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IRC Log for 2015-09-18

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[0:00] <The_Borg> its already installed atm
[0:00] <The_Borg> eye candy
[0:00] <The_Borg> we need more eye candy
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[0:01] <djazz> glances
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[0:01] <Berg> it only shows total % of cpu
[0:01] <Berg> not each core
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[0:02] <djazz> build some external hardware that shows stats with leds
[0:02] <djazz> piglow/unicorn hat/ led display
[0:02] <The_Borg> heheh
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[0:02] <The_Borg> bit extreme
[0:03] <djazz> i used the piglow as cpu/mem/temp monitor
[0:03] <djazz> worked gr8
[0:03] <The_Borg> i spose its natural for a rpi user to ignore monitors
[0:03] <StarkDeadmause> hey, working on a freaking OBD-II monitor for my car but.....
[0:03] <djazz> 64.8 C...
[0:03] <The_Borg> getting hotter
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[0:04] <StarkDeadmause> whenever i try to add the software to autostart when raspbian boots
[0:04] <StarkDeadmause> using /etc/local.rc
[0:04] <djazz> not hotter than 65
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[0:04] <StarkDeadmause> i get an error and the system starts asking credentials, which I type and they dont work
[0:04] <The_Borg> try sudo in your rc.local command
[0:05] <StarkDeadmause> tried it
[0:05] <The_Borg> if you dont have it install sudo
[0:05] <The_Borg> make sure your program is executable
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[0:05] <DMackey> I need to get my piglow working. I have 2 of them installed in my RPI's but haven't gotten around to actually getting them working
[0:05] <StarkDeadmause> it is executable
[0:05] <StarkDeadmause> checked the premissions
[0:06] <StarkDeadmause> # chmod +x
[0:07] <The_Borg> what is your rc.local comand
[0:08] <StarkDeadmause> # sudo daemon python /home/desktop/obd/obd_gui.py
[0:08] <The_Borg> i use a .sh to actualy start the .py
[0:09] <The_Borg> cd path to folder
[0:09] <The_Borg> then sudo python prog.py
[0:10] <StarkDeadmause> mmmmm y may try that tonight, will have to reflash the SD tough
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[0:10] <The_Borg> why?
[0:10] <StarkDeadmause> cause i installed tightvncserver
[0:10] <The_Borg> i use that too
[0:10] <The_Borg> im on it now
[0:10] <StarkDeadmause> and now when i start the pi, it doesnt autolog to the GUI
[0:11] <StarkDeadmause> it ask for credentials and my credentials wont work
[0:11] <The_Borg> you can do all you need from vnc
[0:11] <StarkDeadmause> cant log in
[0:11] <The_Borg> i cant log in with pi
[0:11] <The_Borg> i added another user
[0:12] <The_Borg> bob
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[0:13] <Berg> you only have to add the .sh and change the rc.local
[0:14] <StarkDeadmause> will try that, im at work now, will have to wait until tonight
[0:14] <Berg> if you need a gui editor i use sudo gedit
[0:15] <Berg> or leafpad
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[0:16] <StarkDeadmause> i do everything mostly with the shell, and i edit using nano
[0:16] <Berg> :)
[0:17] <Berg> well you be fine
[0:17] <Berg> i had the same issue pi would not log in with titghtvncserver enabled so i added bob made him addgroup sudo and vnc into that
[0:17] <StarkDeadmause> im not new to linux, but this project got me bumping my head and with my job i cant find enough time to finish it
[0:18] <Berg> always
[0:18] <StarkDeadmause> yeah but then again, it doesnt actually control the enviroment showing in the display
[0:18] <StarkDeadmause> its like a mirror desktop or something
[0:18] <Berg> yes its a bit messy
[0:19] <StarkDeadmause> i somehow found a way around it, but it stoped working
[0:19] <StarkDeadmause> know the trick?
[0:19] <Berg> not
[0:19] <Berg> do tell
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[0:33] <StarkDeadmause> what are you guys working on? anyone made a pentest drop box?
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[1:21] <steven`> how do i start the gui from a command line
[1:21] <steven`> ive just exited the kodi app with 'sudo service kodi stop'
[1:22] <CoJaBo> startx?
[1:22] <steven`> oh yeah
[1:22] <CoJaBo> *usually* it's that, but I've never tried on kodi specifically
[1:22] <steven`> it did work
[1:22] <steven`> *;)
[1:22] <steven`> thx sir
[1:22] <CoJaBo> Source: Having owned a laptop with buggy gfx drivers >_>
[1:24] <steven`> :]
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[1:45] <StarkDeadmause> have been there
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[1:53] <JessicaRN> Hey folks, how can I use git offline?
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[1:54] <methuzla> by typing git
[1:54] <methuzla> it works locally, i.e. there's a local copy of the repo
[1:54] <JessicaRN> I can't connect to the net and the pi at the same time until I finish my config
[1:55] <JessicaRN> I need to add a Realtek driver
[1:55] <JessicaRN> That is not in the default repo
[1:56] <methuzla> you are trying to clone a git repo from the net, without net connection?
[1:56] <JessicaRN> No
[1:57] <JessicaRN> Here's the situation :
[1:57] <ctrlshftn> JessicaRN: do git init on a directory
[1:57] <ctrlshftn> then add files
[1:57] <JessicaRN> I use a Hotspot off my phone for access to the net.
[1:58] <JessicaRN> My pi is hanging off my wifi routers wired ports
[1:59] <JessicaRN> I can't connect to the Internet with my laptop at the same time as I connect to the wifi router
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[2:01] <JessicaRN> So, all this means I need to download the make files to my laptop and then ftp them to the pi
[2:01] <JessicaRN> Does that make sense?
