplusone> ew
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[10:46] <Froolap> sigh
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[10:48] <Froolap> 54 B/s | 10 kB 41:31:09 ETA
[10:48] <shiftplusone> are you using some string and two cups?
[10:49] <Froolap> no, that was the upgrade that I could not afford.
[10:49] <dankrs> make some rabbit ears out of aluminum foil
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[10:52] <DexterF> greetings!
[10:52] <shiftplusone> hey
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[10:58] <DexterF> I'm looking for a case for Pi B+ or Pi2 that a) is emv shielded or at least basically metalic, b) reroutes all basic connectors(network, hdmi, usb) to *one* side and c) has an internal power supply.
[10:58] <DexterF> anyone know of such a thing?
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[11:00] <temmi_hoo> at first i was going to suggest a plain metal box but you want clearly a more turnkey solution
[11:00] <Froolap> that sounds like a project that would cost more than the pi.
[11:00] <temmi_hoo> and yes, it is very likely more expensive than several pi's
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[11:00] <temmi_hoo> ... it'd still be <100EUR computer
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[11:03] <DexterF> temmi_hoo: if the case costs 50 EUR then so be it, you are right about turnkey.
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[11:17] <DexterF> found my thign I guess: http://www.amazon.de/Raspberry-MEDIAPI-Geh%C3%A4use-integriertem-USB-Hub/dp/B00JNXERM2
[11:24] <ShorTie> l00ks nice
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[11:55] <DexterF> hmmm.
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[12:07] <linux_unix-10> hi
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[12:08] <linux_unix-10> Are there any frontends available for Arch Linux's pacman on the RPi?
[12:09] <linux_unix-10> The ones on the ArchWiki can't be found on the repos
[12:09] <shiftplusone> #archlinux-arm
[12:09] <shiftplusone> (checked AUR?)
[12:16] <linux_unix-10> A 'pacman -Ss' search yielded nothing
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[12:19] <shiftplusone> and a yaourt search?
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[12:23] <linux_unix-10> nope
[12:24] <linux_unix-10> sadly not even yaourt turned up
[12:25] <qubitnerd> linux_unix-10: are you looking for a GUI forntend >
[12:25] <qubitnerd> ?
[12:26] <linux_unix-10> Preferably, yes. But at this point, even ncurses-based ones will do.
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[12:27] <qubitnerd> pcurses ?
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[12:29] <qubitnerd> linux_unix-10: how about tkpacman from the AUR
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[12:29] <qubitnerd> the PKGBUILD says arch=('any')
[12:30] <linux_unix-10> tkpacman, nope.
[12:30] <qubitnerd> "nope" meaning ?
[12:31] <qubitnerd> linux_unix-10: ^
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[12:32] <qubitnerd> its dependencies are tk and tcl both of which are availiable from the official repos
[12:32] <qubitnerd> if you have base-devel installed you can get the
[12:32] <qubitnerd> pkgbuild and compile it yourself
[12:33] <linux_unix-10> when i enter "pacman -Ss tkpacman" it return nothing.
[12:33] <linux_unix-10> like this
[12:33] <qubitnerd> that is because tkpacman is in the AUR
[12:33] <linux_unix-10> here
[12:33] <linux_unix-10> [pi@archpi ~]$ pacman -Ss tkpacman
[12:34] <linux_unix-10> [pi@archpi ~]$
[12:34] <linux_unix-10> that's it
[12:34] <qubitnerd> hmm
[12:34] <qubitnerd> pacman -Ss does not search the AUR
[12:34] <linux_unix-10> Really?
[12:35] <qubitnerd> nope
[12:35] <qubitnerd> it only searches the repos listed in pacman.conf
[12:35] <qubitnerd> AUR isnt really a pacman repo although the R stands for repository :p
[12:36] <qubitnerd> i mean , its different from [core] [extra] etc
[12:36] <linux_unix-10> oh
[12:36] <linux_unix-10> well, how do i access the AUR?
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[12:36] <qubitnerd> AUR is jsut a bunch of PKGBUILDs .. files which are instructions to compile packages
[12:36] <qubitnerd> and instructions for pacman what to do with them
[12:37] <qubitnerd> hmm do you have base-devel group installed ?
