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IRC Log for 2016-02-02

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[0:00] <sockofleas> id rather not restart this whole thing
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[0:00] <Tenkawa> it "shouldnt"
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[0:00] <sockofleas> oh wait
[0:00] <sockofleas> something happened
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[0:00] <Tenkawa> did it finish?
[0:01] <sockofleas> yeah i think so
[0:01] <ShorTie> if it's been more then about 10 minutes, i'd say it's not workin right imho
[0:01] <sockofleas> it too 2500 seconds
[0:01] <sockofleas> *took
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[0:01] <Tenkawa> ShorTie: with bad sd cards on a mac it can easily take longer
[0:01] <sockofleas> thats 40 mins
[0:01] <Tenkawa> I've seen it
[0:01] <sockofleas> mac has built in sd card reader
[0:01] <sockofleas> my first installation on a sandisk did not take this long
[0:02] <sockofleas> i just got the knockoff brand sd
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[0:02] <Tenkawa> sockofleas: yeah its fairly picky about sd quality
[0:02] <Tenkawa> good thing is though it sounds like its ready to go
[0:02] <sockofleas> ever heard of Verbatim SDs?
[0:02] <sockofleas> yup
[0:02] <Tenkawa> ye
[0:02] <Tenkawa> p
[0:02] <DreadWingKnight> verbatims should be decent quality
[0:02] <Tenkawa> i do not like verbatim
[0:02] <gordonDrogon> Verbatim? Now there's a name I've not heard in a long time ...
[0:02] <Tenkawa> DreadWingKnight: not in my experience/...not consistently anyway
[0:03] <sockofleas> i only trust sandisk
[0:03] <Valduare> anyone think of something cool to do with an old multi meter that the lcd is busted on
[0:03] <DreadWingKnight> key words: SHOULD BE
[0:03] <Tenkawa> DreadWingKnight: indeed
[0:03] <gordonDrogon> I have a few boxes of Verbatim 5.25" floppys...
[0:03] <Tenkawa> Valduare: wire it up to an external controller?
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[0:03] <Tenkawa> gordonDrogon: haahaa havent seen those in ages
[0:03] <DreadWingKnight> I tend to land in store brand or duracell if there's a price issue when buying them
[0:03] <Valduare> how?
[0:03] <Valduare> what?
[0:04] <Tenkawa> DreadWingKnight: the wires/pins forthe old lcd are still ok right>
[0:04] <Tenkawa> ?
[0:04] <Tenkawa> er
[0:04] <Tenkawa> Valduare:
[0:04] <Valduare> ya
[0:04] <Tenkawa> there ya go
[0:04] <Valduare> i wouldnt…. even how in the world would you even do anything with the lcd pinout
[0:04] <Tenkawa> get the wiring schematic and then you can build a remote display
[0:05] <Tenkawa> not saying it would be useful
[0:05] <Tenkawa> just something to do with it
[0:05] <Tenkawa> hehehh
[0:06] <Valduare> think i’ll just have to scrap it
[0:06] <t3chguy> I may have just snapped a layer of my PiBow Zero :L
[0:06] <Valduare> some switches and stuff
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[0:06] * Tenkawa remembers using his old oscilliscope back in the 80's
[0:06] <Tenkawa> t3chguy: eeek
[0:06] <Tenkawa> sorry to hear
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[0:07] <Valduare> its a mastech multimeter
[0:08] <Valduare> interesting it has 18pin header on it single row
[0:08] <Valduare> might be useful for the pi zero I got heh
[0:08] <Tenkawa> heheheh
[0:08] <Tenkawa> gotta run... cheers all
[0:09] <Tenkawa> sockofleas: good luck with the new install
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[0:09] <t3chguy> huh
[0:09] <t3chguy> the pHat DAC seems to emit noise
[0:09] <t3chguy> a high pitched quiet screech
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[0:12] <gordonDrogon> http://unicorn.drogon.net/IMG_20160201_231102.jpg
[0:13] <BurtyB> old school :)
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[0:15] <pyroxide> woah 5.25
[0:15] <pyroxide> you're so edgy
[0:15] <DreadWingKnight> headless as400 in the 80s
[0:15] <gordonDrogon> 160KB of storage on each side of thise :)
[0:16] <ozzzy_> we had 5MB removable platters for the PDP11s
[0:17] <gordonDrogon> 5? I think the one I used was 1.5.
[0:18] <ozzzy_> I heard a rumour at the time that they made 50MB platters... I assumed that they were just lies
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[0:19] <gordonDrogon> I often wish I could get a pdp11 - first unix computer I used was an 11/40. however space, time, money, etc.
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[0:21] <sockofleas> hey guys
[0:21] <sockofleas> i dont know if any of u were listening to my conversation with tenkawa
[0:21] <sockofleas> but i just installed raspbian
[0:21] <sockofleas> how can i connect to the pi without a screen?
[0:21] <Habbie> ssh
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[0:22] <DreadWingKnight> GPIO serial connection or ssh
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[0:22] <sockofleas> i want to use my desktop as a screen, i have the ethernet connecting them
[0:22] <Habbie> yeah serial also works
[0:22] <Habbie> then set up VNC i think
[0:22] <Habbie> via ssh or serial :)
[0:22] <sockofleas> i used to have vnc set up
[0:22] <sockofleas> but i cant seem to ssh into it
[0:22] <sockofleas> i tried all the ip addresses from 192.168.1.2 to 192.168.1.15
[0:22] <Habbie> nmap may help
[0:22] <sockofleas> it doesnt show up on my router
[0:23] <Habbie> or ask your router
[0:23] <Habbie> ok
[0:23] <Habbie> do the LEDs suggest it is booted?
[0:23] <ozzzy_> I had a PDP11/34 given to me... with a platter drive and decwriter
[0:23] <sockofleas> the green was flashing, yes, and now its flashing very lightly and at long, regular intervals
[0:23] <sockofleas> *dimly not lightly
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[0:26] <sockofleas> also, the command im running is: ssh pi@192.168.1.10
[0:26] <sockofleas> replacing 10 with various numbers
[0:26] <sockofleas> any ideas?
[0:27] <Habbie> nmap -sP 192.168.1.0/24
[0:27] <GreeningGalaxy> arp-scan may be faster
[0:27] <Habbie> or attach HDMI and a usb keyboard
[0:27] <sockofleas> it says nmap is not a command
[0:27] <sockofleas> i dont have hdmi
[0:27] <Habbie> GreeningGalaxy, good call, but i think nmap is similarly smart
[0:27] <Habbie> i have to go, good luck sockofleas
[0:27] <Valduare> anyone think they could help me diagnose a radioshack 12v 3 amp power supply thats not outputting anything
[0:27] <sockofleas> thanks
[0:28] <GreeningGalaxy> sockofleas: a slightly more involved but more long-term effective solution I have used in the past is to make the pi email me its ip address every time it boots up
[0:29] <sockofleas> i had a vnc server before
[0:29] <GreeningGalaxy> if you have another linux computer, there are tutorials for how to chroot into the pi's SD card
[0:29] <sockofleas> i dont have one
[0:29] <GreeningGalaxy> alright
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[0:31] <sockofleas> im gonna try connecting it to the router
[0:31] <GreeningGalaxy> your best bet is probably network-scanning stuff
[0:31] <GreeningGalaxy> yeah, the router will probably help
[0:32] <GreeningGalaxy> there's also an android app called Fing that does the same things as nmap if you have an android device
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[0:34] <GreeningGalaxy> if you're not already there, you could try logging into the router's http interface. it should have a list of devices on the network with addresses.
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[0:35] <sockofleas> it wasnt showing up there
[0:35] <GreeningGalaxy> odd
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[0:36] <DreadWingKnight> nmap probably needs cygwin on windows to get quickly
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[0:36] <sir_galahad_ad> wrat?
[0:37] <sir_galahad_ad> i'm pretty sure there is or was an nmap port for windows, but it did require installing pcap
[0:37] <sockofleas> GreeningGalaxy: it probably wasnt connected, idk
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[0:39] <GreeningGalaxy> In any case, I don't envy trying to set up headless. I've on occasion run across campus to find a screen rather than try.
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[0:39] <devslash> I set up SSL on my PI using a self signed certificate. When I visit my site in Firefox, it asked me to trust the first time I visited the site then loads with the green padlock. Chrome puts a red line through https and complains that the page is unsecure broken https. How do i get chrome to trust my self signed certificate ?
[0:40] <xamindar> chrome and IE suck in this regard, just use firefox
[0:41] <xamindar> they seem to have some thing about taking control away from the users
[0:41] <GreeningGalaxy> yeah, I was debating saying something like that. My fix for "chrome won't" is usually "firefox"
[0:41] <devslash> thats kinda dumb...
[0:41] <GreeningGalaxy> yeah, it is.
[0:41] <chithead> you can set up your own certificate authority and install that in chrome
[0:42] <devslash> so if I use a self signed cert I have no choice but to see a red error
[0:42] <devslash> chithead how do you do tha
[0:42] <xamindar> taking control away from the user in the name of security seems to be the theme this year
[0:42] <GreeningGalaxy> i thought that was last year's theme
[0:42] <xamindar> oh maybe lol. it's the google theme right now
[0:42] <Chillum> I really wish that SSL was only used to avoid mitm attacks and not used as some sort of method of assigning trust from upon high
[0:43] <xamindar> right? why should we just blindly trust some cert authority to be perfect?
[0:43] <Chillum> considering near anyone can pay enough to become one
[0:44] <chithead> devslash: use openssl to create a ca, then make a certificate and signing request for the pi, and then sign it with your ca. it is a lengthy process but straightforward
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[0:44] <chithead> https://help.ubuntu.com/12.04/serverguide/certificates-and-security.html#certificate-authority
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[0:47] <GreeningGalaxy> I guess at first "taking control away from the user in the name of security" made me think "windows 10" but that's not even really in the name of security, just market analytics.
[0:47] <devslash> chithead, if I install my own cert authority, wont chrome still say that the cert is not from a trusted authority
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[0:48] <chithead> devslash: if you install your certificate authority in chrome, then it will accept all certificates signed by that authority
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[0:53] <anabain> which desktop environment do you recommend for raspbian on a raspberry pi 2?
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[0:54] <sir_galahad_ad> bash!
[0:54] * sir_galahad_ad ducks
[0:54] <anabain> too spartan, sir_galahad_ad
[0:54] <sir_galahad_ad> anabain: did you not see 300? Spartans are badass!
[0:55] <sir_galahad_ad> hmmmm apologies if the previous sentence broke the rules. some times i type faster than i think
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[0:57] <anabain> hint: I'm used to kde, but I want a compromise between "nicehood" and efficiency, if possible
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[0:58] <Valduare> what type of sensor would be best to detect if a person walks by
[0:58] <Valduare> ultrasonic?