[2:01] <methuzla> not really. what currently has access to the net? pi or laptop?
[2:02] <JessicaRN> Laptop. The pi has no access to the net directly. Yet...
[2:02] <methuzla> and the driver is in a git repo?
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[2:02] <JessicaRN> I believe so
[2:03] <methuzla> would cloning it to the laptop then pushing it to the pi work?
[2:03] <JessicaRN> http://perversecontraptions.com/2015/06/06/how-to-get-a-netgear-a6100-wifi-usb-adapter-to-work-on-a-raspberry-pi/
[2:04] <JessicaRN> This is what I'm trying to do.
[2:04] <JessicaRN> And, yes, I believe it would work
[2:06] <JessicaRN> Internet [xor] laptop [xor] pi
[2:06] <JessicaRN> This is my current config
[2:08] <fred1807> I need to ssh > pi > browser http:/website and then vizualise this website on the hdmi monitor (not on my ssh shell). What is the best browser for this? It is a simple website, and I dont have X installed, I would like to keep the most minimalist possible, since my pi is performing a lot of other work at the same time
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[2:16] <methuzla> JessicaRN: download this to laptop, push to pi: https://github.com/gnab/rtl8812au/archive/master.zip
[2:16] <JessicaRN> K
[2:17] <methuzla> or, can you get the pi on the net via the wired port?
[2:18] <JessicaRN> Yes
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[2:18] <methuzla> it may be easier to just pull stuff down that way
[2:18] <JessicaRN> Is there a ftp server in the base build of raspbian?
[2:19] <methuzla> dunno. been using scp.
[2:19] <Berg> install ftpd
[2:20] <JessicaRN> Ahhh... no. I made a mistake. No, I cannot access the Internet from the wired port on the pi. I can only access the laptop
[2:20] <Berg> use filesilla to upload
[2:20] <methuzla> so the pi is totally off the net? no way to get it on?
[2:20] <jer> so download the driver on the laptop, toss it onto a USB stick, and connect that to the pi to get it off
[2:20] <JessicaRN> Correct.
[2:20] <jer> easy peasy.
[2:21] <JessicaRN> I can only leapfrog data from the net to the pi via my laptop
[2:21] <JessicaRN> Jer, good idea
[2:22] <methuzla> except for the potential for additional dependencies, once you try to build
[2:22] <JessicaRN> Ok. So ftp it?
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[2:24] <methuzla> as a first attempt, somehow get that git zip onto the pi, unzip, and see if you can build it
[2:24] <methuzla> whatever works
[2:24] <methuzla> sneaker net it with a USB stick if you want
[2:24] <JessicaRN> K . Sec
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[2:27] <Berg> stealthnet
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[2:30] <JessicaRN> Err, how do I mount that thumbdrive?
[2:30] <JessicaRN> Sorry so dumb, guys
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[2:35] <JessicaRN> Ok. Got it
[2:35] <JessicaRN> What next?
[2:35] <methuzla> unzip file
[2:37] <JessicaRN> Done
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[2:37] <methuzla> did it create a directory called rtl8812au ?
[2:37] <JessicaRN> Yes.
[2:38] <methuzla> cd into it
[2:38] <methuzla> cross your fingers
[2:38] <methuzla> make
[2:38] <JessicaRN> The whole path is /mnt/rtl8812....
[2:39] <JessicaRN> Nope.
[2:39] <JessicaRN> Should it be located some where special?
[2:40] <methuzla> not really
[2:41] <JessicaRN> It errors on "/lib/modules/3.18.11-v7+/build: no such file or dir
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[2:41] <methuzla> you didn't cross your fingers
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[2:43] <methuzla> you need other stuff
[2:43] <methuzla> are you sure you can't get the pi on the net via: pi -> wire -> wifi router -> phone -> internet
[2:44] <JessicaRN> That's just it. I can't get the wifi router to use the phone. I wanna make the pi into a bridge
[2:47] <methuzla> bummer. not sure how to pull down the other dependencies without a network connection.
[2:48] <JessicaRN> I think I need to modify the make file. The default seems to be for i386. Trying to figure out how now
[2:49] <methuzla> CONFIG_PLATFORM_I386_PC = n
[2:49] <methuzla> CONFIG_PLATFORM_ARM_RPI = y
[2:50] <methuzla> in Makefile
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[2:51] <StarkDeadmause> what are you guys trying to pull out?
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[2:52] <StarkDeadmause> why not connect it to LAN and install in a windows box filezilla server, make an account and put the file that you want in the pi on that server´s directory
[2:52] <Tenkawa> hiall
[2:52] <Tenkawa> er hi all
[2:52] <JessicaRN> Fixed the makefile but same err
[2:52] <StarkDeadmause> then connect via ssh to the pi and ftp to the server and pull it from there
[2:53] <JessicaRN> StarkDeadmause: I have the file on the pi
[2:53] <JessicaRN> The zip file, that is
[2:53] <JessicaRN> And I've unzipped it
[2:54] <Tenkawa> JessicaRN: whats wrong... i missed the beginning?
[2:54] <methuzla> sounds like you might need build-essential (and maybe others?)
[2:54] <methuzla> gotta go, good luck...
[2:55] <JessicaRN> Crap.
[2:55] <JessicaRN> Thx for ur help
[2:55] <StarkDeadmause> you gut untar installed?
[2:55] <JessicaRN> It was a zip
[2:55] <StarkDeadmause> untar filename.tar /home/pi/Desktop/
[2:56] <Tenkawa> whats the issue?
