#raspberrypi IRC Log


IRC Log for 2015-12-25

Timestamps are in GMT/BST.

[0:00] <Lyka> i commented out all the ignore lines
[0:00] <Lyka> did not work
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[0:01] <nhooyr> which heatsink should I go with. http://imgur.com/1iLiaol The one with that has longer more thick pins or the one that was shorter but more pins?
[0:01] <ThePendulum> isn't it mostly about surface area?
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[0:02] <RaspiGuy> hello
[0:02] <ThePendulum> 'lo
[0:02] <RaspiGuy> How can I run Raspbian Wheezy on Windows?
[0:02] <ThePendulum> what?
[0:02] <nhooyr> so I should measure each and figure out the SA?
[0:03] <nhooyr> RaspiGuy: it only runs on your RPI lol
[0:03] <RaspiGuy> I am following this tutorial: http://cubik-tech.blogspot.ca/2013/02/raspberry-pi-emulation-on-windows.html
[0:03] <ThePendulum> nhooyr: you could do that, although I'd imagine the thicker one wins either way
[0:03] <ThePendulum> nhooyr: however, I imagine it won't allow you to build it in a case of any kind
[0:03] <nhooyr> it came with my case
[0:03] <nhooyr> the other more thin one didn't
[0:04] <nhooyr> http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/0569/7173/products/MG_0857_grande.jpg?v=1443460730 seee
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[0:05] <H__> pretty case
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[0:06] <D34dMan> nhooyr: you mean "fins" (instead of pins" right?)
[0:07] <ThePendulum> damn that is a hot case
[0:08] <ThePendulum> I'm considering to get a Pi 2
[0:08] <D34dMan> ThePendulum: you don't have a pi?
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[0:09] <ThePendulum> D34dMan: I have an original Pi B
[0:09] <ThePendulum> I want to get the v2
[0:09] <D34dMan> oh ok :)
[0:09] <ThePendulum> I'd have to look into a performance comparison though
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[0:11] <wsmoak> I'm trying to install erlang on a raspberry pi, following https://www.erlang-solutions.com/resources/download.html
[0:12] <wsmoak> something popped up (that I did not pay enough attention to) and said a setting was missing and defaulted to 'squeeze'
[0:12] <RaspiGuy> Hello I am trying to run Raspbain Wheezy in QEMU for Windows by following this tutorial: http://cubik-tech.blogspot.ca/2013/02/raspberry-pi-emulation-on-windows.html
[0:12] <ThePendulum> jesus 40eu for the model B
[0:13] <wsmoak> now `sudo apt-get update` is complaining that it failed to fetch ... binaries.erlang-solutions.com/debian/dists/squeeze/Release
[0:13] <wsmoak> I gather I should have typed "wheezy" when that popped up... do you know where/what I can edit to fix it?
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[0:16] <RaspiGuy> Instead of getting to the Pi boot part fsck is failing with an error code 6. "Checking file systems... fsck from util-linux 2.20.1. open: No such file or directory. dosfsck 3.0.13, 30 Jun 2012, FAT32, LFN. fsck died with exit status 6. failed (code 6). [....] File system check failed. A log is being saved in /var/log/fsck/checkfs i. [FAILt location is writable. Please repair the file system manually. ... failed!. [warnnd resume
[0:17] <RaspiGuy> root account is locked, starting shell. root@raspberrypi:~#"
[0:17] <RaspiGuy> In the quotes is what I am getting in the shell.
[0:17] <RaspiGuy> How can I fix this problem?
[0:17] <RaspiGuy> I am running QEMU in Windows 8.1 64-bit.
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[0:18] <RaspiGuy> Using Raspbian Wheezy 2015 05 05. Using QEMU 2.4.0 for windows.
[0:19] <creazur> RaspiGuy: Why are you emulating Raspbian?
[0:19] <ThePendulum> https://www.kiwi-electronics.nl/raspberry-pi/gpio-accessoires/raspberry-pi-gpio-kabels/GPIO-kabel-met-26-pin-header-connector-en-gelabelde-contacten-male
[0:19] <RaspiGuy> creazur: I need to compile a program. I would use my Pi but it doesn't have enough space.
[0:19] <ThePendulum> wish I could find one for the 40 pin :/
[0:19] <ThePendulum> the one they have has a solid bar on the other side as well
[0:19] <ThePendulum> https://www.kiwi-electronics.nl/raspberry-pi/gpio-accessoires/raspberry-pi-gpio-kabels/40-pins-regenboog-gpio-kabel-10cm
[0:20] <RaspiGuy> creazur: So I am using my PC since it has enough space. I am trying to compile a SDL2 and C++ program to run on Raspbian Linux. I am planning on using the CodeBlocks IDE which is in the Pi Store. .
[0:20] <creazur> RaspiGuy: That explains :D I couldn't figure out any reasonable reason to emulate Raspbian on my own
[0:21] <nhooyr> D34dMan: really they are called fins? i didnt know
[0:21] <RaspiGuy> creazur: :D
[0:21] <RaspiGuy> Does anyone know how I can solve this problem?
[0:21] <nhooyr> ThePendulum: yea but its really annoying to assemble. thats about the only downside
[0:21] <creazur> But as the Raspbian runs on debian, shouldn't you be able to compile it in other enviroments?
[0:21] <RaspiGuy> creazur: Like debian?
[0:22] <creazur> Yeah, like in clean debian
[0:22] <ThePendulum> nhooyr: assemble?
[0:22] <ThePendulum> nhooyr: OH
[0:22] <nhooyr> ThePendulum: it comes in pieces
[0:22] <nhooyr> lots of pieces
[0:22] <RaspiGuy> creazur: That I was thinking of trying next
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[0:22] <nhooyr> and the protective sheets on all of them is really hard to take off
[0:22] <ThePendulum> nhooyr: oh, the case?
[0:22] <nhooyr> yea
[0:22] <ThePendulum> nhooyr: I thought you were talking about the wires for a minute
[0:22] <nhooyr> lmao
[0:22] <ThePendulum> wondering why the hell they'd ship a ribbon wire in pieces
[0:23] <ThePendulum> that'd be some bullshit
[0:23] <nhooyr> LOL
[0:23] <creazur> RaspiGuy: It should work just fine and it should be easier to emulate clean Debian instead of Raspbian
[0:24] <RaspiGuy> creazur: Alright, thanks I will try clean debian. Do you know where I can get a debian image?
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[0:25] <creazur> RaspiGuy: https://www.debian.org/distrib/
[0:26] <RaspiGuy> creazur: Just started downloading the live version
[0:26] <RaspiGuy> :)
[0:27] <Lyka> maybe i should switch from jessie to wheezy
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[0:27] <Lyka> maybe that will "fix" it
[0:27] <ThePendulum> hmm they have 1.004 level shifters on stock here
[0:27] <ThePendulum> I guess they have a spare pin laying around or something
[0:29] <creazur> RaspiGuy: Hopefully that will bypass the problem, couldn't figure out from the error message that what would be the problem
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[0:35] <creazur> BTW, has anyone tried to make Raspberry 2 into a guitar effect with USB sound card? I'm wondering if it could be tweaked to run Guitarix and possibly Rakarrack so that the latency would stay as minimum as possible, preferrably under 10ms
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[0:44] <Rickmasta> I figured it out, guys!
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[0:49] <ThePendulum> I GOT A FLASH
[0:49] <ThePendulum> one LED on the matrix flashed
[0:49] <ThePendulum> nice
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[0:50] <ThePendulum> so it's powered, and it's indeed the data not coming through
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[0:59] <ThePendulum> I just got the entire matrix to flicker and I have -no- idea how, can't reproduce it
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[1:01] <mlelstv> what matrix?
[1:02] <ThePendulum> I got a matrix of LEDs here (in serial though)
[1:02] <ThePendulum> they're not responding for some reason
[1:02] <ThePendulum> but now I'm getting some life out of it
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[1:05] <mlelstv> yes, what kind of matrix is that?
[1:06] <ThePendulum> nothing fancy, just a long strand of WS2811 RGB LEDs laid out in a matrix
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[1:07] <mlelstv> http://ftp.netbsd.org/pub/NetBSD/misc/mlelstv/unicornhat.jpg
[1:08] <ThePendulum> nice
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[1:08] <mlelstv> the Pimoroni unicorn hat is also a WS2811 chain laid out in a matrix
[1:08] <ThePendulum> yeah, seems pretty similar
[1:08] <ThePendulum> just 1/4th the size
[1:09] <mlelstv> it's connected to a PWM channel (same as audio).
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[1:10] <ThePendulum> I got it hooked up the GPIO24 on the 18th pin
[1:11] <mlelstv> then you must generate the signal in software.
