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IRC Log for 2015-08-04

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[0:01] <michal_f> OK I going to try that wajig then , installing libboost1.49-all-dev didn;t seem to help (unless I missed smth)
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[0:04] <NullMoogleCable> so i built a ultimate pi power shield with excessive filter caps and a 5amp 5v power supply. yet my original B keeps corrupting sd cards :/
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[0:08] <Zunz> And the thing I hate with linux is all this command line shit
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[0:09] <Zunz> I am just trying to make avconv record audio and send it to pipe:1
[0:09] <ozzzy> that's the best thing about linux
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[0:14] <Kamilion> Zunz: Well, it's either telling people to do some stuff on the commandline, or "here, take this script and run it without understanding it", which is far more dangerous.
[0:14] <michal_f> Kamilion, thanks - solveds
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[0:14] <Kamilion> Windows isn't much different -- powershell is used for a lot of management.
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[0:15] <Zunz> Kamilion: true
[0:15] <Kamilion> michal_f: awesome. Wajig's also got a bunch of other useful commands like 'dailyupgrade' 'whichpkg' 'search' and 'sizes'
[0:16] * ozzzy has BASH on windows
[0:16] <Zunz> Unable to find a suitable output format for 'pipe:1'
[0:16] <Kamilion> Zunz: I happen to like 'embedded console' solutions like wajig, where you have a small set of commands from a subconsole.
[0:16] <Zunz> GAAAAH
[0:16] <Kamilion> ozzzy: http://xonsh.org/ runs on windows.
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[0:16] <Kamilion> Zunz: now, what's more annoying, getting that printed at a console, or a modal dialog popping up with only an OK button?
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[0:17] <Zunz> Neither, it just needs to work ;)
[0:17] <ozzzy> ugh... python
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[0:17] <Zunz> Nah, just kidding... I know it doesn't work that way... But it would be nice, wouldn't it xD
[0:18] <Kamilion> Well, if you spend a bunch of time looking, you can find a bunch of useful GUI tools
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[0:18] <Kamilion> my favorites are baobab, gnome-disk-utility, system-config-samba, and btrfs-gui
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[0:19] <Kamilion> Python's actually quite good at wrapping around command line programs
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[0:20] <Kamilion> https://github.com/clearkimura/Customizer was recently rewritten in python, and can be used to edit ISOs
[0:20] <ozzzy> so are PERL, PHP and C
[0:20] <Kamilion> uh, no, NOPE.JPG, and okay.jpg
[0:20] <Kamilion> for one, I'm not installing perl5 on my machine, for the same reasons I don't install ruby or node
[0:21] <Kamilion> PHP is not trustworthy at all.
[0:21] <Kamilion> and C's only as good as the developer.
[0:21] <ozzzy> how so
[0:21] <Kamilion> So out of all of those, C's the pick for me
[0:21] <Kamilion> as it's quite easy to use ctypes in python to call C code.
[0:21] <ozzzy> I'll stick with Apache and PHP
[0:22] <Zunz> PHP... *shivers*
[0:22] <ozzzy> and for stand-alone PERL Qt or Gtk
[0:22] <Kamilion> though honestly, i'd go with rust instead of C
[0:22] <Kamilion> Eh, well, perl isn't available on any installation mediums
[0:22] <Kamilion> it's all python now
[0:22] <Zunz> PHP is spaghetti all over the place with a bad taste
[0:22] <Kamilion> except for a couple well known projects
[0:23] <ozzzy> hmmmm... I've never installed python on anything
[0:23] <Kamilion> exactly, it's always preinstalled because modern package managers depend on python.
[0:23] <Kamilion> they used to depend on perl
[0:23] <biberao> hi
[0:23] <Kamilion> that is no longer the case. Perl seems to have fallen out of favor a while ago.
[0:23] <biberao> guys
[0:23] <biberao> who uses bsd on the rpi?
[0:23] <Zunz> Hm I just need to prevent harmful sql injections.. let's name it: mysql_real_escape_string()
[0:24] <Kamilion> Zunz: hm, I'll just use jinja2's |safe
[0:24] <Kamilion> and I don't even use SQL databases anymore
[0:24] <Kamilion> http://rethinkdb.com
[0:24] <Kamilion> why bother when my frontend is json anyway?
[0:24] <Zunz> I got myself a better solutions, ditched PHP :P
[0:24] <Kamilion> same.
[0:25] <Kamilion> https://github.com/kamilion/kaizen <--- I have my own python web stack.
[0:25] <Zunz> I really enjoy nodejs, it might not be the best either and probably has it's flaws...
[0:25] <Zunz> It fun at suitable for my projects though.
[0:25] <Kamilion> yep.
[0:25] <Zunz> Me english bad, very.
[0:25] <Kamilion> the way I'm arranged right now, I can scale linearly horizontally
[0:25] <Zunz> *facepalms*
[0:26] <Kamilion> rethinkdb natively clusters across many hosts without the idiot master/slave mysql dance
[0:26] <Kamilion> uwsgi can run multiple workers per node, and so can nginx
[0:26] <Kamilion> I don't need big boxes, I need lots of small ones. :)
[0:27] <Kamilion> it's really really hard to do this sort of thing properly with PHP
[0:27] <Kamilion> and I'm not even including security in the mix yet, which PHP's pretty bad at.
[0:27] <fluffet> how many i2c devices can you hook up to a rpi at the same time?
