#raspberrypi IRC Log

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IRC Log for 2015-10-11

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[0:40] <DMackey> My RPi tower : http://www.commodoredungeon.com/images/RPiTower/
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[0:47] <shauno> what's the black PCB? looks like an unpopulated cartridge for something vaguely 8-bit-ish?
[0:48] <DMackey> 8bit Commodore cart.
[0:48] <DMackey> It's a prototype a friend of mine designed
[0:48] <DMackey> 4mb/32mb EPROM cart
[0:48] <shauno> ah, that's why google found nothing. and black magic do a disk-testing app, so 4mb/32mb both had way too many results
[0:49] <shauno> sorry, just nosey :)
[0:49] <DMackey> www.sys64738.net/DDIBM.bmp
[0:50] <ppq> .bmp? lol
[0:52] <DMackey> you are talking to a guy that still uses 8 bit computers ya know lol
[0:53] <DMackey> http://www.commodoredungeon.com/blog
[1:00] <shauno> hm, that plipbox thing looks interesting. it just works with the free version of amitcp?
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[1:03] <fred1807> can I load 4k torrents to the pi?
[1:04] <DMackey> yup, It does shauno
[1:05] <DMackey> I'm using Miami 3.2 on my 500
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[1:05] <DMackey> I have units ready to go if you want one. $40 plus ship
[1:06] <DMackey> Currently 14 tested packed and ready for sale till my next batch of Nano's and Ethernet adapters arrive
[1:08] <ppq> fred1807, the content or the size doesn't matter
[1:08] <ppq> as long as there's enough storage
[1:08] <fred1807> can I load them to the folder, and start deamon, and wait?
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[1:09] <fred1807> Or I better load 1k , then another 1k ...
[1:09] <beowu1f> who knows about the sdcard corruption problem the pi has after x amount of power failures?
[1:09] <ppq> set up your client to load only a few at a time
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[1:12] <shauno> beowu1f: it's not really 'x amount of power failures'. it's just a chance every time you hard off. just the same as any other computer
[1:12] <beowu1f> shauno, it seems as the card actually becomes unusable afterwards though
[1:13] <shauno> really? that I haven't had, just filesystem corruption
[1:14] <beowu1f> shauno, must purchase complete new sdcard. i've ordered the http://www.modmypi.com/raspberry-pi/breakout-boards/pi-modules/ups-pico
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[1:14] <beowu1f> PI UPS
[1:15] <beowu1f> shauno, indeed, in the past i'v bought 5 new sdcard
[1:15] <DMackey> PI UPS, Sounds like a cool kickstarter to me
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[1:17] <fred1807> Just setup the card read only
[1:17] <fred1807> and make another partition for work/media files
[1:18] <fred1807> I believe the problem is in the countless log files the systems and its tools and apps keeps writing non-stop. So a read-only system solves that. I use my PI like this, and I always cut the power without anyworries like a video-game, and never had any problem
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[1:25] <beowu1f> fred1807, cool. i was just reading a forum and they were saying the same thing
[1:25] <beowu1f> damn, and just spent $50 on a UPS
[1:25] <beowu1f> at least i'll be totally moile this way :) .. for a 1hr or 2
[1:26] <beowu1f> fred1807, thanks for the heads up
[1:26] <fred1807> yes, and you dont need to go read only, and can keep all the loging system wants to
[1:26] <fred1807> *if you now have the ups
[1:28] <beowu1f> its in the post
[1:28] <beowu1f> thanks again guys
[1:29] <beowu1f> off to the irish pub for 1 standing up
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[1:30] <DMackey> beowu1f, Drink one for me too
[1:30] <DMackey> <-- Scotch/Irish
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[1:33] <DMackey> Time to start setting up these 4 RPi's. Just created the SD Cards, 4 x 32gb
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[1:55] <[Saint]> Building a cluster for...reasons?
[1:56] * [Saint] always does USB /root these days
[1:57] <[Saint]> It felt good giving my 512MB sdcards something to do.
[1:58] <[Saint]> and as a bonus there's no more massive hangs on database accesses anymore, unless I happen to also be hammering ethernet throughput at the same time.
[1:58] <Berg> 512mb never know they made them that small
[1:58] <DMackey> Saint, Something to do/tinker with
[1:58] <[Saint]> I have a 32MB one.
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[1:58] <[Saint]> (yes, really)
[1:59] <DMackey> Wow didn;t think you could go that small
[2:00] <[Saint]> I seem to recall having an 8MB one as well. Some promotional DRM'ed audio thing with an ancient DAP.
[2:00] <[Saint]> I wanna say slotradio? but that may not have been it.
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[2:02] <[Saint]> hmmm. no.
[2:03] <DMackey> Time to start configuring each Pi now..
[2:03] <[Saint]> I realize it's incredibly unrealistic, but, man it'd be great to have ILO (et al) on a Pi.
[2:04] <[Saint]> I've been spoiled by my HP servers.
[2:06] <DMackey> I bought red/green/yellow and Blue 1ft patch cables. Add some color to it
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[2:27] <Bhaal> Anyone know what kind of res I can expect to export over the ethernet connection from a Pi in h264 mode? (25Mbit)
[2:27] <Bhaal> Trying to get a decent quality stable stream at 1296x972 ...
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[2:34] <BionicToothpick> I thought the nook power supply would be sufficient.
[2:35] <BionicToothpick> I do get the color square at top right on my rpi2. maybe it is the cable.
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[3:26] <Berg> I get that too
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[3:27] <Berg> i tried a few diff cables same issue no better
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[4:42] <AbbyTheRat_> hi
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[4:43] <equil_> hi
[4:43] <AbbyTheRat> How's everyone?
[4:43] <AbbyTheRat> I have kinda good news, I've started working on the pi again!
[4:43] <AbbyTheRat> Bad news, it died on me ;-;
[4:44] <AbbyTheRat> solid red light and a very faint green dot
[4:44] <equil_> what were you doing to it?
