#raspberrypi IRC Log

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IRC Log for 2015-09-08

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[0:00] <Mallot1> Ok so I hook up the solar panel charger to the battery and then the battery to the pi
[0:00] <kb3vgw> http://www.ebay.com/itm/PACK-OF-2-12V-12AH-Sealed-Lead-Acid-Battery-F2-Terminals-for-UPS-More/121312560079?_trksid=p2045573.c100034.m2102&_trkparms=aid%3D555012%26algo%3DPW.MBE%26ao%3D2%26asc%3D33277%26meid%3D6005b867f56b4d359f600f30dfa03757%26pid%3D100034%26rk%3D7%26rkt%3D8%26sd%3D190745169255
[0:00] <kb3vgw> 12v 12AH x2
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[0:07] <biberao> yo
[0:08] <kb3vgw> pick a solar panel pick your batt and the downverter
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[0:08] <kb3vgw> off to dinne
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[0:14] <SyncYourDogmas> Mallot1: aren't lithium ion batteries just as cheap these days?
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[0:15] <SyncYourDogmas> There was a popular post on the sub reddit
[0:15] <Mallot1> SyncYourDogmas: I think they are cheap
[0:16] <Mallot1> SyncYourDogmas: Do you know of any 16a 12v lithium ion batteries I could get?
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[0:20] <SyncYourDogmas> Mallot1: reddits down, l was trying to find the link
[0:20] <The_Borg> good morning very tiny control machine operatoer
[0:21] <Mallot1> SyncYourDogmas: Aw man
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[0:28] <SyncYourDogmas> What's your budget?
[0:29] <SyncYourDogmas> bearing in mindno memory effect with lithium ion so they last longer
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[0:48] <biberao> anyone does work with led stripes?
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[1:37] <AlmtyBob> I'd like to hookup an Infrared LED, sound sensor, and temperature sensor to my raspberry pi. I can find & follow tutorials for each, but what should I google to figure out to connect all of them to a single pi?
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[1:39] <shiftplusone> AlmtyBob: what's the problem?
[1:40] <AlmtyBob> nothing yet, I haven't even started. I get that I can use multiple GPIO connectors, but I need to learn about to handle the power
[1:40] <AlmtyBob> wait, I just thought that through and I think I get it
[1:40] <AlmtyBob> each component is wired in parallel for the power?
[1:41] <knob> =)
[1:41] <shiftplusone> Keep in mind the limits of the device, don't draw more than 16mA from a single pin. Don't draw more than 50mA total from all GPIO pins. Be aware of how much you're drawing from the 3.3v and 5v lines. Don't put 5v on any gpio pins.
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[1:42] <AlmtyBob> alright, I'll give it a shot
[1:42] <AlmtyBob> thanks
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[3:24] <WACOMalt> Anyone know why su -c would give me authentication error?
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[3:27] <ShorTie> no root password ??
[3:27] <pksato> only su -c ? or su -c some_ ommand?
[3:29] <ShorTie> ya, su -c gives me a help menu
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[3:58] <KDDLB> whew, according to Rastrack, there are six registered Raspberry Pis in my city
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[4:20] <mixfix41> I 've put arch linux arm on my raspberry and been pretty cool on it is there some suggestion or things you do personally with this combo?
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[4:23] <SyncYourDogmas> play with network stuff
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[4:24] <SyncYourDogmas> It's more fun so low level in comparison
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[6:10] <ISmithers> Hey all, new to pi and am wondering what I should get as a starter kit that has a bit of everything?
[6:10] <AlmtyBob> what do you want to do?
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[6:11] <ISmithers> I'm looking to build a portable backup point. So essentially need the base unit, case, hub, sd card (adapter if needed?) and that would be about it I guess.
[6:12] <AlmtyBob> there's some decent ones on amazon, like the canakit stuff
[6:12] <KDDLB> yeah I ordered the CanaKit one
[6:12] <KDDLB> it arrives in 2 weeks though (get hyped)
[6:13] <AlmtyBob> where do you live that it's taking 2 weeks?
[6:13] <ISmithers> Do the pi's all only have 10/100 network ports?
[6:13] <KDDLB> yes
[6:13] <KDDLB> AlmtyBob, Chile
[6:14] <AlmtyBob> ah
[6:14] <ISmithers> That is... sad.
[6:15] <AlmtyBob> you can get a dongle for gigabit if you really need it
[6:15] <KDDLB> ISmithers, that's not sad :P
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[6:15] <ISmithers> Its a little tragic. Like what is this, 2001?
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[6:16] <Xark> ISmithers: It can barely saturate a 100 anyways (with a RPi2 perhaps).
[6:16] <Xark> ISmithers: Consider Ethernet connects via USB bus. :)
[6:17] <ISmithers> Is it USB3?
[6:17] <Xark> ISmithers: No.
[6:17] <ISmithers> ...
[6:17] <ISmithers> So, USB HDD here I come!
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[6:22] <AlmtyBob> anyone else having issues with : https://www.raspbian.org/ and https://www.raspberrypi.org/downloads/raspbian/ ? Any alternative sites to get raspbian from?
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[6:27] <AlmtyBob> So I got one of these: http://osepp.com/products/sensors-arduino-compatible/ir-receiver/ IR Receivers. An adafruit tutorial ( https://learn.adafruit.com/using-an-ir-remote-with-a-raspberry-pi-media-center/hardware ) is using a similar receiver that supposedly takes 5 volts but they plug it into the 3v3 pin. Can I connect mine to the 3v3?
[6:28] <AlmtyBob> The tutorial says "Note that the IR sensor chip needs to be operated at 3.3V not 5V when used with the Raspberry Pi." but there's no further explanation as to why
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[8:09] <SyncYourDogmas> my pi just hit 1000 similtaneous traceroutes without breaking a sweat before os error broken pipe
[8:09] <SyncYourDogmas> I'm impressed
[8:10] <Xark> SyncYourDogmas: I'd be more impressed if you got it to actually sweat. :)
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[8:11] <SyncYourDogmas> ah it's sweating a bit now though
[8:11] <AlmtyBob> my house is so humid right now I'm pretty sure mine could sweat
[8:11] <SyncYourDogmas> max memory and all cores
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[8:12] <AlmtyBob> I ran an apt-get upgrade. I regret that. It's been 45 minutes or so now
[8:12] <SyncYourDogmas> lol
[8:12] * Xark gets AlmtyBob's RPi a towel...
[8:13] <AlmtyBob> heh I'm actually working on a project to automate my air conditioner
[8:13] <AlmtyBob> which is what I'm using the Pi for
[8:14] <Xark> AlmtyBob: Cool, so it has some "skin in the game". :)
[8:14] <AlmtyBob> yup, it better work if it wants to live
[8:14] <AlmtyBob> or it can cook in my 110 degree house this month
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[8:18] <AlmtyBob> When I first get a new Synergy client up and running and I mouse over to its screen I nearly wet myself with joy.
[8:18] <AlmtyBob> It's just so satisfying to mouse over to an entirely different computer
[8:20] <Syliss> lol i just installed synergy on my desktop
[8:20] <Syliss> *at home
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[8:20] <AlmtyBob> great, huh?
[8:20] <Syliss> oh ive been using it for years
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[8:21] <Syliss> i just finally got a desk at home again, my daughter took our spare bedroom so wife and i decided to each get new desks for our bedroom
[8:21] <Syliss> and i just built a mini gaming rig and stuffs
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[8:22] <Syliss> need to run cat5e to my bedroom or something, the wifi is the suckz in here
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[8:24] <AlmtyBob> ugh, I'm saving up for a whole-house renovation and high on the list is a networking closet
[8:24] <Syliss> i rent so no reno for us
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[8:24] <AlmtyBob> in that case just drill right through the wall!
[8:25] <Syliss> lol, i know right?
[8:25] <Syliss> no ive lived here for way too long and i dont want to have to patch stuff
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[8:26] <puff> Good evening.
[8:28] <AlmtyBob> OHHH what the hell is this new google favicon.ico? No. no. no.
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[8:32] <Xark> Playschool is branching out...