[12:38] <qubitnerd> oh wait ... hmm i think the archlinux-arm guys maintain a seperate pacman repo called [aur]
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[12:39] <qubitnerd> anyway you can try compiing it from source using this https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/tk/tkpacman/PKGBUILD
[12:39] <qubitnerd> https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/tkpacman/ <--
[12:40] <qubitnerd> get the tarball .. unpack it
[12:40] <qubitnerd> and run makepkg -s in that folder
[12:43] <shiftplusone> or use yaourt
[12:43] <shiftplusone> which you implied you understoof
[12:43] <shiftplusone> ....stoof? O_o
[12:44] <qubitnerd> yeah or use yaourt , although it would do you good to understand how makepkg works
[12:44] <linux_unix-10> good point
[12:44] <qubitnerd> i use cower mostly
[12:44] <linux_unix-10> besides, yaourt didn't turn up in a pacman search
[12:44] <shiftplusone> it wouldn't... you need to get it from AUR =P
[12:44] <qubitnerd> that is because yaourt itself is in the AUR
[12:45] <at0m|c> hi, i'm troubleshooting recording using Wolfson audio card. playback works fine. https://paste.debian.net/220360/ any idea's?
[12:45] <shiftplusone> so... my suggestion was a bit pointless
[12:46] <qubitnerd> shiftplusone: long time since i played with arch on the pi .. do you know how AUR works on the archlinux-arm ?
[12:46] <qubitnerd> i remember it being a seperate pacman repo in archlinux-arm
[12:46] <shiftplusone> I believe AUR is still the same as normal archlinux
[12:46] <shiftplusone> which is why most packages will not admit to being arm-compatible
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[12:47] <shiftplusone> I've had to edit a few pkgbuilds to get things to build in the past because the maintainers didn't add it to the list of supported arches
[12:47] <qubitnerd> hmm i have a vague memory of a seperate [aur] with a subset of the packages from aur.archlinux.org
[12:47] <qubitnerd> could you post your pacman.conf from the pi ?
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[12:49] <shiftplusone> no idea then. haven't used arch in quite a while
[12:49] <shiftplusone> don't have it installed on anything anymore
[12:49] <qubitnerd> shiftplusone: http://archlinuxarm.org/packages
[12:49] <qubitnerd> they mention aur as one of the repos there
[12:49] <shiftplusone> ah
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[12:50] <shiftplusone> not much there
[12:51] <qubitnerd> yeah not much
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[12:53] <qubitnerd> http://br2.mirror.archlinuxarm.org/armv7h/
[12:54] <qubitnerd> and this .. yeah so there is a [aur] repo for archlinux-arm , with a subset of precompiled packages from THE aur
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[13:34] <Otanii> So, I was in here the other night with an issue of Raspian not having the taskbar.
[13:35] <Otanii> I completely redid my SDCard. And when I use the pi account, the taskbar works. When I use another account I made, it doesnt.
[13:35] <Otanii> The taskbar continues to act like it is continuously crashing.
[13:36] <ShorTie> ya, you have to dupplicate all the pi users
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[13:37] <Otanii> That is stupid.
[13:38] <ShorTie> they workin on it i think
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[13:39] <at0m|c> Otanii: /etc/skel/ gets used as /home/$user/ for any adduser $user
[13:40] <at0m|c> s/used/copied, so it's a template directory
[13:40] <ShorTie> <shiftplusone> better yet, for group in adm dialout cdrom sudo audio video
[13:40] <ShorTie> plugdev games users input netdev spi i2c gpio; do usermod -a -G $group your_user; done;
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[13:42] <ShorTie> that don't look right, try this
[13:42] <ShorTie> for group in adm dialout cdrom sudo audio video plugdev games users input netdev spi i2c gpio; do usermod -a -G $group your_user; done;
[13:43] <at0m|c> ShorTie: the difference being?
[13:43] <Otanii> i copied /home/pi/.config/lxpanels to my new users .config. how would i use chown to recursively take ownership of the copied folder and files
[13:43] <ShorTie> all 1 line mainly
[13:43] <at0m|c> Otanii: chown -R user/user /dir
[13:43] <at0m|c> err
[13:43] <ShorTie> my c/p wasn't playing nicely, lol.
[13:43] <at0m|c> Otanii: chown -R user:user /dir
[13:44] <at0m|c> ShorTie: ah :)
[13:48] <Otanii> Aight, even after copying the lxpanel files from pi, and taking ownership, the taskbar still wont load.
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[13:57] <Otanii> even tried copying lxsession, and taking ownership. Nothing.
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[13:58] <at0m|c> Otanii: maybe sudo cp -pdr /home/pi /home/newuser;sudo adduser newuser; sudo chown -R newuser:newuser /home/newuser
[13:59] <at0m|c> i don't use desktop environment so i can't try lxpanel settings
[13:59] <temmi_hoo> somewhere there is a template user home folder that adduser uses
[13:59] <Otanii> Well that template DOESNT WORK.
