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IRC Log for 2015-09-11

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[0:51] <RusAlex> hi everyone
[0:51] <RusAlex> is it good Idea to buy raspberrypi for playing 720p videos from a flash drive ?
[0:52] <methuzla> it's not a bad idea
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[0:54] <RusAlex> I found linux mplayer really useful, it's features: stop, step forward, reduce/increase playback speed . Does omxplayer has similar features?
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[0:55] <methuzla> http://elinux.org/Omxplayer
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[1:10] <Berg> is the usb in a rpi2 usb2 or usb3?
[1:11] <giddles> 2
[1:11] <Berg> thanks
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[1:16] <traeak> even if it were usb3 the rpi2 couldn't deal with it
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[1:27] <Berg> my vnc is opening with user root?
[1:27] <Berg> grr
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[1:39] <at0m> traeak: usb3 is backwards compatible. reduced speeds ofc.
[1:40] <at0m> or you mean pi's chip cant deal with usb3 even if it were mounted
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[1:43] <Berg> how do i force my vnc to start in pi user its starting in root now
[1:44] <ShorTie> x11vnc
[1:45] <Berg> tightvncserver
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[1:46] <ShorTie> ya, that 1 doesn't like to use screen 0
[1:46] <ShorTie> try x11vnc
[1:46] <Berg> no
[1:46] <ShorTie> �k�� ��K��
[1:46] <giddles> you have a root?
[1:46] <giddles> beside root :D
[1:46] <giddles> common its pi @tighvnc
[1:46] <Berg> i have xtightvncclient in my main machine will it still work with x11vnc?
[1:47] <Berg> it dosnt like 0
[1:47] <Berg> \thats what the no was for
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[1:47] <ShorTie> most likely, i use all kinds of different vnc's and they all connect
[1:47] <Berg> ok will try
[1:49] <Berg> takes a long time to install gedit
[1:49] <Berg> grrr
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[2:07] <at0m> Berg: dusted off my pi B today, installed woflson card on it. remembered where i got that smile when i got my first quadcore v2.
[2:07] <at0m> wolfson, even
[2:08] <Berg> i never had a older pi
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[2:08] <Berg> i might get one to see
[2:08] <at0m> they're like, much slower
[2:08] <Berg> im a bit crazy
[2:08] <Berg> i got the x11vnc working
[2:08] <at0m> :)
[2:09] <Berg> the screen is too big i need to set its size?
[2:09] <Berg> sudo x11vnc -xkb -noxrecord -noxfixes -noxdamage -display :0 -auth /var/run/lightdm/root/:0 -usepw
[2:09] <at0m> why not get used to commandline? so much more efficient
[2:09] <Berg> ooo im used to command liner
[2:09] <Berg> im not to bad at it
[2:09] <Berg> i just like to edit my scripts on desktop
[2:11] <at0m> ssh $host nano $file is too fast?
[2:11] <Berg> i get brain lag in the speed
[2:11] <Berg> :)
[2:11] <at0m> :)
[2:11] <Berg> how do i pre set the x11vnc display size?
[2:12] <Berg> just add 1320x690?
[2:12] <at0m> Berg: if you're VNC'ing an existing desktop, that desktop sets the size. all you can do is scale.
[2:13] <Berg> its broken
[2:13] <pksato> -geometry 1320x690
[2:13] <pksato> -geometry is a commum paramater to set size on x11 apps.
[2:14] <Berg> ok thanks
[2:15] <pksato> but, is not screen resolution. Is a scaling from real display.
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[2:15] <Berg> yes it fite my desktop
[2:15] <Berg> that worked
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[3:03] <pksato> check end of intro https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HOqBInoDEhE
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[3:07] <Khajiit> hello!
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[3:07] <Khajiit> remember me guys?
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[3:08] <The_borg> hi
[3:08] * The_borg is now known as The_Borg
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[3:09] <Khajiit> anyone know any screens that can be reused as a raspi screen? REUSED not bought
[3:10] <The_Borg> your desktop screen
[3:10] <The_Borg> if it can plug in you can use it?
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[3:11] <pksato> all most small ttf screen from old bar cellphones
[3:11] <The_Borg> hmm
[3:12] <The_Borg> so if i have a cell phone it can plug into my pi?
[3:12] <The_Borg> im going shopping
[3:12] <ali1234> not but it can plug in to a raspberry pi
[3:12] <The_Borg> thats what i just says
[3:12] <The_Borg> <---said that
[3:12] <ali1234> oh i misread that as pc
[3:13] <The_Borg> my PC monitor plugs into my pi
[3:13] <ali1234> yeah but you can't plug a cell phone screen into a PC without extra hardware
[3:13] <Khajiit> The_Borg, yeah but i wanted a portable one one and i need an adaptor for an old vga monitor
[3:13] <The_Borg> i feel a brain insperation building u
[3:14] <The_Borg> put your monitor on a trolly along with a shelf for a battery bingo
[3:14] <The_Borg> I dont wona
[3:14] <The_Borg> nope
[3:15] <ali1234> was any one else hoping the DSI screen would be a bit smaller? like 4" instead of 7"
[3:15] <pksato> http://www.module.ro/nokia_3510.html
[3:15] <The_Borg> anyway i just got my rpi2 up and running wiith the lxde desktop
[3:15] <The_Borg> its running remote desktop now
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[3:20] <KDDLB> oh yay, my Pi is in the US office of the shipping company
[3:20] <KDDLB> they shall ship it to the Chilean office, and then they'll ship it to me
[3:21] <KDDLB> :D
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[3:52] <The_Borg> i ordered my rpi2 x 2 from australia
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[3:52] <The_Borg> i knoiw silly thing to do
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[3:52] <The_Borg> took all of 3 days
[3:52] <The_Borg> :)
[3:52] <KDDLB> lol
[3:52] <hinv> The_Borg, depends on where you are
[3:53] <KDDLB> it'll take at least two weeks
[3:53] <KDDLB> :P
[3:53] <The_Borg> im in australia
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[3:53] <giddles> with manual?