[2:56] <JessicaRN> There was no build directory in /lib/modules/3.18.11-v7+
[2:57] * StarkDeadmause slaps JessicaRN around a bit with a large trout
[2:57] <JessicaRN> That is what my make is failing on.
[2:57] <ctrlshftn> mkdir directoryname
[2:57] <Tenkawa> ahhh
[2:57] <JessicaRN> Errrr
[2:57] <StarkDeadmause> pardon my stupid question, did you cd into the directory containing the makefile?
[2:58] <ctrlshftn> JessicaRN: do you have any previous experience with linux?
[2:58] <Tenkawa> did you run a make modules_install from your kernel source or install the package?
[2:59] <JessicaRN> Lol... like kindergarten level experience. I can use ls
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[2:59] <StarkDeadmause> jajajaja any experience with ls -a?
[3:00] <ctrlshftn> JessicaRN: I suggest you read up about the commands. try it on some websites to get the hang of it.
[3:00] <JessicaRN> That too. And I know how to make ice cubes
[3:00] <StarkDeadmause> awesome, i promote you to medium level
[3:01] <JessicaRN> Tenkawa: I don't have net access on the pi yet.
[3:01] <Tenkawa> ouch
[3:01] <Tenkawa> you running raspbian?
[3:01] <Tenkawa> or which distrib?
[3:01] <JessicaRN> So, I'm trying to do this:
[3:02] <JessicaRN> http://perversecontraptions.com/2015/06/06/how-to-get-a-netgear-a6100-wifi-usb-adapter-to-work-on-a-raspberry-pi/
[3:02] <JessicaRN> On raspbian
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[3:02] <JessicaRN> The newest raspbian
[3:02] <JessicaRN> The newest stable raspbian
[3:03] <Tenkawa> interesting.. thought the kernel modules package and source would be avail
[3:03] <Tenkawa> i build my own though so i dont keep up with raspbian much
[3:03] <StarkDeadmause> you have the pi connected using ethernet cable?
[3:04] <JessicaRN> Are they not part of the distro?
[3:04] <JessicaRN> Yes, StarkDeadmause
[3:04] <StarkDeadmause> then you should have network on the pi using ethernet
[3:05] <JessicaRN> Stark, I can connect my laptop to the pi, or my laptop to the net. Just not both at the same time
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[3:05] <StarkDeadmause> i see what you are trying to pull off, netgear devices are a pain
[3:05] <Tenkawa> good luck.. i have to run..
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[3:06] <JessicaRN> So I was trying to copy all my dependancies to the pi via a thumbdrive
[3:06] <StarkDeadmause> why not both at the same time? do you have the pi getting network directly to the laptop? or are you using a modem/router as a medium?
[3:07] <JessicaRN> A router in the middle. I don't have a crossover
[3:08] <JessicaRN> Pi - router (w/o net access ) - laptop
[3:09] <JessicaRN> If I wanna access the net I need to d/c the laptop from the router and connect it to my Hotspot on my phone
[3:10] <JessicaRN> All would be good if the router could connect to the net via my hotspot. It cant. I wanna use the pi as a bridge
[3:11] <JessicaRN> Is that clear?
[3:13] <StarkDeadmause> yeah now is clear
[3:13] <StarkDeadmause> why not use connectify
[3:13] <StarkDeadmause> to connect the laptop to the internet using the phone and sharing it to the pi
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[3:13] <StarkDeadmause> trial version lets you use it for half an hour
[3:13] <JessicaRN> Dunno what that is...
[3:13] <StarkDeadmause> if not i can send you my password for the full version
[3:14] <StarkDeadmause> connectify, google it in your laptop
[3:14] <StarkDeadmause> give me an email to send you my password
[3:14] <JessicaRN> Looking now
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[3:16] <JessicaRN> D/l now
[3:16] <StarkDeadmause> give me an email so i can send you the password
[3:16] <StarkDeadmause> im in a hurry cause im about to leave work for home
[3:17] <JessicaRN> Ok. Send to dianedesade@yahoo.com
[3:17] <JessicaRN> Ty
[3:23] <StarkDeadmause> just sent it
[3:23] <StarkDeadmause> give me confirmation that you received it
[3:23] <StarkDeadmause> i work in a restaurant and im doing the balance, thats why im in a hurry.
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[3:24] <JessicaRN> Got it. Tyvm
[3:25] <StarkDeadmause> ur welcome, if you have any questions send me an email. I will be off irc for an hour
[3:25] <StarkDeadmause> bye bye
[3:25] <JessicaRN> Ciao!
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[5:08] <tiblock> Hi. I have question. I use raspbian and i want to make SD card live longer. I moved /var/log to tmpfs, but i'm not sure about /tmp, is it located on sdcard too or it is in ram already?
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[5:11] <exonormal> it's on the SD card, everything is..
[5:12] <exonormal> so, move all you can on the new one....
[5:13] <exonormal> how big is the
[5:13] <exonormal> SD card?
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[5:35] <tiblock> exonormal, its 8gb and i have dock station connected with 2TB HDD. Is it good idea to move /tmp to tmpfs with like 10mb size or better HDD?
[5:36] <exonormal> no, that's fine...
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[5:38] <tiblock> exonormal, okay, will move to tmpfs, thank you.
[5:38] <exonormal> yw
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[6:21] <fred1807> how do I hide the terminal?
[6:22] <fred1807> I am working on raspberry via ssh, , sometimes I load pictures using fbi... But I dont want the ~user/login text to appear between them
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[6:32] <[Saint]> fred1807: in this instance, you don't.
[6:32] <fred1807> so.. can I disable the console framebuffer from boot....