[0:28] <fluffet> im a hardware noob
[0:28] <Kamilion> fluffet: definitely north of 20
[0:28] <Kamilion> less than 128, I think
[0:28] <fluffet> oh, alright
[0:28] <Kamilion> as long as they all have different IDs
[0:28] <Kamilion> the problem is some i2c parts only let you pick between three
[0:28] <fluffet> i want to measure temp + pressure + humidity accurately.. i found a sensor that combines them all but it doesnt seem to be very accurate
[0:28] <Kamilion> I've had good luck with the bmp085, I think it was
[0:29] <Kamilion> i'd have to check my parts bin or go look on sparkfun
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[0:29] <Kamilion> biberao: sorry, I don't use BSD at all.
[0:29] <fluffet> https://www.adafruit.com/products/2652 there's this i guess
[0:29] <Kamilion> I swore off it after bad FreeNAS experiences. :)
[0:29] <fluffet> but +- 1 deg C and +-3% humidity isn't very accurate i think?
[0:30] <Kamilion> https://www.sparkfun.com/tutorials/253
[0:30] <Zunz> *slams face into keyboard*
[0:30] <Kamilion> Zunz: You've got a Y key sticking to your forehead.
[0:30] <fluffet> https://www.adafruit.com/products/1782
[0:30] <Zunz> Oh
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[0:31] <Kamilion> fluffet: note what it says there
[0:31] <biberao> thanks
[0:31] <Kamilion> "There are 3 address pins so you can connect up to 8 to a single I2C bus without address collisions."
[0:31] <Zunz> *asks keboard wh it did that*
[0:31] <fluffet> yeah
[0:31] <Kamilion> technical specs says "Uses any I2C address from 0x18 thru 0x1F"
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[0:32] <fluffet> i was thinking maybe it would be better to pick out 3 sensors which are more accurate instead of that combined one
[0:32] <fluffet> seems like it could end up cheaper too
[0:32] <Kamilion> Probably.
[0:32] <Kamilion> that way you can have multiple temperature sensors too.
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[0:32] <fluffet> yeah
[0:32] <fluffet> but +- 0.25 deg accuracy is good enough not to need 2 i think :)
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[0:32] <Kamilion> https://learn.adafruit.com/mcp9808-temperature-sensor-python-library?view=all
[0:33] <Zunz> Please avconv, just pipe it to pipe:1 *grumbles*
[0:33] <Kamilion> neat, just uses python-smbus to access it
[0:33] <Kamilion> https://github.com/adafruit/Adafruit_Python_MCP9808
[0:35] <Kamilion> t = self._device.readU16BE(MCP9808_REG_AMBIENT_TEMP)
[0:35] <Kamilion> temp = (t & 0x0FFF) / 16.0 # Scale and convert to signed value.
[0:35] <Kamilion> if t & 0x1000:
[0:35] <Kamilion> temp -= 256.0
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[0:35] <Kamilion> Well, that's pretty simple.
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[0:36] <Kamilion> bitwise and between the value read out and the mask 0x0FFF, divide by sixteen, if the MSB is set, subtract 256 from the final value.
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[0:39] <Kamilion> Zunz: Um, am I mistaking something, or are you trying to tell avconv to pipe it's output to stderr?
[0:40] <Zunz> Aww yiss, got a buffer! And somore more error spam, lovely
[0:40] <Zunz> " Application provided invalid, non monotonically increasing dts to muxer in stream"
[0:40] <biberao> i need to learn bitwise
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[0:41] <Zunz> Kamilion: I am using this: https://github.com/binarykitchen/avconv
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[0:42] <Kamilion> Zunz: that's cool, but you're using the wrong pipe
[0:42] <Kamilion> Zunz: stderr is what avconv uses to print error messages.
[0:42] <Zunz> How come?
[0:42] <Kamilion> that's what you're telling it to use with pipe:1
[0:42] <Kamilion> pipe:0 is stdout
[0:43] <Zunz> Oh no, the lib actually uses pipe 1 for its data
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[0:43] <Kamilion> er, wait, sorry, pipe:0 is stdin
[0:43] <Kamilion> oh,
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[0:43] <Zunz> it has message, error and data events. No idea how it does that all under the hood
[0:43] <Kamilion> yeah, stdin, stdout, stderr
[0:44] <Kamilion> pipe:0, pipe:1 and pipe:2
[0:44] <Kamilion> I see
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[0:44] <Zunz> Now, how do I go from this buffer to fft
[0:44] <Zunz> I think it's time for bed...
[0:45] <Kamilion> https://github.com/jussi-kalliokoski/audiolib.js/
[0:45] <Kamilion> https://github.com/jussi-kalliokoski/audiolib.js/blob/master/src/processors/fft.js
[0:46] <Zunz> iirc, I tried to install that once but it's outdated
[0:46] <Kamilion> have a look at how audiolib tries to call the fft on the buffer.
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[0:47] <Kamilion> https://github.com/jussi-kalliokoski/audiolib.js/blob/master/src/api-frequency-response.js
[0:47] <Kamilion> fft = audioLib.FFT(fx.sampleRate || 44100, length / 2, false); input = new Float64Array(length / 2);
[0:47] <Kamilion> if (callback) callback(input);
[0:47] <Kamilion> fx.append(input, 1); fft._process(output, input, 'real');
[0:47] <Kamilion> return output;
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[0:49] <Zunz> Hm this could be useful
[0:49] <Zunz> Thanks!
[0:49] <Kamilion> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-GSLc-vwv2k
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[0:50] <Kamilion> https://github.com/unconed/ThreeAudio.js
[0:51] <Kamilion> now that's neat. Builds it into GLSL shaders.
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[0:52] <Kamilion> Zunz: http://plucked.de/ https://github.com/plucked/html5-audio-editor Might also be helpful.
[0:53] <Zunz> Yeah, thing is those are all front-end libraries... Not backend like I need
[0:53] <Zunz> I can't install audiolib :C
[0:54] <Kamilion> I don't know enough javascript offhand to really zero in on useful bits.
