#raspberrypi IRC Log

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IRC Log for 2015-08-02

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[0:01] <DoctorD90> strange stuff is obly in tableofcontents...
[0:01] <Encrypt> obly?
[0:01] <DoctorD90> before it gave 1.1.1 ....now it gives A.1.1 xD
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[0:01] <Encrypt> Ah
[0:01] <DoctorD90> s/obly/only/g
[0:01] <Encrypt> You changed the style of the document probably
[0:01] <Encrypt> From article to report...
[0:01] <DoctorD90> no xD
[0:02] <Encrypt> Or something like that
[0:02] <DoctorD90> always article xD
[0:02] <DoctorD90> or.maybe copy/paste code it change to document....
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[0:02] <DoctorD90> i hope this tutorial will explain differences between docs, art, and report :P
[0:03] <Encrypt> I always use article personally :p
[0:03] <Encrypt> I don't like "report" that much... however this might be useful one day
[0:04] <Encrypt> When I will write long documents (> 50 pages that I currently write)
[0:05] <DoctorD90> nope...still documentclass setted to article :0
[0:05] <DoctorD90> strange
[0:06] <Encrypt> DoctorD90, You did \section{} \subsection{] and \subsubsection{}, right?
[0:07] <Encrypt> DoctorD90, Show me your code if you want :)
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[0:09] <Encrypt> Hum... I'd better go to bed I imagine
[0:10] <Encrypt> I'll be back here tomorrow! :)
[0:10] <Encrypt> See ya o/
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[0:10] <DoctorD90> xD
[0:10] <DoctorD90> n8 :P
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[1:01] <NedScott> I haven't fully finished my Gameboy Advance SP project, and I've already bought a broken Gameboy DSi XL from ebay to make a replacement
[1:01] <NedScott> that will be able to hold an actual Raspberry Pi 2, HDMI screen, and even a keyboard in place of the lower screen half
[1:01] <NedScott> then I'll hack on a couple of analog sticks below the built-in buttons
[1:02] <NedScott> if I measured correctly, these small 5inch HDMI screens should fit in a DSi XL case
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[2:09] <IsUp> hello everyone
[2:09] * plugwash (~plugwash@bcdeba1b.skybroadband.com) Quit (Ping timeout: 246 seconds)
[2:09] <IsUp> i have Pi 2 and USB + ethernet is not working anymore
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[2:10] <IsUp> suddenly stopped, no hardware/software changes at all
[2:10] <IsUp> i have measured pp3 and pp7, it says 4.93v
[2:11] <IsUp> any ideas? could be a faulty card or something?
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[4:08] <NedScott> take it out and blow on it
[4:08] <NedScott> oh, he left
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[5:46] <irc_smirk> hello all
[5:46] <irc_smirk> im getting into 'robotics' and want to build a pi car
[5:47] <irc_smirk> i know there are kits and such
[5:47] <irc_smirk> anyone here have any favorites?
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[5:51] <irc_smirk> ne1?
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[6:30] <chris1seto> I'm having an interesting issue... it's basically exactly this, from someone else: http://askubuntu.com/questions/612452/raspberry-pi-c11-stdthread-pure-virtual-method-called
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[6:30] <chris1seto> Anyone had any clue what could be going on?
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[7:11] <TeknoJuce> whats the best way to handle button states via python over i2c?
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[7:16] <TeknoJuce> is there a way to delete the install files from n00bs
[7:16] <TeknoJuce> require more space on the card
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[7:27] <x3l3tric> Hey guys, I have a help question for all of you
[7:27] <x3l3tric> I've got a Pi Model B that I set up as a Samba share on my local home network
[7:28] <TeknoJuce> why not just use sftp
[7:29] <x3l3tric> I may switch at some point, but that's not my issue right now
[7:29] <TeknoJuce> samba is always annoying.
[7:29] <x3l3tric> My issue is that the pi appears to be trying to remount the HDD that I've put in twice after boot
[7:29] <x3l3tric> It works for me right now, but really, that's not my issue
[7:29] <x3l3tric> Basically, what happens is this:
[7:30] <x3l3tric> When I boot, the HDD is there and usable
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[7:30] <x3l3tric> Then, after a random period of time after boot, I get hit with an error
[7:30] <x3l3tric> Here it is
[7:31] <x3l3tric> Error mounting: Mount exited with exit code 1:helper failed with: mount: according to mtab, /dev/sda1 is already mounted on /media/MediaDisk
[7:31] <x3l3tric> Then, the whole disk is inaccessible.
[7:31] <x3l3tric> Before then, everything's fine
[7:31] <TeknoJuce> so remove all the auto mount stuff you have until it goes away
[7:31] <x3l3tric> I tried that
[7:31] <TeknoJuce> did it go away?
[7:32] <x3l3tric> I originally had the thing automounting via Crontab, but that would take too long after boot
[7:32] <x3l3tric> Right now it's going through fstab
[7:32] <TeknoJuce> as it should
[7:32] <x3l3tric> Well, yes, because it wasn't mounted at all
[7:32] <TeknoJuce> are you sure?
[7:32] <x3l3tric> Let me tell you what it's mounted as
[7:32] <x3l3tric> One sec
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[7:32] <x3l3tric> Yeah, I mistyped a line at one point in fstab and so the automount stuff didn't run at all
[7:33] <x3l3tric> Wait, sorry
[7:33] <x3l3tric> I'm backing up the SD card now, I'm going to restore from an old backup if I can't find anything.
[7:33] <x3l3tric> UUID=0AC4D607C4D5F543 /media/NASDRIVE ntfs-3g uid=1000,gid=1000,umask=007 0 0
[7:33] <x3l3tric> That's the format I used in Fstab
[7:33] <TeknoJuce> why is it ntfs?
[7:34] <x3l3tric> With a page break for uid=1000
[7:34] <x3l3tric> Sorry, that was an example, actual filesystem's ext4
[7:34] <x3l3tric> By page break, I really mean 'enter'
[7:35] <TeknoJuce> why did you give some made up value, I dont understand.
