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IRC Log for 2015-12-27

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[0:00] <Berg> reply
[0:00] <Lyka> irssi
[0:00] <Lyka> no sound
[0:00] <Berg> get you pi to shock you if your name appears Lyka
[0:00] <Berg> that will work
[0:00] <Lyka> though i do have a hilight window
[0:01] <mrBear> Berg: Haha. =)
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[0:02] <Lyka> is there some new way to do a gpio keyboard that nobody has documented?
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[0:02] <Lyka> stupid question
[0:03] <JakeSays> Xark: looks like the '41 is a replacement for the '40, so yeah i cant imagine the differences being much
[0:05] <JakeSays> Xark: ah this might help: https://github.com/adafruit/Adafruit_ILI9341
[0:06] <JakeSays> what gets me though is that all their samples are for arduino
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[0:06] <Xark> JakeSays: Sure. This is (part of) what I "re-mixed" into https://github.com/XarkLabs/PDQ_GFX_Libs
[0:07] <JakeSays> Xark: out of curiosity what is the difference between theirs and yours?
[0:08] <Lyka> just moved my irssi session from my laptop to my shell server (i have a bouncer), so i can keep the window active
[0:08] <JakeSays> Lyka: i use znc on a pi.
[0:08] <JakeSays> perfect use for an old B
[0:09] <Xark> JakeSays: Mine is 3 to 12 times faster (on 16MHz AVR).
[0:09] <JakeSays> ah
[0:09] <Xark> JakeSays: https://cdn.hackaday.io/images/1419321433055176378.png
[0:10] <JakeSays> Xark: holy crap thats quite a difference
[0:10] <Xark> JakeSays: Yeah. That is why I wrote a little article about how I made it faster (somewhat AVR specific, but perhaps worth a read). -> https://hackaday.io/post/18729
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[0:12] <JakeSays> ok well first thing i need to do is master spi. i've done i2c but never spi
[0:15] <trix`G> so there's this guy, who wrote a thing, that wraps opengl 1.x calls into opengles. I don't pretend to know how it works, but could that be used on the rpi2 to get opengl games to work?
[0:15] <trix`G> I'm thinking, Neverball, neverputt, etc
[0:19] <trix`G> it's used on another arm device (openpandora) for exactly that purpose, to get games like armagetronad to work on a GLES ARM system
[0:19] <Karlton> the vc4 driver has a hack to run opengl1-2
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[0:19] <jancoow> FINALLY
[0:19] <jancoow> the ir rotary sensors are right in place, yeah!
[0:20] <trix`G> Karlton: what do you mean, what is the vc4 driver?
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[0:20] <Karlton> http://dri.freedesktop.org/wiki/VC4
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[0:21] <JakeSays> ok i'm super confused. if i'm interacting with spi, why would i need a kernel driver for it?
[0:21] <Xark> JakeSays: You need some way to access the SPI hardware...
[0:23] <jancoow> https://jancokock.me/f/34c67
[0:23] <JakeSays> Xark: i cant do it via the hardware registers?
[0:23] <Karlton> you can if you want
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[0:23] <JakeSays> probably not worth the effort tho
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[0:25] <JakeSays> ok makes sense then.
[0:25] <JakeSays> i need more caffeine
[0:26] <jancoow> me too, programming comes in :)
[0:27] <jancoow> after hours of work to get that stupid ir sensor to work
[0:30] <mrBear> jancoow: Now I see what you are doing. Really nice! What kind of board do you use?
[0:31] <jancoow> mrBear: board?
[0:31] <mrBear> Yes, What have you connected your encoder to? Raspi? Dont looks like it.
[0:31] <jancoow> its a raspi!
[0:31] <jancoow> pi zero
[0:31] <mrBear> Cool, never seen.
[0:32] <jancoow> its the newest pi
[0:32] <mrBear> More like a single chip computer more than a mini computer?
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[0:32] <jancoow> just the same as a pi a+, B+ but smaller form factor. Has exactly the same cpu (only a small OC)
[0:33] <endiruna> is there a program to stream from my laptop to a raspberry pi to be displayed on a monitor/tv
[0:33] <[Saint]> yes
[0:33] <jancoow> kodi has support for that? dlna?
[0:33] <[Saint]> VNC, exporting X...any number of ways to do it.