[3:53] <The_Borg> yeah
[3:53] <giddles> damn
[3:53] <The_Borg> 2 manuals
[3:53] <giddles> 2
[3:53] <giddles> wtf
[3:53] <hinv> I would rather a odroid, but the pi2 is good too
[3:53] <giddles> :D
[3:53] <giddles> i ordered 9, no manual
[3:53] <The_Borg> the manual was free
[3:54] <The_Borg> im gona order 2 more
[3:54] <The_Borg> just for fun
[3:54] <giddles> odroid got a killermachine?
[3:54] <giddles> or was it something elese
[3:54] <The_Borg> orange
[3:54] <The_Borg> banana
[3:54] <The_Borg> pineaple
[3:54] <The_Borg> shreaded wheat
[3:54] <The_Borg> fruit salad
[3:55] <giddles> pardon
[3:55] <giddles> cubieboard
[3:55] <The_Borg> i was looking at them gertboards
[3:56] <The_Borg> i think thats how you spell it
[3:57] <giddles> i like rpi
[3:57] <giddles> they are real whores ;) and rpi2 fast
[3:58] <giddles> 1,5metre fall down
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[3:58] <giddles> it works as nothing happened
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[3:58] <giddles> brutal 24/7 use since 1.1.2015
[3:59] <giddles> no hardware problems since that
[3:59] <giddles> rpi is the unimog :)
[4:00] <Berg> well my rpi2 on my solar charges says its been up for 35 days
[4:00] <Berg> poor pi
[4:00] <giddles> http://www.toptenz.net/wp-content/uploads/2009/09/overloaded-unimog.jpg
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[4:01] <Berg> they not full
[4:01] <Berg> can fit heaps on the front bumper
[4:01] <giddles> b+, 100% load, no problemo
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[4:02] <giddles> i5 4690k, 100% load at 3,9;3,8...ghz near meltdown
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[4:02] <Berg> my rpi2 get to about 28%
[4:02] <Berg> thats about max
[4:02] <giddles> try motion
[4:02] <giddles> :)
[4:02] <Berg> why
[4:02] <giddles> i run a suvelliance system with my pi's
[4:03] <Berg> i only care it runs my stuff
[4:03] <Berg> not much there
[4:03] <giddles> rpi made my life a little bit smarter
[4:03] <giddles> :)
[4:03] <The_Borg> dont listen to Berg he's a loony
[4:03] * The_Borg kicks berg
[4:04] * The_Borg kicks berg again
[4:04] <The_Borg> :)
[4:04] <giddles> ah im a fully retard :) so
[4:04] <giddles> too munch sudo..
[4:04] <The_Borg> I have root accdess if i need it
[4:04] <The_Borg> <------ruler of the world
[4:04] * Berg kicks The_Borg
[4:05] <giddles> assimilate
[4:05] <giddles> %)
[4:05] <giddles> i would be happy bout sata
[4:05] <giddles> but ya i knew, soc do not allow
[4:05] <Berg> for my next trick i want my OS on a usb stick
[4:06] <Berg> the dietpi allows for that
[4:06] <giddles> my rpi with connected hdd consume about 7w ;)
[4:06] <giddles> so gn8
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[4:06] <hinv> giddles what hdd?
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[4:21] <fred1807> wonder, how can I get the url of this stream, so I can play it on omxplayer ??
[4:21] <fred1807> http://www.worldsurfleague.com/events/2015/mct/1281/hurley-pro-at-trestles/live
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[4:42] <Berg> 142.54.228.135
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[4:55] <Berg> http://pastebin.com/hZRC4FCe
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[5:00] <NerdsMcGee> Hey all, I'm having an issue with my Pi2 running ubuntu MATE 15.04; It's pretty much a fresh SD image, with Quassel and Synergy running, but I'm having a problem where the Pi hard locks. Power is supplied by an iPad 10w charger, and no pixel of doom, so I don't think it's power related.
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[5:01] <NerdsMcGee> Also, syslog doesn't have any useful information, and when the lock occurs, the screen is frozen solid, with no response on SSH / Ping, etc.
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[5:10] <choki> Anyone got fading slideshows on its pi? Im gonna try pqiv today with fade option. Let's gonna see how performance ist
[5:11] <choki> But I guess it's fast enough I mean you can even watch HD vids on the pi so, why not? I dont know if pqiv is hardware accelerated :/
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[5:52] <thevaliantx> anyone home?
[5:52] <thevaliantx> i am looking for assistance buying raspberry pi 2, books, etc.
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[5:55] <Ertain> Hello everyone. I'm trying to mount my SD card which has Raspbian on my Linux Mint computer. The problem is that the volume won't mount. I've tried using fsck on it, but that returns an error about a bad superblock. So I don't know where to go with this.
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[5:57] <choki> Ertain: Does the 'pi boot from the sd card?
[5:57] <Ertain> Yes it does, choki
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[5:59] <choki> hmm weird ;/
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[6:03] <Ertain> choki If you want, I can show you the output of 'disk -l'.
[6:03] <choki> sorry idk why it won't mount. i guess you wanna mount it on your computer to put some files on it?
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[6:05] <Ertain> Yes, choki
[6:05] <thevaliantx> my son and i are looking for help getting into Raspberry. We have been learning Python. I was on the Amazon website yesterday and quickly became overwhelmed with the array of products and the wide variety of reviews on said products. we also went to the adafruit website and saw that their stuff is very expensive.