[4:44] <AbbyTheRat> not much, was doing some more coding and rebooted
[4:44] <AbbyTheRat> and.. it didn't want to power up anymore
[4:44] <AbbyTheRat> doesn't even get to SD card booting up
[4:45] <equil_> that's quite an achievement
[4:45] <AbbyTheRat> according to my google search it isn't that uncommon >_>
[4:46] <equil_> what model is it?
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[7:06] <AbbyTheRat> oh sorry for belated reply, equil_, it was B Rev2
[7:07] <AbbyTheRat> the new one coming is a B+
[7:07] <AbbyTheRat> and with that, I'm off to bed, goodnight
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[8:19] <Bhaal> ZOMG ffmpeg takes soooooooo long to compile on a Pi!
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[8:20] <Hal-2000> why you using ffmpeg
[8:21] <Hal-2000> I cant let you do that Dave
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[8:21] <Hal-2000> I think ffmpeg is obsolete now too
[8:22] <[Saint]> based on...?
[8:22] <Hal-2000> what i read i forget where the ubuntu repo no longer has it
[8:23] <Hal-2000> https://www.google.com/search?q=what+replaces+ffmpeg&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8
[8:24] <sd1001> libav?
[8:24] <Hal-2000> some sort of fork
[8:24] <Hal-2000> im confused
[8:24] <[Saint]> I wouldn't say that makes ffmpeg obsolete.
[8:25] <Hal-2000> :)
[8:25] <[Saint]> just a weird situation where it forked and now each other ends up backporting from the other anyway.
[8:26] <[Saint]> ffmpeg is still very much in use.
[8:26] <Hal-2000> maybe they need anger managment classes
[8:26] <Hal-2000> i was using it till they took it outa repo then i was lost so i stopped project
[8:26] <Hal-2000> lost interest
[8:27] <[Saint]> It's kinda like you're saying that init is now irrelevant 'cos system replaced it based on some distro insanity. :)
[8:27] <[Saint]> or sysvinit, or any number of the tools that systemd gobbled up.
[8:27] <Hal-2000> your confusing the matter with some oen that dont know much
[8:28] <Hal-2000> only know what i had issues with
[8:28] <[Saint]> cron, login, audit, cryptsetup...ummm...sheesh, can't remember.
[8:28] <[Saint]> it keeps consuming things.
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[8:28] <Hal-2000> like qt
[8:29] <Hal-2000> it starts doing something then desides it dont wona support it no more
[8:29] <Hal-2000> leaves you out on a limb
[8:29] <[Saint]> yeah, but QT is actually useful. :p
[8:29] <[Saint]> ...and it works.
[8:30] <Hal-2000> sure if used as presented
[8:30] <Hal-2000> im happy with that
[8:31] <Hal-2000> storm time
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[8:33] <Bhaal> Ubuntu went to avconv, but my understanding is they have now switched back to ffmpeg??
[8:34] <Hal-2000> I have to check if mint mate has it back in repo i tried to use it a while back but it was gone
[8:34] <Bhaal> I don't know, don't care... I need it for encoding h264 and streaming it... The current solution I am using which is h256_v4l2_rtspserver isn't good, it can't keep the stream together at larger resolutions :/
[8:35] <Hal-2000> live cam or vids?
[8:35] <Bhaal> live cam ..
[8:35] <Bhaal> cctv
[8:36] <Hal-2000> are you using the pi cam or a usb?
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[8:36] <Bhaal> Works fine at night when the cameras are in IR mode, as there is less colour and less going on as the wind normally drops off so the trees stop moving around...
[8:36] <Bhaal> Hal-2000: The Pi cam
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[8:42] <Hal-2000> http://www.eevblog.com/2015/05/19/how-to-live-stream-a-usb-webcam-on-a-raspberry-pi-2/
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[9:01] <Vyom> http://imgur.com/a/ihAYm
[9:01] <Vyom> Got my first and new RaspPi2 yesterday :D
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[9:08] <[Saint]> Glad you took picture, I'm not sure anyone woudl've known what you were talking about otherwise. :P
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[9:24] <Vyom> Lol... thanks [Saint] .. I am just so excited. :P
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[10:26] <Vyom> noob question probably.. but I need quick answer.. can someone tell me whether I can use an SD Card of size more than 8 gigs like 64 gigs with RaspPi2? Is memory even a limit?
[10:27] <Woe> you can, limit, im not sure of
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[10:27] <ShorTie> ya and ya
[10:27] <Woe> up to 64GB apparently
[10:28] <Woe> if you need more you could probably use a usb stick
[10:28] <Vyom> Ok, thanks. And.. My RaspPi2 came with a 8 gig SD card.. I used this card to boot my RaspPi2 once. And now that I see the content of the SC card in windows.. the card is only coming as 811 partition named, "Recovery".
[10:28] <Woe> i've been planning on using an sd for boot and usb for os for awhile
[10:28] <Woe> it's not particularly readable by windows
[10:28] <Vyom> Could it be that other partition is ext and hence not showing up in windows?
[10:29] <Woe> correct
[10:29] <Vyom> thanks.
[10:30] <Vyom> Looks like I will boot into Ubuntu.
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[10:38] <Vyom> Damn.. the card that came up with my RP2 have sooo many partitions: http://i.imgur.com/0L9qBLi.png . Theoretically I can make an exact replica of the cards content on another card and keep it as a backup, in case something goes wrong. Right? But how do I do it practically.
[10:39] <Vyom> Nvm ... I think I got perfect articel: http://www.makeuseof.com/tag/easily-clone-your-sd-card-for-trouble-free-raspberry-pi-computing/
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[11:09] <puzzola> @Vyom I use a free utility called Paragon ExtFS for Windows that (more or less) transparently allows native read/write of ext* partitions. The only gotcha is that any new files you add/create from windows are owned by root.
[11:10] <Vyom> well, I am using dd command
[11:11] <Vyom> and dd command seems super easy enough. Though my only concern is that the card which only occupies half the space currently (4 gigs) stil creates a .bin image of 8 gigs (the full card).
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[11:12] <Vyom> So the dd command seems to be copying even empty space. But I think its workable.
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[11:12] <Vyom> Thanks for the utility name, Paragon ExtFS though, puzzola
[11:12] <Vyom> I might use it when I am on windows.