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[1:08] <sir_galahad_ad> could use a light sensor with a laser point pointed at it :P
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[1:31] <Valduare> hoping for solution that is allinclusive
[1:31] <Jezz> Hi all, when looking a Keyboard shortcuts, i see references too ^C and M-A. I know the ^C means press Ctrl C, but not sure whe the M is in M-A.
[1:31] <Valduare> ie no point B
[1:31] <at0m> Jezz: m for Meta, usually Alt
[1:32] <Jezz> Thanks at0m.
[1:32] <at0m> meta or modifier, idk.
[1:33] <Jezz> its ok.. your reply help me lots, its been puzzling me for a few weeks now.
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[1:40] <Tenkawa> _mak: any luck?
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[1:54] <jossypoo> yo yo yo waddup nerds
[1:54] <jossypoo> anyone know how to VNC over USB only
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[2:01] <Chillum> does your client system support usb host?
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[2:01] <Chillum> in theory a pi zero can be put into usb host mode and present itself as a network device whatever it is plguged into
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[2:06] <jossypoo> that's a good idea
[2:07] <jossypoo> i didn't think of that
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[2:18] <Chillum> though if it is in usb host mode, not sure how you are going to hookup the keyboard and mouse
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[2:35] <sockofleas> GreeningGalaxy: u still here?
[2:35] <sockofleas> i plugged it into the router and still couldn't get it on
[2:36] <GreeningGalaxy> hmm
[2:37] <sockofleas> should i try reinstalling jessie on the sd
[2:38] <GreeningGalaxy> you could, but I don't know why the ethernet wouldn't be automatically working
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[2:40] <sockofleas> i unplugged it and plugged it back in
[2:40] <sockofleas> gonna try again
[2:40] <GreeningGalaxy> okay
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[2:41] <sockofleas> it doesnt show up on my router's map
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[2:41] <GreeningGalaxy> are the ethernet lights coming on?
[2:42] <sockofleas> the lights on the pi's ethernet port?
[2:42] <sockofleas> yes
[2:44] <sockofleas> fuck
[2:44] <sockofleas> oh crap i cant say that
[2:44] <sockofleas> sorry
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[2:45] <sockofleas> im going to have to reinstall the os
[2:45] <sockofleas> idk what could have gone wrong
[2:46] <jossypoo> so is there any way to power a rpi2 b+ and send data over the same USB port?
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[2:47] <jossypoo> if not, could i just splice a microusb and take the data lines and put them on a USB type-A plug while keeping the power on the micro plug?
[2:47] <jossypoo> so i'd give power to the device and still have data lines to talk to my computer with
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[2:49] <sockofleas> GreeningGalaxy: u were right
[2:49] <sockofleas> the ethernet lights werent on
[2:49] <sockofleas> they were on before though
[2:49] <sockofleas> i cant understand this
[2:50] <GreeningGalaxy> jossypoo: theoretically yes. You should be able to power a pi at any point on its 5V rail, and I think that includes the USB hub. not 100% about that though
[2:51] <jossypoo> GreeningGalaxy: from what i'm reading they removed support for that in the B+ because it was a dangerous oversight or something
[2:51] <GreeningGalaxy> ah
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[2:51] <jossypoo> GreeningGalaxy: the microusb's data lines aren't connected at all
[2:51] <jossypoo> so what i'm thinking is using the microusb for power only, then making a physical splice on the cable and running the data pins to the usb A ports
[2:51] <jossypoo> *data lines
[2:51] <jossypoo> i'm not sure if that would work though
[2:52] <GreeningGalaxy> you can just power it through the GPIO
[2:52] <GreeningGalaxy> wiring up to the micro USB sounds like a hassle
[2:52] <jossypoo> well the whole reason for this is to use one usb port on my laptop
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[2:52] <jossypoo> does the gpio 5v in have a fuse?
[2:53] <GreeningGalaxy> well, what kind of data are you trying to send?
[2:53] <Jezz> * jossypoo No.
[2:53] <jossypoo> i'm doing IR camera detection to find hotspots in an image
[2:53] <jossypoo> and then i'm going to be sending the points it finds over USB to the host computer
[2:54] <jossypoo> so, low bandwidth but preferably high transfer time
[2:54] <GreeningGalaxy> I thought the pins of the GPIO were just wired in the same place as the micro USB
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[2:54] <jossypoo> Jezz: so there's no fuse?
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[2:54] <Jezz> AFIK not on the GPIO side.
[2:54] <jossypoo> dang
[2:55] <jossypoo> so if it draws too much power it'd potentially break, i'd rather not fuck with that
[2:56] <GreeningGalaxy> http://raspberrypi.stackexchange.com/questions/1617/how-do-i-supply-power-through-the-gpio this seems to corroborate that, yeah.
[2:56] <jossypoo> like, if i accidentally plug it into a usb 3.0 port it could destroy it from 900mA? :P
[2:58] <GreeningGalaxy> uh, I doubt it? I don't think the pi limits itself based on what's available
[2:58] <sockofleas> u can plug it into usb3 no problem, im pretty sure
[2:58] <Jezz> plug it into a 5v 5A supply and it will be fine..
[2:58] <GreeningGalaxy> I guess theoretically having a beefier power source means more opportunity for badness if you accidentally short the GPIO or something, but I don't think it would be any different for typical operation
[2:59] <Jezz> just if something goes wrong, its usually a bigger bang ;)
[2:59] <GreeningGalaxy> I've run my pi on battery packs rated to put out 3A, no problem
[2:59] <jossypoo> interesting
[2:59] <jossypoo> sounds good
[2:59] <jossypoo> i'll definitely go that route then
[2:59] <jossypoo> so usb A to A with the voltage spliced to GPIO 5v in would work
[3:00] <jossypoo> and the data lines should still work as well
[3:00] <GreeningGalaxy> i've never done data transfer between the pi and a computer over usb before
[3:00] <GreeningGalaxy> that is, another computer
[3:01] <jossypoo> i've done it with other linux machines, as long as it can act as a slave i know what i'm doing
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[3:02] <jossypoo> wow you can't use the rpi as a slave :/
[3:03] <jossypoo> 2b+ anyway
[3:03] <sockofleas> GreeningGalaxy: im starting over from scratch. does it matter which partition format i choose for the image?
[3:03] <jossypoo> or whatever 2b
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[3:12] <ascheel> Small question wrt ws2811. I'm attempting to get it running through the gpio and https://github.com/jgarff/rpi_ws281x says: 'Converting the output from a Raspberry Pi GPIO/PWM to a higher voltage through a level shifter is required.' Does this simply mean that if using an RPi, I can't just hook the data line up to a GPIO and roll with it? (Powered externally, not ia Pi)
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[3:12] <jossypoo> damn, this is so silly. the rpi2 b+ not being able to run as a USB slave is probably the biggest oversight of all time
[3:13] <jossypoo> so now i have to use serial to USB in order to do what i want, and it makes the whole thing a bigger PITA
[3:13] <GreeningGalaxy> there's a pi2 B+? I thought there was only a B+ of the pi1
[3:13] <jossypoo> considering using a beaglebone instead
[3:13] <jossypoo> yeah i'm dumb
[3:13] <jossypoo> i meant b
[3:13] <ascheel> GreeningGalaxy: The Pi 2 is really called the Pi 2 B+
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[3:13] <GreeningGalaxy> thats confusing
[3:13] <ascheel> Sorry, not B+
[3:13] <ascheel> just B
[3:13] <GreeningGalaxy> oh ok thats what i thought
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[3:14] <GreeningGalaxy> no pi2 model A, but that makes sense because it's hard to imagine what it would be useful for
[3:14] <GreeningGalaxy> "not as good as the pi2 B, but more power hungry than the p1 A+"
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[3:17] <pksato> I think, RPi can be a B+, due 40pin GPIO header.
[3:18] <GreeningGalaxy> is that what makes a b+ a b+?
[3:19] <GreeningGalaxy> the nomenclature is a bit arbitrary; that seems like reading a lot into it
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[3:21] <pksato> Original version of raspberry pi have a 26 pins GPIO, two variants, A and B.
[3:22] <pksato> Original version have some variation, add a extra gpio header.
[3:23] <pksato> next modification add two USB and 40pin GPIO header (no other header), and named as B+.
[3:24] <GreeningGalaxy> that's self-consistent, but I've not seen the pi2 called a B+ on anything official before.
[3:24] <pksato> RPi 2 have a 4 USB, 40pin header, that make it a B+ variety.
[3:24] <DWKnight> the board layout on the pi2 matches the B+
[3:24] <sir_galahad_ad> is there not a pi 2 A?
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[3:25] <DWKnight> not yet that I know of
[3:25] <GreeningGalaxy> I agree that what you're saying makes sense, but I've just never seen it used in anything official before so it's hard to say that it's "canon" as it were.
[3:25] <DWKnight> the official stuff calls it the pi 2 model b
[3:25] <DWKnight> although the board is b+
[3:26] <pksato> and, not exists strip version of RPI2 to call as RPI2 A+
[3:26] <sir_galahad_ad> basically the pi 2 b has the same ports and gpio as the B+ so they're completely compatible in that way, but the pi 2 has more mem and a faster proc
[3:28] <DWKnight> pi2 compute module would also be nice at some point
[3:28] <GreeningGalaxy> yeah, my pi2 board says "Raspberry Pi 2 Model B V1.1" no mention of +
[3:29] <GreeningGalaxy> naively, I suspect that they're planning a further-improved version that will be the pi2 B+, but rationally I don't know.
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[3:29] <DWKnight> GreeningGalaxy: 2 usb ports or 4
[3:29] <GreeningGalaxy> 4
[3:29] <sir_galahad_ad> i tend to doubt it
[3:29] <GreeningGalaxy> heh, since my pitft and pi2 came in the same box, I've spent a woefully small amount of time looking at the actual board
[3:30] <GreeningGalaxy> it's a pretty thing
[3:30] <DWKnight> GreeningGalaxy: (h)top on like raspbian will give you info
[3:30] <sir_galahad_ad> mmm
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[3:30] <sir_galahad_ad> just think 14 years ago a computer with the same power would've costs 30 times more and been in a desktop case :p
[3:30] <DWKnight> I've got a model B next to me (2 usb ports) and a model 2 downstairs (4 usb ports with quad core cpu)
[3:31] <DWKnight> and probably closer to 18 years sir_galahad_ad
[3:32] <pksato> ascheel: not need shift level to use ws281x, just power VCC and/or VDD with 5V (6V from datasheet)
[3:32] <sir_galahad_ad> eeeeeeh
[3:32] <pksato> ops... ot not.
