#raspberrypi IRC Log

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IRC Log for 2015-09-01

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[1:08] * veonik is now known as mtyson
[1:08] * mtyson is now known as veonik
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[1:11] <kenrestivo> does the 4.x kernel suport pinmux for setting interrupt edges?
[1:12] * teclo- (42@unaffiliated/teclo) Quit (Ping timeout: 240 seconds)
[1:12] <kenrestivo> i.e. through dts using the &gpio facility?
[1:13] <kenrestivo> als9, for setting internal pullups?
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[2:15] * Tachyon` is now known as Tach[Zzz]
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[2:22] <milk_base> can I use the red led that's already on the board? Need it to blink or something
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[4:46] <annoymouse> uh oh
[4:46] <annoymouse> accidentally set my pi to boot into Scratch
[4:46] <annoymouse> someone please save me
[4:46] <annoymouse> The GUI is killing me
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[4:48] * sigsts (~sigsts@unaffiliated/skyroverr) Quit (Quit: sigsts)
[4:48] <annoymouse> How can I run raspi-config from Scratch?
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[5:59] * McBride36 is now known as McSleep
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[6:20] <Xark> annoymouse: Can you ctrl-alt-F1 or similar to go to text console?
[6:20] <annoymouse> Xark: i figured it out already, but thanks
[6:21] <annoymouse> I think it was Ctrl-Alt-F2 actually
[6:21] <Xark> annoymouse: Great. :)
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[7:13] <Katronix> Hi all, does Raspbian still use LXE? I'm trying to get something to run automatically I found http://www.raspberrypi-spy.co.uk/2014/05/how-to-autostart-apps-in-rasbian-lxde-desktop/ and the first version it offers is not working.
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[7:24] <Katronix> anyone here?
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[9:27] <votetrev> hey guys anyone in here who is knowledgable with retropie?
[9:27] <votetrev> have some questions regarding mapping my xbox 360 controller to certain things like dosbox
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[11:25] <zoldyck_clone> hi! having used RPi (1st generation) before, I experienced artefacts in 10-bit H.264 video in Kodi (colors going astray)
[11:25] <zoldyck_clone> is this fixed in RPi 2?
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[12:07] <at0m> zoldyck_clone: got an example i can try to play?
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[12:08] <zoldyck_clone> at0m: no, not at the moment
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[12:12] <ShorTie> because the rpi2 uses the same GPU as the rpi, i'd say no to any hardware improvements
[12:13] <ShorTie> now software problems, that is another story
[12:13] <Keanu73> dangit, I hate how the RPi doesn't use a real time clock. it just uses a "fake" hwclock
[12:13] <Keanu73> I guess I gotta buy one
[12:14] <at0m> Keanu73: either that or ntpd
[12:14] <Keanu73> :|
[12:14] <ShorTie> it's all about the money
[12:14] <Keanu73> How can I make ntpd start on startup at0m
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[12:14] <Keanu73> I know ShorTie, the foundation just wanna save money
[12:14] <Keanu73> real time clocks ARE expensive.
[12:14] <ShorTie> Laughs Out Loud
[12:15] <at0m> they want to keep down the cost for end-users, it's not saving them a penny
[12:15] <at0m> Keanu73: raspbian?
[12:15] <Keanu73> mhm
[12:15] <ShorTie> at the volume they buy, i'd bet it isn't but .25-.50 cents upgrade
[12:16] <at0m> tough decisions :)
[12:17] <ShorTie> but seeing as the rpi was designed as a learning toy, a real time clock is not really needed i guess
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[12:18] <Keanu73> I'm a kid though :P
[12:18] <Keanu73> RPi's sitting right next to me
[12:18] <Keanu73> in a.. home-made tissue box case
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[12:21] <at0m> Keanu73: ntp is launched from init here, /etc/init.d/ntp
[12:21] <Keanu73> kk
[12:21] <at0m> or whatever launches that
[12:21] <Keanu73> so /etc/init.d/ntp enable?
[12:21] <Keanu73> I heard in debian jessie you use systemctl to manage services now :|
[12:22] <at0m> systemctl ntp enable then
[12:22] <Keanu73> I'm using Raspbian
[12:22] <Keanu73> Raspbian is based on Debian Wheezy, correct?
[12:22] <Keanu73> Debian Wheezy doesn't use systemctl
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[12:22] <at0m> cat /etc/debian_version
[12:23] <at0m> long as pi's networked, that's a viable solution. issue is where pi isn't networked
[12:23] <Keanu73> 7.8
[12:23] <Keanu73> pi's networkesd
[12:23] <Keanu73> *networked
[12:23] <Keanu73> I'm already SSHing into it
[12:23] <ShorTie> raspbian id Debian wheezy, just compiled for arm6 since Debian does not support arm6
[12:23] <at0m> :)
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[12:46] <zoldyck_clone> systemd-timesyncd is easier but it only syncs at startup or when network configuration changes
[12:47] <zoldyck_clone> I don't remember if Jessie has it, might use too old systemd version
[12:48] <zoldyck_clone> < ShorTie> because the rpi2 uses the same GPU as the rpi, i'd say no to any hardware improvements
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[12:48] <zoldyck_clone> maybe they fixed a hardware bug
[12:49] <zoldyck_clone> it can play 10-bit after all, just the colors problem occurs
[12:50] <zoldyck_clone> GPU is on the same chip after all and CPU was upgraded
[12:50] <zoldyck_clone> why not fix a couple of bugs :)
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[14:03] <btorch> morning anyone here done a raspberry pi to be an ubuntu kickstart server ?
[14:04] <Berg> evening
[14:05] <aditsu> hi, what's the general opinion on the Orange Pi?
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[14:08] <Berg> looks like it has 1.6ghz quad core
[14:08] <Berg> 39 US
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[14:11] <Berg> looks interesting aditsu but i have not tried one yet
[14:11] <aditsu> Berg: what "39 US"?