[6:32] <fred1807> and still be able to start omxplayer (via ssh of course)
[6:32] <fred1807> ?
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[6:34] <[Saint]> No.
[6:34] <fred1807> oh
[6:35] <fred1807> I tought the console was just another fb layer
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[6:52] <fred1807> ok so getty is the process waiting for me to enter password?
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[6:54] <[Saint]> getty handles TTY logins, so, yes, possibly - depending on the context.
[6:55] <[Saint]> (GET TeletYpe)
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[6:56] <fred1807> can I remove this guy from boot? I only work via ssh
[6:57] <[Saint]> No.
[6:57] <[Saint]> If you did so you would remove your ability to log in.
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[6:57] <[Saint]> see above "getty handles TTY logins".
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[6:58] <[Saint]> Maybe you could say what it is you're trying to achieve?
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[7:00] <fred1807> I only login via ssh
[7:01] <[Saint]> That is irrelevant.
[7:01] <DanDare> Powering rasp again after ages is being a great sensation
[7:02] <[Saint]> I'm not sure how to make this any clearer. If getty wasn't running, you wouldn't be /able/ to login via ssh.
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[7:03] <[Saint]> well...technically you could, but you would need to replace it with fgetty or ngetty, which is essentially the exact same thing.
[7:03] <[Saint]> you need it to exist so that it can detect the connection attempt and process the login.
[7:05] <[Saint]> perhaps I need to be more specific. when I say it handles TTY logins, you should note this this /includes/ ssh.
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[7:06] <[Saint]> TL;DR: Loggin in via a textual session? Bam - getty.
[7:06] <[Saint]> No getty (or equivalent), no login.
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[7:12] <viscera> So I've ordered some ModMyPi cases for RPi2 which apparently support VESA mounting (100mm x 100mm) but I can't seem to find where to buy such a product. Can anyone help me out?
[7:12] <[Saint]> such a product as...?
[7:13] <[Saint]> You mean you can't find where to buy a FDMI/VESA?
[7:14] <[Saint]> viscera: ?
[7:14] <[Saint]> FDMI/VESA is a standard mounting interface for LED/LCD flat panel monitors.
[7:14] <[Saint]> The idea here is to tag the case onto the back of a flatpanel monitor to get it out of the way.
[7:15] <viscera> [Saint]: basically I want to securely attach this case to a couple of different monitor models http://www.modmypi.com/raspberry-pi/cases/modmypi-rpi-a-plus-b-plus-and-2-cases/modmypi-modular-rpi-b-plus-case-black
[7:15] <viscera> [Saint]: I can't see the product let alone where to buy it
[7:15] <viscera> (buying from Australia btw.)
[7:16] <[Saint]> WHat do you mean "the product"?
[7:16] <[Saint]> Are you confused about how this works?
[7:16] <[Saint]> There is nothing secondary to buy.
[7:16] <viscera> [Saint]: i.e. some bit of plastic metal that interfaces between the monitor and the case. Oh, so you're saying the case just does it natively with the supplied screws?
[7:17] <[Saint]> Case (w/ FDMI/VESA), monitor (w/ FDMI/VESA), ...bom. Done.
[7:17] <[Saint]> *boom
[7:17] <[Saint]> Nothing else required.
[7:17] <[Saint]> FDMI/VESA is just a standard for a bunch of holes a specific distance apart.
[7:18] <viscera> [Saint]: I've not seen the case yet but I feel that it may be too small... if you look at that link I gave you, they mention VESA adaptors and that there are two types available. I'm hoping you're right but I have a feeling there's more to it... but I could be wrong
[7:19] <viscera> the weird thing is that they link to nothing useful (just other cases which differ from the case in question)
[7:19] <viscera> maybe this? http://www.modmypi.com/raspberry-pi/cases/modmypi-single-colour/vesa-mount-modmypi
[7:19] <[Saint]> There's different standards for FDMI/VESA, so adapter plates exist. But FDMI/VEDA D (100mmx100mm) is entirely standard.
[7:20] <[Saint]> there's also VESA B 20mmx50, VESA C 35mm x 75mm, ...so on.
[7:21] <viscera> [Saint]: the case dimensions on the case I bought are too small for it to mount 100x100
[7:21] <viscera> [Saint]: so I need the adaptor as pictured in the second link I think
[7:21] <viscera> case is 104.95 x 74.95
[7:22] <[Saint]> Still possible that it supports the alternate configuration of FDMI/VESA D (100mmX50mm)
[7:23] <[Saint]> But I guess if you need an adapter plate all depends on what your monitors(s) support.
[7:23] <viscera> yeah... i think for the monitor in question i will need it
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[7:25] <[Saint]> Oh, actually...hmmmm. Looking at the mounting holes for the case in question, it doesn't appear to support any of the standard VESA configurations (looking at their stated dimensions).
[7:25] <[Saint]> So I guess you might need an adapter.
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[7:28] <[Saint]> It appears to only have holes to suit FDMI/VESA D 75mm
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[7:29] <ThinkingofPython> Is it possible to put ChromeOS on a Pi2?
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[7:38] <[Saint]> ...kinda.
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[7:39] <[Saint]> Hexxeh nuked all his ChromeOS work.
[7:40] <[Saint]> But it was roughly the same story as with Android anyway.
[7:40] <[Saint]> Blah blah...something something...GPU...non-accelerated, blah blah...runs like a bag of crap.
[7:41] <viscera> [Saint]: yeah... i think we're gonna DIY a mount
[7:41] <viscera> [Saint]: my colleague clearly has more energy than i for this project ;)
[7:42] <[Saint]> A sheet of 120mm X 120mm perspex would do just fine.