[1:11] <ThePendulum> I am
[1:12] <ThePendulum> it flashes whenever I connect the power, then goes off again
[1:12] <mlelstv> that's a bit difficult to get reliable
[1:12] <ThePendulum> I'm using the strandtest python file that came with the ws281x library
[1:12] <ThePendulum> I ordered 2 level shifters, I hope those can resolve the situation
[1:13] <Anaxyn> Merry Christmas everybody! \o/
[1:14] <ThePendulum> same ^_^
[1:14] <mlelstv> .oO( and a merry Anaxyn ... )
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[1:15] <Xenthys> Anaxyn just did a broadcast ^_^
[1:15] <Xenthys> Merry Christmas too anyway o/
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[1:15] <mlelstv> no idea what the strandtest does
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[1:19] <ThePendulum> mlelstv: should run a test animation
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[1:28] <mlelstv> according to the datasheet, this requires a level shifter. "high" is > 0.7 * Vdd. With Vdd = 5V, that's 3.5V.
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[1:46] <irc_smirk> hi
[1:47] <rot13_cravf> Hello, could someone please help me figure out the right settings for the following network setup? I've got my laptop, my RPi, and a home router with internet access: http://pastebin.com/567zS6qT
[1:51] <mlelstv> if these are the settings, they are correct.
[1:53] <mlelstv> but I wouldn't configure the default gateway on the laptop to be ethernet
[1:54] <irc_smirk> rpi connected to laptop?
[1:55] <irc_smirk> why would you do that. just curious
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[1:58] <rot13_cravf> I store all of my music, films, television, etc. to stream to devices in the house. laptop is connected to the pi for fooabar2000 on the laptop to stream music/transfer large files
[1:58] <rot13_cravf> it was working pretty nicely until I did a distro hop - can't remember the exact config that worked
[1:58] <rot13_cravf> it's driving me nuts :P
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[1:59] <rot13_cravf> oh, I should say - my laptop is really a desktop because I don't move it and it's in one spot
[2:00] <rot13_cravf> pi is always plugged into it and it doesn't move either
[2:01] <mlelstv> so why is there a default route to on the laptop ?
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[2:02] <rot13_cravf> does it affect the wireless interface
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[2:21] <mlelstv> I can only guess that this route is distributed via ICMP and the RPI changes its default route to it.
[2:24] <irc_smirk> anyone intersted in a bot in here that monitors if pi zero in stock?
[2:24] <ozzzy> not I
[2:24] <irc_smirk> ill make one
[2:24] <mlelstv> sleep
[2:25] <irc_smirk> bots are fun
[2:28] <irc_smirk> mag pi mag 41 is out https://www.raspberrypi.org/magpi-issues/MagPi41.pdf
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[2:37] <irc_smirk> oh nice node-red is included in jassie
[2:37] * Xark might subscribe if next issue comes with a free RPi2 taped to cover. :)
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[2:41] <Ispira> took me DAYS
[2:41] <Ispira> http://i.imgur.com/rr9LhQi.png
[2:41] <Ispira> But I finally got arm compilation set up
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[2:44] <Jfault> hey people! so I want to make a media center with my pi... however, I want to keep my current raspbian install on it... are there any big advantages to using OSMC/OpenELEC vs Raspbian for Kodi
[2:44] <Jfault> ?
[2:45] <Ispira> I'd assume they're just better set up for it out of the box
[2:45] <Ispira> probably keep stuff out that isn't needed
[2:45] <Ispira> and I think they come with custom interfaces, don't they?
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[3:20] <irc_smirk> nice guid for beginners like me on command line https://www.raspberrypi.org/magpi-issues/Essentials_Bash_v1.pdf
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[4:23] <snowkidind> anyone using raspicam also happy hoho's
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[4:24] <DANtheBEASTman> you guys are familiar with the magic mirror? anybody know if that would work with a projector instead of an lcd screen?
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[4:25] <irc_smirk> yes probably
[4:26] <irc_smirk> you will need rear projection film strip or whatever its called
[4:26] <irc_smirk> this stuff http://multimedia.3m.com/mws/media/531798O/rear-projection-displays.pdf
[4:26] <irc_smirk> if you google around you can find an offer for free samples. i got some 1 or 2 years ago
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[4:27] <irc_smirk> not sure how it would work with 2 sided mirror . it supposed to work on glass
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[4:27] <irc_smirk> here is example https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fFcpg5A8AhQ
[4:28] <irc_smirk> the problem you may have is the projector has to be a way back to show the image large
[4:28] <irc_smirk> it does work cool with shapes https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-NM2CPKmZfM
[4:30] <DANtheBEASTman> i have this idea to put a mirror above my bed that doubles as a tv..
[4:31] <DANtheBEASTman> looks like good info, thanks irc_smirk
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[4:31] <irc_smirk> thats a cool idea but the project has to be behind the mirror so you would have to have a high ceiling
[4:32] <DANtheBEASTman> yeah that'll be the tricky part..
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[4:32] <irc_smirk> or something something mirros
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[6:56] <vmonteco> Hello! Anyone using his Rpi for self hosting purpose?
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[7:07] <danieli> vmonteco: they're not servers, so I prefer to stick to actual server hardware.. I do keep up servers on RPis though - why?
[7:10] <vmonteco> danieli: I sometimes need almost 17 seconds to reach a self hosted page and I wondered if someone else had the same result sometimes. :X (it sometimes takes less than one second though)
[7:11] <danieli> bandwidth bottleneck?
[7:11] <danieli> which httpd?
[7:12] <vmonteco> I use apache2.4+docker+apache2.4 inside the containers
[7:12] <vmonteco> on archARM
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[7:13] <irc_smirk> pi 2?
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[7:15] <vmonteco> irc_smirk: I don't even know, this one has 4 USB ports and a microSD port
[7:15] <vmonteco> I don't remember its model :X
[7:20] <irc_smirk> well ive had the same exp . are you doing this off the sd drive?
[7:21] <vmonteco> irc_smirk: Hmm. No indeed, I have an external HDD
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[7:22] <irc_smirk> 17 sec on just an html page
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[7:24] <vmonteco> irc_smirk: Sometimes. Now I tried it's something like 1~2 sec.
[7:24] <irc_smirk> what else is running on it?
[7:24] <irc_smirk> id just try a new sd card to be honest
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[7:24] <irc_smirk> im doing this myself and i havnet figured out all the optimzations
[7:25] <vmonteco> irc_smirk: It's like it's sleeping and it needs time to wake up, but when it's awake it seems better.
[7:25] <irc_smirk> what server?
[7:25] <irc_smirk> apache?
[7:25] <Ispira> Merry Christmas
[7:25] <irc_smirk> merry christmas!
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[7:25] <vmonteco> Ispira: Merry christmas!
[7:25] <danieli> irc_smirk: read up, yes, apache2.4
[7:25] <vmonteco> irc_smirk: Yes, 2.4
[7:26] <vmonteco> It runs a cups server, a httpd server, a docker daemon and two containers
[7:26] <vmonteco> or something like that
[7:26] <irc_smirk> yes im not to experienced on this. try googling around for other exp. my whole point with pi 2 right now is to run docker and run self hosted apps
[7:26] <irc_smirk> hrm
[7:27] <irc_smirk> i wonder what happens if you try this one https://github.com/hypriot/rpi-nano-httpd
[7:27] <vmonteco> irc_smirk: As a non native speaker I may have misunderstood. Are you trying to install docker on your rpi?
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[7:28] <irc_smirk> no i have docker on it already. what i mean is that is why im using the docker now. to self host docker apps
[7:29] <vmonteco> I'll check this, but I'm just curious : what docker version are you using? I had troubles to install it.
[7:29] <irc_smirk> im using the hypriot image
[7:30] <irc_smirk> http://blog.hypriot.com/downloads/
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[7:31] <vmonteco> irc_smirk: I'm still on 1.7.1, last releases didn't run on my Rpi. :/ I'll keep this address in mind!
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[7:39] <PokerGod> anyone using osmc? I get 'update available' but you can't click it. How do you force upgrade?
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[7:57] <nhooyr> i have a fairly big Alfa wifi adapter connected to my rpi. it tilts back a bit when I connect it, very slightly but its there. is it safe to use or will it cause some damage?
[7:59] <nhooyr> setup looks like this http://imgur.com/q6BQlAY
[7:59] <nhooyr> the giant thing behind the pi is the wifi adapter lol
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[8:30] <vmonteco> facebook.com
[8:31] <vmonteco> Oops sorry :X
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[9:17] <Berry> Just installed my RaspberryPi and now figuring out on how to succesfully VNC to in on display :0
[9:18] <Berry> when connecting to display :1 and auto-starting a GUI application it will start twice
[9:18] <ShorTie> ?me Thinkz, x11vnc
[9:18] * ShorTie Thinkz, x11vnc
[9:19] <Berry> dirty workaround would be killing the application just after starting on the 0: session
[9:20] <ShorTie> want a quicky howto ??