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[14:12] <Berg> thats the cost i see
[14:12] <aditsu> I see $15
[14:12] <aditsu> http://www.geek.com/chips/15-pc-makes-the-raspberry-pi-look-expensive-1632604/
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[14:13] <Berg> http://www.aliexpress.com/store/product/NEW-orange-pi-plus-Allwinner-A31s-Dual-Core-1GB-RAM-Open-source-development-board/1553371_32248189300.html'
[14:14] <Berg> you looking at a older version?
[14:14] <Berg> aditsu:
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[14:14] <aditsu> I just checked the official site now... looks like they have different version. $39 is the Orange Pi *PLUS*
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[14:15] <aditsu> versions*
[14:16] <Berg> yeah
[14:16] <aditsu> also, different seller
[14:16] <Berg> i just keyworded orange pi
[14:16] <Berg> still
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[14:16] <Berg> 15 bucks what you gona do with that though?
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[14:17] <nid0> yeah gotta be careful with your versions, there're several orange pi's
[14:17] <nid0> the article refers to the orange pi pc, not the orange pi plus
[14:17] <Berg> the plus model has a few high speed stuff
[14:18] <Berg> still has the same cpu
[14:18] <Berg> so looks good also
[14:19] <E765> hey folks, I'm looking to buy my first raspberry pi and I'm looking at the raspberry pi 2 model B+
[14:19] <Berg> I have no idea what it performs like but it would be nifty to try one out
[14:19] <aditsu> hmm, it wants a 2A adapter
[14:19] <Berg> thatrs ok
[14:19] <E765> What other essentials do I need to buy with it?
[14:20] <Berg> you can get them off a samsung galaxy charger
[14:20] <aditsu> E765: I recommend buying it with a case
[14:20] <nid0> E765: a microsd card and a microusb power adaptor if you don't already have one
[14:20] <pixolin> I have a Raspberry B+ which I actually only use as print server and web radio at my desk. I'm thinking about buying another one though which my kid (9 years old) could use to surf the web and print out stuff she needs for school. Would the new Raspberry Pi 2 be fast enough to browser websites (I'm not even talking about youtube or anything fancy)?
[14:20] <nid0> a case may or may not also be useful
[14:20] <nid0> pixolin: yes, the experience is not going to be amazing though
[14:21] <E765> anyone have a Canadian link to a power adapter? I have a microsd and i don't really care about having a case as I could easily make my own
[14:21] <Berg> i dont haqve a case i use my raspberry pi as a cup holder
[14:21] <pixolin> on my Raspberry B+ Chromium is pretty slow
[14:21] <nid0> E765: any half decent microusb phone charger will do the job
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[14:22] <E765> oh... I googled that and it seems like my Nexus 5 charger will work fine for it?
[14:22] <nid0> yep
[14:22] <E765> Awesome!
[14:22] <Berg> you can get a car adapter too thats goods it plugs into ciggy lighter they normaly 5v 2amp
[14:23] <aditsu> don't pi and drive, that's dangerous :p
[14:23] <E765> Interesting. What do you guys suggest for a monitor? I'm assuming only HDMI will work for it
[14:23] <Berg> not if you ckeepo you fingers away from live wires
[14:24] <Berg> i have a normal hdmi pc monitor
[14:24] <Berg> its got no speaker though
[14:24] <Berg> one with speakers be good
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[14:24] <nid0> the monitor situation depends what you're actually going to do with your pi
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[14:25] <ozzzy> mine is acting as a highly effective dust collector
[14:25] <nid0> I had my first ever pi hooked up to my tv for all of about 5 minutes back in early 2012 and have never had any kind of screen connected to any of my (several) pis since
[14:25] <aditsu> you can use DVI monitors too, with an adapter
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[14:25] <eskimio> howdy folks
[14:26] <eskimio> I have a question regarding my model B+
[14:26] <Berg> aditsu: now you made me want a orange pi
[14:26] <eskimio> I recently got it back from having lent it to a friend, but he misplaced the power supply so i have to get a new one
[14:26] <eskimio> from my reading it appears a ~2A power supply would work best to cover the overhead of all the potential power draw the unit could pull
[14:27] <Berg> any half decent microusb phone charger will do the job
[14:27] <eskimio> I was going to go with a dedicated power supply with an attached cord but, seeing as how I have so many micro usb cords lying around, is there any benefit or detriment towards purchasing a power supply which attaches via USB port so I can disconnect the cord and lengthen/shorten it if necessary?
[14:27] <nid0> no
[14:28] <aditsu> Berg: I decline liability for any prejudice sustained in or as a result of using this information
[14:28] <E765> Could I make a Model 1 B+ into an emulator station if I wanted to?
[14:28] <nid0> detatchable usb power supplies are perfectly fine
[14:28] <eskimio> cool beans
[14:28] <Berg> you sound like a lawer aditsu
[14:28] <eskimio> now, on that note
[14:28] <eskimio> any recommended suppliers in the states for one?
[14:28] <eskimio> i'm looking on amazon now and having a little difficulty finding one with any reviews or that isn't way more expensive than the prewired versions
[14:28] <aditsu> that's what I was going for :p
[14:29] <Berg> aditsu: wehat you gona use it for?