[3:32] <sir_galahad_ad> i'm having trouble picturing a gig of memory in 98
[3:33] <GreeningGalaxy> ive got a B (first revision) and a 2 (bought a couple weeks ago)
[3:33] <sir_galahad_ad> the computer i had in 98 had 32MB
[3:34] <sir_galahad_ad> which was not top of the line, but still a far cry from what the pi has
[3:34] <pksato> I was wrong. about ws281x.
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[3:36] <ascheel> pksato: thank you very much. Can you please explain why a diode is used here: https://learn.adafruit.com/neopixels-on-raspberry-pi/wiring ?
[3:36] <pksato> Input need to be 0.7V of VDD. Or 3.5V if VDD is 5V. The datasheet is not clear.
[3:37] <ascheel> pksato: "or not"? :) about what part were you wrong?
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[3:37] <ascheel> pksato: Please explain what VDD is.
[3:37] <Valduare> sending a pi zero 20 years into the past would be a cool youtube video heh
[3:38] <pksato> Led positive voltage.
[3:39] <pksato> ws281x have two positive power input. one for logic and other to leds.
[3:39] <ascheel> Understood.
[3:39] <ascheel> pksato: is the one for logic the 'data'?
[3:39] <pksato> logic is VCC, and led is VDD
[3:40] <pksato> but, Din use VDD.
[3:40] <pksato> and, on split VCC and VDD are connected.
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[3:40] <pksato> confusing datasheet...
[3:41] <ascheel> What do you mean, on split? Also, full disclosure: I'm not using a "NEOPIXEL" string of LEDs. I'm using a string with the same pinouts and same chipset. Should it wire the same as Adafruit's NEOPIXELs? So far as I can tell, they're the same thing.
[3:41] <pksato> diode on serie with VCC is a easy way.
[3:42] <pksato> yes.
[3:42] <ascheel> thank you
[3:43] <ascheel> Are you pksato on Reddit, by chance?
[3:43] <pksato> rpi related, no.
[3:43] <ascheel> ah, ok. Was just wondering.
[3:43] <pksato> bed time. bye.
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[3:43] <ascheel> Thank you for the answers.
[3:43] <ascheel> annnnnnnnnd he's gone
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[3:47] <GreeningGalaxy> can someone remind me how to make fstab not care if the target filesystem doesnt exist on boot?
[3:47] <GreeningGalaxy> I just want it to automount my flash drive and then not act like the world is ending if it isn't there
[3:50] <GreeningGalaxy> nevermind, I'll deal with it tomorrow. sleeep.
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[4:18] <[Saint]> So...uhhhh......what's the 'virtualization provider de jour'?
[4:18] <[Saint]> Virtualbox? VMware? LXC? $OTHER?
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[4:20] <ozzzy_> I rather liked virtualbox
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[4:20] <[Saint]> Past tense?
[4:20] <ozzzy_> I don't use them anymore
[4:20] <[Saint]> Ah.
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[4:45] <veebull> hey there
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[4:46] <veebull> is there a way to setup a RPi for headless with wifi, without first connecting to it via ethernet?
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[4:50] <methuzla> veebull https://learn.adafruit.com/adafruits-raspberry-pi-lesson-5-using-a-console-cable/overview
[4:51] <veebull> methuzla: Thanks!
[4:51] <veebull> Lets say that hypothetically (or not) that my console cable is at home.
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[4:52] <veebull> I do have an ethernet cable, just no router to plug the Pi into.
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[4:52] <veebull> I seem to recall there was a way to plug the Pi directly to the laptop using cat5, but I'm not having any luck finding it.
[4:53] <veebull> I was kind of hoping there was a way to pre-configure the wifi on the card, so when I pop it in the Pi and power it up, it would automagically find the network - and from there I could ssh into it as per normal.
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[5:39] <veebull> Not exactly what I was looking for, but closer:
[5:39] <veebull> https://pihw.wordpress.com/guides/direct-network-connection/
[5:39] <veebull> in case anyone else is looking for something similar
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[5:42] <Eternias> hi
[5:42] <Eternias> is it possibl to do airplay or mirroring using raspberry pi?
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[5:47] <CoJaBo> ?
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[6:13] <Crom> anyone find a decent ebay usb hub with power supply for use with a zero?
[6:15] <Crom> ugh... waiting for my hdmi switch to show up so I can switch between the RPiB+, RPiZ, and blueray player. I have a couple of those crappy ebay 10 port hubs, but they only seem to do USB 1.1
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[6:21] <Macgyver0> hub might be aight if u resolder all jacks with lead, and toss the power supply in trash if u value safety devices/personal. Its sad you have to do teardown before using 50% of china junk.. Half of em have dodgy power supplys and no polyfuses on usb jacks or caps. Hit n miss
[6:22] * ShorTie Thinkz, You get what you pay for
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[6:24] <Macgyver0> sortof, but alot of the time manufacturer saves 5% by making essentially trash vs usable bulletproof product
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[6:52] <Crom> well I don't drive so it's either Amazon or ebay
[6:55] <ShorTie> same here, but not for lack of driving but nothing around for a hundred miles or so
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[6:56] <Crom> ugh my machine with 4GB RAM died so I'm stuck using this ITX board with 1GB and XP runs so slow..
[6:57] <Macgyver0> heh "updates"
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[6:57] <Crom> ordered a AMD dual core 1.4Ghz motherboard and 8GB of RAM and upgrade this Mini-box.com case
[6:58] <Crom> actually found a ITX case that'll hold a DVD burner and 2 3.5" HD's I'll move into that case
[6:59] <Crom> the 2TB drive will be a nice fit in that
[6:59] <Crom> I spent way to much money this week
[6:59] <[Saint]> Oooooohhhhhh! It _is_ a valid key, craptard!
[6:59] <Crom> and 2 routers
[6:59] <[Saint]> Stoopid Windows 10...grumble grumble.
[7:00] <[Saint]> I have 20 product keys, and, apparently, someone has managed to register them all before me.
[7:00] <[Saint]> Every. Single. One. ...invalid/in use.
[7:00] <[Saint]> (and, yes, they're all genuine)
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[7:00] <Macgyver0> gotta use microsoft toolkit or kmspico
[7:00] <Crom> oh yeah just upgraded my laptop to winbloz 10 as well...
[7:01] <ShorTie> tried the Windows 10, not a fan of it, so back to 7
[7:01] <ShorTie> like my xp back, lol.
[7:01] <[Saint]> It's a sad sad world when you've got to hack your own official version of Windows with a valid product key in order to actually install it.
[7:01] <Crom> [Saint], well EOS on XP was starting to get to me...
[7:01] <Macgyver0> I put it on ancient single core 2gb vista notebook on extra hdd for lolz.. its better than expected after you install classic shell and turn 100 'features' off
[7:01] <[Saint]> I take it there's product key generators that work all too well for Win 10, then?
[7:02] <[Saint]> Because it seems as though someone has beaten me to them all.
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[7:02] <[Saint]> Seriously, I sat here and unwrapped the packaging on 20 different multi-seat Win 10 disks I got from a conference.
[7:02] <[Saint]> All registered already.
[7:02] <[Saint]> Every single one.
[7:02] <[Saint]> <grumble>
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[7:37] <bopr> anybody using the adafruit 3" lcd screens?
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[7:41] <sponge-tmp> bopr: nope, but id like to have one
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[7:55] <ShorTie> fwi: you can use an old laptop screen for a screen
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[7:57] <Chillum> ShorTie: don't you need a special controller for those?
[7:57] <SopaXT-phone> Remember that guy who transmitted tv on ESP8266?
[7:57] <SopaXT-phone> I'm doing the same with a RasPI
[7:57] <ShorTie> ya you need an adapter
[7:58] <Chillum> SopaXT-phone: neat
[7:58] <SopaXT-phone> If I clock the core at 199MHz, I can transmit at 49.75
[7:58] <SopaXT-phone> via SPI
[7:58] <SopaXT-phone> attaching an antenna to MOSI
[7:58] <bopr> sponge-tmp, it's not overly expensive. Basically i have it hooked up and working, now i
[7:59] <bopr> i'm trying to figure out what i should program in to make a small user interface for it
[7:59] <SopaXT-phone> ShorTie, no. I am abusing the SPI interface
[7:59] <bopr> the resolution is rediculously low
[7:59] <sponge-tmp> maybe some color animation ?
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[7:59] <sponge-tmp> a "walking text" or what its called
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[8:00] <SopaXT-phone> nope, I just did /generate/ the signal
[8:00] <SopaXT-phone> need to test it on a TV
[8:00] <SopaXT-phone> muhahahaha
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[8:00] <bopr> python works alright but i don't know how to make it employ the touchscreen
[8:01] <SopaXT-phone> Look, we need to clock the core at 199MHz (is the cpufreq precise?)
[8:01] <SopaXT-phone> 199/4=49.75 (TV channel 1)
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[8:02] <SopaXT-phone> Clocking SPI at 199/2 we can put out the bits as follows
[8:02] <SopaXT-phone> 10 equals to carrier presence
[8:02] <SopaXT-phone> 00 - carrier absent
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[8:02] <SopaXT-phone> 0x55 creates a carrier at 49.75M
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[8:42] <ThUnD3r|Gr33n> Morning guys
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[9:11] <ScrumpyJack> morning
[9:13] <ThUnD3r|Gr33n> ScrumpyJack: hi
[9:14] <ScrumpyJack> i'm wondering if my compositor can take advantage of the GPU on the RPi
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[9:27] <ThUnD3r|Gr33n> .
[9:27] <ThUnD3r|Gr33n> ScrumpyJack: sorry I'm not familiar with this :(
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[9:29] <shiftplusone> ScrumpyJack: if you use dispmanx or something similar, sure.
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[9:32] <ScrumpyJack> I use compton
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[9:40] <shiftplusone> Oh, I thought 'my' meant you wrote it.
[9:40] <shiftplusone> I know wayland has pi support, but I am not familiar with the details.
[9:41] <shiftplusone> whoops.... compton isn't wayland-specific is it?
[9:41] <shiftplusone> yeah, scratch all that. >.>
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[9:41] <shiftplusone> compton should be accelerated if you use anholt's driver
[9:42] <shiftplusone> If it doesn't crash anyway
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[9:48] <swatti> pi2+touch screen 7"(DSI)+win10iot(last)..always black screen. perhaps someone's idea? Edit the config.txt?
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[12:41] <knob> Good morning!
[12:42] <knob> I got the rPi and rPi-cam to work via RTSP yesterday. Awesometastic. Works super.
[12:42] <knob> And the load on the rPi is minimal... I thought it was going to be "encoding" or "transcoding" constantly.
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[13:04] <ScrumpyJack> anholt's driver?
[13:05] <ScrumpyJack> is that someone? is there stuff on github?
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[13:08] <ScrumpyJack> ok, the mesa guy
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[13:11] <ScrumpyJack> is vc4 in raspbian?