[6:05] <Coldblackice> ?
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[6:06] <thevaliantx> which book is best? which kit? which product?
[6:06] <choki> thevaliantx: i bought my pi's (model b 1st gen) from pihut. i really can recommend them!
[6:06] <thevaliantx> choki okay will take a look at them.
[6:06] <thevaliantx> thanks
[6:07] <choki> thevaliantx: but i can't recommend a book as i only got informations from the web yet
[6:07] <thevaliantx> we're not looking to do anything specific, just learn how to interface with external hardware using Python...but some things we saw in videos that you can do with Python really amazed us :)
[6:07] <Ertain> Get a Raspberry Pi, model B+, then get a micro SD card, put a distribution like Raspbian on it, then plug it into the Raspberry Pi, power it on (it uses one of those mini USB cables), and go from there. ;)
[6:08] <thevaliantx> Ertain: should those things be purchased separately, or is there a kit you recommend?
[6:08] <thevaliantx> ah, you did say ''....then" :)
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[6:09] <choki> thevaliantx: i think most shops out there provide a kit which saves you some money!
[6:10] <Ertain> I think there is a kit on the adafruit website. Either that, or you could add on the parts on the adafruit webstie.
[6:10] <thevaliantx> we saw some kits on Amazon, and though the overall ratings we very good, the negative ones left me in doubt.
[6:12] <choki> haha
[6:12] <choki> yeah i dont trust amazon
[6:12] <OneM_Industries> There will always be negative reviews.
[6:12] <Ertain> I just got my Raspberry Pis from Fry's electronics.
[6:12] <OneM_Industries> No matter how good the product, nothing is 100%.
[6:17] <choki> thevaliantx: which cool vids did u see? :)
[6:18] <thevaliantx> hang on a sec.
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[10:06] <AlmtyBob> am I crazy or is my new Pi2 runninng with 16 bit color?
[10:06] <AlmtyBob> My gradient-having wallpaper has pretty bad bands
[10:09] <shiftplusone> Yes, I believe 16bit is default
[10:11] <AlmtyBob> looking around it seems like setting it higher is a bad idea
[10:11] <AlmtyBob> oh well, no biggie I guess
[10:13] <Armand> Discussing new house plans last night.. Now I'll have to buy about 8 rPis. :P
[10:13] <AlmtyBob> I often have little annoyance with things like that in the RPi, then I remember $42 and I'm no longer annoyed
[10:14] <AlmtyBob> Armand: for automation?
[10:14] <Armand> Yeah, pretty much.
[10:14] <Armand> A lot of monitoring and control for various things.
[10:14] <AlmtyBob> I just hacked this together for fun: http://images5.alphacoders.com/293/293739.jpg
[10:15] <AlmtyBob> http://ramenite.net/acinterface.PNG
[10:15] <Armand> Noice
[10:15] <AlmtyBob> remotely control my AC and use machine vision to tell if it's off or on (no discrete power IR signals)
[10:16] <Armand> I am installing basic climate control in the garage, not full A/C.
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[10:17] <Armand> I also want a weather station and power monitoring.
[10:18] <AlmtyBob> what sort of power monitoring?
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[10:18] <AlmtyBob> I don't know if you have fancy plans for the weather station, but the AM2302 I picked up for my project works great and is pretty easy: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00Z5Y5UEM?psc=1&redirect=true&ref_=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_s00
[10:19] <Armand> Generation from solar & wind, battery levels, load, etc.
[10:19] <AlmtyBob> nice
[10:21] <Armand> I want to make the house as self-sufficient as I can.. that starts with the garage/mancave. ^_^
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[10:44] <Armand> Need to get an AC/DC transformer. :/
[10:46] <Armand> �30.. Not bad.
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[10:55] <Berg> what do you need a ac/dc tranfoormer for Armand
[10:55] <Armand> Backup failover for the solar.
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[10:55] <Berg> so a battery charger?
[10:55] <Armand> Nope.
[10:55] <Berg> you have batteries?
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[10:56] <Armand> The solar panels will charge the batteries, but when they run low the AC/DC will kick in to take over.
[10:56] <Armand> Yup.. 5x 12v @7Ah.
[10:56] <Berg> ooo not much storage
[10:56] <Armand> It's good for a few SBCs, easily.
[10:56] <Berg> i have 110 ah for house lights and 300ah for fridge
[10:57] <Armand> Needs more panels though.. I'm already eyeing up some 100/120W panels.
[10:57] <Armand> Everything I'm running will be 12/5v.
[10:57] <Berg> i run 15amp battery chargers off the free power i get duing the day from solar
[10:57] <Armand> :)
[10:58] <Armand> I'll have lots of USB ports in the garage, for phone charging and whatnots.
[10:58] <Berg> how much for 120watt panel?
[10:58] <Berg> i have lots running the pi and relays usb
[10:59] <Armand> Maybe about �100
[10:59] <Berg> what are you using to step down to usb power?
[10:59] <Berg> 200DOLLARS!
[10:59] <Berg> cost about 400 here
[10:59] <Berg> dolars
[11:01] <Armand> The charge controller works at 12v, then I have variable regulators outputting 5.25v to compensate for the USB boards.
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[11:02] <Berg> are they a solid 5v?
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[11:02] <Berg> i charge my batteries to about 14volt
[11:02] <Berg> they drop back to 13.20 volts when fully charged
[11:03] <Berg> will your regulators stay at 5v?
[11:03] <Armand> The batteries are all 12v.
[11:03] <Berg> yes
[11:03] <Armand> Should do, so long as there's a consistent 12v supply.
