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IRC Log for 2015-12-11

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[0:02] <DexterLB> nice
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[0:08] <mgottschlag> deadcat: btw, if you want to see impressible optimizations, do a buildroot install on a device of your choice and watch the build speed :D
[0:08] <ali1234> isn't objcopy binutils?
[0:09] <mgottschlag> yeah, I mixed coreutils and binutils
[0:09] <ali1234> small coreutils = busybox, no?
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[0:09] <mgottschlag> I guess the general argument still works though
[0:09] <mgottschlag> yeah
[0:09] <ali1234> i built devkitppc for raspberry pi yesterday.. left it building overnight
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[0:10] <ali1234> don't know how long it took... but a long time
[0:11] <mgottschlag> I always try to install crosscompilers for whatever embedded platform I use
[0:12] <ali1234> yeah.. but cross compiling a cross compiler is a pain
[0:12] <mgottschlag> actually, I think my current ARM system would OOM while compiling anything remotely complex :D
[0:12] <mgottschlag> yeah
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[0:14] <mgottschlag> deadcat: argh, I meant the boot speed, not the build speed
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[0:15] <deadcat> oh cool
[0:15] <ali1234> even just a minimal raspbian boots fast
[0:15] <deadcat> how's the difference?
[0:15] <mgottschlag> idk, <2s on this 400MHz ARMv5
[0:15] <mgottschlag> including the bootloader
[0:15] <deadcat> my raspbian boots in around 7 seconds
[0:15] <mgottschlag> (compared to 40s+ for debian)
[0:16] <deadcat> though it probably isn't even close to raspbian any more
[0:16] <ali1234> raspbian-ua-netinst brings up ssh in about 3 seconds
[0:16] <deadcat> that's including nfs mount
[0:17] <deadcat> I don't reboot that often though
[0:17] <mgottschlag> ali1234: hm, okay, nice, didn't know that :D
[0:18] <mgottschlag> anyways, gtg, gn8
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[0:53] <sarink> i put ubuntu 14 on my pi, and i've been using it... but suddenly it's out of disk space! i run `df -h` and it thinks there is only 1.7G available, yet the sd card is 16GB. what's happening?
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[1:07] <ozzzy_> did you expand the image to use the whole card?
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[1:11] <sarink> ozzzy_: here's the output of `lsblk` https://gist.github.com/sarink/3d9455e4c5514e9d6bfe ...
[1:11] <sarink> so i think the rpi sees it all, but how do i make it use it all?
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[1:12] <ozzzy_> yeah... but what is the size of the partition on it
[1:12] <prozach> afternoon
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[1:12] <sarink> how do i check?
[1:13] <sarink> i'm not super great at linux cli, yet
[1:13] <ozzzy_> start with df
[1:14] <prozach> I have a question regarding using wiriingpi pinouts and bcm gpio pinouts.
[1:14] <prozach> I wrote a series of scripts that interact with a relay board but I wrote them in bash and I used the gpio utility
[1:15] <prozach> I want to wire up a button that will then execute one of those scripts to actuate the relay.
[1:15] <prozach> but I am not sure if I can use a script that is setting the mode for bcm gpio
[1:16] <prozach> that will then call a script that uses wiringpi mapping
[1:16] <prozach> I am new to python but old hat with bash programming which is why I went that route.
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[1:22] <ali1234> prozach: the gpio tool can use both numberings
[1:22] <prozach> okay so they aren't mutually exclusive
[1:23] <ali1234> just use gpio -g
[1:23] <ali1234> stick to bcm numbrs whenever possible
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[1:23] <prozach> yeah it was my first "project" I did with my pi and didn't know any better.
[1:24] <prozach> I want to follow these instructions http://razzpisampler.oreilly.com/ch07.html#SEC11.1
[1:24] <prozach> just wanted a sanity check before I started foing it
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[1:25] <ali1234> that way is fine if you only want one button
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[1:32] <prozach> ali1234, for now thats all I am working on. will have more on a different project I am working on for a different pi
[1:32] <prozach> thanks for the help!
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[2:14] <Viper168> anyone here know c++ or assembly well and are willing to let me eat a little of your brain to absorb your knowledge?
[2:17] <Viper168> really wish we had little boards specially equipped to perform as usb gamepads out of the box, just hook up your analog stick(s) and button inputs appropriately and be done
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[2:17] <Viper168> it would be really easy and cheap technology-wise
[2:18] <Viper168> some company that specializes in small boards like that should do it
[2:19] <Viper168> they could even make versions with accelerometers
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[2:20] <Viper168> shame I'm not rich enough to just hire a team to design them
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[3:45] <electrode> Hello
[3:46] <electrode> I am getting a lot of noise from this circuit even when the audio source is not playing audio. How can I fix this? and how do I affect the amplification to make it amplify even louder?
