#raspberrypi IRC Log

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IRC Log for 2016-05-23

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[1:08] <Yukkii> Can't seem to get LIRC working on OSMC :I
[1:08] <Yukkii> (raspmc)
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[2:48] <martin290> hey everyone
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[3:01] <jrg> hm
[3:01] <jrg> you think a rpi1 would have enough gusto to run a small wordpress server?
[3:01] <methuzla> yes
[3:02] <jrg> ok. i'll try it out
[3:03] <martin290> jrg: probably, wordpress is heavily based on mysql
[3:03] <jrg> figured the sql would hurt it
[3:03] <jrg> yah
[3:03] <fattire> you should be fine
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[3:03] <jrg> i mean it will be running dedicated. nothing else on the box
[3:03] <fattire> you gonna run it off the sdcard?
[3:03] <jrg> yes
[3:03] <martin290> as long as there's not many active users on it at once, you should be good
[3:03] <jrg> a 16GB SD
[3:03] <fattire> you might wanna have it back up
[3:04] <fattire> depending on how many people you have hittin gthe page you could have some thrashing on the sdcard so you might want to have an off machine backup of the sql file
[3:04] <martin290> fattire: wordpress has plugins for that
[3:04] <fattire> ^
[3:04] <fattire> you can also just use mysqldump or whatever it's called
[3:04] <jrg> for backing it up?
[3:04] <fattire> yeah
[3:04] <jrg> i was just going to img the sd
[3:04] <jrg> heh
[3:05] <fattire> basically you dump the entire database to a text file
[3:05] <fattire> which you can ssh somewhere for safe keeping
[3:05] <fattire> just in case the sdcard goes bad or whatever
[3:05] <jrg> ah. that sounds like something that cna be done with a cron job
[3:05] <fattire> you can create a cronjob to do it nightly or whatever
[3:05] <fattire> yup
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[3:05] <jrg> i can also mount a smb share or something
[3:05] <jrg> but i've been catching hell getting permissions right in raspbian
[3:06] <fattire> it would literally be one line mysqldump thedateabase -u user - password | scp to wherever
[3:06] <jrg> mount.cifs doesn't seem to agree with me :)
[3:06] <jrg> i can just make an nfs mount for it
[3:06] <fattire> you might want to try ubuntu mate
[3:06] <jrg> raspbian is a bit more light
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[3:07] <fattire> yeah... up to you
[3:07] <jrg> tbh i wish i had another bananapi for it... that thing is a beast heh
[3:07] <jrg> but yah. i might just make its own nfs on the freenas box
[3:07] <jrg> and export it to the box
[3:07] <martin290> what's the command to show a list of users on raspbian?
[3:07] <jrg> getent passwd
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[3:07] <jrg> will do it
[3:08] <martin290> im still trying to get a grasp of doing everything via ssh
[3:08] <fattire> martin290: you want actual user accounts or al lthe users including daemon stuff?
[3:08] <fattire> you can cat /etc/passwd for a list
[3:08] <martin290> fattire: just user accounts
[3:08] <fattire> the ones that have shell/home accounts are the users
[3:08] <fattire> I'm sure there's an easier way
[3:09] <fattire> cut -d: -f1 /etc/passwd
[3:09] <fattire> according to https://askubuntu.com/questions/410244/a-command-to-list-all-users-and-how-to-add-delete-modify-users
[3:10] <martin290> cool :) i was able to find the user i wanted
[3:10] <martin290> so i have another question
[3:10] <martin290> i have a user called sftp_www which has read and write access to the "www" folder
[3:10] <martin290> the default "pi" account has read access to the "www" folder, but not write access
[3:10] <jrg> martin290: usually i just set up samba for that heh
[3:10] <martin290> samba?