[9:20] <Berry> with X11vnc i had the same problem when autostarting VNC i couldn;t connect to :0 as this gave a grey X screen and no desktop
[9:20] <Berry> this is what i have done
[9:21] <ShorTie> sounds more like you where doing it as root and not a user to me
[9:21] <Berry> i am doing this a pi
[9:21] <Berry> user
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[9:22] <Berry> http://virtual.berrydejager.com/getting-tightvncserver-started-on-boot/
[9:23] <Berry> http://virtual.berrydejager.com/autostart-a-application-on-raspbian/
[9:23] <Berry> when i do it like this
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[9:23] <Berry> Hexchat is started twice
[9:23] <Berry> once on :0
[9:23] <Berry> and once on :1
[9:24] <ShorTie> http://pastebin.com/qQ1mh5SL
[9:24] <ShorTie> do the whole sudo dd .. EOF in 1 paste/time
[9:26] <Berry> why is that DD part in there?
[9:26] <ShorTie> it ceates a file and puts the contents in it
[9:26] <Berry> i see
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[9:27] <Berry> i will give it a go on another pi...
[9:28] <Berry> i will report back
[9:28] <ShorTie> �k�� ��K��
[9:28] <Berry> thanks for the quick help on this n00b question
[9:28] <ShorTie> No Problem
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[10:04] <Ub3r> Flynnn; you can't be the grinch sorry
[10:04] <Flynnn> Ub3r: hahaha
[10:05] <Flynnn> Ub3r: yeah, I'm realizing now that everyone on all the channels I'm in saw that little charade
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[10:06] <Ub3r> Flynnn; lol
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[10:26] <dudi879> Hi guys, I bought a few days ago RPi 2 B. I've installed on my SD card Raspbian and Raspbian Jessie Lite 3 times with dd and it doesn't boot - I can see only red PWR light. All keyboards, HDMI were detached while running. I'm pretty sure that installing system is OK. Is there possibility, that it's something other than wrong SD card? How can i check it? I don't wanna buy new one
[10:28] <creazur> dudi879: http://elinux.org/RPi_SD_cards You can check your card in that site
[10:29] <creazur> Might be that your card is fine, not just compatible with Raspbian
[10:29] <creazur> *Raspberry
[10:30] <dudi879> Yea, I mean that. My card is on that list
[10:31] <dudi879> Goodram 16gb SDHC
[10:31] <creazur> Do you get any signal from RPi to screen?
[10:31] <dudi879> No, i can't see anything on the screen
[10:32] <creazur> I reckon to keep HDMI and KB connected whilst booting for first time
[10:32] <dudi879> I tried that too in the first time
[10:32] <dudi879> Maybe NOOBS will work?
[10:33] <mlelstv> dudi, when you can write the sd card with dd you can also check it with fdisk and mount the filesystems.
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[10:35] <dudi879> Everything seems good on the card
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[10:38] <pigrit> santa did not deliver the tft screen for xmas after all, the lazy brass stud
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[10:47] <pigrit> next time I'm asking amazon
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[11:40] <Li> where can I buy a cheaper raspberrypi?
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[11:43] <pigrit> than what
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[11:51] <MY123> Li: the Pi0 is the cheapest
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[11:55] <Swensson> Hey guys... Im planning of making a quadcopter with an rpi. I want to control my motors (via esc) and use a xbox controller to control it. Im not really sure, but I only need this, right? http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/__26848__Kingduino_XBee_PRO_Shield_for_Wireless_Module.html ... And is a flightcontroller nessesary? And do you have any to recommend? I don't have a big
[11:55] <Swensson> budget so a cheaper one would be nice
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[11:58] * ShorTie Thinkz, buy 1 already made http://www.hobbytron.com/X1BeeGYRO24GHzElectricRTF4CHQuadcopter.html
[12:02] <Swensson> Mine loooks a bit cooloer imo... http://oi65.tinypic.com/2hp5ee8.jpg =D
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[12:03] <ShorTie> ya, looks nifty
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[12:23] <psiklops> Good morning
[12:24] <psiklops> What files do i need to edit to "disable" off the Text that appears on shutdown ?
[12:24] <psiklops> -off
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[12:25] <psiklops> ^console output
[12:25] <chesty> i don't know, but i have a feeling you'll have to add a screen on top of the text to hide it
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[12:27] <exobuzz> systemd should respect the kernel "quiet" parameter on shutdown (if using jessie)
[12:28] <psiklops> exobuzz, i am using Wheezy
[12:29] <psiklops> but thanx for the hint
[12:29] <psiklops> i'll look into it
[12:29] <exobuzz> still worth a try
[12:29] <exobuzz> adding quiet to /boot/cmdline.txt or so
[12:29] <exobuzz> (and removing any verbose parameters)
[12:30] <psiklops> ok :-)
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[12:31] <t3chguy> Swensson: why would you *ONLY* need an XBEE Adapter for *ARDUINO*
[12:31] <t3chguy> the adapter does nothing apart from connecting the XBEE breakout headers to the right pins on the arduino
[12:31] <Swensson> t3chguy, Idk. That's why I asked. Becuase Im really not sure and I don't want to order something that wont work ;D
[12:32] <t3chguy> Swensson: if you want to interface with an Xbox controller you'll probably just need the Official Microsoft Wireless Pad receiver
[12:32] <t3chguy> and some Linux drivers for it
[12:33] <t3chguy> and you don't need a flight controller if you are planning on using the Pi as your flight controller, else, you do
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[12:33] <Swensson> T3chguy, oh I thougt that was a terrible Ideá. :O .... Yeah I use xboxdrv atm for the driver
[12:33] <t3chguy> it will be range-wise
[12:33] <t3chguy> otherwise you'll need a base relay, in the form of an arduino or rpi or something
[12:34] <t3chguy> something that'll capture the Xbox controller input and send it over RF24 or XBEE
[12:34] <Swensson> Yeah that's sounds good. That's what im trying to do ;P
[12:34] <t3chguy> I recommend nrf24l01+ modules
[12:34] <t3chguy> they're very cheap and can achieve distances of up to 1km
[12:37] <Swensson> Okey, but then I'd need 2 raspberrys or something? One for reciving and one for sending?
[12:38] <t3chguy> well yes
[12:38] <t3chguy> unless you strip the inside of the xbox controller
[12:38] <t3chguy> and retrofit it with a better transmitter
[12:38] <t3chguy> but I don't expect the range of the xbox controller to be much more than 10m
[12:39] <Swensson> I guess I have to get an better transmitter for the controller aswell yes :P
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[12:41] <ShorTie> the you got the gyro's and stuff
[12:41] <Swensson> I don't have anything like that
[12:42] <ShorTie> what kind of batteries you gonna use ??
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[12:42] <ShorTie> oh you have got to have those
[12:42] <Swensson> 2200mAH 3s-1p 11.1v Lipo battery
[12:42] <ShorTie> only thing that makes you able to fly it, lol.
[12:43] <ShorTie> nice C rating on them ??
[12:43] <Swensson> ?
[12:44] <ShorTie> it's the rate at which you can put current into or pull out of a battery
[12:44] <Swensson> oh, high discharge it sais on it... but I don't have any clue
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[12:46] <ShorTie> i wonder about the leverage arm of the motor not being connected to the center and how much turque that will intro duce .. :/~
[12:47] <ShorTie> i thought you normally built from a X
[12:48] <Swensson> Is that nessesary? :O wont a H work? :P
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[12:49] <ShorTie> oh i'm not sure, but i wonder about the above
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[12:50] <Swensson> im not really sure Im following you. But the leverage from 0 to max can be done under 4sec so far.. Way to slow atm, but when I used adrupilot software it went to max within 1sec so I guess it's something wrong with my code aswell ;P
[12:51] <ShorTie> i got 3 of those x1 bee's, they are fun to fly, just have to remember to drop it on the floor fast enough after turnning it on, lol.
[12:53] <ShorTie> gotta setup the gyro's right is way
[12:54] <Swensson> I did try a quad yesterday for the first time... Really fun to fly... ;D
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[12:56] <ShorTie> kids and i play comocausey bee's and try to crash into 1 another, hehe.
[12:56] <ShorTie> think we have torn up like 1 prop so far, lol.
[12:56] <Swensson> If your made of money that really sounds fun ;P
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[13:00] <ShorTie> not more then just the pi
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[13:10] <pigrit> pointers for developing a fullscreen touchscreen gui for the pi - python ? pygame ?
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[13:31] <afl_ext> Hello, my NoIR camera started to only produce green images, is that ok?
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[14:01] <wsmoak> is it still possible to control the leds on a raspberry pi 2 model B by writing to /sys/class/leds/led0/trigger and /brightness?
[14:02] <wsmoak> I'm getting 'cannot create directory' and 'operation not permitted' trying to create the /led0/ directory there
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[14:02] <wsmoak> logged in as pi with `sudo mkdir /sys/class/leds/led0`
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[14:24] <wsmoak> success! on a RPI2B purchased from Adafruit, the green led is controlled by /sys/class/leds/ACT/trigger & /brightness (which are symlinked elsewhere) and were only writeable by root. making the files writeable and using the correct path fixed it.