[3:46] <electrode> Here is the cicruit: http://cdn.instructables.com/F2B/G9BQ/IAIN47ZV/F2BG9BQIAIN47ZV.LARGE.jpg
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[3:49] <electrode> How sorry wrong channel :)
[3:49] <electrode> You can still answer if you would like, I will be using this circuit for my Raspberry Pi 2 Model B
[3:51] <ppq> not an answer to your question, but anyway... better buy a used amplifier for 10-20 bucks, some onkyo from the 80's for example. building audio amplifiers yourself isn't worth the time, especially when it comes to noise
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[3:52] <electrode> ppq: I want to make it myself, it would be pretty cool
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[4:10] <aem> will setting force_turbo to 1 disable temp_limit?
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[4:13] <Xark> aem: Looks like no http://haydenjames.io/raspberry-pi-safe-overclocking-settings/ (but warranty violated if you care)
[4:14] <Xark> voided* rather. :)
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[4:17] <aem> thx Xark
[4:19] <Xark> Interesting new article about SD card performance on RPi just posted -> http://hackaday.com/2015/12/10/which-sd-card-to-use-in-a-pi/
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[4:22] <aem> Xark is it worth it force_turbo?
[4:23] <Xark> aem: I have only tried "safe" overclock. I would just get a RPi2 if you need some speed. :)
[4:25] <aem> i have that one lol
[4:25] <Xark> aem: I don't think OC helps as much on 2 from what I have read. I am not sure I even tried it there.
[4:25] * ozzzy just bought the missus a couple of microSD cards
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[8:01] <GRMrGecko> For whatever reason, my raspberry pi 2 is showing the SD Card activity on screen. How can I disable this?
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[8:10] <AiGreek> *yawn* 'morning guys
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[8:21] <CoJaBo> GRMrGecko: The rainbow flashing blob?
[8:23] <GRMrGecko> CoJaBo: yes
[8:23] <CoJaBo> It's an undervoltage indicator; your power supply and/or cable are bad
[8:23] <GRMrGecko> ah... I'm using my TV
[8:23] <CoJaBo> It it's happening on SD activity, you're going to screw up your card soon
[8:23] <CoJaBo> If*
[8:23] <GRMrGecko> so TV must be 0.5A
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[8:24] <GRMrGecko> I'll replace with an actual power supply
[8:24] <CoJaBo> TVs aren't known for following the USB spec well either lol
[8:24] <CoJaBo> There's actually one where plugging in a USB device will brick it. Fun times.
[8:27] <djazz> Brick the TV? Wow
[8:28] <GRMrGecko> CoJaBo: Ah ha, it was the USB cable I was using
[8:28] <CoJaBo> djazz: Forget the brand, but yeh; they used the USB connector for a "service port"
[8:28] <GRMrGecko> new cable is working on tv
[8:29] <CoJaBo> Plugging in a USB device would put it into a firmware update mode, and promptly destroy it. Who the hell engineers these things?
[8:29] <GRMrGecko> CoJaBo: people who go to college for it because they think they can learn it and make $$$$$$$
[8:30] <GRMrGecko> they don't actually know how to make these things
[8:30] <CoJaBo> lol
[8:31] <GRMrGecko> Now my TV system works :D
[8:31] <CoJaBo> =D
[8:31] <GRMrGecko> I got my Mac Mini hooked up to my cable box via firewire with a custom built mythtv.
[8:32] <GRMrGecko> and I got raspberry pi connecting to it for live tv and recording
[8:32] <GRMrGecko> then I have a media server running Arch linux
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[8:34] <GRMrGecko> everything is working great :D
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[9:14] <JakeSays> djazz: you around?
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[9:18] <djazz> JakeSays: ya?
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[9:18] <JakeSays> hey i added those things to my network config. now i can't get an ip address
[9:18] <JakeSays> i just get the 169.* one
[9:19] <JakeSays> 169.254.204.156
[9:19] <djazz> hm
[9:19] <djazz> sudo systemctl status dhcpcd
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[9:20] <djazz> i've had that issue before too
[9:21] <djazz> bad wifi range maybe
[9:21] <JakeSays> its the same distance it was before
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[9:21] <djazz> if you remove the lines you added, does it work again?
[9:21] <djazz> and reboot
[9:21] <JakeSays> i'll try
[9:22] <JakeSays> that wpa_supplicant thing just bugs me
[9:22] <djazz> yeah
[9:23] <djazz> i found wicd to work pretty good actually
[9:23] <djazz> with dhclient instead of dhcp
[9:23] <JakeSays> yeah i have an ip address now
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[9:24] <djazz> try only add the power thing before wpa-conf
[9:24] <djazz> or what it is
[9:24] <djazz> no auto wlan0
[9:25] <JakeSays> heh. when i use iwconfig to turn power off i get no ping timeouts :)
[9:25] <djazz> ya :)
[9:25] <JakeSays> ok so def. on the right track then
[9:25] <djazz> a last resort might be to add that command to netowrk post
[9:26] <djazz> so it's run when it's connected or something
[9:26] <JakeSays> i'm trying with just the wireless-power off line
[9:27] <JakeSays> it doesnt like that line
[9:27] <JakeSays> back to bogus ip
[9:27] <djazz> oh :/
[9:28] <JakeSays> what does your iface wlan0 inet line loook like?