[0:56] <Zunz> It's ok, I really appreciate the help so far!
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[0:56] <Zunz> I'm going to go sleep now, thanks again!
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[0:58] <Kamilion> o/
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[1:52] <soapdish> hmmm interesting
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[1:52] <soapdish> this c-team usb battery pack will power the rpi while its charging, then continue powering it if you remove it from the wall
[1:52] <soapdish> like a mini ups
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[3:23] <faLUCE> hello, I connected an usb stick (2GB) to my raspberry. the stick is ext4 and it is correctly seen by other pcs, but it is not detected as sdaX or sdbX. dmesg says :
[3:23] <faLUCE> [ 462.944252] sd 4:0:0:0: [sda] Attached SCSI removable disk
[3:23] <faLUCE> [ 746.901339] EXT4-fs (sda): VFS: Can't find ext4 filesystem
[3:24] <gregbert> what does fdisk -l give you... can you see it?
[3:25] <gregbert> you could also try to fsck it.. but i would backup first.
[3:26] <faLUCE> gregbert: it's an empty stick
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[3:26] <faLUCE> how can I perform fsck on it?
[3:26] <faLUCE> fsck... ?
[3:27] <gregbert> i believe it is 'fsck /dev/sda'
[3:28] <gregbert> did fdisk -l show any partitions on the stick ?
[3:28] <faLUCE> gregbert: http://pastebin.com/7uSTgH1x
[3:29] <gregbert> im in console mode right now.. so not sure i'll be able to see that.
[3:29] <gregbert> just msg it to me
[3:29] <gregbert> doing an archlinux install..
[3:30] <Kamilion> faLUCE: /dev/sda1
[3:30] <gregbert> so clearly it sees the /dev/sda1 partition
[3:30] <gregbert> what happens if you try to mount it?
[3:30] <faLUCE> let's try
[3:30] <Kamilion> e2fsck /dev/sda1
[3:31] <faLUCE> you were right what a stupid I was
[3:31] <faLUCE> (thanks)
[3:31] <gregbert> np
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[3:32] <Kamilion> faLUCE: don't feel so bad, it's actually kind of common for some USB sticks to have no partition table at all.
[3:32] <Kamilion> it all depends if you mkfs /dev/sda or fdisk then mkfs /dev/sda1
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[5:21] <theTroy> Hi! I understood that "safe mode" pin jumper on R-pi no londer works? Is there an alternative at all? Is there a way to get the R-pi to ignore incorrect cmdline.txt without taking out the SD card and fixing the file externally?
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[8:14] <ICantCook> Hi, I'm trying to setup and configure some software on a raspberry pi 2. I don't have it with me though. Is there a VirtualBox image or some other form of rPI emulator?
[8:14] <ICantCook> I'd like to script the creation of the services/configuration so I can run it on the rPI later
[8:19] <SyncYourDogmas> What os?
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[8:34] <Kamilion> ICantCook: for a pi2, there's several options. If you intend to have compatibility with the older models, you can use qemu to simulate an ARM system suitable enough to run rasbian.
[8:36] <Kamilion> If you're not intending on backwards compatbility, the Pi2 is a full ARM7 system and thus meets the minimum requirements for most of the armhf distros. In most cases, the same packages are available for amd64.
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[8:44] <ldc> I am an idiot
[8:44] <ldc> I started to write this firmware for a MCP3301, a 13-bit ADC
[8:44] <ldc> then I realised it's 5V logic :p
[8:45] <Kamilion> nearly let the magic blue smoke out?
[8:45] <ldc> eh, double checked when I noticed the line "By default, Vdd = Vref = 5V" in the datasheet
[8:45] <ldc> I had applied clock already. checked the pin and it's fine
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[8:46] <ldc> now making a logic converter with 2N7000
[8:46] <ldc> it should handle SPI speeds. bit banging GPIO is slow anyway
[8:47] <ldc> still this thing has a nice 100kHz sampling rate
[8:48] <plugwash> fairly slow then.....
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[8:49] * plugwash is working with 2 megasample per second ADCs
[8:49] <ldc> plugwash: it's meant for probing transducers, not for direct RF conversion :p
[8:50] <ldc> plugwash: what are you doing with the 2Msps thing?
[8:51] <plugwash> Designing an electrical impedance tomography system. Analog working frequency is 100kHz and I want a nice high oversampling ratio so I don't have to mess about too much with analog filters
[8:52] <ldc> arduino based I bet
[8:52] <ldc> :>
[8:52] <plugwash> ADCs (i've got 9 in my current proof of concept board, going to have a lot more in the final system) are AD7622BCPZ
[8:53] <plugwash> FPGA based
[8:53] <plugwash> it's pretty hard to handle large numbers of fast ADCs with anything other than a FPGA
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[8:53] <ldc> AVR core with arduino on FPGA then
[8:54] <plugwash> lol
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[8:55] <plugwash> Not going to be a cheap system by any stretch of the imagination, the proof of concept board had about £1K worth of components and cost another £1.5K in PCB fabrication and assembly
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[10:44] <t3chguy> Hmm, for some reason my Pi over eth0 is getting 192.168.1.0 as the GW, when it should be 192.168.1.1, whats the easiest way to debug this?
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[10:46] <t3chguy> actually its not binding a default gateway properly at all
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[11:20] <xenkey> What are you running on it?
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[11:20] <xenkey> If your router is permissive with manual assignment you can bind to the address you want
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[11:53] <t3chguy> telling /etc/network/interface that eth0 is DHCP instead of the X Network Manager worked
[11:53] <t3chguy> now to get my Pimonori Unicorn Hat working
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[12:01] <Solak> hmm, what would be the proper port for a pi on the tv-set? hdmi arc, hdmi dvi, hdmi mhl en hdmi stb?
