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IRC Log for 2015-10-27

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[0:15] <devslash> I just installed redis-server and have the service running. I want to make sure that the service will auto start at reboot so I did sudo service update-rc.d redis-server enable
[0:15] <devslash> but it says service not recognized. when I run service --status-all it shows redis-server with a plus next to it so I know that I didn't mistyle the service name
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[0:37] <Grine_> Heyo. Was wondering if anyone had any pointers for RPi backup power
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[0:41] <Encrypt> Grine_, There is my project, unfortunately its development is freezed... :(
[0:41] <Grine_> Awwww, too bad
[0:41] <Grine_> what were you working on?
[0:42] <Grine_> Just a Pi battery pack, or something special?
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[0:43] <Encrypt> Grine_, A device to prevent power outages and thus SD card corrumption
[0:44] <Encrypt> Hopefully, I'll bring the components I have at home here to solder them after Christmas
[0:44] <Grine_> That's legit perfect for what I want lol
[0:44] <Encrypt> :D
[0:44] <Encrypt> I wanted to produce it, become an entrepreneur and so on
[0:44] <Encrypt> But doing electronics is a real challenge...
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[0:45] <Grine_> I'm running a Pi 24/7 so I can SSH-tunnel mobile traffic to it, therefore being more secure on public wifi
[0:45] <Encrypt> Same here
[0:45] <Encrypt> Pi running 24/7
[0:45] <Encrypt> More precisely, web / mail / printer / asterisk servers
[0:45] <Grine_> I dunno, the problem seems to be finding a battery pack that will charge and discharge simultaneously
[0:45] <Encrypt> And more to come (IRC, DNS...)
[0:45] <Grine_> and that's cool
[0:45] <Grine_> BRB one second.
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[0:47] <Encrypt> I'm afraid I have to go, I have classes tomorrow
[0:47] <Encrypt> Sleeping time :]
[0:47] <Grine_> See you
[0:47] <Encrypt> See you o/
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[0:48] <Grine_> But yeah, if anyone knows of anything available on Amazon which will act as a workable backup battery for an RPi which is intended to operate 24/7, ping me!
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[1:03] <Grine_> Heyo
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[1:25] <Karlton> anyone know how to create static libs from userland source form broadcom?
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[1:26] <Karlton> it uses shi...cmake ;)
[1:26] <Karlton> s/form/from/
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[1:28] <Karlton> I just want to statically link omxplayer with it
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[1:48] <Numix> Anybody wanna see Tux on a Python?
[1:49] <Numix> http://i.imgur.com/fAsalXc.png
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[1:54] <clever> shiftplusone: how simple would it be to run qemu on the rpi, to emulate another rpi (gpio/gpu/start.elf dont matter)
[1:55] <ali1234> not very...
[1:55] <clever> ali1234: what would be in the way?
[1:56] <ali1234> emulating the GPU?
[1:56] <clever> gpu part doesnt matter
[1:56] <clever> i just need it to boot an arm kernel+rootfs
[1:57] <ali1234> can you just use KVM then?
[1:57] <clever> kvm is optional right now, i just need to get it to boot
[1:57] <clever> making it perform better can wait a bit
[1:57] <clever> the testing framework is tied to qemu, so i cant easily change that part out
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[1:59] <ali1234> i mean you're not really emulating a pi at that point
[1:59] <ali1234> just a generic arm system
[1:59] <clever> yep
[1:59] <clever> how hard do you think it would be to make qemu compile for that?
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[2:00] <ali1234> you just need qemu-system-arm
[2:01] <ali1234> that shouldn't be a problem at all
[2:01] <clever> sounds simple enough, i'll have dig into the build scripts some and see why its failing
[2:01] <clever> ERROR: User requested feature libseccomp configure was not able to find it.
[2:02] <ali1234> ugh
[2:02] <clever> ah, that seems simple enough as a first step
[2:02] <ali1234> that one eh?
[2:02] <clever> i could just remove --enable-seccomp
[2:02] <ali1234> http://blog.flexvdi.com/2015/03/17/enabling-kvm-virtualization-on-the-raspberry-pi-2/
[2:03] <clever> pi1, sounds like i probably cant get kvm at all
[2:03] <ali1234> yeah... that's gonna be slow, if it even works at all
[2:03] <clever> my only other choices are qemu-system-arm running on x86 (heavily hack up the testing framework)
[2:04] <clever> or usermode linux (redo the entire testing framework from scratch)
[2:04] <ali1234> qemu arm emulation isn't as good as it's cracked up to be
[2:04] <ali1234> on x86 i mean
[2:04] <ali1234> it has problems and it's really slow
[2:04] <clever> qemu-user-arm has had a few bugs on me already
[2:05] <clever> cmake will randomly hang reading from the stdout of a zombie until i beat it senseless with SIGCHLD
[2:05] <ali1234> yeah... user mode is *really* a hack though
[2:05] <clever> ldd doesnt work because qemu-user-arm prints its own dyn libs instead
[2:05] <ali1234> yep hangs while building stuff... very common
[2:05] <clever> the only hang appears to be a race condition within cmake
[2:05] <clever> if i keep hitting it with kill -sigchld it will resume
[2:06] <clever> another major issue, is xargs
[2:06] <clever> it pushes execve right to the limit, binfmt_misc then adds 1 more
[2:06] <clever> *boom*
[2:08] <ali1234> i need a STR750 emulator...
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[2:08] <ali1234> and a toolchain would be nice too
[2:09] <clever> what level of arm would that run?
[2:09] <ali1234> arm7tdmi which is ARMv4
[2:09] <clever> hmmm, arm7 it says, is that the same armv7 as a pi2?
[2:09] <clever> nope
[2:09] <ali1234> ARM7 != ARMv7
[2:10] <clever> dont you love confusing model numbers? lol
[2:10] <ali1234> silly version numbering strikes again
[2:10] <clever> any armv4 support in qemu?
[2:10] <ali1234> yes, definitely
[2:10] <clever> would you run an rtos, or linux?
[2:10] <ali1234> but i need the hardware support
[2:11] <ali1234> i want to reverse engineer a firmware i found in my radio
[2:11] <clever> ahh
[2:11] <clever> i'm sure there is some kind of plugin system within qemu to add io modules
[2:11] <ali1234> i know how the hardware is connected up
[2:11] <ali1234> tuner is on i2c
[2:11] <clever> but that wont be fun to code up
[2:11] <ali1234> but no docs for the chip
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[2:11] <ali1234> yeah, i've written an emulator before... don't want to do that again
[2:12] <clever> https://github.com/hackndev/qemu/blob/master/hw/i2c.h
[2:12] <clever> it appears to already have some i2c support
[2:12] <ali1234> it's gonna need to have the exact same register mapping as the real hardware
[2:12] <clever> sounds like a job for the novena
[2:12] <ali1234> otherwise i'll have to disassemble it and read the whole 64kb of code
[2:12] <clever> https://www.crowdsupply.com/sutajio-kosagi/novena
[2:13] <clever> basicaly, you can wire the onboard fpga into the real i2c device
[2:13] <clever> and route qemu into it
[2:13] <ali1234> i ca already do that
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[2:13] <clever> ah
[2:13] <ali1234> i've got jtag on it
[2:13] <fluffet> isn't writing an emulator super-hard? :o
[2:13] <ali1234> fluffet: it's not super hard, it's just regular-hard :)
[2:13] <fluffet> i've been wanting to write a simple one for a long time but have never got around do it
[2:13] <clever> ali1234: hmmm, what about backwards compat on arms?
[2:13] <clever> i know armv6 can run on a armv7
[2:14] <clever> what about v4?