[0:33] <endiruna> dlna does not work very well
[0:34] <endiruna> i tried it with audio
[0:34] <endiruna> it is very bad
[0:34] <endiruna> i would immagine that video + audio would be terrible
[0:34] <[Saint]> There's absolutely nothing wrong with DLNA as a protocol.
[0:34] <[Saint]> It is deployed in a VERY wide sphere.
[0:35] <[Saint]> I suspect the issue was the device, or the setup.
[0:35] <[Saint]> Not DLNA itself.
[0:35] <Xark> JakeSays: Under Linux, only a kernel driver can "touch" hardware registers. :)
[0:35] <JakeSays> raspi-config could do with a rewrite
[0:35] <Karlton> not sure if there is anything that uses the gpu for accel
[0:35] <JakeSays> qt does
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[0:35] <endiruna> [Saint]: what would you use as a server on the pi?
[0:36] <[Saint]> On a pi? I wouldn't.
[0:36] <JakeSays> Xark: i thought the non-cpu hardware registers were just memory regions
[0:36] <[Saint]> But, that's me.
[0:37] <Xark> JakeSays: Right. If you are root, and the kernel will let you mmap register space, then you can access from userland.
[0:37] <JakeSays> ah ok
[0:37] <endiruna> so that is not so different from saying that dlna on a pi is terrible. I only sort of quantified it :D
[0:37] <JakeSays> just curious. i'm not planning on using them
[0:41] <mrBear> I hope they do not shrink it more now, makes it more powerfull so it will be possible to handle 3D-graphic
[0:41] <Xark> JakeSays: Reading a bit more, RPi supports 9 bit SPI and I believe ILI934x can be set to use that 9th bit vs GPIO for command/data.
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[0:46] <swift110> wow
[0:46] <JakeSays> interesting. found a library that exposes all of the gpio pins as a socket
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[0:50] <JakeSays> nice looking library
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[0:52] <Anorion> is there currently a build of chromium for raspbian-jessie?
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[0:54] <Lyka> have yoou checked to see if there is a package with tha name?
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[0:55] <JakeSays> Xark: looks like an interesting piece of work: https://github.com/joan2937/pigpio
[0:55] <Lyka> pig pie?
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[0:56] <ozzzy> there was a chromium for all the previous
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[0:57] * Lyka tries to compile her own kernal on her A+
[0:58] <Lyka> hopefully the file was just left out of the binary by accident
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[0:58] <Lyka> hopefuly i don't have to redo the card again
[0:59] <Lyka> why does the rpi kernel have support for archetectures like alpha and x86?
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[1:01] <Lyka> damn this kernel source file is huge
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[1:02] <Anorion> Lyka, of course I have~
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[1:04] <Lyka> Anorion: i didn't want to assume you knew anything about computers.
[1:04] <Lyka> i've made that mistake before
[1:04] <Anorion> I do the same
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[1:04] <Anorion> I've used debian since Potato
[1:05] <Anorion> :)
[1:05] <JakeSays> build it
[1:05] <JakeSays> should only take... two days. lol
[1:05] <Lyka> huh?
[1:06] <Anorion> I could CC it on one of my zeon boxes at work
[1:06] <Anorion> but if there is already a package
[1:06] <mrBear> Time for bed!
[1:06] <Anorion> saves a lot of time
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[1:10] <Lyka> i better find somewhere better to plug the A+ in while the kernel is building
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[1:14] <jancoow> its working :D
[1:14] <jancoow> YEAH
[1:15] <jancoow> not very good but there is a beginning
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[1:23] <Berg> IT"S ALIVE
[1:24] <jancoow> https://jancokock.me/f/76952
[1:24] <jancoow> (you have to listen to the sound
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[1:26] <jancoow> mrBear: i've a video for you :)
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[2:18] <Lyka> plugged the one portable external battery that can be used while plugged in into a surge protecter strip, plugged the rpi a+ into the usb port of the battery, set up the kernel building and forgot it.
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[2:19] <Lyka> hopefully i'll remember it before the cord accidentally gets snagged on something
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[2:33] <D34dMan> hi, can anybody tell me how to make my speaker play what it is getting in my mic? (like how to use pi as a megaphone :D)
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[2:33] <danieli> D34dMan: if you're using pulseaudio, perhaps redirect using pavucontrol?
