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IRC Log for 2015-10-26

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[0:00] <Lartza> wheezy then? :/
[0:00] <kookie> yes
[0:00] <kookie> just plain Raspbian
[0:00] <Lartza> Wait... it's just BASH?
[0:00] <kookie> yes
[0:00] <Lartza> Raspbian has a jessie version too...
[0:00] <Lartza> It's nevewew
[0:00] <Lartza> *newer
[0:00] <kookie> yeh?
[0:00] <Lartza> jessie is plain rasbian too :P
[0:01] <kookie> ok
[0:01] <Lartza> If you just want to use inxi I guess you can just grab the git and use it
[0:01] <Lartza> If you don't need it installed system-wide
[0:01] <kookie> where in git is it?
[0:01] <Lartza> https://github.com/smxi/inxi
[0:02] <kookie> ok ty
[0:02] <Lartza> If you look in here https://packages.debian.org/jessie/inxi you can see the recommended packages, that are needed for some of the functionality
[0:02] <Lartza> I assume at least
[0:03] <kookie> ok... ty... will try the github one first..
[0:04] <Lartza> No but I mean, it will probably require those "rec" packages to be installed for some of the functionality
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[0:05] <kookie> ok... gotcha..
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[0:06] <kookie> hhhmmmm got a 404 page, lol
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[0:08] <kookie> ahh... left one character out, lol
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[2:13] <manila> Is there a more in depth guide to crux arm for RPi2B
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[3:11] <eggwich> Hello. Thanks for existing :) I have a question. If I am running a RPi as a headless samba deluge seedbox local network share thingy, can I set my GPU memory to 16 in the raspi-config? Or is the GPU something that will be used to process data for the operations of being a seedbox/network share? Mahalo
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[3:15] <pksato> eggwich: yes, no.
[3:17] <eggwich> :)
[3:17] <eggwich> excellent! Thanks pklaus
[3:17] <eggwich> erm
[3:17] <eggwich> pksato
[3:17] <eggwich> so many PK ppls heheh
[3:17] <eggwich> Its got a piglow on it too... I wonder if I can trigger that when torrents are done / stalling / no connections
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[4:48] <truckboy383> hello all
[4:49] <truckboy383> is it possible to play 1080p movies from any ras-pie machines via and external usb drive?
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[5:53] <gorroth> my AVR bootloader is close to working! the bigger one i wrote isn't, but i broke it down into a small version that just got the writing to flash working, and now it's going :-)
[5:54] <gorroth> so once i pull the changes over, my raspberry pi will be a programmer via both SPI and UART
[5:54] <gorroth> and then i can really really start to build up the robot i'm building :-)
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[5:57] <CoJaBo> The board I'm working on now makes the RPi feel like it has 16TB of RAM
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[5:58] <Xark> CoJaBo: So like 512 bytes of RAM? :)
[6:01] <CoJaBo> 32MB, but it has to fit wayy too much stuff lol
[6:03] <gorroth> my avr chip has 512 bytes of eeprom and 1024 bytes of sram
[6:03] <gorroth> and 8 kb of flash storage
[6:03] <CoJaBo> I've worked on one with 32B RAM before
[6:03] <gorroth> it has brought a new feeling of what i can do with that little amount of data
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[6:04] <gorroth> what chip has 32 B?
[6:04] <CoJaBo> Forget the name; it also ran at 20Mhz
[6:04] <gorroth> oh, mine is running at 8 mhz
[6:04] <gorroth> it can do 20, but i'd have to pump it to 5v and put a faster clock on it
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[6:05] <CoJaBo> http://www.jameco.com/1/1/25721-bs2-ic-basic-stamp-2-module-processor-speed-20-mhz-prototyping-systems.html
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[6:05] <gorroth> 32 bytes... was it basically used as a PWM?
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[6:07] <gorroth> damn that thing is expensive for what you get
[6:07] <Xark> Same as the smaller ATTiny chips. They only have 32 8-bit registers.
[6:08] <gorroth> yeah, i was starting to think they're talking about registers
[6:08] <gorroth> but on my AVR i have SRAM on top of just the registers
[6:08] * Xark notes you can still do some fun stuff with 32 bytes -> http://www.linusakesson.net/scene/bitbanger/
[6:09] <gorroth> with just a few bytes, you could write a cellular automata, i think
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[6:09] <gorroth> it'd take some creativity, but i think it could be done
[6:09] <Xark> gorroth: That link got VGA & music and "scrolling text" for a "demoscene" demo. :)
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[6:12] <gorroth> interesting
[6:12] <gorroth> what do "demoscene" people do, other than make trinkets? i mean, do they demo things all the way up to useful robots and stuff?