[9:28] <djazz> I don't use wpa_supplicant
[9:28] <djazz> so that stuff is commented out
[9:28] <djazz> i have auto, allow-hotswap and power
[9:29] <JakeSays> can you pastebin your config? i'd like to not use wpa_supplicant too
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[9:29] <djazz> sudo apt-get install wicd wicd-curses wicd-gtk (for gui)
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[9:30] <djazz> http://pastebin.com/kT7Lb2Du
[9:31] <JakeSays> ah crap the pi doesnt have acccess to the internet
[9:32] <JakeSays> damn
[9:32] <JakeSays> hmm. maybe i can create a bridge
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[9:34] <djazz> remove the line, reboot, iwconfig. ip!
[9:34] <djazz> then you can install wicd
[9:34] <JakeSays> it doesnt physically have access
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[9:38] <JakeSays> hmm. that didnt do what i thought it would
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[9:39] <djazz> hm?
[9:40] <JakeSays> so here's my setup: i have a laptop with both a wifi and ethernet ports. the pi is plugged in to the ethernet port on a different subnet.
[9:40] <JakeSays> so i need to route traffic from the ethernet port to the wifi port
[9:40] <JakeSays> can i do that with ssh?
[9:41] <JakeSays> that make sense?
[9:41] <djazz> is the laptop running linux?
[9:41] <JakeSays> no
[9:41] <JakeSays> windows
[9:42] <djazz> you should be able to make a bridge somehow. i've only done it in linux and osx
[9:42] <djazz> with networkmanager in linux its super easy
[9:43] <djazz> maybe http://www.countrymilewifi.com/how-to-share-computers-wifi-with-ethernet-devices.aspx
[9:46] <JakeSays> hmm. that looks promising
[9:46] <djazz> first google search result ;d
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[9:50] <JakeSays> heh. i think that worked :)
[9:51] <JakeSays> LOL awesome
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[9:51] <djazz> :D
[9:52] <JakeSays> looking at your config i dont see where you're setting the ssid, etc
[9:53] <djazz> in wicd
[9:53] <JakeSays> ah ok
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[9:53] <djazz> install it and run wicd-curses
[9:53] <djazz> in terminal
[9:53] <JakeSays> its installed
[9:55] <JakeSays> i selected the AP in the list, hit return and lost all connectivity
[9:56] <JakeSays> power cycle fixed that
[9:56] <JakeSays> sure do like having a power switch on my pi
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[9:57] <djazz> now change to dhclient in wicd prefs
[9:57] <djazz> also you need to set WPA key etc before connecting
[9:57] <djazz> P = prefs, C = configure
[9:58] <JakeSays> it lost connectivity again when i selected the ap
[9:58] <JakeSays> should i switch to dhclient before selecting the ap?
[9:58] <djazz> yes
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[10:02] <JakeSays> on my wicd-curses c is connect
[10:02] <JakeSays> not sure what config is
[10:03] <JakeSays> ah right arrow
[10:04] <djazz> ah sry xd
[10:04] <djazz> xD
[10:06] <JakeSays> hmm. i do believe its configured.
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[10:06] <JakeSays> so everything is saved? i dont need to edit some magic conf file?
[10:07] <djazz> nope
[10:08] <djazz> you can comment out wpa stuff and the inet manual line for wlan0 now
[10:08] <djazz> like my interfaces file
[10:08] <JakeSays> i did
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[10:09] <JakeSays> dammit back to bogus ip :(
[10:10] <JakeSays> after reboot
[10:10] <djazz> ow :(
[10:10] <djazz> what does wicd-curses say?
[10:11] <JakeSays> it shows its not connected
[10:12] <djazz> and ifconfig shows bad ip?
[10:12] <djazz> iwconfig show SSID?
[10:13] <djazz> try connect from wicd
[10:13] <JakeSays> i just did - it connected fine
[10:13] <JakeSays> ifconfig shows valid ip
[10:13] <julius> morning
[10:13] <JakeSays> iwconfig shows proper ssid
[10:13] <julius> is there a easy way to emulate a raspberry image on a pc?
[10:14] <julius> found a page using qemu, but rather complicated
[10:14] <JakeSays> julius: qemu is about all there is
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[10:14] <julius> did you try it?
[10:15] <JakeSays> no. i've never needed to emulate a pi
[10:15] <JakeSays> why do you want to?
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[10:16] <julius> one could test code that connects to kodi's json interface
[10:16] <julius> without pushing the changes to the sd card
[10:16] <JakeSays> why couldnt one do that on a pi?
[10:17] <julius> sure you can
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[10:17] <julius> im gonna start like that, lets see where it goes
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[10:17] <JakeSays> i dont see how enulating would be better than the actual device
[10:17] <JakeSays> djazz: odd. works great until i restart
[10:17] <JakeSays> djazz: are you running jessie?