[8:33] <Lartza> I can't see a favicon, only HTTPS lock :(
[8:34] <Lartza> oh https://www.google.fi/images/branding/product/ico/googleg_lodp.ico
[8:34] <Lartza> Their official new single character logo
[8:34] <AlmtyBob> It's new so I hate it and refuse to accept it until I forget about it
[8:35] <Lartza> You noticed the different font of the "Google" text yet? :D
[8:35] <AlmtyBob> yah, that's fine, it's always changing
[8:36] <Lartza> No it's not
[8:36] <Lartza> Well for doodles but
[8:36] <AlmtyBob> because it's the new comic sans?
[8:36] <Lartza> http://www.theverge.com/2015/9/1/9239769/new-google-logo-announced
[8:36] <AlmtyBob> death to serifs
[8:37] <Lartza> That article doesn't actually show the multicolor G
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[8:37] <Lartza> The dot thing was anotherthing too oh yeah :D
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[8:44] <clonak> I just purchased a RPi2, would I be able to use the SD card from my orginal RPi1(from when they were first released) or would I need to start from scratch ?
[8:44] <clonak> obviously I would need to copy it to a micro SD,
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[8:45] <Lartza> clonak, You should start from scratch I'd say
[8:46] <clonak> it is a pretty new install, just a mildly complicated setup, I was hoping I could avoid it. :/
[8:46] <Lartza> Well
[8:46] <Lartza> What distro? Raspbian?
[8:46] <clonak> Iv found something saying you can do it from the B+, but wasnt sure if it would work with the original.
[8:46] <clonak> yeah,
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[8:47] <Lartza> Wait what, raspbian doesn't....
[8:47] <clonak> ?
[8:47] <Lartza> Raspbian should actually work just fine...
[8:47] <Lartza> Maybe
[8:48] <clonak> theres hope in that maybe... lol
[8:48] <clonak> no harm in trying I guess,
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[8:48] <Lartza> It doesn't have an armv7 version so you'd install the exact same to the RPi2
[8:48] <Lartza> Now, I don't know if there are some other small differences
[8:48] <Lartza> But I can't think of any now
[8:49] <clonak> the B+ had the same arm cpu ae ?
[8:49] <clonak> just more ram and USB ports ?
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[8:50] <Lartza> B+ has the same CPU than previous ones, different from Pi 2
[8:50] <clonak> yeah, sorry thats what I meant,
[8:51] <Lartza> and B+ and RPi2 have a similar board layout, different from the older ones
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[8:52] <Lartza> And same connectors
[8:52] <Lartza> But the CPU is why B+ works with old distros no problem
[8:52] <Lartza> RPi 2 should work but you probably benefit from an armv7 version, which of Raspbian there isn't one
[8:53] <clonak> so is raspbian not the best OS for the RPi 2 ?
[8:53] <Lartza> No OS is best
[8:54] <clonak> all the other ones I looked at look either heavy, or purpose built for other purposes than Im using,
[8:54] <clonak> Ill just try it and see,
[8:54] <Lartza> I use Arch myself, have used OpenELEC too but that's Kodi only
[8:54] <Lartza> Raspbian is fine if it's fine for you
[8:55] <Lartza> It's like asking if Windows 10 is the best OS for your PC
[8:55] <clonak> I do want to get another one, in which Ill try other OS's to see if they work better,
[8:55] <clonak> windows * is the worst OS for any computer...
[8:55] <clonak> :P
[8:55] <Lartza> :P
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[8:55] <Lartza> I dual boot to play some games but yeah, main OS is Arch on desktop too
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[8:56] <clonak> I tried playing around with Arch back when I first got it, couldnt quite get the hang of it,
[8:56] <Lartza> :)
[8:56] <AlmtyBob> w00t, I suck at electronics but just got lirc to read my air conditioner's remote control. I did a damn victory lap around my den
[8:56] <clonak> Im quite simple really....
[8:56] <Lartza> I fell in love with Arch
[8:56] <Lartza> No turning back
[8:56] <Lartza> I do still have one VPS with Ubuntu but my dedi is Arch too
[8:57] <Lartza> AlmtyBob, Yay for projects! :)
[8:57] <Lartza> Also fun when they succeed from time to time
[8:57] <AlmtyBob> yah, I really should focus my learning on specific projects rather than just random reading
[8:57] <AlmtyBob> nothing beats both the joy and terror of writing code you barely understand and having it work on the first compile
[8:58] <AlmtyBob> that joy of actually nailing it and that fear of all the possible bugs since it was so unlikely it'd actually run
[8:58] <Lartza> http://imgur.com/gallery/x0ml8
[8:58] <AlmtyBob> hah, that was quick
[8:59] <Lartza> Still relevant after 3 years :D When do people learn to code
[8:59] <Lartza> This includes me too :P
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[8:59] <AlmtyBob> So I saw a program for windows that analyzes IR signals by wiring an ir receiver to your sound card's microphone port. That's dark magic.
[8:59] <AlmtyBob> I mean, I get it, but still, dark magic.
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[9:01] <KDDLB> Oh hoho it's magic
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[9:03] <AlmtyBob> hmph. Spotify just randomly started playing a song named "black magic" by some weird girl (country?) band after playing a ton of hip-hop. I swear my computer i spying on me
[9:04] <Lartza> You have a microphone plugged in?
[9:04] <AlmtyBob> nope, but I just typed "dark magic"
[9:04] <Lartza> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MkElfR_NPBI ?? :D Ain't this a lot like hip hop
[9:05] <Lartza> *Isn't
[9:06] <AlmtyBob> I'm 99% kidding. Although once I was talking about some random dude with a friend and I picked up my phone to google his facebook page and as soon as I typed "fac" it autocompleted "facebook <dude's name>". That kinda freaked me out since I didn't remember having ever looked him up before
[9:06] <AlmtyBob> yah, that's the song, don't know why it popped up.
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[9:06] <AlmtyBob> it came on after: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LZ10M_s62NM
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[9:07] <Lartza> Well both sound pretty much equally bad to me :P But that's just my opinion
[9:07] <Lartza> I don't listen to hip hop :/
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[9:07] <AlmtyBob> yah, I don't really have critical taste in music. I just like hip-hop beats. the lyrics are almost always dumb (barring some kendrick lamar stuff)
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[9:08] <Lartza> Well anything else goes for me really, from jazz to metal
[9:08] <Lartza> Except if it's an ogre singer but
[9:08] <Lartza> Now listening to stuff from NewRetroWave https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EOniP5lp-y0
[9:08] <AlmtyBob> I'm nothing but hip-hop and top 40 (I know, horrible)
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[9:10] <KDDLB> My name is ha
[9:19] <AlmtyBob> huh, accidentally found out control+0 resets zoom on firefox pages. Nice to know
[9:19] <AlmtyBob> beats alt+v,z,r
[9:19] <KDDLB> Lok
[9:19] <KDDLB> Lol, it does that on Chrome as well
[9:19] <AlmtyBob> also, firefox just started adding "suggested" tabs to my new pages. Die in a fire mozilla.
[9:20] <at0m> AlmtyBob: then set up your ff new tabs in about:config
[9:21] <AlmtyBob> hmm, don't see an option to shut that off
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[9:22] <AlmtyBob> I do like how it encrypts the names of the tabs you've blocked. Thanks, mozilla.
[9:22] <at0m> AlmtyBob: oh sorry, about:preferences
[9:23] <at0m> first thing that shows there
[9:23] <AlmtyBob> wow, didn't even know that was a thing. Thanks
[9:23] <at0m> same as Edit > Options
[9:23] <AlmtyBob> oh.
[9:23] <AlmtyBob> I like the frequent tabs page, I just don't like it adding ads
[9:23] <at0m> then set it up :)
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[9:24] <AlmtyBob> I't sas setup as it can be afaik
[9:24] <AlmtyBob> huh, apparently that's been a thing for over a year and I just now noticed it.
[9:25] <AlmtyBob> oh, that was an incredibly easy fix. There's a gear icon at the top right. Click it and the first thing is a checkbox saying "Include suggsted sites"
[9:25] <KDDLB> 😅
[9:25] <AlmtyBob> My sentiments exactly, KDDLB
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[9:25] <KDDLB> Did you get the emoji?
[9:26] <AlmtyBob> nope.
[9:26] <at0m> yup
[9:26] <AlmtyBob> Khaled would never let emoji into mIRC.