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[14:45] <hypermist> I just got a massive sudden wave of i want to build my own case
[14:45] <hypermist> xD
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[14:57] <hypermist> Im guessing it would require a few tools to make a custom case ?
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[15:11] <frerich> Hi all - my wife got me Raspberry Pi for christmas (yay) plus most (all?) of the stuff needed to build your own ambilight. Good times! I'm making my first baby steps now - I got the Pi up and running and use it without any screen or keyboard (or LAN cable).
[15:12] <frerich> I.e. I ssh in from my Mac and use X11 forwarding.
[15:12] <ozzzy> what's an ambilight
[15:12] <frerich> ozzzy: It's apparently a term coined by Philips for their TV sets: it's a dozen LEDs at the back of your TV which illuminates the back wall depending on the picture.
[15:13] <ozzzy> how annoying would THAT be
[15:13] <frerich> ozzzy: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SAje-hyq-6U has some pretty pictures.
[15:15] <frerich> Just wondering whether anybody here is familiar with this project, or using USB video grabbers using the Fushicai chipset with the Pi. I seem to have it all hooked up and the relevant kernel modules are loaded. Alas, mplayer only shows a black image.
[15:16] <hypermist> hehe frerich i literally just seen an amblight tutorial
[15:16] <hypermist> Whilist browsing some un important thingsxD
[15:16] <frerich> :-)
[15:18] <ozzzy> didn't your mother tell you that watching TV in the dark is bad for your eyes
[15:18] <frerich> ozzzy: I don't think she did, because she didn't have a TV :-]
[15:19] <Encrypt> <frerich> I.e. I ssh in from my Mac and use X11 forwarding. // X11 forwarding (<.<)
[15:19] <Encrypt> Command line should be enough I guess
[15:20] <frerich> Encrypt: Sure. The only reason I even use X11 forwarding is specifically to test whether mplayer can read the video signal from the USB video grabber.
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[15:20] <Encrypt> Ok :p
[15:21] <hypermist> ozzzy, im currently sitting infront of a tv for a pc screen
[15:21] <hypermist> with blue led's lighting up my whole room :D
[15:21] <hypermist> well RGB :D
[15:22] <ozzzy> do you have Son of Zonk on the wall and progressive rock playing
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[15:26] <hypermist> nope
[15:27] <ozzzy> my house is completely illuminated by LEDs
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[15:28] <hypermist> my bedroom is lit up by 5m of led
[15:28] <hypermist> xD
[15:28] <hypermist> I just wanted to create a custom case/pi
[15:28] <hypermist> xD
[15:28] <hypermist> Like something fancy smancy pi clone
[15:28] <hypermist> Lel
[15:29] <ozzzy> I buy LED bulbs that screw into regular luminaires
[15:29] <hypermist> LED bulbs are 15$ i think each
[15:29] <ozzzy> TSC had them on sale for .99 each
[15:29] <ozzzy> I bought 50
[15:30] <hypermist> Nothing is on special here like that haha
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[15:37] <hypermist> I just really want a custom pi case
[15:37] <hypermist> :(
[15:37] <hypermist> that i dont have to spend tonnes on
[15:37] <hypermist> xD
[15:38] <ozzzy> I think I paid $4 for mine
[15:39] <hypermist> Well i want a sort of case made my Slice's case
[15:39] <hypermist> But with Arcliyic
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[15:40] <hypermist> Let me fix that first sentenance
[15:40] <hypermist> i think i failed)
[15:41] <hypermist> Anyway Well i sort of want my case made like slices' case but with arcliyic or some black material sort of thing
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[16:25] <bitanarchy> Is rapberry pi planning to create a usb computer with display and button?
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[16:27] <SpeedEvil> what?
[16:28] <Lyka> is it normal to be able to play nethack on a 53x20 screen?
[16:28] <GentileBen> what?
[16:29] <Lyka> i can't find what the actual minimum nethack terminal size is
[16:29] <SpeedEvil> Lyka: I think that is just below the hard limit
[16:29] <SpeedEvil> I think 70*18 works, but it's been a while
[16:29] <Lyka> 53x20 appears to pay
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[16:29] <SpeedEvil> What font are you using?
[16:29] <Lyka> *play
[16:29] <Lyka> terminus 6x12
[16:30] <Lyka> 320x240 screen
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[16:30] <SpeedEvil> Find a 5x9 font
[16:31] <Lyka> that exists?
[16:32] <Lyka> or are you just making up that number?
[16:33] * Lyka has no idea how she will be able to read 5x9 on a 2.2" display...
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[16:40] <normalra> hm, just noticed rpi kernel has two watchdog modules. bcm2835_wdt and bcm2708_wdog. choices, choices...
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[16:44] <Lyka> what do i do with a .bdf file? i know it is a font
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[16:47] <NedScott> can they watch each other?
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[16:50] <netbilly> Greetings great people of #raspberrypi. I need to control two servos using command line / php script. Running Pi2 B+. Servoblaster works after hacking it a bit, but I can only control a single servo. Is there an alternate without rewriting my entire project in python ?
[16:50] <normalra> they're singing a christmas carol so yeah, they're watching one another c:
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[17:02] <snowkidind> you can call gpio through a system command
[17:03] <netbilly> # man gpio
[17:03] <netbilly> No manual entry for gpio
[17:03] <snowkidind> yea there is
[17:04] <snowkidind> have you checked out gordon’s wiring pi
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[17:04] <snowkidind> hes on this group and its pretty good
[17:04] <snowkidind> https://projects.drogon.net/
[17:05] <netbilly> snowkidind: Please point me to an example using command line.
[17:05] <snowkidind> hold on
[17:07] <snowkidind> http://php.net/manual/en/function.system.php
[17:07] <snowkidind> with gpio, all you have to do is figure out what you need to do and then load the string into the system command
[17:08] <snowkidind> actually i have an example of one on my pi hold on
[17:08] <netbilly> I use exec in php
[17:08] <netbilly> echo 1=180 > /dev/servoblaster
[17:09] <snowkidind> this is using shell_exec
[17:09] <AiGreek> it's easier to use Python with gpio...
[17:09] <snowkidind> http://pastebin.com/45Chrjne
[17:10] <snowkidind> ‘bout as simple as it gets
[17:11] <netbilly> How would you send it pwm servo control commands ? The web is full of examples to control an LED. I need to change dutycycles on a pwm pin
[17:11] <snowkidind> well yea
[17:11] <snowkidind> havvent done that but im sure theres a way
[17:11] <sedition> just make sure you're not allowing your app to pass anything into that shell_exec func
[17:11] <sedition> from userland
[17:12] <snowkidind> yea this will never work on a shared server
[17:12] <t3chguy> snowkidind: he's also in the channel ;) gordonDrogon
[17:12] <snowkidind> ikr very knowledgeable
[17:13] <snowkidind> https://projects.drogon.net/raspberry-pi/wiringpi/software-pwm-library/
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[17:16] <snowkidind> so i guess what you’d do is have a c++ or python script to handle the pwm and pretty much just trigger it via php
[17:16] <snowkidind> you could have it read from a database or flatfile and just modify the file with php if you wanted to change it.
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[17:17] <AiGreek> or ... http://mattrichardson.com/Raspberry-Pi-Flask/
[17:17] <snowkidind> ive got LAMP on mine
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[17:18] <snowkidind> took me an hour to install raspian -> serving webpages
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[17:19] <netbilly> harrr. I am replacing an old Raspberry pi with the latest B+ model. I have wasted almost 2 days on this just trying to get my camera stream to work with PTZ control
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[17:19] <snowkidind> i’ve a b+
[17:20] <snowkidind> working on camera / video / lcd stuff with it
[17:20] <snowkidind> in c++
[17:20] <netbilly> I found the page that explain wiringpi pin numbering. So at least I am heading in the right direction now. Thanks
[17:21] <snowkidind> its real confusing
[17:21] <snowkidind> too many mappings
[17:21] <snowkidind> i kept forgetting to set the mode of the pin before doing anything and it threw me off. now it makes a lot more sense
[17:29] <netbilly> omfw. Where is the manual for this thing =) I just found - gpio readall
[17:31] <netbilly> so. ok. If I change the pin mode to PWM for pin 7, then check the `gpio readall` output. The pin mode still shows as OUT
[17:31] <netbilly> This is a debian install from the latest NOOBS
[17:31] <netbilly> what am I missing here ?
[17:33] <myself> how are you changing the mode?
[17:33] <netbilly> # gpio mode 7 PWM
[17:33] <myself> I think PWM might be a subset of OUT anyway, it's definitely not an input :P
[17:33] <myself> but, not sure on that.
[17:34] <netbilly> but it doesn't work if I send # gpio write 7 100
[17:35] <netbilly> I don't want to dust off my old oscilloscope to check the signal for PWM pulses. hehe.
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[17:35] <myself> oh man, you *have* a scope and don't want to use it? All the noobs in here who try to do stuff "blind" without a scope are jealous :P
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[17:40] <netbilly> servod works
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[17:40] <netbilly> on the same pin
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[17:47] <D34dMan> anybody know how to install julius-voxforge on rpi2?