[14:29] <ozzzy> I buy the chinese ones
[14:29] <aditsu> I haven't decided to buy one; I have 2 Raspberry Pi's and not really using them
[14:29] <Berg> hmm
[14:29] <nid0> eskimio: define "way more expensive". fwiw, if it costs less than say $5, it's probably awful
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[14:30] <aditsu> I'd like a quad-core Pi though :p (so that I won't use 3 Pi's)
[14:30] <Berg> 'i found a greate use for my PI's im making water tank monitors
[14:30] <Berg> i have orders for 30 already
[14:30] <Berg> <---lies
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[14:31] <eskimio> nid0 "way more expensive" being $5.99 or $6.99 ish for the prewired version
[14:31] <eskimio> and over $10 for the usb-port version
[14:31] <nid0> one of my pi's is just running as a seedbox, the other currently in use runs my party-oriented automation system
[14:31] <eskimio> though i guess theoretically the usb-port version is more modular and could be used for cell phones and other stuff
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[14:31] <aditsu> I tried to make a wifi bridge, and failed
[14:32] <Berg> well you need to decide eskimio
[14:32] <Berg> flip a coin
[14:32] <aditsu> I mean, it works for a few minutes, then the signal strength drops and becomes unusable
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[14:33] <Berg> i got a wifi pi its out the back its very anoying when i power down my router the pi will not reconnect when i boot the router again
[14:34] <knob2> Good morning guys. I want to buy via eBay the "jumper cables" that are female-female ends... what are they called? Can't find them using "jumper cables".
[14:34] <Berg> i dont bother conne3cting it any more i just let it run its code and ignore it
[14:35] <aditsu> (by bridge, I mean access point with network bridging)
[14:35] <eskimio> hey while i'm here do any of you have any experience with networking issues
[14:35] <Berg> 40pcs Dupont wire jumper
[14:36] <Berg> you get all sorts
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[14:36] <Berg> knob2: http://www.ebay.com/itm/40-Long-30cm-Female-Female-Jumper-Wires-Dupont-Cables-for-Arduino-Raspberry-Pi-/131458888411?hash=item1e9b8f72db
[14:37] <nid0> you're gonna have to specify what your networking issue is for anyone to be able to tell you
[14:38] <aditsu> I have experience with networking issues, bad experience that is :p
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[14:39] <Berg> i had issues but they ignored
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[14:40] <eskimio> sorry i'm at work and got a phone call
[14:40] <eskimio> basically i've been having internet-dropping issues for a while now and i've either narrowed it down and don't understand why i'm having the issue or i'm completely lost
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[14:41] <eskimio> lemme explain
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[14:41] <eskimio> If I stream netflix from my chromebook to my chromecast, after a short while the internet will drop
[14:41] <eskimio> the router will stay alive and if I check on it, everything seems okay with it
[14:41] <eskimio> if I check on the modem, same deal
[14:41] <eskimio> but no internet
[14:41] <nid0> "the internet" drops or just your chromecast disconnects?
[14:42] <eskimio> same goes with a macbook pro connected via hdmi
[14:42] <eskimio> so i've ruled it out as being the laptops or the hdmi connections
[14:42] <eskimio> i swapped the router for a different one i have on hand
[14:42] <eskimio> same issue
[14:42] <eskimio> i checked the modem signal/noise/etc and everything looks actually pretty ideal
[14:42] <eskimio> i did a factory reset of the modem as well, same issue
[14:42] <eskimio> but the ISP shows no issues whatsoever
[14:42] <eskimio> so i'm thinking it has to do with my modem
[14:43] <eskimio> because this issue has persisted through my last house and my current apartment
[14:43] <eskimio> so its probably not the ISP
[14:43] <knob2> Berg, thank you!
[14:43] <eskimio> and we only ever have two cell phones and two laptops connected at any given point in time
[14:43] <Berg> i had that5 issue before knob2 getting the right name
[14:43] <eskimio> now, it is an apartment complex, and there are many many wifi signals going on though I chose the less-congested range
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[14:44] <eskimio> so i'm really at a loss
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[14:44] <nid0> can you ping the outside world from your router/modem?
[14:44] <eskimio> because i can't pinpoint which part of the network is at fault
[14:44] <eskimio> the modem seems most culpable but doesn't show any obvious signs of being the culprit
[14:44] <eskimio> nid0 when the network is working? yes
[14:44] <eskimio> when it "goes down" no
[14:44] <nid0> so the modem's management interface loads but when you try to ping out it fails? with what error?
[14:45] <eskimio> well i'm at work so i can't test it atm
[14:45] <eskimio> but yes the modems web GUI loads fine
[14:45] <eskimio> and the error I get if i try to ping like one of googles servers is the "something host unreachable" error
[14:45] <eskimio> can't remember the exact verbiage
[14:46] <nid0> youll need to try both an ip address and a dns name
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[14:46] <eskimio> i tried 8.8.8.8 and google.com
[14:46] <nid0> if neither works and the modem shows its connected, it's most likely a network fault at your isp
[14:46] <eskimio> neither would work
[14:46] <eskimio> I've called the ISP on it several times and they've said there's no issue
[14:46] <eskimio> from both homes
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[14:46] <eskimio> either time
[14:47] <nid0> there's a possibility the modem's at fault but it'd be a very rare error for the modem to continue functioning apparently normally and show the line stable and connected but not actually passing any information
[14:47] <eskimio> could it be due to the fact that I have a motorola surboard sb6141
[14:47] <knob2> Berg, yeah... after 5 minutes searching, I turned to the human-search of #raspberrypi =) Thanks man... just ordered a bunch.