[7:36] <TeknoJuce> are you using this drive just for media?
[7:36] <x3l3tric> That's an example of the syntax I used, I don't have the SD card right now
[7:36] <TeknoJuce> streaming etc?
[7:36] <x3l3tric> Yes.
[7:36] <TeknoJuce> which player are you using?
[7:36] <x3l3tric> Yeah, Streaming and holding media for a Deluge daemon
[7:36] <x3l3tric> Using OSMC on a remote Pi
[7:36] <x3l3tric> That's having no issues.
[7:36] <x3l3tric> My whole issue is the mounting thing
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[7:36] <x3l3tric> The SD card, btw, is being backed up right now on Win32 Disk Imager
[7:37] <TeknoJuce> never ask for help until you can actually be helped.
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[7:37] <x3l3tric> I'm sorry?
[7:38] <x3l3tric> What'd I do wrong?
[7:38] <TeknoJuce> you cant give me any real information and you cant test anything I give back to you, its just a waste of time.
[7:38] <x3l3tric> I can give you real info
[7:39] <x3l3tric> The only thing not in that fstab thing is my actual uuid for the HDD
[7:39] <x3l3tric> I just thought that maybe you'd have a suggestion for some things that would be causing the issues
[7:40] <x3l3tric> Plus, the backup's 61% done
[7:40] <TeknoJuce> I suggest you come on back once you can apply the information to the actual unit
[7:40] <x3l3tric> You haven't given me any info to apply other than taking away the automount line
[7:40] <x3l3tric> Which wouldn't do anything in this circumstance, because as I've stated, I already tried to no success
[7:41] <x3l3tric> I mean, you could ask me about stuff I've already done
[7:41] <x3l3tric> Suggest potential programs that would be responsible
[7:41] <x3l3tric> Like automount or something
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[7:41] <x3l3tric> And I'll check it out when the unit's ready again
[7:42] <x3l3tric> 70%
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[7:48] <x3l3tric> Real quick, I have the backup almost done
[7:48] <x3l3tric> I want to ask a question about something I did before this all happened
[7:49] <x3l3tric> I started using NOOBS with a 16GB card, but later switched to 32GB
[7:49] <x3l3tric> To expand the file system, I moved the last partition on the disk, the SETTINGS one, to the very end of the SD card
[7:49] <x3l3tric> Then I put the Allocated space on the root partition
[7:50] <x3l3tric> This was in a Ubuntu 12.04 live CD
[7:50] <x3l3tric> I have a backup of before I did that, if you think flashing it would help
[7:50] <x3l3tric> Or, rather, is the only way to fix the issue
[7:50] <x3l3tric> Backup's done, I have a real unit to test stuff on now
[7:54] <x3l3tric> Anyone here?
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[8:30] <x3l3tric> Hello all, I'm having an issue with USB automounting HDDs (Typing question to post soon)
[8:30] <x3l3tric> On every reboot that I have an HDD mounting automatically to /media/MediaDisk, there's a random point where that disc becomes unmounted
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[11:15] <nbastin> where's that RPi 2 compute module...
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[11:19] <ShorTie> in La La land
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[11:26] <nbastin> Such a nice land.
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[13:41] <Fooman2011> Hello. I would like to adjust the master volume for all applications (using alsa or openmax). Is there a way to do this ?
[13:41] <Fooman2011> I know tha for lasa I can use alsamixer
[13:41] <Fooman2011> "that for alsa"
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[13:54] <Fooman2011> hello ? Every one sleeping ?
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[14:07] <t3chguy> some applications don't respect your master volume
[14:07] <t3chguy> such as omxplayer
[14:08] <Fooman2011> yeah this is my problem
[14:09] <Fooman2011> so in my master volume function I would like to set the openmax master volume too
[14:09] <Fooman2011> do you know if it is possible t3chguy ?
[14:09] <t3chguy> no idea
[14:09] <Fooman2011> :( thanks
[14:10] <Fooman2011> Is there a way to set the master volume at very low level ? (I mean under the alsa and openmax layers)
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[14:16] <nbastin> Fooman2011: do you want it low, or off?
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[14:32] <Fooman2011> nbastin: I want to be able to set the volume
[14:34] <Fooman2011> In fact in my device I have a volume button. I want that this button is able to controle the master volume for all applications
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[14:41] <nbastin> Fooman2011: you either need something that provides an entirely new device, or something more primitive that is just a pot on the port
[14:41] <nbastin> (device as in software device, which then equalizes the sound before it goes to the real audio output device)
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[14:43] <Fooman2011> do you have an example of how to do "something more primitive that is just a pot on the port" ?
[14:44] <nbastin> the analog audio port is just a pair of contacts for left/right, you can put a potentiometer on them to limit the audio output
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[14:44] <nbastin> this is how volume knobs worked before digital.. :-)
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[14:46] <nbastin> you can get small ones with paired contacts to use for stereo audio output
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[14:48] <Fooman2011> You mean soldering a potentiometer directly on the raspberry audio jack ?
[14:48] <nbastin> that would be the primitive part, yes.. :-)
[14:48] <nbastin> but if you're building a device that's not really a problem
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[14:49] <Fooman2011> Yeah except that it was not taken into account at the beginning of the project :(
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[14:49] <Fooman2011> Do you know the range of resistance value for the potentionmeter ?