[2:14] <fluffet> well, i'm not that used to low level coding
[2:14] <ali1234> backwards compat is really ... meh
[2:14] <ali1234> it's about the SoC hardware
[2:14] <fluffet> what kind of emulator did you write and in which language?
[2:14] <clever> ali1234: one min
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[2:14] <clever> https://www.reddit.com/r/netsec/comments/3old8e/statically_linking_a_windows_kernel_driver_as_an/
[2:14] <ali1234> fluffet: i wrote an emulator for ATJ205 in C++ - i didn't write the CPU core code (which is z80) just the hardware mapping
[2:14] <clever> ali1234: this crazy guy took a windows kernel driver
[2:14] <clever> replaced the function calls with nops
[2:15] <clever> and converted it into a linux elf binary
[2:15] <clever> which he could then run under GDB
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[2:15] <fluffet> alright, i have no idea what that is ^^
[2:15] <clever> fluffet: in one word, magic :P
[2:15] <ali1234> fluffet: remember super cheap mp3 players from like 2007? with the tiny mono screen?
[2:16] <ali1234> https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/vi/thumb/2/2d/MP3_Player_2.jpg/300px-MP3_Player_2.jpg
[2:16] <ali1234> the CPU of those is a Z80 SoC with DSP and flash controller and USB
[2:16] <clever> ali1234: if you did something similar to the article i linked, you could replace all of the i2c operations with simple function calls into .c code
[2:17] <ali1234> clever: i could if i knew where the i2c calls were in the code
[2:17] <clever> and then just link it against some .c code and run it under oh yeah, armv4
[2:17] <ali1234> but all i have is a binary blob ripped direct from the flash
[2:17] <clever> ali1234: search for anything touching the i2c registers
[2:17] <ali1234> so i need to trace it to see what it actually does
[2:17] <ali1234> oh and also... fun story
[2:17] <ali1234> the chip has hardware I2C but the firmware doesn't use it
[2:17] <clever> (facepalm)
[2:17] <ali1234> it bit bangs I2C on different pins for no reason i can understand
[2:18] <clever> lol
[2:18] <ali1234> i think the hardware I2C might be slave only
[2:18] <ali1234> and it needs to be master to control the tuner
[2:18] <clever> ok, so you need to identify which addresses touch those gpio registers
[2:18] <ali1234> right
[2:18] <clever> then see if you can find an i2c write function
[2:18] <ali1234> indeed
[2:19] <ali1234> and this would be soooo much easier with an emulator
[2:19] <clever> do you atleast have a way to disassemble it?
[2:19] <clever> diassem would let you just ctrl+f
[2:19] <ali1234> i've got IDA somewhere
[2:19] <ali1234> or i could just objdump it
[2:20] <ali1234> i'm not really fluent with arm assembly though
[2:20] <clever> in theory, once you get it fully disassembled, and convert all the addressing back to symbols, you can just ctrl+f for gpio actions and trace it backwards
[2:20] <clever> and/of replace it with function calls
[2:20] <ali1234> it also uses thumb
[2:20] <clever> why!? lol
[2:21] <ali1234> well it only has 64k flash
[2:21] <ali1234> and 4k sram
[2:21] <Grine_> Hey, does anyone know much about battery packs for the Pi?
[2:21] <ali1234> it's a radio :)
[2:21] <clever> ive worked with less on an avr
[2:21] <ali1234> right but AVR is 8 bit
[2:21] <ali1234> ARM is 32 bit or 16 bit if you use thumb
[2:21] <clever> avr is 16bit opcodes, always
[2:22] <clever> the addressing is also a bit weird
[2:22] <clever> seperate address bus for the flash and ram
[2:22] <clever> so on every clock cycle, its reading 16bits from flash, and can read or write 8 bits in ram/io
[2:23] <ali1234> AVR is too good
[2:23] <clever> one problem that avr-gcc can easily cause
[2:23] <clever> all existing code assumes strings are in ram
[2:23] <clever> so char *foo = "bar"; will eat up 4 bytes of ram
[2:23] <clever> even if you flag it as const
[2:23] <ali1234> that's why you declare them as PROGMEM
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[2:24] <clever> on bootup, it will copy it from flash to ram
[2:24] <ali1234> not if you declare it PROGMEM
[2:24] <clever> avr-gcc calls it PSTR, char *foo = PSTR("bar");
[2:24] <clever> but you must then use functions that are aware of it, like printf_P
[2:24] <ali1234> yes, but those are the breaks :)
[2:24] <ali1234> dunno why you'd even use printf on a AVR in the first place :)
[2:25] <clever> to convert numbers to ascii and fire them out a uart
[2:25] <clever> i have manualy configured stdin/out on my avr
[2:25] <clever> where was it...
[2:25] <ali1234> all i need is a LED...
[2:25] <clever> lol
[2:26] <clever> http://pastebin.com/wQD948ZG
[2:26] <clever> these 9 lines are enough to make stdout work fully
[2:26] <clever> so now puts/printf and all of its friends just go to the uart
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[2:27] <ali1234> handy i guess
[2:27] <ali1234> Grine_: we know about batteries, just ask...
[2:27] <clever> you can still use fwrite against stdout to cut some overhead out
[2:28] <clever> depending on the situation
[2:28] <Grine_> Ali1234: Haha, sorry, had to duck out for a second
[2:28] <Grine_> Anyway I intend on running a Pi 24/7. I don't get power outages very often, but I don't want to have to re-write an SD card every time it happens
[2:29] <Grine_> so what I need is a battery pack which can power the Pi while being charged from mains
[2:29] <Grine_> the other problem here is that I live in Canada; the Pi UPS I found only ships to Europe and the States
[2:30] <clever> Grine_: nobody thinks of the cannuks :(
[2:30] <Grine_> it's so sad, I know
[2:30] <ali1234> you can bodge it with any USB battery pack
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[2:30] <clever> i tried to get a kindle fire a few years back when it was on sale, amazon.com would redirect me to .ca when i tried to buy
[2:30] <clever> .ca would claim the kindle fire didnt exist
[2:30] <ali1234> however there's a LOT of them on the market, and some of them are frankly dangerous
[2:30] <clever> eventualy, i cheated, shipped the kindle fire to a friend in florida, and then he shipped it up to me
[2:31] <Grine_> ali1234: right, and having a fire is a lot less convenient than rewriting an SD card
[2:31] <Grine_> clever: I may have to do that lol
[2:31] <clever> so, i finaly had a kindle fire in canada
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[2:31] <clever> opened the app store, tried to install a free app
[2:31] <clever> "you must supply a valid billing address"
[2:31] <clever> to install a FREE app
[2:31] <clever> it wanted a valid, american, credit card
[2:31] <Grine_> that's bogus lol
[2:32] <clever> i rooted it and jammed in the play store :P
[2:32] <ali1234> you might be better off using a more robust OS setup
[2:32] <ali1234> by which i mean something with a read-only root filesystem
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[2:32] <Grine_> ali1234: Ahhhhh that's cool, so a power interruption would mess with data but the OS wouldn't be harmed
[2:32] <ali1234> yes
[2:32] <clever> which is exactly how android gets some of its stability
[2:33] <clever> the /system partition is read-only 99% of the time, only ever switching for OS upgrades
[2:33] <ali1234> it's pretty standard setup in embedded apps
[2:33] <clever> the /data partition can be wiped without any harm to the OS
[2:33] <ali1234> unfortunately i haven't seen any good ways to achieve it on the pi
[2:33] <Grine_> I don't intend to add much data to this thing after it's set up, so maybe I should just set everything except /var (linux noob here, I'm pretty sure that's where logs go) to read-only
[2:33] <Grine_> and awww, that's unfortunate
[2:33] <ali1234> ubuntu snappy core might do it if you have a pi2
[2:34] <Grine_> it is a 2
[2:34] <clever> ali1234: ive had no trouble just setting / to ro in fstab before, it still booted and did most stuff
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[2:34] <ali1234> snappy is supposed to have transactional updates, and therefore i assume ro system images
[2:34] <clever> youll want to also make sure you pass ro on the cmdline, so it never goes r/w during boot
[2:35] <clever> another slightly more overkill option, iscsi booting
[2:35] <Grine_> CSI booting?