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[12:02] <t3chguy> arc is a two way, so not needed
[12:02] <t3chguy> dvi should do
[12:02] <t3chguy> mhl is to get HDMI over MicroUSB (from a Phone or Tablet)
[12:03] <t3chguy> any other than MHL should work though
[12:03] <t3chguy> I think STB is meant to be standard
[12:03] <Solak> hmm, stb (SetTop box) and dvi didn't work...
[12:03] <t3chguy> dvi wouldn't have sound
[12:03] <t3chguy> stb is the standard one
[12:03] <t3chguy> did you start your Pi after connecting the two?
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[12:03] <Solak> but it looks like I have to select a device tupe (pc, dvi, blu-ray, etc.)
[12:04] <t3chguy> you may have to force-hdmi as once it tries composite it tends to stick to it
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[12:04] <t3chguy> well if its the SetTop Box port then maybe Set Top Box...?
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[12:04] <Solak> t3chguy: i always connect cables before I power up devices.
[12:04] <t3chguy> best consulting your TV's support
[12:04] <t3chguy> as the Pi is just a HDMI device like a computer
[12:04] <Solak> t3chguy: hdmi_safe=1 is in config.txt, but is that sufficient (pi2)?
[12:04] <t3chguy> so it should be supported
[12:05] <t3chguy> try with it on and off
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[12:19] <Solak> t3chguy: ok, the tv detects its own unit with hdmi ports now, but the connected pi results in 'no signal'.
[12:19] <t3chguy> whats the state of hdmi_safe?
[12:20] <Solak> 1
[12:20] <Solak> (0 didn't work either)
[12:21] <ShorTie> try a reboot
[12:21] <Solak> maybe I should power down the pi temporarily...
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[12:21] <Solak> reboot (as in 'shutdown -r now' didn't have any effect.
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[13:26] <debbie10t> hi
[13:26] <debbie10t> total noob to the Pi
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[13:26] <debbie10t> was thinking about buying a complete starter kit
[13:27] <debbie10t> something like this: http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/RASPBERRY-PI-2-8GB-Raspbian-Starter-Kit-2015-Model/261984753118?_trksid=p2047675.c100009.m1982&_trkparms=aid%3D222007%26algo%3DSIC.MBE%26ao%3D1%26asc%3D20140328180637%26meid%3D5d21c2529c2a4e9cbd6ee75bca12b362%26pid%3D100009%26rk%3D7%26rkt%3D10%26sd%3D261698200759
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[13:30] <shiftplusone> debbie10t: hello. Personally, I wouldn't recommend buying a starter kit.
[13:30] <debbie10t> hi shiftplusone .. how come not a starter kit ?
[13:31] <shiftplusone> It's kind of a lazy tax, but if you just want to get started and not need to worry about whether the power supply and sd card will work, then maybe it makes sense.
[13:31] <ali1234> there's only about £40 worth of value in that kit
[13:31] <ali1234> if that
[13:31] <debbie10t> shiftplusone, that is essentially the problem .. power supply and SD card
[13:32] <debbie10t> i really don't want to blow it up !
[13:32] <shiftplusone> http://swag.raspberrypi.org/products/raspberry-pi-universal-power-supply
[13:32] <ali1234> the SD card pictured cost £3.50
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[13:32] <shiftplusone> http://swag.raspberrypi.org/collections/pi-kits/products/official-raspberry-pi-case
[13:32] <ali1234> and that is assuming they don't send you a fake one
[13:32] <shiftplusone> http://swag.raspberrypi.org/collections/pi-kits/products/noobs-8gb-sd-card
[13:33] <shiftplusone> could get all the things straight from the horse's.... store.
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[13:33] <debbie10t> ebay reputation is tatters i see ;)
[13:33] <ali1234> never ever ever buy flash memory on ebay
[13:33] <debbie10t> thanks for your feedback .. i will take a closer look at the swag store
[13:33] <shiftplusone> Well, it's from pihut, they're somewhat reputable.
[13:33] <ali1234> fair enough then i suppose
[13:35] <spacewalkr> mem cards are so cheap you can just grab it off store shelves
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[13:38] <ali1234> has anyone else had problems with the "official" raspi wifi?
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[13:38] <debbie10t> *noob question: what is HAT ?
[13:38] <ali1234> i found it to be really unstable
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[13:39] <shiftplusone> debbie10t: a piece of hardware that connects onto the pi to extend its functionality in some way and meets certain criteria.
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[13:39] <shiftplusone> ali1234: what kind of problems?
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[13:39] <ali1234> it's slow and it disconnects under load
[13:39] <ali1234> and unlike my RTL one it doesn't reconnect again after a few seconds
[13:39] <ali1234> have to reboot the pi to make it work again
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[13:40] <shiftplusone> Haven't used it too much yet, but haven't seen that. Will try using it instead of ethernet for a week and see how it goes.
[13:41] <xenkey> Hi
[13:41] <shiftplusone> hey
[13:42] <xenkey> I'm using gphoto2 to stream video from my DSLR which I'm redirecting to netcat via a crossover cable to be received by a listener and player by mplayer
[13:42] <xenkey> It's slow :(
[13:42] <xenkey> I'm using gphoto2 --capture-movie --stdout | ncat 172.16.0.2 4000
[13:42] <xenkey> The other side: ncat -lp 4000 | mplayer - -demuxer lavf
[13:42] <shiftplusone> I'd focus on figuring out which piece of the puzzle is the bottleneck
[13:43] <xenkey> Hmm
[13:43] <ali1234> use gstreamer
[13:43] <xenkey> If I make a fifo and pipe the mjpg stream into it and use ffmpeg to transcode it before streaming via netcat, it could be faster
[13:43] <shiftplusone> not too familiar with gphoto or what format it spits the stream out in
[13:44] <xenkey> ali1234: for which side?