[17:47] <D34dMan> using jessie
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[18:09] <snowkidind> is there a mobile app with a scope using a headset input?
[18:10] <snowkidind> or better yet, just write a program to read a couple gpio pins
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[18:23] <Lyka> fine. got a 5x9 font wrking
[18:23] <Lyka> 64x26
[18:24] <Lyka> so, is 64x26 worth the squint?
[18:26] <Lyka> i have a 320x240 display
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[18:54] <swift110-phone> Hey
[18:55] <Dark-Show> hoe
[18:55] <cyclick> When I reboot my raspberry pi that is connected to my TV, the TV automatically switches to the RPi input, but how can I trigger this without having to reboot the pi?
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[19:01] <cyclick> I tried /opt/vc/bin/tvservice -o & /opt/vc/bin/tvservice -p but that doesn't seem to work
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[19:06] <cyclick> this works: echo "tx 4f 82 13 00" | cec-client -s
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[19:45] <ozone89> HELL-o! whoa, last join: Tue Jan 24 23:24:01 2012
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[19:47] <ozone89> I've been given a sunfounder kit for the Pi2, inside there's a rotary encoder. I was thinking of using it as a volume knob, but the pads for the knob push are empty. does that mean I won't be able to "click" the switch?
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[20:16] <jancoow> mm.. looking for a very accurate way to measure a movement of an harddrive. Wanna make some jogpads with a pi :). Was thinking like a capative sensor so you know when touching the harddrive blade, and something with black and white striped underneath it for measuring the speed of the rotation
[20:16] <jancoow> would that be possible ?
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[20:20] <t3chguy> jancoow: paint black stripes on it
[20:20] <t3chguy> and fit an IR Tx and Rx
[20:21] <jancoow> yeah was thinking about that yeah
[20:21] <jancoow> but then print it with much smaller lines :)
[20:21] <jancoow> like i can detect on a way better resolution
[20:21] <t3chguy> the IR will reflect off the unpainted regions and you can measure the time
[20:21] <t3chguy> jancoow: you are also limited by the angle of your IR Tx and Rx
[20:22] <jancoow> how thick can my lines be you think?
[20:22] <jancoow> 5mm ?
[20:22] <t3chguy> well, if you're measuring at the outmost part, and get the Tx and Rx as close as you can to still reflect, and maybe shroud the Tx, I'd say width of the IR Tx LED
[20:23] <t3chguy> so 5mm for standard IR LEDs
[20:23] <t3chguy> you could also do it using magnets and HE Sensors
[20:23] <jancoow> mm i need like 0.2mm i think for really good scratching
[20:24] <jancoow> should be possible with a black seal around it with a opening of 0.2 mm i think?
[20:24] <t3chguy> in theory yes, but it will likely obscure too much of the IR Light
[20:24] <t3chguy> you may need a Lens instead, to focus the light
[20:24] <t3chguy> rather than just obscuring it
[20:26] <t3chguy> and remember, if you want direction, you'll need two of these, at a phase shift of 90°
[20:26] <jancoow> yeah it's really hard to archieve a high resolution i think
[20:26] <jancoow> and problem 2: direction
[20:27] <t3chguy> direction detection can be achieved a different way
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[20:27] <t3chguy> the motor on the platter will generate a very small current when being rotated
[20:27] <jancoow> well the motor is spinning when a track is playing :)
[20:28] <t3chguy> thats a good point
[20:28] <jancoow> but i have another idea
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[20:28] <t3chguy> hmm
[20:28] <t3chguy> well resistance of the motor will change then
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[20:28] <t3chguy> so you could use a current shunt and measure the potential difference
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[20:29] <t3chguy> if you're helping the motor, the current will go down (marginally)
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[20:29] <jancoow> i can use sensors of a old ball mouse. These sensors are 2 photosensitcs transistor and can detect direction right? If i use the rotary encoder (that black wheel), fix it underneath the plate and use a elastic to rotate with the plate i could use it for a high resolution
[20:29] <t3chguy> and up if you're scratching the other way
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[20:29] <t3chguy> hmm
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[20:29] <t3chguy> hell you could even use the scroll wheel of a mouse xD
[20:29] <jancoow> :D
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[20:30] <jancoow> simpler right?
[20:30] <t3chguy> yeah
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[20:30] <t3chguy> I know some, i.e my G9x will detect a very very minor movement when its gearbox is deactivated
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[20:31] <t3chguy> and you can vary the size of the "wheel" to play about with the minimum step size
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[20:32] <jancoow> yeah like a gearbox
[20:32] <t3chguy> I was gonna say it'd act as a primitive gearbox lol
[20:33] <jancoow> :D
[20:33] <jancoow> i doesnt have scroll wheel laying around now
[20:33] <jancoow> so i'm first going to try with the ball mouse
[20:33] <t3chguy> hmm
[20:33] <t3chguy> why not go balls to the wall
[20:33] <t3chguy> and use an optical mouse
[20:33] <jancoow> its harder?
[20:33] <jancoow> to read
[20:34] <t3chguy> not really
[20:34] <t3chguy> as you'll already be using an RPi I hope
[20:34] <t3chguy> you can ignore one axis of motion if you mount it right
[20:34] <t3chguy> and you'll have very high resolution
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[20:38] <jancoow> mmm
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[20:38] <jancoow> so you be like pluging in just a usb mouse?
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[20:43] <sarahthrace> hi all
[20:44] <sarahthrace> i received a raspberry pi2 as christmas gift, where i have to start to read something?
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[20:44] <t3chguy> jancoow: thats one possibility
[20:44] <alesan^> hello
[20:44] <jancoow> t3chguy: wait i'm creating a prototype, just give me a minut :)
[20:44] <alesan^> it seems my raspbian based installation, the time is off several seconds
[20:45] <alesan^> how can I chec the raspberry pi will connect to the time servers to update the clock?
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[21:15] <h4x3> hi
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[21:15] <h4x3> where can i get the current windows 10 iot image?
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[21:19] <t3chguy> h4x3: http://ms-iot.github.io/content/en-US/Downloads.htm
[21:20] <sarahthrace> h4x3, i got today raspberry pi 2 as gift, what can i do with this board?
[21:20] <h4x3> t3chguy: but for this i need an image or not?
[21:21] <h4x3> the ffu image
[21:21] <t3chguy> h4x3: it gives you an iso, whats wrong with that>
[21:21] <h4x3> nope
[21:21] <h4x3> there you can download only the installer
[21:21] <h4x3> windows iot core
[21:22] <t3chguy> Windows IoT Core is the thing that goes on the RPi2
[21:23] <h4x3> ok when you download the link. then you get an iso
[21:23] <h4x3> when you mount it you getting the file Windows_10_IoT_Core_RPi2.msi
[21:23] <h4x3> and with this you can install the installer
[21:24] <t3chguy> it probably installs itself onto the SD Card
[21:24] <h4x3> oh fuck
[21:24] <h4x3> my fault
[21:24] <t3chguy> its probably not linux-esque where you just clone something using dd
[21:24] <h4x3> when you browse to the ffu
[21:24] <h4x3> you can find the ffu image in the microsoft iot folder
[21:24] <h4x3> :-/
[21:24] <h4x3> sorry
[21:24] <h4x3> first read then talk
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[21:24] <h4x3> thx
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[21:30] <jancoow> t3chguy: i was thinking like this way https://jancokock.me/f/20179
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[21:31] <t3chguy> that doesn't seem like a huge amount of resolution
[21:31] <jancoow> not?
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[21:32] <t3chguy> I guess the gear ratio will increase the resolution somewhat
[21:32] <jancoow> it was in a ball mouse before like this
[21:32] <jancoow> and that has a high resolution too right?
[21:32] <t3chguy> well, relatively high
[21:33] <t3chguy> as in high enough
[21:33] <t3chguy> wait, how on earth does that do direction?
[21:33] <t3chguy> are there two sensors and a high angle Emitter?