[2:35] <clever> iSCSI
[2:35] <Grine_> Ah ok
[2:35] <clever> its bascialy SCSI, over tcp
[2:35] <Grine_> What is SCSI?
[2:35] <clever> the rootfs for my pi lives in a 10gig file on a 4tb magnetic disk on another machine
[2:35] <ali1234> SCSI is an acient way of connecting hard drives that pre-dates even parallel IDE
[2:35] <clever> SCSI is an old disk protocol, which sata and usb also sorta emulate
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[2:36] <Grine_> Oh wow, so whatever happens to the pi doesn't mess with the OS because it's located elsewhere, that's a good solution
[2:36] <Grine_> but ok
[2:37] <clever> the FS may be left in a slightly unclean state due to partial writes, but its going to be way better then the SD card eating a few dozen sectors on its way down
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[2:37] <clever> the recovery within the FS driver should fix it
[2:37] <ali1234> a USB external hard drive might work too
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[2:37] <ali1234> no page erasing so partial writes are less damaging
[2:37] <clever> in both cases, your just trading up to how a magnetic disk handles poss loss
[2:38] <ali1234> right
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[2:38] <clever> in my case, the 4tb disk is on a proper UPS
[2:38] <Grine_> I'll look into a read-only filesystem as a solution, since that doesn't require too much extra hardware (or for my home PC to be on, which would defeat the purpose I have in mind)
[2:38] <clever> and with my downstream (190mbit!!) id almost consider booting from the cloud
[2:38] <ali1234> what's your application?
[2:39] <ali1234> you might be better off just using an AVR :)
[2:39] <clever> Grine_: you can always go for the 'moar buzzwords!' option and boot from the cloud :P
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[2:39] <Grine_> I want to use an SSH tunnel to secure my mobile internet browsing
[2:39] <clever> run iSCSI out of a datacenter and oh
[2:39] <clever> if you had a datacenter, you wouldnt need the pi for this,lol
[2:40] <Grine_> I've got this working with my home PC, but that requires my home PC to be on continuously, which I'd prefer not to do
[2:40] <Grine_> WOL is one option but it's finicky and awkward
[2:40] <clever> Grine_: wake on lan is a yeah
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[2:40] <ali1234> just get a VPS
[2:40] <Grine_> VPS?
[2:40] <clever> virtual private server
[2:40] <ali1234> virtual private server
[2:40] <Grine_> Hahaha, perfect
[2:40] <ali1234> you can get one for free for a year from amazon
[2:40] <ali1234> just sign up for AWS free tier
[2:40] <clever> amazon's low power ones are 2 cents per hour, after the 1 year trial
[2:41] <clever> which is about $14/month
[2:41] <Xenthys> Vultr.com
[2:41] <Grine_> Oh wow
[2:41] <Xenthys> or even OVH
[2:41] <Xenthys> cheaper
[2:41] <ali1234> there are many options and they're not expensive at all
[2:41] <Grine_> So I could SSH from Android into a VPS and do exactly the same thing
[2:41] <ali1234> exactly
[2:41] <clever> https://www.soyoustart.com/ca/en/essential-servers/
[2:41] <ali1234> in fact i do it all the time
[2:41] <clever> soyoustart runs thru OVH
[2:41] <clever> but these start at 42
[2:42] <Grine_> I will look into that
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[2:42] <Grine_> I have other projects in mind for my Pi, so this isn't a waste
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[2:42] <Xenthys> > https://www.ovh.com/fr/vps/vps-ssd.xml
[2:42] <Xenthys> (yeah, sorry for the /fr/)
[2:42] <ali1234> is there jtag software for pi?
[2:43] <fluffet> i use my pi as a server :-)
[2:43] <ali1234> oh look at that... openocd... which i am already using
[2:43] <Grine_> Thanks for the help, guys, appreciate it
[2:43] <Grine_> I only recently decided to get into computers as a hobby, so I have a lot to learn
[2:43] <Xenthys> Grine_: don't hesitate to ask ;)
[2:43] <fluffet> i am on irc through my pi over ssh, it works great
[2:43] <ariZon_a> hey me too
[2:44] <Grine_> Currently doing research/necessary prep for moving from Linux Mint to Arch Linux, too :P
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[2:44] <Grine_> so I'm doubtless going to be hitting up their IRC channel going "zomfg halp" too :P
[2:44] <Xenthys> Grine_: gl with pacman instead of apt :)
[2:45] <fluffet> Grine_ it's just good to ask questions
[2:45] <Grine_> Xenthys: Yeah I've heard lots of good and bad about pacman
[2:45] <Grine_> apt-get is intuitive, at least to me
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[2:46] <Grine_> Fluffet: True that
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[2:48] <fluffet> do you guys use the CLI for aptitude a lot?
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[2:49] <ali1234> i don't use aptitude
[2:49] <fluffet> why not?
[2:50] <ali1234> i don't like it. i use apt-get instead
[2:50] * Xenthys is using apt-get, but never ran aptitude too.
[2:50] <ariZon_a> lel
[2:51] <fluffet> i just discovered aptitude has Mine Sweeper
[2:51] <fluffet> so you should all start using it right now
[2:51] <ali1234> Xfce has a hidden tic-tac-toe
[2:51] <Xenthys> apt-get install nethack
[2:51] <Xenthys> hours of fun
[2:51] <fluffet> tic tac toe is too simple
[2:52] <Grine_> br
[2:52] <Grine_> *brb
[2:52] <fluffet> i want to get into dwarf fortress
[2:53] <fluffet> my friend says it's super fun
[2:53] <Xenthys> fluffet: do you have 3 months of vacancies?
[2:54] <fluffet> no :p
[2:54] <fluffet> but i have 3 more hours to kill
[2:54] <Xenthys> not enough to learn DF
[2:54] <fluffet> well how can i kill 3 hours then?
[2:54] <Xenthys> code an IRC bot
[2:54] <Xenthys> :D
[2:55] <fluffet> lol :p
[2:55] <fluffet> dont think i could do that in 3 hours
[2:55] <Xenthys> In fact it's possible in about 10 minutes with Python
[2:55] <Xenthys> with SSL support.
[2:55] <fluffet> well, i have no need of an irc bot :P
[2:55] <Xenthys> You monster. :'(
[2:55] <fluffet> on the other hand i have absolutely nothing to code
[2:56] <Xenthys> My bot is my best friend
[2:56] <fluffet> lol :p
[2:56] <fluffet> is your bot.. in here right now?
[2:56] <Xenthys> yeah, it's been approved
[2:56] <Xenthys> Forgot that point :O
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[2:57] <Xenthys> Anaxyn: make me a sandwich!
[2:57] <Anaxyn> Xenthys: Do it yourself.
[2:57] <Xenthys> best friend ever.