[6:12] <gorroth> i ask, because i'm building a robot that i want to demo in a month or so
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[6:17] <Xark> gorroth: Demoscene is generally about making 8-bit 16-bit home computers do graphics and audio effects that are interesting and technically challenging. Some demoscene also allow smaller modern parts (like the ATTiny), but usually it is C64, Amiga etc.
[6:18] <gorroth> ahh, cool
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[6:19] <Xark> gorroth: However, plenty of home electronics "hackers" and makers etc. into robots. You probably have seen hackaday.com?
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[6:19] <gorroth> yeah
[6:19] <gorroth> i'm planning to productize my robot, which is why i'll want to demo it
[6:19] <gorroth> see if it gets any interest or not
[6:20] <gorroth> currently, i'm thinking the raspberry pi will be a centrol component to the "brain" :)
[6:20] <gorroth> we'll see, however
[6:21] <Berg> will your bot have reasoning gorroth
[6:22] <gorroth> it will have AI, if what's what you mean
[6:22] <Berg> yes
[6:22] <gorroth> then yeah, it will have some
[6:22] <Berg> what are you going to use for it?
[6:23] <Berg> pybrainj?
[6:23] <Berg> pybraIN
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[6:23] <gorroth> neural nets, computer vision, some classical AI techniques, etc
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[6:23] <gorroth> no, i don't write industrial code in python
[6:23] <gorroth> C and C++
[6:23] <Berg> my friend is into machine learning but thats mostly language
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[6:24] <gorroth> yes, this week i will be creating a self-organizing map model in python
[6:24] <gorroth> as a demo at work
[6:24] <Berg> pathfining?
[6:24] <Berg> finding?
[6:24] <gorroth> no, for this week's project, no. it will be searching data for patterns
[6:25] <Berg> ha
[6:25] <gorroth> i'm talking to google to see if i can get into machine learning stuff with them, but they'll probably want me to move back to california if they accept me, which i won't do
[6:25] <Berg> we have rudimentry pathfinding from map data in warzone in c
[6:26] <gorroth> ah
[6:26] <gorroth> well, i've done a lot of pathfinding code, but those are classical AI techniques, unless there is the concept of group movement involved
[6:26] <Berg> when you make a good one mail it to our devs
[6:26] <Berg> hehehehe
[6:26] <gorroth> then something like a boid algorithm can help, which is machine learning
[6:26] <Berg> group yes
[6:26] <gorroth> i will mail it to them when they pay me a lot of money :)
[6:26] <Berg> sure
[6:27] <Berg> they poor like me
[6:27] <Berg> its ok keep up the good work
[6:27] <gorroth> i also have a fintech idea that i'll work on if the robot doesn't pan out, but i'm feeling good about the robot for the time being
[6:27] <gorroth> thank you; you too
[6:27] <Berg> you gona use image recognition ?
[6:28] <Berg> like see with a web cam or map out the rooms with some other method?
[6:28] <gorroth> yes, i will use image rec
[6:28] <Berg> damn
[6:28] <gorroth> it won't be rooms
[6:28] <gorroth> i will be using dual gps for precise positioning
[6:28] <Berg> i wish i understood half of what i just asked
[6:28] <gorroth> it's an outdoor thing
[6:29] <Berg> yeah out doors is a room too
[6:29] <Berg> i should have said terrain
[6:29] <Berg> i was just bragvging to a indian friend about my lunch room and he wanted to see it
[6:30] <Berg> http://www.nationalparks.nsw.gov.au/~/media/NPWS/Images/Parks/Hat-Head-National-Park/park-level/hat-head-national-park.ashx
[6:30] <Berg> 15mins from my house
[6:30] <Berg> bragging*
[6:30] <gorroth> damn
[6:30] <gorroth> that looks really nice
[6:30] <Berg> i go there ones or twice a week
[6:30] <Berg> have lunch with wife
[6:31] <gorroth> that's good!