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[14:50] <nbastin> one appropriate for the rpi audio? not sure
[14:50] <nbastin> they're cheap, you can play with them pretty easily and see
[14:50] <nbastin> easy testing is just buy a 1/8" connector and run the contacts to a pot
[14:50] <nbastin> even with alligator clips for testing
[14:51] <Fooman2011> I'll check on google. Thanks very much for your help :)
[14:52] <nbastin> you can get easy to test ones with big knobs, and then once you figure out the right resistance you can get a nice low profile spinning one
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[14:59] <nbastin> Fooman2011: something like http://www.alps.com/prod/info/E/HTML/Potentiometer/RotaryPotentiometers/RKJ1/RKJ1_list.html is the form factor you might want in the end, if you care about how big they are
[14:59] <nbastin> you can get them in dual-unit for stereo
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[15:01] <Fooman2011> nbastin yeah it's great thanks :)
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[15:04] <nid0> would anyone have enough experience with usb battery packs to be able to suggest any models/manufactures whose packs don't physically turn off when they detect no draw on the outputs?
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[15:04] <nid0> so far i've found literally 2 batteries made by Voltaic but theyre hard to get in the UK + very expensive
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[15:05] <SpeedEvil> nid0: In principle, I'd be tempted to do it myself. Tehre are lots of existing simple boards that may work well that you just need to attach a battery to
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[15:07] <SpeedEvil> http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/5V-Micro-USB-1A-18650-Lithium-Battery-Charging-Board-Charger-Module-Protection-/371152022965 plus batteries, plus
[15:07] <SpeedEvil> http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/New-1-5V-to-5V-500mA-DC-DC-Boost-Converter-Step-Up-Power-Module-for-Phone-Camera-/351035599504?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_3&hash=item51bb5a2a90
[15:08] <SpeedEvil> http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/1PC-1A-3V-to-5V-DC-DC-Converter-Step-Up-Boost-New-Module-/301363229584?hash=item462aa5f390 or for 1A
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[15:10] <SpeedEvil> http://www.aliexpress.com/item/1Pc-6-X-18650-Battery-Case-Usb-Charger-20000mAh-Power-Bank-Battery-Case-Box-Shell-With/1928848788.html
[15:10] <SpeedEvil> (as a case)
[15:10] <nid0> hm cheers, shall take a look - had looked at a few hats and similar but finding out whether they actually sleep or not when load drops to 0 is something none of them really tend to mention
[15:11] <heller__> hey guys
[15:11] <SpeedEvil> The fundamental problem is now there are chips to do this.
[15:11] <heller__> if i want to add a button to raspberry pi GPIO pin, do i need a resistor?
[15:11] <heller__> if i use internal pullup
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[15:11] <SpeedEvil> heller__: It is generally good practice to absolutely always in every case put a 1K resistor in series with the GPIO
[15:12] <SpeedEvil> For example - if the GPIO is set to output in error, and the button pushed, you don't want it shorted
[15:12] <heller__> right
[15:12] <heller__> but for the "need" part, its not needed as long the input is high?
[15:12] <heller__> i mean pin is input
[15:13] <nid0> yeah, its annoying that it seems to be something that's now just assumed - wouldn't suprise me if some cheap battery packs don't sleep as they're just too basic to have the circuitry, but its not something the specs for the devices ever mention
[15:13] <SpeedEvil> nid0: the chips mean that it's the cheapest way to make a 'USB charger' - which in order to economise on inductors and parts count - can't do any but one of two of :charge, supply USB
[15:13] <SpeedEvil> nid0: even the cheap ones - the battery case above - have a chip which sleeps automatically
[15:13] <SpeedEvil> IIRC at 20mA
[15:14] <SpeedEvil> nid0: What are you wanting to connect to it?
[15:15] <SpeedEvil> nid0: because the cheapest chips to do this have one inductor and a chip with four active switches. You add some LEDs if you want, and you're done
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[15:15] <nid0> a pi, and a https://www.pi-supply.com/product/pi-supply-raspberry-pi-power-switch/ - ultimately I have a pi which needs to be connected to a battery and will be off 99% of the time, then is powered on by a momentary switch and will be running for maybe ~2 minutes then power down, and be ready to power on again at the next button push
[15:15] <nid0> the pi supply takes care of most of that as it will shut off all power to the pi roughly 2 mins after its halted
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[15:16] <nid0> but then I find the battery pack shuts off as well so none of it'll turn back on :)
[15:16] <heller__> btw SpeedEvil for example, if i short 3v3 to GPIO pin, will it kill one pin or whole rpi?
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[15:16] <SpeedEvil> nid0: The above device from memory - is normally off, and connects the battery voltage directly to the output port through a large resistor.
[15:16] <SpeedEvil> heller__: yes
[15:16] <SpeedEvil> heller__: with bad luck
[15:16] <SpeedEvil> nid0: when the voltage drops past a threshold, indicating something is plugged in - it turns on
[15:18] <SpeedEvil> nid0: If your device draws under a certain current - 10uA? then it's going to turn off fine, but not turn back on again until you try to draw more
[15:19] <SpeedEvil> (turn on = regulate the output voltage to 5V)
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[15:21] <nid0> so broadly i'm looking at some AA cells wired up to the input of the 18650, that outputting to the boost converter to clean up the supply, then on to my switch?
[15:24] <SpeedEvil> 18650 is a sort of lithium-ion battery.
[15:24] <nid0> sorry yeah I meant the charging board
[15:25] <SpeedEvil> The first suggestion - with the first two boards - was to simply connect the charger and protection board to the lithium battery, and then connect the protected output to the 5V converter
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[15:25] <SpeedEvil> The second was that some existing ones may in fact work as a side-effect - if your drawn power in the 'off' state is low enough
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[15:25] <SpeedEvil> because that's how they detect a cable being plugged in
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[15:30] <nid0> i'll get hold of a multimeter to put across the pi supply module to see what its off draw is, the specs don't mention and my electronics knowledge is *far* too basic to figure it out myself from the schematic
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[15:32] <SpeedEvil> Also - 'in series with' - not across
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[15:35] <Bilby> *yawn*
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[15:38] <GenteelBen> Bilby Baggins
[15:38] <Bilby> mornin
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[18:19] <hinv> if I compile a large binary on the original pi version b, should I recompile it when moving to the pi2 to get full performance?