[13:44] <ali1234> both
[13:44] <xenkey> uh
[13:44] <ali1234> use gst-rtsp-server
[13:44] <xenkey> alright
[13:44] <xenkey> does that eliminate the use of netcat too?
[13:44] <shiftplusone> hm? ffmpeg to transcode in realtime? that doesn't seem plausible O_o
[13:44] <ali1234> yes
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[13:45] <xenkey> shiftplusone: ffmpeg can do anything :p
[13:45] <shiftplusone> but slowly
[13:45] <xenkey> true
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[13:47] <xenkey> and gstreamer uses the gpu?
[13:47] <ali1234> it can do with the right plugins
[13:48] * Encapsulation looks in
[13:48] <xenkey> how do i view the stream?
[13:48] <xenkey> simple raw data?
[13:50] <xenkey> Ah nice
[13:50] <xenkey> 12 separate man pages
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[13:58] <ozzzy_> better than 12 Angry Man pages
[13:59] <xenkey> https://sr.ht/TI am i magic or what
[14:00] <xenkey> uh
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[14:22] <debbie10t> If anybody here is affilliated with swag.raspberrypi .. I have this to say: Hiding your shipping costs until after your have extorted your customers details is the WRONG way to do business ...
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[14:24] <xenkey> actually if you want to make money it's the right way
[14:24] <debbie10t> not from me ..
[14:24] <xenkey> perhaps ethically it's wrong but this is the big world of corporate businesses, read everything carefully
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[14:25] <debbie10t> if the info i need is not available my cash goes elsewhere
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[14:25] <t3chguy> lol
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[14:25] <debbie10t> power vote :D
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[14:25] <xenkey> Companies spring up from people such as yourself who believe that everyone else is doing something wrong. When you're running a company, you'll see why these big conglomerates make the decisions they do.
[14:26] <debbie10t> i know why .. which is why i take my business elsewhere
[14:27] <debbie10t> any company that hides behind a badly designed website is guilty of a multitude of sins
[14:28] <xenkey> Why do we use websites anyway
[14:28] <debbie10t> the one thing you do not find on the internet .. The Truth !
[14:28] <xenkey> Actually that's false
[14:28] <ozzzy_> the internet is full of truth
[14:28] <xenkey> Whilst not all of the content on the internet is true, most of it is
[14:29] <debbie10t> not the dictionary definition of truth
[14:29] <xenkey> The majority of people stand up for what is true and will correct the mistakes
[14:29] <debbie10t> not in my experience ....
[14:29] <xenkey> I am of course explaining this in terms of a large scale system such as wikipedia
[14:29] <xenkey> well sorry mister but your experiences don't tie in with the reality
[14:29] <debbie10t> ha !
[14:30] <xenkey> Did I say something funny?
[14:30] <debbie10t> reality .. what is that anyway
[14:30] <xenkey> Uh
[14:30] <debbie10t> exactly
[14:30] <xenkey> I'm going to dismiss that as an attempt at philosophy
[14:31] <debbie10t> better than your head in the sand ..
[14:31] <xenkey> ...
[14:32] <xenkey> Anyone else seeing this
[14:33] <skyroveRR> Seeing what?
[14:33] <xenkey> The newly discovered peacock spider obviously
[14:33] <xenkey> What else would I be talking about
[14:33] <skyroveRR> What is that?
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[14:34] <xenkey> type of fish
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[14:34] <ozzzy_> the problem with truth is that we all have our own version of it
[14:34] <xenkey> That's true
[14:35] <xenkey> Heh
[14:35] <Stanto> That's false
[14:35] <Stanto> The problem with opinion is that we all have our own version of it
[14:35] <ozzzy_> all truth is is consensus of opinion
[14:35] <Stanto> No it isn't.
[14:36] <ozzzy_> of course it is
[14:36] <xenkey> Is the truth true?
[14:36] <Stanto> Truth is in accordance with fact or reality.
[14:36] <ozzzy_> xenkey, perhaps
[14:36] <xenkey> https://sr.ht/LazL.txt it is
[14:36] <ozzzy_> reality is relative
[14:36] <ozzzy_> facts not so much but still in the eyes of the beholder
[14:36] <xenkey> https://sr.ht/IxHJ.txt better
[14:36] <Solak> odd, 'no signal' only appears after some time... also, when the pi boots I get 'no signal or weak signal', yet hdmi_boost is at 4 and the cable is not very long.
[14:37] * Solak wonders if he should set a different hdmi_mode.
[14:37] <Stanto> and fact is something that is proven to be true with evidence. The truth about events as opposed to interpretation.
[14:37] <t3chguy> Holy shit
[14:37] <t3chguy> was just about to throw away the parcel that had my Unicorn HAT in
[14:37] <t3chguy> felt a bit heavy
[14:37] <t3chguy> found out that I won their Pieces of Great
[14:37] <t3chguy> a £100 Gift Token for the Pimoroni shop
[14:37] <xenkey> woah
[14:37] <t3chguy> #7th Winner
[14:37] <Stanto> t3chguy: gratz
[14:37] <t3chguy> thanks
[14:37] <t3chguy> £20 order, £100 win xD
[14:38] <Stanto> Also was partly hoping you meant an actual unicorn that sits on your head
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[14:38] <t3chguy> xD
[14:38] <t3chguy> nah, its an 8*8 neopixel matrix that doesn't work on Ubuntu xD
[14:39] <t3chguy> Imma get myself an Arduino :3
[14:40] <Stanto> arduinos expensive, just get a shrimp
[14:40] <t3chguy> but with £100 for free, why not :P
[14:42] <t3chguy> is there actually an mc called a shrimp?