[11:03] <Berg> and when charging they need to go higher to take a charge
[11:03] <Armand> They seem to charge ok with the 20W panel.
[11:04] <Armand> But I need bigger.
[11:04] <Berg> how high do they charge too?
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[11:04] <Armand> No idea.. But the switching controller has a cut-off threshold to turn the AC/DC off.
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[11:04] <Berg> if your vharge controller is set to 12v max then they are not fully charging
[11:05] <Armand> I'll have to look into that.
[11:05] <Berg> yes
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[11:05] <Berg> to be fully charged a 12volt lead acid needs be charged to 13.2
[11:06] <Berg> then you use them down to 12.2
[11:06] <Berg> not lower
[11:06] <Berg> this is the ideal running range
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[11:06] <Armand> I think the drop-off for AC/DC is around 11.6, but I'll have to check with the dev guy who made the controller.
[11:07] <Berg> thats too low it will damage the batteries
[11:08] <Berg> your solar charge controller should be set to stop charging at 14volt
[11:08] <at0m> http://www.theguardian.com/science/2015/sep/10/homeopathy-conference-in-germany-goes-awry-as-delegates-take-lsd-like-drug
[11:08] <Armand> Not sure if it's quite that good.. May need to replace it.
[11:08] <at0m> oops sorry
[11:08] <Armand> fnaar
[11:08] <at0m> wrong keyb
[11:08] * Berg makes corny faces
[11:09] <Berg> so working range for lead acid is 13.20 to 12.20
[11:09] <Berg> just a safe amount
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[11:14] <Armand> Berg: Looks like most of the charge controllers have a decent max cut-off.
[11:15] <Armand> Now, it would be nice if I could find a decent webserver that supports Apache rewrites. :P
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[11:17] <Berg> you need a web server to run your pi with?
[11:17] <Berg> what softwear you using?
[11:17] <Berg> ware
[11:17] <Armand> Nothing as yet.
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[11:17] <Armand> Still in planning.
[11:17] <Berg> python has several webservers
[11:17] <Berg> i use bottle.py
[11:17] <Armand> I may well be using ODroids for webservers, more likely.. but the same principles apply.
[11:18] <Armand> The sites will most likely be HTML/PHP
[11:18] <Armand> Simple stuffs.
[11:18] <Berg> http://gallery.anotherpower.com/main.php/v/bergs+place/?g2_page=5
[11:18] <Berg> look at the guage thats running in a bottle server html5
[11:19] <Berg> no php
[11:19] <Berg> yuk
[11:19] <Armand> lol
[11:19] <Armand> It will be dictated by demand... We're familiar with PHP.
[11:19] <Berg> yeah
[11:19] <Berg> liker me and python
[11:20] <Armand> I know practically nothing about coding, but we work with client sites using PHP every day.
[11:20] <Armand> My colleague/housemate LOVES Python.
[11:20] <Berg> im using a graph using html5 there are lots about you just need to plug data into
[11:21] <Armand> :)
[11:21] <Armand> I'll let the codey-guys decide how the software goes together.
[11:21] <Berg> just search the web for free html5 graph for storing battery levels
[11:21] <Armand> Will do
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[11:22] <Armand> I mostly care about the hardware.. I let my code-monkehs do the codey-stuffs.
[11:22] <Berg> monkey is good name for pion
[11:22] <Armand> ;)
[11:23] <Berg> they feel better for it
[11:23] <Armand> I have two SysOps/Dev guys that will work out the software side.
[11:23] <Berg> its sorta one level up from serf
[11:23] <Armand> Hahahaa
[11:23] <Berg> i do me own code
[11:23] <Berg> i steal a lot from the web
[11:24] <Armand> I would only steal.. I don't know how to do anything codey from scratch.
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[11:24] <Berg> me either
[11:24] <Berg> https://sourceforge.net/projects/raspberrypirelaycontroller/
[11:24] <Berg> i did that
[11:24] <Berg> it works
[11:25] <Berg> i use that to recharge my battery bank duing the day
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[11:26] <Berg> time for sleep
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[13:52] <jodel> i got the new 7" touchscreen and it works fine with raspbian. however, i'd like to use it with a custom buildroot environment as well
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[13:52] <jodel> does anyone know which packages, modules or whatever i need to get it up and running?
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[15:01] <kolla> If I have two RPis, and I want to set up a null-modem connection between them, do I really need two RS232 shields or MAX3232 (one for each pi), and a serial cable - or, can I skip the MAX3232 part and connect them two pies by a ribbon cable directly, since they are both 3V etc?
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[15:05] <kolla> meaning, can I connect TX on one pi to RX on the other, and vice versa, and it will work?
[15:06] <kolla> and ground
[15:06] <kolla> maybe I will just try and see :)
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[15:19] <t3chguy> buffers.pl 5.1, highmon.pl 2.5, iset.pl 3.9, parse_relayed_msg.pl 1.8, autosort.py 2.5, buffer_autoset.py 0.8, clone_scanner.py 1.4, colorize_nicks.py 21, grep.py 0.7.5, prism.py 0.2.8, responsive_layout.py 0.7, screen_away.py 0.14, title.py 0.6, unwanted_msg.py 0.1, weestats.py 0.2
[15:19] <t3chguy> whoops, wrong buffer
[15:19] <t3chguy> ignore that, sorry
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[15:31] <password2> screens!
[15:32] * zer0her0 thinks of Oprah Bees! meme
[15:33] <password2> when/where can i get the official screen?
[15:33] <password2> i see Rs dont have it listed yet
[15:34] <Myrtti> depends on where you're living
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[15:36] <password2> South africa
[15:36] <pksato> http://cpc.farnell.com/pi-display7-lp
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[15:37] <password2> I'd hope the screen being cheaper
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[15:38] <password2> but thanx for the link
[15:38] <pksato> or local reseller.