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[18:30] <ShorTie> most likely will not make a difference
[18:30] <ShorTie> they are both runnin armv6
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[18:33] <t3chguy> Pi2 is Armv7
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[18:33] <ShorTie> ya, but raspbian is still compiled armv6
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[18:34] <t3chguy> good point, I don't use Raspbian :P
[18:34] <ShorTie> now if you want to run some other OS like Debian, it might be armv6
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[18:35] <ShorTie> now if you want to run some other OS like Debian, it might be armv7
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[18:37] <hinv> I am running raspbian, so I guess I won't worry about it
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[18:37] <hinv> with 4 cores, I have some headroom right now anyways
[18:37] <ShorTie> most likely, raspbian will always be armv6, unless they want 2 different respories
[18:37] <ShorTie> or they drop support for rpi's
[18:37] <hinv> what kind of performance gains can be gained by running armv7?
[18:38] <hinv> NEVER! the original pi should be supported for at least 10 years
[18:38] <ShorTie> don't think a whole lot really
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[18:39] <ShorTie> it is just you can not use any other binaries except the foundations
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[18:40] <ShorTie> lol, Broadcom has drop the whole SoC development team
[18:40] <ShorTie> so who knows if/when there will ever be another pi in reality
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[18:46] <pwillard> :(
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[19:17] <IIsi50MHz> I've rediscovered my Palm III, IIIx, Sony Clié SJ30, and Clié TJ25. And their power limitations.
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[19:19] <IIsi50MHz> The Cliés are rechargeable, but wheo the battery reaches full, they stop charging /and Never charge again unless power is disconnected and reapplied/!
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[19:20] <IIsi50MHz> And of course they all lose all data if the battery is dead for more then about 10 seconds.
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[19:21] <IIsi50MHz> Still, I'm inspired to look for projects.
[19:21] <IIsi50MHz> Maybe I can start with one of those shortrange wireless power things.
[19:23] <IIsi50MHz> And then hook them up to my two old Roombas or something.
[19:23] <IIsi50MHz> Have the Pi manage them.
[19:23] <IIsi50MHz> Do backups, apply software.
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[19:34] <t3chguy> My Pi is colder when displaying 1080p 60FPS video (via omxplayer and MP4 Key) than when its meant to be in power-saving blank monitor state...
[19:34] <t3chguy> s/Pi/RPi2/
[19:35] <floris> lol
[19:36] <floris> note : me too
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[19:37] <floris> because omxplayer directly use hardware ?
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[19:38] <MonkehParade> Hey there.
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[19:39] <t3chguy> Well yeah floris but surely mi pi doing nothing should be less?
[19:40] <t3chguy> like, behind omxplayer things are still going on
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[19:40] <t3chguy> but when my pi is idle and been idle for half an hour, it puts my monitor into power save
[19:40] <t3chguy> I need to get numbers
[19:40] <t3chguy> but by hand it feels cooler
[19:40] <t3chguy> touching a passive copper heatsink
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[19:45] <floris> all programs who dont use hardware acceleration are more hard for pi
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[19:50] <t3chguy> Well yes, but they are still running while omxplayer is on, just the same as when my pi is idle
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[19:54] * IIsi50MHz hefts a single-piece aluminium heatsink from a Duron 700 MHz
[19:55] <IIsi50MHz> Wish I could strap this on.(:
[19:55] <IIsi50MHz> But the flat bottom is about the same size as the Pi.
[19:56] <Bilby> phrasing!
[19:57] <t3chguy> lol IIsi50MHz just buy a copper block, cut out cubes the size of the ICs, stick the cubes between the ICs and the hench Heatsink
[19:57] * IIsi50MHz looks for an intermediary block of aluminium or something
[19:58] <t3chguy> if you use aluminium the heat won't reach the heatsink
[19:58] <NullMoogleCable> is there a way to recover a trashed sd card using another to boot from?
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[19:59] <t3chguy> depends what happened to it
[20:00] <NullMoogleCable> doest do anything after a apt-get dist-upgrade
[20:00] <t3chguy> do you happen to know what dist-upgrade upgraded?
[20:00] <floris> priest ?
[20:00] <t3chguy> try mount the SD card on another system, look onto the second partition into /var/log/dpkg, maybe it'll be listed there
[20:01] <Gadgetoid> Pia pia pia pia Piano :D
[20:01] <NullMoogleCable> the firmware and bootloader i think
[20:01] <IIsi50MHz> Hmm, I knew having the two surface interfaces would significantly reduce efficiency, even with TIM between them.
[20:02] <IIsi50MHz> Didn't figure changing the intermediated block material would make much difference.
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[20:02] <t3chguy> hmm
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[20:02] <t3chguy> I might cool my Pi using a Peltier element
[20:02] <MonkehParade> May I ask a question? :c
[20:02] <Bilby> t3chguy fun but pointless lol
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[20:02] <IIsi50MHz> You just did,so if the answer is "no", you're screwed.
[20:02] <t3chguy> well, keeping electronics cooler makes them live longer
[20:03] <Gadgetoid> IIsi50MHz: Clié!!
[20:03] <Gadgetoid> IIsi50MHz: Have you seen PalmOrb?
[20:03] <MonkehParade> Is it possible to send a blank signal to the HDMI display the raspberry pi is connected to?
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[20:04] <IIsi50MHz> But seriously, MonkehParade: don't ask to ask; just ask.
[20:04] <Bilby> eh. there's no indication even with a Pi 2, that additional cooling will increase the chip's lifespan.
[20:04] <Gadgetoid> IIsi50MHz: http://pi.gadgetoid.com/article/using-the-palm-m500-as-a-raspberry-pi-lcd
[20:04] <IIsi50MHz> Gadgetoid: I don't think so.
[20:04] <Bilby> MonkehParade, do you want to blank the screen or turn it off?
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[20:04] <IIsi50MHz> Ah, clever.