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[13:25] <gordonDrogon> afternoon...
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[13:27] <Davespice> hi all
[13:28] <Davespice> if anyone is following the Astro Pi mission here, Tim Peake is deploying and powering on the Astro Pi in the Columbus module this afternoon
[13:28] <Davespice> keep one eye on social media
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[13:34] <Waldi_> hi, is there a way to change the pins of the raspberry pi 2 audio/video jack? i have the problem that my car radio seems to have another pin layout so no video is displayed
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[13:37] <gordonDrogon> Waldi_, not easy - you could get another cable male -> female and solder it to work the right way...
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[13:37] <Waldi_> gordonDrogon: ok, so no software-way?
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[13:44] <t3chguy> no Waldi_
[13:44] <t3chguy> as the PWM to Analogue hardware is tied to the pins physically
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[13:52] <gordonDrogon> Waldi_, no - the video is hard wired back to the SoC.
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[14:22] <Gnjurac> hi
[14:23] <Gnjurac> can i run 2.4v motor on 3.3v whiout destorying it?
[14:23] <gordonDrogon> maybe. some will work, some will overheat and burn. it will depend on the motor.
[14:23] <Gnjurac> oh
[14:24] <gordonDrogon> also - how are you driving it from the Pi? How much current does it need - a Pi GPIO pin may now supply enough to drive the motor directly.
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[14:24] <Gnjurac> and 4.7 on 5v thats like lower then 10% difrence
[14:24] <Gnjurac> am not using Pi at all just asking for Screwdriver xD
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[14:47] <t3chguy> #BilgeTank in 49 hours
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[14:58] <Mead> I found a retail shop to sell me the gpio headers for my Zero for 59 cents yesterday :D
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[14:59] <t3chguy> Mead: neat
[14:59] <Mead> and the headers for rca audio/video out for 10 cents
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[14:59] <t3chguy> I bought 100 rows of 40 single inline headers for 99p
[14:59] <Mead> pence?
[14:59] <Habbie> i wish we had such retail shops
[15:00] <t3chguy> Mead: yeah, British pence
[15:00] <Habbie> nobody in this city sells anything like that
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[15:00] <Mead> living in the DFW area has it's perks
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[15:01] <Mead> now i need to get the nerve up to soldier them to the zero
[15:02] <Mead> I could of spent the whole day looking around that shop
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[15:09] <t3chguy> Mead: soldier them to the zero?
[15:10] <gordonDrogon> solder...
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[15:10] <Armand> Not 'sodder;
[15:10] <gordonDrogon> its just glueing with hot lead...
[15:10] <Armand> '
[15:10] <t3chguy> oh xD
[15:11] <gordonDrogon> *sigh* "sodder" )-:
[15:11] <gordonDrogon> a word of great myrth and confusion ...
[15:11] <gordonDrogon> titter ye not ...
[15:11] <Armand> 'king HATE that
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[15:14] <gordonDrogon> anyway, moving on... soldering isn't that hard.
[15:15] <gordonDrogon> Mead, just take your time and you'll be ok.
[15:16] <hypermist> lets just say i have no ever touched the gpio headers on my pi's i left them basically the same since i've got them xD
[15:16] <gordonDrogon> hypermist, the zero comes without headers - you need to solder them on yourself...
[15:16] <hypermist> I wish i had the money to buy like 10 rasp pi's
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[15:17] <hypermist> gordonDrogon, i know :P, im just saying i still have never touched any thing like that on a pi
[15:17] <t3chguy> gordonDrogon: am I correct that `gpio mode up/down` set it to an input implicitly?
[15:17] <gordonDrogon> t3chguy, no - the up/down/off commands don't touch the direction.
[15:18] <t3chguy> hmm, does gpio read set it to an input implicitly?
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[15:18] <gordonDrogon> no. read reads the pin register - which will reflect the state of a pin in input mode or what you set it to in output mode.
[15:18] <hypermist> anywhere i can get a pi for under 30$ XD?
[15:18] <gordonDrogon> there is nothing explicit in wiringPi.
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[15:19] <gordonDrogon> you can use input mode and the pull up/down's a weak output signals...
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[15:19] <t3chguy> weird gordonDrogon - I simply did `gpio mode 25 up` and was able to `gpio read 25` and it was 1 until I shorted it to ground, which would suggest it was an input
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[15:19] <gordonDrogon> t3chguy, it would have been an input before you did the up command - most pins default to inputs.
[15:20] <gordonDrogon> run: gpio readall to see the pin modes.
[15:20] <gordonDrogon> however this can't read the state of the pull up/downs as these are write only.
[15:21] <hypermist> can i use a non powered usb-otg cable then attach a usb hub to that ? so then instead of having 1 otg to usb i have 4 ?
[15:21] <t3chguy> hypermist: yes, as long as you don't pull too much current from it
[15:21] <hypermist> i mean micro usb..
[15:22] <t3chguy> if you're using rhe Zero then there is no power control circuitry within it
[15:22] <hypermist> well it'd only be powering most likely a usb keyboard or some what
[15:22] <Mead> I've soldered stuff before, and I have a good record with not messing stuff up. But I've never had to do so 44 different points at once
[15:22] <hypermist> well to be able to get a pi zero they have to be instock but sadly are not haha
[15:23] <t3chguy> hypermist: be patient
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[15:23] <t3chguy> I have 3, its not that tricky
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[15:23] <t3chguy> if I was really eager I could have had 7 by now
[15:23] <hypermist> depending on how long i need to wait. cause i really want this D:
[15:23] <t3chguy> at the regulr price
[15:23] <Mead> I bought one at microcenter in a "kit" with a couple dongles and a 2a power supply
[15:23] <t3chguy> regular*
[15:23] <t3chguy> neat
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[15:24] <Mead> strangely the kit didn't include stuff you nreally needed like headers or a USB hub
[15:24] <t3chguy> Mead: you don't need a Hub
[15:24] <t3chguy> all you need is Pi+SD Card+MicroUSB Cable
[15:24] <t3chguy> Mead: https://bit.ovh/2016/01/31/Raspberry-Pi-Zero-Gadget-Mode/
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[15:25] <Mead> t3chguy then how do you connect a mouse, keyboard, and network at the same time?
[15:25] <t3chguy> you can control your pi and give it network access all via another PC
[15:25] <t3chguy> using this method you can set it up, then for when its running doing whatever your project is, you can plug the WiFi back in
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[15:28] <Mead> what is the point of using a pi zero if you have to have a computer to plug it into already? The computer you are plugging it into is more powerful and versitile already.
[15:28] <t3chguy> Mead: the Zero isn't really intended to be a Desktop Computer, its more for IoT Projects
[15:28] <t3chguy> the Pi 2B is more for desktop use, as its powerful enough for a lot more computing tasks
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[15:29] <t3chguy> but yeah, if you're going to use your Zero for a Desktop Environment, then yeah a USB Hub etc will be needed
[15:29] <Mead> I didn't think IoT would run on the Zero, thought MS only did a IoT OS for the Pi b2
[15:29] <Habbie> IoT is a concept
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[15:30] <t3chguy> as Habbie IoT isn't limited to Windows IoT, IoT is just making things smarter
[15:30] <t3chguy> all internet connected raspberry pi projects can be called IoT
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[15:30] <t3chguy> controlling your lights over the internet -> IoT
[15:30] <t3chguy> etc
[15:31] <Mead> I can't wait till everyone puts their lights on the internet and people start getting their houses hacked with lights turning off and on randomly or something
[15:31] <t3chguy> xD Mead
[15:31] <t3chguy> I saw a project that someone did, public access to control his light
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[15:32] <gordonDrogon> there have been various internet controlled xmas tree light projects.
[15:34] <Mead> call me old fashoned but I think somethings are best not connected to the internet
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[15:35] <Mead> I know too much about cyber security to ever think that anything online is ever 100% safe.
[15:35] <Mead> I mean, i can think of dozens of ways to jack with internet connected devices, and I am only quazi evil.
[15:36] <t3chguy> Mead: limit it to your LAN, IoT->NoT (Network of Things)
[15:36] <t3chguy> lol
[15:36] <t3chguy> to be honest, if you're not wanting to open it to the public, its pretty easy to keep it secure, encapsulating it within ssh or similar should be enough, if configured properly
[15:37] <hypermist> so is literally every single retailer that sells pizeros out of stock xD?
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[15:39] <hypermist> take that as a yes :P
[15:39] <Mead> http://www.microcenter.com/product/458835/Raspberry_Pi_Zero_Accessory_Kit
[15:39] <Mead> yeah, sold out
[15:40] <hypermist> instore only XD
[15:40] <Mead> I wonder if a industrial client put in a big order
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[15:41] <Mead> I should sell mine and get a pi b2 instead
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[15:42] <Mead> wonder that I would sell for on Ebay
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[15:42] <Gadgetoid_Pim> <3 Pizero g_ether gadget mode :D
[15:43] <BurtyB> indeed :)
[15:43] <Mead> http://www.ebay.com/itm/NEW-2015-RASPBERRY-PI-ZERO-VALUE-BUNDLE-CABLE-KIT-USB-ADAPTER-HDMI-IN-STOCK-/131711596915?hash=item1eaa9f7973:g:eScAAOSwKtlWpwse
[15:44] <Mead> I feel lucky to have one now
[15:44] <Gadgetoid_Pim> Maybe I should finish my cluster :D
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[15:45] <Gadgetoid_Pim> Love that image going 'round of the hugely expensive and overengineered mainboard with one solitary Pi Zero in it :D
[15:46] <Mead> are they selling that board?
[15:46] <Gadgetoid_Pim> I've not checked where it originated from
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[15:47] <Gadgetoid_Pim> It seems a little overkill when a USB hub would basically do the same thing, but I guess your network throughput is a concern for clustering
[15:47] <DWKnight> I guess there's more than one person out there that thought of building a host board for the pi compute module that was a power supply plus network switch for a bunch of the modules
[15:48] <Mead> http://www.geek.com/chips/raspberry-pi-zero-cluster-in-development-1645823/
[15:48] <Mead> no network switch on that board
[15:48] <Mead> has 19 ethernet ports
[15:48] <hypermist> well Mead it'd ahve been good if lived near the microcentre
[15:48] <hypermist> then i could've bought one but i live in newzealand so ;\
[15:48] <Gadgetoid_Pim> Guessing the 2 USBs are for mechanical strength, also
[15:49] <Gadgetoid_Pim> Man that page murdered my browser
[15:49] <DWKnight> I was thinking compute module, not zer
[15:49] <DWKnight> *zero
[15:49] <Mead> I read a little more they will intigrate a switch into it, that is just a prototype pictured
[15:50] <DWKnight> yeah
[15:50] <DWKnight> that setup is a similar idea to the compute cluster board I was thinking of
[15:51] <Gadgetoid_Pim> Ah, forgot to install UBlock... amazing how usable the internet is when it's not bogged down with 2tb of spyware
[15:52] <Mead> I've got some 48 and 80 port 100mb switches already that would be perfect for building a pi cluster, but I've not found any good applications or software for a cluster of pi
[15:53] <Gadgetoid_Pim> Wonder how well 9+ Pi's would perform through a single USB Hub connected to a master Pi
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[15:55] <ali1234> Gadgetoid_Pim: https://goo.gl/photos/rWqWvK83rbkXpovU7
[15:55] <DWKnight> the 100mbit switch would probably perform and scale better, but it depends on the bottleneck
[15:56] <Mead> I'd probably want a x86 system to be the master/controller with a gigabit port that isn't attached via A usb bus.