[15:39] <password2> the only local one is RS afaik
[15:40] <pksato> where you purchased raspberry pi.
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[15:40] <password2> i purchased it at RS-components
[15:41] <pksato> ask for availability of pi-display.
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[15:42] <password2> i guess I'd have to
[15:42] <password2> maybe their just slow on updating their site
[15:42] <sla_erick_> Hi everyone, does someone know where I can find the latest and updated instructions on how to build a kernel in OS X Yosemite?
[15:43] <password2> Oh yeah , i actually had another q , the NOIR cam , how difficult would it be to add a IR filter , or how difficult would it be to remove IR filter from the normal one?
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[15:44] <zer0her0> password2, um why? i'm pretty sure i remember an interview saying the filter is glued onto the sensor (but i could be wrong)
[15:45] <password2> because i would like both
[15:45] <pksato> very hard to remove.
[15:45] <pksato> buy both versions.
[15:45] <password2> I'm afraid i might get bored of the NOIR cam
[15:45] <password2> or just spend my money better
[15:45] <pksato> noir come with piece of filter.
[15:45] <zer0her0> then save up by the time you're bored buy the regular one. ;)
[15:46] <password2> i have enough money
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[15:50] <TheLostAdmin> Have a look around youtube and such. There are (or were) a few videos using the noir. I was not impressed.
[15:50] <TheLostAdmin> As a result, I got the regular camera.
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[15:51] <password2> I'll do
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[15:51] <password2> I did make an infrared cam a few years back
[15:51] <password2> and it liked it
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[15:53] <pksato> NOIR only capture near ir. really, not so impressive.
[15:53] <password2> well i dont expect it to do magic
[15:54] <password2> does it have a glass lense?
[15:54] <password2> would be funny if it does
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[15:55] <pksato> you can change lens/mounting.
[15:56] <password2> glass blocks a lot of ir
[15:56] <pksato> proably is a normal lens.
[15:56] <pksato> for visible light.
[15:56] <password2> cockroaches cant even see through glass
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[16:15] <fred1807> hi folks, I am trying to run the python animation, https://github.com/jfparis/RpiChristmasTree, but it fails when trying to import pygames.... where can I get it?
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[16:28] <gorroth> it is in your home directory, afaik
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[16:28] <gorroth> then again, i deleted mine
[16:29] <knob> Good morning everyone! =)
[16:30] <zer0her0> morning
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[16:36] <knob> Hey yeah zer0her0 ... how you doing?
[16:36] <zer0her0> i'm doing pretty well, though just got a headache so maybe doing ok. haha. how you?
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[16:39] <fred1807> cant get this "xmas tree" to work
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[16:45] <zer0her0> xmas tree?
[16:46] <fred1807> https://github.com/jfparis/RpiChristmasTree
[16:47] <zer0her0> great readme /s
[16:48] <gorroth> it sounds descriptive
[16:49] <zer0her0> i mean it's better then nothing, but a screenshot or a bit more info would've been helpful.
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[16:54] <Vostok> hey
[16:54] <gorroth> i don't know. i've never seen images inside a readme, unless they're ascii
[16:54] <Vostok> i'm trying to configure wpa_supplicant.conf beforehand, so that the pi would connect automatically to an unsecured network that i know the ssid of
[16:54] <gorroth> which actually would've been awesome
[16:54] <Vostok> is it sufficient to just have network={ssid="name"} in the file?
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[16:55] <zer0her0> gorroth https://github.com/atom/one-dark-syntax
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[16:55] <zer0her0> just one example.
[16:56] <password2> then link to one
[16:56] <gorroth> fred1807: i just realized that pygame is the 3rd party game lib. you can install it either through APT or pip
[16:56] <gorroth> fred1807: if you do it with APT, it's "sudo apt-get install python-pygame"
[16:57] <gorroth> zer0her0: i'm sorry, it's not in ascii. i cannot comprehend it
[16:57] <zer0her0> gorroth haha
[16:57] <gorroth> :)
[16:57] <zer0her0> gorroth do you still use gopher for internet ;)
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[16:57] <gorroth> ya man
[16:57] <gorroth> compuserv
[16:57] <zer0her0> heh
[16:57] <gorroth> actually, i'm using an AVR chip on a breadboard right now, and it has 88 Kbytes of flash and 8 KB of RAM, iirc
[16:58] <gorroth> SRAM actually
[16:58] <gorroth> that's the level of power i am at
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[16:58] <password2> are you IRCíng from that?
[16:59] <gorroth> no, but it got me thinking that i should
[16:59] <zer0her0> obviously you should
[16:59] <password2> ok
[16:59] <gorroth> lol
[16:59] <password2> do it!
[16:59] <gorroth> i'm not sure i have the skills to do it, or at least it'll take a long long time
[16:59] <gorroth> to write code
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[18:35] <steelcowboy> Hi there! I just recently moved my Pi to using a hard drive which lives in an external powered hub and is connected over USB
[18:36] <steelcowboy> Unfortunately anytime I have high file I/O it seems that either my internet goes out or it crashes (the Ethernet port still shows activity but I can't ssh into it)
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[18:36] <steelcowboy> Any thoughts as to what may be happening?
[18:37] <IT_Sean> Keep in mind that the Pis ethernet port is a USB device, so, if you are saturating the net and the USB HDD at the same time, it's gonna get kinda squiffy.
[18:37] <IT_Sean> what are you doing that is causing "high file I/O"?
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[18:58] <steelcowboy> IT_Sean: Well actually not much, I was trying to rsync some files remotely from it and then that failed and I couldn't ssh in anymore
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[19:19] <zer0her0> "kinda squiffy" i like that, may have to steal that.