[14:47] <Berg> nice
[14:47] <eskimio> nid0 thats what i thought
[14:47] <eskimio> i did more research last night when i swapped out the router and it didn't fix the issue
[14:47] <eskimio> and i read that it's either ISP related
[14:47] <eskimio> or the modem would just 100% not work
[14:47] <eskimio> there's no real wiggle room
[14:47] <nid0> if they've just said "there're no problems" then that response from them is essentially worthless, because if their support had the slightest clue they'd at least be able to help you narrow down the issue locally by giving you details on them seeing a traffic drop, whether they're seeing the line disconnect or not, etc
[14:48] <eskimio> for what it's worth
[14:48] <eskimio> i did notice a modem log error that was appearing at each drop
[14:48] <eskimio> lemme see if i can unearth it from my browser history
[14:49] <Berg> :)
[14:49] <eskimio> hmm
[14:49] <eskimio> i can't find the exact wording
[14:49] <eskimio> but it had something to do with a T3 ranging response or something like that
[14:49] <eskimio> or the lack thereof
[14:50] <eskimio> nid0 the ONLY other thing I could think of
[14:50] <eskimio> that is the common denominator between both locations having had the same issue
[14:51] <eskimio> since i've more or less ruled my own network out as being the problem
[14:51] <eskimio> would be that i have a splitter on the coax to go to the modem and the cable box
[14:51] <eskimio> it's the same one I used at both houses
[14:51] <eskimio> but i had a tech come out to the previous house and he tested the splitter and said it was fine
[14:51] <eskimio> so i can't imagine that's the issue, especially since my noise-to-signal and power levels look pretty good
[14:52] <eskimio> in any case, thanks for trying, maybe i'll call the ISP again and badger them
[14:52] <nid0> I have no idea how your US cable system works but here that wouldn't cause the problem you describe, if the splitter was faulty in some way it'd show up as noise on the line and/or the line dropping entirely
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[14:52] <eskimio> okay
[14:52] <eskimio> thats pretty much what i was thinking as well
[14:52] <nid0> not the line maintaining its connection with appropriate noise levels but no actual data passing through
[14:52] <nid0> and if it somehow did I would expect a timeout to pings, not host unreachable
[14:53] <Berg> do you reconnect if you reboot your machine
[14:53] <eskimio> no
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[14:53] <eskimio> i usually have to manually reset the router and wait a long time
[14:53] <Berg> do you reconnect when your reboot modem?
[14:53] <eskimio> or reset the modem and the router and it comes back upon both rebooting
[14:54] <eskimio> Berg yes
[14:54] <Berg> and your using wifi?
[14:54] <eskimio> also, my roommate can be playing CoD online via ethernet to PS4 and I can be playing CS:GO online via ethernet to PC indefinitely with no issues
[14:54] <eskimio> Berg yes the dropping issue is primarily when streaming HD video via wifi
[14:55] <eskimio> almost exclusively with the chromecast
[14:55] <Berg> is you wifi password protected?
[14:55] <eskimio> although if I connect one of the laptops via hdmi cord and stream via wifi it still happens
[14:55] <eskimio> Berg yes
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[14:55] <eskimio> WPA2 AES via DD-WRT
[14:55] <eskimio> its like 15 characters long too
[14:56] * Berg thinking
[14:56] <eskimio> and although I don't actively monitor the connected devices
[14:56] <eskimio> I do go into the router GUI enough that I would notice if a rogue device was connected
[14:56] <eskimio> cuz we only have 2 android phones, my chromebook, a chromecast, a macbook pro and my PC
[14:57] <eskimio> my PC has a static IP and I have the chromecast one memorized just from habit of fooling with this crap for so long
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[14:57] <Berg> you can list all the mac addresses you use and only allow them to connect
[14:57] <eskimio> I know
[14:57] <eskimio> And I've done that in the past
[14:57] <eskimio> didn't fix the issue
[14:57] <eskimio> so I didn't bother when I last hard reset/replaced the router
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[14:57] <Berg> do you have port forwarding enabled on some machines?
[14:58] <eskimio> nope
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[14:58] <Berg> or on the router or modem
[14:58] <eskimio> I used to for torrenting and such
[14:58] <eskimio> but again, with all the network issues i've been having I tried to simplify the system and make it as straightforward as possible to try and rule out potential culprits
[14:58] <eskimio> I did a hard reset on my router, no dice
[14:58] <eskimio> replaced router with another, did hard reset, still issues
[14:58] <Berg> ok im out of options to ask that will baulk
[14:58] <eskimio> last night i hard reset the modem, still issues
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[14:59] <eskimio> Berg lol tell me about it dude
[14:59] <eskimio> i've been dealing with this issue for months
[14:59] <Berg> sound like the machines are dropped from modem and cant get a ip back
[14:59] <Berg> do they show on the list connected to modem?
[15:00] <eskimio> erm i dont think so
[15:00] <eskimio> because the router handles DHCP
[15:00] <eskimio> the modem only really sees the router
[15:00] <eskimio> or at least lists it anywhere
[15:00] <Berg> ARP List'
[15:01] <eskimio> idk what that is but i'll check for it tonight
[15:01] <Berg> do they still show as connected to the router
[15:01] <nid0> Berg: it's clearly not just a local interface issue if the modem itself can't ping out to the world
[15:01] <Berg> but he says his mate on a lan is stiull connected
[15:01] <eskimio> well listen
[15:01] <eskimio> it's not like, wifi drops but ethernet still works
[15:02] <eskimio> if wifi drops, the whole network is offline
[15:02] <Berg> ooo
[15:02] <eskimio> but it shows as online
[15:02] <nid0> I don't see that, he said he can be using it indefinitely when doing other things, it just dies for everyone when streaming video
[15:02] <Berg> thats not what you said before
[15:02] <eskimio> yea ethernet connections don't seem to disturb the network
[15:02] <Berg> ok
[15:02] <eskimio> i can stream netflix via ethernet to the PS4 or the PC fine
[15:02] <eskimio> no issues whatsoever
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[15:02] <eskimio> it's usually when I connect via wifi that the network drops
[15:02] <eskimio> and it can be a cell phone, a laptop, my PC, anything can tick it off
[15:03] <eskimio> then i have to reset the router and wait a bit, or reset the modem and router and internet will come back upon reboot
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[15:03] <Berg> wello thats sounding nlike a isp
[15:03] <eskimio> that's what i said!
[15:03] <eskimio> but they've had techs come out and said everything was okay
[15:03] <eskimio> pisses me off
[15:03] <Berg> thats what she said
[15:03] <eskimio> the best part though
[15:03] <eskimio> is the cable connection boxes behind my apartment are thrown wide open
[15:04] <eskimio> and there's a spaghetti spider web rats nest of wires just pouring out of the box
[15:04] <Berg> close them
[15:04] <eskimio> can't
[15:04] <eskimio> i tried
[15:04] <nid0> my thoughts are either: modem overheating and causing an odd connection failure locally, or isp issue and (from what I know of comcast being the absolute pits) that would seem most likely.