[6:31] <Berg> as she says lets do lunch with the whales
[6:31] <Berg> and off we go
[6:31] <gorroth> yeah
[6:31] <gorroth> i live in the chicago area now, which doesn't have that kind of stuff
[6:31] <gorroth> when i lived in california, we had some beaches, but the Bay Area is too cold for me
[6:31] <Berg> work makes you live where you dont wona
[6:31] <gorroth> maybe i should've been closer to the valley
[6:31] <gorroth> oh, i wanted to move to chicago
[6:32] <Berg> i dont work these days
[6:32] <Berg> i moved as far from a city as i could
[6:32] <gorroth> lucky you
[6:32] <Berg> im exactloy between brisbane and sydney
[6:32] <gorroth> i still work :) but i'm hoping my robot idea does well and i can work for myself... or probably for investors
[6:32] <gorroth> but eventually myself
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[6:33] <Berg> was a life of hardf work no luck involved
[6:33] <Berg> i was self employed for most of my life its good
[6:33] <Berg> but you have to stay on course
[6:33] <gorroth> yeah
[6:33] <gorroth> yeah
[6:33] <gorroth> well, i do my job at work, but part of the reason i'm in chicago is cheaper living and better hours
[6:34] <gorroth> so i use that balance to let me work on my robot
[6:34] <Berg> bettyer hyours
[6:34] <gorroth> i spend a lot of time on it
[6:34] <Berg> you need your rest time from work
[6:34] <gorroth> but if it takes off with some funding, i can do it all the time, and i would love that
[6:34] <Berg> i was workahaulic
[6:34] <Berg> 30years no holiday
[6:34] <gorroth> i guess i'd have to focus on business stuff too, but you know
[6:34] <gorroth> yeah
[6:34] <Berg> had a stroke when 47
[6:34] <gorroth> oh
[6:34] <gorroth> damn
[6:35] <Berg> always have your one day a week off
[6:35] <Berg> always
[6:35] <gorroth> well, i enjoy working on the robot
[6:35] <gorroth> it isn't too stressful to me
[6:35] <Berg> i enjoyed my work too
[6:35] <Berg> and thats a bonus for anjyone
[6:35] <gorroth> plus, i went on a 1.5 hour bicycle ride today :) which was awesome
[6:35] <Berg> nice is it sunday?
[6:35] <Berg> its monday here
[6:36] <Berg> i can tell your its gona be a fine day no rain
[6:36] <Berg> i live in the future your know
[6:36] <Berg> heheheh
[6:36] <Berg> <-----madman
[6:37] <Berg> ok time to walk dog laters
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[6:38] <gorroth> sorry, had to take my BP measurement
[6:38] <gorroth> you reminded me of that
[6:39] <gorroth> have fun, man. sounds good :) and yes, it was sunday here
[6:39] <gorroth> it just changed to monday
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[7:47] <eggwich> gorroth what kind of robot are you making?
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[8:05] <yehnan> hello
[8:06] <yehnan> After shuting down Pi 2 + Raspbian, what is the behavior of the red LED?
[8:07] <yehnan> I remembered it would blink several times, then ...what? My Pi 2's red LED now will blink slowly after halt.
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[10:07] <divx118> Ahhh I give up for now, stupid different 433MHz protocols. I can't seem to get the newer klikaanklikuit which are using programmable receivers to get working with RC-switch... Older ones which were using dipswitches work fine, but it seems they changed the protocol.
[10:10] <ShorTie> what did the dipswitches do ??
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[10:15] <divx118> ShorTie, Those are protocol 1 in RC-switch, but they aren't compatible with the new receivers.
[10:15] <divx118> https://code.google.com/p/rc-switch/wiki/HowTo_OperateLowCostOutlets
[10:17] <divx118> Else I could learn a different code into the receiver with the old dipswitch switch. The new receivers can store up to 6 codes. However tried that and it doesn't work.
[10:18] <divx118> Also looked at the signal in piscope they are totally different.
[10:18] <ali1234> https://github.com/ali1234/avr-433/
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[10:20] <ali1234> i use with this: http://www.quasaruk.co.uk/acatalog/DSQAM-TX1-1.pdf
[10:23] <divx118> ali1234, for which devices does that work? I just have the 433MHz (transmitter and receiver) connected to GPIO and use rc-switch lib which works for the cheap wall sockets and the old klikaanklikuit system I got. http://www.amazon.com/receiver-Superregeneration-Wireless-Transmitter-Burglar/dp/B008A4UWK6
[10:24] <ali1234> it works for any device, just emulate the protocol
[10:25] <divx118> ali1234, Ok thanks, will take a look.
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[10:25] <ali1234> lol, rc-switch is the same thing except written using arduino
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[10:27] <divx118> Ah, ok well rc-switch does also work on the pi without arduino. Only advanced sniffing isn't available...
[10:28] <ali1234> somehow they managed to make the code 6 times longer despite not having to deal with USB
[10:28] <ali1234> for sniffing get a rtl-sdr
[10:28] <ali1234> it's perfect for 433MHz
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[10:35] <greyltc> Hey, does anyone here have the new official touchscreen?