[11:13] <puzzola> @Vyom Oh! Yeah, I meant for messing with the root partition once it's written. After I write a fresh image, I change a few things in /boot/config.txt, but I also like to change /etc/default/keyboard layout from gb to us.
[11:14] <Vyom> ok. Looks like one fix is to change the KB layout after booting from Pi, and THEN make the image?
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[11:20] <enjeelinh> hi. anyone here has experience in capturing and processing HD stream in opencv? I was able to set resolution of videocapture to 1280x720 but the frame rate is really slow
[11:20] <enjeelinh> any help is much appreciated :)
[11:20] <Vyom> What's the bit rate of the video?
[11:21] <enjeelinh> i didn't set anything regarding that. I think it's the default value
[11:21] <enjeelinh> let me check
[11:21] <Vyom> And which OS you are using? And which player? Have you installed codecs?
[11:22] <enjeelinh> I'm using raspbian. I'm just using VideoCapture(0) and cv2.imshow('window', frame)
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[11:22] <enjeelinh> i'm not sure about codecs though. It' displaying the images, just that the fps is low
[11:22] <Vyom> Have you tried playing some other video/
[11:23] <Vyom> Tried VLC?
[11:23] <enjeelinh> yea that seems fine
[11:24] <enjeelinh> it's when I use VideoCapture that's slow
[11:24] <Vyom> So it must be the high it rate. You might want to try to lower the bit rate of the video. I can't help on which convertor to use tho.
[11:24] <enjeelinh> raspivid is smooth though
[11:24] <Vyom> You can also try to use OpenELEC distro
[11:24] <Vyom> Which is designed to play HD videos.
[11:25] <Vyom> I mean, for multimedia usage.
[11:25] <enjeelinh> I see. My purpose is to use OpenCV on the pi camera input
[11:25] <enjeelinh> playback is not really the purpose
[11:26] <Vyom> I am afraid I can't help you beyond that. I myself am a noob. Perhaps someone else like to fill in.
[11:27] <enjeelinh> yea I'm a noob too :). Thanks alot for the input!
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[13:58] <komunista> hi all
[13:59] <nfk> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WHTbw5jy6qU
[13:59] <nfk> now that's a cool use for raspberries
[13:59] <komunista> I am trying the raspbian jessie image in qemu, but I get kernel panic, can someone help me, please?
[14:00] <komunista> it was working OK with the wheezy image...
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[14:15] <Aktomariel_2012> Hi!
[14:16] <Aktomariel_2012> I am from Kiev, Ukraine
[14:17] <Aktomariel_2012> where get driver for Edimax EW 7811UAC ? I have istalled Kal Linux 2,0.1 on Rasppbery Pi (512)
[14:19] <nfk> http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2259890
[14:19] <nfk> it might or might not have since then been added to the driver
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[14:19] <lermain> i was trying to find a russian link for it, because i think that introduction had to be related
[14:19] <nfk> i thought it was just a troll
[14:20] <nfk> anyway, you don't say where you're from on IRC, Aktomariel_2012
[14:21] <Aktomariel_2012> i need drive compile for ARMEL ton ARMHF
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[14:24] <nfk> i'd just get a different adapter if i were you
[14:25] <nfk> but of course if you don't have anything else lying around, you'll have to figure something out or spend half a day to build your own kernel (though perhaps you can get away with just building the module) there's also an option to compile on a Pc but that's a bi tcomplicated
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[14:26] <Aktomariel_2012> ob CD was Linux driver source but how to crosscompile it for armel rpi rchtectufre ?
[14:26] <nfk> also i'll point out that USB 2.0 high speed has the speed of 12 Mbps from the top of my head which means that even good old 802.11g is already much faster than that
[14:27] <nfk> 600 Mbps 802.11ac is an absolute overkill
[14:27] <nfk> Aktomariel_2012, it envolves a lot of english
[14:27] <nfk> *involves
[14:27] * nfk yawns
[14:28] <gordonDrogon> usb 2 high speed is 480Mb/sec ...
[14:28] <Aktomariel_2012> ienglish no problem
[14:28] <nfk> i don't think so
[14:28] <gordonDrogon> usb 1 Full Speed is 12Mb/sec.
[14:29] <nfk> ah, you're right
[14:29] <nfk> i certainly never have seen speeds near that
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[14:29] <gordonDrogon> the names really don't help at all.
[14:30] <gordonDrogon> I have seen 98Mb/sec on a Pi, however testing the other day only achieved just over 80Mb/sec. It may be issues with the kernel, reliabiltiy and stuff like that.
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[14:30] <gordonDrogon> I don't have any modern usb storage devices, so have never tested in on them.
[14:31] <gordonDrogon> (the above tests were on wired ethernet fwiw)
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[14:32] <nfk> well, if someone finds the url, point him there, i can't find it today on how to use qemu to run the os on raspberry pi memory card
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[14:32] <Aktomariel_2012> sow hiw to compile driver Y&
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[14:38] <enjeelinh> hi guys. Anyone got experience with opencv on raspberry pi? I'm trying to use pi cam module to get stream and process on raspberry. I need the resolution to be at 720p and fps >30 but just VideoCapture(0) and imshow already has lower fps than that
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[14:40] <cofo> sup !!!
[14:41] <SpeedEvil> enjeelinh: 1 or 2?
[14:42] <enjeelinh> 2
[14:42] <SpeedEvil> The Pi is not very fast.
[14:42] <SpeedEvil> Are you sure you're capturing at 720, and not downsampling in software?
[14:43] <enjeelinh> hmm I noticed that 720 in my opencv code looks much worse than 720 in raspivid
[14:43] <enjeelinh> seems like the v4l2 is doing something there
[14:44] <enjeelinh> raspivid seems to capture all fine even at 1080p
[14:44] <cofo> i depends on what you are using it
[14:44] <enjeelinh> I'm just using VideoCapture(0) to get the image then imshow('window',frame)
[14:44] <enjeelinh> that's it
[14:45] <cofo> sorry
[14:45] <cofo> how do you use opencv ? XD
[14:45] <enjeelinh> haha what do you mean?