[10:18] <djazz> JakeSays: yeah
[10:18] <djazz> hm
[10:18] <djazz> maybe try run the iwconfig power off command after it has booted
[10:18] <djazz> maybe wicd have post-connect scripts
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[10:19] <djazz> you could try nl80211 instead of wext in wicd prefs
[10:20] <julius> its not better, was just looking for options
[10:20] <JakeSays> djazz: you mean take the power off out of interfaces?
[10:20] <djazz> yea
[10:21] <JakeSays> what does auto wlan0 do?
[10:21] <djazz> idk
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[10:21] <djazz> you can also try stop the dhcpcd service. idk if it will break your ethenet tho
[10:22] <djazz> put output of this on pastebin: sudo systemctl status dhcpcd -l -n100
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[10:23] <JakeSays> ah auto wlan0 causes the interface to start at boot
[10:23] <JakeSays> k just a sec
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[10:29] <JakeSays> djazz: http://pastebin.com/f6ktpJ6P
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[10:44] <JakeSays> djazz: i'm thinking i need to disable wpa_supplicant and/or dhcpcd
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[10:54] <Polymorphin> Hey guys :)
[10:55] <Polymorphin> im new to raspberry and have some questions is there anybody with knowledge who is willed to help me?
[10:55] <Polymorphin> about setup hardware, os, which rapsberry i need
[10:55] <julius> just ask
[10:56] <julius> ...dont make it a question the first google hit would answer
[10:56] <julius> they may burn you for it
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[10:57] <Polymorphin> nono its advanced
[10:58] <Polymorphin> Building a portable intranet with wifi and webserver [Raspberry] i got the idea when i read about piratebox but i want something bigger and with more power so here it is what i want to have / i need
[10:58] <Polymorphin> - keep a wifi hotspot open (Configurable WPA2 / WEP / Open) wide wireless signal strength 50-100m ( / Multiple users can be connected to the network simultaneously without great power terminations
[10:58] <Polymorphin> - Can run even without power supply using a battery (I encountered in my research on this: http://www.amazon.de/dp/B008AISB5A/ref=nosim?tag=raspiups01-21&tag=httpwwwforumr-21)
[10:58] <Polymorphin> - Enough power / ressources has to run parallel to Hotspot + web server + PHP + MySQL + possibly still [TeamSpeak / Mumble / IRC / Jabber] -
[10:58] <Polymorphin> - It should be possible when someone has joined the network get one displayed directly to a specific page when browser invocation Ala Home with further references / links to specific services / pages
[10:58] <Polymorphin> - To make it easy to take anywhere, the whole in an appropriate Case / Cover incl battery (bars, school, university, public places, etc.)
[10:58] <Polymorphin> Which raspberry model should i buy?
[10:58] <Polymorphin> Which wifi stick would be the best for me?
[10:58] <Polymorphin> Which os?
[11:00] <JakeSays> djazz: ah screw this. i can get a cheap wifi router for about $30 and just plug the pi in to one of the the ethernet ports.
[11:00] <JakeSays> djazz: thanks for your help tho
[11:00] <AiGreek> Polymorphin https://www.adafruit.com/products/2380 say thanks to google
[11:00] <djazz> JakeSays: static ip then :)
[11:01] <JakeSays> djazz: with a separate router yeah will do static
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[11:01] <Polymorphin> seperate router does have more weight and needs more power
[11:02] <JakeSays> Polymorphin: separate router will plug in to the wall
[11:02] <Polymorphin> i want to have a portable thing thats why i need a charger
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[11:02] <Polymorphin> like going to bar with my network
[11:02] <Polymorphin> in my pocket
[11:03] <caitlinwarren> Hi! I seem to be having some problem with my RaspberryPi and it's connection over an OpenVPN tunnel. If i'm transferring files from my macmini to the raspi (over VPN), it's fine. if i transfer files from the raspi to the macmini (over VPN), it stalls and fails. i've got a laptop connected to the same network as the pi, and it has none of these issues. any ideas?
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[11:04] <PaowZ_> Hi ! I built my kernel based on raspberry sources but I've no network at all. It seems no eth0 driver is up or something..
[11:04] <PaowZ_> any clue ?
[11:05] <PaowZ_> (on RP2)
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[11:43] <TheRinger> just finished compiling go / influxdb / grafana on pi 2, wow...
[11:44] <TheRinger> type ifup eth0
[11:44] <TheRinger> than might have to type dhclient eth0
[11:45] <TheRinger> you can see if it's showing up by typing ifconfig -a
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[11:57] <PaowZ_> TheRinger: I'm getting "ifup: interface eth0 already configured"
[11:57] <PaowZ_> TheRinger: the thing is, I have no LEDs blinking..
[11:57] <PaowZ_> no link whatever..