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[11:17] <Berg> I cant afford one send me money
[11:17] <Berg> :)
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[11:19] <molgrum> i did a reboot yesterday, normally it restarts but this one time it just "shut down". the monitor said "no signal" and the ethernet didn't flash
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[11:20] <molgrum> so i unplugged the power cord and plugged back in
[11:20] <molgrum> not sure if i should report this here or in #raspbian
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[11:21] * ShorTie thinkz, forums
[11:21] <Lartza> There's so many variables on that, why do you want to report it?
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[11:22] <Lartza> Did the os shut down or did it get stuck on the shutdown cycle? Did it finish shutting down the os but the hardware failed to boot again? Did the boot sequence fail?
[11:23] <Lartza> Sure, that shouldn't happen but
[11:23] <molgrum> Lartza: not sure if the os shut down since my monitor didn't get any signal. but i assume it did because the ethernet stopped flashing. can i provide a logfile maybe?
[11:23] <Lartza> There is no logs for that really no
[11:23] <molgrum> okay
[11:24] <molgrum> well, it is running again so there's no harm done
[11:24] <Lartza> OS has to shut down logging while shutting down too so :P
[11:24] <molgrum> ah, yes
[11:24] <Lartza> You can only really follow the shutdown messages, and see if it got to the end
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[11:25] <Lartza> Though, it sounds like the OS did shut off and the Pi halted, but for some reason didn't boot back
[11:25] <molgrum> yeah i think so too
[11:25] <Lartza> You can kind of achieve the same state with some shutdown command, if not halt. Can't remember
[11:26] <Lartza> But halt and poweroff are a little different states for computers
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[11:36] <gordonDrogon> molgrum, sudo reboot ... should reboot the Pi - however I have one Pi that doesn't reboot. Not sure why. Not really an issue for that Pi.
[11:36] <molgrum> gordonDrogon: i rebooted via TTY, logged in as root
[11:36] <molgrum> but that shouldn't matter
[11:37] <gordonDrogon> not really.
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[13:44] <xenkey> Hi
[13:45] <xenkey> Can I give my Pi 6 volts instead of 5?
[13:45] <H__> no
[13:45] <xenkey> I swear overclocking requires a higher voltage
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[13:47] <ozzzy> that's generated on the board
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[13:47] <ozzzy> from the 5V
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[13:50] <MY123> xenkey: the maximal VCore that I managed without frying is 2.3V
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[13:53] <gordonDrogon> xenkey, you can give the Pi whatever voltage you want to give it. However more than 5v and it will probably go up in smoke.
[13:53] <gordonDrogon> feel free to try and post the results...
[13:53] <ozzzy> they get REAL hot when you plug them into 12V
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[14:54] <Tenkawa> hi all
[14:54] <MY123> Tenkawa: hi
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[14:55] <Tenkawa> so whats new in the rpi world?
[14:55] <TheLostAdmin> nothing
[14:56] <stanislavLTB> we got a rpi 2 a few months bag actually
[14:56] <stanislavLTB> back*
[14:56] <stanislavLTB> ago*
[14:56] <Tenkawa> stanislavLTB: thats old news heheheheh
[14:56] <stanislavLTB> idk, fuck english
[14:56] <stanislavLTB> English*
[14:56] <stanislavLTB> Tenkawa: i know, lol
[14:56] <stanislavLTB> just joking
[14:56] <Tenkawa> ah
[14:57] * Tenkawa has no sense of humor
[14:57] <Tenkawa> or at least a really weird onre
[14:57] <Tenkawa> er one
[14:57] <Tenkawa> heh
[14:57] <MY123> Tenkawa: just another Windows 10 for RPi builds and MS writing a GPU driver
[14:57] <MY123> :-)
[14:57] <Tenkawa> heh
[14:58] <Tenkawa> i'd just like to find a decent emmc for my units
[14:59] <Tenkawa> one of these days a native ahci interface would be so nice however i realize there's technical restrictions on that one
[15:00] <MY123> Tenkawa: PCIe+NVMe would be the best, the iPhone 6S does it
[15:00] <Tenkawa> indeed
[15:00] <MY123> for NAND access
[15:00] <stanislavLTB> you better do a raid-0 of these things
[15:00] <Tenkawa> would be pricy though
[15:01] <MY123> Tenkawa: but Apple is ahead of anyone else, with everything custom, including the NAND controller
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[15:01] <Tenkawa> true
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[15:01] <MY123> Tenkawa: I bet that Qualcomm will do it next year, and Broadcom for the RPF after 2030
[15:01] <Tenkawa> i do like their innovations
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[15:02] <TheLostAdmin> I don't like some of their "innovations". Non-field replaceable batteries was a really bad idea.