[14:46] <enjeelinh> i could post the code somewhere if you're interested in taking a look
[14:46] <cofo> yes
[14:46] <cofo> but which programming language?
[14:46] <cofo> and how did you compile it?
[14:46] <enjeelinh> I compiled it on pi 2. took a long time though
[14:47] <enjeelinh> let me paste the cmakecache as well
[14:47] <cofo> i have pi b+
[14:47] <cofo> but im interesting anyway
[14:47] <enjeelinh> here's the code http://pastebin.com/6CVW4sJJ
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[14:49] <cofo> why with the lines lol
[14:50] <enjeelinh> here's the CMakeCache
[14:50] <enjeelinh> http://pastebin.com/Du2YtXvT
[14:50] <cofo> just curious why you didn't use argparse?
[14:50] <enjeelinh> oh i modified the code from another place
[14:50] <enjeelinh> didn't bother to change much XD
[14:50] <cofo> k
[14:50] <cofo> well idk
[14:50] <cofo> but
[14:51] <cofo> would write it in c/c++ would be faster?
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[14:52] <nfk> enjeelinh, depending on what algos you're running even a PC might have trouble giving you 12 fps
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[14:52] <nfk> especially cooler stuff like computer vision
[14:52] <cofo> if you get it work please update me :)
[14:52] <nfk> also note that opencv is at best state of the art for 2012
[14:52] <cofo> im not familiar with the module though.
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[14:53] <cofo> how much fps you got?
[14:54] <nfk> are you asking me?
[14:54] <enjeelinh> well I got another code for c++ as well
[14:54] <enjeelinh> fps is the same
[14:55] <cofo> i saw a video he said 720/60
[14:55] <nfk> enjeelinh, the reason opencv is slower is because with the dedicated stuff it's getting already encoded H.264, i think
[14:55] <enjeelinh> well i"m not using any algo yet. Just VideoCapture.read() and imshow :)
[14:55] <cofo> what is "imshow" ?
[14:55] <nfk> while opencv might be reading raw data/jpeg and also it's doing a lot more processing like converting it to bgr
[14:55] <cofo> i see it's a function
[14:56] <enjeelinh> cofo o it's to show the image
[14:56] <nfk> while it's counter intuitive it can be that the interface between camera and pi can't actually deliver that much data
[14:56] <nfk> but that's just a guess from what i remember from my experiments without opencv but with pi from this spring
[14:56] <enjeelinh> @nfk hm I remember readign something about that
[14:57] <cofo> what about recording.. how much fps do you get?
[14:57] <nfk> enjeelinh, anyway, what do you want to do in opencv?
[14:57] <enjeelinh> i didn't use recording in opencv. I use raspivid and that's fine
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[14:58] <nfk> as i said, some stuff will not get you 30 fps even on a PC and i'm not sure they were even running those at 720p
[14:58] <enjeelinh> nfk i'm working on a license plate recognition project
[14:58] <nfk> enjeelinh, and decoding of the said video is in hardware? the software especially on pre pi2 is hopelessly slow
[14:58] <enjeelinh> but i haven't used the algorithms yet. Just capturing the frame and displaying already has low fps
[14:59] <nfk> enjeelinh, yeah, 30 fps for pre-pi2 is probably hopeless
[14:59] <nfk> but just a guess
[14:59] <nfk> pi2 might or might not have the juice, i'd probably start by doing it on a pc
[14:59] <nfk> and then consider if it's even worth porting to pi2
[15:00] <cofo> im newbie but what do you want to get from the fps, the quality?
[15:00] <enjeelinh> well the point is to get it on a pi. It's relatively easy to do it on a PC
[15:00] <nfk> i'm not sure if 30 fps with state of the art stuff is or is not impossible but i'd say it's not gonna be easy with just plain old opencv
[15:00] <nfk> i'd actually look at more dedicated and newer solution
[15:00] <enjeelinh> hmm cos the motion blur of the vehicles will reduce the recognition accuracy
[15:00] <nfk> enjeelinh, and what's the performacne on pc/
[15:00] <enjeelinh> the plate recognition I mean
[15:01] <nfk> enjeelinh, to avoid the motion blur you'd need more like 48-60 fps
[15:01] <enjeelinh> nfk, on my mac it's around 40-50 fps
[15:01] <nfk> also note that you do not have to process every frame, try processing every second or third frame
[15:01] <enjeelinh> yea that' why I want to push fps to above 30 with the pi
[15:02] <nfk> you could also optimize it by some trivial motion detection to see if there's even anything to process
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[15:02] <enjeelinh> nfk, yea I'm considering doing a timelapse
[15:02] <nfk> enjeelinh, my rough guess is that i'll be surprised if 30 fps is good enough but i'm sure you have already simulated it on a pc
[15:02] <nfk> if not, you should
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[15:03] <enjeelinh> yea that does too. If i can't get the video fps to increase I'll do a time lapse, take a picture with high shutter speed every 0.3 second or something like that
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[15:03] <enjeelinh> yea I did run on pc. 30fps does not cut it for the motion blur
[15:03] <enjeelinh> I saw the pi cam spec to enable 60fps on 720p so I thought that would do
[15:04] <nfk> enjeelinh, if you're using the raspberry cam module you're greatly overrating it's ability, i think
[15:04] <nfk> but i could be wrong
[15:04] <nfk> i certainly didn't get that much speed when not using the dedicated stuff
[15:04] <enjeelinh> haha yea I never owned a pi before. I saw the spec and thought that's enough
[15:04] <nfk> and i could not find any documentation on the way the included apps work
[15:04] <enjeelinh> yea. Raspivid does quite well
[15:05] <nfk> but the interfaces common to open source do not
[15:05] <nfk> including the python api that's already not that well documented, iirc
[15:05] <enjeelinh> true that. I was hoping to use raspivid to start a stream, then use opencv to grab that stream instead
[15:05] <nfk> i think i got more like 0.5 fps in my project
[15:05] <nfk> and that was just sending stuff over http
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[15:06] <enjeelinh> yea I guess network played a big part there
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[15:06] <enjeelinh> if I use gstreamer on local network the fps is pretty awesome
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[15:06] <nfk> enjeelinh, i'd probably consider capturing the stream, decoding it with the hardware acceleration and then processing in opencv only every 3rd or 4th frame
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[15:07] <enjeelinh> yea I'm hoping to find a way to do that
[15:07] <nfk> enjeelinh, no, it was the fact that i was taking individual pics as the video interface was a fucking mess and i wanted something that i could just run in firefox without special codecs so H264 was out anyway
[15:08] <enjeelinh> so you used mjpeg stream?