[15:04] <eskimio> too packed full of wires
[15:04] <eskimio> but it really doesn't make a difference because i was having this identical issue at my last house
[15:04] <eskimio> with the same modem and router
[15:04] <eskimio> nid0 that could very well be it actually
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[15:04] <Berg> some times you isp will drop ya for using high range band width
[15:04] <eskimio> because my router sits on top of the modem
[15:04] <eskimio> EXCEPT
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[15:05] <Berg> they offer a service but they dont like you using it
[15:05] <eskimio> that i've had them sitting a distance from each other, next to an AC vent, and still had the same issue
[15:05] <eskimio> so i dont think its overheating, though that may be exacerbating the issue
[15:05] <nid0> I don't get this though, because even the cheapest of bargain basement ISP's in the uk, whenever you have a connection fault they can't immediately identify as being a fault at their end/the line, their first response is just to send out a new modem
[15:05] <nid0> have comcast not done this?
[15:05] <eskimio> Berg that could ver well be it as well
[15:05] <eskimio> cuz I'm on 75 down 15 up
[15:05] <eskimio> and if i'm streaming 1080p from my buddy's server in england
[15:05] <eskimio> that would definitely soak up a lot
[15:06] <eskimio> though i dont know why ethernet wouldn't make it drop
[15:06] <eskimio> but wifi would
[15:06] <eskimio> how does the modem/ISP differentiate if the router handles the discrepancies between the two connections
[15:06] <Berg> you had 2 modems?
[15:06] <eskimio> what
[15:06] <Berg> same same?
[15:06] <eskimio> no
[15:06] <eskimio> I have one modem
[15:06] <Berg> try a diff modem
[15:06] <eskimio> ok i'll go spend $100 real quick
[15:06] <eskimio> lol
[15:07] <Berg> it mayybe a heat problem as nid0 says
[15:07] <eskimio> i dont think it is
[15:07] <nid0> again - do comcast not just replace these modems if there's a chance they're broken?
[15:07] <eskimio> though i'll try to prevent them from overheating tnoight
[15:07] <eskimio> because like i said
[15:07] <nid0> in the uk, a replacement modem is kinda thing 2 after turning it off and on again when they're trying to diagnose faults
[15:07] <eskimio> the issue was around when the router and modem were sitting abreast of each other, next to an AC vent
[15:07] <eskimio> so they were well cooled
[15:07] <eskimio> nid0 i bought the modem
[15:07] <eskimio> it's my own
[15:07] <eskimio> so i dont pay some bullshit $6/mo. renter fee
[15:07] <eskimio> same with router, it's mine
[15:08] <Berg> i think your right when you say you have nbetwork issue
[15:08] <Berg> now thats sorted lets move along
[15:08] <Berg> :)
[15:09] <Berg> i need a latte
[15:09] <eskimio> lol
[15:09] <eskimio> aight well thanks for the help guys
[15:09] <eskimio> i'll try some of the things you all listed, and contact the ISP again
[15:09] <nid0> your fault is clearly either with your modem or your ISP, only your ISP can tell you definitively which though which they'll only be able to do if they're competant
[15:09] <nid0> so otherwise your choices are basically new modem or new ISP, unfortunately
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[15:09] <Berg> i feel liker one them indian tech guys on the phone
[15:09] <Berg> the ones you cant understand
[15:10] <Berg> :)
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[15:16] <t3chguy> Gadgetoid: ping
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[15:31] <fred1807> is the broadcom chip used in any other board or hardware?
[15:31] <shiftplusone> I don't know about that exact chip, but variations of it are.
[15:32] <pksato> lots of set top boxes use broadcom chip, very simililar to use on RPi.
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[15:33] <pksato> like this https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-2wPSmzyxpQg/VCDEgtHEclI/AAAAAAAACVY/jgMnRAuTE_g/s800-Ic42/cable_modem_02.jpg
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[15:42] <thegorn> finally got u-boot + hyp + debian jessie + 4.1 kernel + btrfs root (with lzo compression) booting on my rpi2!
[15:42] <annoymouse> Has anyone built OpenCV on their Pi?
[15:42] <annoymouse> Nice!
[15:42] <thegorn> never messed with opencv
[15:43] <annoymouse> It takes about 6-7 hours just to build
[15:44] <annoymouse> I already tried once and it failed after about an hour
[15:44] <annoymouse> So I want to see if anyone has any tips
[15:44] <thegorn> have a build log of the failure?
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[15:45] <annoymouse> Nope
[15:46] <annoymouse> It was actually on a different Pi that I no longer have
[15:47] <annoymouse> I just booted for the first time and I ran ``sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get upgrade``
[15:47] <annoymouse> Anything else I should do out of the box?
[15:50] <thegorn> well, not sure, but if you are compiling something there's likely a bunch of -dev packages you'll need
[15:50] <thegorn> but without seeing the errors
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[15:52] <annoymouse> Yeah there's a whole laundry list of dependencies I need to install
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[16:02] <m1ndsurfer> What user should I run a vnc server as?
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[16:04] <shiftplusone> not root
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[16:05] <m1ndsurfer> Right, but running it as my user feels wrong—I want anybody to be able to vnc in, and get a graphcial shell logged into their own account.
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[16:06] <Karlton> running as root should feel more wrong
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[16:13] <shiftplusone> Ah, that's another question then and I don't know the answer.
[16:13] <shiftplusone> There are ways to get a login manager going inside vnc, but I haven't done it myself.
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[16:16] <t3chguy> yeah, otherwise run a VNC instance per-user
[16:16] <t3chguy> but a login manager is possible, just a pain
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[16:17] <Karlton> and vnc is slow
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[16:26] <m1ndsurfer> Oh ok then, so it’s traditional to run a vnc instance per user. Fairy nuts.