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[15:03] <Tenkawa> i didnt say design choices
[15:03] <MY123> TheLostAdmin: they are obssessed by thinness because of the stupidity of their marketting team
[15:04] <TheLostAdmin> If it wasn't for Apple, we wouldn't have this trend of glued in batteries now. It was tied to their "innovative design".
[15:04] <Tenkawa> i dont agree with them all either however some of the new techs they've introduced/modified have been amazing
[15:04] <Karlton> or they don't want you to disable their tracking devices
[15:04] <MY123> Tenkawa: and the Apple A9 is a little crazy chip
[15:04] <MY123> Karlton: Google also does the same thing
[15:04] <Karlton> they do
[15:04] <TheLostAdmin> MY123, they could have: integrated battery into the back cover to save space.
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[15:05] <MY123> TheLostAdmin: but it'll cut their profit by 50million :-)
[15:05] <TheLostAdmin> Hey, I don't want to disable the apple tracking device. It's helped me on one occation when I forgot where I left my iPad.
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[15:06] <Tenkawa> meh .. tracking... if anyone is tracking me they are bored
[15:06] <MY123> Tenkawa: A9 reaches Skylake-IPC and A9X will kill the Surface Book and Pro 4
[15:06] <Tenkawa> muhaahaa
[15:06] <MY123> (2.7GHz and 3cores with Apple IPC)
[15:07] <Karlton> they track *everyone*
[15:07] <MY123> Tenkawa: frankly, I'm afraid if they'll start throttling aggressively now
[15:07] <TheLostAdmin> MY123: they could easily sell the batteries for what they charge to replace them for you now. But having the ability to replace it myself has become near essential for some things.
[15:07] <Tenkawa> MY123: I still like being able to run whatever on my baytrails
[15:07] <MY123> the Pro 4 doesn't throttle at all
[15:08] <MY123> Tenkawa: I use a Surface RT as my primary PC
[15:08] <Tenkawa> MY123: and my winbooks are a LOT cheaper than surface or ipads
[15:08] <Tenkawa> MY123: winbook tw100 and tw802 here
[15:08] <Tenkawa> as my primary boxes
[15:08] <Tenkawa> tw100 runs 64 bit debian :)
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[15:09] <MY123> Tenkawa: the Surface RT 64GB costs €150 here
[15:10] <Tenkawa> usd?
[15:10] <fluffet> do you guys think the rpi2 can compare to old laptop cpu's?
[15:10] <Tenkawa> fluffet: way better
[15:11] <fluffet> i have a machine here with a intel core 2 duo u7300
[15:11] <MY123> Tenkawa: 200$ USD
[15:11] <fluffet> im still thinking it will be way faster than the rpi?
[15:11] <Tenkawa> MY123: thats not bad
[15:11] <Tenkawa> you said it was windows rt though right?
[15:11] <TheLostAdmin> fluffet: I'm pretty sure that the rpi2 beats everything I owned in 1999.
[15:11] <MY123> fluffet: not on single-core workloads
[15:11] <MY123> Tenkawa: yeah, Windows RT 8.1, jailbroken of course
[15:12] <fluffet> well this laptop is from 2006 or 2007
[15:12] <Tenkawa> I'd rather it be able to run win 10 (non-rt)
[15:12] <fluffet> my mom said she wants to throw it away but im thinking it would make a way better home server than my rpi2
[15:12] <MY123> Tenkawa: for Windows 10, IoT is possible but not regular
[15:12] <Tenkawa> thats what I like about these winbokos
[15:12] <Tenkawa> er winbooks
[15:13] <Tenkawa> I have win 10 home running on it
[15:13] <Tenkawa> which is plenty for my uses
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[15:15] <Karlton> what next, windows car?
[15:15] <Karlton> does everything have to spy on you?
[15:15] <Tenkawa> Karlton: why not?
[15:16] <Tenkawa> haaahaa
[15:16] <Tenkawa> like i said.. if they are spying on me wow are they bored
[15:17] <Karlton> I got to take a shit while my Google toilet collect data on what I ate and display targetted ads on my mirror
[15:17] <Tenkawa> who forced you to buy it? that would be my first question
[15:17] <Karlton> it's the future
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[15:18] <yarekt> I wish there was a page where I could tell google more information about myself. So when I search for something it knows what I mean
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[15:20] <TheLostAdmin> yarekt: make sure you are logged in to your google account on the browser you are using to search with all the time and that will happen. Google does customize the search results per-person if they are sure they know who you are.