[13:59] <at0m|c> temmi_hoo: /etc/skel/
[14:00] <Otanii> Cause my Pi has a working taskbar, and the user I added doesn't.
[14:00] <temmi_hoo> Otanii: they clearly didn't put the necessary files in the template
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[14:00] <temmi_hoo> if you copy some relevant files to /etc/skel and adduser, you should have success
[14:01] <Otanii> I copied lxpanels and lxsession from pi to the new user. Still didnt work.
[14:01] <temmi_hoo> dunno about the taskbar, pi is using some yet another unknown-to-me window manager
[14:02] <temmi_hoo> anyway when you find the proper files that help, copy them to skel as well and the next new users should end up having them automatically propagated
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[14:06] <Otanii> I deleted my the new users entire .config folder. Copied over pi's entire config folder, and chowned it. Still the same issue.
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[14:12] <temmi_hoo> likely it's not .config but some other .something in /home/pi
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[14:15] <Otanii> All I see is Desktop and python_games
[14:15] <Otanii> I copied Desktop. It did nothing
[14:15] <at0m|c> Otanii: ls -al ~/
[14:16] <at0m|c> Otanii: it's in the .files
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[14:17] <Otanii> at0m|c, how would I just straight up copy pi home folder to the new user, then take ownsership?
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[14:17] <|zer0|> Hey All, I have a question about hosting web server on a Pi, can anyone assist?
[14:18] <Otanii> I did sudo cp -R /home/pi /home/newuser
[14:19] <Otanii> then sudo chown -R newuser:newuser /home/newuser
[14:19] <at0m|c> Otanii: i would cp -pdr /home/pi/./.* /home/user; chown -R user:user /home/user
[14:20] <at0m|c> /./.* to lock in /home/pi/ and exclude /.. which escapes up
[14:20] <temmi_hoo> |zer0|: short answer: don't // long answer: it's a real linux computer, most linux server software works perfectly well if a bit slowly
[14:21] <at0m|c> lighttpd or nginx instead of apache bloat
[14:21] <Otanii> I tried it your way, and it said all the files already existed.
[14:21] <Otanii> But it still didnt fix the issue.
[14:21] <at0m|c> Otanii: and no joy? :?
[14:22] <at0m|c> hm
[14:22] <temmi_hoo> |zer0|, at0m|c Node.js runs nicely if you're aligned that way
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[14:26] <|zer0|> <temmi_hoo> thanks for the tip.. but the webserver (apache/wordpress) works fine inside my network, trying to get to it from the net seems to cause me grief.
[14:26] <|zer0|> wondering if anybody has set one up and had same issue as me.
[14:27] <Otanii> Did you forward the port in the router?
[14:27] <Triffid_Hunter> |zer0|: ask google about port forwarding. also note that many ISPs block various common service ports
[14:28] <|zer0|> yeah, both 80 and 443, opened NAT and made sure my isp wasnt blocking ports (I can manage that in my account settings)
[14:28] <|zer0|> when accessing from the net the page half loads, (no formatting) and is dead slow while inside my network has no issues
[14:28] <Triffid_Hunter> |zer0|: I've no idea what you mean by "opened NAT" but opening a port is totally different to forwarding it
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[14:30] <|zer0|> unsecured will allow any traffic the router doesn't know in while secured will only allow traffic in from a source that the router has sent traffic to previously.
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[14:30] <Triffid_Hunter> |zer0|: definitely want that on secured, otherwise someone's gonna add your router to a botnet
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[14:36] <temmi_hoo> |zer0|: certainly the nat router and firewall need some more configuring
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[15:28] <wanda_> 17th june, all hero in the barcamp about asterisk, webRTC, mumble: http://barcamp.org/w/page/97007235/BarCampMumble-VoIP-OpenSource :D
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[15:59] <Encapsulation> I always need jumper wires but the cheap chinese ones suck especially because I like to cut them up and make custom cables. They don't really even have enough wire for that. I prefer the schmartboard jumpers but 40 dollars for as many jumpers is just too much. What is the cheapest solution for lots of jumpers of all gender combinations?
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[16:09] <Tenkawa> greetings all
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[16:20] <Bilby> 'sup Tenkawa
[16:20] <Tenkawa> hey
[16:20] <Tenkawa> the temp!!!