[16:26] <m1ndsurfer> (Note that at no time did I ever suggest running it as root btw.)
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[16:26] <m1ndsurfer> Ok, next question: where do I put shell defaults (set -o vi, et al) in Raspian
[16:27] <teclo-> hello m1ndsurfer
[16:27] <teclo-> well depends if you want these defaults to be system-wide or only for one luser
[16:28] <m1ndsurfer> Let’s say system-wide
[16:28] <teclo-> well I usually put them in /etc/bash.bashrc
[16:28] <teclo-> but that is if you use/like bash
[16:28] <teclo-> if you use other shells then a good place would be /etc/profile
[16:30] <m1ndsurfer> (This is one of those things that seems to have changed every time I’ve installed a new *nix over the 20 years I’ve been using vi…)
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[16:31] <fred1807> I have a question.... The resolution (hdmi group and mode) and set on config... has anything to do with omxplayer? Or will omxplayer be independent of what is set there??
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[16:32] <m1ndsurfer> Thanks @teclo-
[16:32] <m1ndsurfer> Now if I could only get transmission-daemon to let me log in remotely I’d be gold.
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[16:56] <ctrlshftn> Guys any ideas for a weekend project?
[16:56] <ctrlshftn> Im bored
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[16:57] <shiftplusone> My weekend project is catching up on sleep.
[16:57] <shiftplusone> I'd recommend it
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[16:58] <Reedy> Last I checked, this isn't a weekend
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[17:09] <nid0> a project for only one weekend, or several?
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[17:28] <fred1807> is omxplayer output independet of the resolution set in config (hdmi group and mode) ?
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[17:41] <biberao> yo
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[17:42] <thegorn> /b 12
[17:42] <hosler> automatic breakfast toaster
[17:42] <thegorn> er, sorry, space stuck in there
[17:42] <thegorn> :)
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[17:51] <day> im having some trouble with an sdcard. i put raspbian onto it via dd. then booted the raspb. from it. then wanted to readjust the root partition, which didnt work, as in i was unable to boot from it again.
[17:52] <day> i then wanted to reformat the sdcard on the pc. directly after inserting it lsblk shows two partitions in the size i want them. a few seconds later the device vanishes and dmesg throws out an error
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[17:53] <day> http://fpaste.org/262045/22801144/
[17:53] <day> i then am unable to access the sdcard completely
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[17:55] <ShorTie> i'd just try writing an image to it again, if it twas me
[17:55] <day> well i cant
[17:55] <day> the whole drive disappears
[17:56] <day> idk maybe its physically broken. but i doubt it because i can see the correct partitions for a short while
[17:56] <day> (another sd card in the same reader works fine)
[17:56] <ShorTie> sdcard can not be mounted when writing an image
[17:56] <biberao> ya
[17:56] <thegorn> yea, that looks like hardware issues
[17:57] <day> 5mins earlier it was fine >.>
[17:57] <ShorTie> got a windows machine ?? try sdformater and adjust partitions
[17:57] <thegorn> welp, for any piece of broken hardware there exists a time where 5 minutes ago it was fine
[17:57] <biberao> maybe the sdcard
[17:57] <thegorn> :-P
[17:57] <day> :P
[17:57] <biberao> is screwed~
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[17:58] <day> but it was 5mins after i took it out of the brand spanking new box :P
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[17:58] <biberao> day: return it
[17:58] <thegorn> hm, i don't know, i've had similar issues with now broken sd card readers
[17:58] <day> to much hassle for 8bucks
[17:58] <thegorn> but honestly, i think it is a broken sd card
[17:58] <day> i just get a new one
[17:58] <day> yea i think so too
[17:58] <ShorTie> what did you do to 'readjust the root partition' ??
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[17:59] <biberao> 8bucks is a lot
[17:59] <biberao> of money
[17:59] <thegorn> that is a thing in raspbian where it resizes the partition to fill the whole drive
[17:59] <biberao> so who uses omxplayer here'
[17:59] <day> ShorTie: fdisk delete + recreate + resize2fs
[18:00] <day> it might have screwed over the partition table, but surely not the hardware
[18:00] <ShorTie> sure you used the correct 2nd partition start point ??
[18:00] <day> i give windows a try
[18:00] <day> even if not
[18:00] <day> besides the lsblk table looks fine
[18:00] <day> sdb 8:16 1 15G 0 disk
[18:00] <day> ├─sdb1 8:17 1 47.7M 0 part
[18:00] <day> └─sdb2 8:18 1 15G 0 part
[18:00] <day> sec later its gone :p
[18:01] <ShorTie> is this on a pi ??
[18:01] <ShorTie> or some other pc ??
[18:03] <nid0> that output will be from another pc
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[18:08] <thegorn> day: got another reader?
[18:08] <thegorn> it is reader or sd card
[18:09] <day> thegorn: sadly no. thats why i tested it with another card. plus it was able to write the broken card prior
[18:09] <day> so im 99% sure it is not the reader
[18:09] <thegorn> ok, well, then its the sd card
[18:09] <day> i will boot into windows later on and try it there.
[18:09] <thegorn> no partitioning whoops is gonna cause the device to give i/o errors and drop off device list
[18:10] <day> yea my thought exacly
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[18:10] <thegorn> i have definitely heard of counterfeit sd cards making their way into packaging
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[18:11] <thegorn> where the part has been patched to report 15 gigs when it is really a 1 gig card or something like that
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[18:58] <Flerb> Is there are raspberry pi distro in which one can SSH into one's raspberry pi without connecting a display, keyboard, or mouse straight out of the box?
[18:59] <ShorTie> you can ssh into raspbian by default
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[19:05] <Flerb> ShorTie: oh okay. So if I were to install raspbian to my SD card, there's no setup beforehand or anything?
[19:05] <Flerb> I can simply find out what IP it's on and SSH?