[2:57] <fluffet> what a nice bot
[2:57] <Xenthys> well, it's just a factoid for "make"
[2:58] <fluffet> there's one thing i could do
[2:58] <fluffet> but it's school work D:
[2:58] <Xenthys> heh
[2:58] <Xenthys> I know what you can do!
[2:58] <Xenthys> My sandwich.
[2:58] <fluffet> Lol
[2:58] <fluffet> no thanks
[2:58] <Xenthys> At least I tried :P
[2:59] <ali1234> this objdump output does not look like real code to me
[2:59] <fluffet> i have to do something to stay awake
[2:59] <fluffet> configuring an NTP server is not one of them
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[3:00] <fluffet> which is what i have to do in one of my courses
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[3:00] <Xenthys> fluffet: and what about postfix?
[3:00] <Xenthys> hours of fun to have it working well.
[3:00] <fluffet> that's later i think
[3:01] <Xenthys> Is someone IRC'ing through a Pi right now?
[3:01] <fluffet> it's the last lab in a system installation course i am reading
[3:01] <fluffet> yes, i am
[3:01] <Xenthys> nice, irssi :)
[3:01] <fluffet> it's kinda cool because it's in my student dorm, and i am about 250 km away from it right now
[3:01] <fluffet> chatting through a laptop, using my phone as a modem
[3:02] <Xenthys> and using the Pi as a relay
[3:02] <fluffet> yep ^^
[3:02] <Xenthys> I can't do that :(
[3:02] <fluffet> why not?
[3:03] <Xenthys> Because my internet connection is bad and sometimes I just don't have electricity
[3:03] <Xenthys> little town
[3:03] <Xenthys> well, I'm using irssi through SSH too, but definitely not with a RPi :s
[3:04] <fluffet> oh ^^
[3:04] <fluffet> i live in sweden, our internet is great wherever you are
[3:05] <fluffet> we have 4x 100/10 mbps lines in our 5-room apartment
[3:05] <fluffet> one for each bedroom ^^
[3:05] <fluffet> brb
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[3:12] <Karlton> I am using Sic on an rpi armv6l for irc :)
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[3:13] <Karlton> http://tools.suckless.org/sic/
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[3:14] <fluffet> seems like a really lightweight irc client :o
[3:14] <fluffet> i use irssi, but if i was going to start using irc today i would use weechat i think
[3:15] <Xenthys> WeeChat has a lot of functions, literally too much for me
[3:16] <fluffet> but it comes with more stuff out of the box, right?
[3:16] <fluffet> irssi for example, needs a seperate plugin for a nicklist
[3:16] <Xenthys> yeah, maybe
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[3:16] <fluffet> and you need to use tmux/screen and create a new terminal window inside your main irssi window and so on
[3:16] <fluffet> so it's not a lot of work, but it is some work, to get it running the way you want
[3:17] <fluffet> also things like nick colors needs plugins ^^
[3:17] <Xenthys> I don't need nicklist btw, so I don't really care about that point :)
[3:17] <Xenthys> I have a raw irssi install, didn't modified it
[3:17] <fluffet> i like having a nicklist ^^
[3:17] <fluffet> what, really!?
[3:17] <Xenthys> yeah
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[3:18] <fluffet> i think raw irssi is a little too barebone for me :P
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[3:19] <Xenthys> When I had time, I used to use telnet to IRC :D
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[3:19] <fluffet> telnet? wtf :D
[3:20] <Xenthys> it's great to learn things about ircd
[3:20] <fluffet> i've only used telnet once in my life
[3:21] <Xenthys> fluffet: to do what? :)
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[3:21] <fluffet> i configured some quagga daemons in the systems installations course i talked about earlier
[3:22] * Xenthys doesn't know what's quagga.
[3:22] <fluffet> it's routing software :p
[3:22] <Karlton> sic is even lighter than telnet
[3:22] <Karlton> it just prints the text to stdout
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[3:23] <Xenthys> Karlton: raw text?
[3:23] <Karlton> no scroll buffer or anything
[3:24] <Karlton> formatted text with printf()
[3:24] <fluffet> so, no unicode? åäö
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[3:24] <Karlton> I added some colour and stuff to it
[3:24] <Xenthys> Karlton: and what about... SSL support? :D
[3:25] <Karlton> it doesn't support SSL
[3:25] <Karlton> but its irc, so I don't know why you would care about SSL unless for passwords
[3:25] <Xenthys> public network and authentication yeah
[3:26] <Xenthys> and +Z flag here
[3:26] <Xenthys> as some channels are rejecting non-SSL clients
[3:26] <Karlton> which channels?
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[3:27] <Xenthys> some private ones where the OPs doesn't want strangers to know what's going on :)
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[3:28] <Xenthys> there's not a lot on Freenode (I know one)
[3:29] <Xenthys> hum, I really have a broken english when I'm tired
[3:29] <Karlton> I guess I could read the openssl docs...
[3:30] <Karlton> or just see how irssi does it
[3:30] <Xenthys> Karlton: make a simple python script and voilà, you have a new IRC client
[3:30] <fluffet> i asked a question here earlier about performance that didn't really get a clear answer :p
[3:30] <fluffet> maybe you guys could help me
[3:31] <Xenthys> fluffet: well, ask?
[3:32] <fluffet> my mom was going to throw away her laptop, it's an old machine, circa 2008 i think... x64, 4gb ram, intel core2duo u7300
[3:32] <fluffet> i'm wondering, is this machine really faster than the rpi2 of today?
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[3:33] <Xenthys> imo, yes
[3:33] <fluffet> like, it has fewer cores... and a different architecture
[3:33] <fluffet> but the clock speed is a bit higher at 1.3ghz
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[3:34] <fluffet> i have no idea how arm holds up against intel's architecture
[3:34] <Karlton> it's slower in general
[3:34] <Xenthys> I thought a u7300 would be better than that
[3:34] <Karlton> I mean ARM is
[3:34] <Xenthys> Anaxyn: run grep name /proc/cpuinfo | head -n1
[3:34] <Anaxyn> Xenthys: model name : AMD Opteron(tm) Processor 6386 SE
[3:35] <Karlton> but more effecient
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[3:35] <Xenthys> What about that old Opteron then?
[3:35] <fluffet> alright. electricity is included in my rent and obviously i want the best server out of the two
[3:35] <fluffet> i dont care about efficiency
[3:36] <Karlton> I would say the one with more RAM is already the winner
[3:37] <Xenthys> I'm for the laptop too
[3:37] <fluffet> alright :p
[3:37] <fluffet> going to have to figure out something new to do with my raspberry then
[3:37] <Karlton> you could at least compile GCC without swapping
[3:37] <fluffet> haha :D
[3:37] <fluffet> i don't really use languages that require compilation unless i really have to
[3:38] <fluffet> i don't enjoy c/c++
[3:38] <Xenthys> Python \o/
[3:38] <fluffet> python is my main man
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[3:40] <Xenthys> Isn't it possible to share ressources between two machines?
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[3:41] <Karlton> well python gets compiled at runtime if you use an interpreter
[3:42] <Karlton> and that is why it's 20x+ slower :)
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[3:43] <Xenthys> but you don't need to recompile it each time you do a modification
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[3:44] <Xenthys> or each time you use another OS / arch
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[3:46] <fluffet> it just goes way quicker to do what you want to do in python
[3:46] <fluffet> also, i'm afraid of C ever since we had to do some os development in a course
[3:47] <fluffet> it was painful to figure out how c screwed you when you just get kernel panics
[3:47] <Karlton> try learning C++ ;)
[3:47] <fluffet> c++ is alright
[3:48] <Karlton> you need a lifetime to learn all of it
[3:48] <fluffet> yeah, of course :p
[3:48] <Karlton> and only use 10% of it
[3:48] <fluffet> but it's way easier to do things in python, that's why i prefer it
[3:48] <fluffet> i haven't really needed to program something for speed yet
[3:48] <Karlton> and try to figure out which 10% to use and what everything else is bad
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[3:53] <Karlton> I don't mind python unless it is used in a build system to compile C/C++ files :)
[3:53] <Karlton> like waf
[3:54] <fluffet> do you like debugging templates?