[16:20] <Tenkawa> omg
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[16:21] <Tenkawa> Bilby: 91 forecasted today... uggh
[16:21] <Tenkawa> and you know when we do get rain it wont help :(
[16:22] <temmi_hoo> 91 is very near boiling
[16:22] <Bilby> not for us :P
[16:22] <temmi_hoo> well
[16:23] <Tenkawa> temmi_hoo: F
[16:23] <Tenkawa> not C :)
[16:23] <temmi_hoo> C:
[16:23] <Bilby> Tenkawa I took a run this morning... it was hot at 8 AM :|
[16:23] <temmi_hoo> i know
[16:23] <temmi_hoo> :)
[16:23] <temmi_hoo> 91C is a nice sauna temperature
[16:24] <Tenkawa> Bilby: yeah... Isnt there one of the popular festivals downtown this weekend too?
[16:24] <Tenkawa> thats going to be harsh
[16:24] <Bilby> In winter the South Pole scientists will crank their sauna up to 200 C :O
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[16:25] <temmi_hoo> russian sauna temperature is 120-130C
[16:25] <temmi_hoo> they wear funny hats for sauna so your ears won't fry
[16:26] <Bilby> I do like going to sauna
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[16:27] <temmi_hoo> sauna++
[16:29] <Tenkawa> darnit wish i could get the kernel to see my battery status
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[16:31] <Tenkawa> that and sound are only two glitches left
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[16:31] <jer> paint me weird looking, but when i have thoughts of stepping into a slow cooker wearing a towel, i usually talk myself out of it. =]
[16:31] <Tenkawa> even got the touchscreen working well'
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[16:31] <jer> Tenkawa, you could probably write a kernel driver to expose that level of information to the kernel
[16:32] <jer> wrt sound, good luck. linux is a mess.
[16:32] <jer> =]
[16:32] <Tenkawa> jer: yeah.. if I knew the interface spec
[16:32] <jer> ask? worst that can happen is "no" and you're in the same spot you are now =]
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[16:32] <Tenkawa> not even sure what the hardware itself if (fairly closed spec)
[16:33] <Tenkawa> er if/is
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[16:35] <Tenkawa> otherwise this has been a really nice piece of hardware to use
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[16:35] <Bilby> jer I don't do it all the time but sometimes it feels quite nice
[16:35] <jer> Bilby, yeah i'm sure it does, i was just trying to make a joke =]
[16:36] <Bilby> I even used it a few times when I was staying in houston... the aeromatic cedar and dry heat really helped clear out my sinuses
[16:36] <jer> cool
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[16:37] <temmi_hoo> jer, yes indeed, sauna is a naked place
[16:38] <temmi_hoo> wearing towels is just for the photographs
[16:38] <temmi_hoo> also: it's so hot your lizard brain ceases to have any space left for thinking about sex
[16:39] <Bilby> in the US, at least in public places, the tradition is sauna is in the locker room and generally you wear at least a towel
[16:40] <temmi_hoo> judging by the image of sauna in hollywood movies, it is also not very warm in there
[16:41] <temmi_hoo> and yes, if your gym has sauna, it is from the locker room meaning you won't get heterosexual encounters in there
[16:41] <temmi_hoo> generally this means for most people it's already asexual
[16:41] <Bilby> americans = puritans = body shaaaaame
[16:42] <Bilby> saunas are usually pretty warm... i think most hollywood movies end up taking place in a steam room (at least gangster film) which is also hot but very different
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[16:57] <ToRA_> ok, so besides opera, is there any other methods of compressing data for the raspi? a proxy? (i am trying to run a HTML5 bloaty website, ezwaiver.com)
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[16:59] <Tenkawa> time to see if I can get my sound working
[16:59] <temmi_hoo> Bilby: the hollywoodian/newyorkian movie saunas are places where somebody sits reading a newspaper and then some guy comes with his boyfriend to shmooch in the corner
[16:59] <temmi_hoo> so not very warm nor steamhy
[17:00] <temmi_hoo> -h
[17:00] <Bilby> Why isn't it working Tenkawa?