[9:26] <at0m> i'm seeing it but cant copypasta
[9:26] <KDDLB> It's the sweaty-laughing face
[9:26] <at0m> lol mirc
[9:26] <KDDLB> Hahah mIRC
[9:26] <at0m> so '98
[9:26] <AlmtyBob> <-- actual registered, paid mIRC user
[9:26] <at0m> AlmtyBob: so am i
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[9:27] <at0m> just don't have an OS that could run it anymore
[9:27] <at0m> unless wine
[9:27] <AlmtyBob> I really like it, no issues with it and I've never seen a nicer looking client on any system
[9:27] <Armand> People.... pay.... for an IRC client?!? O_o
[9:27] <KDDLB> Lol paying for soft...
[9:27] <Armand> ^
[9:27] <KDDLB> Office 365 subscriber right here
[9:27] <at0m> AlmtyBob: it's a one-time contribution for life-time updates
[9:27] <AlmtyBob> granted I came from using ircII -> bitchX -> Homer on Mac (ugh) so mIRC was a pretty huge upgrade
[9:27] <Myrtti> AlmtyBob: it's not about what he'd allow or not, I'd think. more if your os shows unicode as emoji or not
[9:27] <at0m> err Armand ^^
[9:28] <Armand> at0m: But still.. lol
[9:28] <AlmtyBob> Myrtti: yah, I was kidding
[9:28] <at0m> Armand: the OS it runs on worries me more ;p
[9:28] <Myrtti> ☺
[9:28] <AlmtyBob> nice! First 255 FTW
[9:28] <Armand> at0m: I'm with you there.
[9:28] <at0m> mirc.exe
[9:28] <Armand> os[Linux 3.13.0-24-generic x86_64] distro[LinuxMint "rafaela" 17.2] cpu[8 x Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-2600 CPU @ 3.40GHz (GenuineIntel) @ 1.60GHz] mem[Physical: 7.7GB, 74.4% free] disk[Total: 1.9TB, 72.5% free] video[NVIDIA Corporation GF108 [GeForce GT 620]] ether[Realtek Semiconductor Co., Ltd. CIe Gigabit Ethernet] sound[HDA-Intel - HDA Intel PCH1: HDA-Intel - HDA NVidia2: USB-Audio - Microsoft LifeCam VX-800]
[9:28] <Armand> For obvious reasons, no mIRC. :P
[9:28] <AlmtyBob> oh and mIRC wasn't vulnerable to flash.c when I first started using it
[9:29] <AlmtyBob> I really like Windows. Although windows 10 can absolutely go to hell.
[9:29] <maumushi> irssi ;)
[9:29] <at0m> maumushi: yea. never looked back after.
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[9:29] <AlmtyBob> bleh irssi
[9:30] <KDDLB> GUIs for the win
[9:30] <maumushi> on raspberry of course
[9:30] <AlmtyBob> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iC3MtOSQQgs
[9:30] <AlmtyBob> I want that terminal
[9:30] <at0m> pidgin's great for p2p, sncks on multi-user chats like irc though
[9:30] <Armand> AlmtyBob: I still use Win7 on my home PC.. when I actually bother to use it. :P
[9:30] <AlmtyBob> I love Windows 7 deeply.
[9:31] <AlmtyBob> I thought they'd keep the every-other-release-is-good cycle going with Win10. They did not.
[9:31] <at0m> while we're in #raspberrypi, a machine that costs a fraction of any other to keep on 24/7
[9:31] <at0m> perfect for irc me thinks
[9:31] <Armand> at0m: Heck, I power mine via solar. :)
[9:31] <at0m> o/
[9:31] <Myrtti> irssi ♥
[9:31] <AlmtyBob> perfect for a bnc maybe
[9:33] <AlmtyBob> https://www.youtube.com/watch?t=37&v=ELz-7L35qEk that really is beautiful
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[9:39] <Armand> I'll have to see if I can move my solar kit to the new house this weekend. :)
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[10:04] <DoctorD90> shiftplusone hello! thx abut camera noir. Id just like to understand/view if noir camera take photos(so video too) with filter normal as normal pi camera. So adding or not filter it may switch between nigth day. As said before, on internet are there photo of noir and camera normal, but not of noir with filter to act like normal camera :) if an official post with a comparison with 3 settings (normal, noir, noir+ right filter) would be
[10:04] <DoctorD90> possible, it would be great!
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[10:27] <clonak> Lartza: it worked, RPi2 is up and running, exactly as the 1 was...
[10:28] <clonak> only problem I encountered, was the case I made for the RPi1, does not really work with the RPi2... I didnt really think about that.
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[10:58] <jubalh> whats a good page about projects/news etc for rpi?
[10:58] <jubalh> also for beginners?
[10:59] <ShorTie> forums maybe ??
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[11:03] <at0m> there's a magazine and projects page on the site
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[11:28] <jubalh> ok
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[12:36] <pokmo> hi
[12:37] <pokmo> just wondering, could any software written to work on ubuntu work on the rpi?
[12:38] <ShorTie> most likely because Ubuntu is Debian based which is all Linux, but you never truely know till you try
[12:39] <pokmo> i see
[12:39] <ShorTie> dependancies might have different names
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[12:52] <mun> Hi
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[12:53] <mun> According to http://www.elinux.org/RPi_Bluetooth_LE rpi doesn't support BLE well. Is it still the case today?
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[12:53] <mun> I'm not sure when that was written though
[12:53] <Lina> <base64>by8K</base64>
[12:54] <mun> I wonder why only a specific library works for python to speak with a BLE device
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[13:08] <Darkwell> hello there
[13:08] <Stanto> the DSI raspberry pi touchscreen's now available http://bit.ly/1KBBoHO
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[13:09] <Stanto> Kinda wish it was higher res, but at least it uses DSI
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[13:11] <chris_99> yeah the res looks rather dissapointing
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[13:13] <Darkwell> I use raspbian and I figured that if I run transmission on headless there is a but sluggish performance on transmission-remote -l tweaked the daemon confirm as much as I thought I could... Google a bit and found a bit aged tip about using a kernel that optimizes the use of ethernet and USB (since those are on same chip... do I have to do this to remedy the sluggish performance or is raspbian kernel updated as of now (if I have done apt-get
[13:14] <ShorTie> want higher resolution, use a laptop screen .. :/~
[13:14] <ShorTie> and that is the 'normal' resolution for that size screen
[13:15] <chris_99> not really
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[13:16] <mike_t> hm... not compatible with A and B, bad :(
[13:16] <Stanto> "ShorTie> and that is the 'normal' resolution for that size screen" my phone's higher res and it's smaller :P
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[13:17] <chris_99> theres no such thing as a normal resolution
[13:17] <chris_99> for a set screen size
[13:19] <Darkwell> https://cumulativeparadigms.wordpress.com/2012/08/13/tutorial-1-setting-up-rpi-as-a-torrent-server/
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[13:20] <Darkwell> at the end talks about a kernel patch
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[13:21] <Stanto> "chris_99> for a set screen size" they used to correlate, many moons ago.
[13:21] <Stanto> It's somewhat antiquated thinking these days
[13:21] <Darkwell> not having any problems any ethernet driver crash... just slow responses probably caused by usb/ethernet sluggishness
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[15:29] <Darkwell> hmm newer rpi is gravitating away from Linux ?
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[15:30] <IT_Sean> 6no, Raspbian is still the official OS.
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[15:34] <knob> Darkwell, why you say that? Because of the Windows IoT release?
[15:35] <knob> I think it's good... I don't particularly like Windows, yet the more the merrier.
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[15:35] <knob> Besides, for Microsoft to say "lets do a rPi version", it's big stuff.
[15:37] <IT_Sean> yeah... WinPi is just /another/ choice. The Pi is not "moving away from" Linux.
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[15:40] <knob> I am still amazed at the home-run the rPi hit. The price-point, the functionality, the community... it just converged.
[15:40] <knob> I know Intel has a more powerful board... yet, the community?
[15:40] <knob> And the price-point? Not there.
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[15:41] <knob> I use the rPis for a LOT of projects. They're just so accessible that I throw them into a lot of stuff. Can I do xyz with four 555 timers? Sure... do I know how? Nope.
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[15:43] <sir_phobos> Does anyone have an RPi, hi quality sound card module, and an oscilloscope?