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[3:55] <Karlton> if I don't *HAVE* to use them
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[4:47] <JakeSays> so is jessie worth the upgrade?
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[5:33] <Tzic> perhaps
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[5:36] <Wolfie> Hello
[5:39] <Wolfie> I have a question about setting up serial console (uart) on jessie debian
[5:40] <Wolfie> I don't have a usb keyboard to plub into the the pi
[5:40] <Wolfie> and I get the kernel messages
[5:40] <Wolfie> but I don't get a login prompt
[5:40] <Wolfie> jessie raspbian*
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[6:01] <hinv> Wolfie are you the same guy as wolfie_?
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[6:11] <Wolfie> no
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[8:56] <devslash> has anyone here installed privacyidea on their pi ? im trying to install it using sudo apt-get install -f privacyidea
[8:56] <devslash> but there's an unmet dependency on python-dialog which it says isnt going to get installed. I googled it and installed pythong3-dialog but it still says it needs that package
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[10:11] <howdoi> trying to expose my π over the internet, I am one a dynamic IP, any suggestions?
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[10:39] <hepukt4e> howdoi, https://www.noip.com/ should probably work
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[10:40] <molgrum> i have owncloud on my Pi, wondering if installing wordpress (use it as a guestbook) would be pushing it too far?
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[10:54] <selckin> will be fine
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[11:07] <Bhaal> Is there a safe way to flash the SD card of a running Pi?
[11:07] <ShorTie> rpi-clone
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[11:08] <Armand> Best way to do it is to remove the card and DD it.
[11:08] <ShorTie> no way to flash/rewrite the sdcard when in use though
[11:08] <Armand> Not whilst it's running, obviously.
[11:09] <Bhaal> Well see, it's inside a weatherproof case outside on the fence, and it's a bitch to get it down, pull apart etc etc
[11:09] <SpeedEvil> What do you mean by 'flash the SD'
[11:09] <Armand> "I see pain in your future!"
[11:09] <Bhaal> hehe
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[11:10] <SpeedEvil> Mount an external filesystem over the network, go single user read-only and piviot_root into that
[11:10] <Bhaal> SpeedEvil: I was hoping to build a working image with *just* what I want... so a cut down jessie card, and then just have the stuff I need on it... And then image that across to the other pis
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[11:11] <SpeedEvil> Bhaal: is it on a good network?
[11:11] <SpeedEvil> If so, have the SD have just boot from network
[11:11] <SpeedEvil> This may be slow
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[11:12] <Bhaal> SpeedEvil: Not something I want to do all the time...
[11:13] <Bhaal> Doesn't really matter I guess
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[11:15] <Bhaal> SpeedEvil: Just seemed like it might be faster
[11:15] <Bhaal> So, what would happen if I dd'd from a network mounted image file to the sd device?
[11:16] <Bhaal> At what point would it most likely fail? :)
[11:16] <Bhaal> It just takes a damn long time to do an apt-get upgrade... And installs a whole lot of fluff I don't want...
[11:17] <howdoi> hepukt4e: hmm, there was dyndns before
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[11:19] <hepukt4e> howdoi, I think dyndns isn't free anymore
[11:21] <howdoi> yeah, sadly, is there anyway to expose it, without port fwdg in my router? I know it sounds dumb, but just in case ;) hepukt4e
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[11:23] <hepukt4e> howdoi, sorry, I didn't use other solutions
[11:23] <howdoi> np, thanks.
[11:23] <howdoi> hepukt4e: did your trying setting up freedombox ?
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[11:24] <hepukt4e> nope
[11:25] <howdoi> hmm
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[11:55] <shiftplusone> clever: did you get qemu going?
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[12:00] <MY123> it seems that there is a fast PowerPC->x86 dynamic binary translator available
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[12:04] <MY123> by Microsoft
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[12:48] <N3sh108> hello there! I am trying to stream the video from my RPi 2 NoIR camera module to another computer in direct wired connection
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[12:49] <N3sh108> I followed this tutorial: http://zacharybears.com/low-latency-raspberry-pi-video-streaming/, it kind of works but the quality is bad and it takes ages to start.
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[12:50] <N3sh108> Is there any better way? I just want a good stream via cable to another computer for being processed (either OpenCV or just forwarded somewhere else)
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[12:51] <N3sh108> I get low latency but the quality is awful (I am seeing the video itself from the RPi on a monitor 52'' and it's quite good. On my laptop is like I took it with a potato.)
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[14:15] <yasj> Hello everyone. I'd like to know if someone has used this Wi-Fi Adapter with raspberry. EW-7811Un (http://www.edimax.com/edimax/merchandise/merchandise_detail/data/edimax/global/wireless_adapters_n150/ew-7811un)
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[14:16] <yasj> I'm trying to raise its signal power, but without success.
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[14:30] <sigdk> has anyone used this script: http://sirlagz.net/2013/03/10/script-automatic-rpi-image-downsizer/ is it working properly ?
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[14:52] <sigdk> ShorTie, thanks. I'll try it... so how much is the image shrinked ?
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[14:56] <ShorTie> to a minimal amount that still allows the system to boot
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[15:08] <fl3sh> hi, what is the best to show image form pi using putty?
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[15:11] <fl3sh> ignore #channel MODES JOINS PARTS QUITS
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[15:13] <gordonDrogon> woops :)
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[15:27] <sigdk> ShorTie, So, So, Sorry .. :(~ This script only works on the standard 2 partition systems
[15:29] <Stanto> Huh, you can now customise your pi hardware
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[15:30] <Stanto> Only in bulk though :/ www.element14com/custompi
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[15:30] <Stanto> Uh there should be a dot in there
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[16:27] <sigdk> so, any idea on how to shrink my raspberry image ?
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[16:28] <nid0> remove stuff you don't need?
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[16:29] <GPIB> Anyone here familiar with lower level linux dev like porting to a different processor or BSP's for a new board?
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[16:59] <bigrattus> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6zLxT6QV9ws&feature=youtu.be
[17:00] <Flerb> Hi. So I have found a program which can repeatedly take photos called fswebcam and the only issue I have now is ordering them sequentially - is there a general method for getting incrementing file names in linux?
[17:00] <JK-47> how often are you taking them?
[17:01] <Flerb> JK-47: once per 3 seconds
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[17:01] <Flerb> well, as fast as it can
[17:02] <Flerb> I know ffmpeg uses %d and that's why I want to find an equivalent, because I can't get ffmpeg to look at the jpgs in increasing timestamp order
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[17:02] <JK-47> https://stackoverflow.com/questions/27772790/generate-unique-filename-for-fswebcam
[17:02] <JK-47> --save pic%Y-%m-%d_%H:%M:%S.jpg
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[17:03] <Flerb> JK-47: hmm - if I do that I'll have to figure a way of getting ffmpeg to recognise them sequentially
[17:04] <JK-47> are you making a movie out of them after?