[17:00] <Bilby> temmi_hoo we must watch different movies haha
[17:00] <Bilby> though the trope of someone sitting in a sauna reading a paper is pretty true
[17:01] <temmi_hoo> well true in the sense that it appears in movies, very untrue in the sense that paper does not last sauna conditions
[17:01] <temmi_hoo> also wearing eyewear in sauna is useless as they're just dribbling sweat
[17:01] <Tenkawa> Bilby: linux (much less 64 bit) wouldnt even work out of the box on this thing... Micocenter Winbook TW100
[17:02] <temmi_hoo> they don't get steamed though except in the first minute or so
[17:02] <Tenkawa> Bilby: got debian 64 bit installed, wifi and touchscreen working
[17:02] <Bilby> oh that, thought you were on a Pi lol
[17:02] <Tenkawa> time to try to fix sound
[17:02] <Tenkawa> Bilby: nah all of those work fine
[17:04] <Bilby> temmi_hoo, yes different temperatures maybe - most saunas i've been in have been around 120F / 50C
[17:04] <Bilby> sauna is not an everyday thing here, so having hotter saunas in public would be dangerous
[17:04] <Triffid_Hunter> ToRA_: don't serve from a pi if you want performance.. and isn't opera a browser?
[17:04] <temmi_hoo> Bilby: that's really cold
[17:05] <Bilby> It might be higher, I don't remember sorry
[17:05] <ToRA_> yeah, it's a browser...
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[17:05] <temmi_hoo> why would it be dangerous? all humans are born with lizard brain that will make you get out of the sauna before anything health-related happens
[17:05] <ToRA_> Triffid_Hunter: also, i am not hosting on the pi, i just want to access the website from the pi
[17:06] <temmi_hoo> also, in a sauna someone needs to pour water on the stove stones, otherwise it is yet again just a hot or warm room instead of a sauna
[17:06] <ToRA_> temmi_hoo: i thin you are confusing sauna with a steam room
[17:06] <ToRA_> think*
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[17:07] <ToRA_> cause a sauna is just a hot room, mostly dry
[17:07] <temmi_hoo> hell no
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[17:07] <Bilby> yep, different kind of sauna
[17:07] <temmi_hoo> in sauna you have "kiuas", a special type of stove which has exposed stoned for the purpose of making a rush of steam
[17:07] <Bilby> most sauna here are self-maintaining, use electric elements and are "dry"
[17:08] <Bilby> they have stones on top to hold the heat but you do not put water on them ever
[17:08] <temmi_hoo> that is just not a sauna
[17:08] <ToRA_> temmi_hoo: i'm not saying they dont have steam/wet options, they are just typically dry
[17:08] <temmi_hoo> you people just don't know the origin and how it works
[17:08] <Bilby> http://almostheaven.com/about-saunas/before-you-buy/
[17:09] <ToRA_> a lot of saunas lately are infrared, which cannot have steam
[17:09] <Bilby> they specify a 'dry sauna' and a 'wet saunta'
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[17:09] <Bilby> *sauna
[17:09] <Tenkawa> ok.. next attempt at audio
[17:09] <temmi_hoo> they're just bullshitting you, you're supposed to pour water on the stones :)
[17:09] <Bilby> while the occaisonal rush of steam would be nice, it's more complex to do that sort of sauna in a public space where the heat is on all day and there's no one necessarily there to maintain it
[17:09] <Tenkawa> let the compile begin
[17:10] <temmi_hoo> steam rooms are completely different
[17:10] <Bilby> And today, temmi_hoo discovers their local tradition is not universal :P
[17:10] <Bilby> yes, steam room is very different
[17:10] * Tenkawa prefers cold
[17:10] <temmi_hoo> Bilby: hey they're claiming a relation to finnish heritage on their pages
[17:10] <ToRA_> temmi_hoo: that is what i said, steam room is different
[17:11] <Bilby> little more option http://www.livestrong.com/article/67560-use-dry-sauna/
[17:11] <Bilby> *info
[17:11] <ToRA_> but i guess if you are agreeing that a steam room is different, we are probably just arguing the same point
[17:11] <temmi_hoo> ToRA_: steam room doesn't have this stove where you pour water on the rocks, they have a steam generator
[17:11] <temmi_hoo> anyhow a sauna has the stove "kiuas" with stones and whoever sits in there is supposed to pour the water on those stones as much as they wish to
[17:11] <temmi_hoo> doesn't need anybody to maintain
[17:12] <temmi_hoo> ...except in germany where they have a special person in there to do that
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[17:12] <ToRA_> but the steam isnt required
[17:12] <Bilby> you need somene to fill the water bucket, or a water supply, and there are extra parts and such - plus you need a sauna heater specifically that can handle that and different wiring / hookups. complexity and low demand have changed how it's used here
[17:12] <ToRA_> i've always used saunas without steam
[17:13] <Tenkawa> wow that was quick
[17:13] <Tenkawa> brb
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[17:13] <temmi_hoo> 185F sounds about right though
[17:13] <temmi_hoo> could be a bit less even
[17:13] <IT_Sean> temmi_hoo: please watch your language. The channel guidelines are linked in the topic.