[15:21] <yarekt> I know that, it still sometimes thinks Im searching for place names in US
[15:21] <Karlton> the meta part should not leave your computer, instead Google takes it
[15:21] <yarekt> When it clearly knows my plans tonight
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[15:22] <Karlton> just more fodder for the NSA to take
[15:22] <TheLostAdmin> yarekt, if you have a country-specific google start page, start from there instead of google.com. It helps. I'm from Canada and I do better on geographic searches starting from google.ca than google.com for local stuff.
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[15:22] <yarekt> TheLostAdmin: What about maps.google.com?
[15:22] <yarekt> sorry: maps.google.co.uk
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[15:23] <TheLostAdmin> yarekt: it should. I just hit maps.google.ca (to check) and it conveniently centered on the city I live in.
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[15:24] <zol> Heya! Would it be possible to use an RPi 2 B as a MITM between my PC and my VGA/DVI/HDMI monitor? I'd like to parse the framebuffer and modify it as necessary.
[15:24] <yarekt> Anyway, I want to tell google what i'm having for dinner, so when I google "Why am I having the shits" It suggests I shouldn't eat chipotle again
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[15:24] <TheLostAdmin> I don't think they are quite there yet. Although, I like that idea.
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[15:37] <Karlton> maybe eventually Google will own everything
[15:37] <Karlton> instead of buying products we just become the product
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[15:38] <TheLostAdmin> We already *are* the product for Google. They sell targeted advertising space to advertisers.
[15:38] <Karlton> s/We/You/
[15:39] <Karlton> You don't have to use Google anything atm
[15:39] <TheLostAdmin> Karlton, you never user google services? you never communicate with anyone who uses google services?
[15:39] <Karlton> yes, exactly
[15:39] <TheLostAdmin> You, Karlton, may not be part of my "we" but there's still a we.
[15:40] <Karlton> yes the idiot majority that keeps feed the monster
[15:40] <TheLostAdmin> I'm trying to ween my way off of google, but there are some really impressively good things they've done.
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[15:40] <Karlton> err s/feed/feeding/
[15:41] <TheLostAdmin> by "good" I mean, hard to find cost-effective alternatives.
[15:41] <Deelight> browsing http://history.google.com is sometimes a bit scary
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[15:41] <Deelight> the first time i went there, i decided to disable everything
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[15:45] <TheLostAdmin> On a more useful note, Karlton, what would you suggest as good replacements for google mail and google docs? Those are the one's I'm having the hardest time finding a cost effective alternative for.
[15:46] <Karlton> cost effective is already a wrong way to look at it
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[15:46] <Karlton> unless you don't value your privacy at all
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[15:47] <Karlton> in theory there are other mail services that don't scan your emails
[15:47] <Karlton> it's best to just host your own email server
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[15:47] <Karlton> or use snail mail
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[15:48] * Tenkawa remembers when there was no email
[15:48] <TheLostAdmin> Cost-effective is always the right way to look at it. But to do it right, you have to figure out how much it costs to lose your privacy.
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[15:49] <Karlton> it's not an option unless you admit defeat
[15:49] <Karlton> it's illegal for someone to read your snail mail
[15:49] <Karlton> but not your email
[15:50] <Tenkawa> Karlton: actually that depends on the jurisdiction
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[15:50] <Karlton> for which mail?
[15:50] <Tenkawa> email
[15:50] <Karlton> not for gmail
[15:50] <Tenkawa> there are electronic laws in certain countries
[15:51] <Tenkawa> they are very interpretive though
[15:51] <Karlton> they make you sign the legal notice before you can use the service
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[15:51] <Tenkawa> those notices are not legallt binding in all areas
[15:51] <Karlton> as a loophole to any countries law
[15:51] <Tenkawa> its a very tricky area
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[15:56] <Tenkawa> mmc/sdio quirks are painful
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[17:05] <zleap> hi
[17:07] <Armand> lo
[17:08] <zleap> I have 2x Raspberry PI b+ which currently has noobs on, If I wanted to upgrade this can i do that from the menu in noobs as in the start screen (press shift on boot) or do I need to wipe the card and re-copy noobs files on to the card
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[17:12] <zleap> build version on the card is 1.4 I have 1.4.2 downloaded, if I can bypass wiping the card and just install from the recovery menu it will help
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[17:14] <selckin> sounds like you'de prefer the debian one thats updatable
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[17:14] <zleap> so just use raspbian, that is an option but this is for a raspberry pi / tech jam
[17:15] <zleap> so ideally noobs, allows me to just restore if something goes wrong
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[17:16] <zleap> or can i run apt-get update, upgrade -dist upgrade from the raspbian (wheezy) that noobs installs ?