[19:06] <Flerb> I've been thinking of quite an interesting project in which my pi will transmit, at the same time as my alarm goes off, a daily briefing in which my emails received overnight, weather, and news is read.
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[19:13] <day> once again does windows prove its superiority
[19:14] <day> i was able to write the sd card. and even boot from it. but random commands like fdisk wouldnt end in an error :D
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[19:14] <day> cfdisk didnt show partitions. my linux essentially booted, no emerged from a blank disk :D
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[19:20] <Flerb> Is there a way when using the Pi as an FM transmitter to reduce the output power?
[19:22] <nid0> I would assume using a smaller antenna
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[19:27] <Apocx_> Anyone ever used this RF transmitter/receiver? http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00M2CUALS
[19:27] * divx118 has
[19:28] <Apocx_> Did you put it on the UART TX/RX lines or just a random GPIO pin?
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[19:29] <Flerb> nid0: is there much risk of standing wave damage?
[19:30] <divx118> Apocx_ GPIO pins http://pihome.harkemedia.de/
[19:30] <Apocx_> nice
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[19:31] <Apocx_> alright. I'm trying to receive a 433.88 Mhz signal from a separate device using just the receiver but can't seem to get the receiver to show anything. not sure if I'm using the receiver wrong or if it for some reason can't read signals from the device.
[19:31] <Apocx_> uses ASK/OOK
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[19:33] <divx118> Receiving I yet have to try. Only used the send module for now.
[19:34] <Apocx_> oh well I'll keep tinkering with it. thanks
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[19:36] <Flerb> Is there a way to install raspbian on my SD card such that my RPI runs straight out of the box? The installer appears incompatible with headless setups
[19:37] <day> o0 just dd the image onto the sd card and you are done
[19:37] <day> then do the rest via ssh
[19:37] <IT_Sean> ^
[19:37] <IT_Sean> wot 'e said
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[19:39] <Zunz> Is there any good audio capture software that doesn't eat up so much cpu usage on a RPi?
[19:40] <Flerb> day: so SSH is there by default?
[19:40] <day> yes
[19:40] <pksato> Zunz: sox
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[19:41] <Flerb> day: that'd be using raspbian, not n00bs right?
[19:41] <day> i stumpled across a few distributions that didnt have it preactivated. idk who thought that its a good idea to not put the sshd into 'minimal'distris....but thats another story
[19:41] <day> i just tried minibian and even that had sshd preinstalled
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[21:01] <gorroth> the #raspberrypi-dev channel is so dead that i left it
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[21:01] <gorroth> i was the only one who said anything in the last 4 days
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[21:04] <fred1807> anyone can send me a copy of compiled hello_font.bin ? please?
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[21:31] <melwyn> hey guys. just trying to get my head together for a new project. i want to run the pi on battery and execute a task every X minutes. to save power i want to power off the pi as soon as the task is finished. as i read, the pi could be waken up again with one of the pins. now my question:
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[21:32] <melwyn> would it be possible to run a very small arduino board which can pull that "reset-switch" every X minutes? at the very best it could directly be programmed from the pi which it wakes up.
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[21:34] <IT_Sean> woah
[21:34] <wiiguy> melwyn that should be possible yes
[21:34] <mattrich_> melwyn: totally doable with an Arduino
[21:34] <wiiguy> IT_Sean what did you do !
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[21:34] <IT_Sean> remind me never to push that button again.
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[21:35] <wiiguy> IT_Sean push that button 3 more times and see what happens :)
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[21:35] <IT_Sean> No.
[21:35] <wiiguy> :(
[21:36] <wiiguy> 5 more times ?
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[21:36] <IT_Sean> No.
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[21:37] <wiiguy> ok my last offer 21 times !!!
[21:37] <gorroth> melwyn: you can also program the AVR (arduino) so that it enters a low power state between each time that it pulls down the reset
[21:37] <IT_Sean> (-_-)
[21:37] <IT_Sean> No.
[21:37] <melwyn> gorroth: oh, that is interesting. and the avr can wake itself up?
[21:38] <gorroth> yes, it has circuitry onboard for that
[21:38] <gorroth> it will interrupt itself after the amount of time you specify
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[21:39] <gorroth> melwyn: just be sure that if you're running voltage to the rpi's gpio pins, you don't exceed 3.3v
[21:39] <fred1807> someone, please compile hello_fonts.bin and send me a copy
[21:41] <melwyn> gorroth: good point. would the arduino micro board be good enough already?
[21:42] <gorroth> melwyn: yes, it's good, for sure
[21:43] <gorroth> melwyn: but some arduino's run at 3.3v (and output 3.3v on their pins), while others run at 5v
[21:43] <gorroth> if you are using one that runs at 5v, you will need a voltage divider for the pin you're using to talk to the rpi
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[21:44] <gorroth> you might be able to get away with dividing the voltage by as easily as using 3 equivalent 1kOhm resistors, if you have nothing else connected to ground
[21:45] <gorroth> i'm not an expert in circuits, but i've read that impedance from other things can affect you, but if that's the only pin doing anything, you should be safe
[21:45] <gorroth> plus, you can test it before hooking it to the pi :)
[21:46] <melwyn> gorroth: ok, yes. it seems that the arduino-micro uses 5v. need to re-activate my electronics brain the next few weeks then :) i think i sometimes used an opto-isolator for such voltage "problems".
[21:46] <melwyn> yes, otherwise try & error
[21:46] <gorroth> yeah, or you could build a more sophisticated divider
[21:46] <gorroth> not all arduino-micros are 5v; some are 3.3v
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[21:47] <melwyn> ok, i will check that
[21:47] <gorroth> here, i have some starting points to help you that i've been using
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[21:48] <gorroth> melwyn: https://learn.sparkfun.com/tutorials/voltage-dividers and https://learn.sparkfun.com/tutorials/voltage-current-resistance-and-ohms-law/ohms-law
[21:49] <gorroth> you may already know that stuff, but it's nice they have that
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[21:50] <gorroth> oh, and this one: https://learn.sparkfun.com/tutorials/series-and-parallel-circuits
[21:50] <melwyn> gorroth: a little refresh won't be bad, cheers!