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[15:46] <chris_99> whatcha trying to do sir_phobos
[15:47] <sir_phobos> make a bat call emitter. need clean, loud output around 30-60 kHz
[15:47] <sir_phobos> maybe up to 80
[15:48] <chris_99> heh interesting, what transducer are you gonna use
[15:48] <chris_99> don't upset the poor bats though
[15:48] <sir_phobos> yeah, it's for field tests. during the day :)
[15:48] <sir_phobos> I found a couple... Kobitone 255-400ST16-ROX
[15:49] <sir_phobos> some STEMiNC SMATR10H60X80
[15:49] <chris_99> i've been looking at http://www.active-robots.com/600-series-instrument-transducer but that's probably overkill in terms of frequency output
[15:50] <chris_99> plus it requires 200V
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[15:50] <sir_phobos> actually that looks very similar to the microphone on my bat detectors
[15:50] <sir_phobos> I bet it is the same or similar
[15:50] <sir_phobos> http://www.titley-scientific.com/us/index.php/sd2-with-stainless-microphone
[15:51] <chris_99> if you just want recieve i've just picked up a bunch of MEMS mics
[15:51] <chris_99> that recieve up to 80kHz or so
[15:51] <chris_99> haha $2k eek
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[15:51] <sir_phobos> can they be used as a speaker? i've seen some of these air transducers that can receive or transmit
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[15:52] <chris_99> not the MEMS thing, but the active-robots one can
[15:52] <sir_phobos> I wonder if I could just use one of my mics then
[15:53] <sir_phobos> they look exactly like that
[15:54] <sir_phobos> but, I need to mount this to a drone so I need to keep it light
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[15:54] <sir_phobos> just wondering if any of the HiFi Rpi sound cards can output in that frequency range
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[15:55] <chris_99> what's the max sample rate of that?
[15:55] <sir_phobos> I'd most likely be using 192
[15:55] <sir_phobos> I think my recordings are 24 bit
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[15:56] <sir_phobos> I know a lot of the cards can do 24 bit 192 kHz but I don't know if they are filtering the output at those high frequencies that I need
[15:57] <chris_99> yeah i was wondering about that recently too
[15:57] <sir_phobos> what are you working on?
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[15:59] <chris_99> i'm just looking to record audio around 80kHz-100kHz for acoustic analysis, dunno if you've heard, but inductors/capacitors emit ultrasound within that kind of range from an SMPS etc., which you can potentially pull information from
[15:59] <chris_99> i'm curious if i can pick up any audio from an inkjet piezo head
[16:01] <sir_phobos> what would you do with that
[16:02] <chris_99> attempt to decode it to an image, if that's even remotely possible
[16:02] <sir_phobos> hm
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[16:02] <sir_phobos> maybe
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[16:03] <sir_phobos> you might have to know the position of the piezo head though
[16:03] <chris_99> apparently the printer head has around 90 odd piezos in total iirc, so i'm hoping when they print, enough noise will be emitted
[16:03] <chris_99> sure yeah, theres lots of noise emitted, maybe there will be some noise from the motor too
[16:04] <sir_phobos> well the rpi web site has a page on making a bat detector, I think. let me see
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[16:05] <chris_99> i've just managed to get an stm32f4 disco board, to act as a USB mic, so i need to write some code to get the MEMS mic working with that
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[16:47] <KB3VGW> day 090815
[16:47] <KB3VGW> and the world is still spinning
[16:48] <traeak> ugh
[16:49] <KB3VGW> tell me I am working on the raspi-config and converted it to bash and cleaned up alot of broken code
[16:50] <KB3VGW> and I am working to add in the device tree modules for enable/disable
[16:50] <KB3VGW> so that its easier to us e
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[16:50] <KB3VGW> and then modifying it for our project
[16:51] <KB3VGW> I added networking to it got eth0 and wlan0 into it
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[16:51] <KB3VGW> but building the devicetree menu is a pain in the butt
[16:52] <KB3VGW> I had to also order a new proto board so I can see why the one I have is not working
[16:52] <KB3VGW> wm8731 sound proto board
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[17:22] <Darkwell> if winpi ...it becomes worthless ..at least for me
[17:22] <Armand> Dude, wut ?
[17:23] <IT_Sean> noone is forcing you to use windahs, Darkwell.
[17:23] <chris_99> heh
[17:23] <Darkwell> u run Linux only and headless
[17:23] <IT_Sean> Darkwell: Raspbian is still the offical OS for the Pi.
[17:23] <Darkwell> u = I
[17:24] <Darkwell> good!
[17:24] <Armand> Darkwell: Is there a point to this ?
[17:24] <Darkwell> yes planning my future buys of machine (s)
[17:25] <Armand> And as the Linux distros are primary...
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[17:26] <Darkwell> using Linux helps you to plan what to use your computing power for... window. .. I don't know where cpu power goes...
[17:26] <Armand> But your assertion is redundant.
[17:26] <Armand> 1. No-one is forcing you to use Windows.. it's an option.
[17:27] <Armand> 2. Linux is foremost.
[17:27] <Darkwell> if I buy rpi in future I want to ensure I can run Linux and have native support for that... not redundant afaik
[17:28] <Armand> The suggest that you WON'T be able to use Linux is redundant.
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[17:28] <Armand> *suggestion
[17:28] <Armand> Nor has it EVER been implied.
[17:29] <Darkwell> also conflicting interest with same arch and multiple os:es since there might be time splitting between os:es
[17:29] <nid0> the raspberry pi has always had multiple os's available for it.
[17:29] <Armand> IT_Sean: Do you have any spare batteries for a trolltector-3000 ?
[17:30] <nid0> what software other people produce for the device the foundation sells really doesn't have much to do with anything though
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[17:30] <Darkwell> so the reason why I think wonder is bad for rpi is dividing limited time with an inferior os...
[17:30] <nid0> you know that the raspberry pi foundation don't write/produce/release Windows, right?
[17:31] <nid0> and that Microsoft don't design/make/sell the raspberry pi?
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[17:31] <Armand> Darkwell: Thus far each assertion has been utter batshit... Troll much?
[17:31] <IT_Sean> Armand: Language, please.
[17:32] * ChanServ sets mode +o IT_Sean
[17:32] <Darkwell> and where do you think some of the customers will land? (here)
[17:32] * Darkwell was kicked from #raspberrypi by IT_Sean
[17:32] <Armand> IT_Sean: Sorry, dude.. Just too...
[17:32] <Armand> >_<
[17:32] <IT_Sean> Armand: Also, please, do NOT feed the trolls.
[17:32] <Armand> No probs.
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[17:33] <Darkwell> sorry if my opinion upsets.. 😄
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[17:36] <fred1807> is there any way to make omxplayer play Without sound, other than setting volume to 0 ?
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[17:36] <KB3VGW> mute your speakers
[17:37] <KB3VGW> does it not have a mute option
[17:37] <IT_Sean> fred1807: setting the volume to 0 is how you disable the sound. That is the POINT of the volume control.
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[17:38] <fred1807> I mean, "dont read audio track from movie file" option would also reduce cpu and ram usage? (does vol 0 results in the same economy in resources?)
[17:39] <nid0> in fairness that's not strictly true, with most media players setting volume to 0 means the audio track is still playing but just with 0 volume, whereas you can alternatively disable the audio track entirely
[17:39] <IT_Sean> you could edit the file and delete the audio track, i suppose.
[17:39] <KB3VGW> if its a raspberrypi why are we playing with it and not chowing down
[17:39] <nid0> not that I have any idea whether such a thing is possible with omxplayer
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[17:40] <Apocx_> --vol 0
[17:40] <Apocx_> look at omxplayer's command line parameters
[17:40] <Apocx_> actual 0 is default, so no idea if you can silence audio entirely
[17:41] <Apocx_> you can also specify audio output device with -o, maybe you can set it to something that doesn't exist and it won't complain :P
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[17:41] <fred1807> about sound quality... If I set the audio output to HDMI, I may sute vol to 100, if I want proper digital audio signal without loss in amplitude details, right? If set to analog output, it seems that the maximum volume for the analog, without added gain, is something like 96 and not 100 right? At least it looks like it, in alsamixer internface. So in omxplayer, for the analog, should I set vol to 96 too ?
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[17:42] <fred1807> *when using analog
[17:42] <Apocx_> anyone here ever designed a PCB and gotten it manufactured and assembled (parts included)
[17:44] <chris_99> not i, but http://macrofab.net/ looks kind of interesting, their demo is quite neat
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[17:44] <TheLostAdmin> Not me. I looked into the process for getting PCBs done but never actually went through with it.