[7:43] <[Saint]> or any suitable stiff material really. drill some 6mm holes at 100mm X 100mm, then line up the pi cases' mounting holes in the middle of it.
[7:43] <[Saint]> though you could almost certainly just use one or two of the holes in the pi case already.
[7:44] <[Saint]> that's plenty enough to secure it, it'll be on a funny angle, but, no one'll see it.
[7:44] <[Saint]> It's really odd that the case doesn't jyst have a set of standard mounting holes for FDMI/VESA on it already though. Mine did.
[7:45] * viscera shrugs
[7:45] <viscera> it'll all come together somehow
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[8:48] <Berg> surprise surprise surprise! My rpi2 X 2 have arrived
[8:49] <Berg> now my granson has a pi
[8:51] <Xark> Berg: Nice. How old is he?
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[8:51] <Berg> 8
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[8:51] <Xark> Cool.
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[8:51] <Xark> Sounds about right. :)
[8:52] <Berg> i also have a python manual for him
[8:52] <Berg> he will learn
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[8:57] <djazz> Berg: Qt is compiling! :)
[8:57] <djazz> cool-retro-term is also compiling
[8:57] <Berg> patience is a virtue
[8:58] <Berg> im looking at open elec now
[8:58] <Berg> i have a new pi to put it on
[8:58] <djazz> :D
[8:58] <djazz> openelec is so small :3
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[9:02] <Berg> these instructions here call for a usb stick?
[9:02] <Berg> http://wiki.openelec.tv/index.php/HOW-TO:Installing_OpenELEC/Creating_The_Install_Key#tab=DiskImage
[9:04] <djazz> yeah, download the arm7 image for rpi2
[9:04] <djazz> .img file
[9:05] <djazz> then use dd, like you do with raspbian
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[9:05] <Berg> no artm7
[9:05] <Berg> arm7
[9:05] <Berg> http://openelec.tv/get-openelec
[9:06] <Berg> am i in the wrong place?
[9:06] <djazz> no
[9:06] <djazz> this is arm7 for rpi2: RPi2 Second-Generation quad core models (Model B 1024MB)
[9:06] <djazz> you want http://releases.openelec.tv/OpenELEC-RPi2.arm-5.0.8.img.gz
[9:06] <Berg> the instructions call for a sd card on that page and the guide talks about a usb stick
[9:07] <djazz> same procedure
[9:07] <Berg> use a sdcard?
[9:07] <Berg> ok
[9:07] <djazz> yes
[9:07] <djazz> run lsblk to see what device id
[9:07] <djazz> or use GNOME Disks
[9:07] <djazz> to write image
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[9:08] <Berg> have that id
[9:08] <Berg> ok down loaded
[9:09] <Berg> i have a 16gig sd card
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[9:09] <djazz> :)
[9:09] <djazz> openelec will expand the partition on first boot
[9:10] <Berg> okj good
[9:10] <djazz> cool-retro-term seem to have compiled! but i cant see if it works since the pi is at home and im sshing
[9:10] <djazz> xD
[9:11] <KDDLB> so
[9:11] <KDDLB> my raspi is arriving next week :D
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[9:13] <Berg> i was spose to be another 7 days
[9:14] <Berg> see my face when the guy nocked ona door
[9:14] <Berg> i said to meselfr ...self its here
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[9:16] <Berg> ok writing to sd
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[9:27] <Berg> well all up and running its good its idiot proof
[9:28] <Berg> except for the manual ip
[9:28] <Berg> djazz: get someone to break in and watch it for you?
[9:29] <Berg> this kodi is not like the ones i seen on utube
[9:29] <djazz> Berg: power it off, connect hdmi/touchscreen and power it on :)
[9:29] <Berg> \ok need one them
[9:29] <Berg> will soon
[9:30] <Berg> i want a seven inch one for car
[9:30] <djazz> Berg: it should look like this http://cdn04.androidauthority.net/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/Raspberry-Pi-2-OpenELEC-792x446.jpg
[9:30] <Berg> yes
[9:30] <djazz> yea the seven inch rpi screen is nice
[9:30] <djazz> higher res would be even better tho
[9:30] <Berg> them screens cost a lot
[9:31] <Berg> some one was saying you can plug in phoine touch screens to a pi?
[9:31] <Berg> i told me wife i need her screen
[9:31] <djazz> not directly
[9:31] <Berg> that was 3 days ago still waiting for me dinner
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[10:00] <djazz> i think qt finished compiling :D
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[10:22] <Berg> well try your program
[10:23] <djazz> it runs, some warnings but no crash atleast
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[10:23] <djazz> idk if it "runs" and is usable :D
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[10:26] <cybr1d> Phew. Finally got znc working on boot. Was having some cron issues, sorry the the join/part spam. I should be done for now.
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[10:32] <Berg> cybr1d: the conferance mode is on in this channel we dont see you leave or join
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[10:33] <cybr1d> Ah I'm seeing 'em on my side, but good to know its not bothering
[10:40] <maumushi> hi, i've bought this ir led http://goo.gl/SqC96T ... i've no idea where to find the white connector for 12V nor where to place it ... for now it's free with 2 wire weld directly to the board but it's not very 'stable'
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[11:04] <Armand> Berg: That's just you, bud. :P
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[11:18] <Berg> whats just me Armand
[11:18] <Armand> "we dont see you leave or join"
[11:18] <Berg> ???
[11:18] <Armand> I see all join, leave, quit.
[11:18] <Armand> <Berg> cybr1d: the conferance mode is on in this channel we dont see you leave or join
[11:18] <Armand> "we" = incorrect.