[21:33] <jancoow> yes
[21:34] <t3chguy> neat
[21:34] <jancoow> yeah these sensors are really weird
[21:34] <jancoow> i though first they where just normal ir receiver
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[21:34] <t3chguy> I'd get an actual rubber belt or thick rubber band rather than a bunch of small bands
[21:34] <jancoow> and after hours of measuring .. i searched it on the internet and it are double photo transistors lol
[21:35] <jancoow> yeah this is just a prototype :) so indeed need better rubber band
[21:36] <t3chguy> well good luck with the tests
[21:36] <t3chguy> does look promising
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[21:36] <jancoow> lets see if i can connect a ps2 mouse to a pi
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[21:36] <t3chguy> lol
[21:37] <t3chguy> I can't even use a PS/2 Mouse with my Desktop xD
[21:37] <jancoow> me neither
[21:37] <t3chguy> gladly I don't own any PS/2 Periphs
[21:37] <t3chguy> my ROG Board has a PS/2 Keyboard socket
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[21:37] <jancoow> yeah this are very old mouses lol
[21:37] <t3chguy> for failed OCs
[21:38] <t3chguy> huh PS/2 seems really nice
[21:38] <jancoow> :)
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[21:38] <t3chguy> on the protocol side I mean
[21:39] <jancoow> mm
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[21:39] <jancoow> this was not a ps2 mouse but a serial mouse
[21:39] <jancoow> with a serial connector
[21:39] <jancoow> like https://www.google.nl/url?sa=i&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=images&cd=&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=0ahUKEwiU5pyo7_fJAhUHzRQKHW3oBsoQjRwIBw&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.photo-dictionary.com%2Fphrase%2F2235%2Fserial-connector.html&psig=AFQjCNH13cj0wgelU3fIlLsOasAt28QpAQ&ust=1451162390739115 one
[21:40] <t3chguy> oh god xD
[21:40] <t3chguy> I can't say I've ever seen a Serial attached peripheral
[21:41] <t3chguy> old style serial that is
[21:41] <t3chguy> obviously excluding USB
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[21:44] <fladd> hi there, I just unpacked my Raspi and connected it to a network and power. I put Raspbian on it. Since I do not have a USB keyboard (only two laptops), I was hoping that I can SSH into the machine. According to various tutorials this should also be possible. However, while I can ping the Raspi, I get a "Connection reset by peer" error when trying to SSh into it. Any ideas what is going on?
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[21:47] <jancoow> t3chguy: do you have an idea if i can use just the normal rx / tx on the gpio?
[21:47] <H__> fladd: this is how i set up my PI's too. So yes it's possible
[21:48] <t3chguy> jancoow: I believe so, though you will need voltage conversion
[21:48] <t3chguy> poor old Pi can only handle 3v3 and the PC Serial ports are 5-12V
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[21:48] <H__> fladd: i'd power it down and check that SD card from a linux system, partition table and fsck it's filesystems
[21:48] <fladd> H__: how did you do it then?
[21:49] <t3chguy> some potential dividers should do
[21:49] <H__> fladd: just ssh pi@whateverIPaddressitgotfromDHCPserver :)
[21:49] <fladd> H__: how do I power it down (correctly), if I do not have access to it?
[21:49] <jancoow> lucky me i have a level shifter laying around
[21:49] <jancoow> but the pi can handle 5v
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[21:50] <jancoow> well at least both my pi's are still surviving 5v serial
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[21:50] <H__> fladd: at this point you have no choice but to unplug the power. But are you sure you're pinging and ssh-ing to the right IP address ?
[21:50] <t3chguy> jancoow: I've not noticed any official tolerance to 5v
[21:50] <fladd> H__: when I do ssh pi@ipaddress, I get "Read from socket failed: Connection reset by peer"
[21:50] <t3chguy> its probably just the lack of current your serial device is offering
[21:50] <t3chguy> so it can't really harm the pi
[21:50] <daveake> 5V serial isn't the same as an RS232 port
[21:50] <fladd> H__: it is the IP address reported by nmap, so I assume it is correct
[21:50] <gordonDrogon> What Ho! Hope Santa was good to you all!
[21:50] <jancoow> daveake: not?
[21:51] <H__> fladd: check the MAC address for being a RPI one
[21:51] <daveake> not
[21:51] <daveake> RS232 has -ve voltages not +ve
[21:51] <t3chguy> oh thats right
[21:51] <fladd> H__: what would a raspi mac address look like?
[21:51] <daveake> Also up to (down to?) -12V
[21:51] <t3chguy> I happen to have an RS232 adapter lying about lol
[21:51] <daveake> It's worthwhile getting a USB serial that has TTL level voltages
[21:51] <fladd> Nmap scan report for
[21:51] <fladd> Host is up (-0.086s latency).
[21:52] <fladd> MAC Address: B8:27:EB:C3:F8:FE (Raspberry Pi Foundation)
[21:52] <daveake> These have sockets that fit right onto the pins on the pi
[21:52] <H__> fladd: my PI's MAC addresses start with b8:27:eb
[21:52] <fladd> H__: looking correct then
[21:52] <H__> so you have the proper one yes. (and nmap already knows this range is of RPI)
[21:53] <jancoow> damn
[21:53] <jancoow> and damn only having a rs485 shield laying around..
[21:53] <daveake> yeah that won't help either :)
[21:53] <H__> fladd: maybe ssh -vvv tells something interesting, maybe like a cipher mismatch
[21:53] <jancoow> not really lols
[21:54] <fladd> I read something about new raspbian images not having a key preinstalled...but without access to the raspi I also cannot install one :-) I am not sure what to do right now
[21:55] <fladd> H__: http://pastebin.com/3mkNRX1s
[21:56] <H__> so it bombs out immediately after "SSH2_MSG_KEXINIT sent" interesting
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[21:57] <snowkidind> what are people using to integrate an AD in raspberry pi world?
[21:57] <snowkidind> just found otu that there is none in all those pins :(
[21:57] <H__> fladd: your hunch may be just like this indeed https://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/viewtopic.php?f=27&t=15814
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[21:58] <t3chguy> snowkidind: A/D (ADC?) I²C is good for ADCs
[21:58] <snowkidind> alas which *one
[21:59] <H__> fladd: power down the pi, mount the sd card in your linux system and delete the host key there. then boot the pi again
[21:59] <t3chguy> ADS1115
[21:59] <t3chguy> snowkidind: ^^
[21:59] <gordonDrogon> snowkidind, there are many I2C and SPI ADC's that work well with the Pi.
[21:59] <fladd> H__: I will try that, thanks!
[21:59] <snowkidind> i have about 40 pic’s in my basement
[22:00] <h4x3> is it possible to surf with openelec or xbmc?
[22:00] <snowkidind> probably will just try that same diff i guess
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[22:00] <snowkidind> hey gordonDragon: thanks for the tutorials and wares… I just got my 16x2 LCD working
[22:00] <gordonDrogon> snowkidind, you could use a PIC as an ADC and interface it to the Pi using SPI or I2C or serial ...
[22:00] <snowkidind> thats what im thinking...
[22:01] <t3chguy> ohai dere gordonDrogon
[22:01] <snowkidind> i have a question about the lcd
[22:01] <gordonDrogon> t3chguy, What ho!
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[22:01] <gordonDrogon> sure ..
[22:01] <t3chguy> how's the Zero you got as a Present?
[22:01] <snowkidind> when it runs the scroll program the text moves to the right, but before it redraws, it leaves a shadow for a smodge.
[22:01] <snowkidind> smidge*
[22:01] <snowkidind> is that unavoidable?
[22:02] <gordonDrogon> you might have the contrast turned up too high?
[22:02] <t3chguy> yeah snowkidind, those displays aren't very fast at all
[22:02] <t3chguy> you can mitigate it with lower contrast
[22:02] <t3chguy> but then you make the angle its visible from worse
[22:02] <snowkidind> i played with it, will play with it again. i would have guessed a lcdClear() would have gotten rid of that
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[22:03] <gordonDrogon> lcdClear() just send a code to the display - if the display then takes time to clear the "smudge" it's often the contrast.
[22:03] <snowkidind> right - i didnt wnt to lower it that much because i am actually monitoring it through a mirror
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[22:03] <snowkidind> cool. this all makes sense
[22:03] <t3chguy> lol
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[22:04] <t3chguy> good god, gotta love eBay HK, 100 3v3 Regs for £0.66 free P&P
[22:04] <h4x3> no browsing on raspberry openelec or xbmc?
[22:05] <jancoow> mm oki the mouse chip i'm using operates on 5v so thats good. As i read i only need to invert the rxd signal
[22:06] <jancoow> and then i could just read it with the serial port
[22:06] <jancoow> but i've no idea which protocol the mouse is "speaking"
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[22:07] <gordonDrogon> you're using a serial mouse to the Pi?
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[22:08] <jancoow> well i'm trying to
[22:08] <H__> not for mousing i assume
[22:08] <jancoow> nope
[22:08] <gordonDrogon> I'm sure you have your reasons, however ... http://paulbourke.net/dataformats/serialmouse/
[22:08] <H__> using the position measurement thingies
[22:09] <jancoow> need both rotarry encoders for a high resolution disk position
[22:09] <t3chguy> gordonDrogon, this is what he's doing: https://jancokock.me/f/20179/
[22:09] <H__> building a telescope mount ? ;-)
[22:09] <jancoow> no dj jogpads :D
[22:10] <H__> heh :)
[22:10] <gordonDrogon> I wrote some code to directly handle encoders a few weeks back, but apparently it's not fast enough for motors on the Pi.
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[22:10] <jancoow> https://jancokock.me/f/3dec1
[22:11] <gordonDrogon> jancoow, )-: Why don't you link to the .jpg - those images don't auto-scale in firefox )-:
[22:12] <jancoow> i do!