[15:56] <DWKnight> Mead: finally, a use for the celeron n2840
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[15:58] <Mead> I've got a little low power server using a celeron j1900, it gets the job done
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[15:59] <DWKnight> master controller system as one of those, have a NAS of some sort with link aggregation on an appropriate switch
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[16:01] <ali1234> since all the comms in a typical cluster are between the master and nodes, the USB hub will probably be 4x faster than the 100mbit switch - as the switching capability won't be of any use
[16:01] <DWKnight> when you hit 9 nodes, you're beyond the capabilities of a usb 2.0 hub
[16:01] <ali1234> using a pi as the master will cripple performance though, so don't do that
[16:02] <DWKnight> by almost double
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[16:03] <DWKnight> 480mbit per controller
[16:03] <Mead> I'd say that ethernet is probably more robust and could handle the traffic better. USB wasn't designed for networking.
[16:03] <DWKnight> (usb controller)
[16:03] <Gadgetoid_Pim> Preparing 9 SD cards is not fun
[16:03] <ali1234> who needs SD cards?
[16:03] <ali1234> boot them over USB
[16:03] <Mead> pi's need SD cards
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[16:03] <DWKnight> if they're all larger than your image, you could be worse off
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[16:04] <Gadgetoid_Pim> ali1234, I tried at one point, pretty sure you're talking to the videocore at that point?
[16:04] <ali1234> correct
[16:04] <ali1234> all you do is supply a fat filesystem image equivalent to /boot
[16:04] <Gadgetoid_Pim> Which would be why none of my binaries worked :D
[16:04] <Gadgetoid_Pim> Ooh, interesting
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[16:05] <ali1234> this is all documented on the foundation github, sort of
[16:05] <ali1234> it's not maintained and they keep breaking it
[16:05] <Gadgetoid_Pim> Yeah the documentation is difficult to navigate
[16:05] <DWKnight> believe it or not
[16:05] <Gadgetoid_Pim> Also I don't have much time to figure it out!
[16:05] <ali1234> but basically https://github.com/raspberrypi/tools/tree/master/usbboot
[16:06] <ali1234> currently you do have to use a really old buildroot commit, otherwise the patch doesn't apply
[16:06] <Gadgetoid_Pim> D'oh
[16:06] <ali1234> i wrote about this on the forums
[16:06] <ali1234> was going to open an issue but apparently they are rewriting it all anyway
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[16:07] <Gadgetoid_Pim> I was sending raw binaries with rpiboot, which would explain my complete and total lack of success
[16:07] <ali1234> also in case you missed it https://goo.gl/photos/rWqWvK83rbkXpovU7
[16:07] <ali1234> yeah that won't work
[16:07] <DWKnight> http://www.raspberry-asterisk.org/documentation/running-raspbx-from-an-external-usb-hdd-or-thumb-drive/
[16:07] <ali1234> it's actually quite easy to package up a bare metal exe though
[16:07] <ali1234> i posted a makefile recipe... hang on
[16:07] <Gadgetoid_Pim> I tried using our shims to plug a Pi Zero into my ( very similar ) USB HUB, they're just a little too small
[16:08] <ali1234> see https://github.com/dwelch67/raspberrypi/issues/15
[16:08] <ali1234> yeah they are a bit small but it works anyway
[16:09] <Gadgetoid_Pim> Actually, in retrospect Windows wouldn't see a Zero through my hub at all so it probably wasn't the shim
[16:12] <hypermist> that moment Mead that microcentre has it but doesnt show what locations :P
[16:12] <hypermist> i dont want any kit apart from the pi itself
[16:12] <hypermist> well tbh that sounds a tad stupid
[16:13] <hypermist> :D
[16:13] <Gadgetoid_Pim> Ah the solitary Pi Zero sale, the dibbler would be proud!
[16:14] <hypermist> I was highly a noob and came in a biiiit to late Gadgetoid_Pim :p
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[16:57] <spoutnik16> Hi
[16:57] <spoutnik16> anyone ever seen thing that lag on Pi 2 but works well on Pi B ?
[16:57] <spoutnik16> any idea how ?
[16:58] <Bilby> LED cube made with surface mount LEDs… crazy. https://youtu.be/ywCWjVl3m2g
[16:58] <spoutnik16> I set up a Piwall (1 master 3 tiles). So long I use Pi 2's, everything is laggy, ugly. when I just replace them by Pi B's it works wonder
[16:58] <Bilby> spoutnik16: software optimized for ARM6?
[16:58] <spoutnik16> hum, no idea
[16:58] <spoutnik16> it's omxplayer
[16:58] <spoutnik16> and avconv
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[16:59] <Tenkawa> hi all
[16:59] <spoutnik16> on raspbian basic
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[17:00] <spoutnik16> ain't Pi B and Pi 2 exactly the same, but more powerfull ?
[17:00] <DWKnight> pi 2 is quad core in the B+ formfactor
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[17:00] <Hitechcg> Same VC IV GPU though
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[17:01] <Hitechcg> And omxplayer should be using the hardware
[17:01] <Bilby> spoutnik16: the Pi 2 is based on an ARM7 processor vs the Pi 1’s ARM6 processor. I believe the instruction sets are backwards compatible but may not be optimized correctly
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[17:01] <Hitechcg> Are you using the same exact SD card?
[17:02] <spoutnik16> i've tryed both, same sd cards (with adapter) and differents, allways the same problem
[17:02] <Bilby> I’m just spitballing possible reasons… the processor is multi-core but each core is also faster than the original pi, so that shouldn’t matter
[17:02] <Tenkawa> spoutnik16: I missed it.. what problem are you having?
[17:02] <spoutnik16> you know, my setup is just basic raspbian, static IP, and two libs
[17:03] <spoutnik16> Tenkawa: I've set a piwall up, and Pi 2 sucks at it, while Pi B works wonder
[17:03] <spoutnik16> piwall.co.uk
[17:03] <Bilby> have you looked at top while it’s running?
[17:03] <spoutnik16> yes
[17:03] <Tenkawa> what part is performing badly? throughput, speed, ?
[17:04] <Tenkawa> latency?
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[17:04] <spoutnik16> the video is laggy, not fluid, sometime all green, and not synced
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[17:04] <Tenkawa> oh it even artifacts?
[17:04] <Tenkawa> ouch...
[17:04] <Bilby> do the Pi 2s work fine outside of the video wall
[17:05] <spoutnik16> Bilby: I did not notice anything
[17:05] <spoutnik16> Tenkawa: well, it really doesn't work ^^
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[17:05] <spoutnik16> but according to you guys
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[17:05] <Tenkawa> if you know how to use it you might want to strace a few processes
[17:05] <spoutnik16> it's not a totally weird thing that what works on ARM6 is laggy on ARM7
[17:06] <Tenkawa> could be neon vs vfp
[17:06] <Tenkawa> thats a possibility I would think
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[17:06] <Bilby> http://www.alphr.com/raspberry-pi-2/1000353/raspberry-pi-2-vs-raspberry-pi-b-a-raspberry-pi-comparison
[17:06] <Tenkawa> although dont quote me
[17:06] <Bilby> it does have a different video co-processor
[17:07] <Tenkawa> Bilby: hey.. another sunny 50+ day possibly yay!!
[17:07] <Tenkawa> then rain :(
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[17:08] <spoutnik16> so, instead of building it with raspberry pi 2, i'll just build it up with raspberry pi b + (so I can keep the cool Pi-Blox)
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[17:09] <spoutnik16> (selling lego things to a very respectable institutional museum has allways been a dream)
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[17:09] <Bilby> spoutnik16, the blog post i found the link at is 2 1/2 years old now. I suspect your problem is legacy code
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[17:10] <spoutnik16> Bilby: what do you mean by legacy code ?
[17:10] <spoutnik16> oh, piwall project libraries are legacy code
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[17:11] <Bilby> yes - they’re optimized for ARM6 processor and video co-processor
[17:13] <spoutnik16> so, let's switch back to raspi B +
[17:13] <spoutnik16> what also is weird, is that the master Pi of the wall lag like shit when being a Pi 2 and works wonder when it is a Pi B
[17:13] <spoutnik16> when it has no legacy code, it just runs avconv
[17:13] <gordonDrogon> spoutnik16, family friendly please.
[17:13] <spoutnik16> gordonDrogon: sry
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[17:17] <Bilby> it has its own code internally too though right?
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[17:19] <Bilby> they have the source, you may be able to re-compile for ARM7
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[17:21] <schmodd> hi, anyone knows a guide for reading dht22 on arch linux arm?
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[17:23] <TrekBike> schmodd: There is lots of code on reading that sensor on the .net
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[17:23] <gordonDrogon> schmodd, wiringPi can read it if you're coding in c/c++
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[17:25] <schmodd> I did find a lot about dht22 on the web, however not a single guide on how to read it on arch (using python)
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[17:26] <schmodd> does that Adafruit_Python_DHT work an arch?
[17:26] <gordonDrogon> you won't be able to read it direclty in python as it's no fast enough. You need a bit of C to read it.
[17:26] <gordonDrogon> I'm not a python programmer and I don't use Arch.
[17:27] <schmodd> gordonDrogon: ok, so I will look out for wiringPi, thx
[17:27] <gordonDrogon> you might find that adafruti thing does work though.
[17:27] <drkhsh> They used Raspberry Pis in new Point Break movie, I just noticed :)
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[17:30] <schmodd> Adafruit just gives me 'Failed to get reading. Try again!'
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[18:54] <h4x3> hi, i have a problem with my xrdp connection to pi. Like this:
[18:54] <h4x3> http://raspberrypi.stackexchange.com/questions/26492/no-connection-to-xrdp-after-changing-from-dhcp-to-static-ip
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[19:31] <mothership> Hey
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[19:45] <ammzi> hi!
[19:46] <ammzi> Does anyone have experience with RT applications on Linux?
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[19:46] <Bilby> RT?