[2:33] * Lyka watches the compiltion sequence on her A+'s tiny 64x26 console window. (320x240 screen)
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[2:34] <D34dMan> danieli: hmm i uninstalled and purged pulseaudio yesterday. Said it was conflicting with alsa and stuff. Am trying to get jasper working with julius on jessie and rpi2
[2:34] <pksato> D34dMan: if sound card or codec have support, just use analog mixing.
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[2:36] <D34dMan> i want to do some test scripting to test my mic is working basically. And hear the noise level in input (important for speech recognition to work)
[2:36] <pksato> http://askubuntu.com/questions/123798/how-to-hear-my-voice-in-speakers-with-a-mic
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[2:36] <D34dMan> thanks pksato
[2:37] <pksato> or just pipe arecord to aplay
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[2:37] <D34dMan> i have jack server running
[2:37] <D34dMan> hmm lemme try that pipe thing :)
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[2:42] <JakeSays> man developing for the raspi using visual studio is awesome
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[2:52] <D34dMan> pksato: i tried "arecord -D plughw:1 --duration=10 -f cd -vv | aplay" it kinda do it :P after a delay, but clips out audio and crashes soon.... no wonder we need to use sound server for this stuff
[2:55] <pksato> dont use -vv
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[3:42] <irc_smirk> hello
[3:42] <irc_smirk> any developers here?
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[3:42] <raspberrypifan> what os's are working with the pi zero right now
[3:42] <irc_smirk> anyone use docker with pi
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[3:54] <D34dMan> wow docker in pi!
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[3:55] <mr_sparkle> anyone?
[3:55] <raspberrypifan> i still dont get what docker does
[3:55] <D34dMan> well me neither :)
[3:56] <mr_sparkle> its pretty simple
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[3:56] <mr_sparkle> its plug and play apps
[3:56] <D34dMan> but i think of it like, vagrant = OS level virtualization, and docker is one step deep, Kernel level virtualization
[3:57] <mr_sparkle> its many vms on same machine
[3:57] <mr_sparkle> like thousands of vms
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[3:57] <mr_sparkle> anyways i want to startup a project
[3:57] <mr_sparkle> for dockers apps just for pie
[3:58] <D34dMan> mr_sparkle: are you going to host docker in pi?
[3:58] <D34dMan> (like you can setup ubuntu and then docker ... )
[3:58] <mr_sparkle> its already been done
[3:58] <mr_sparkle> just get and sd drive and flash this image
[3:59] <ebarch> docker is actually a bit different than VMs. it's really just a self contained 'linux install' that sits on top of the host's kernel. but you typically only have a single (or a few) processes running in a docker container
[3:59] <mr_sparkle> http://blog.hypriot.com/getting-started-with-docker-on-your-arm-device/
[4:00] <mr_sparkle> so who has a web cam with the pi?
[4:00] <ebarch> there are still a LOT more docker images for x86 than ARM, so it can be tricky to find stuff that will run on the pi
[4:00] <ebarch> but support is definitely rolling out
[4:00] <D34dMan> i haz a webcam with a pi
[4:00] <mr_sparkle> do you have it setup?
[4:00] <D34dMan> yea
[4:00] <mr_sparkle> ok lets pretend you didnt
[4:00] <D34dMan> ok
[4:00] <mr_sparkle> so with docker if i made a webcam webapp
[4:01] <mr_sparkle> i could send you that app by you simply cliking a button
[4:01] <mr_sparkle> and it would automatically install everything
[4:01] <D34dMan> mr_sparkle: i use docker for webdevelopment
[4:01] <mr_sparkle> as if it were a brand new ubuntu or whatever os
[4:01] <ebarch> he would have to bundle it as a docker image and upload it to docker hub
[4:01] <D34dMan> so that me and my colleage work in local but share same environment
[4:01] <ebarch> then you could docker pull username/myimagename
[4:02] <mr_sparkle> exactly
[4:02] <ebarch> then you create a container from the image
[4:02] <mr_sparkle> and you can have multiple instances
[4:02] <mr_sparkle> on different pots
[4:02] <mr_sparkle> *ports
[4:02] <D34dMan> it was raspberrypifan who wanted to know what docker is
[4:03] <mr_sparkle> oh ok. well im pretty pumped about the idea
[4:03] <D34dMan> :)
[4:03] <D34dMan> but honestly i don't understand how it works, but i just use it :D
[4:03] <D34dMan> its magic
[4:03] <mr_sparkle> well yeah who knows how the hell it works
[4:04] <mr_sparkle> guess how many containers someoen got running on pi
[4:04] <mr_sparkle> i think they were webservers they were stress testing
[4:04] <D34dMan> but i think its not a good solution for pi
[4:05] <D34dMan> we have resource issues, and overloading it with another layer of abstractions sounds like wastage to me
[4:05] <ebarch> the technology has been around a for a while. a lot of the original ideas of docker are found here --> https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/FreeBSD_jail
[4:05] <mr_sparkle> they got 2499 servers
[4:05] <ebarch> D34dMan: it is another layer of abstraction, but it's not anything like a VM. very lightweight
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[4:05] <ebarch> think of it as a separate install of linux but only a few extra processes (which effectively are just sharing resources with the host system)
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[4:06] <D34dMan> ebarch: ok if not the abstraction, how about the resources ?