[22:12] <jancoow> it just a image withoug a extention xD
[22:12] <gordonDrogon> well my firefox doesn't auto-scale them.
[22:12] <t3chguy> same gordonDrogon, annoying as hell xD
[22:12] <H__> nor does opera
[22:12] <jancoow> chrome also not
[22:13] <jancoow> will put it on my todo list :)
[22:13] <gordonDrogon> it's not big deal, just annoying.
[22:13] <t3chguy> lol https://jancokock.me/f/3dec1/3dec1 scales fine
[22:13] <t3chguy> so just double up on the identifier
[22:13] <jancoow> oh..
[22:13] <jancoow> oh sorry guys i'm not linking to the image i see..
[22:13] <jancoow> soryr!
[22:13] <t3chguy> one serves the image, the other seems to embed it inside html
[22:13] <jancoow> yeah sorry
[22:14] <gordonDrogon> its probably the mime-type not being set right.
[22:14] <jancoow> https://github.com/jancoow/Easyshare have a look
[22:14] <heller_> so guys
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[22:14] <muld3r> hi
[22:14] <heller_> what is the cleanest way to keep my scripts in a safe place?
[22:15] <jancoow> not put it on github
[22:15] <heller_> i've got few raspberry pi's and i test some different stuff with them
[22:15] <heller_> now i got different python/bash/gpio/what not scripts all over me
[22:15] <heller_> i dont know how to use gut
[22:16] <h4x3> how can in install firefox on wheezy?
[22:16] <gordonDrogon> put them on a NAS and have the Pi's mount the NAS (and your desktop)
[22:16] <jancoow> or use 1 pi as storage place
[22:16] <jancoow> create a samba server for example
[22:16] <heller_> gordonDrogon: i need to access them outside my home too
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[22:17] <jancoow> portforward a ftp server
[22:17] <jancoow> or sftp server
[22:17] <t3chguy> jancoow: thank god you corrected yourself xD
[22:17] <jancoow> :)
[22:18] <gordonDrogon> it's a tricky one that - the answer is "cloud storage" whatever that is - however access via Pi/Linux is often convoluted and encryption on the Pi is slow.
[22:18] <h4x3> is there an easy how to?
[22:18] <heller_> would git be ok?
[22:18] <t3chguy> git over ssh to a personal git server, sure
[22:18] <jancoow> gordondrogon: that link about the mouse is really nice! I think this should work on the pi..
[22:18] <t3chguy> depends how "Safe" you want it heller_
[22:18] <heller_> does not have to be safe
[22:19] <heller_> oh i could use my own git server too?
[22:19] <t3chguy> then github or bitbucket lol
[22:19] <gordonDrogon> git is an option - host your own git server on a virtual server somewhere (that's what git.drogon.net is)
[22:19] <t3chguy> bitbucket is private
[22:19] <jancoow> or use bitbucket for unlimited private repositories
[22:19] <jancoow> exactly that
[22:19] <jancoow> box t3chguy
[22:19] <heller_> well i have one server
[22:19] <gordonDrogon> one day I'll work out how to get https access to the git side of it (as well as the web side)
[22:20] <jancoow> what do you mean?
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[22:22] <Swensson> Shit my memory is bad, GordonDrogon, was it you recommending me that xbee or flightcontroller?...
[22:22] <heller_> hmm
[22:22] <gordonDrogon> don't think so - I know what xbee is but not flightcontroller - I'd just remind you to try to keep it family friendly though :-)
[22:23] <h4x3> is iceweasel same as firefox?
[22:23] <gordonDrogon> jancoow, I mean how to use e.g. git clone https://git.drogon.net/wiringPi
[22:23] <jancoow> Swensson: no u should NOT use a xbee as flightcontroller
[22:23] <gordonDrogon> h4x3, iceweasel is Debians packaged version of firefox.
[22:23] <jancoow> not even thinking about it
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[22:24] <h4x3> ok gordonDrogon
[22:24] <jancoow> gordonDrogon: never set up a private git server. Should do once :)
[22:24] <h4x3> but firefox is also possible to install on wheezy?
[22:24] <wili> hey guys, how can i know that my rasp is fully halted? because when I use shutdown command, I see now "reboot: System halted" and LEDs are on
[22:24] <gordonDrogon> h4x3, yes - for the x86 platform. I've no idea about ARM.
[22:24] <gordonDrogon> wili, the green led flashes 10 times ...
[22:25] <h4x3> ok
[22:25] <wili> gordonDrogon and the red is still up?
[22:25] <h4x3> and what about teamviewer on wheezy?
[22:25] <t3chguy> you can use gogs
[22:25] <gordonDrogon> wili, red is power.
[22:25] <wili> gordonDrogon I expected to be turned off completely
[22:25] <t3chguy> https://gogs.io/ self-hosted Git made simple
[22:25] <h4x3> me t3chguy?
[22:25] <wili> ok so HDMI is functional during "halt" state
[22:25] <wili> but no keyboard
[22:25] <t3chguy> heller_: and jancoow https://gogs.io/
[22:25] <gordonDrogon> wili, on early Pi's red is hardwired to the power - on later Pi's its software controllable, but left on at halt time.
[22:26] <heller_> t3chguy: whats that
[22:26] <t3chguy> heller_: self-hosted git made easy
[22:26] <t3chguy> you could stick it on one of your pi's or your server
[22:26] <wili> gordonDrogon ok thanks, so now I can normally plugoff the power
[22:26] <jancoow> t3chguy: thanks! cool web too
[22:26] <t3chguy> yas
[22:27] <gordonDrogon> wili, yes - once the green led starts to flash, that's it.
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[22:27] <Swensson> jancoow: What do you mean?
[22:29] <h4x3> can somebody explain me to install teamviewer on wheezy?
[22:31] <heller_> t3chguy: oh
[22:31] <t3chguy> heller_: ?
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[22:37] <heller_> trying git here
[22:37] <heller_> seems to have more stuff than i need
[22:37] <heller_> i just need to upload files there
[22:38] <t3chguy> git lets you roll things back too
[22:38] <t3chguy> so that'd be handy
[22:38] <heller_> thats nice too
[22:38] <heller_> what are the basic commands
[22:38] <heller_> for me to upload or revert files?
[22:38] <heller_> i want three "folders" to git, bash, python and temp
[22:38] <heller_> possible?
[22:39] <t3chguy> just create a single git repo
[22:39] <t3chguy> and have all your folders in it or symlinked into it
[22:40] <heller_> i dont want all
[22:40] <t3chguy> *all* as in all the ones you want
[22:40] <heller_> and i do it how? :)
[22:40] <t3chguy> put the git repo in /opt/ or something
[22:40] <t3chguy> and then use `ln -s` to symlink the folders you want into it
[22:40] <heller_> it seems to be in ~/.git
[22:41] <t3chguy> thats the meta-dir
[22:41] <heller_> cai i just upload files with push to a file?
[22:41] <heller_> *to folder
[22:41] <t3chguy> put a file/folder at the same level as .git
[22:41] <t3chguy> then run `git status` to see whats pending
[22:42] <heller_> oh man
[22:42] <heller_> i did git init in home dir
[22:42] <heller_> seems like it wants to add my files now :D
[22:42] <t3chguy> then it'll send your whole home dir into git :P
[22:42] <heller_> seems to
[22:42] <t3chguy> you can always just not add them
[22:42] <heller_> :D
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[22:42] <t3chguy> or add them to .gitignore
[22:42] <heller_> how can i un-init+ :)
[22:42] <t3chguy> just `rm -Rf .git/`
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[22:43] <heller_> hmm
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[22:44] <heller_> so i need to init one folder for it?
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[22:45] <t3chguy> depends on how you want to do it
[22:45] <heller_> well i dont want to init nor do anything that sort
[22:45] <heller_> i want to just add selected files there
[22:45] <heller_> and if the filename is same as previous, then add another version of it
[22:46] <t3chguy> well git isn't automatic
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[22:46] <t3chguy> so you'd need to write a cronjob or something
[22:46] <heller_> dont want it to be
[22:46] <heller_> no i want to do it manually
[22:46] <t3chguy> fair enough
[22:46] <t3chguy> I suggest you create a folder for the git repo
[22:46] <t3chguy> and just symlink all your desired dirs into it
[22:46] <heller_> when im like "hey this script is nice and working example/finished, i would like to store it to git
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[22:47] <jancoow> t3chguy: gogs.io is really a pain in the ass to install.. pff
[22:48] <jancoow> i gave it up :)
[22:48] <t3chguy> you just do `git add /path/to/script/; git commit -m"I got Script X Finished";`
[22:48] <t3chguy> lol jancoow
[22:48] <t3chguy> and then `git push`
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[22:49] <heller_> hmm
[22:49] <heller_> would have to think this way earlier
[22:49] <heller_> what then if i have 3 rpi's
[22:50] <heller_> i need to git init on all of them?
[22:50] <heller_> do they have to have the same file/folder names?