[17:17] <Xenthys> zleap: you'll certainly need to change "wheezy" by "jessie" in /etc/apt/sources.list
[17:18] <zleap> ok
[17:18] <Xenthys> then apt-get update && apt-get dist-upgrade
[17:18] <Xenthys> (as root, ofc)
[17:18] <zleap> that should be easy enough
[17:18] <zleap> maybe for now I should just re-write with the latest noobs 1.4.2
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[17:25] <zleap> ok i will re-write the 2nd pi but this pi I am on now will changes the sources list
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[17:28] <zleap> do i need to do apt-get upgrade before dist-upgrade ?
[17:28] <zleap> running update now
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[17:29] <Xenthys> no, update then dist-upgrade
[17:29] <zleap> ok
[17:29] <Xenthys> it'll upgrade anything
[17:29] <zleap> got it
[17:30] <zleap> 719 packages :D
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[18:02] <zleap> thanks for the help, it seems to be upgrading fine :)
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[18:02] <zleap> i will do my main pi later too
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[18:25] <muesli4> Has anybody used the DHT11 (temp/humidity sensor) with the integrated kernel module? When reading "/sys/bus/iio/devices/iio\:device0/in_temp_input" I always get an I/O-error. I can read it with the adafruit library, but I would prefer doing it with the kernel. :/
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[18:30] <shiftplusone> IIRC, IIO is not quite that straight forward.
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[18:31] <muesli4> shiftplusone: In what sense?
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[18:32] <unsecur3d> Hello guys, i have raspbian jeezy and i'm having issues with my monitors. I googled a lot already and changed all hdmi related settings in /boot/config.txt. It works fine with any monitor higher than 20" anything smaller it wont give me video, safe mode gives me flicking effect on the 17" monitor i'm testing with (i also have a 14" i need to make t
[18:32] <unsecur3d> his work with if possible) any ideas ?
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[18:33] <shiftplusone> muesli4: in the sense that it's not just a matter of reading a file.
[18:35] <muesli4> shiftplusone: Well, I've seen it done this way on another site. And that there is an entry in sys shows me that the device is succesfully recognized. (I actually used the dtoverlay for it.)
[18:36] <muesli4> shiftplusone: Sadly the driver prints no debug messages to the kernel. There are 3 cases where it returns -EIO: https://github.com/torvalds/linux/blob/master/drivers/iio/humidity/dht11.c
[18:36] <muesli4> just in case you are interesed ;)
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[18:37] <shiftplusone> muesli4: link to where you've seen it done that way?
[18:37] <shiftplusone> Because the way I've seen it done involved setting up triggers first
[18:37] <muesli4> shiftplusone: https://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/viewtopic.php?f=28&t=113988
[18:37] <muesli4> shiftplusone: which triggers?
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[18:39] <shiftplusone> idk, it has been a while since I looked at IIO.
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[18:40] <shiftplusone> muesli4: I think you might be right, my mistake.
[18:41] <muesli4> shiftplusone: Well, it doesn't work right now, so you could be right.
[18:42] <unsecur3d> so no help on the hdmi issue ? XD
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[18:42] <Tenkawa> does the pi2 natively support emmc modules?
[18:42] <Tenkawa> I can't remember
[18:43] <Tenkawa> or do they need an adapter?
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[18:45] <Tenkawa> brb.. reboot
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[18:45] <giddles> hello, anyone ever mined a bitcoin with a rpi?
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[18:47] <Tenkawa> much better
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[18:49] <muesli4> giddles: http://lmgtfy.com/?q=bitcoin+mining+raspberry+pi lol :D
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[19:01] <giddles> ..
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[19:47] <unsecur3d> vga to hdmi adapter issues, any1 has any exp ?
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[20:17] <v0lksman> hey all! still trying to figure out this little setup. I bought two different fets today: LM7805CT and LM7812CT both claiming to be 1A and 5V and 12V respectively. Now I can't get the LED strip to turn off with either.
[20:17] <v0lksman> http://popoklopsi.github.io/RaspberryPi-LedStrip/img/rgb/power_3.png but I only have one of the colours connected right now
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[20:20] <v0lksman> also these fets are getting hot when in use
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[20:22] <FlerbWeb> Hi, I'm just troubleshooting my Wi-Fi problems, and I think I messed up my /etc/network/interfaces file, is there any way I could get a copy of what it should normally look like?