[20:04] <MonkehParade> Bilby, just a blank screen.
[20:04] <t3chguy> http://www.adafruit.com/products/1335
[20:04] <t3chguy> lol, a little big for a Pi
[20:04] <MonkehParade> .. instead of the desktop.
[20:04] <Gadgetoid> Drat, forgot I had a missing image there
[20:05] <Gadgetoid> Enter... Archive.org: https://web.archive.org/web/20130921154425/http://www.gadgetoid.com/rpi/palmorb.jpg
[20:05] <Bilby> I can't remember what the command is, but you should be able to yes
[20:05] <t3chguy> MonkehParade: try `xset dpms force off`
[20:05] <t3chguy> it'll force-blank the screen, moving your mouse/pressing a key should re-awake it
[20:05] <MonkehParade> t3chguy, I will try that, thank you. c:
[20:05] <t3chguy> if you want it to stay off until you manually turn it back on its `tvservice -o`
[20:06] <t3chguy> if your HDMI display is CEC compliant, you can install libcec and do fancy CEC stuff
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[20:07] * MonkehParade hopes his HDMI display is CEC compliant
[20:08] <Bilby> if it's a "monitor" it's probably not :|
[20:08] <t3chguy> Monkeh, do use `xset dpms force off` it doesn't need to be
[20:08] <t3chguy> yeah, only some TVs are CEC compat
[20:09] <MonkehParade> Bilby, it's an actual TV, although it's not really branded.
[20:09] <t3chguy> if its a TV thats shed-load packed with features then it may have CEC, else probably not
[20:09] <Bilby> wORTH A TRY AT LEAST
[20:09] <MonkehParade> * I mean, its not of a well known brand.
[20:09] <Bilby> dang you caps lock
[20:10] <MonkehParade> .. but shitload better than the LG we used to have.
[20:10] <t3chguy> lol
[20:10] <MonkehParade> * of the same type
[20:10] <t3chguy> I provision 4K 60Hz monitors for every task
[20:10] <t3chguy> Acer CB280HK for my PC
[20:10] <t3chguy> Acer CB280HK for my Pi
[20:10] <t3chguy> etc
[20:10] <MonkehParade> 4K displays are expensive :c
[20:11] <t3chguy> I got a few of these Acers when they were 40% off
[20:11] <MonkehParade> t3chguy, we live oceans apart.
[20:11] <MonkehParade> I live in Sri Lanka .-.
[20:11] <t3chguy> fair enough
[20:11] <t3chguy> I live in the UK
[20:11] * ozzzy might get an HD tv some day
[20:11] <t3chguy> The panel itself is brilliant
[20:11] <t3chguy> its control/OSD etc is a little lacking
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[20:12] <t3chguy> but picture quality is 5*
[20:12] * Bilby get a tv some day
[20:12] <t3chguy> there was a cheap 4K TV on offer a few months back with 4* HDMI Inputs, cheaper than this darn monitor lol
[20:13] <nid0> so, here's an interesting question
[20:13] <nid0> my pi 2 hooked up to a certain particular battery pack
[20:14] <nid0> when the pi's running, all is well
[20:14] * MonkehParade waits for the question
[20:14] <nid0> when the pi halts, its giving off a high-pitched squeal, that sounds like its coming from the soc itself
[20:14] <nid0> what would be causing that?
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[20:15] <MonkehParade> That doesn't sound good ._.
[20:15] <Bilby> uuuuh
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[20:15] <Bilby> the Pi is making that noise?
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[20:15] <nid0> yeah it sounds like its coming from the soc, pretty much right from the middle of the board
[20:15] <Tenkawa> hi all
[20:15] <nid0> (just from testing by ear obviously)
[20:16] <Bilby> that sounds like a capacitor gone bad, but there's only one cap on the board I think...
[20:16] <Bilby> does it make that noise when plugged into a standard power supply?
[20:16] <nid0> its a high pitched whine like you'd get from coil whine in a crummy psu
[20:16] <MonkehParade> nid0, I used to mess with an old motherboard and when it started heating up alot, it started squealing
[20:16] <nid0> nope, its literally only a certain battery pack - a different battery or mains supply and its fine
[20:17] <nid0> and its only when the pi is halted
[20:17] <IIsi50MHz> I'd return the pack. o.o
[20:18] <MonkehParade> What the specifications of the battery pack?
[20:18] <MonkehParade> How much power does it output?
[20:18] <nid0> its an old one, so thats not an option - clearly it is something to do with the pack but im curious to know *what*, given that it appears to be outputting power that's perfectly fine to actually run the pi with no adverse problems
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[20:19] <nid0> the pi is perfectly stable (and silent) when running, literally when I halt the pi as soon as the shutdown process finishes and it drops to low power, it starts whining and will keep whining till I disconnect power - then when powering back up, its fine again
[20:19] <Bilby> is it just straight battery -> 5V or is there a controller in line?
[20:20] <nid0> the supply is supposedly 1.2A - I don't imagine that's true (and don't have a multimeter handy) but it is supplying plenty to run the pi with no stability problems
[20:20] <nid0> between the battery pack and the pi I nominally have a pi supply button pcb, it still whines if I remove that though
[20:21] <NullMoogleCable> is it possible to multiplex the sd card on a pi and have more then one wired in using the CS on the cards?
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[20:23] <IIsi50MHz> You can attach a card reader to the pi via usb.
[20:23] <NullMoogleCable> no like a adapter plate
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[20:25] <Bilby> I don't think so, because the Pi bootstraps from the card and there are initial instructions required before any OS-level action occurs
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[20:31] <IIsi50MHz> only /boot needs to be on the card
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[20:31] <IIsi50MHz> the rest can be on a usb, after some config file editing
[20:32] * MonkehParade groans
[20:32] <Bilby> yep, but there can't be any computation that is executed before /boot, like for chip select
[20:32] * Bilby wats for Gparted to finish copying drives
[20:32] <IIsi50MHz> But still, I don't know a way you could use muliple cards at once without a usb card reader
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[20:34] <Bilby> if i recall, there is some functionality in the SD standard to handle multiple chips on the same connection, by sending a chip select signal. there's just no way i can think of to implement it.