[15:08] <enjeelinh> and that was on pi2 or pi1?
[15:08] <nfk> also you generally can't just send raw H.264 over the net
[15:08] <nfk> well, you can but not to a browser
[15:08] <enjeelinh> yea I noticed that
[15:08] <enjeelinh> played a bit with uv4l
[15:09] <enjeelinh> mjpeg is really slow
[15:09] <nfk> for something like html5 the data needs to be properly encapsulated and worse pacetized
[15:09] <nfk> and that makes your life a missery
[15:09] <enjeelinh> well the codecs names are pretty much all I know about codecs
[15:09] <nfk> there's few solutions and they all are terrible and instead of libav raspbian has of course libav and since it's debian it's of course outdated and stripped of useful but encumbered bits
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[15:10] <nfk> enjeelinh, basically when your tv decoder gets digital stream it's comming in packets and those packets contain everything in a certain format
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[15:10] <nfk> and then there's stuff in that but html5 is not that complicated but the general idea is still there
[15:11] <enjeelinh> yea I read somewhere that the encoding of raspivid was done by gpu
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[15:11] <enjeelinh> so raspivid can record in 60fps, but others can't
[15:11] <nfk> at its core the raw video stream for at least common codecs does not even include that much helpful information especially if it's not the beginning or end but you can tune in on a stream at any moment with html5 live or digital tv so that header information must be repeated often enough
[15:11] <nfk> and so on
[15:12] <enjeelinh> opencv which uses v4l2 and cpu to encode hence it's much slower
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[15:12] <nfk> you can forget about cpu encoding in my opinion
[15:12] <nfk> if you get it working in software on pre-pi2 you're a wizard in my books
[15:13] <nfk> and even pi2 is actually an overclocked nokia
[15:13] <nfk> and i'm not talking about the modern ones
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[15:13] <enjeelinh> haha
[15:13] <enjeelinh> has anyone tried to get symbian on this thing just for fun
[15:13] <nfk> i'd rather run full linux or even just android
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[15:14] <enjeelinh> well true that
[15:14] <enjeelinh> I heard the ordroid is pretty awesome for the same price
[15:14] <enjeelinh> you got opencl and shit, which make things much faster
[15:15] <nfk> i'm not so sure, it's hopefully more open
[15:15] <nfk> then again beaglebone black is also more open and barely more expensive
[15:15] <nfk> also i think the cheaper odroids have problems with drivers or stability or something
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[15:16] <nfk> if you want parallel processing there's stuff like paralella
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[15:18] <enjeelinh> hmm but beaglebone is 1 core right?
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[15:18] <nfk> no idea, i would have chosen it over pi1
[15:19] <enjeelinh> and 512mb, which makes it more like a beefed up version of pi1
[15:19] <enjeelinh> yea agreed
[15:19] <nfk> pi2 is a bit of an upgrade
[15:19] <nfk> i'm not sure what would compare to it
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[15:19] <nfk> enjeelinh, pi1 includes b and b+ which are both 512 (well, b also came in 256 at first, iirc)
[15:21] <enjeelinh> yea I couldn't think of any use for it back then
[15:21] <enjeelinh> for small projects probably arduino suffices
[15:21] <enjeelinh> the old pi is like right there in the middle, not really good at anything
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[15:30] <nfk> arduino is 8 bit and has memory (for many/most models) of around 28 kB if you do not mess with bootloader which would require flashing the EEPROM yourself and finally it has "RAM" of about 1-2 kb
[15:30] <nfk> *kB
[15:30] <nfk> perhaps even less, not sure
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[15:31] <nfk> it think it's less of a ram and more just registers but i'm not sure about the intrinsics of avr
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[15:32] <nfk> i'm pretty sure avr does not even measure up to stuff like Bosch PLCs
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[15:33] <nfk> which are programmed in something like a bastard cousin of verilog
[15:33] <nfk> graphical even
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[16:05] <gordonDrogon> ladder logic.
[16:06] <gordonDrogon> PLCs may use devices like AVR/PICs but they've got much more inside them.
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[17:01] <giddles> anyone knowlegend with ircd-hybrid and eggheads?
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[17:27] <Vyom> So I can install any OS on my RaspPi2, and video is playing perfectly, though I am not able to get the sound working. Does 3.5 mm audio jack doesn't work on the pi?
[17:27] <Vyom> Anorion ^
[17:28] <NedScott> works for me?
[17:28] <selckin> make sure its not muted
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[17:28] <Vyom> its not muted :|
[17:28] <Vyom> I tried earphones as well as laptop speakers.. but no donut
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[17:30] <DMackey> Is the audio being sent to the HDMI cable instead?
[17:30] <DMackey> I think there is a setting in raspi-config about it.
[17:30] <Vyom> can it be? How to make sure it isn't?
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[17:30] <Vyom> ok.
[17:31] <DMackey> I don't do much sound stuff so I can't say for sure that will fix your problem.
[17:31] <DMackey> Lots of help here and Google of course
[17:31] <Vyom> yes, thanks. I will try something and then come back.
[17:32] <DMackey> I'll be AFK, Going to ride the dirt bike for a few hours while the sun is shining
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[17:32] <Vyom> If you didn't mean rhetotically then whoa, and all the best.
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[17:33] <Vyom> rhetorically*
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[17:45] <exonormal> Vyom: go to raspi-config and enable the sound and which output you want to use.
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[17:55] <Vyom> Will try exonormal
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[17:57] <Vyom> wifi dongle doesn't work on Windows iOt core... -_- sucks man.