[17:04] <JK-47> whats the real end goal
[17:04] <Flerb> JK-47: yeah, making a movie after
[17:05] <JK-47> why not use motion-mmal and make it in realtime
[17:05] <Flerb> JK-47: well the end goal is to catch and torture whoever is stealing our milk
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[17:05] <JK-47> motion-mmal
[17:05] <JK-47> itll detect motion, can do movies of certain length
[17:06] <JK-47> or, just goto the store and buy milk… ;)
[17:06] <Flerb> JK-47: hmm - could it do videos with a really low framerate?
[17:06] <Flerb> like 0.33fps
[17:06] <JK-47> yes
[17:06] <Flerb> I don't want to detect motion
[17:06] <Flerb> I just wanna continuously record
[17:06] <JK-47> im all for illegal boobie traps, or a laxatives in it
[17:06] <Flerb> and idk if the file would get too big
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[17:07] <JK-47> bromothymol blue
[17:07] <JK-47> you can tell it to do it at intervals. like 5-10 second clips
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[17:07] <JK-47> the problem is uploading the files somewhere or having storage fast enough to save it
[17:07] <Flerb> JK-47: so if I'm recording say half hour chunks, without detecting motion, I guess I could write something to ftp the files over to my server and delete the local copies
[17:07] <JK-47> and cpu to process it. a bananapi may be better
[17:08] <Flerb> so maybe photos are a better idea for the moment
[17:08] <JK-47> i just rsync to a bigger server, and have that dump to dropbox
[17:08] <Flerb> JK-47: so the pi is capable of recording 5 minute chunks and saving them?
[17:08] <JK-47> yes
[17:08] <Flerb> at a really low framerate
[17:08] <Flerb> and it won't get much bigger than it would be in jpg format? hmm
[17:09] <JK-47> depends
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[17:27] <Flerb> JK-47: how did you set up the recording into chunks?
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[17:29] <JK-47> max_movie_time in the motion.conf in motion-mmal
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[17:31] <JK-47> I need to rebuild my motion for the pi2 and upgrade all my devices
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[17:43] <toomin> Flerb, https://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/viewtopic.php?f=43&t=63276&sid=d3be694acbf77a0b54c0f7e8f44e2d07
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[17:44] <toomin> I set one up to catch the milk-thief too.
[17:44] <Armand> It was me!!
[17:45] <toomin> In hindsight, a fake CCTV casing pointing to your door ought to do the trick. :p
[17:45] <toomin> Make it blatant.
[17:45] <toomin> "You are being recorded"
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[17:46] <IT_Sean> https://openclipart.org/image/2400px/svg_to_png/219371/You-Are-Being-Monitored.png
[17:47] <toomin> heh
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[18:13] <funkster> how can i send data to /dev/ttyUSB0 with echo? it doesnt seems to work, i send the same data with cat like this and it works fine $cat > /dev/ttyUSB0 (then type in data)
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[18:14] <sigdk> hi, I've downloaded a rpi image which is 4GB. My sd card appears to be 3.7. Can I shrink it ?
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[18:24] <gorroth> you can get a customized raspberry pi now
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[18:24] <gorroth> element14 will consult you about it, but i can only imagine you'll have to do large orders to get it
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[18:28] <nid0> yeah "a customised" is a misnomer, they'll probably be wanting orders in the thousands a year minimum
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[18:37] <divx118> sigdk, should be possible, mounting the image on linux and delete some stuff you don't need. However better is to google a minimal install from a reliable source and use that. Or.. go out and buy a bigger sd card.
[18:38] <sigdk> divx118, how do I "delete" something ?
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[18:39] <divx118> If you need to ask that got for the second option.
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[18:39] <divx118> s/got/go
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[18:40] <shiftplusone> sigdk: if you could test this, it would be much appreciated https://repo.xecdesign.com/tmp/2015-09-24-raspbian-jessie.zip
[18:41] <sigdk> shiftplusone, this is a whole image... (?)
[18:41] <shiftplusone> yup
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[18:41] <shiftplusone> a minimal (noX) version is also available https://repo.xecdesign.com/tmp/2015-09-24-raspbian-jessie-noX.zip
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[18:47] <danm15> Hi, I wonder if anyone here knows anything about Samba networking on Raspberry Pi? I've tried at least a dozen online guides and cannot seem to get it to work
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[18:50] <shiftplusone> danm15: I managed to get it working at home, but it wasn't straight forward. In the end, I only needed to edit the .conf file and set the user password
[18:51] <shiftplusone> maybe editing the .conf file is optional.... I probably did it to tighten up security a little.
[18:51] <shiftplusone> Sorry, don't remember the details
[18:51] <Stanto> You need to edit the config and make sure folder permissions are correct, typically
[18:51] <danm15> My problem is that none of my Windows machines can see the server, or connect to it by hostname or IP address
[18:52] <sigdk> shiftplusone, I want a script, or something like that to decrease the size of my current img
[18:52] <danm15> It doesn't show up in the network folder and "Windows cannot access \\192.168.1.1\Network" or "Windows ... \\server\Network"
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[18:53] <danm15> I've checked that the hostname is server, that the IP is 192.168.1.1 and the share name is Network
[18:53] <shiftplusone> sigdk: didn't you link one earlier?
[18:53] <danm15> So it isn't a "stupid" mistake
[18:54] <pksato> danm15: what error?
[18:54] <sigdk> shiftplusone, I've used 2 scripts I found with the newest rpi image from here: https://www.raspberrypi.org/downloads/raspbian/ but none of them worked
[18:54] <sigdk> shiftplusone, ShorTie gave me his script... but I get errors
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[18:55] <pksato> samba log files is on /var/log/samba check if have some clue.
[18:55] <danm15> In my Network folder I can only see my computer, my Smart TV and a number of Roku boxes. Connecting to \\192.168.1.1\server shows the error message Windows cannot access \\192.168.1.1\Network. Check the spelling of the name, otherwise a problem with your network, etc.
[18:56] <danm15> The Workgroup name is the same on both the Pi and Windows machine
[18:57] <danm15> Nothing in log files apart from server starting/stopping when I restart the Pi
[18:58] <pksato> on rpi, check if samba is running. service samba status
[18:58] <danm15> * samba.service
[18:59] <danm15> Loaded: masked (/dev/null)
[18:59] <danm15> Active: inactive (dead)
[18:59] <shiftplusone> check smb
[18:59] <danm15> Warning: Unit file changed on disk, 'systemctl daemon-reload' recommended.
[18:59] <shiftplusone> I believe it's not called samba
[19:00] <pksato> jessie? not cat help much.
[19:00] <pksato> can not
[19:01] <danm15> Yes, jessie
[19:01] <pksato> ps as | grep smbd
[19:01] <danm15> Should i use wheezy instead?
[19:01] <pksato> ops
[19:01] <pksato> ps -ax | grep smbd
[19:01] <danm15> 1015 ? Ss 0:00 /usr/sbin/smbd -D 1022 ? S 0:00 /usr/sbin/smbd -D 1254 pts/1 S+ 0:00 grep --color=auto smbd
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[19:02] <pksato> firewall?
[19:02] <pksato> try smbclient
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[19:04] <danm15> What is smbclient?
[19:04] <pksato> is a command line samba client.
[19:04] <pksato> to test samba or connect to other server.
[19:04] <pksato> smbclient //localhost/share/
[19:05] <danm15> I'm installing it now, i'll try it
[19:06] <danm15> session setup failed: NT_STATUS_UNSUCCESSFUL
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[19:07] <pksato> need to check logs , on /var/log
[19:07] <danm15> What exactly am I looking for?
[19:07] <pksato> I dont know.
[19:08] <pksato> just use you feelings.
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[19:09] <pksato> some cases, need to enable or increase debug level.