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[19:32] <choki> Why does my 'pi not boot? I only see red led. I used `dd if=raspbian.img of=/dev/mmcblk0 bs=1M` also tried with 4M. sha1sum is correct
[19:33] <choki> i know the pi works because it tested before with a preinstalled noobs sd card
[19:33] <choki> also the used sd card is compatible
[19:34] <nid0> the most obvious question is are you positively sure that's the command you used?
[19:34] <KDDLB> hello there
[19:35] <choki> nid0: yes im sure and i did so a 100 times before, same command.
[19:35] <choki> i guess the problem is it is a .img and not .iso but idk
[19:35] <choki> when i create distro live sticks i always have an iso
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[20:02] <choki> stupid pi could at least builtin a shutdown button
[20:02] <choki> i've bad superlocks on my sd card -.-
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[20:15] <Apocx> you can pretty easily add a power on/off button if you want a soft shutdown (i.e. make the O/S halt instead of just outright disconnecting the power)
[20:16] <Apocx> I guess they didn't add a built in one to save some money/space/etc. most people just unplug it anyway
[20:17] <choki> yes and what do i do with my sd card now? i tried to repair with the guides to repair bad superblock, but it didnt help, still cant boot
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[20:20] <Apocx> maybe you should just reimage the sd card
[20:21] <choki> i already tried, always the same shit
[20:21] <Apocx> couldn't tell ya, I've only ever done it through Windows and its always worked fine
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[20:21] <choki> pi sucks
[20:21] <Apocx> nah they're actually pretty nifty
[20:22] <Apocx> either you have a chinese knockoff, a defective Pi, or are doing something wrong :/
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[20:24] <choki> no, i all bought from thepihut
[20:24] <choki> 16gb samsung sdhc class 10 card
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[20:25] <Apocx> what is the model # for the SD card
[20:25] <Apocx> You can make sure it's compatible with this list: http://elinux.org/RPi_SD_cards
[20:26] <choki> it is compatible
[20:26] <choki> i already checkd before i bought and why should thepihut sell sdcards not compatible?
[20:26] <choki> this fuckin shit
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[20:27] <Apocx> chances are the image isn't being written correctly. but I don't use Linux to write my images so I can't help you there
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[20:28] <Apocx> ruh roh
[20:28] <Apocx> was about to warn him :P
[20:32] <Apocx> think I'm going to switch to kicad, eagle is driving me crazy
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[20:45] <linuxthefish> does anyone know how to use http://www.ebay.com/itm/New-3-5-TFT-LCD-Touch-Screen-Module-320-480-RGB-Display-Board-For-Raspberry-Pi-/381182260459? ?
[20:45] <linuxthefish> it says something about a driver in the description, but no download link
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[20:51] <fred1807> can I control omxplayer volume, after I start it from cmd line? send volume commands to an already process of omxplayer?
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[20:53] <Apocx> other than setting system volume, doubt it. unless omxplayer has some kind of built-in IPC
[20:53] <Apocx> which it probably does not
[20:54] <Apocx> or maybe it does, cause it looks like this program can send commands to omxplayer
[20:54] <Apocx> https://github.com/mmitch/omxplayer-console
[20:54] <fred1807> how can I set a new volume after it started?
[20:55] <fred1807> (I only need to change volume)
[20:55] <fred1807> nice link, but I am cmd line / bash script only for this project
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[20:57] <Apocx> you might be able to convert the omxplayer_send code from that library to bash or something. Don't really know bash well enough personally to say
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[21:01] <Apocx> all the perl script seems to do is spawn a new omx child process
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[21:02] <Apocx> when running omxplayer, can you just type + in and make it increase volume?
[21:03] <Apocx> don't really remember how omxplayer works
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[21:03] <Apocx> cause it looks like the console application wraps the stdin stream of omxplayer
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[21:04] <Apocx> http://elinux.org/Omxplayer under hotkeys
[21:04] <Apocx> could use that
[21:06] <fred1807> ok
[21:08] <Apocx> man I'm liking KiCad way better than Eagle
[21:08] <Apocx> such a more fluid interface
[21:09] <mattrichardson> Apocx: I went through a KiCad tutorial with KiCad running on the Pi. It was so impressed with how well it works.
[21:10] <Apocx> nice
[21:10] <mattrichardson> I've been meaning to go through the process of designing and manufacturing a HAT (even a simple one) but more pressing things get int he way.
[21:11] <Apocx> yeah it'd be cool to make a HAT. I made a prototype for one using the protoboard from Adafruit but I don't need anything more than a prototype so never needed to design a full blown HAT
[21:12] <Apocx> right now I'm designing a powered USB hub that utilizes a USB2054 chip. Making a standalone board for testing, then going to incorporate the design into another PCB once I've verified it works by itself
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[21:13] <Apocx> making the schematic/footprint for the USB2054 is way easier in KiCad
[21:15] <mattrichardson> Apocx: It's nice to have such capable tools for free. I never want to see myself taking that for granted.
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[21:16] <Apocx> true enough. I'm sure the fact that CERN is helping work on KiCad now means it only get better
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[22:03] <t3chguy> Gadgetoid: any ideas on the safe operating temps of the Unicorn?
[22:03] <t3chguy> mine was just around 60-65 C
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[22:34] <Berg> good morning inhabitants of the one true channel
[22:34] <TheLostAdmin> Hi Berg
[22:36] <Berg> A new day is here golden sunlight blazes through my windows and im gona buy another rpi2 X 2 today
[22:37] <Berg> has anyone taken the touch screen from a phone and used it on a pi?
[22:37] <TheLostAdmin> and do what with them?