[20:34] * MonkehParade comes across problems with compiling
[20:34] <MonkehParade> https://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/viewtopic.php?t=104797&p=724218
[20:34] * MonkehParade curses
[20:34] <Bilby> but I Am Not An Engineer
[20:35] * MonkehParade sighs and sits with Bilby
[20:35] * MonkehParade gives Bilby half of my sandwich
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[20:36] <Bilby> That kind of day, eh?
[20:36] <Bilby> Ooh, balogna and cheese.
[20:36] <ali1234> nid0: that is coil whine - it's not just for coils
[20:36] * Bilby gives MonkehParade a beer from his lunch box
[20:37] * MonkehParade accepts the beer
[20:37] * Berg thinks about sharing his cake but desides not too!
[20:38] <Berg> hi again world of geniuses
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[20:41] <xenkey> Hi Berg
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[20:43] <MonkehParade> oooh. Mr Robot is interesting.
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[20:51] <t3chguy> Multiplexing Storage is essentially RAID 0
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[20:52] <t3chguy> NullMoogleCable: http://raspberrypi.stackexchange.com/questions/10021/use-multiple-sd-cards-in-raid-0
[20:52] <t3chguy> looks like nothing to RAID back into MicroSD
[20:53] <t3chguy> but you could just have a tiny SD Card in the Pi running BerryBoot pointing to your SD RAID
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[21:06] <Bilby> I'm working on one of these right now --> http://i.imgur.com/AQVWupU.jpg
[21:06] <Bilby> it's only a couple times larger than a Pi. crazy
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[21:07] <ldc> Bilby: looks sexy ;o what is that
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[21:09] <Bilby> it's a lenovo thinkcentre m53 micro
[21:09] <MonkehParade> Bilby, I used to have something similar to that by Asus
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[21:13] * MonkehParade is happy that he got libcec to compile finally
[21:13] <MonkehParade> *sigh*
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[21:14] <nid0> ali1234: the confusion remains as to why it seems to be coming directly from the soc, and why only when the pi is in standby and with one particular power supply though
[21:15] <Bilby> MonkehParade, cheers
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[21:16] <Bilby> nid0 you said it was a battery pack, right? you've verified it's pushing 5.0 volts to the pi?
[21:16] <MonkehParade> Bilby, he hasn't.
[21:16] <MonkehParade> He said that he didn't have a multimeter handy.
[21:17] <nid0> no multimeter but the pi is perfectly stable and silent when it's running
[21:17] <Bilby> ah, i missed that
[21:17] <nid0> so im assuming its outputting near enough to 5v, otherwise the pi wouldnt actually run properly
[21:18] <CoJaBo> nid0: Cheaper SMPS don't like idle loads very much
[21:19] <CoJaBo> They do all sorts of fun things when you pull only a small fraction of rated current =D
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[21:19] <nid0> hm ok, so the regulator outputs close enough to 5v when drawing a proper load but is all over the shop when it drops to a few mA? my next question then is whether that's actually likely to prove particularly dangerous to the pi given that it's only happening in standby (which will be for 2 mins at a time max)
[21:20] <nid0> because if not, this battery pack does solve a different problem i've been having
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[21:22] <CoJaBo> I have a battery pack that is *supposed* to turn off when idle; instead, when the pi idles, it blips the voltage just enough to immediately reboot it, putting it back under load >_>
[21:22] <CoJaBo> And my laptop power brick will make irritating noises when in standby
[21:23] <nid0> interesting - my whole problem is I need a battery pack that explicitly doesnt turn off when idle :p
[21:23] <nid0> bought a brand new one for this project then found out that apparently they turn off and go into standby when there's no load
[21:23] <SpeedEvil> Well, the above suggestions work - making your own and just connecting to the existing cells is easy
[21:23] <nid0> but this one causing the whine is an old cheap one I had in the bottom of a drawer that doesn't shut itself down
[21:25] <nid0> SpeedEvil: yeah I have some kit on the way to make a start on doing exactly that, but figured i'd try a few of my older battery packs this afternoon and turns out that this one doesn't shut down
[21:25] <nid0> so it totally solves that problem, but just makes the pi whine when its in standby
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[21:35] <ali1234> nid0: it's impossible to tell where high pitch sounds are coming from
[21:35] <CoJaBo> Coils
[21:35] <ali1234> yes it's the coils
[21:35] <Bilby> there's one in my ears all the time for some damned reason, even though i've never been near artillary
[21:35] <ali1234> anything with high inductance does it
[21:35] <ali1234> if you hit it with the right frequency
[21:36] <CoJaBo> CRTs are particularly annoying :/
[21:37] * CoJaBo will be glas when every single one of those infernal things on planet earth dies
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[21:37] <CoJaBo> glad
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[21:55] <niston> hmm
[21:55] <niston> RTL8370 chip looks promising
[21:56] <niston> 8 port gigE, supports LAG, can be had from china for a few $ and has linux code for configuration on teh net
[21:56] <Bilby> rolling your own switch?
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[21:58] <t3chguy> $5.49 for one of those chips, how much would a board to utilise it cost to make though
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[21:58] <Bilby> dpends on how integrated it is
[21:59] <niston> Bilby: still contemplating to build a CM cluster :)
[21:59] <Bilby> Unfinished file and contains much errors. Do not use for anything.
[21:59] <Bilby> from the official realtek page for the chip XD
[21:59] <niston> yeah I saw :D
[22:00] <niston> https://code.google.com/p/rt-n56u/source/browse/trunk/linux-2.6.21.x/drivers/net/rtl8367m/?r=e9fee08c41faa3ba4891817d82c2a9246dde2a38#rtl8367m%253Fstate%253Dclosed
[22:00] <niston> there's some code to configure registers
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[22:00] <Bilby> I thought i recognized the chip, my router uses one haha
[22:01] <t3chguy> what router?