[19:46] <ammzi> real-time
[19:47] <Bilby> ah
[19:47] <Bilby> there are some options but it’s not a realtime operating system so there are inherent limitations
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[19:48] <ammzi> What would be my best option in terms of generating raw Ethernet frames at < 1 ms resolution from a memory-loaded static data buffer?
[19:48] <ammzi> a locked core?
[19:48] <Bilby> haha, that’s past me, sorry
[19:49] <ammzi> alright, thanks anyhow
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[19:50] <gordonDrogon> given that ethernet is over USB in the PI, probably not much chance at all.
[19:50] <Bilby> maybe http://www.stevebate.net/chibios-rpi/GettingStarted.html ?
[19:50] <Bilby> Ooh, true, didn’t even think about that
[19:51] <ammzi> yeah, I am actually looking for a general linux solution and not raspberry. I am just probing different channels to see if I can find some answers
[19:51] <gordonDrogon> well the high frequency traders are into sub mS transactions, so maybe they have something (although it's probably all locked away, proprietary, and lots of �$�$�)
[19:52] <Bilby> hah yeah
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[19:53] <ammzi> haha, probably. But this is more for a test platform with requirements to generate deterministic Ethernet payloads at bursts every 1 ms
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[19:53] <Bilby> an arduino might be a better option
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[19:54] <ammzi> perhaps, even FPGA. However, would like to keep it software based for future development of the test platform
[19:55] <ngl> Hello. I decided to try Kobi on my RaspberryPi. I use OSMC installer on Ubuntu 14.04 to install the newest OSMC image onto my RaspberryPi's micro SD. Everything is reportedly successful. But, I connect to my TV and get only a rainbow of color... Ideas?
[19:56] <gordonDrogon> it shouldn't be hard - FSVOH - the kernel responds to ping in well under one mS now, so if you had something running inside the kernel, but it's not anything I've ever looked at.
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[19:57] <ammzi> would it be an option to have a kernel module spinlock one CPU core and continuously check the timer and generate data appropriately?
[19:59] <gordonDrogon> I've no idea - really do not know how all that works in the Linux kernel. I've stuck to userland in Linux all these years.
[19:59] <ammzi> alrighty, I'll do some poking around. Thanks
[19:59] <ngl> Weird. May have found the answer, but this is SUPPOSED to be a Pi2. :\ Trying the Pi1 image as suggested in a forum.
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[20:33] <dersand> http://paste.ubuntu.com/14860406/ Does this look like a valid raspbian jessie configuration?
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[20:36] <gordonDrogon> it looks like a disk with a small win/FAT partition and a larger linux partition.
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[20:40] <dersand> gordonDrogon any idea how to check if it's installed correctly?
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[20:41] <Polymorphism> ok
[20:41] <Polymorphism> I'm back
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[20:41] <gordonDrogon> dersand, I've no idea - you just showed a linux parition table.
[20:41] <gordonDrogon> maybe plug it into a Pi and see if it boots?
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[20:42] <dersand> gordonDrogon well i get a red and a green led thing. No flashes
[20:43] <gordonDrogon> any monitor connected? big rainbow square?
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[20:43] <dersand> gordonDrogon no output
[20:43] <gordonDrogon> ok. either the SD is broke, or hasn't been written correctly.
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[20:44] <dersand> gordonDrogon allright, i have rasbian installed, i think. the 4.1 kernel version.
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[20:45] <gordonDrogon> at this point it's not that important what you have installed - it's not working. I'd simply re-image the card to start with.
[20:45] <dersand> gordonDrogon Okay, how do i format my sdcard?
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[20:46] <gordonDrogon> even beofre the linux kernel boots, things happen - the green LED will flash, the monitor output will get a rainbow square.
[20:46] <dersand> I'll give you the mountpoints in a sec
[20:46] <gordonDrogon> you don't format it, you use dd to copy the original image to it - the same way you did it the first time (I hope)
[20:46] <gordonDrogon> you do not want it mounted.
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[20:47] <dersand> gordonDrogon i think mmcblkk1p1 because the sd card is 16gb http://paste.ubuntu.com/14860547/
[20:47] <Polymorphism> join how can I confirm my arduino is really sending out packets over NRF24l01
[20:47] <gordonDrogon> make sure its not mounted (use df -h)
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[20:48] <dersand> gordonDrogon yeah it's not there, "sudo dcfldd bs=4M if=~/Downloads/2015-11-21-raspbian-jessie.img of=/dev/mmcblk1p1 " should this work?
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[20:48] <gordonDrogon> no
[20:48] <DWKnight> I wouldn't do the "p1" I don't think
[20:48] <gordonDrogon> yep - drop the ending p1
[20:49] <gordonDrogon> what dcfldd ? usually it's just 'dd'.
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[20:50] <dersand> dd gives no feedback, only when it's done. According to the website you can use the dcfld
[20:50] <gordonDrogon> yea, just googled. dd does give output, but it's not obvious.
[20:51] <ammzi> are you trying to expand your filesystem?
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[20:51] <dersand> why not the p1-part?
[20:51] <gordonDrogon> ammzi, he's just trying to get the SD card imaged in the first place.
[20:51] <gordonDrogon> dersand, that's a partition. you need the 'raw' device.
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[20:51] <DWKnight> "p1" partition 1
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[20:51] <gordonDrogon> the IMG file is a complete image - including its own partition table.
[20:51] <ammzi> oeh, just use win32diskImager ))
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[20:52] <gordonDrogon> ammzi, sure - but he's using ubuntu.
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[20:52] <dersand> aaah was it that simple?!
[20:52] <gordonDrogon> dersand, lets hope so..
[20:52] <dersand> well it's still writing.
[20:52] <ammzi> crossing fingers
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[20:56] <Polymorphism> who here said they had communicated between arduino + rpi w/ nrf24l01?
[20:56] <Polymorphism> Trying to get a simple one way transmit example to work
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[20:58] <David522> has ayone tried ExaGear Desktop on the pi 2 to run a teamspeak server? I paid for the software and set it up but noticed some users had a 1% - 1.5% packlet loss when on it. I could ping the ips from other machines and not get any loss what so ever.
[20:58] <David522> didnt seems to mess with the voice with the packloss being that low it was just something I noticed
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[21:02] <dersand> 768 block written, 3000mb. Is that considered much for 10 minutes?
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[21:10] <dersand> Got my prompt back. So it takes 15 min to write to this sd-card. Dang.
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[21:12] <dersand> Blinking green, and disapears after a whuile. Red all the time. Got output tho
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[21:13] <dersand> Random: non blocking pool is init
[21:14] <dersand> gordonDrogon
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[21:20] <dersand> Got two flashes from green led...
[21:20] <dersand> But i got the rasp logo, and some text
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[21:21] <DWKnight> dersand: progress it looks like
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[21:24] <dersand> DWKnight what should i do?
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[21:27] <DWKnight> what's the text you end up with after the rasp logo?
[21:27] <Polymorphism> arduino + rpi w/ nrf24l01?
[21:27] <dersand> DWKnight i'll take a picture
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[21:29] <dersand> https://dl2.pushbulletusercontent.com/dWlRS4riT1e0mTTPQbUBo5Hm9Ik9pIHJ/20160202_212840.jpg DWKnight
[21:30] <DWKnight> it's getting down to the network adapter
[21:31] <DWKnight> it's stalling there?
[21:31] <dersand> DWKnight should i plug in ethernet?
[21:31] <ammzi> is it not giving filesystem errors furhter up?
[21:31] <Polymorphism> ok
[21:31] <Polymorphism> basics
[21:31] <Polymorphism> whats plugged into the pi
[21:32] <dersand> Power through usb-micro, hdmi
[21:32] <Polymorphism> nothing else?
[21:32] <dersand> That's the all the input i can see on the screen
[21:32] <dersand> no
[21:32] <Polymorphism> is this a fresh raspbian
[21:32] <Polymorphism> nothing on gpio
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[21:32] <dersand> Yep, nothing there, i've had it for a couple of hours, so this ought to be fresh
[21:33] <Polymorphism> keyboard///mouse plugged in?
[21:33] <Polymorphism> or nothing on usb
[21:33] <dersand> No usb
[21:33] <Polymorphism> I would remake the raspbian perhaps, what do others think
[21:33] <bitanarchy> how can I see whether I am running bcm2835 or bcm2708 architecture in the kernel?
[21:33] <Polymorphism> I see no reason why it wouldnt boot to a login with noithign connected
[21:33] <Polymorphism> undamaged pi
[21:33] <Polymorphism> fresh raspbian
[21:33] <Polymorphism> unless it is booted
[21:34] <Polymorphism> and you just need to hit enter
[21:34] <Polymorphism> might be worth a try first
[21:34] <ammzi> did you try to reboot? ))
[21:34] <marmotworks> dersand just write a fresh image to the sd
[21:34] <marmotworks> I've had write errors that cause issues like that
[21:34] <dersand> I have tried rebooting, yes
[21:35] <dersand> marmotworks rasbian with kernel 4.1?
[21:35] <dersand> that's what i'm using right now
[21:35] <duckpuppy> dersand: Is the SD card new or are you using one that you've used before?
[21:35] <marmotworks> Just fresh raspian images from about 6 months ago
[21:35] <marmotworks> it was literally just an image write error
[21:35] <dersand> duckpuppy, also new
[21:35] <marmotworks> wrote the same image to the SD again and it worked
[21:35] <dersand> alright, i'll try format
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[21:36] <duckpuppy> dersand: OK. I've had weird issues reusing cards that go away if reformatted with the SD Association formatter.
[21:38] <duckpuppy> dersand: Issues like this for me have almost always turned out to be SD card related. Reimaging it would be a good first step since that's pretty quick and easy.
[21:39] <dersand> How do i format a sd card if the mountpoint is /dev/mmblk1?
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[21:42] <bitanarchy> dersand: do you want to format the whole card or just partition 1?
[21:42] <ammzi> everything, he needs to write a new image to it
[21:43] <bitanarchy> ammzi: just dd the image to it... you dont need to format
[21:43] <bitanarchy> dd of=/dev/mmblk
[21:44] <bitanarchy> to the whole card if you want to boot it
[21:45] <bitanarchy> I notice that my hwrng is running even though I did not load the 2708-rng module.... how is that possible?
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[21:49] <bitanarchy> how are kernel modules loaded if they are not in /etc/modules?
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[21:50] <H__> some hidden modprobe in some scripts ?
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[21:51] <shauno> /etc/modprobe.d/ is worth paying attention to, too
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[21:54] <gordonDrogon> dersand, sorry - been away - working now?
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[22:12] <bitanarchy> where is the full list of modules that raspbian loads at startup?
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[22:13] <h4x3> what is the current version of nagios?
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[22:13] <h4x3> and how can i install it?
[22:15] <gordonDrogon> bitanarchy, who knows, but type lsmod for a list once booted.