[11:19] <Berg> do you see the IP
[11:20] <Berg> are you a channel admin Armand
[11:20] <Armand> No, he has a cloak
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[11:20] <Armand> But neither are relevant. :)
[11:21] <Berg> so you have turned conference mode off or something?
[11:22] <Armand> I think the point went AWOL...
[11:22] <Armand> Forget about it.. You obviously missed something.
[11:22] <Berg> so your point is?
[11:22] <Berg> I never missed a thing
[11:22] <Armand> Wow..
[11:22] <Armand> Ok.
[11:22] <Berg> We un derstood
[11:22] <Armand> Just forget about it.. Done.
[11:23] <Berg> :)
[11:24] * Berg thinks it makes the day interesting
[11:24] <Berg> anyway i have kodi up and running playing movies etc
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[11:24] <Berg> looking good
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[11:33] <djazz> :D
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[11:41] -mquin- [Global Notice] On or around Friday, October 2nd we will be cleaning up the services database. Now's a good time to ensure you identify to services when connecting. Check out http://blog.freenode.net/2015/09/services-database-purge/ for more.
[11:44] <clonak> If I have a 2amp power supply for the rpi 2, is it capable of running a 2.5" ext hard drive?
[11:44] <clonak> Or is it better to run it off a usb hub still?
[11:45] <skyroveRR> clonak: try it and see..
[11:46] <clonak> I do remember reading something about it awhile back,
[11:46] <clonak> When it was first released, just wondering if anyone has actually done it.
[11:51] <djazz> clonak: you need to make pi give more power over usb in config.txt
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[11:54] <clonak> Cool, I'll look that up thanks :)
[11:56] * Xark notes he got his USB HDD working only with *3* Amp power supply (and config.txt tweaks for full USB current). 2A didn't cut it (but this was with a somewhat older 320MB WD USB HDD - new ones may take less power).
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[12:04] <djazz> cool-retro-term says started on cli! :D will see how it runs when i get home to the pi :)
[12:05] <djazz> fyi this is cool-retro-term, on my pc http://i.imgur.com/J4b8yrD.jpg
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[13:46] <Axy> hey channel
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[13:46] <Axy> where can I buy raspberry related hardware in germany
[13:46] <Axy> any well known online shop such as adafruit?
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[13:58] <shauno> Axy: I've used http://www.flikto.de/ a few times. they have pi&arduino stuff, and an adafruit distributor
[13:59] <Axy> thank you shauno !
[13:59] <shauno> no idea what other options there are, I'm not in germany, just prefer to shop from anywhere else that uses eur.
[13:59] <Axy> shauno, hmm is there a reason for that
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[14:00] <shauno> well, I'm in Ireland. usually we just shop from the UK, but the eur-gbp exchange rate isn't very nice lately
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[14:01] <Armand> Yup... Going to the Euro = VERY bad move.
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[14:01] <shauno> so when shipping from germany hurts less than the exchange rate from the UK, I'll take it
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[14:04] <Axy> shauno, hmm i see
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[14:05] <Axy> well i live in turkey shauno and the shipping cost hurts more than anything
[14:05] <Axy> i'll be in germany for the next 10 days so I wanted to order whatever-neede there
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[14:11] <ppq> Axy, there are many shops in .de. if you look for something specific it makes sense to compare their prices using geizhals.de or idealo.de http://geizhals.de/?cat=hweinplatzub
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[14:12] <Axy> ppq I'm actually only looking for a compatible thermal printer
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[14:12] <Axy> adafruit (and sparkfun) has a well supported one
[14:13] <ppq> https://www.adafruit.com/products/597
[14:13] <ppq> this one?
[14:13] <Axy> yes ppq
[14:14] <Axy> sending from there to turkey (or germany) costs more than the printer itself
[14:15] <ppq> so you just connect it with a serial terminal?
[14:16] <Axy> ppq i believe so
[14:16] <Axy> there is a bit of manual work
[14:16] <Axy> but there are plenty of tutorials out there
[14:16] <Axy> (sorry for my vague answer, I'm very nw in all this atm)
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[14:21] <ppq> http://www.avc-shop.de/epages/64272905.sf/de_DE/?ObjectPath=/Shops/64272905/Products/125114
[14:21] <ppq> i think that's the same one
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[14:24] <ppq> http://www.aliexpress.com/w/wholesale-CSN%25252dA2.html?site=glo&groupsort=1&SortType=price_asc&shipCountry=de&SearchText=CSN-A2
[14:25] <ppq> shipping is expensive from china.. better to buy it at the german shop
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[14:34] <ozzzy_> I don't pay shipping for stuff from china
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[14:46] <Axy> thank yoı ver much ppq
[14:47] <Axy> ppq, I have another question --- can you have a look at this please https://www.npmjs.com/package/thermalprinter
[14:47] <Axy> so normally you can connect the printer to raspberry without needing an additional usb to serial unit
[14:47] <Axy> is this the limitation of the library
[14:47] <Axy> (I will use nodejs - so looks like I'm prety much limited with the libraries)
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[14:57] <Tenkawa> hi all
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[15:22] <stealthii> anyone have any luck using the composite out on the Raspberry Pi for displaying vector graphics?
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[15:30] <shiftplusone> stealthii: could you be specific about the problem?
[15:33] <stealthii> sure - using the Pi to display imagery on a vector display monitor, such as an arcade screen, or an oscilloscope
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[15:34] <shiftplusone> ah, okay because without context 'vector graphics' could mean a number of things. No idea.
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[16:32] <Axy> How can I run a nodejs app on port 80 on my rpi ?
[16:32] <Axy> I'm getting an error looks like the port is being used (but it's not as this is a brand new installation)
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[16:33] <Tenkawa> what user is trying to run it?