[22:51] <t3chguy> well you have to connect the git repo to a remote (a git server)
[22:51] <t3chguy> `git push` sends files to the remote
[22:51] <jancoow> this SHOULD work on the serial mouse https://www.google.nl/url?sa=i&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=images&cd=&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=0ahUKEwiOgbKw__fJAhUEWxQKHVpsCHEQjRwIBw&url=http%3A%2F%2Fhome.versatel.nl%2Frolandhendriks%2Frpilink1.html&psig=AFQjCNGNR6Bsf1-EnOhaxmUN6Iw7QOGYGA&ust=1451166663360382
[22:52] <t3chguy> `git pull` pulls files from the remote
[22:54] <h4x3> hey one question
[22:55] <h4x3> osmc or openelec, do one of them have an browser for surfin?
[22:56] <heller_> t3chguy: thanks, ill have to look up to it more tomorrow
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[23:12] <krustycheerio> hi
[23:13] <krustycheerio> how does this work?
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[23:20] <gordonDrogon> krustycheerio, you type stuff and we all see it.
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[23:20] <gordonDrogon> we type stuff and you (and all the others) also see it.
[23:20] <gordonDrogon> just a bunch of folks in the same room.
[23:20] <krustycheerio> what if I dont type anything?
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[23:22] <gordonDrogon> same as if you keep your mouth closed in a room. We see you're there, but that's it. You just sit here and listen to everyone else - just like the 515 others here are doing ...
[23:22] <daveake> 514 :p
[23:22] <gordonDrogon> ish ... :)
[23:22] <daveake> :)
[23:23] <BurtyB> bish
[23:23] <krustycheerio> Im jk btw. Can anyone help me with electronics? Pretty much know nothing about it but my goal is to control some simple Mr. Coffee machine with a relay and raspberry pi. Just dont know which wire im actually supposed to use.
[23:23] <gordonDrogon> the red one. it's always the red one.
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[23:23] <jancoow> plug the 230 wire from the wall socket to gpio4.... xD
[23:24] <krustycheerio> There is a red one there
[23:24] <gordonDrogon> krustycheerio, seriously - DO NOT try to control a mains powered coffee machine until you know a lot more about electronics, etc.
[23:26] <krustycheerio> I have read that warning before. Should've been an EE major instead of boring CS. Any helpful resources you recommend to learn more about electronics?
[23:27] <gordonDrogon> start with a simple LED, resisstor and breadboard.
[23:27] <h4x3> does anybody knows if i can install teamviewer on ubuntu mate?
[23:27] <jancoow> h4x3: you can
[23:27] <h4x3> how?
[23:28] <jancoow> https://www.teamviewer.com/nl/help/363-How-do-I-install-TeamViewer-on-my-Linux-distribution.aspx
[23:28] <gordonDrogon> h4x3, last time I tried it on my x86 desktop it needed wine as it was all designed to run under MS Windows. Wine dosn't run on the Pi.
[23:28] <h4x3> wine on mate?
[23:28] <krustycheerio> Yea you can, I have it on my distro.
[23:28] <h4x3> its raspberry arm cpu
[23:28] <jancoow> oh you wanna run it on a pi? yeah wine doesnt run on a pi
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[23:28] <h4x3> yes
[23:29] <jancoow> so nope no teamviewer
[23:29] <h4x3> and teamviewer? does teamviewer run on a pi?
[23:29] <h4x3> hm :-(
[23:29] <jancoow> use a good one?
[23:29] <h4x3> what?
[23:30] <krustycheerio> Ive used a breadboard before to control a led, and a little webcam so I understand the bare bones of it I suppose. Want to do some home automation type stuff. Have the coffee machine start brewing at a certain time right before work.
[23:31] <h4x3> i have a 16GB sd card
[23:31] <h4x3> but only 3,8 GB is in use
[23:31] <h4x3> what can i do for using everythin?
[23:32] <daveake> raspi-config --> expand filesystem
[23:32] <t3chguy> krustycheerio: pretty sure things exist for that already: http://www.clasohlson.com/uk/Plug-In-Digital-Timer/18-2059?gclid=CjwKEAiA7_OzBRDA8OfT3orp51oSJACVqslIExSB3r53YEvgRcSC1MpXjeuGdUxjg7Fcu77z867cWRoCEu_w_wcB
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[23:32] <krustycheerio> I know there are things out there but I am interested in learning how to do it myself.
[23:32] <gordonDrogon> krustycheerio, can the coffee machine start if you have it all prepared then just turn on the power? If so, then get a mechanical plug-in timer.
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[23:33] <gordonDrogon> if that works, then the next step is to get a USB controlled power outlet. These plug into the wall, have a power socket and a usb socket. You connect the USB to a computer and send a commands to it - on or off.
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[23:36] <krustycheerio> Yes it does work exactly like that, just one button that either turns it on or off but the goal here is to learn a little more about electronics and how a relay works.
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[23:39] <gordonDrogon> a relay is just an electro magnet.
[23:40] <gordonDrogon> you put current through the coil it magnetises, pulls the switch... stop the current a spring pulls the switch off.
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[23:41] <gordonDrogon> the issue for the Pi is that almost all relays need more current than the Pi can provide, so you need a buffer or amplifier of some sort.
[23:41] <gordonDrogon> then it start to get complicated ...
[23:41] <jancoow> gordonDrogon: there are easy 5v relais whith transistor circuit
[23:42] <jancoow> http://www.banggood.com/1-Channel-5V-Relay-Module-Shield-Board-For-Arduino-ARM-PIC-AVR-DSP-ARM-p-914846.html 2.50
[23:42] <daveake> Pi is 3.3V
[23:42] <krustycheerio> The one I have is this one http://www.amazon.com/SainSmart-2-CH-2-Channel-Relay-Module/dp/B0057OC6D8/ref=sr_1_4?ie=UTF8&qid=1451083331&sr=8-4&keywords=sainsmart+relay
[23:42] <daveake> Tho might still switch
[23:42] <jancoow> oh that will work
[23:42] <jancoow> just connect ground to ground, vcc to 5v
[23:43] <jancoow> and in1 and in2 to a random gpio port
[23:43] <krustycheerio> I understand how to control it using a python script and have it connected correct.
[23:43] <t3chguy> Or you could go for an SSR
[23:43] <jancoow> naice
[23:44] <krustycheerio> correctly* Now what I need to learn is about electronics and stuff. That is what I know basically nothing about.
[23:44] <vikaton> ping gordonDrogon
[23:45] <krustycheerio> I am a big coffee geek and love all that artisan coffee crap and I had this crappy Mr. Coffee machine laying around so I want to play around with it and see If i can automate it
[23:46] <krustycheerio> I dont care if I break the thing since I bought it for $5 but when I learn a little more I want to get a better coffee machine that actually brews coffee well.
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[23:47] <gordonDrogon> vikaton, hi?
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[23:48] <gordonDrogon> krustycheerio, that (in) sane (un) smart relay board is not designed to work with the Pi. You might get away with it, but it's really a 5v relay board. Good luck...
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[23:49] <gordonDrogon> 5V 2-Channel Relay interface board, and each one needs 15-20mA Driver Current
[23:49] <gordonDrogon> Get something designed to work with the Pi. there are many. e.g. PiFace.
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[23:50] <gordonDrogon> However - think about this - you're taking 230 (or 110, wherever you are) volts right next to the little Pi. If a wire comes loose, then k-zap ...
[23:51] <krustycheerio> Im in the USA
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[23:51] <jancoow> gordonDrogon: it works perfectly with the pi..
[23:51] <jancoow> i'm using like 6 of them in my shutters for years now
[23:51] <gordonDrogon> jancoow, it doesn't work perfectly. it works, but its not perfect.
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[23:52] <jancoow> then i just dont get the perfectly part lol
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[23:52] <gordonDrogon> you're getting away with it. it's designed for 5v systems.
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[23:54] <SpeedEvil> The difference between 'it works for me when I tried it' and 'it is specified to work, and all parts will always work as they are being used to specifications' is rather large.
[23:55] <vikaton> gordonDrogon: have you ever looked into Rust?
[23:55] <krustycheerio> piface stuff is pretty pricey.
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[23:56] <jancoow> well if the transistors are trigering on 3.3 volt then it's fine for me
[23:56] <jancoow> but oke
[23:57] <gordonDrogon> vikaton, no.. other that iron oxide, what's rust?
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[23:58] <vikaton> gordonDrogon: http://rust-lang.org
[23:58] <vikaton> you might be interested in it since you deal alot of with C I assume
[23:59] <Berg> relays https://a.fsdn.com/con/app/proj/raspberrypirelaycontroller/screenshots/relay.JPG I run my triger signal on 3v and i have seperate 5v power for the relays
[23:59] <Berg> i know its not what you have
[23:59] <vikaton> basically its a language with the speed and low-levelness of C, but ALOT safer
[23:59] <gordonDrogon> not interested.
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[23:59] <Berg> hi im berg and christmass is over ..it was yesterday

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