[19:09] <pksato> or log level
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[19:12] <danm15> Unable to find the Domain Master Browser name HOMENETWORK<1b> for the workgroup HOMENETWORK seems to be showing up a lot
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[19:14] <pksato> samba expect to find a pdc or ad server, or become one.
[19:15] <pksato> samba version 4.x?
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[19:16] <danm15> Version 4.1.17-Debian
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[19:19] <pksato> danm15: can be help you, https://www.samba.org/samba/docs/man/Samba-HOWTO-Collection/StandAloneServer.html
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[19:22] <platta> Has anyone ever worked with the Java Native Access libraries (net.java.dev.jna) on a Pi? I'm trying to track an issue in someone else's code (so not familiar with it) and I think JNA is causing a segmentation fault. Could use a point in the right direction.
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[19:52] <zleap> hi
[19:52] <zleap> i am trying to look up the option for apt-get dist-upgrade to accept the defaults to any questions that come up
[19:53] <zleap> so far i have found there is a command line switch for yes and no, which given some defaults it yes others is no, is there a just do the default option /d perhaps
[19:53] <fluffet> there's a special command for it if you use raspbian
[19:53] <fluffet> it's raspi-upgrade or somethign like that
[19:54] <fluffet> it's probably all default though, so nvm
[19:54] <fluffet> :P
[19:54] <zleap> ah thanks
[19:54] <zleap> so i have edited the sources list to point at jessie
[19:54] <zleap> run apt-get update
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[19:56] <fluffet> i think raspi-update might just be the kernel
[19:56] <fluffet> i actually don't know
[19:56] <fluffet> i used it once, but whatever i did didn't work properly so i had to downgrade kernel again
[19:57] <zleap> i'll just use dist upgade but thanks
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[19:58] <zleap> 698 packages
[19:58] <zleap> i am slowly working through all the pis have here
[20:00] <gordonDrogon> AIUI, raspi-update is just the kernel/bootloader and some other lower level "stuff"
[20:01] <gordonDrogon> the normal apt-get update/upgrade will pull in a new kernel, but (again, AIUI) it might be a slightly older one than raspi-update which is more bleeding-edge..
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[20:25] <Tenkawa> greetings all
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[20:51] <pants_> can anyone comment on the Pi 2's ability to play HTML5? The first generation Pi that I have doesn't do it very well and im wondering if an upgrade will help
[20:51] <pants_> sorry... HTML5 video
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[20:54] * divx118 is starting to regret using jessie instead of wheezy bluetooth audio and pulseaudio is driving me a bit nuts to setup.
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[21:03] <divx118> everything was so much easier with bluez-alsa package. My bluetooth audio speakers would auto connect. no pulseaudio needed that runs per user session..etc Back then I had mpd bluetooth audio speakers all setup in an hour, now already spending half a day and still not working.
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[21:06] <clever> shiftplusone: compile errors, let me see what the latest one was
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[21:06] <Xen0n> Hello frnz!
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[21:09] <clever> shiftplusone: ah, unknown target, arm-system
[21:09] <clever> need the right target name still
[21:09] <clever> ah it should be arm-softmmu
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[21:14] <sigdk> seems that I cannot login as root at the new rpi images, is that true ?
[21:14] <clever> sigdk: how are you trying to get root?
[21:15] <sigdk> clever, ssh
[21:15] <clever> ah, you may need to enable PermitRootLogin in /etc/ssh/sshd_config
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[21:16] <clever> but you can also login as pi and then just 'sudo -i' to gain root
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[21:24] <bigboylowjoy> How would I control this motor: http://www.amazon.com/Pitsco-Education-39530-Tetrix-Motor/dp/B00M0OLI5U with a raspberry pi
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[21:27] <myself> bigboylowjoy: that's a brushed (permanent-magnet) DC motor, which needs a single (beefy power) transistor to make it spin one direction, or an H-bridge to give you directional control. Check out https://learn.adafruit.com/adafruit-dc-and-stepper-motor-hat-for-raspberry-pi/overview
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[21:28] <sigdk> one more question. I have a script at initd as shown here: http://raspberrywebserver.com/serveradmin/run-a-script-on-start-up.html
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[21:28] <sigdk> I'd like it to start as late as possible
[21:29] <sigdk> if I guess correctly this is parametrizes by default start/stop
[21:29] <sigdk> what should I have there ?
[21:29] <bigboylowjoy> myself: I want to wrap a door handle with wire and have a motor pull the wire and the handle turn downwards (90 degree turn). Would that be a good motor to use?
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[21:31] <myself> bigboylowjoy: It's geared nice and low, and has a flatted shaft which makes it easy to attach to, so, sorta. And the nice thing about the wire scheme is that someone will still be able to open the door (the wire will just go slack) even if the system fails, so, yeah, I like that plan.
[21:32] <myself> Keep in mind that the motor's only mounting points are the two very small threaded holes on the face of the gearbox; it's meant to be screwed to a plate of some sort. They don't tell you the thread or depth of those holes, so maybe look for a supplier who gives a bit more data, or assume that you have the mech-eng muscle in-house to do the mounting.
[21:33] <myself> There are comparable motors for half the price down under "customers also viewed"; I'm curious how/why you arrived at this specific one. It's not a bad choice, just randomly expensive.
[21:34] <bigboylowjoy> myself: This is for a college project, and my group has little expertise
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[21:35] <bigboylowjoy> myself: I am not exactly sure how to put everything together
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[21:36] <SopaXT> Hey, how do I access the SD card when I am the kernel?
[21:36] <myself> Welp, you're gonna learn! :) Look at as many similar projects as you can find, and find your local robotics teams and clubs, they'll have applicable clue.
[21:36] <SopaXT> (Bare metal stuff)
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[21:37] <myself> bigboylowjoy: http://www.instructables.com/id/How-to-Build-your-Everything-Really-Really-Fast/
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[21:37] <myself> or not
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[21:41] <nielsmob> good evening, i read somewhere that the people of wyliodrin are here as well?
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[21:41] <myself> the people of planet gleep may be here, but they're afraid to reveal themselves
[21:42] <nielsmob> lol .... not
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[21:44] <munsking> hello, i bought this kit for my raspi: http://www.sunfounder.com/index.php?c=show&id=129&model=Basic%20Kit%20for%20Arduino and it's my first time working with stuff like this. i know how the color codes on resistors work but i don't know which way around to hold them if they have 5 bands, is there an easy way to remember/see?
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[21:45] <zleap> munsking: there is usually a gold band at one end, taht is the tolerance,
[21:45] <myself> munsking: Read it both ways. One way won't make sense, one way will. Or, one way will be a standard E12 value (search "preferred value series") and the other will be completely nonsensical. Also, double-check with your meter, one will agree closely (within a few percent of the actual reading), one won't.
[21:46] <clever> shiftplusone: yep, arm-softmmu got past the configure errors, 30mins into the compile, this should take a while
[21:46] <myself> Five-band are usually 1% resistors, which has a brown band for tolerance, which is also a valid digit, so it'll look valid both ways until you actually try to read it.