[11:57] <TheRinger> type ifconfig -a
[11:57] <TheRinger> what's it say
[11:58] <PaowZ_> eth0 is not listed.. only lo
[11:58] <TheRinger> also paste cat /etc/network/interfaces
[11:59] <PaowZ_> pi@raspberrypi:~$ cat /etc/network/interfaces
[11:59] <PaowZ_> auto lo
[11:59] <PaowZ_> iface lo inet loopback
[11:59] <PaowZ_> auto eth0
[11:59] <PaowZ_> allow-hotplug eth0
[11:59] <PaowZ_> iface eth0 inet manual
[11:59] <PaowZ_> auto wlan0
[11:59] <PaowZ_> allow-hotplug wlan0
[11:59] <PaowZ_> iface wlan0 inet manual
[11:59] <PaowZ_> wpa-conf /etc/wpa_supplicant/wpa_supplicant.conf
[11:59] <PaowZ_> auto wlan1
[11:59] <PaowZ_> allow-hotplug wlan1
[11:59] <PaowZ_> iface wlan1 inet manual
[11:59] <PaowZ_> wpa-conf /etc/wpa_supplicant/wpa_supplicant.conf
[11:59] <PaowZ_> "dmesg | grep eth0" shows not SMSC95xx configuration..
[12:00] <TheRinger> use a pastebin
[12:00] <TheRinger> or something, you going to get kicked for flooding, plus i need to see the indentions
[12:01] <PaowZ_> TheRinger: http://pastebin.com/tEn7TMcS
[12:02] <PaowZ_> I actually used a .config coming from a valid /proc/config.gz. With this .config, I cross-built a kernel, but I've lost PHY initialization in the mean time..
[12:02] <TheRinger> http://paste.ubuntu.com/13926019/
[12:02] <TheRinger> like that
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[12:03] <PaowZ_> was my pastebin content wrong or something ?
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[12:04] <TheRinger> i'd at least try it with the normal settings, then do the hotplug manual thing you are trying
[12:04] <TheRinger> also try typing dmesg |grep eth0
[12:04] <PaowZ_> <PaowZ_> "dmesg | grep eth0" shows no SMSC95xx configuration..
[12:05] <PaowZ_> Like I said, no LED is blinking where I'm supposed to have blink green and orange LEDs
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[12:06] <TheRinger> did you use the driver
[12:06] <PaowZ_> I used a valid .config. The one you can find in /proc/config.gz when you 'dd' a valid raspbian image onto a SDCard
[12:07] <PaowZ_> so I guess, the driver must be there.
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[12:09] <TheRinger> when you compile use "kernel level autoconfiguration" option, CONFIG_IP_PNP.
[12:09] <PaowZ_> TheRinger: I have to go.. I'll be back in a hour and I'll check that config with menuconfig.
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[15:21] <ScrumpyJack> opengl. where do i start?
[15:21] <ScrumpyJack> :)
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[15:22] <AiGreek> With the "o" ^^
[15:22] <Hectate> lol
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[15:22] <ScrumpyJack> :)
[15:22] <Hectate> I was going to suggest google, but felt it was too snarky. I guess not :)
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[15:23] <Hectate> AiGreek: there's some neat samples on my raspberry pi 0 that use openGL and the code is there... I presume they're included with most installs of raspbian. Look them up if you're using them
[15:24] <Hectate> there's a \hello_pi folder if i'm not mistaken
[15:24] <ScrumpyJack> I'm on irc. You'd *think* I would have stumbled upon a search engin on my way in here :)
[15:24] <Hectate> good point; IRC is an old people's club :)
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[15:25] <Hectate> all this text; so retro
[15:25] <TheLostAdmin> Why would I think you know about search engines if you are on IRC? IRC pre-dates search engines by many many years. You could be an old curmudgeon.
[15:25] <meiamsome> OpenGL, aye? on the raspberry pi channel?
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[16:03] <D34dMan> irc taps into things that search engine can't. search engines doesn't search in the ultimate blacknet of human minds...well not yet.
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[16:21] <JohnBje> Hello! I've been using a NAS the last couple of years but it died recently and since its so old I'd rather not repair it but instead find something to replace it with. Would a raspberry pi be a good alternative for me? Looking for something to backup a few small files like some songs/textdocuments and stuff like that, I also want to be able to host things like a homepage and teamspeak server.
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[16:22] <gordonDrogon> Pi will work - but the bottleneck is the single USB interface.
[16:22] <H__> I like the PI a lot, but do not consider it to be a reliable backup device.
[16:22] <gordonDrogon> so if you're running 2 drives mirrored then it will probably be slow at writes.
[16:23] <gordonDrogon> and ethernet goes over that same USB ...
[16:24] <Encrypt> I managed to have 3 MB/s using a Pi 2 as backup system
[16:24] <JohnBje> alright I see, well backup isn't really prio 1, i need to be able to host a homepage with sql/php/javascript etc and a teamspeak server
[16:24] <Encrypt> Good enough :}
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[16:26] <JohnBje> would a raspberry pi 2 model b let me do this?:)
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[16:26] <Encrypt> I think so
[16:27] <Encrypt> JohnBje, BTW, Toxbot > Teamspeak :D
[16:27] <JohnBje> cool, toxbot you say?:p i'll have to check that out
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[16:29] <JohnBje> To this raspberry, I would have to buy a keyboard/mouse right? Use hdmi to connect to a screen? And use a ethernetcable to get it online?