[17:14] <temmi_hoo> many people like to bath at 60C (140F) allowing them to pour more water on them stones
[17:14] <temmi_hoo> IT_Sean: i'll do my best, sorry about the b-word
[17:15] <Bilby> I think in Finland and many other countries that sauna regularly, they have different temperatures of sauna, right?
[17:15] <temmi_hoo> in finland anything between 60C to 130C (140F to 266F) is common depending on taste
[17:16] <temmi_hoo> everybody does the water on rocks thing though
[17:16] <temmi_hoo> just that in hotter sauna the whole experience is less moist and the löyly (steam rush thing) gets angrier
[17:16] <Bilby> I deny your rocks with water! :P
[17:16] <temmi_hoo> at over 100C air temp (boiling) the löyly is more whiplash thing
[17:17] <IT_Sean> Guys... you've beenarguing for over an hour on this. Different countries define "Sauna" differently. Get over it.
[17:17] <Bilby> I've been in maybe one or two that had water, and they were mostly in private clubs that were more fancy / more luxurious
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[17:17] <Bilby> lol IT_Sean
[17:17] <Bilby> you should "chill out" /schwartzaneggerjoke
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[17:17] <Bilby> wb Tenkawa... any luck?
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[17:17] <Tenkawa> isnt there an alsa detection script?
[17:18] <Tenkawa> Bilby: got a ton of modules i need to try
[17:18] <temmi_hoo> anybody with ideas of temp/humidity/co2 sensors that tolerate sauna like temperatures with lots of water in the air?
[17:18] <Tenkawa> hmmm
[17:18] <Tenkawa> it inserted a bunch
[17:18] <Tenkawa> still telling me no cards found though
[17:18] <Tenkawa> weird
[17:18] <temmi_hoo> co2 sensor could be in the air outlet duct and i'm sure there are nice temp sensors but about relative humidity sensor that would tolerate the heat
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[17:19] <Tenkawa> hmm baytraik-pcm-audio not registered
[17:19] <Tenkawa> ahh haa
[17:19] <Tenkawa> failed to load firmware
[17:19] <Tenkawa> thats going to take some research
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[17:20] <GeekShadow> hi
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[17:20] <GeekShadow> I want to know, do you track your microSD in some way ?
[17:20] <GeekShadow> storage Go/class/speed...
[17:20] <GeekShadow> brand
[17:21] <GeekShadow> with some kind of serial number to know which microSD is used for which RPi
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[17:30] <camfrye1> Hi all. Can anybody recommend a decent way of playing a list (or random) JPEG and video files from an SD card without user input?
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[17:31] <GeekShadow> also do you recommand a type of box to put all your microSD/SD card in ?
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[17:41] <temmi_hoo> now that i'm letting steam out elsewhere, a very much on-topic image of a powered raspberry pi: https://usercontent.irccloud-cdn.com/file/y1ItC9d4
[17:41] <temmi_hoo> spot the power cord
[17:41] <temmi_hoo> no batteries were hurt in photographing this event
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[17:42] <Bilby> I commented on that when I saw it the first time
[17:42] <Bilby> it's a neat idea with not many applications i'd want, and missing some features that would be great :(
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[17:44] <temmi_hoo> now to collect some nettles for food
[17:44] <camfrye1> best unattended slideshow w/ video? pi presents? someting else?
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[17:45] <Tenkawa> bbl
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[17:45] <Bilby> raspberry pi slideshow works fine
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[17:46] <Bilby> camfrye1, http://www.binaryemotions.com/digital-signage/raspberry-slideshow/
[17:47] <camfrye1> awesome. thanks. can i use content from an SD card?
[17:48] <Bilby> yep, lots of options
[17:48] <Bilby> You might need the raspberry-video option if you're doing video. check out the site
[17:49] <camfrye1> looking now. thanks.
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[17:58] <Bilby> hmm, hummus with horseradish. not bad.
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[17:59] <Armand> Yurk... >_<
[17:59] <Bilby> it's surprisingly good
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[18:00] <fred1807> I am getting kernel panync sync on boot :( :/ :( :O
[18:01] <phasip> So the original raspberry pi didn't support ethernet over hdmi, but does the rpi2?
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[18:03] <wiiguy> dont think so phasip
[18:03] <phasip> Allright
[18:03] <IT_Sean> nope
[18:04] <wiiguy> how would taht work either way ?