[17:57] <methuzla> Vyom raspi-config -> Advanced Options -> Audio -> Force 3.5mm ('headphone') jack
[17:57] <Vyom> Ok
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[17:58] <Vyom> currently downloading ubuntu mate 15.04.. Will see in that
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[17:58] <azizLIGHT> can i use a raspberry pi like a man in the middle sniffer with an extra usb nic?
[17:59] <azizLIGHT> sniffer and packet modifier
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[18:02] <CoJaBo> Probably.
[18:02] <CoJaBo> Might not be powerful enough if it's high bandwidth tho
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[18:23] <icemanbp> hi, is it normal that If I measure tension over a GPIO pin setted as IN, I get 3.3V?
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[18:31] <ppq> icemanbp, it's normal if you enabled the internal pullup, yes
[18:31] <icemanbp> how can I see if it's enabled?
[18:32] <icemanbp> becouse, I get always input true over that pin
[18:32] <icemanbp> :-/
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[18:32] <ppq> sounds like there's something wrong with your connected circuit
[18:34] <icemanbp> ppq: with tester, one wire on GND and other directly to the pin... I get 3.3V
[18:34] <icemanbp> I expect 0 on that pin
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[18:41] <icemanbp> ppq: so the "input" is when the pin get 0 V?
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[19:35] <FlyingPersian> hi
[19:36] <FlyingPersian> does anyone here have a IR receiver for his pi?
[19:36] <FlyingPersian> I just hooked up mine, but it isn't recognizing the pressing of my buttons
[19:36] <FlyingPersian> I'm using my LG G4 which has a IR receiver as well. it works fine with my TV and a/v receiver
[19:37] <FlyingPersian> I'm pretty sure I hooked up the IR receiver correctly. the GND cable is going into a DC adapter which has two other GND cables going in (for the LEDs, one going to the PI, one going to the LEDs)
[19:37] <FlyingPersian> is there a way I can check whether the IR is on?
[19:40] <Vyom> i know of a trick... view the ir sensor with your phone camera.. there should appear a light flash whenever infrainfrared light is activated
[19:40] <Vyom> FlyingPersian
[19:40] <FlyingPersian> okay
[19:40] <FlyingPersian> one thing though
[19:41] <FlyingPersian> I followed a tutorial and they hooked it up to 3,3V
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[19:41] <FlyingPersian> on a different tutorial on 5V
[19:41] <FlyingPersian> which one should I use?
[19:41] <FlyingPersian> https://www.modmypi.com/image/data/tutorials/%20TSOP38238/IMGA0502.JPG <-- 5V (red cable)
[19:41] <FlyingPersian> http://powerpi.de/wp-content/uploads/2015/05/raspberry_pi__lirc_ir_receiver_schaltplan_tsop4838.png <-- 3,3v
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[19:42] <Vyom> i can't help you with that.
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[19:43] <FlyingPersian> http://sourceforge.net/p/rasplex/wiki/GPIO-IR/ <-- here they say 3,3V as well
[19:43] <Vyom> Follow one tutorial.
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[19:44] <FlyingPersian> I did
[19:44] <FlyingPersian> most sources say 3,3v, so I'll go with that
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[19:50] <FlyingPersian> lirc_rpi: auto-detected active low receiver on GPIO pin 18
[19:50] <FlyingPersian> this is a good sign I guess
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[19:51] <groupers> Has anyone here used a Banana Pi and the SATA port?
[19:51] <groupers> They claim 3Gbps SATA but they use a USB-SATA bridge onboard and only have USB 2.0... how could they possibly get more than 400Mbps like that?
[19:52] <groupers> Can these USB-SATA chips use more than one USB port or something?
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[19:54] <FlyingPersian> okay it has something to do with my app/phone
[19:54] <FlyingPersian> it recognizes a different remote
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[19:55] <gordonDrogon> groupers, by lying.
[19:56] <gordonDrogon> groupers, the data xfer over the bus might well be at 3Gb/sec but wire through USB will be at 400 - even worse the other end - wire to usb storage device might be even slower...
[19:57] <exonormal> in the dongle or puter?
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[20:05] <gordonDrogon> not sure what/who you're refering to there, exonormal ...
[20:06] <exonormal> well, is the "wires" in the device or the computer? of the USB you were talking about its speed truth...
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[20:06] <jimbeam> Hey I connected an external drive, formatted it but df -h lists it as 562GB not 5TB!
[20:07] <jimbeam> Any idea what I may be doing wrong?
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[20:08] <AbbyTheRat> heya every
[20:08] <AbbyTheRat> one*
[20:09] <AbbyTheRat> [Saint]: meow
[20:09] <ppq> jimbeam, what does lsblk say?
[20:11] <ppq> my guess is that you forgot a zero when you created it
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[20:15] <gordonDrogon> exonormal, ok - imagine a disk that can stream data from the spinning platter at a max. rate of 100Mb/sec. This was usual until relatively recently. The interface between the disk and host computer might run at 3Gb/sec but the data is not coming off the platter any faster. This is common - so even with USB3 running at X Gb/sec the actual interface at each end might well be much slower - so manufacturers will use the highest speed possibl
[20:15] <gordonDrogon> e in their advertising stuff and effectively lie to you without being able to be accused of lying.
[20:15] <Vyom> 5 TB drive should contain 4656 GB due to 1000 rounding
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[20:17] <jimbeam> ppq: lsblk looks good, sda is 4.6 TB, contains sda1 (200M) and sda2 (4.6TB)
[20:17] <jimbeam> All I did was mount /dev/sda2 /mnt
[20:19] <exonormal> gordonDrogon: I see... ok, never thot of that... I have always suspected supin not right in all the device's speeds... thank you...
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[20:20] <jimbeam> Not sure where I could have left off a zero..
[20:21] <ppq> jimbeam, and now df -h shows the size (first column) as 562 GB?
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[20:22] <jimbeam> Yep /dev/sda2 562G 2.6M 562G 1% /mnt
[20:23] <ppq> huh, never seen something like that
[20:23] <ppq> which fs?
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[20:24] <gordonDrogon> jimbeam, did you partition it?