[4:06] <mr_sparkle> ebarch: do you know if docker is able to make system calls. like how would it interface with audio devices
[4:06] <mr_sparkle> in terms of the ports
[4:06] <mr_sparkle> or maybe its a non issue
[4:07] <D34dMan> each docker being in a container by itself, would it share libraries?
[4:07] <ebarch> the only thing that really uses up resources are processes running in the docker container. it's almost the same as just having them running on the host machine
[4:07] <ebarch> nope, each docker image is typically a full OS install
[4:07] <ebarch> and every OS has to be linux (since the processes are using the host's kernel)
[4:07] <ebarch> mr_sparkle: i believe docker will let you access audio devices. might be another flag you have to set
[4:07] <mr_sparkle> where is my webcam
[4:08] <ebarch> https://stackoverflow.com/questions/28985714/run-apps-using-audio-in-a-docker-container
[4:09] <mr_sparkle> nice
[4:09] <JakeSays> man i seriously cannot stand adafruit's coding style.
[4:09] <ebarch> usually w/ linux you have the full blown init system (which fires up all the daemons, processes, etc) when the system boots. but most docker images either don't have an init system or just start one single process you pass to the container when it starts
[4:10] <ebarch> so docker is really just a way to package libraries, dependencies, and give every app its own little home where it's isolated from everything else
[4:10] <mr_sparkle> yeah its perfect for pi
[4:11] <mr_sparkle> ebarch: could you containerize something like retropie
[4:11] <JakeSays> well, i tend to use a pi for one particular use, so docker wouldn't be much of an advantage for me
[4:11] <mr_sparkle> what do you use it for
[4:11] <JakeSays> me?
[4:12] <mr_sparkle> yeah
[4:12] <ebarch> docker gets a little tricky when you're trying to do graphical stuff. i've only ever used it for server/daemons/console apps. but with enough persistence it's probably possible (although dunno how much you'd gain from doing it)
[4:12] <JakeSays> i have one running znc, one controlling a custom alarm clock and one for messing around with
[4:13] <JakeSays> i have a couple others waiting to be used
[4:13] <ebarch> i think docker usually makes more sense for full blown servers. cool to play with on the pi at the very least
[4:13] <ebarch> it will be more interesting when more of the docker images are build for ARM
[4:13] <mr_sparkle> exactly we need docker pi apps
[4:13] <mr_sparkle> thats the opportunity
[4:14] <JakeSays> yeah just dont make it the default/a requirement
[4:14] <JakeSays> there's already enough of those
[4:14] <mr_sparkle> now you can flash whatever img you want
[4:14] <ebarch> JakeSays: haha, yup. you could end up w/ something like this http://rancher.com/rancher-os/
[4:15] <mr_sparkle> great project
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[4:15] <JakeSays> oh thats insane
[4:15] <ebarch> haha
[4:16] <JakeSays> i mean i'm sure its useful for lots of things, just way overkill for what i'm doing
[4:16] <mr_sparkle> man
[4:16] <mr_sparkle> docker inc is sure on its game
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[4:16] <raspberrypifan> weird
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[4:17] <mr_sparkle> is there a way to have the pi record the audio/video of a webpage
[4:17] <mr_sparkle> actaully. a screenrecord is what im looking for
[4:17] <JakeSays> that would have to be implemented in the client browser
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[4:19] <no-se> —would like to run a web-server on a rbpi2, which on is people recommending?
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[4:19] <raspberrypifan> whats the difference of a container and an exe type package
[4:20] <JakeSays> raspberrypifan: a container isolates each contained process from all other processes. the process thinks its the only thing on the machine
[4:20] <no-se> —would like to run a web-server on a rbpi2, which OS is people recommending?