[22:37] <Berg> well im making water tank level monitors i already have one up and running
[22:38] <Berg> i fixed the wifi drop out problem
[22:38] <IT_Sean> Where the heck are you that it's morning?
[22:38] <Berg> so they can all be wifi
[22:38] * IT_Sean looks at the clock, sees 16:38
[22:38] <Berg> IM in parradise IT_Sean
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[22:38] <IT_Sean> Not possible. It's not morning here.
[22:38] <Berg> my sonin law has 3 water tanks withj no clue whats in them
[22:39] <Berg> have faith there is a parradize
[22:39] <TheLostAdmin> It isn't morning in Tobago, Berg.
[22:39] <Berg> its here
[22:39] <Berg> <----
[22:40] <Berg> the doe doe birds are talking about the new day and all is right with the world
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[22:40] <Berg> anyway am i allowed to buy 2 more pi?
[22:40] <IT_Sean> No, i forbid it!
[22:40] <ctrlshftn> if u has the monies yes
[22:40] <IT_Sean> Of course you are, Berg.
[22:40] <TheLostAdmin> Isn't a Pi a bit overkill for monitoring water levels?
[22:40] <IT_Sean> TheLostAdmin: Overkill is underrated.
[22:41] <Berg> dont worry IT_Sean said i cant do it
[22:41] <TheLostAdmin> I'm not complaining, just observing.
[22:41] <Berg> ok im gona buy 4 X orange pi then
[22:42] <Berg> remeber you forced me into it
[22:42] <TheLostAdmin> I believe in underkill. So, I'm using my Pi 2 as a remote desktop server. Once I sorted out the cpu intensive software, it got remarkably effective.
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[22:43] <Berg> i have 2Xrpi2 runniong here one is a toy the other monitors and controls my solar battery bank
[22:43] <Berg> whats wrong with 2 more?
[22:44] <TheLostAdmin> Well, for starters, 2 more will be using that much more power. So, if you can get the one monitoring the solar battery bank to also monitor water levels, then you can save some power. Since you've got a solar battery bank, that might actually matter to you.
[22:44] <Berg> they not gona live here i have no water tanks
[22:45] <TheLostAdmin> On the other hand, 2 more is not 4 more and that could also be viewed as a disadvantage.
[22:45] <Berg> they going to the country side on a farm with cows and sheeps
[22:45] <Berg> i can tell they are already excited about going to the farm and the 2 that stay here are gona be jealous
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[22:46] <Berg> so
[22:46] <Berg> <---ran out of BS
[22:46] <Berg> :)
[22:47] <TheLostAdmin> Can I ask you a question, Berg?
[22:47] <Berg> no
[22:47] <TheLostAdmin> okay
[22:48] <Berg> silly question
[22:48] <Berg> ok fine ask
[22:48] <Berg> sheesh
[22:48] <Berg> well?
[22:48] <Berg> TheLostAdmin: ask
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[22:49] <TheLostAdmin> How do I change the 'shutdown' item from the menu on the Pi's GUI to be 'logout' and not pop-up a window to choose from?
[22:49] <Berg> no clue
[22:50] <Berg> why do you need to remove the popup window?
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[22:50] <TheLostAdmin> so it doesn't have 'shutdown' as an option.
[22:51] <Berg> it gives you selections of reboot shutdown logout
[22:51] <TheLostAdmin> yep. I only want to give people the logout option.
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[22:51] <Berg> hmm
[22:51] <Berg> does it matter if you still get the popup?
[22:51] <Berg> you could prolly remove the other items from that
[22:52] <Berg> i never looked at that ever
[22:52] <TheLostAdmin> The popup is probably okay if I can remove the options and change the menu title to Logout.
[22:53] <Berg> just looking at the commands it has a /usr/lib/indicator-session/gtk-logout-helper
[22:53] <Berg> in gtk
[22:54] <Berg> what os you running rasbianm?
[22:54] <TheLostAdmin> yep raspbian
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[22:55] <TheLostAdmin> there is no /usr/lib/indicator-session directory.
[22:56] <Berg> also http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1903620
[22:56] <Berg> just think the dialog popup might be easy to simply remove the unneed buttons
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[22:58] <TheLostAdmin> thanks but no luck. no gsettings command either.
[22:58] <Berg> http://www.upubuntu.com/2011/12/how-to-remove-shutdown-and-logout-popup.html
[22:58] <Berg> hmm
[22:59] <TheLostAdmin> I don't think unity is used in raspbian by default (I went with the broken defaults whenever possible).
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[22:59] <Berg> just simple on that
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[22:59] <Berg> im looking for ideas
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[23:00] <TheLostAdmin> no worries. You should have seen what I had to do to just unbreak all the icons.
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[23:01] <Berg> its fun
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[23:01] <Berg> im sure ill find it now you broken berg
[23:01] <Berg> <---runs off to find an erraser to remove unwanted
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[23:05] <Darkwell> is the bootloader and boot up changed ? Just checking so I know If the scripts in /etc/network/if-up.d will be run at boot up when ethernet is up...
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[23:17] <mbt> Is there a specific requirement to run 4.1.x kernel on the devices? I have a 4.1.x kernel which tells me that it cannot initialize the VCHI instance. Searching is giving me very little to go on.
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[23:18] <mbt> It appears that the code in the 4.1.x kernel was updated to eliminate the use of the mailboxes, but I don't see anything that says what (if any) additional changes are required to make this an effective configuration.
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[23:19] <mbt> The very first error in the ring buffer is "bcm2835_vchiq bcm2835_vchiq: failed to set channelbase"
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[23:20] <mbt> It also shows that the vc_cma_size is 0 bytes and vc_cma_initial is 0 bytes. A pastebin is here: http://pastebin.com/RqeVSnvA
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[23:21] <mbt> The errors 308 seconds in are from an attempt to use the ALSA sound device for the BCM chip.