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[21:50] <gorroth> i feel those 3 are a good bit of info
[21:50] <gorroth> np :)
[21:50] <_Trullo> just bought a orange pi :)
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[21:50] <gorroth> how is it?
[21:51] <traeak> bought or received ?
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[21:52] <_Trullo> bought
[21:52] <_Trullo> so now a month of waiting :)
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[21:52] <_Trullo> $25 with poweradapter
[21:53] <traeak> and case too?
[21:53] <IT_Sean> Cases are overrated.
[21:55] <fred1807> how can I fix this error msg and succesfuly compile hello_font on raspberry? http://pastebin.com/raw.php?i=XRmYxtQX
[21:58] <gorroth> fred1807: you need to install the dev packages with libz, libvgfont, and libfreetype
[21:59] <gorroth> $ apt-file search libz.so
[21:59] <gorroth> zlib1g: /lib/arm-linux-gnueabihf/libz.so.1
[21:59] <gorroth> so i'd do "sudo apt-get install zlib1g"
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[21:59] <gorroth> do similar things for the other libs
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[22:02] <fred1807> do you have hello_font.bin ?
[22:05] <_Trullo> http://www.aliexpress.com/item/Orange-Pi-PC-linux-and-android-mini-PC-Beyond-Raspberry-Pi-2/
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[22:06] <_Trullo> sorry, wrong url.
[22:06] <_Trullo> http://www.aliexpress.com/item/Orange-Pi-PC-linux-and-android-mini-PC-Beyond-Raspberry-Pi-2/32448079125.html?ws_ab_test=201407_1%2C201444_5%2C201409_4&spm=2114.01020208.3.18.XQdqN0
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[22:14] <fred1807> gorroth: now I am stuck here: /usr/bin/ld: cannot find -lvgfont can you help me find this?
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[22:16] <notionSunday> can i post a link here of a finished project?
[22:16] <notionSunday> didnt want to get banned
[22:17] <notionSunday> my project was raspberry pi w/ cam module
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[22:25] <traeak> _Trullo: do you know the current state of linux on allwinner h3 (orange pi pc, etal)?
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[22:55] <Kymru> evening, does anyone know where i can diagnose why i cant get my remote to work with MPC?
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[23:03] <Flerb> I'm trying to install something that depends on 2.8> python > 2.7.5. How do I upgrade the default installation?
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[23:12] <fred1807> Kymru: I know
[23:12] <fred1807> Flerb: google that question, and find the answer, bless
[23:13] <fred1807> Kymru: write your remote script to echo
[23:13] <Kymru> fred1807, lol you know, care to share?
[23:13] <fred1807> write your remote to echo the commends, to diagnose is remote is working
[23:14] <Flerb> fred1807: I can't find anything pertaining to upgrading from a 2.x to another 2.x version
[23:14] <Kymru> remote is working with irw, commands are all there
[23:15] <fred1807> Kymru: so ... whats is missing?
[23:16] <Kymru> good question, remote is working with commands, cant get it to work with MPC, volume up / down, etc, its prob something simple i am missing
[23:16] <Kymru> but for the life of me i cant figure it out
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[23:19] <fred1807> what are you using to pass remote input to mpc?
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[23:21] <Kymru> thats what i am confused about, irexec i hope
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[23:22] <fred1807> Kymru: you have a ir interface added to it?
[23:24] <Kymru> yeah i am using a PiFace LCD
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[23:31] <Kymru> my head hurts, i need a smoke
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[23:35] <Kymru> oh, i havent imported anything into python-lirc yet
[23:35] <Kymru> *light bulb*
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[23:39] <biberao> h
[23:39] <biberao> i
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[23:44] <K-202> Hi. What SD card is best for Raspberry PI 2 B? How much speed do I need? How about MicroSD SanDisk SDHC 16GB Extreme Pro UHS-1? How about other cards like Kingston or Goodram?
[23:44] <ball> hello K-202!
[23:46] <t3chguy> K-202: I have a card similar to that and I'd say that its nice as the Pi can use most of that speed
[23:46] <t3chguy> but if you go over the top you'll reach the pi being a bottleneck
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[23:49] <ali1234> K-202: samsung and sandisk are best in my tests
[23:50] <ali1234> the pi in fact cannot use the highest speed modes on the newest cards
[23:50] <K-202> ali1234, and what's the maximum speed that Raspberry PI is able to utilize?
[23:50] <ali1234> but thse speeds are only achievable when doing linear access in a camera anyway
[23:51] <ali1234> when doing random read/write, the pi is theoretically faster than any existing SD card
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[23:52] <ali1234> so you want to look at benchmarks that do random 4k accesses and pretty much ignore the speed class
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[23:53] <K-202> well but anyway is it worth to buy an expensive card like mentioned before?
[23:53] <t3chguy> Depends what you're using your Pi
[23:53] <t3chguy> for*
[23:53] <tantalus> any recommendations for a pi case that would also house a 3.5 hdd?
[23:54] <t3chguy> if common uses, I'd say a class 6 is plenty
[23:54] <t3chguy> I use a class 10 SDXC 64GB just because I already had it
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[23:54] <ali1234> the extreme pro probably isn't worth it
[23:55] <ali1234> i use sandisk ultra and samsung evo plus
[23:55] <Solarbaby> when you start upping the price for something like a custom fully decked out case I'd start looking into just buying something that isn't a pi such as the MSI Cubi which is an amazing computer and cheap and small
[23:55] <ball> tantalus: Any reason you're going with 3.5" and not 2.5"?
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[23:56] <tantalus> i have the drives already
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[23:56] <ball> tantalus: With a SATA->USB adaptor?
[23:57] <tantalus> ideally
[23:57] <ball> I must give up and go home.
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