[4:20] <JakeSays> no-se: really? one minute?
[4:20] <no-se> would debian be ok, or it is an overkill?
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[4:21] <Xeek> I would run arch, but it can be a little difficult to install if you're used to the easy install of debian
[4:21] <Xark> no-se: The standard Raspbian would be a fine choice for this.
[4:21] <no-se> JakeSays: made a misspell the 1st time around. sorry about that.
[4:21] <raspberrypifan> who keeps track of using too much memory then
[4:21] <Xeek> with arch you can go much more minimal, only get what you need
[4:21] <Xark> no-se: Disable boot to desktop, install LAMP stuff and you are set.
[4:21] <JakeSays> no-se: lol ah ok. no prob
[4:22] <ebarch> raspbian lite works great, no bloat
[4:22] <Xeek> Xark: he oculd just get raspbian jesse lite ... no GUI
[4:22] <Xark> no-se: Arch is fine too (but more of a PITA and end result is fine with Jessie).
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[4:22] <ebarch> lighttpd or nginx would be lightweight in terms of resources
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[4:22] <JakeSays> Xark: based on this: https://learn.adafruit.com/system/assets/assets/000/013/040/original/raspberry_pi_pitftschem.png?1387563188 - can you tell if the hardware reset on the 9341 is connected to a gpio pin?
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[4:23] <mr_sparkle> of course the one thing docker cant solve is the device driver problem with linux
[4:23] <JakeSays> to me it looks like its tied high
[4:24] <ebarch> mr_sparkle: http://mindthecode.com/recording-a-website-with-phantomjs-and-ffmpeg/
[4:24] <raspberrypifan> also does it run on the zero
[4:24] <Xark> JakeSays: Yep, me too.
[4:25] <JakeSays> ok cool
[4:25] <JakeSays> thanks
[4:25] <Xark> JakeSays: Typically the code does a "soft-reset" at init.
[4:25] <mr_sparkle> ebarch: thanks ive used phantomjs before.
[4:25] <JakeSays> Xark: yeah
[4:26] * Xark notes it is possible to "crash" the LCD where it needs hard reset (with bad commands etc.). :)
[4:26] <JakeSays> Xark: i'm implementing those bridge functions
[4:26] <Xark> JakeSays: Cool
[4:26] <no-se> Xeek, Xark, ebarch, i see, thanks for your inputs. i appreciate it!
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[4:30] <mr_sparkle> cant ifnd that damn video cam
[4:31] <JakeSays> Xark: https://github.com/joan2937/pigpio/blob/master/pigpio.h#L2615 - do you know what configuration values i'd use for the pitft?
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[4:38] <Xark> Not really, no. I haven't used that API (nor PiTFT).
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[4:39] <JakeSays> Xark: ah ok.
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[4:41] <Xark> JakeSays: I recall it was basically standard Arduino SPI. SPI mode 0, MSBFIRST
[4:41] <JakeSays> the data sheet should tell me, shouldnt it?
[4:42] <Xark> JakeSays: Sure.
[4:42] <Xark> (page 33 - assuming you have same datasheet)
[4:43] <Xark> 7.1.8
[4:43] <JakeSays> i have this one: https://www.adafruit.com/datasheets/ILI9341.pdf
[4:43] <Xark> I think that is the one I have
[4:44] <Xark> No, I have a non-prelim one (V1.11 not V1.02).
[4:45] <JakeSays> hmm
[4:46] <Xark> http://www.hpinfotech.ro/ILI9341.pdf
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[4:47] <JakeSays> ah cool. thanks
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[5:09] <JakeSays> ok i'm way over-thinking this
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[5:14] <D34dMan> :( i spend whole night yeseterday getting my usb mic connected to soundcard record properly... now after a boot its all gone :/
[5:14] <D34dMan> reboot*
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[5:41] <D34dMan> this is awesome, another reboot fixed it :D
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[5:41] <D34dMan> all this time i thought i forgot to save some settings
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[5:43] <JakeSays> Xark: looks like the data/command selection is done via gpio 25
[5:44] <Xark> JakeSays: Cool.
[5:44] <Xark> Probably better than messing with "9 bit" SPI. :)
[5:44] <JakeSays> lol definitely. flipping a gpio pin i can handle
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[6:03] <mr_sparkle> this is one badass case https://www.raspberrypi.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/05/IMG_2020.jpg
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