[21:46] <munsking> the multimeter i bought today doesn't work :( i have to apply a lot of pressure on the rightmost cable to make contact, gonna return it tomorrow
[21:46] <myself> (There's *supposed* to be a gap between the last and next-to-last bands, but that's not always present)
[21:47] <myself> munsking: if you're in a place where Sears operates stores, this is a pretty decent one for the price: http://slickdeals.net/f/8182830-craftsman-8-function-digital-multimeter-9-99-regular-price-19-99-free-store-pick-up-sears
[21:47] <munsking> myself: i'm in the middle of nowhere in austria (europe, no kangaroos ;))
[21:48] <myself> hah
[21:49] <myself> I thought there were hackerspaces all over europe, no austrian should ever feel alone while getting started in electronics :)
[21:50] <clever> myself: ive talked to a few people in EU before, and some of them have insane import taxes
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[21:51] <clever> but i did manage to find 2 sparkfun distrobuters in his country, with online stores
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[21:52] <munsking> myself: i'm working on making a hackerspace, once a month i help to fix peoples computers and teach them about linux and stuff, now i wanna learn more about electronics in case there's a hardware problem (and i wanna control my apartment through the internet lol)
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[21:54] <munsking> clever: i tried to buy motherboard standoffs over amazon, 90% of the shops don't send stuff here, must be because of the tax stuff, i think computer hardware is like 10-20% more expensive here than in NL (country of origin, moved to austria 8 years ago), pretty crazy
[21:56] <clever> i'm in canada and i still run into trouble getting thing shipped here, lol
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[21:56] <munsking> oh that's gotta feel even worse, since it's so close to the US where it probably (hopefully?) comes from
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[21:57] * myself falls off his smug chair and injures himself, then goes bankrupt on the doctor bills
[21:57] * divx118 going back to wheezy giving up on jessie
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[21:58] <munsking> lol
[21:58] <zleap> what is wrong with jessie ?
[21:58] <munsking> myself: hasn't it gotten a bit better with obama?
[21:58] <myself> Of course, I'm poking fun. :)
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[21:59] <munsking> still not good enough though if you ask me :P but that might just be the communism talking
[21:59] <divx118> zleap, setting up bluetooth speakers and pulseaudio to use with mpd
[21:59] <myself> So anyway. Reading resistors gets easier once you learn the E12 values.
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[22:00] <munsking> yea i wanted to ask about the first 2 out of the 3, if i understand that correctly i should be correct about nr 3 too
[22:00] <myself> munsking: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Preferred_number is a good overview
[22:00] <divx118> zleap, For the rest I had no problems with jessie, but this is a deal breaker.
[22:01] <zleap> can you file a bug report, maybe someone can take a look
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[22:03] <munsking> 1st: brown, black, black, orange, brown 2nd: brown, brown, black, black, brown
[22:03] <divx118> zleap, Well I can see if I can wrap it up in a bug report. I think the main issue is getting the speakers to auto connect with bluetooth on a headless system.
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[22:03] <zleap> ah
[22:03] <munsking> is the first one 10k and the second 1k?
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[22:07] <divx118> zleap, When it would auto connect then it would also be available in the pulseaudio mpd user session. I think that would solve my problem then. Now I can only connect with bluetootctl by hand and then it would only be available to my used user pi.
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[22:09] <munsking> aaah this doesn't make any sense, i know there's supposed to be a 10k and 1k one, but the way i read them it looks like 110 and 100k
[22:09] <divx118> One thing I can try is see if I can connect to it with user mpd, but bluetoothctl crashes then. Probably need to add it to some groups.
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[22:10] <zleap> if it worked with wheezy it should work with jessie, so maybe there is something wrong between the two releases
[22:10] <munsking> oh wait, turning the 110 upside down makes it 1k
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[22:10] <zleap> not sure if wheezy to jessie introduces sysd rather than sysv
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[22:12] <munsking> guess i'm colorblind and this orange is really red.. then the 10k works
[22:13] <zleap> munsking: it usually helps to look at resistors in natural light
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[22:13] <divx118> zleap, on wheezy I used bluez-alsa, no pulseaudio was needed.
[22:14] <zleap> ah
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[22:14] <munsking> guess i'll be buying some white lights for my desk area tomorrow :P
[22:14] <zleap> just get some white LEDs and wire up with a resitor to a battery,
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[22:15] <zleap> http://zleap.net/led-night-lamp-2/
[22:15] <zleap> using 100ohm between the leds
[22:16] <munsking> i bought a 6 pack remote controllable white LED lights, but i'm fiddling around with those so they currently don't work xD that's the first thing i'm trying to control with the raspi
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[22:17] <zleap> ah
[22:19] <Xen0n> http://luckylarry.co.uk/arduino-projects/control-a-dc-motor-with-arduino-and-l293d-chip/
[22:19] <Xen0n> above link shows moter-driver
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[23:28] <gordonDrogon> zleap, did you wire those LEDs up in series?
[23:30] <zleap> led - resistor - led
[23:30] <zleap> then repeated it
[23:30] <gordonDrogon> ok
[23:30] <zleap> i built it up over time
[23:30] <zleap> it works,
[23:31] * zleap wonders how long this jessie update will take now
[23:31] <zleap> back later
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[23:40] <bigboylowjoy> How powerful would the motor be in this tutorial? https://learn.adafruit.com/adafruit-raspberry-pi-lesson-9-controlling-a-dc-motor/overview
[23:42] <pksato> powerful?
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[23:43] <SpeedEvil> bigboylowjoy: over 9000
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[23:43] <bigboylowjoy> What I want to do is wrap wire around a door handle and pull the wire with the motor so the handle of the door moves downward 90 degrees. Would the motor be able to do that?
[23:44] <Berg> NO
[23:45] <bigboylowjoy> How can I modify the project to do what I want?
[23:45] <pksato> need a motor with gears.
[23:45] <Berg> YOU WOULD NEED TO EITHER GEAR DOWN THAT MOTOR or get a solinoid to pull the handle
[23:46] <bigboylowjoy> What do you mean by gear down?
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[23:46] <pksato> or a power servo
[23:46] <Berg> would a servo have enough power to cou7nter the door handle spring?
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[23:46] <Berg> not sure about that
[23:47] <pksato> if choose correct servo.
[23:47] <bigboylowjoy> So should I find a different dc motor? Or get a powerful servo?
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[23:48] <Berg> http://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_nkw=5v+geared+motor
[23:48] <Berg> yes
[23:48] <Berg> that motor is not right for opening doors
[23:48] <Berg> :)
[23:49] <bigboylowjoy> What are your thoughts on this guy: http://www.amazon.com/40RPM-Rotary-Speed-Shape-Electric/dp/B00CQMI9ZI/ref=sr_1_9?ie=UTF8&qid=1445986122&sr=8-9&keywords=5v+geared+motor
[23:49] <bigboylowjoy> I need to use amazon prime because I need the motor by saturday
[23:51] <Berg> it looks like it would do the job you would have to engeneer its connection to the door
[23:51] <pksato> Even with correct parts, is not a easy task.
[23:51] <Berg> looking at your guide are you using 3v or 5
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[23:52] <Berg> that motor is rated at 5volt the ones on ebay was from 3 to 5
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[23:53] <pksato> how many rpms need? what torque?
[23:53] <bigboylowjoy_> So I want to find a 3v motor?
[23:53] <Berg> that would depend on the door handle function if its perfect oir has drag etc
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[23:54] <pksato> need to choose motor from mechanical specifications.
[23:54] <bigboylowjoy_> How would I measure that if I have no knowledge
[23:55] <Berg> you could think about ignoring the orignal door lock and look at electric door locks
[23:55] <Berg> replace it with a electromagnet function lock
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[23:56] <bigboylowjoy_> I can't modify the door. It's a college dorm door
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[23:57] <pksato> dynamometer
[23:57] <fl3sh> I am looking for tutorial how run pi camera with opencv I have got opencv installed
[23:58] <Berg> im afraid i can only suggest trial and error bigboylowjoy_
[23:58] <pksato> that you need to measure strength to turn door lock.
[23:58] <Berg> USE EXPLOSIVES?
[23:59] <Berg> it will work one time!!!!

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