[14:45] <t3chguy> could get another Pi, hmmmmm xD
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[14:49] <ThinkingofPython> Jui hei foon hon goon jung ging nga dik taai do :D
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[14:54] <faLUCE> hello, I see the "à" character as a strange(different) ascii on files and directorie. is this an internationalisation config problem?
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[14:57] <t3chguy> just ordered £100.50 worth from Pimnoria
[14:57] <t3chguy> had to rush it after accidentally letting my phone upload a picture of the code xD
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[15:18] <faLUCE> hello, I see the "à" character as a strange(different) ascii on files and directories. I can't even type it with keyboard. is this an internationalisation config problem? how can I solve?
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[16:06] <faLUCE> hello. how can I mount /dev/sdb1 with utf8 locale?
[16:06] <faLUCE> (on fstab)
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[16:24] <Solak> hmm, would a pi 2 be capable of handling 300mA charging keyboard, provided the netadapter is 2A?
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[16:26] <floris> Solak : in theory, yes
[16:26] <Nardin> Solak, yes you can set max_usb_current=1 in config.txt
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[16:32] <Solak> hmm, I'm not sure I want to try :) But it's much easier of cource to just plug in the device when charging is required.
[16:33] <Nardin> yep
[16:33] <Nardin> it''s depend on how you have plugged the raspberry
[16:33] <Solak> Nardin: you mean how many devices are connected to the usb ports?
[16:34] <Solak> The only 'device' connected right now is the keyboard-receiver.
[16:34] <Nardin> no i mean if you have plugged the pi to the wall :)
[16:35] <Nardin> if you have a wall supply... than you're good
[16:35] <Solak> ah :) sorry... no, it is just in a case on a shelf.
[16:36] <Nardin> powered by what?
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[16:36] <Solak> 2A adapter.
[16:36] <floris> Rii Keyboard ? :)
[16:36] <Solak> floris: yes :)
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[16:37] <floris> mine is Rii K12
[16:39] <Solak> Riitek: RII-MWK12-WS-BK
[16:40] <floris> nice model
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[16:45] <Solak> hmm, I don't see any indicator that shows whether or not the device is fully charged.
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[16:47] <floris> w
[16:47] <floris> oops
[16:47] <floris> my k12 is charged when the led go off
[16:48] <Solak> ah, a red led next to the cable and on/off switch?
[16:48] <floris> yes
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[16:48] <Solak> (and a blue led my eyes don't seem to like :))
[16:49] <floris> I note that it is unloaded when the keys " do anything " or that "flashes alone "
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[16:50] <Solak> it was new out of the box, but with the switch in the 'on' position, so I assume the accu was completely drained.
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[17:31] <faLUCE> hello. I have set the timezone with raspi-config, but when I type date it shows wrong time... why?
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[17:35] <shiftplusone> shouldn't need to, but have you tried rebooting?
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[17:35] <shiftplusone> when you say wrong time.... wrong time or wrong timezone?
[17:36] <traeak> is network enabled?
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[17:38] <gregbert> faLUCE: what is /etc/localtime linked to?
[17:38] <faLUCE> gregbert: it is not linked to anything
[17:39] <gregbert> ok
[17:39] <gregbert> try this
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[17:39] <faLUCE> gregbert: I mean, /etc/localtime is not a link to another file
[17:40] <gregbert> faLUCE: ln -s /usr/share/zoneinfo/America/New_York /etc/localtime
[17:40] <gregbert> faLUCE: but of course replace america and new york accordingly :-)
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[17:41] <gregbert> faLUCE: then type 'date' and see what you get. i get Tue Aug 4 11:41:26 EDT 2015
[17:42] <faLUCE> gregbert:sudo ln -s /usr/share/zoneinfo/Europe/Rome /etc/localtime ln: failed to create symbolic link `/etc/localtime': File exists
[17:42] <faLUCE> gregbert: but it is not displayed as a link
[17:42] <chithead> use ln -s -f
[17:42] <gregbert> right
[17:42] <gregbert> faLUCE: add -f ass chithead suggests
[17:42] <gregbert> *as :-)
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[17:43] <faLUCE> ok. now I typed date but the time is the same (wrong). should I reboot or wait ?
[17:43] <gregbert> no..
[17:43] <gregbert> that means you need to synchronize your time..
[17:44] <gregbert> to an ntp server
[17:44] <gregbert> or you could just set it manually
[17:44] <faLUCE> gregbert: I need to install ntpd ?
[17:44] <traeak> need network and ntp to get updated time
[17:44] <gregbert> i use openntp myself..
[17:44] <traeak> if those have been verified then the localtime softlink can be checked
[17:45] <faLUCE> ok, another weird problem: when I mount as fat32 my usb stick, I see modification times +2 hours .... why?
[17:46] <traeak> you fix the time thing yet?
[17:46] <traeak> until you fix the tiem thing all bets are off regarding time :-p
[17:47] <gregbert> yip
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[17:47] <faLUCE> so this issue depends on wrong timezione?
[17:47] <traeak> additionally if you throw windows into the equation you are also screwed
[17:47] <gregbert> faLUCE: one at a time
[17:47] <traeak> because it uses localtime for time tagging
[17:47] <traeak> whereas linux uses utc for tagging
[17:47] <traeak> i keep all my windows devboxes on utc because of such lame stupidity
[17:47] <gregbert> faLUCE: you could just mannually set time and date
[17:47] <traeak> unless they managed to fix that
[17:47] <gregbert> faLUCE: e.g. date -s '2014-12-25 12:34:56'
[17:48] <faLUCE> I'm installing openntpd
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[17:48] <faLUCE> how can I configure openntpd? is there a conf file?