[16:34] <Axy> pi
[16:34] <Axy> ^ Tenkawa
[16:34] <Tenkawa> non root users cant bind ports below 1024
[16:34] <Axy> Hm. it would not be safe to run port80 app as root right?
[16:35] <Axy> what are my options here ? I want the users to see an index page when they visit the ip over the network
[16:35] <Axy> (browser I mean)
[16:35] <Tenkawa> whats node.js recommended to run as?
[16:35] <Axy> non-root
[16:36] <Tenkawa> someone else will need to speak up.. I try to run as much non-root as I can
[16:37] <Tenkawa> I dont use node.js so i cant speak to its security/etc
[16:37] <Axy> hmmm
[16:38] <Axy> I mean I could install nginx or something like that
[16:38] <Axy> but that's all going to be overkill I guess
[16:38] <Axy> just for this simple thing
[16:38] <Tenkawa> heheh
[16:38] <Axy> I'm very very new in all this anyway
[16:38] <Axy> I mean, would it be overkill?
[16:38] <Tenkawa> you could look up what handoff mechanism apache and sendmail use for example to bind to 25 and 80 and still run non-root
[16:39] <Tenkawa> I'm just completely forgetting at the momet
[16:39] <Tenkawa> er moment
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[16:41] <Tenkawa> Axy: good luck though
[16:42] <Axy> haha thnaks Tenkawa
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[16:47] <fred1807> is there a web browser I can control 100% from command line?
[16:47] <fred1807> I want to load 100%width/height pages (presentations)
[16:47] <fred1807> so from a script, I gotta, start the browser, load page 1, sleep, load page 2... Almost like a slideshow
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[16:48] <fred1807> not intented for mouse browsing... and of course, a "full screen" (without control tab)... And better yet if fast and light, without the need to start x server
[16:48] <Tenkawa> fred1807: links/elinks, lynx
[16:49] <Tenkawa> if you want terminal/text only
[16:49] <fred1807> apt-get links/elinks, lynx ?
[16:49] <fred1807> no... I want html render
[16:49] <fred1807> images
[16:49] <Tenkawa> ohhhh
[16:49] <shauno> there was a framebuffer version of elinks, but I haven't seen hide nor hair of it for a good 10 years
[16:49] <Tenkawa> i am not sure there.. i think there is something to do that however I havent used it
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[16:50] <Tenkawa> shauno: yea... it didnt last long from my memory..
[16:50] <Tenkawa> shame too
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[16:51] <Tenkawa> ah yes.. svgalib
[16:51] <shauno> does it really need to be html? for most presentations, I'd think a framebuffer image viewer would be most the battle
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[16:52] <Tenkawa> thats what that old library i used was
[16:52] <Tenkawa> wow its been like 15 years
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[16:54] <fred1807> I could use images.. but html are live content, auto updated
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[17:14] <Flipo> Hello, anyone knows if it's possible to display current framerate with omxplayer ?
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[18:40] <netbilly> Greetings great people of #raspberrypi. I can mount nfs, but when I try to ls the mount I get error: ls: reading directory /NFS/PiCam/: Input/output error
[18:40] <netbilly> I don't know what else to try. rpcbind is running, nfs-common too.
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[18:52] <netbilly> mtab: 10.0.0.60://PiCam /NFS/PiCam nfs4 rw,relatime,vers=4.0,rsize=65536,wsize=65536,namlen=255,hard,proto=tcp,timeo=600,retrans=2,sec=sys,clientaddr=10.0.0.64,local_lock=none,addr=10.0.0.60 0 0
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[18:57] <netbilly> ah. I found a mistake with the security on the server side. Sigh. Permission denied is surely better than Input/output error
[18:58] <netbilly> Thank you help =)
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[20:45] <shiftplusone> Woo... got raspbian on my chromebook https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/175702/2015-09-18%2019.40.08.jpg
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[21:11] <ali1234> is pastebinit broken in jessie?
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[21:45] <shiftplusone> pi@serge-pi ~/dev/raspi-config $ echo "Doesn't look like it" | pastebinit -> http://paste.debian.net/
[21:45] <shiftplusone> ...looks like it
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[22:27] <k_j> what s up
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[22:33] <The_Borg> good morning planet earth
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[23:00] <jancoow> Hi guys, good evening
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[23:01] <jancoow> I'm looking for something to communicatie wireless to a pi over a very long distance (think about +- 1 km or so)
[23:01] <jancoow> What would u guys suggest?
[23:01] <k_j> you need a long cable
[23:01] <k_j> oh wireless
[23:01] <k_j> sorry
[23:01] <jancoow> hahaha
[23:01] <jancoow> ;p
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[23:02] <k_j> well, for medium ranges i do not know anything
[23:02] <k_j> but i am curious too
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[23:02] <jancoow> Its for my quadcopter project
[23:03] <jancoow> And i have no idea in what range i should looking
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[23:03] <k_j> well 1km it's very high for a quadcopter
[23:03] <k_j> isn't it?
[23:03] <k_j> i mean...the one i saw did not cover that distance
[23:04] <jancoow> oke well maybe it's a little bit to far indeed
[23:04] <jancoow> but at least 500m would be needed i think?
[23:04] <k_j> how do you see where it is going?
[23:04] <jancoow> planning for a camera
[23:04] <k_j> interesting
[23:05] <k_j> i would start such a project too
[23:05] <k_j> i would like
[23:05] <k_j> jancoow, have you choosen the quadcopter?