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[16:29] <Encrypt> JohnBje, No, you don't necessarily have to buy that
[16:29] <JohnBje> Also i'd have to buy a micro-sdcard?
[16:30] <Encrypt> Since you'll be using it as a server, no need for a keyboard / mouse / hdmi cable
[16:30] <Encrypt> But yeah, you'll need a microsd card :]
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[16:32] <JohnBje> It runs with linux right? Would be a good opportunity to learn linux then - and easier to manage if I've got it connected to a screen and using keyboard/mouse?
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[16:33] <Encrypt> JohnBje, The best way is to learn it the hard way :D
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[16:33] <Encrypt> Directly connect to it using SSH and administrating it using command line :o)
[16:34] <JohnBje> Encrypt, guess you have a point there, that's definitely something I need to get better at!
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[16:36] <Encrypt> JohnBje, :P
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[16:41] <traeak> anyone try the chromium yet?
[16:41] <traeak> chromiumos i mean
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[16:42] <JohnBje> Encrypt, alright then im off to the shop! thanks alot :D
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[20:51] <ali1234> this should fix it https://goo.gl/photos/WjSG69QGoMAk3Lvq8
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[20:54] <ali1234> just need to do something about the flappy legs now
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[20:59] <AiGreek> http://www.recantha.co.uk/blog/?p=13872 yeaaaah
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[21:21] <simoneb> .... my raspi zero seems not able to work with two xbox controllers and a wifi dongle at the same time attached. interesting!
[21:21] <Hectate> powered hub?
[21:21] <simoneb> no, unpowered
[21:21] <simoneb> that's probably the culprit
[21:21] <Hectate> that's probably the issue I'd assume, yeah
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[21:24] <cidic> has anyone ever used a photocell? I cannot figure out a way to listen for changes without blocking
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[21:24] <ali1234> what type of photocell?
[21:25] <cidic> ali1234: a basic one? https://learn.adafruit.com/basic-resistor-sensor-reading-on-raspberry-pi/basic-photocell-reading
[21:25] <cidic> I have a project that needs to watch the values of multiple photocells at once and I cannot figure out how to do that in python, the example code they give is blocking so I can’t run multiple
[21:26] <simoneb> you need threads or interrupts, probably
[21:26] <ali1234> you'll have to just check each one in turn
[21:26] <simoneb> i don't know if python is capable of either
[21:26] <ali1234> you know how that circuit works?
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[21:26] <cidic> ali1234: roughly
[21:26] <ali1234> it's a very basic form of ADC
[21:26] <cidic> its trying to do the analog to digital trick right?
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[21:27] <cidic> this is the blocking part: while (GPIO.input(RCpin) == GPIO.LOW):
[21:27] <ali1234> it measures how long it takes to charge the capacitor
[21:27] <cidic> the part that gets the reading
[21:27] <ali1234> and from that calvulates the voltage/resistance of the photo-resistor
[21:27] <simoneb> cidic: change that while to an if
[21:27] <cidic> ok that makes sense
[21:27] <simoneb> otherwise it will keep reading as long as it's low
[21:27] <cidic> simoneb: I tried that,
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[21:28] <ali1234> if you want to measure multiple sensors connect each one to a different pin and then call RCtime() on each pin in turn
[21:28] <cidic> their example code does work
[21:28] <simoneb> the if will make it non-blocking but you probably have to loop somewhere else in the code
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[21:28] <ali1234> the code is not blocking
[21:28] <cidic> ali1234: they block eachother in that whole loop I think
[21:28] <ali1234> if you change the while to an if it will return zero every time
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[21:29] <cidic> ali1234: that is what I thought bc you are re-setting it every loop right?
[21:29] <ali1234> yes
[21:29] <ali1234> the code discharges the capacitor through the gpio, and then waits for it to charge up again through the resistor
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[21:30] <ali1234> it blocks for the time taken to make one reading, then returns the reading
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[21:30] <ali1234> there is no way to avoid that, since the pi does not have built in ADC
[21:30] <cidic> I’m trying to make a pinewood derby track / timer for cubscouts here is my current code https://gist.github.com/unstoppablecarl/e8cf484f692a6d2f9e9b
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[21:30] <ali1234> you could however buy a HAT with a proper ADC on it, which would make the task much easier and faster
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[21:31] <cidic> ali1234: what you are describing seems like it should work but be less accurate I cant get it to work at all :(
[21:31] <cidic> for multiples at least
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[21:31] <ali1234> yes, it takes time for the capacitor to charge, this circuit is not suitable for high speed timing
[21:31] <ali1234> you should not use a photo-resistor for this anyway
[21:32] <ali1234> i mean you could if you had a real ADC
[21:32] <cidic> ali1234: what is ADC?