[17:49] <gregbert> " The default configuration is actually usable if all you want is to sync the time of the local computer. For more detailed settings, the /etc/ntpd.conf file must be edited"
[17:50] <gregbert> i am not sure what OS you are using. i use archlinux which doesnt use initscripts.
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[17:51] <gregbert> faLUCE: http://go2linux.garron.me/openntpd-how-to-debian-arch-gentoo-time-server/ looks like it would work
[17:51] <faLUCE> gregbert: raspbian
[17:52] <faLUCE> gregbert: so it should sync the time without configuring anything?
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[17:54] <gregbert> faLUCE: you will probably need to enable the initscript.. but i am not on raspbian so dont want to give bad instructions
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[17:54] <faLUCE> if I start manually openntp it says: Starting NTP server: ntpd/usr/sbin/ntpd: invalid option -- 'p'
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[17:56] <gregbert> let me look
[17:57] <gregbert> since noone on raspbian is speaking up.. ill try
[17:57] <gregbert> look in /etc/init.d/
[17:57] <gregbert> do you see anything in there like 'openntpd'
[17:57] <gregbert> and the question is, is it marked as executable?
[17:57] <traeak> i'm running void linux so i can't tell you distro specific stuffz
[17:57] <traeak> shouldn't have left my rpi2 at home either...
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[17:59] <gregbert> faLUCE: any luck?
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[18:01] <faLUCE> gregbert: I corrected a bug according to that: https://lists.debian.org/debian-user/2008/06/msg01041.html .... I manually deleted an old version of init.d/ntp and then reinstalled openntpd
[18:04] <gregbert> ok - then run '/etc/init.d/openntpd start' and you should <may> be set
[18:04] <faLUCE> gregbert: I restarted, but the time is still wrong
[18:05] <gregbert> do you have a /etc/init.d/openntpd file
[18:06] <faLUCE> what a nightmare
[18:06] <gregbert> if you think this is a nightmare....
[18:08] <gregbert> you've got no idea if openntpd is even enabled at this point. thats why i keep asking about the openntpd file
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[18:10] <faLUCE> gregbert: sorry I did not read your last msg. yes, I have it and I launched correctly openntpd by init.d
[18:11] <faLUCE> ntpd is running but it doesn't sync the correct time
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[18:12] <Matt> I'm not overly fmailiar with the openntpd init scripts, but normally ntpd will only drift the clock
[18:12] <Matt> it won't step it
[18:13] <Matt> so if you have a significant difference, it takes a long time to get your clock synced
[18:13] <gregbert> you should look at the messages it produces when you try to manually run /etc/init.d/openntpd start'
[18:13] <gregbert> if its a drift vs step thing, it will say so
[18:13] <gregbert> or if its a server config issue, it will also say so
[18:13] <gregbert> i am guessing its as matt is saying...
[18:13] <Matt> when you step the clock, you set it immediately to the correct time, skipping the intermediate seconds
[18:14] <Matt> when you drift the clock, ntpd speeds up or slows down the clock until it comes in sync with the correct time
[18:15] <Matt> so, say your clock reads 08:02:35, and the real time is 08:02:50; stepping the clock will cause it to go from 08:02:35 to 08:02:50 immediately
[18:15] <Matt> skipping out on 08:02:36 through 08:02:49 completely
[18:15] <traeak> this is raspian?
[18:15] <Matt> whereas drifting will speed up the clock, so each second of the system clock takes less than a real second
[18:16] <Matt> so you still get all the points in between, just a little quicker than the wall clock
[18:16] <Matt> traditionally, init scripts will call ntpdate before starting ntpd
[18:16] <Matt> ntpdate will step the clock to bring it to the right time, then ntpd keeps it synced
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[18:18] <faLUCE> so, how can I manually set the date?
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[18:19] <Matt> try stopping ntpd, then running 'sudo ntpdate 0.pool.ntp.org'
[18:19] <Matt> although the init script for ntpd really ought to do that
[18:19] <faLUCE> In addition, I don't have "ntpdate" as executable
[18:19] <Matt> oh, hum :)
[18:19] <faLUCE> this could be the issue
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[18:19] <Matt> well if you're using openntpd I can't help
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[18:20] <gregbert> faLUCE: e.g. date -s '2014-12-25 12:34:56'
[18:22] <Matt> gregbert: that doesn't help with setting the date initially via NTP
[18:22] <faLUCE> well I installed ntpdate. but this should be a bg of openntp
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[18:23] <faLUCE> in the worst situation, I'll make my own script that uses ntpdate for sync
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[18:26] <faLUCE> now: i set the correct date, but my usb drive still sees dates + 2 hours
[18:26] <faLUCE> gregbert: Matt
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[19:28] <Matt> faLUCE: that sounds like a timezone thing
[19:29] <gregbert> its a windows fat usb stick thing
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[19:30] <Matt> if it's timestamps on files, it's a TZ thing :)
[19:30] <Matt> probably just the fact that *nix tends to have the system clock set to UTC, and windows has it set to localtime
[19:34] <gregbert> yip
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[19:34] <gregbert> it can be both things
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[19:59] <traeak> set your windows clock to UTC and be done with it
[20:00] <traeak> otherwise learn to deal with the wrath of the time Gods
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[21:09] <GenteelBen> NullMoogleCable: hi.
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[21:30] <arcsin> do pis have limitations on sd card size? a lot of devices claim to
[21:31] <Kamilion> arcsin: it's SD compliant, SDHC compliant, and SDXC compliant.
[21:31] <Kamilion> so, no, there's no artifical limit for now.
[21:31] <arcsin> nice
[21:32] <Kamilion> SD goes up to 2GB
[21:32] <Kamilion> SDHC goes up to 32GB
[21:32] <Encrypt> arcsin, Be sure to check http://elinux.org/RPi_SD_cards first, before buying an SD card
[21:32] <Kamilion> SDXC goes up to 256GB? I think?