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[22:16] <bitanarchy> gordonDrogon: I want a standard module not to be loaded at startup...
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[22:17] <t3chguy> bitanarchy: use blacklist?
[22:17] * gordonDrogon nods. blacklist in /etc/modprobe.d
[22:17] <bitanarchy> gordonDrogon: are the bcm2835 and bcm2708 architectures mutually exclusive or can they mix modules?
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[22:17] <jossypoo> anyone familiar with the MMAL API for the camera?
[22:17] <jossypoo> i'm getting a failure when i send MMAL_PARAMETER_CAMERA_SENSOR_CONFIG..
[22:18] <gordonDrogon> bitanarchy, AIUI it's all the same from our point of view
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[22:18] <gordonDrogon> bitanarchy, and the Pi v2 is 2709 too.
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[22:20] <bitanarchy> gordonDrogon: there are differences between corresponding modules
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[22:21] <bitanarchy> actually I dont know what bcm2835_rng is doing at all
[22:21] <Polymorphism> arduino + rpi w/ nrf24l01?
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[22:21] <Polymorphism> I ordered those stepper boards gordonDrogon 5 of them, hoping they work out well =D
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[22:22] <gordonDrogon> bitanarchy, it's not something I've ever concerend myself about to be honest. things just work for me witout muc hfiddling.
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[22:22] <gordonDrogon> Polymorphism, the pololu ones?
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[22:22] <Polymorphism> Polymorphism, I hate to say I got some cheap copies on ebay
[22:22] <Polymorphism> they appear to be the same thing
[22:22] <Polymorphism> gordonDrogon,
[22:23] <Polymorphism> not sure why I just tagged myself
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[22:23] <gordonDrogon> uh. good luck - I had some of those in my laser cutter and they didn't work as well as the pololu ones.
[22:23] <Polymorphism> =\
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[22:23] * Polymorphism hopes for the best
[22:23] <gordonDrogon> one word of warning though - do not touch them when powered up! They can get to over 80C which is normal for them.
[22:23] <Polymorphism> did you use the heatsinks?
[22:23] <Polymorphism> they will come with mini heatsinks
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[22:24] <gordonDrogon> not in my laser cutter, but in one 3D printer project I was doing yes - had little heatsinks on them and a fan. not sure it really needed it but...
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[22:24] <gordonDrogon> also you need the 100�F tank capacitor to be soldered as close as possible to the power lines going into the board.
[22:25] <Polymorphism> what is the function of that
[22:25] <Polymorphism> what do you mean tank?
[22:25] <Polymorphism> electrolytic?
[22:25] <t3chguy> power smoothing probably
[22:25] <t3chguy> for large current inrush
[22:25] <gordonDrogon> tank - as in something that will take the load when the device steps a motor.
[22:25] <t3chguy> ^
[22:25] <Polymorphism> I'll add it
[22:25] <gordonDrogon> yes - very large current inrush. stops the PSU being effectively short circuited.
[22:26] <gordonDrogon> it would be a good idea to study the datasheet for the chips too.
[22:26] <h4x3> nagios on pi2b?
[22:26] <bitanarchy> bcm2708 is the downstream kernel arch... so I suppose that is the development version or what?
[22:26] <gordonDrogon> the cheap boards I got didn't have the test pads to let me check the coil current and adjust the trimpot. Use a plastic trim tool to adjust it if you have one.
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[22:27] <gordonDrogon> h4x3, apt-get install nagios ?
[22:27] <h4x3> nagios or nagios3?
[22:27] <h4x3> which one is better, icinga2 or nagios?
[22:27] <gordonDrogon> h4x3, no idea. last time I used it, I compiled it from source...
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[22:28] <h4x3> heard it
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[22:30] <Gadgetoid> Fixed print.css, whee!
[22:30] <Polymorphism> ok
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[22:31] <gordonDrogon> Gadgetoid, sound webby to me ...
[22:31] <Gadgetoid> gordonDrogon: arr, tweaking the UX of Pinout so it's not completely rubbish
[22:31] <h4x3> how can i install it from source? gordonDrogon
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[22:32] <gordonDrogon> h4x3, read the fine manuals. It's been about 5 years since I last looked at it.
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[22:33] <h4x3> k
[22:33] <gordonDrogon> it might be easier to just install a package though.
[22:33] <gordonDrogon> make sure you get all the plugins.
[22:34] <gordonDrogon> google for the difference between nagios an nagios3 - I've no idea there were 2 packages. Sounds like v3 might be a complete re-write and need new config files in which case that would be the one I'd choose.
[22:35] <h4x3> nagios3? but current version is nagios xi?
[22:35] <gordonDrogon> you mentioned the nagios or nagios3 packages...
[22:36] <gordonDrogon> I've no idea what the real current one is, I'm not looking.
[22:36] <h4x3> hm ok
[22:36] <Valduare> so when is it set for pi zero’s to be widely available for purchase?
[22:36] <gordonDrogon> if you want an easy life, stick to the debian packages and use the debian website to help you do the configuration.
[22:37] <gordonDrogon> Valduare, real soon now ...
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[22:39] <h4x3> ok thanks gordonDrogon
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[22:47] <dersand> Back, wrote new image. Two green flashes.
[22:47] <dersand> I think it's the same issue
[22:47] * marmotworks is shamed
[22:47] <Polymorphism> you got burnt pi
[22:47] <Polymorphism> jk, could be bad sd
[22:48] <dersand> Allright, trying new sd
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[22:49] <dersand> I mean, i bought this of a website that sold these around 3 dollars each, but they are kingston, so i don't know.
[22:49] <Valduare> i’ve had bad luck with kingston stuff
[22:50] <CoJaBo> could be fake cards
[22:51] <dersand> Maybe, what do you even call this process of dd-ing stuff to the sd. Mounting an image? Copying an image?
[22:51] <Valduare> dersand: your not trying to run wheezy on a pi zero right?
[22:51] <Valduare> we call it dd-ing an img
[22:51] <Valduare> :)
[22:52] <dersand> Valduare nope, pi 2 b with rasbian jessie (kernel 4.1)
[22:52] <Valduare> burning it to the card (throwback term from when people used cds)
[22:52] <Valduare> ah ok
[22:52] <Valduare> are you on linux? or mac
[22:52] <dersand> Linux, chromebook
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[22:54] <dersand> This process usually takes around 15 minutes, should that be faster?
[22:55] <Valduare> what class card
[22:55] <dersand> Valduare sorry?
[22:55] <Valduare> for jessie between 7-15 minutes is about right
[22:56] <Valduare> sd cards have a class number written on them
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[22:57] <dersand> Valduare it has a ring with 10
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[22:57] <dersand> coud that be it?
[22:57] <Valduare> class 10 then
[22:57] <Valduare> so thats min write speed of 10mb/s
[22:57] <Valduare> so for jessie img 12-15 min is about right
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[23:00] <jossypoo> sd cards are extremely slow
[23:00] <Valduare> im not sure why
[23:00] <Valduare> they are just raw storage
[23:00] <yoosi> Valduare: No they aren't
[23:00] <Valduare> compared to a flash drive where it has controller onboard to have to go through
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[23:01] <Valduare> i thought sd was just block level storage?
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[23:01] <jossypoo> sd cards have controllers too
[23:01] <Valduare> well crap
[23:01] <Valduare> lol
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[23:01] <jossypoo> pretty sure all flash memory has controllers
[23:01] <yoosi> https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Secure_Digital#/media/File:Sd_insides.png
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[23:02] <Valduare> so then we need these http://www.blogcdn.com/www.engadget.com/media/2009/05/elan-mobidapter-1.jpg
[23:02] <Valduare> so we can use a flash drive in the bootable sd slot heh
[23:03] <jossypoo> might be a bottleneck in the onboard controller too :P
[23:04] <dersand> The dd-ing is done
[23:04] <dersand> we shall try
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[23:06] <dersand> Oh god
[23:07] <dersand> what do i do when "sync" gives no prompt back
[23:07] <dersand> ?
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[23:07] <ppq> wait
[23:07] <ppq> check dmesg
[23:07] <ppq> but mostly wait
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[23:08] <dersand> dmesg?
[23:08] <ppq> yes, it's a command
[23:08] <ppq> a very chatty one
[23:08] <dersand> I did it, yes indeed
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[23:09] <dersand> anything i should look for?
[23:09] <ppq> the last 10 lines
[23:09] <ppq> anything suspicious?
[23:09] <dersand> Call trace?
[23:09] <ppq> not a good sign :)
[23:09] <ppq> put it in a pastebin please
[23:09] <ppq> dmesg | pastebinit
[23:09] <dersand> How did you get last lines?
[23:10] <dersand> like | head | tail
[23:10] <ppq> if your distribution has pastebinit
[23:10] <dersand> yeah it has
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[23:10] <dersand> http://paste.ubuntu.com/14861311/
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[23:11] <ppq> ok, sync crashed
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[23:11] <dersand> in the the terminal i did sync, the prompt returned
[23:11] <dersand> re-do it?
[23:11] <ali1234> sync didn't crash
[23:12] <ali1234> it hung... for a very long time. and so did disks
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[23:12] <ali1234> this is pretty bad
[23:12] <dersand> What do i do?
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[23:12] <ali1234> and before that we have "no such file or directory" shenanigans
[23:12] <ali1234> what volumes are mounted on your system?
[23:13] <dersand> you want a lsblk?
[23:13] <ali1234> this looks like out of disk space, or a drive disappeared. possibly a network drive
[23:13] <ali1234> any command like that will probably hang now
[23:13] <dersand> No lsblk did fine
[23:14] <dersand> as well as several sync's
[23:14] <ali1234> maybe the error passed...
[23:14] <dersand> all though
[23:14] <dersand> lsblk: dm-0 failed to get device path
[23:14] <dersand> two times
[23:14] <ali1234> so did you ever mount a network drive? or maybe you mounted a usb drive and then unplugged it while it was in use?
[23:14] <dersand> maybe ali1234
[23:14] <dersand> but i did sync a times before
[23:15] <ali1234> if you mount eg a samba share, and then the samba share goes down, it will do stuff like this
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[23:15] <ali1234> snd_hda_intel 0000:00:1b.0: send_cmd timeout: IRS=0x1, val=0x20670503 - this isn't a raspberry pi?
[23:16] <ali1234> ah further up there's more errors
[23:16] <ali1234> INFO: task udevd:17107 blocked for more than 120 seconds.
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[23:17] <ali1234> swap on /dev/zram?