[22:01] <Bilby> asus something something
[22:01] <t3chguy> lol
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[22:02] <niston> yeah
[22:02] <t3chguy> Asus don't tend to have 7 ports, so it seems like they're using that chip somewhat wastefully
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[22:02] <t3chguy> 7 ports, especially with LAG would be v. useful
[22:03] <Bilby> I think mine has 6 ports + WAN?
[22:03] <t3chguy> hmm
[22:03] <t3chguy> I doubt WAN would be plugged into it
[22:03] <t3chguy> I think its more of a size restriction
[22:03] <t3chguy> but 6 ain't bad at all
[22:03] <Bilby> RT-N65R
[22:04] <Encrypt> Hello there! o/
[22:04] <t3chguy> Bilby: images show only 4 Ethernets?
[22:04] <Encrypt> Do you know what I received yesterday? :P
[22:05] <Bilby> t3chguy, yep i'm wrong. looks like 4 + wan
[22:05] <t3chguy> #Wasteful :P
[22:05] <Bilby> I'm probably thinking of another model on the chipset, can't find any details on it
[22:05] <Bilby> #meh
[22:05] <Encrypt> https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/19626172/commande.jpg \o/
[22:05] <Bilby> NEEEEEEEEEERRRRRRRRRRRRDDDDDDDDDDDDDD
[22:05] <Bilby> also... nice
[22:05] <t3chguy> xD
[22:06] <t3chguy> #StereoTypicalNerd
[22:06] <Bilby> lol
[22:06] <Bilby> stereotypes exist for a reason XD
[22:06] <t3chguy> to make us laugh of course
[22:06] <t3chguy> when they're so true xD
[22:06] <Bilby> <--- stereotypical fat nerd (was neckbeard, but shaved and got laid :D )
[22:06] <t3chguy> By appearance I'd probably be more likely to be classified Emo/Scene than Nerd xD
[22:07] <niston> remember the internal CPU also requires a switch port btw
[22:07] <t3chguy> Blue hair, etc
[22:07] <t3chguy> niston: which is why I said 7, out of 8
[22:07] <niston> yes
[22:07] <t3chguy> so thats 3 wasted, unless WAN is routed through it (unlikely?), so 2-3 wasted
[22:07] <Bilby> niston have you found a data sheet on that chip? I can't find a datasheet or example wiring diagram
[22:07] <niston> yeah I dont think WAN is on the Switch
[22:07] <Bilby> I'm interested to see what all is required to make it go
[22:08] <niston> althought it could be done
[22:08] <t3chguy> it'd be a weird decision, unless the chip had VLAN support, then WAN could be on the Chip but then two ports would go to the CPU, which is v. wasteful
[22:09] <Bilby> depends on what the price point is compared to something with dedicated wan support
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[22:13] <Encrypt> Bilby, t3chguy, Free shipping on Kubii.fr when buying more than 65€ of stuff
[22:13] <niston> gah, can't find a datasheet either
[22:13] <Encrypt> So, I bought two, one of them will be delivered tomorrow to somebody living in Paris :p
[22:13] <Bilby> lol
[22:14] <Bilby> niston, get a sample and ask for one?
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[22:17] <Encrypt> Do you know which case to buy for a 24/24 use as a server?
[22:17] <Encrypt> I had a PiHolder case for my model B
[22:18] <Encrypt> The Flirc case looks good... but it has been designed for the Pi B+
[22:19] <t3chguy> most B+ cases fit the 2
[22:19] <Encrypt> So the heatsink is not aligned with the chip, and there is not heatsink for the USB/ethernet chip
[22:19] <t3chguy> ah
[22:19] <Bilby> any case
[22:19] <t3chguy> get a custom CNC one milled out?
[22:19] <Encrypt> These type of cases work great
[22:19] <Bilby> just get a regular B case
[22:19] <Encrypt> And the Flirc case isn't that expensive
[22:20] <Encrypt> Bilby, Ok
[22:20] <Encrypt> And "traditional" heatsinks aren't worth it apparently
[22:20] <Encrypt> According to videos I saw on YouTube
[22:20] <Bilby> heatsinks do nada unless you are doing crazy experimental overclocking
[22:20] <Encrypt> The temp is lower of ~3°C
[22:20] <Encrypt> At best...
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[22:21] <Bilby> I have pis literally wedged behind monitors, propped random places in server rooms, you name it
[22:21] <Bilby> getting good power is a problem... heat is not
[22:21] <Encrypt> Ok!
[22:21] <Encrypt> My Pi B+ will have to survive 1 year without human intervention :D
[22:21] <Encrypt> Pi 2*
[22:22] <Encrypt> I'm going to Plymouth next year, and I will let it at home
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[22:25] <Bilby> ah
[22:27] <t3chguy> I think that i'm just going to buy a Pimoroni Unicorn Hat and use my Pi exclusively for that xD
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[22:31] <t3chguy> I'll just have it running this 24/7 xD https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hYgsARclap4
[22:32] <t3chguy> Pimoroni store is 15% off!
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[22:39] <SyncYourDogmas> Encrypt: what script are you gonna use to reconnect to wifi when it drops? Or using ethernet?