[21:32] <ali1234> analog to digital concerter
[21:32] <methuzla> converter
[21:33] <cidic> ali1234: Im not familiar with ADC how hard is it to setup?
[21:33] <ali1234> you would be better off using something like this instead: https://www.adafruit.com/products/2168
[21:33] <methuzla> an optical switch would work better and wouldn't need ADC
[21:33] <methuzla> yeah, like that
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[21:35] <cidic> thanks for the help guys
[21:38] <Hectate> glhf
[21:39] <methuzla> cidic and you can use rpi.gpio to setup edge detection on the input
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[21:40] <cidic> methuzla: that doesnt’ help me with the analog part though does it?
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[21:41] <methuzla> no, but if you change your switch to an optical one it'll be all digital (see ali1234's link)
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[21:48] <Hectate> I'd like to manufacture a small, simple case/body for my pi0, since I basically have no tools except a dremel and standard hand-tools; any suggested materials to work with?
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[21:49] <methuzla> Hectate how are you going to use your p0?
[21:50] <Hectate> no GPIO for now. doing bare metal programming (so SD slot frequent removal) and the other plugs need to be accessable
[21:51] <ali1234> well
[21:51] <ali1234> you don't need a SD card at all to do bare metal programming on the pi
[21:51] <ali1234> *zero
[21:51] <ali1234> you only need a USB cable
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[21:51] <ali1234> and a reset button
[21:52] <mgottschlag3> Hectate: I once built a case out of multiple thin sheets of cheap wood, with a construction like those laser cutted acryl cases
[21:52] <ali1234> https://github.com/dwelch67/raspberrypi/issues/15
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[21:53] <mgottschlag3> not necessarily nice, but keeps conductive stuff away from the PCB
[21:53] <ali1234> i would just buy a pimoroni case - they are cheap
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[21:55] <ali1234> https://shop.pimoroni.com/products/pibow-zero
[21:57] <Syliss> lol, its more than the pi0
[21:58] <ali1234> its the same price
[21:59] <Hectate> ali1234: yeah I'd seen the boot via USB but the SD thing is working well for me right now
[21:59] <Syliss> coverted to usd 4gpb is about 6usd
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[22:01] <Syliss> they will need to make millions of them
[22:01] <Hectate> I could probably hand-cut something like that pibow case out of thin wood layers
[22:02] <ali1234> Syliss: exchange rate is irrelevant, the zero also costs 4GBP
[22:03] <traeak> heh
[22:03] <Hectate> this looks neat: https://www.etsy.com/listing/257982211/zebra-zero-case-for-raspberry-pi-zero?utm_source=google&utm_medium=cpc&utm_campaign=shopping_us_e-electronics_and_accessories-electronics_cases-other&utm_custom1=937748ee-b4f7-4b9e-9ae4-6ec2fba742e9&gclid=CjwKEAiAhaqzBRDNltaS0pW5mWgSJADd7cYDDoMnANBHSPPoVyQhc5fqG6N6WNK91EF2Akeb-_V_XRoCVajw_wcB
[22:03] <traeak> rpi0, where the peripherals cost more than the system
[22:03] <Hectate> whoah. Sorry about the URL cruft
[22:03] <Hectate> https://www.etsy.com/listing/257982211/zebra-zero-case-for-raspberry-pi-zero
[22:03] <Hectate> there you go
[22:03] <ali1234> wooden case with heatsink, really?
[22:03] <Hectate> heh
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[22:04] <ali1234> but yeah you could do something like that
[22:04] <ali1234> don't bother with the heatsink tho
[22:04] <Hectate> i'll mount a 100mm fan
[22:04] <Hectate> :)
[22:04] <Hectate> Look out for my future post; "Adventures in Liquid Cooled Pi 0"
[22:05] <traeak> MS relaly needs to be pissing themselves. next gen rpi0 should be able to run chromeos no problem, generation after that...
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[22:05] <traeak> anyways
[22:05] <ali1234> no mainstream OS will run without ARMv7
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[22:06] <traeak> next gen rpi0 should be armv7
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[22:07] <ali1234> unlikely since it doesn't use stacked ram
[22:07] <Encrypt> Hectate, It's even neater with the breadboard
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[22:07] <Hectate> Encrypt: eventually, I'll do that too
[22:08] <Syliss> at least the pi0 has more ram than the first gen pi, which is what i have
[22:08] <Encrypt> Hectate, Have you seen the "extension" to that case?
[22:08] <Hectate> the pi0 has more everything than my first PC... except physical volume :)
[22:08] <Hectate> Encrypt: no, which case?
[22:08] <Encrypt> Hectate, http://c4labs.net/products/zebra-zero-plus-for-raspberry-pi-zero-wood
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[22:09] <ali1234> a pi 2 model A with ARMv7 and 1GB is more likely than a zero version
[22:09] <ali1234> unless they do yet another new chip
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[22:10] <Hectate> Encrypt: interesting.