[23:17] <dersand> ali1234 no it's the device i'm dd-ing the image on
[23:17] <dersand> aka chromebook
[23:17] <ali1234> yeah i just saw
[23:17] <ali1234> Hardware name: GOOGLE Swanky, BIOS Google_Swanky.5216.238.5 08/22/2014
[23:18] <ali1234> and problems with intel drivers
[23:18] <ali1234> you're running chrome os
[23:18] <ali1234> looks like you found some bugs to me
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[23:19] <Polymorphism> whois me
[23:19] <dersand> Yep, ali1234 and the image i burned on didn't work.
[23:19] <dersand> ... sigh
[23:19] <ali1234> i'm not entirely surprised by that
[23:19] <ali1234> looks like some kind of irq problem
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[23:20] <dersand> can i md5 stuff on the partitions to see if they are what supposed to be?
[23:20] <ali1234> [ 929.042312] udevd[86]: worker [17107] /devices/platform/80860F16:00/mmc_host/mmc1/mmc1:59b4/block/mmcblk1/mmcblk1p1 timeout; kill it [ 929.042368] udevd[86]: seq 1296 '/devices/platform/80860F16:00/mmc_host/mmc1/mmc1:59b4/block/mmcblk1/mmcblk1p1' killed
[23:20] <ali1234> that seems to be the first actual error
[23:20] <ali1234> yes you can
[23:20] <ali1234> but if you've booted it in the pi then the md5s will have changed
[23:20] <dersand> Yes that's the disk i'm writing
[23:21] <ali1234> have you tried using a USB card reader? it might work better than the onboard one
[23:21] <dersand> I haven't any
[23:22] <sir_galahad_ad> o/
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[23:22] <ali1234> i don't really have any other suggestions
[23:22] <ali1234> something is definitely not working
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[23:24] <dersand> ali1234 http://paste.ubuntu.com/14861358/
[23:24] <dersand> first line
[23:24] <dersand> That's right?
[23:24] <ali1234> yeah that's fine?
[23:25] <ali1234> your hardware let you down. sorry
[23:25] <dersand> http://paste.ubuntu.com/14861360/
[23:25] <dersand> lsblk
[23:25] <ali1234> maybe chrome os tried to mount the sd card while you were still writing to it
[23:25] <ali1234> that would probably have results a bit like this
[23:26] <ali1234> i notice it is mounted now
[23:26] <dersand> Maybe it's worth mentioning that i'm doing all this inside a chroot
[23:27] <dersand> http://paste.ubuntu.com/14861369/
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[23:27] <dersand> df -h
[23:27] <dersand> unmount, re-dd?
[23:27] <Valduare> if all else fails, they do sell premade sd cards with raspbian on them already :P
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[23:28] <dersand> Ok, umounted. Doing the dd-process again. Should be done in 15 mins.
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[23:29] <gordonDrogon> dersand, how did you get the pastebin in: http://paste.ubuntu.com/14861311/
[23:30] <dersand> gordonDrogon sorry?
[23:30] <Polymorphism> networking expert, pm me
[23:30] <Polymorphism> plz
[23:30] <sir_galahad_ad> if i inside a chroot?
[23:30] <gordonDrogon> dersand, just going through some scrollback.
[23:31] <sir_galahad_ad> hmmm
[23:31] <sir_galahad_ad> that wasn't right.
[23:31] <gordonDrogon> oh not booting that on a Pi directly?
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[23:31] <dersand> gordonDrogon echo "1" | pastebinit, is that what you mean?
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[23:31] <dersand> gordonDrogon no, the chromebook, where i'm burning the image.
[23:31] <gordonDrogon> so it it booting in the Pi at all?
[23:32] <sir_galahad_ad> i'm not sure i'm following the converstation. correctly but a question has occured to me because of the way the conversation is going
[23:32] <selckin> whats a good write during noobs raspbian install? only 1.2mb/s atm, think the last one i did was a lot faster
[23:32] <dersand> gordonDrogon i tried another sdcard. When i booted on the second card i didn't get any display and both red and green led
[23:32] <selckin> pi2b
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[23:33] <sir_galahad_ad> if i mount / from a usb stick and i umount the sd card and swap it or does the hardware not like that?
[23:33] <gordonDrogon> dersand, ok. so maybe the pi isn't working then.
[23:33] <gordonDrogon> sir_galahad_ad, you might get away with it, but you'll need to unmount /boot too.
[23:33] <dersand> gordonDrogon but from the lsblk one of the partitions was mounted
[23:33] <ali1234> sir_galahad_ad: that is called pivot_root
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[23:34] <selckin> dersand: both red and green for me was wrongly formatted (exfat/vfat, not fat32), it only works when i format from linux
[23:34] <ali1234> it's possible but not on a generic distribution
[23:34] <gordonDrogon> dersand, ok. sounds like you need to perduade ubuntu to not auto-mount.
[23:34] <sir_galahad_ad> yes yes, i'm just asking if the hardware will allow it though
[23:34] <sir_galahad_ad> ok
[23:34] <ali1234> the hardware doesn't care what you do :)
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[23:34] <dersand> no one of the usb was mounted on the dd-box.
[23:34] <ali1234> http://linux.die.net/man/8/pivot_root
[23:34] <dersand> no, one*
[23:35] <gordonDrogon> dersand, you could try this: Put sd card into chromebook. Run: dd if=/dev/zero of=/dev/mmcblk1 bs=1M count=8
[23:35] <sir_galahad_ad> ali1234: i thought there was a thing about not plugging in /swaping usb devices after boot on original A and Bs?
[23:35] <dersand> gordonDrogon i'm dd-ing right now. About half way throug
[23:35] <ali1234> sir_galahad_ad: there's a lot of "rules" about the raspberry pi that don't apply at all if you know what you are doing
[23:35] <gordonDrogon> dersand, that will nuke the partition table. Then remoce SD card and put it in again. ubuntu will have nothing to mount at this point. then re-do the original dd
[23:36] <sir_galahad_ad> ali1234: but i don't :P
[23:36] <ali1234> gordonDrogon: it's running the original chrome os btw, not ubuntu
[23:36] <dersand> gordonDrogon i'll try that if this dd fails
[23:36] <gordonDrogon> ali1234, ah, ok. it's probably auto-mounting )-:
[23:36] <ali1234> yeah that would be my guess. automount during write, followed by the kernel getting very confused
[23:37] <dersand> is lsblk showing currently mounted?
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[23:37] <dersand> is it fine if i want to dd something and the destination is inside lsblk?
[23:38] <gordonDrogon> not really.
[23:38] <dersand> if so, then that's what i have been doing the whole time
[23:38] <gordonDrogon> the kernel might get upset and flush out some data that's not meant to be there. kill the automounter.
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[23:38] <ali1234> that's actually fine as long as it isn't mounted
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[23:41] <bitanarchy> why is go 1.4 not available in the rapsbian repo?
[23:42] <gordonDrogon> is it in the debian jessie on?
[23:42] <ali1234> no
[23:42] <ali1234> https://packages.debian.org/jessie/golang
[23:42] <gordonDrogon> so its not going tobe in raspbian jessie either ...
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[23:42] <sockofleas> hola
[23:44] <sir_galahad_ad> it's interesting to me how wide the field of knowledge connected with this channel is
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[23:44] <gordonDrogon> geek know "stuff"
[23:44] <sir_galahad_ad> i mean everything from web design to ohm's law
[23:44] <gordonDrogon> well that's mostly all computing...
[23:44] <bitanarchy> why does debian not have it in armhf... amd64 prob has it
[23:44] <gordonDrogon> I know bread/baking/patisserie/etc. too ...
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[23:45] <sir_galahad_ad> oh sure, but for most other subjects, so much diversity would be found in their own channels
[23:45] <ali1234> bitanarchy it doesnt https://packages.debian.org/search?keywords=golang-go
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[23:46] <bitanarchy> o sorry yeah stretch does have it
[23:48] <Valduare> think im going to order another pi to setup a nagios monitor in my 42u rack
[23:48] <dersand> Okay, dd-ing done
[23:48] <Valduare> cross your fingers dersand
[23:49] <dersand> Ok seriously how do i safetly eject this sd card?
[23:49] <gordonDrogon> type sync;sync then unplug it.
[23:50] <dersand> zzzz
[23:50] <dersand> Two blinks on the green led
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[23:50] <dersand> i'll hook you up with a picture
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[23:50] <gordonDrogon> it ought to blink more.
[23:50] <sir_galahad_ad> not another one Valduare
[23:51] <Valduare> doesnt unmount handle sync?
[23:51] <sir_galahad_ad> unless zeroes are available again
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[23:51] <gordonDrogon> Valduare, it's not mounted - or not supposed to be.
[23:51] <Valduare> some os will auto mount after dd done
[23:51] <dersand> https://dl2.pushbulletusercontent.com/Du1EXGnLzehJKUST4wedGWtUJQdRhi1V/20160202_235055.jpg
[23:51] <Valduare> cause there’s new partition available after dd etc
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[23:52] <gordonDrogon> dersand, ok. hard to tell, but I suspect the cb is mounting the sd card, then getting all upset when you dd to it. I'd try my zero trick, then see what happens - with a bit of luck it won't auto mount something that's already plugged in.
[23:52] <dersand> gordonDrogon let's try it
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[23:53] <Valduare> heh 1u rackmount case for raspberry pi http://www.amazon.co.uk/PCSL-Brand-Raspberry-Computers-Manufactured/dp/B008Y4OE60
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[23:53] <Valduare> exists :(
[23:53] <Valduare> lol
[23:53] <dersand> Just to be clear, the device should not be in lsblk when i begin dd-ing?
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[23:54] <dersand> or is it df -h we're worried?
[23:54] <dersand> *about
[23:54] <gordonDrogon> I don't know about ldblk, but df -h would be my concern.
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[23:54] <dersand> ali1234 thoughts?
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[23:54] <gordonDrogon> however if you zero the first few MB, then eject/plug in - there should be nothing to auto mount.
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[23:56] <ali1234> seems reasonable
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[23:56] <ali1234> lsblk just lists block devices - mounted or not
[23:57] <ali1234> it should appear in lsblk but the last column should be empty and it should not be in df or mount
[23:57] <gordonDrogon> the issue then is if something insode the OS periodically checks for new devices rather than using some sort of signal on media changed, etc.... trying to be too clever for its own good..
[23:57] <gordonDrogon> lsblk might just give the raw device too.
[23:58] <dersand> I did your /dev/zero command
[23:58] <dersand> sudo dd bs=4M if=~/Downloads/2015-11-21-raspbian-jessie.img of=/dev/mmcblk1
[23:58] <dersand> this is right, right?
[23:58] <gordonDrogon> eject it after the zero, then plug it back in.
[23:58] <dersand> just 2x checking
[23:58] <dersand> physically?
[23:58] <gordonDrogon> yes.
[23:59] <dersand> Okay, ejected and plugged back in. Now when i do df -h, it's not mounted
[23:59] <dersand> lsblk is just showing the disk, as well

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