[3:11] <jrg> share the www dir to valid users. you can probably just map the users to someone else
[3:11] <jrg> or login as the www user
[3:11] <martin290> well i have tightvnc installed and i login through that via the pi user
[3:11] <jrg> although samba mounting cifs shares from a freenas box has me about to throw it
[3:11] <fattire> can you add the pi account to the group that sftp_wwww is in
[3:11] <methuzla> add "pi" to group
[3:12] <fattire> http://www.howtogeek.com/50787/add-a-user-to-a-group-or-second-group-on-linux/
[3:12] <martin290> fattire: that's kind of what i was alluding to... i don't think i have a group setup for the "www" folder
[3:12] <fattire> well if you do a ls -la /var/www (or whatever it is) you'll see the user and group of the directory
[3:13] <martin290> it looks like www-data is the name of the group?
[3:13] <fattire> example just taken off my pi like:
[3:13] <fattire> drwxrwsrwt 2 root whoopsie 4096 Feb 27 03:52 metrics
[3:13] <fattire> ignore those permissions
[3:13] <fattire> the user is "root" and the group is "whoopsie"
[3:14] <methuzla> correct
[3:14] <fattire> you can see who's in what group I believe in /etc/group
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[3:14] <jrg> i wish linux would drop the old permissions and move to strictly ACLs
[3:14] <jrg> heh
[3:14] <jrg> i guess unix permissiosn are good for basic setups
[3:17] <martin290> i think i got it... maybe
[3:17] <fattire> well it's simple
[3:17] <martin290> i need to get better with these command lines...
[3:17] <fattire> if you want real control use selinu
[3:17] <fattire> x
[3:17] <Yukkii> jrg: bae
[3:17] <martin290> id really like something gui based
[3:17] <Yukkii> Can't seem to get LIRC working on OSMC :I
[3:17] <Yukkii> (raspmc)
[3:17] <martin290> i feel like that'll be easier
[3:17] <Yukkii> Anyone know why?
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[3:18] <CompanionCube> fattire: at the cost of being rather screwed if you want to modify/tweak things
[3:18] <fattire> well you can always shut it off
[3:18] <fattire> although I only have used it in the context of android really
[3:18] <CompanionCube> That defeats the point of having it in the first place.
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[3:19] <fattire> no it's really a good thing for android even though you can shut it off
[3:19] <CompanionCube> exactly
[3:19] <CompanionCube> but imho why selinux is very powerful
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[3:19] <fattire> in fact it's a really good thing for android WHEN you can turn it off
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[3:19] <fattire> when you can't turn it off is where things are bad
[3:19] <fattire> that means you don't control your device
[3:19] <CompanionCube> it would be a crap replacement
[3:20] <martin290> if i add the user pi to a group, do i need to restart for it to take effect?
[3:21] <fattire> martin no
[3:21] <methuzla> no
[3:21] <martin290> so i don't think what i did worked then :(
[3:21] <martin290> ugh
[3:21] <CompanionCube> either login/logout
[3:21] <CompanionCube> or use 'newgrp'
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[4:15] <martin290> man, i'll still having issues with allowing the pi user to edit the "www" files
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[4:25] <methuzla> do an ls -l on a sample file and show results
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[4:30] <Yukkii> q-q
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[5:02] <jrg> so i should be able to just dd the 4GB sd to a .img then dd it back to a larger sd and boot it in the pi right?
[5:02] <jrg> then just let raspi-config expand the ext partition?
[5:03] <Gallomimia> sounds sound to me
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[5:03] <Gallomimia> never tried it myself
[5:03] <jrg> well.. not like i'll break anything :)
[5:03] <Gallomimia> bootable: make sure you grab the full disk, not the partition
[5:03] <jrg> i did
[5:03] <Gallomimia> with DD? only if you type wrong
[5:04] <jrg> Gallomimia: haha. yah. i've seen the stories :)
[5:04] <Gallomimia> ah, no
[5:04] <jrg> i'll see how it goes.. i'm reading the sd now
[5:04] <jrg> just using my mb for this
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[5:14] <Yukkii> I can't seem to get lirc to install
[5:14] <Yukkii> https://vgy.me/iq134V.png
[5:14] <Yukkii> https://vgy.me/3dzRsX.png
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[5:20] <giddles> rpi2/3 gpu mining possible?
[5:21] <Yukkii> probs
[5:21] <giddles> link/tutorial/software recommends?