[23:06] <jancoow> http://www.banggood.com/FPV-5_8G-200mW-Wireless-Audio-Video-Transmitter-Module-TX5823-p-84780.html + http://www.banggood.com/Boscam-RX-LCD-5802-5_8GHz-LCD-Diversity-Receiver-7-Inch-Monitor-p-908273.html for the video i think
[23:06] <jancoow> k_j: i'm building it myself, so yes
[23:06] <jancoow> k_j: for testing i'm using wifi
[23:06] <pksato> to send live stream? need bandwidth. It is not easy and cheap to do.
[23:06] <jancoow> yes live stream
[23:06] <pksato> and power.
[23:07] <numberMumbler> that's a long way. 3G, maybe? run it off a cell tower
[23:07] <jancoow> well that isn't practical for a drone i think? ;p
[23:07] <jancoow> to much latency
[23:08] <jancoow> but lets forget the 1 km (was to optimistic), something more in the range of 300 to 500m ?
[23:08] <pksato> WiFi on 5GHz
[23:08] <k_j> i think anything < 500ms is acceptable
[23:09] <k_j> is a 3g key more power consuming than wifi dongle?
[23:09] <jancoow> Funny thing is the video transmitter is about 2000 meter
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[23:10] <pksato> as reference http://www.tp-link.com/en/products/details/cat-4581_CPE510.html
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[23:10] <numberMumbler> yeah... RF would get you more range, but would require more power for the drone to xmit
[23:11] <numberMumbler> (i would assume)
[23:11] <jancoow> I think my drone can't lift that tp-link product, lol
[23:11] <jancoow> well, power isn't the biggest concern atm
[23:12] <jancoow> normal flight time (calculated) is around the 30 minutes right now
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[23:16] <jancoow> but yeah, 3g is a option but that will make the flight cost much higher
[23:16] <numberMumbler> jancoow: x.25 packet radio uses the amateur radio freqencies (in the US)... potential range of several miles (same as CB)
[23:16] <numberMumbler> not sure exactly how much equipment you'd need running to xmit
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[23:17] <jancoow> just normal FM-AM frequentius do u mean?
[23:18] <numberMumbler> yeah
[23:18] <numberMumbler> this guy reports 60.4 kb/s
[23:18] <numberMumbler> http://www.instructables.com/id/Turn-an-FM-transmitter-into-a-highspeed-packet-mod/
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[23:26] <numberMumbler> now that I think about it... 10-15 years ago, I did some work with a guy who was trying to get a field added to the AX.25 protocol for use with a drone. Not sure what ever happened with that
[23:26] <djazz> qt5 compiled today, and cool-retro-term runs gr8!
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[23:27] <jancoow> Nice, i will read through it tommorow.
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[23:28] <jancoow> I did create a simple radio station before with the pi
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[23:29] <MegaUZI> hi
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[23:29] <jancoow> i've to go, see u later
[23:29] <jancoow> bye
[23:29] <MegaUZI> My RPI finally works ! Are there patches or anything to make the desktop UI look a bit better ?
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[23:33] <djazz> MegaUZI: install xfce4 :)
[23:34] <MegaUZI> djazz, well, using raspbian
[23:34] <djazz> you mean the lxde desktop?
[23:34] <djazz> raspbian default
[23:35] <MegaUZI> ye
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[23:42] <Berg> the more eye candy the slower
[23:42] <Berg> well thats what i think
[23:43] <MegaUZI> True
[23:44] <Berg> what you gona do with your rpi MegaUZI
[23:44] <Berg> rules the world is always the good choice
[23:44] <MegaUZI> use it as a download center, since my internet connection sucks and my main computer is a power beast
[23:44] <djazz> xfce runs as good as lxde imo, and it has more features and a better panel
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[23:45] <Berg> trhe rpi wont actualy fix your connection
[23:45] <MegaUZI> also, hosting a Cuberite minecraft server
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[23:46] <MegaUZI> Berg, it won't, but it will help keeping down power costs
[23:46] <Berg> need a good connection for that
[23:46] <MegaUZI> for minecraft ?
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[23:47] <MegaUZI> well, I plan on connecting no more than 3 people on it
[23:47] <Berg> :)
[23:47] <MegaUZI> Did I buy it for nothing
[23:47] <MegaUZI> :(
[23:47] <Berg> no
[23:48] <MegaUZI> Can it replace donald trump ?
[23:48] <Berg> still recon ruling the world is a better plan
[23:48] <Berg> I use my pi to yell at the dog i thi nk im driving him mental
[23:48] <MegaUZI> but raspi with ethernet has a somewhat fine download speed right ?
[23:49] <Berg> yes
[23:49] <MegaUZI> Because my max connection is 150 kilobytes/second
[23:49] <Berg> you pi will handle a lot faster then that
[23:49] <Berg> you limit is your connection not the pi
[23:49] <MegaUZI> my connection is 150 kbytes/s
[23:50] <MegaUZI> so pi has no problems ?
[23:50] <Berg> nope
[23:50] <MegaUZI> :)
[23:50] <MegaUZI> Can i show off wit-...nvm
[23:51] <Berg> as for trump a mouse with a shot gun well trained can replace him
[23:51] <Berg> and any cat
[23:51] <Berg> hahahah
[23:52] <MegaUZI> hehe
[23:52] <MegaUZI> I should go
[23:52] <MegaUZI> wait, let's run crysis 3 on ultra
[23:57] * MegaUZI (~MegaUZI@ABordeaux-652-1-83-206.w90-16.abo.wanadoo.fr) Quit (Ping timeout: 240 seconds)
[23:59] * Keanu73 (~Keanu73@unaffiliated/keanu73) Quit (Quit: Gotta go to bed or something. See ya!)

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