[17:45] <Apocx_> macrofab looks neat, but I have a hard time believing they are that cheap
[17:45] <Apocx_> That demo price can't be right
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[17:47] <IT_Sean> Apocx_: that's the price before the processing fee, order handling fee, and additional fees fee.
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[17:48] <Apocx_> Yeah. I have yet to find a pcb & turn-key assembly place that will do 5 boards for less than like $3k
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[17:48] <_Trullo> SanDisk SDSDQUIN-008G-G4 Ultra Imaging Micro SDHC UHS-I Class 10 Memory Card up to 48 MB/s Read - 8 GB
[17:48] <TheLostAdmin> it looks like the demo is also a basic Propeller soc and minimal additional components. So, probably close to right.
[17:48] <_Trullo> does this work with the latest model?
[17:48] <chris_99> Apocx_, 3k eek, what kind of boards are they
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[17:49] <Apocx_> nothing terribly complex. simple Pi Compute boards
[17:49] <KB3VGW> well get a proto board
[17:49] <KB3VGW> and first design it
[17:49] <Apocx_> when all the components are SMD that's a bit more difficult
[17:49] <KB3VGW> and then find a place to do it
[17:50] <Apocx_> and that's actually what I was going to ask--do people who do SMD boards usually just check and double check the design before sending it out and hoping for the best, or do they actually make a prototype themselves in house by manually soldering everything?
[17:50] <KB3VGW> no we did ours with sm and solderglue the first time around
[17:50] <Apocx_> I have yet to try SMD so I have no idea how feasible it is to do a whole board that way
[17:50] <KB3VGW> and baked it in the oven
[17:51] <Apocx_> interesting
[17:51] <KB3VGW> took us 5 tries but we got a working board due to design layout issues
[17:52] <Apocx_> yeah, getting the PCBs alone would be pretty cheap so I'll have to look into that
[17:52] <KB3VGW> but once we knew it worked then we put it into our board system
[17:52] <KB3VGW> adafruit
[17:52] <KB3VGW> has them with or wit out the epprom
[17:53] <Apocx_> I already made a prototype with a Pi 2 and a protoboard
[17:53] <Apocx_> I'm trying to go to the next phase, and convert it to a Compute board
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[17:54] <IT_Sean> I'd like a compute module to play with. But it's so stikkin' expensive compared to a standard Pi...
[17:54] <Apocx_> there will be a lot of trial and error involved so I'm hoping to figure out a way I can rapidly prototype without having to spend thousands for a third-party assembly plant to make them
[17:54] <Apocx_> The module itself is like $40
[17:55] <Apocx_> with the IO board it's $100, but I only need one of those
[17:55] <Apocx_> granted making a custom PCB sure is expensive :P
[17:55] <IT_Sean> aye
[17:56] <Apocx_> I really like the compute module though, played around with it a bit
[17:56] <Apocx_> flashed it with a NoX version of Raspbian so it only uses like 700MB of the 4GB eMMC
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[18:06] <KB3VGW> the boards also come wiht the 0pin pass through connector
[18:06] <KB3VGW> ahh
[18:06] <KB3VGW> wel there ar eplace that will do 2 sided boards cheap
[18:07] <KB3VGW> look at eaglecad site
[18:07] <KB3VGW> Apocx_, https://www.google.com/webhp?sourceid=chrome-instant&rlz=1C1AVNE_enUS650US650&ion=1&espv=2&ie=UTF-8#q=low%20cost%20prototype%20pcb
[18:07] <KB3VGW> look here
[18:08] <KB3VGW> from 12 to 28 bucks for a proto board
[18:08] <KB3VGW> small double sided
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[18:09] <KB3VGW> ok I a out lunch meeting
[18:09] <Apocx_> yeah I searched all that before. I'll probably just get some cheap PCBs done through OSH Park and try my hand at manually placing SMD components
[18:09] <fred1807> was so exited about this new chip board, then I found that you would need a hdmi adaptor to it... https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1598272670/chip-the-worlds-first-9-computer/description
[18:09] <Apocx_> it seems like it may be easier than I thought
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[18:10] <Apocx_> my board is 4 layers but is still pretty cheap through OSH Park
[18:10] <KB3VGW> Apocx_, http://www.banggood.com/SMT-SMD-PCB-Solder-Paste-Adhesive-Glue-Liquid-Dispenser-p-909151.html?currency=USD&createTmp=1&utm_source=google&utm_medium=shopping&utm_content=saul&utm_campaign=Electronic-xiao-us&gclid=CJGG_s_p58cCFQ-PaQodfbYGJg
[18:10] <KB3VGW> this is what we use when we design boards and test
[18:10] <KB3VGW> to put sm in place
[18:10] <Apocx_> cool thanks
[18:10] <Apocx_> yeah I'
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[18:11] <Apocx_> I'm watching a guy on youtube make one with solder glue
[18:11] <KB3VGW> ok
[18:11] <KB3VGW> cool
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[18:11] <Apocx_> Seems a lot more efficient than manually soldering everything :)
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[18:14] <Apocx_> this guy does not know how to focus his camera
[18:14] <fred1807> omxplayer --vol 0 is Not chaing the volume to zero :( videos plays with sound
[18:14] <Apocx_> 0 is the default. maybe a negative value will make it quieter?
[18:15] <Apocx_> otherwise it may only make it louder and you can't make it quieter, which would suck :/
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[18:15] <Apocx_> if it only accepts positive values
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[18:15] <fred1807> oh yeah I remeber that
[18:15] <fred1807> like -6000
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[19:12] <Darkwell> hmm BTW can you add a delay on subs when starting the omxplayer... manage seems not show such option..
[19:12] <Darkwell> manage = man page
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[19:21] <Apocx_> SMD soldering looks so cool, the parts wiggle around and position themselves on the pad
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[20:01] <niston> reflow soldering?
[20:01] <niston> yeah.
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[20:39] <pokmo> hi
[20:39] <pokmo> does anyone know of a cheap bluetooth 4 dongle?
[20:39] <KB3VGW> ebay
[20:40] <pokmo> KB3VGW: i think Asus BT400 is one of the compatible ones, but it's $10 :(
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[20:40] <pokmo> almost half the price of an rpi itself
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[20:41] <IT_Sean> the Pi is cheap, so... yeah... most accessories will be in that range.
[20:41] <KDDLB> lol RS Components just followed me on Twitter =P
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[20:43] <KB3VGW> http://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_trksid=p2050601.m570.l1313.TR2.TRC1.A0.H0.Xbluetooth+4.0+usb+dongle.TRS0&_nkw=bluetooth+4.0+usb+dongle&_sacat=0
[20:43] <KB3VGW> I see them as low as 4 bucks
[20:43] <KB3VGW> so get real and get over it
[20:43] <KB3VGW> learn to get on a search
[20:43] <KB3VGW> ebay has a search engine
[20:44] <KB3VGW> but you get what you payfor
[20:44] <KB3VGW> bewae
[20:44] <KB3VGW> beware
[20:44] <pokmo> KB3VGW: not all BLE dongles will work, right
[20:45] <KB3VGW> nope
[20:45] <pokmo> i only followed the list of compatible dongles
[20:45] <KB3VGW> but I done see a compat list
[20:45] <KB3VGW> crs 4.0
[20:45] <pokmo> sure, there're cheap dongles. i got one for $0.40
[20:46] <pokmo> http://elinux.org/RPi_USB_Bluetooth_adapters
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[20:47] <pokmo> many of those aren't BLE though
[20:47] <KB3VGW> Ok I have just about had enough of this gay vs straight vs religion crap Its time to knock heads
[20:48] <KB3VGW> wrong channel sorry
[20:48] * KB3VGW was kicked from #raspberrypi by IT_Sean
[20:48] <IT_Sean> whoops...
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[20:49] <KB3VGW> IT I hit the wrong channel
[20:49] <IT_Sean> sorry dude... I already fired the kick-a-pult by the time you typed "Wrong channel"
[20:49] <ctrlshftn> lol
[20:50] <KB3VGW> next tiime I will make sure to grab IT_Sean on the out
[20:51] * KDDLB knocks KB3VGW's head
[20:51] <KDDLB> :P
[20:51] <Apocx_> KB3VGW is that a radio callsign or something
[20:51] <KB3VGW> ok well this issue with the wm8731 proto is killing me
[20:52] <KDDLB> Apocx_, somebody said KDDLB was a callsign ;_;
[20:52] <KB3VGW> I follow the steps and enable the dtb in config.txt and its still not loading I took the board and had it checked with a vm and resoldered some poins
[20:53] <Apocx_> was wondering if it was too to be honest KDDLB :O
[20:53] <KDDLB> Apocx_, it's actually the initials of my full name
[20:53] <Apocx_> wow. long name.