[21:32] <Encrypt> That's the best source to be sure if it's worth it or not
[21:33] <Kamilion> oh, whoa, I should add my esoteric cards to this.
[21:33] <arcsin> sd cards are a strange breed of storage media
[21:33] <arcsin> was looking for information like this. thanks
[21:34] <Kamilion> flash memory + microcontroller for 'testing' the memory. Ends up cheaper than dropping a probe on each flash memory unit.
[21:34] <Kamilion> http://www.bunniestudios.com/blog/?page_id=1022 <-- more info here.
[21:34] <traeak> i think licensing costs are involved too
[21:34] <Kamilion> http://www.bunniestudios.com/blog/?p=3554 <--- and actual dieshots here.
[21:35] <arcsin> had an sd card ready to go. went to plug it in, pi slot is micro sd lol
[21:35] <Kamilion> traeak: for the "SD" protocol, yes. Apparently using it in SPI mode in 1 or 2 bit (not 4 bit) mode is fine.
[21:36] <Kamilion> but the 4 bit "SD" protocol mode definitely requires a license. I don't think it's tied to speed either, so it doesn't matter if it's a 50mhz card or a 25mhz card.
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[21:37] <Kamilion> everything else is from the old MMC specifications, really.
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[21:40] <Vrooom> hi.. what is the command to see input buttons on gamepad ?
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[21:40] <Vrooom> jstest ??
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[21:41] <arcsin> i'm surprised how many devices don't work on this page. sd really is bizarre.
[21:41] <arcsin> seems like other storage media doesn't really have those kind of issues
[21:42] <arcsin> are there just like really loose standards or something?
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[21:43] <traeak> Vrooom: seems like it /dev/input/js0 is how mine shows up (x86 box)
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[21:44] <traeak> likely some things they didn't account for in the spec that the cheap device makers decided to exploit
[21:44] <traeak> specs are damn hard to come up with
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[21:49] <Kamilion> arcsin: it's actually pretty simple in my mind. Buy sandisk. I've never had any problems with genuine sandisks. Clones, yeah. Genuines? Nope.
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[21:49] <traeak> i haven't had any problems with microcenter branded stuff
[21:49] <traeak> i'm sure it's not speedwise stellar
[21:50] <arcsin> all the ones i have are sandisk and i've never had any issues with any of them
[21:50] <arcsin> they just work lol
[21:50] <Kamilion> http://www.amazon.com/Unirex-MicroSDHC-Class-UHS-1-Memory/dp/B00SHKZJKQ <--- I got ~6 of these last time they were on sale under $10, and I've not had any problems with them
[21:51] <Kamilion> also, if you watch Bunnie's talks on SDCards, you'll find a lot of them are actually recycled
[21:52] <Kamilion> a broken 8GB can be reflashed into a 2GB and resold.
[21:52] <Kamilion> and they can cheat you the other way too, reflashing a 2GB to pretend to be 8GB.
[21:53] <floris> yes Kamilion
[21:53] <floris> note : i can do the same with gparted and hard drive hdd :)
[21:54] <Kamilion> floris: no, you'd actually have to get into the firmware to do that -- I can do it with a dolpin data lab SATA firmware/data recovery device.
[21:54] <Vrooom> Ok i did jstest but couple of button has way off the screen... :(
[21:55] <Kamilion> you'd have to change the IDENTIFY string from something like ST1000DM to ST3000DM and tell the firmware to lie about the number of LBA sectors available.
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[21:57] <Kamilion> floris: works like this: https://youtu.be/Pmm28aYjXyg?t=69
[21:57] <floris> ok thx Kamilion
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[21:58] <Kamilion> they're about $600 for the little box though.
[21:59] <Kamilion> http://spritesmods.com/?art=hddhack covers some of the techniques
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[22:40] <parityDrive> Kamilion: check pm?
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[22:44] <niston> much better cable management now
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[22:52] <Zunz> .j #node.js
[22:52] <Zunz> oops
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[23:24] <CTMGame> Hello everyone!
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[23:28] <CTMGame> I'm planning to take apart my old TI-84 and replace the innards with an RPI A+.
[23:29] <CTMGame> I'm trying to find a screen that can do colour and is small enough to fit in place of the old TI-84 screen (6.5 x 4.3 x 1cm).
[23:31] <CTMGame> Can someone recommend a screen?
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[23:35] <H__> sounds like a fun project. (I never used a pi screen so cannot help there.)
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[23:36] <CTMGame> I looked at a few screens by adafruit.
[23:37] <CTMGame> They have a good-sized screen but their board is too large.
[23:39] <ldc> CTMGame: look for some oled displays on ebay
[23:39] <ldc> e.g. http://www.ebay.it/itm/1-8-Serial-UART-I2C-SPI-True-Color-OLED-160x128-Display-Module-for-Arduino-PIC-/251484238986?hash=item3a8da0f48a
[23:39] <ldc> although this one screams CHINA
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[23:40] <ldc> CTMGame: you'll probably want some glue logic in between (such as a micro converting UART to something that can drive the display)
[23:40] <ozzzy_> ldc, nothing wrong with china
[23:41] <ldc> unless you want to waste all your i/o lines writing bits :)
[23:41] <ldc> (that thing is already serial, as you can see)
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[23:45] <CTMGame> 1.8'' is a bit small.
[23:46] <CTMGame> That seller also doesn't seem to have any other size.
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[23:54] <CTMGame> I had another look at the Adafruit screen.
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[23:54] <CTMGame> https://www.adafruit.com/products/1601
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[23:59] <CTMGame> I think that might just fit.

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