[22:10] <ali1234> oh and btw: the videocore can't use more than 1GB either
[22:10] <ali1234> so 2GB RAM is very unlikely indeed
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[22:12] <Hectate> I just had a thought; the four corner holes are non-conductive right? Metal bolts would be fine... right?
[22:12] <Encrypt> Yes
[22:13] <Hectate> it wouldn't make sense any other way but it was worth checking
[22:13] <ali1234> normally mounting holes are grounded
[22:14] <ali1234> but these aren't
[22:14] <ali1234> it wouldn't really matter either way
[22:15] <ali1234> interestingly the LCD board has one mounting hole plated, the other three not
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[22:15] <traeak> i was just wondering if something like the current rpi2 soc might end up in the rpi0
[22:15] <traeak> rpi3 you would hope would be arm53 or something
[22:15] <traeak> armv8
[22:15] <Hectate> ARM9000!
[22:15] <Hectate> lol
[22:16] <ali1234> as i said it might end up in a model A refresh, but probably not in a zero since it doesn't support stacked ram, which means the board has to be bigger or double sided
[22:16] <Encrypt> As far as I'm concerned, the RPi 2 is far enough powerful for my needs
[22:16] <Encrypt> I see no point of doing an even more powerful RPi
[22:16] <traeak> maybe run out of rpi2 soc parts
[22:16] <traeak> new manuf even lower power
[22:16] <traeak> regardless that's future
[22:17] <Hectate> i was just thinking that the foundation presumably is not interested in the traditional "progress" of regular releases that upgrade features or add "power" to a unit
[22:17] <traeak> i'm not a hardware guy mysel, just a asoftware one even though my major was EE...i moved into physics processing
[22:17] <traeak> add power? reduce power :-p
[22:17] <Hectate> considering their goal is computing to the masses - for education none the less - they'd be more interested in things that make it easier to reach that
[22:17] <Hectate> traeak: computing power, sorry
[22:18] <traeak> yeah, rpi2 soc availability probably isn't infinite
[22:18] <traeak> any disruption of the computer industry is good
[22:18] <ali1234> long term the new soc has more of a future
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[22:19] <traeak> and drives any interesting competition as well
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[22:22] <Hectate> soc = service on chip?
[22:22] <Sculptor> system on chip
[22:22] <Hectate> oh lol
[22:22] <Hectate> not sure where i got service from. probably Software-As-A-Service
[22:22] <Sculptor> i did not get a raspi till they released version 2
[22:22] <Hectate> the zero is my first :)
[22:23] <Hectate> but ive been watching them for a while
[22:23] <Hectate> the price was right
[22:23] <Sculptor> raspi2 is ok. have no experence with previous versions
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[22:25] <traeak> i had a release day rpi but it was unstable for what i did so i sold it to someone else
[22:25] <traeak> now i have an rpi2 courtesy of microcenter
[22:25] <traeak> but i do need to force myself to workon projects instead of goofing off
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[22:27] <Sculptor> i had fun with it for 2-3 days. hooked up a oled display to it and wrote a driver in python. made it run python code on boot. that was it
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[22:30] <Sculptor> it worked, but my idea of cyclocomputer display design backfired. too much info
[22:31] <Sculptor> i wouldn't use raspi as a cyclocomputer
[22:31] <Sculptor> that'd be a huge overkill
[22:34] <Hectate> anyone doing anything for Ludum Dare?
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[22:38] <Sculptor> here https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-b_MP-eyDpw4/VmtBI4_Oe8I/AAAAAAAAADk/qjPUoFoA8SM/w530-h398-p-rw/11.12.15.%2B-%2B1
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[22:43] <Jimmy_Tango> hey ya'll!
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[22:54] <Hectate> later
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[23:42] <bret> anyone recomend information on building raspberry pi clustering
[23:42] <bret> err clusters*
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[23:45] <furkan> does anybody know the highest h264 bit rate that the rpi can handle? i get various glitches/artifacts when i go above ~6Mbps
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[23:51] <furkan> i tried overclocking (switching from 700MHz to 1000MHz turbo), which raises the core clock from 250 to 500MHz (i don't know if that would make any difference for the GPU), but i get a kernel panic so maybe my SD card doesn't take too kindly to overclocking
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[23:53] <hinv> try 900MHz
[23:53] <hinv> furkan, are you using a Pi B+?
[23:54] <furkan> hinv: no, a Pi B
[23:54] <hinv> mine aren't stable at 1000MHz either
[23:54] <hinv> not likely a sdcard problem
[23:54] <furkan> and i also have an rpi2 but it seems to be limited in the same way w/ regards to bit rate
[23:55] <furkan> would be nice to have some reference table or something, for recommended h264 parameters
[23:55] <furkan> i'm streaming from a network camera
[23:56] <hinv> to what?
[23:57] <Encrypt> bret, MPI :)
[23:57] <Encrypt> And please God, do not even download Hadoop.
[23:58] <bret> hadoop seems like a royal hassle, as cool as the things it can do

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