[20:53] <KDDLB> yes
[20:53] <IT_Sean> Yeah, really.
[20:53] <Apocx_> I see why you prefer going with the initials :P
[20:53] <KDDLB> hah
[20:55] <KB3VGW> kddlb kick damn dog little boy
[20:55] <KB3VGW> lol
[20:56] <KB3VGW> joking
[20:56] <pokmo> i think i've found a BCM20702 dongle for about $3 http://www.aliexpress.com/item/100pcs-BCM20702-bluetooth-dongle-V4-0-EDR-usb-bluetooth-4-0-adapter-best-quality-OEM-mini/2046693529.html
[20:56] <KB3VGW> ok now I have to figure this out I need the soind
[20:56] <pokmo> i'll give it a shot
[20:57] <KB3VGW> anyone else try getting the wm8731 sound proto board to work
[20:58] <KDDLB> KB3VGW, hehe
[20:58] <KDDLB> bbl
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[21:36] <gr1sha> Is there a way to make something boot only after WiFi adapter boots?
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[21:38] <nid0> by "make something boot" do you mean "run a service"?
[21:42] <Davespice> You could always make your program wait until at least one network interface has a valid IP address?
[21:43] <nid0> assuming so, yes - if you're using sysvinit you can modify the /etc/init.d/ script for your service to include a Required-Start: directive for network, if you're using systemd you edit the systemd unit file for your service to include an After= line to also include network
[21:43] <gr1sha> nid0, well it's not really a daemon
[21:43] <Davespice> Or wlan0 specifically
[21:43] <gr1sha> Davespice, how's it possible?
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[21:44] <MonkehParade> uhm, hey guys
[21:44] <ctrlshftn> hey MonkehParade ^.^
[21:44] <MonkehParade> ctrlshftn!! :D
[21:44] <Davespice> http://raspberrypi.stackexchange.com/questions/6714/how-to-get-the-raspberry-pis-ip-address-for-ssh
[21:45] <Davespice> Have a read of that but use wlan0 instead of eht0
[21:45] <Davespice> eth0 sorry
[21:45] <MonkehParade> .glomp ctrlshftn
[21:45] <ctrlshftn> wrong chan :p
[21:46] <MonkehParade> ctrlshftn: I figured ._.
[21:47] <ctrlshftn> Davespice: you can setup a static address for you ip. Look it up
[21:47] <MonkehParade> ctrlshftn: Davespice: I find it easier to set up avahi instead of having to deal with ip addresses
[21:47] <gr1sha> thanks a lot both nid0 and Davespice
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[21:48] <gr1sha> nid0, you there brother?
[21:48] <nid0> yep
[21:50] <MonkehParade> I bought a micro-sd card to use with my raspberry pi, but no matter how much I flash it, I keep getting kernel panic messages :/
[21:50] <shiftplusone> MonkehParade: is it it a samsung evo?
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[21:51] <MonkehParade> shiftplusone: nope, a kingston 8GB SDHC 4
[21:51] <shiftplusone> No idea then
[21:51] <ctrlshftn> shiftplusone: I have an 2 Evos. They work fine. I read a lot of posts saying they dont work tho
[21:51] <shiftplusone> ctrlshftn: for how long have you been using them?
[21:51] <gr1sha> nid0, will an After= line make sure it'll start after the NIC have a valid address?
[21:51] <shiftplusone> There are some fixes which are relatively new.
[21:52] <ctrlshftn> shiftplusone: one for 8 months now. Another for 4
[21:52] <shiftplusone> oh okay
[21:52] <ctrlshftn> 16gb class 10
[21:52] <shiftplusone> That's the problem with sd card issues... very difficult to pin down
[21:52] <nid0> gr1sha: yes (using an After= line is only relevant to systemd though, make sure you are in fact using that rather than sysvinit if you're going that route as it isn't the default on raspbian)
[21:53] <gr1sha> what route would you suggest?
[21:53] <gr1sha> I'm a total RPi noob
[21:53] <nid0> gr1sha: in the case of either sysvinit or systemd the relevant directive will only fire your program once the network service has fully started, which means that all configured interfaces have actually been brought up
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[21:53] <nid0> if you're just using raspbian, you'll have sysvinit so will want to create/edit the /etc/init.d script for your software
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[21:54] <nid0> bear in mind that it doesn't cover error scenarios though - if networking starts and brings up the interface but your wifi adaptor can't get an address for some reason (your router's down for example) it'll still trigger your software.
[21:55] <gr1sha> I have another test in my software so it's OK
[21:55] <gr1sha> thanks :)
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[21:58] <MonkehParade> https://gist.github.com/ishan-marikar/08f8824c869d2121bfc2
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[21:59] <MonkehParade> ^ that's the output I get when I run e2fsck
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[22:01] <MonkehParade> spent the little money I had to get an sd card for my raspi and it doesn't work ;-;
[22:02] <MonkehParade> gr1sha: what are you buildin?
[22:02] <MonkehParade> *building
[22:02] <KB3VGW> what doi you mean it does not work
[22:02] <KB3VGW> did you flash a img to it
[22:03] <KB3VGW> its it a pi or a pi-2 and what type of sd
[22:03] <KB3VGW> pi2 uses micro sd
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[22:03] <MonkehParade> KB3VGW: raspberry pi 1 b+, micro-sd
[22:03] <MonkehParade> KB3VGW: yes I did flash, multiple times
[22:04] <MonkehParade> I keep getting kernel panic messages
[22:04] <gr1sha> MonkehParade a device the automatically records and uploads stuff to my dropbox
[22:04] <gr1sha> when a another program signals it
[22:04] <TheLostAdmin> MonkehParade, how good is the power supply for your RPi?
[22:05] <TheLostAdmin> If it isn't getting enough power, the Pi can corrupt the SD card just from booting.
[22:05] <AlmtyBob> so I got this temperature sensor: http://osepp.com/products/sensors-arduino-compatible/lm35-temperature-sensor-module/ How would I know what resistor to put between power & data and whether to use 3v3 or 5v on my Pi?
[22:05] <TheLostAdmin> I had that problem my first attempt.
[22:05] <MonkehParade> TheLostAdmin: pretty good i guess. It's an apple iphone charger. It does boot with the previous sd card (4GB) but not with the newer one (8GB)
[22:05] <MonkehParade> a kingston 8GB SDHC 4
[22:06] <KB3VGW> what img you using
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[22:06] <KB3VGW> have you tried the nightly
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[22:06] <MonkehParade> The raspbian image from the site, and also the backup I made of the old iamge
[22:06] <KB3VGW> for raspnbian
[22:06] <MonkehParade> *image
[22:06] <MonkehParade> https://gist.github.com/ishan-marikar/08f8824c869d2121bfc2
[22:07] <MonkehParade> ^ that's the output I get when I run e2fsck
[22:07] <KB3VGW> http://nightly.raspberrypi.org/nightlyimages-v2/
[22:07] <MonkehParade> every time i run e2fsck, I get that
[22:07] <nid0> have you re-imaged the card?
[22:07] <TheLostAdmin> Even if you run it twice in a row?
[22:07] <TheLostAdmin> Have you checked the DOS partition on the SD card too?
[22:07] <KB3VGW> you writing the img on linux windows or mac
[22:08] <MonkehParade> KB3VGW: Linux.
[22:08] <MonkehParade> using dd.
[22:08] <KB3VGW> what size sd and what sped
[22:08] <KB3VGW> is it a call4 / 10 /uhs1 ?
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[22:08] <MonkehParade> a kingston 8GB SDHC 4
[22:09] <KB3VGW> class 4 sd ok
[22:09] <KB3VGW> fdisk the drive
[22:09] <KB3VGW> wipe partitions
[22:09] <KB3VGW> then make a single partition
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[22:09] <KB3VGW> make in win32
[22:09] <KB3VGW> write it to the sd and then redo the dd
[22:10] <KB3VGW> dd if=img.img of=/dev/device bs1024
[22:10] <KB3VGW> bs=1024
[22:10] <MonkehParade> KB3VGW: by win32, you mean fat32, right?