[20:25] <jimbeam> I don't think so
[20:25] <jimbeam> Just formatted: sudo mkfs.vfat /dev/sda2 -n DISK
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[20:26] <jimbeam> Btw this is the drive: http://www.amazon.com/Seagate-Desktop-External-Storage-STDT5000100/dp/B00J0O5R2I
[20:26] <ppq> strange. maybe try mkfs again
[20:27] <ppq> or try with another fs
[20:27] <jimbeam> Same result with ext4
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[20:29] <gordonDrogon> not done this for a while but something is nagging at me to suggest you create a gpt partition table on it..
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[20:32] <jimbeam> Ok I will try thanks for the advice!!
[20:32] <jimbeam> This is so annoying..
[20:32] <ppq> it should be GPT ootb
[20:33] <jimbeam> Oh yeah looks like mbr doesn't support disks above 2TB
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[20:41] <jimbeam> Hmm it is GPT...
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[20:44] <ppq> jimbeam, strange thing is: on the interwebs, several people use that drive on their pi without problems
[20:45] <ppq> does it work on another machine?
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[20:46] <jimbeam> Yeah no problem on my mac, shows up as 5 TB
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[20:53] <jimbeam> Anyway I gtg
[20:53] <jimbeam> Thanks for all the help..
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[22:13] <AbbyTheRat> Heya everyone ^_^ how's everyone on this fine day
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[22:16] <xenkey> AbbyTheRat: not bad
[22:16] <xenkey> just been released on bail
[22:17] <AbbyTheRat> Well, hope you spoken to your lawyer
[22:17] <xenkey> i don't have a lawyer
[22:18] <AbbyTheRat> then you may be in serious trouble
[22:18] <AbbyTheRat> what's the bail for?
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[22:19] <xenkey> lying to a federal agent was what i was in for
[22:20] <xenkey> probably not something you'd like to talk about on your fine day
[22:20] <xenkey> other than that, got my new pi case delivered
[22:20] <AbbyTheRat> That's good news
[22:21] <xenkey> i need some new kit
[22:21] <xenkey> is there a way to connect a mic to the pi?
[22:21] <AbbyTheRat> mac?
[22:21] <AbbyTheRat> oh mic
[22:21] <xenkey> I managed, but only with a bluetooth headset
[22:21] <AbbyTheRat> right
[22:21] <AbbyTheRat> duh, I'm pretty sure there is
[22:21] <AbbyTheRat> but it's not for me
[22:22] <xenkey> there's no hole man
[22:22] <xenkey> it has no mike hole
[22:22] <methuzla> xenkey pi has no audio in, you need additional hardware
[22:22] <xenkey> great
[22:22] <xenkey> is there a board that does?
[22:23] <methuzla> probably
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[23:08] <regum> Hello everyone, I've got a question about the camera module, may I ask it here?
[23:09] <Xenthys`> yeah, it's the good place to do so :)
[23:09] <regum> thanks
[23:10] <regum> so I'm using ubuntu 14 on the raspberry pi 2. I want to use the camera module but haven't found a way to do this that works for me
[23:10] <regum> I was hoping you could help me
[23:10] <Xenthys`> Use the camera module with which software?
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[23:12] <regum> just be able to access it, so that I may capture video with it. i'm Intending to use it with ROS later on, but for now I would just like to stream a video from the raspberry to another computer via ssh
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[23:13] <Xenthys`> Is it enabled in raspi-config?
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[23:13] <regum> I don't have raspi-config, I'm using ubuntu 14
[23:14] <regum> but I have editted config.txt in /boot/
[23:14] <Xenthys`> ah, forgot that point, sorry
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[23:14] <Xenthys`> So I'll assume you already enabled your PiCam
[23:15] <regum> I've added start_x=1 at the end of the file as some posts suggested
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[23:15] <regum> just that, how can i check that it is neabled?
[23:16] <Xenthys`> Hum, it's been a while since the last time I used it, and it was on RaspBian :<
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[23:17] <regum> if I do lsusb I get the ethernet adapter, a device with no name from Standard Microsystems Corp and Linux fundation 2.0 root hub
[23:17] <regum> is any of those the camera?
[23:17] <regum> well, not the etehrnet
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[23:20] <Xenthys`> hum, no idea, I must say it worked like a charm for me
[23:20] <regum> oh, that's a shame
[23:20] <regum> I'm quite lost
[23:20] <Xenthys`> I used mjpg-streamer
[23:20] <regum> well, there is a method I couldn't really follow
[23:21] <Xenthys`> maybe it could help you
[23:21] <regum> if you could shed some light I may be able to do it that way
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[23:22] <Xenthys`> I installed the mjpg-streamer on my RasPi some times ago
[23:22] <regum> the problem is that I can't seem to use it in any way
[23:22] <Xenthys`> grab some informations about this pkg
[23:22] <Xenthys`> ah? weird
[23:22] <regum> the streaming isn't the problem
[23:22] <regum> https://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/viewtopic.php?f=56&t=100553
[23:23] <regum> I found an answer here
[23:23] <regum> but i get lost when it says to apply a diff
[23:23] <regum> Then you have to build raspberry pi userland yourself and make some changes. Just git clone https://github.com/raspberrypi/userland then apply this diff to it:
[23:23] <regum> diff --git a/buildme b/buildme
[23:23] <regum> index ce8f516..7cef87d 100755
[23:23] <regum> --- a/buildme
[23:23] <regum> +++ b/buildme
[23:23] <regum> @@ -2,10 +2,11 @@
[23:23] <regum> if [ "armv6l" = `arch` ]; then
[23:23] <regum> # Native compile on the Raspberry Pi
[23:23] <regum> + export LDFLAGS="-Wl,--no-as-needed"
[23:23] <regum> mkdir -p build/raspberry/release
[23:23] <regum> pushd build/raspberry/release
[23:23] <regum> cmake -DCMAKE_BUILD_TYPE=Release ../../..