[20:23] <FlerbWeb> Think it should be pointing to wpa_supplicant but I accidentally made it such that my settings are there now
[20:25] <divx118> v0lksman, Aren't those voltage regulators? They aren't good for turning off and on leds. 7805 is a 5V regulator and the 7812 a 12V regulator.
[20:27] <divx118> The here mentioned http://popoklopsi.github.io/RaspberryPi-LedStrip/#/ IRLZ34N should be good.
[20:28] <v0lksman> yeah...local store doesn't carry them, and apparently have staff that don't know what they are doing...I asked for a low voltage/amperage fet.. :(
[20:29] <FlerbWeb> Sorted it.
[20:29] <pksato> FlerbWeb: minimum on interfaces file is two lines, auto lo and iface lo inet loopback
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[20:30] <pksato> to get that put on, man interfaces
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[20:31] <divx118> v0lksman, Be carefull they don't sell you ice cream next time :)
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[20:34] <v0lksman> so frustrating as a n00b...ah well. time to order online me thinks!
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[20:38] <pksato> v0lksman: that type of rgb strip? photo/datasheet
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[20:41] <v0lksman> pksato: https://dpaste.de/WjW5
[20:42] <pksato> no about software. What hardware. :)
[20:42] <pksato> ah
[20:42] <pksato> sorry.
[20:42] <v0lksman> :) didn't want to spew it all in here
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[20:43] <pksato> all day rewriting a php code... any similar I think that is code. :)
[20:45] <pksato> Its a no controller led strip?
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[20:46] <pksato> like this https://www.adafruit.com/products/346 ?
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[20:49] <v0lksman> pksato: it has a controller but I want to control it with the pi
[20:50] <pksato> no this type of contoller.
[20:50] <pksato> on/off color change?
[20:51] <v0lksman> yes..it's a little white box and a remote control
[20:51] <pksato> some led strip have a chip to control individual led.
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[20:52] <pksato> You can modify this box, and use rpi so send signal.
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[21:03] <v0lksman> hrm...will have to test. They sent me the wrong one so I'm not even sure it will work.
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[21:15] <Flerb_> Hi. So lately, we've been having some issues with our milk possibly being stolen. In order to catch the perp, I thought I could use the raspberry pi with my webcam. Is there some way I could have a setup that lets me view the webcam remotely and record short chunks of video for playback later?
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[21:32] <spacebug^> What image should I use to get the benefits of the armv7 cpu on my RPi2?
[21:32] <NedScott> a color image
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[21:34] <chithead> you only want to take advantage of the armv7 or also of the vfpv4 fpu?
[21:35] <spacebug^> chithead: well, everything I can get out of the rpi2 would be nice
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[21:36] <pksato> spacebug^: raspbian not have specific version for armv7.
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[21:37] <spacebug^> pksato: Ok. I'm looking into a debian image someone made. http://sjoerd.luon.net/posts/2015/02/debian-jessie-on-rpi2/ could that maybe be something? Or an ubuntu image https://wiki.ubuntu.com/ARM/RaspberryPi
[21:38] <pksato> Is you choice.
[21:39] <altoid> so, i have a RPi model B (had a few years) and RPi2 (had a few weeks) that have both exhibited same issue: upon installing Raspbian, everything works for a few days, and after that i can't ssh into the device or view any pages it's serving
[21:39] <spacebug^> :)
[21:40] <altoid> am i correct in thinking odds are good of the issue being either the SD cards i'm using or the network cables i've tried
[21:40] <chithead> debian uses vfpv3-d16 which uses only half of your fpu registers
[21:40] <altoid> i don't know for sure whether i've tried much variety of either - i probably just grabbed whatever i had around, which is all older hardware
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[23:13] <brethil> would an external phone battery pack connected to the pi work as backup power in case the power from the microUSB goes out?
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[23:16] <clever> brethil: it would need a charger, and a boost circuit
[23:16] <clever> brethil: http://spritesmods.com/?art=rpi_arcade an example
[23:17] <brethil> thanks!
[23:17] <brethil> I have an external power pack which I barely use
[23:17] <brethil> it would be cool to use it as an UPS
[23:18] <CoJaBo> If you have a USB battery pack that doesn't turn off to charge, you could use that
[23:18] <clever> yeah, that would be much simpler
[23:18] <clever> though it would lack a soft off
[23:18] <CoJaBo> They don't generally list whether or not that's the case tho
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[23:26] <pksato> http://www.righto.com/2015/10/qui-binary-arithmetic-how-1960s-ibm.html
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