[22:11] <KB3VGW> yes
[22:11] <KB3VGW> and you should look at class 10 sd from here on out
[22:11] <MonkehParade> KB3VGW: I don't have the money :/
[22:11] <KB3VGW> class 4 are slow and out dated
[22:11] <KB3VGW> they are cheap dood
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[22:11] <MonkehParade> KB3VGW: yeah, I don't live where you do
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[22:12] <KB3VGW> https://www.cdw.com/shop/products/Kingston-flash-memory-card-4-GB-microSDHC/2345718.aspx?cm_cat=GoogleBase&cm_ite=2345718&cm_pla=NA-NA-KIN_FL&cm_ven=acquirgy&ef_id=Ve9BJAAABEDJiAv-:20150908201220:s&gclid=CMb9192f6McCFY6EaQodatIEUg&s_kwcid=AL!4223!3!61836302899!!!g!52123830054!
[22:12] <KB3VGW> wher are you bolivia
[22:12] <MonkehParade> Sri Lanka
[22:13] <KB3VGW> CaManDo
[22:13] <KB3VGW> catManDo
[22:13] <KB3VGW> lol
[22:13] <KB3VGW> ok
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[22:13] <TheLostAdmin> does CDW ship worldwide? I bet shipping is more than twice the price of that item.
[22:13] <KB3VGW> http://www.amazon.co.uk/s/?ie=UTF8&keywords=class+10+sd+4gb&tag=googhydr-21&index=aps&hvadid=40769242970&hvpos=1t1&hvexid=&hvnetw=g&hvrand=9778275845901500085&hvpone=&hvptwo=&hvqmt=b&hvdev=c&ref=pd_sl_6vw1h2y655_b
[22:14] <KB3VGW> hope that helps
[22:15] <KB3VGW> back to pounding on the sound proto board
[22:15] <KB3VGW> it should be working
[22:15] <KB3VGW> and its not
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[22:17] <Berg> any one tried out the orange pi's yet?
[22:18] <Berg> hello and good morning world?
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[22:18] <KB3VGW> nope I like my c1+ better
[22:18] <MonkehParade> .. out of curiosity, anybody tried the banana pi?
[22:18] <MonkehParade> the ceo of banana pi added me on facebook o.o
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[22:19] <KB3VGW> I tried 1 it was ok . needed more bananas
[22:19] <KB3VGW> lol
[22:19] <KB3VGW> it lost its apeal
[22:20] <Berg> i wona know if it will last years like the record raspberry has?
[22:20] <AlmtyBob> what record?
[22:20] <Berg> the raspberry one
[22:20] <NedScott> no
[22:20] <KB3VGW> I dont get the naming convention
[22:20] <AlmtyBob> oh, duh, you meant general record, sorry
[22:20] <NedScott> it's Allwinner
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[22:20] <NedScott> and it's the third processor they've used
[22:20] <KB3VGW> why call it a fruit
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[22:21] <KB3VGW> allwinners suck
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[22:21] <KB3VGW> I have blown up 3
[22:21] <Berg> they oranges?
[22:21] <KB3VGW> 2 cubbie boards and 1 truck
[22:21] <KB3VGW> they overheat
[22:21] <KB3VGW> they need to put heatsyncs on them
[22:21] <NedScott> I wouldn't wipe my butt with an orange pi
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[22:22] <NedScott> mostly because that would not be practical, and it would hurt
[22:22] <Berg> thats not their use
[22:22] <NedScott> this is also true
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[22:22] <KB3VGW> NedScott, it would get messy but you would smell better
[22:22] <NedScott> I would also not shave with them
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[22:22] <TheLostAdmin> Why would I want to use a Banana Pi or an Orange Pi over a Raspberry Pi?
[22:22] <Berg> sounds like they have a negative effect on most here
[22:22] <NedScott> I'm a little disappointed with the Pi LCD
[22:22] <NedScott> it's great
[22:22] <NedScott> and better priced than I had feared
[22:22] <NedScott> but
[22:22] <NedScott> that resolution...
[22:23] <NedScott> and the driver board is huge
[22:23] <Berg> better price is no good reason
[22:23] <nid0> TheLostAdmin: there are possible reasons
[22:23] <KB3VGW> all these pi boards are nice and the only reason I use one is because the project wnated it
[22:23] <NedScott> I was really hoping it would basically be the LCD ribbon connected to the Pi's DSI connector
[22:23] <KB3VGW> I like odroid boards more power better ram
[22:23] <NedScott> but I guess that toshiba chip is not small
[22:23] <Berg> the only reason i use raspberry pi is they do what i want
[22:23] <KB3VGW> and the option to use a emmc
[22:23] <Berg> hehehe
[22:23] <TheLostAdmin> nid0, yep. I'm wondering what some of those reasons might be given that I've already got a RPi.
[22:24] <nid0> leaving aside price and going just for the orange/bananapi, one example is the bananapi has a proper gigabit ethernet adaptor
[22:24] <Berg> i need 2 more rpi was looking at oranges and banannas
[22:24] <KB3VGW> look at the hardkernel odroid c1+ it beats the pi hands down
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[22:24] <Berg> I dont need huge network speed
[22:24] <KB3VGW> 1.5 ghz cpu quad core
[22:25] <Berg> relax
[22:25] <TheLostAdmin> Those would be legit reasons.
[22:25] <KB3VGW> better perfomance and responce time
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[22:25] <Berg> longevity ?
[22:25] <KB3VGW> and the choice of a emmc module over sd for speed and performance
[22:25] <Berg> 24/7 running for years?
[22:25] <KB3VGW> yes
[22:26] <KB3VGW> I have a c1 thats 2 years old and still running and I just got 3 c1+
[22:26] <Berg> does it run 24/7?
[22:26] <MonkehParade> so, what do you guys actually do with your pies.
[22:26] <KB3VGW> and my U3 U2 and X2 are all still up and running for more then 4 years
[22:26] <KB3VGW> yes
[22:26] <Berg> MINES RUNNI8NG MY SOLAR SYSTEM
[22:26] <KB3VGW> it runs our local repeater
[22:27] <nid0> MonkehParade: This is my most recent project, there's a pi 2 in the box: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YNW5ZiUP7KI
[22:27] <TheLostAdmin> One of my Pis is a stealth camera. The other is a remote desktop server (to let me get into my home network).
[22:27] <KB3VGW> my u3 is my android tv
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[22:27] <TheLostAdmin> both are just a hobby thing to mess around with.
[22:27] <KB3VGW> my u2 is a railbot
[22:27] <KB3VGW> and my x2 is a desktop system
[22:28] <KB3VGW> and my xu4 just got shipped today wich is going to be my desktop pc
[22:28] <Berg> im making a water taqnk monotor and running the pumps between tanks
[22:28] <HeroYoojin> What's up with adduser? I made an account with adduser myname and logged into myname and startx'ed but when I got in the taskbar was flashing and it wouldn't finish loading. (Raspbian)
[22:28] <Berg> thats why i need 2 more rpi
[22:28] <KB3VGW> the repeater is not a toy for us
[22:28] <HeroYoojin> It's completely vanilla. No addons. Just sudo apt-get update / upgrade, and adduser. then startx then it doesn't work!
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[22:28] <HeroYoojin> Instead I get this flashing taskbar that looks like it's trying to start but doesn't ever fully start, just a white rectangle at the top of the screen occasionally crashing.
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[22:29] <KB3VGW> we are even developing new repeater boards to go on the pi and c1 boards
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[22:29] <Berg> you add groups to you user?
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[22:30] <HeroYoojin> Berg That'll be it.
[22:30] <HeroYoojin> Berg Let me take that idea hold on.
[22:30] <Berg> :)
[22:31] <Encrypt> So, I've just encryped the system of my laptop
[22:31] <Encrypt> That's easy and cool :D
[22:31] <Encrypt> encrypted*
[22:31] <TheLostAdmin> until you lose the encryption key.
[22:31] <Encrypt> Yeah
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[22:32] <Encrypt> TheLostAdmin, I'll remember it! I have to. :P
[22:32] <KB3VGW> http://openrepeater.com/blog/a-sneak-peak-at-the-future-of-openrepeater
[22:32] <KB3VGW> thats the board for the pi
[22:32] <TheLostAdmin> Have you done the key management appropriately so that if someone steals your laptop, they don't get the key? Is the key cryptographically random?