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[22:40] <Encrypt> SyncYourDogmas, My current Pi is connected thanks to ethernet
[22:40] <Encrypt> It will be the same for this one :)
[22:41] <SyncYourDogmas> Damn lol I need a solution
[22:41] <SyncYourDogmas> Good luck though
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[22:41] <SyncYourDogmas> Ill be impressed if it lasts a year
[22:42] <Encrypt> SyncYourDogmas, Well, my curret Pi is on 24/24
[22:42] <Encrypt> And it has been running for 4 years now
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[22:42] <Encrypt> Well... sometimes I have to reboot it
[22:42] <Encrypt> Because logs say that there was a failed I/O, blabla... :D
[22:43] <Encrypt> But it works :P
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[22:47] <SyncYourDogmas> Yeah I just need a wifi solution. Gonna try this http://raspberrypi.stackexchange.com/questions/4120/how-to-automatically-reconnect-wifi
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[22:48] <SyncYourDogmas> But id rather just kill dhclient wpa supplicant && dhclient wpa_supplicant
[22:49] <Bilby> Encrypt, you could use an arduino to cut and restor power to the pi if it stops responding :)
[22:49] <Bilby> use a couple of GPIO pins as a super-basic marco-polo type situation and have it reboot the pi if it doesn't get a "polo" back
[22:49] <Encrypt> Bilby, You know... :/
[22:50] <Encrypt> I have an electronics project which aim is to prevent power outages on the Raspberry Pi
[22:50] <Encrypt> The components and PCB are still waiting on my desk :/
[22:50] <Encrypt> Theoretically... it should work
[22:51] <Encrypt> According to my knowledge of "almost engineer" :D
[22:51] <Encrypt> Also, cutting power isn't a good thing, I often experienced corrupted SD cards after that
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[22:52] <Encrypt> That's why I had the idea of designing this project
[22:52] <Solak> Hello.
[22:52] <SyncYourDogmas> Linux should always respond to reboot
[22:52] <SyncYourDogmas> Maybe kill x11 first
[22:53] <Bilby> Well, if it's already crashed there's not much more you can do besides pull plug
[22:53] <SyncYourDogmas> Like a kernel panic?
[22:54] <Bilby> not sure. Encrypt when your pi crashes what is it doing?
[22:55] <t3chguy> Hmmmmm
[22:55] <t3chguy> anyone know if the Pimoroni Unicorn hat fits the foundation official case?
[22:55] <Encrypt> My project does nothing regarding this issue :p
[22:55] <Encrypt> But as you're poiting out, when it crashes, I have no choice
[22:55] <Encrypt> It never crashed though...
[22:56] <SyncYourDogmas> Haha
[22:57] <Encrypt> It once got stopped during boot process, after starting fsck... asking me whether I agreed to solve the errors he found the way it wanted
[22:57] <Encrypt> But since it's headless... I'm using it though SSH...
[22:57] <Encrypt> I got trapped :D
[22:57] <SyncYourDogmas> The only time Ive got a kernel panic was caused by my java program somehow
[22:58] <Encrypt> "Meanwhile in Java land" ©
[22:58] <SyncYourDogmas> Error got past jvm somehow...
[23:00] <t3chguy> https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/0188/6794/products/RPI_Foundartion_case_4_of_4_1024x1024.JPG?v=1433330866 YEY!
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[23:02] <Yuken> Hi!
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[23:03] <Encrypt> Hi Yuken
[23:03] <Yuken> Anyone got a 3D model for the B/B+ model (Pi1 or Pi2 is fine, since they are the same size)?
[23:03] <Yuken> Encrypt, hai.
[23:04] <Yuken> Er, to make it clearer:
[23:04] <NullMoogleCable> is mirrordirrector dead?
[23:04] <Yuken> Anything compatible with Blender.
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[23:07] * tjcarter pulls out a Blendtec for Yuken...
[23:07] <tjcarter> (sorry, i don't have a model for you)
[23:07] <Yuken> tjcarter, damn you.
[23:08] <funkybrewster> Hi guys, havent been on IRC since about 15 years ago. Glad to be back! :)
[23:08] <Yuken> Blendtec too expensive!
[23:08] <tjcarter> Yuken: Ninja?
[23:08] * Solak is a bit confused regarding hdmi and sd...
[23:08] <Yuken> Hm.
[23:09] <Yuken> Better.
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[23:09] <tjcarter> funkybrewster: stage 7'd finally eh?
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[23:09] <Yuken> funkybrewster, the amount of time you haven't been on IRC is more than the amount of time I've been alive.
[23:09] <niston> hehe
[23:09] <niston> wb
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[23:09] <funkybrewster> hehe
[23:10] * Solak notices four hdmi ports, but wonders if it makes any difference to which a pi (pi2) is connected: hdmi arc, hdmi stb, hdmi dvi and hdmi mhl
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[23:11] <Encrypt> funkybrewster, Welcome back \o/
[23:11] <tjcarter> Yuken: So I take it you're not a major candidate for and fan of the Apple 2 Pi project's work? :)
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[23:11] <Encrypt> funkybrewster, Now the question is... why have you been away from IRC for such a long time? :D
[23:11] <Yuken> tjcarter, I did not understand that sentence at all.
[23:11] <Encrypt> IRC = life
[23:11] <Encrypt> <3
[23:12] <funkybrewster> Thats a very good, not too sure I have good answer
[23:12] <funkybrewster> lol
[23:13] <funkybrewster> fate?
[23:13] <funkybrewster> haha
[23:13] <Encrypt> :D
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[23:14] <tjcarter> Yuken: Somebody took computers that were originally designed before _I_ was born and had long since stopped production by the time _YOU_ were born and shoved a Pi in it connected to a common peripheral (the Super Serial Card) or reasonable facsimilie. They've used this to run the emulator for a 1-3MHz machine on a 7-900MHz Pi, REALLY REALLY STUPID FAST.
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[23:15] <tjcarter> oh nevermind :)
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[23:34] <NullMoogleCable> a pi should never seg fault on apt-get install right?
[23:34] <SyncYourDogmas> No
[23:34] <SyncYourDogmas> Thats odd
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[23:36] <voidAr> Hi
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[23:36] <voidAr> is it possible to watch netflix with raspbian and chromium ?
[23:37] <H__> yay \o/ I just deployed a RaspberryPI-controlled Hydreon RG-11 rainsensor outside my rolloffroof as cloudsensor backup http://t.co/Q3HtQG8qrU
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