[18:04] <wiiguy> the tv gives ethernet to it ?
[18:05] <Bilby> that was my question <_<
[18:05] <phasip> Actually I wanted it the other way - give ethernet to the TV
[18:05] <phasip> For example IP-tv boxes usually do this
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[18:08] <Bilby> some do, anyway, if the TV is capable
[18:09] <Bilby> It's one of those features i just haven't seen in use very much
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[19:14] <wanda_> hullo, 17th june VoIP open source fan organize a meeting with Mumble to speak about Asterisk, Raspberry pi2, VoIP open source http://barcamp.org/w/page/97007235/BarCampMumble-VoIP-OpenSource
[19:15] <wanda_> u r welcome ;*D
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[19:38] <ecogiko> Hello!
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[19:39] <ecogiko> I managed to get my raspberry pi working after a lot of troubleshooting. The only thing remaining for me right now is the ssh connection. I am not sure what to do because whenever I try to ssh to it I get Permission denied(publickey, password). I am using archlinux arm. How should I setup the sshd config in order to fix this?
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[19:51] <phasip> ecogiko: You know the archlinux arm has root:root as login and not pi:raspberry ?
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[19:52] <temmi_hoo> in classic chat style he left before waiting for answer
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[19:52] <phasip> I see
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[19:52] <phasip> But actually he came back
[19:52] <ecogiko> phasip: Yes, I am doing ssh root@private_ip
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[19:53] <phasip> Allright, for me ssh worked out of the box for arch linux arm
[19:53] <phasip> But that was the rpi2
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[19:53] <jer> just attach a display and keyboard, login locally, and change the password; then try ssh again
[19:53] <ecogiko> I don't have a display
[19:54] <jer> can't borrow one? (i.e., tv?)
[19:54] <ecogiko> I can't borrow a TV.
[19:54] <jer> lol i didn't mean go and take one from somewhere, i meant take your pi to one and borrow it for a minute.
[19:54] <jer> but if you can't, ok =]
[19:55] <phasip> ecogiko: ssh asks for the password right?
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[19:57] <ecogiko> phasip: It doesn't it just denies me.
[19:57] <phasip> Are you running windows or linux?
[19:58] <ecogiko> ArchLinux.
[19:58] <phasip> Try to temporary move your .ssh directory and retry
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[19:58] <ecogiko> Okay.
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[20:02] <ecogiko> Sorry for spamming, I had a existing mount point that stays until I restart my laptop
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[20:03] <ecogiko> phasip: There is no .ssh in /etc/ssh/
[20:03] <phasip> I mean ~/.ssh
[20:04] <ecogiko> There is only the root account.
[20:04] <ecogiko> It doesn't have a .ssh either.
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[20:04] <ecogiko> Oh no, there is.
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[20:07] <ecogiko> phasip: Again, permission denied.
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[20:07] <phasip> And not even a password prompt?
[20:07] <ecogiko> Not even a prompt.
[20:07] <ecogiko> Should I share the config with you?
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[20:09] <ecogiko> phasip: Here is the config file for sshd -> https://dpaste.de/tbGn
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[20:11] <Gadgetoid> Blind Pi setup? Ouch.
[20:11] <ecogiko> Yeah, I had to manually enable services I needed. I don't have access to systemd.
[20:13] <Gadgetoid> One of those times you need a UART cable
[20:13] <phasip> Try connecting with ssh -v and post the output I guess. As I said earlier ssh should have been enabled by default
[20:14] <ecogiko> got it
[20:14] <ecogiko> I had to disable AuthorizedHosts and ChallangeSomethingSomething
[20:15] <ecogiko> ChallengeResponseAuthentication had to be set the yes.
[20:15] <Gadgetoid> Ooh, now set up a key based auth and turn those back :D
[20:15] <ecogiko> Yes!
[20:16] <temmi_hoo> ssh-keygen <3
[20:16] <Gadgetoid> Or the Elders of the internet will sneak into your house at night and... well I don't know what they get up to!
[20:16] <ecogiko> First step is to install vim.
[20:16] <Gadgetoid> <3
[20:16] <Gadgetoid> Boom!
[20:17] <phasip> gr8
[20:17] <Gadgetoid> Ah, fond memories of vim way back when, it was made of pure distilled frustration
[20:17] <phasip> I thought first step was pacman -Suy ^_^
[20:17] <ecogiko> It took me > 4 months to get the raspberry working.