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[23:24] <thescatman> I've got a raspi and a pi camera incidentally and thinking of turning it into a cheap motion activated security camera to stream to my nas. However would it actually be better/worse than a cheap ip camera? Need it for legitimate security
[23:26] <mbt> thescatman, The answer depends wholly on the code used to implement your solution. If it is robust, and your device is guaranteed to have power (e.g., is battery-backed) and is in a secure location such as a wall, then all would be fine.
[23:26] <thescatman> before I'm told I should be buying a proper cctv kit, I'm a uni student in rented accomodation
[23:26] <mbt> thescatman, However, if your code is buggy and the installation is neither secure nor robust, well, that's your answer too.
[23:26] <thescatman> mbt, do you have any idea on how good cctv software is for the pi?
[23:27] <mbt> If you want to use optical detection instead of infrared for motion, then it's entirely going to rest on the quality of the algorithm you use.
[23:27] <thescatman> makes sense, I've set that (optical motion detection) up before on a pc with a webcam
[23:27] <mbt> thescatman, I'm available to write some if you need, but no, I've not done research on existing options. To a client I would say use a purpose-built system unless you expect to have value-add over what you can buy already, as the time investment for DIY or the cost if contracting someone such as myself...
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[23:28] <mbt> thescatman, ... would wind up exceeding the outlay required for a simple system. After all simple systems can be had for between $75 and $300.
[23:28] <FlerbWebchat> Hi. I have a feeling the pi has messed up another SD card of mine. Using the SD association formatter, with format size adjustment on, I can still only format it to 55.9MB
[23:29] <mbt> thescatman, So basically: If you feel you can implement what you need, or you feel that you can vet the code that you wind up using, then go for it at your own risk.
[23:29] <mbt> If you need an assurance of functionality, buy something that comes with a warranty.
[23:29] <thescatman> I'm definitely not a good enough programmer to vet code
[23:30] <mbt> thescatman, For my part, I'd recommend using IR, as the algorithms are simpler (it is far easier to detect human vs. dog, for example, without worrying about the camera.)
[23:30] <mbt> IR sensors have been used for that for a very long time, quite effectively. If you're just looking for motion-triggered recording and not alerting, you'd probably be fine with something simple, though.
[23:30] <t3chguy> FlerbWebchat: thats not messed up, thats just the primary partition, you can always give it a new partition table or delete the primary partition using Windows' DiskPart utility
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[23:31] <thescatman> I didn't consider IR actually - the camera was going to go in the kitchen as someone has attempted to break into my flat through the backdoor twice now
[23:31] <thescatman> (as putting a pi outside isn't the best idea)
[23:31] <FlerbWebchat> t3chguy: and diskpart will still show it under "LIST DISK" as 56MB?
[23:32] <mbt> thescatman, Ah! More useful info!
[23:32] <thescatman> but guess I could mount an ir camera on the outside of the door, would be more reliable I assume as long as the software is decent for motion detection
[23:32] <t3chguy> I don't have an SD handy to test what diskpart would actually say
[23:32] <thescatman> mbt, sorry, didn't think to add that
[23:32] <FlerbWebchat> so I've cleaned the disk
[23:32] <FlerbWebchat> still only 55MB
[23:32] <mbt> thescatman, A standard IR sensor which is used to trigger a loudspeaker would sound to me like it'd meet your needs, yes?
[23:33] <thescatman> I doubt it as we do use the backdoor a lot
[23:33] <mbt> You'd need to either calibrate or have an ON/OFF switch which is secure, but once it is properly adjusted would run for a good long time and provide a good alarm. Just be sure the whole thing is battery backed. (And you'll use less CPU than optical processing!)
[23:33] <thescatman> I do have a battery backup
[23:33] <FlerbWebchat> there aren't even any partitions on the disk at all after having cleaned it
[23:34] <mbt> thescatman, Suggest thinking awhile to refine your design. Minimal complexity is better.
[23:34] <FlerbWebchat> this has happened with 2 SD cards of mine
[23:34] <FlerbWebchat> can't be a fluke
[23:34] <thescatman> definitely
[23:34] <mbt> thescatman, Perhaps a keypad (as to enable/disable alarm). Also take a look at local home supply store, you'll see lots of sensors and the like, some of which may even be useful to you.
[23:35] <mbt> (Just be careful to ensure that you follow the Pi's electrical interface requirements.)
[23:35] <thescatman> probably more than I'd be able to build tbh
[23:35] <mbt> thescatman, Well, then perhaps offer to fix a few computers for the $$$ needed to get the parts from the store and slap 'em together? :-)
[23:36] <thescatman> I've not done much with the gpio other than direct power for dry ice overclocking lol
[23:37] <thescatman> will have a look around, see what projects people have done for home security with it. Would be a good recap on electronics and software engineering anyway for me
[23:38] <FlerbWebchat> so i'm trying it with a GParted disk
[23:38] <FlerbWebchat> to see if that works
[23:38] <mbt> thescatman, Even if you don't use it, it's always good to learn!
[23:38] <FlerbWebchat> But goddamnit 245MB takes 20 minutes on my broadband
[23:39] <mbt> thescatman, What languages are you proficient in?
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[23:43] <thescatman> mbt, only java and python at the moment
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[23:45] <mbt> thescatman, Python would likely be just fine for your little security system, as you're not going to miss major deadlines if you're just processing a single sensor input. IIRC Python will twiddle GPIO at a couple MHz, which is fast enough for "low-speed" things such as sensors.
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[23:47] <H__> hmm sensors :)
[23:47] <Berg> sensor
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