[22:32] <KB3VGW> but we have to fix the sound issue
[22:32] <biberao> hey
[22:32] <biberao> is banana surpassing rpi?
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[22:32] <TheLostAdmin> Is it sufficiently large to not compromise the encryption algorythm?
[22:32] <IT_Sean> Does it smell of bacon?
[22:33] <TheLostAdmin> If your encryption smells of bacon, you did something wrong.
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[22:33] <Encrypt> :D
[22:33] <IT_Sean> No... you did something RIGHT!
[22:33] <IT_Sean> Bacon makes everything better.
[22:34] <Encrypt> Eh eh :D
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[22:34] <TheLostAdmin> I'm not sure I agree with your first statement, but I accept the second as a truism, IT_Sean.
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[22:34] <KB3VGW> does the pi-2 microusb power port function as a otg ?
[22:34] <KB3VGW> or is it just power
[22:34] <TheLostAdmin> just power
[22:35] <IT_Sean> TheLostAdmin: I offer you a simpe choice: 1) Seriousily Strong Encryption. or 2) Seriousily Strong Encryption with BACON!
[22:35] <KB3VGW> grr needs to be a otg
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[22:35] <KB3VGW> c1+ wins
[22:35] <TheLostAdmin> Can I skip the encryption and just have the bacon?
[22:35] <HeroYoojin> Berg: Log in "pi" -> run groups, run groups mynewaccount, see that lists differ, run usermod -G new,list,of,groups -> logout, login mynewuser -> startx, CHACHING BABY
[22:35] <IT_Sean> TheLostAdmin: No.
[22:35] <HeroYoojin> Berg xD I'm so lame.
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[22:36] <Berg> its ok
[22:36] <Berg> all wins are good
[22:36] <HeroYoojin> Berg "I'm in"
[22:36] <Berg> excellent
[22:36] * IT_Sean sends TheLostAdmin some encrypted bacon
[22:37] <Berg> yumm bacon
[22:37] <KB3VGW> if it was a otg then it could be a usb local network interface like the bbblack board
[22:37] <TheLostAdmin> mhmmm ... okay, you win IT_Sean.
[22:38] <KB3VGW> ok now to figure out how to file a bug on this issue
[22:38] <KB3VGW> I have futzed with it enough to know it should be working
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[22:39] <TheLostAdmin> KB3VGW, the OTG thing?
[22:40] <KB3VGW> no
[22:40] <KB3VGW> the soundboard proto issue
[22:40] <KB3VGW> the otg is just something would make the board have more power
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[22:44] <KB3VGW> tha way you could work on it with out having the serial interface and no need for internet all the time
[22:44] <KB3VGW> with the otg idea
[22:45] <nid0> if you can plug in a usb cable for local networking, why cant you plug in a cat 5?
[22:45] <KB3VGW> http://www.mikroe.com/add-on-boards/audio-voice/audio-codec-proto/
[22:45] <KB3VGW> the idea is to be able to take it with you in the field and still work on php code and other code with out it having to be on the internet
[22:46] <KB3VGW> like you can with the bbblack
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[22:46] <nid0> rj45 is not synonymous with internet
[22:46] <KB3VGW> and now with the odroid c1+ ONCE i FINISH SETTING IT UP
[22:46] <nid0> you can connect a direct network connection via rj45 just as easily as you can via usb
[22:46] <KB3VGW> ON NOT HAVING TO BE N WIFI EITHER
[22:47] <KB3VGW> just plug it in get a web server and other software you run on it and work with out having to worry about setting up the network where ever you go
[22:47] <KB3VGW> http://www.mikroe.com/add-on-boards/audio-voice/audio-codec-proto/
[22:48] <KB3VGW> this is the sound board that is = to the raspi-proto and its not working
[22:48] <KB3VGW> and I amd going to shoot it
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[22:49] <KB3VGW> it ids but cant get it to load up
[22:50] <brethil> I’m using raspbian and the sudo command does not require a password when called. Is this normal behaviour?
[22:50] <nid0> yes
[22:50] <brethil> and why does it do this?
[22:51] <KB3VGW> because the pi user is in the root group on sudo
[22:51] <nid0> the most direct answer is because that's how its configured
[22:51] <KB3VGW> and it might have a NOPASSWD function set
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[22:51] <nid0> the slightly extended answer is that the root user is disabled with no password by default, so sudo asking for a password would leave you kind of stuck
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[22:54] <KB3VGW> no sudo if setup properly uses the user password not the root passwd
[22:54] <KB3VGW> so that is incorrect
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[22:54] <KB3VGW> its mostlikly setup to use NOPASSRD in the sudoers config file
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[22:55] <KB3VGW> for the pi user
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[22:58] <KB3VGW> take time and read the /etc/sudoers file
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[23:08] <KB3VGW> ok where is a good site to upload photos for review and post info
[23:08] <KB3VGW> as the breack out board I am using is from my c1 but the pi and c1 pins are 40 pin exact just diff labeling on the board
[23:09] <KB3VGW> as I had it on hand
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[23:13] <KB3VGW> ?
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[23:31] <AlmtyBob> KB3VGW: http://imgur.com/ ?
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[23:33] <KB3VGW> 0k thnks
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[23:36] <AlmtyBob> oh yikes, if I want to read an analog temperature sensor do I need to buy a hardware analog-to-digital convertor?
[23:37] <chris_99> you can get 1-wire temp sensors
[23:37] <chris_99> that are digital
[23:37] <chris_99> that work easily with the pi
[23:37] <AlmtyBob> this is what I got: http://osepp.com/products/sensors-arduino-compatible/lm35-temperature-sensor-module/
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[23:38] <AlmtyBob> and damn, the sound sensor I got is analog too
[23:38] <MonkehParade> KB3VGW: it just finised flashing.
[23:39] <MonkehParade> .. KB3VGW, still the same error.
[23:39] <KB3VGW> http://imgur.com/4bWytXE http://imgur.com/Pxc7Vv9 the writing on the 40pin is for the c1 but they are the same pin for pin
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[23:40] <KB3VGW> then you have a board issue
[23:40] <KB3VGW> is this a pi 1 or a pi2
[23:41] <KB3VGW> you can get the snsors
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[23:41] <AlmtyBob> me?
[23:41] <KB3VGW> no the mouse in your pocket
[23:41] <AlmtyBob> I've got both, currently working on an RPi 1
[23:41] <AlmtyBob> would use my 2 if I had to
[23:42] <KB3VGW> AlmtyBob, try booting it on the pi2
[23:42] <KB3VGW> and see what happens
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[23:42] <AlmtyBob> booting my sensor?
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[23:42] <KB3VGW> MonkehParade,
[23:42] <AlmtyBob> or did you mean MonkehParade's board issue?
[23:42] <k_j> hi
[23:42] <AlmtyBob> kk
[23:42] <KB3VGW> sorry
[23:42] <KB3VGW> LO
[23:43] <KB3VGW> lo =k_j
[23:43] <KB3VGW> lol
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[23:43] <AlmtyBob> hmph, maybe I'll just wire up my pi to my arduino
[23:43] <k_j> i need to programmatically detect if an hdmi or other daiply is attached to the rpi, do you know how to do this?
[23:43] <KB3VGW> why
[23:44] <MonkehParade> k_j: tvservice or cec-client
[23:44] <KB3VGW> just cat the dmesg log and grep it for hdmi attach detect
[23:44] <KB3VGW> it logs it every time
[23:44] <KB3VGW> a cable is plugged in if I recall
[23:46] <MonkehParade> k_j: tvservice -o
[23:46] <k_j> but i need to know the code
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[23:46] <MonkehParade> wait, no.
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[23:46] <k_j> or maybe there 's a file in /sys which tells this
[23:47] <MonkehParade> k_j: tvservice -s | grep "TV is off"
[23:47] <MonkehParade> k_j: check the return code of that
[23:48] <MonkehParade> programatically run that command, and check the return code
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[23:57] <KB3VGW> AlmtyBob, did you enable the spi/i2c
[23:57] <MonkehParade> KB3VGW: The older memory card works
[23:57] <KB3VGW> and load the kernel modules
[23:57] <KB3VGW> MonkehParade, then its a bad card send it back
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[23:58] <KB3VGW> man doing this menu to replace the current raspi-config
[23:59] <KB3VGW> its growing to big but its all functions needed
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