[20:18] <Gadgetoid> 4 months? How long did it spend on a shelf doing nothing though?
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[20:18] <ecogiko> It turned out that the usb didn't have enough power to transmit the power. Howerver it was good enough to transfer data.
[20:18] <temmi_hoo> vim <3
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[20:18] <ecogiko> I am not sure what was wrong with it.
[20:18] <Gadgetoid> Which revision of Pi?
[20:18] <ecogiko> b+
[20:19] <Gadgetoid> Should be all guns blazing, then, official power supply?
[20:19] <ecogiko> Cheap ass chinese phone charger with usb output with a good usb.
[20:19] <Gadgetoid> Errr... ookaay!
[20:20] <ecogiko> I can't afford official.
[20:20] <Gadgetoid> What's the rated current on that? "Whatever you're lucky enough to get before it catches fire"?
[20:20] <Gadgetoid> That's unfortunate, but understandable
[20:20] <Gadgetoid> I ghetto'd my first Pi with hard-drive jumpers and single-core wire, dark days
[20:20] <ecogiko> Lol.
[20:21] <Gadgetoid> I also finally killed a Pi yesterday, stone dead, it's now a really inefficient space heater
[20:22] <Gadgetoid> As in, it's the first Pi I killed, not my first Pi- my first Pi is still fine, although it's not doing much in the bottom of a box
[20:23] <ecogiko> I have so much stuff to do with a Pi right now I am not sure what to do first.
[20:23] <ecogiko> Gadgetoid: When did you get your first Pi?
[20:24] <Gadgetoid> I was a slightly late pre-ordererer
[20:24] <Gadgetoid> Ordered 4th May 2012
[20:24] <Gadgetoid> No wait, that surely can't be right
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[20:28] <Gadgetoid> Hmm, must be!
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[20:29] <Gadgetoid> Shocking that it's only been 3 years
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[20:57] <ecogiko> Thanks for all the help, bye!
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[21:32] <Yohio> NedScott: you said you had your cheap 3.6" TFT refunded and got sent a new one but have you seen what happened with the prices on those?
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[21:56] <Froolap> I remember in the dark days when my monitor blew up I ended redirecting com2 to my printer so I could see what other people said.
[21:56] <Froolap> at least I could still irc.
[21:58] <IT_Sean> IRC over printer. Nice.
[21:58] <IT_Sean> line feed printer?
[21:59] <Froolap> yup
[21:59] <IT_Sean> Proper.
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[22:00] <Froolap> things ya do when yer desperate to get online.
[22:00] <Bilby> drugs?
[22:01] <IT_Sean> Bilby: No, not drugs.
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[22:01] <tawr> then you're not desperate enough
[22:01] <tawr> with enough drugs, you can be online with a book!
[22:01] <Bilby> The painkillers I took for my pinched sciatica disagree (but that was likely an unusual case)
[22:01] <Froolap> made me realize how wonderful 300 baud was, cus a printer for a display is even slower
[22:01] <Bilby> Froolap, ever try RTTY?
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[22:03] <Froolap> nope, thaat was before my time.
[22:03] <Bilby> People still use it though probably not in a practical fashion
[22:04] <Bilby> in any case, it's... a bit slow.
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[22:10] <gtrmtx> hey so i followed this tutorial to the letter and no luck...any tips? https://learn.adafruit.com/synergy-on-raspberry-pi?view=all
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[22:12] <tawr> gtrmtx, why not go vnc?
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[22:12] <gtrmtx> tawr: tbh im setting this up for someone who isn't competent enough to use vnc lol
[22:12] <tawr> this is more complicated than vnc, gtrmtx
[22:12] <tawr> by far
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[22:13] <gtrmtx> as far as configuration goes yes
[22:13] <tawr> as far as use?
[22:13] <gtrmtx> yeah
[22:13] <tawr> if they're on windows, double click a link that opens vnc to the same ip as the rpi
[22:13] <tawr> there is nothing easier than that?
[22:13] <gtrmtx> he needs to be able to just move his mouse over as if its an additional monitor
[22:13] <tawr> that doesn't quite make sense
[22:14] <tawr> the only reason to use synergy is bandwidth, as per adafruit
[22:14] <gtrmtx> this is a really frustrating situation for me because to you and me thats easy but to this person that would be too much work....and i cant correct him because hes a lot higher up in the organization
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[22:29] <[Saint]> <tawr> the only reason to use synergy is bandwidth, as per adafruit
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[22:29] <[Saint]> ...can't say I agree there.

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