[23:23] <regum> - make
[23:23] <regum> + make -j4
[23:23] <regum> if [ "$1" != "" ]; then
[23:23] <regum> sudo make install DESTDIR=$1
[23:23] <regum> else
[23:23] <regum> diff --git a/makefiles/cmake/toolchains/arm-linux-gnueabihf.cmake b/makefiles/cmake/toolchains/arm-linux-gnueabihf.cmake
[23:24] <regum> index 575cc0e..a5bebcd 100644
[23:24] <regum> --- a/makefiles/cmake/toolchains/arm-linux-gnueabihf.cmake
[23:24] <regum> +++ b/makefiles/cmake/toolchains/arm-linux-gnueabihf.cmake
[23:24] <regum> @@ -10,7 +10,8 @@ SET(CMAKE_ASM_COMPILER arm-linux-gnueabihf-gcc)
[23:24] <regum> SET(CMAKE_SYSTEM_PROCESSOR arm)
[23:24] <regum> #ADD_DEFINITIONS("-march=armv6")
[23:24] <regum> -add_definitions("-mcpu=arm1176jzf-s -mfpu=vfp -mfloat-abi=hard")
[23:24] <regum> +#add_definitions("-mcpu=arm1176jzf-s -mfpu=vfp -mfloat-abi=hard")
[23:24] <regum> +add_definitions("-march=armv7-a -mfpu=neon -mfloat-abi=hard")
[23:24] <regum> # rdynamic means the backtrace should work
[23:24] <regum> IF (CMAKE_BUILD_TYPE MATCHES "Debug")
[23:24] <regum> Do you know how to o this?
[23:24] <Xenthys`> aaaaaah
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[23:24] <Xenthys`> use a pastebin next time, it's spammy to paste a file here
[23:24] <regum> sorry
[23:24] <regum> I'm new to irc
[23:24] <regum> I'll look into pastebins
[23:25] <Xenthys`> IRC or anywhere else, never paste a whole file in a chat system :)
[23:25] <regum> how would I go about doing this "diff"
[23:25] <regum> sorry :/
[23:26] <Xenthys`> every line with a "-" needs to be removed
[23:26] <Xenthys`> every line with a "+" needs to be added
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[23:27] <regum> so a diff isn't a command?
[23:27] <Xenthys`> as you can see, "arm1176jzf-s" is replaced by "armv7-a"
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[23:28] <Xenthys`> the diff command exists, but here you just need to change some lines, and I only use diff to show differences between 2 files, not to modify them
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[23:28] <Xenthys`> so I don't even know if it's possible to modify a file using `diff`
[23:29] <regum> I don't understand, where would I change the lines? How do I follow this?
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[23:30] <regum> what about the '@' and the such
[23:30] <Xenthys> did you clone this file?
[23:30] <regum> I tried it once
[23:31] <regum> I can redo it now
[23:31] <regum> if you want I can redo the steps and tell you when I'm ready
[23:32] <Xenthys`> well, as I never used Ubuntu 14 on a RasPi, you may find someone with more knowledge than me
[23:33] <regum> I just need help on doing the diff
[23:34] <regum> ok, I've cloned the repo
[23:35] <Xenthys`> I may tell you to edit the 2 said file manually, but I think there's a better method that I don't know
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[23:36] <regum> If you could tell me what to edit, that would be great, but I can ask elsewhere if you prefer
[23:37] <regum> I appreciate the help nevertheless
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[23:37] <Xenthys> then open "buildme" in a text editor
[23:37] <regum> ok
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[23:37] <Xenthys> search « if [ "armv6l" = `arch` ]; then »
[23:38] <Xenthys> add « export LDFLAGS="-Wl,--no-as-needed" » under it, like in the code
[23:38] <regum> I found it
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[23:38] <Berg> i was wonderingv if you can also install raspi-config and use its tools to edit how you use your pi
[23:38] <regum> oh I think I get it now, that's the output from a git diff
[23:39] <Xenthys> and you may find « make » some lines under that, add the -j4 option
[23:39] <regum> I thought it was a list of commands or something for users to read
[23:39] <Xenthys> yeah, `diff --git a/file b/file`
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[23:39] <regum> Berg, how cauld I do that? I'm trying the methis posted on the forums first, but if it doesn't work I'll try that
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[23:40] <regum> thank you Xenthys, I feel like a bit of an idiot now xd
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[23:40] <regum> I think i'll be able to edit the file on my own, thank you!
[23:41] <Berg> you use sudo apt-get install raspi-config "i hope its in the repo if not add the raspbian repo"
[23:41] <Xenthys`> there is 2 files to edit, don't forget that point :)
[23:41] <regum> by the way, sorry for the typos, I'm not used to this keyboard yet
[23:41] <Berg> im a typo king i have fat fingers
[23:41] <Berg> enjoy
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[23:42] <regum> thanks! I'll update you if it works
[23:42] <Berg> :)
[23:43] <Xenthys`> And I don't care about typos as I still need to correct my grammar
[23:43] * Xenthys` isn't an english native speaker.
[23:43] <Xenthys`> uh
[23:43] <Xenthys`> native english*
[23:44] <Xenthys`> I'm inverting a lot of words today, it's pretty disturbing.
[23:44] <Berg> feel free to invent words even when your spell checker objects
[23:44] <Berg> hehehe
[23:45] <Xenthys`> more inverting than inventing
[23:46] <Xenthys`> And I hate spell checkers :}
[23:46] <Berg> i turnbed mine off
[23:46] <Berg> see
[23:46] <Xenthys`> *bed*
[23:46] <Berg> sleep good
[23:46] <Xenthys`> UTC+2 for me, maybe I should go to bed yeah
[23:47] <Berg> im just waking its about 9am
[23:47] <Xenthys`> « <Berg> i turnbed mine off »
[23:47] <Berg> coirrect
[23:47] <Xenthys`> turnbed, bed...
[23:47] <Berg> its a typo
[23:47] <Berg> honest
[23:48] <Xenthys`> yeah, but I saw bed, then I saw the hour
[23:48] <Berg> mind over internet
[23:48] <Berg> i think im +11 atm
[23:48] <Berg> daylight savings etc
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[23:50] <Berg> ok afk playing warzone2100
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[23:50] * Xenthys doesn't play anymore. :(
[23:51] * Xenthys` neither :(
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