[5:21] <Yukkii> http://bitcoin.stackexchange.com/questions/3165/what-hash-rate-can-a-raspberry-pi-achieve-can-the-gpu-be-used
[5:21] <jrg> Yukkii: what are you using lirc for?
[5:22] <Yukkii> jrg: a remote
[5:22] <Yukkii> UIRT
[5:22] <jrg> lol
[5:22] <jrg> i know that but with what os?
[5:22] <Yukkii> osmc
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[5:22] <Yukkii> Used to be called Raspbmc
[5:23] <jrg> no openelec ?
[5:23] <jrg> openelec had it all built in
[5:23] <jrg> you just had to connect the ir receiver to the gpio correctly
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[5:24] <Yukkii> It's a USB receiver
[5:24] <jrg> openelec is probably by far the best xbmc/kodi distro i used
[5:24] <jrg> the usb receiver requires lirc? i thought it used another method to work
[5:24] <jrg> the MCE remote usb just worked in oe
[5:25] <jrg> usb ir receiver
[5:25] <jrg> you can always just buy a cheap ir receiver with leads. cut them down. and use small jumper cables on the gpio
[5:25] <Yukkii> hm
[5:25] <jrg> kind of a shame the pi doesn't come with an ir receiver. the bananapi does but far less support
[5:25] <jrg> don't think there is a working version of kodi for it yet :(
[5:26] <Yukkii> rip
[5:26] <jrg> which is a shame since it is perfectly built for it
[5:26] <jrg> although i haven't looked too hard. i know the gpu is a pain to get working since the IP stuff :/
[5:26] <Yukkii> So I should also test out openelec?
[5:26] <jrg> yah
[5:26] <jrg> it's by far the best one you can get for kodi
[5:26] <Yukkii> lemme find my spare card
[5:27] <jrg> at least in my opinion
[5:27] <Yukkii> What do you think of canakit?
[5:27] <jrg> there is also uhm.. rasplex if you're doing the plex only thing
[5:27] <Yukkii> Nah, kodi is nice
[5:27] <Yukkii> And a lot more portable imo
[5:28] <jrg> well the rasplex img is based on openelec but aimed at plex
[5:28] <jrg> it's a pretty decent interface for plex
[5:28] <jrg> tbh i wish i could just get my samsung tv to start up the plex app when i start it up
[5:28] <jrg> but the samsung stuff is so lame
[5:28] <Yukkii> Why did boxee have to die
[5:28] <Yukkii> q-q
[5:29] <jrg> i have a canakit power adapter
[5:29] <jrg> that's about it heh
[5:29] <Yukkii> They have their own version of NOOBs
[5:30] <jrg> i wish i could get a bigger case for the bananapi with a spot for an internal hd
[5:30] <jrg> but all that's available for these things are usually just the smaller cases
[5:30] <Yukkii> I just use my 1TB external
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[5:31] <marky> does anybody have experiencing with diagnosing why vcos_abort() gets called on an rpi ?
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[5:35] <jrg> well... the pi boots with the larger sd in it
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[6:29] <maxbots|mtw> Hey folks, have a question... After installing TouchUI and configuring it to launch at boot, 'sudo reboot' no longer works. It kills touchui, goes to the command line, but does not shut down and the pi no longer responds to input from the keyboard
[6:29] <maxbots|mtw> I have to powercycle it
[6:30] <maxbots|mtw> 'sudo shutdown -r now' does the same
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[6:36] <mlelstv> "launch at boot" ?
[6:36] <maxbots|mtw> Yes
[6:37] <maxbots|mtw> https://github.com/BillyBlaze/OctoPrint-TouchUI/wiki/Setup:-Boot-to-Browser-(Jessie-Full)
[6:37] <mlelstv> that probably includes "stop at shutdown" and that isn't working.
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[6:38] <maxbots|mtw> Gonna restart the whole process anyway, learned a bit as I installed this, so want to do it a bit differently... Maybe it will work better after reinstalling
[6:39] <mlelstv> you could check what /etc/init.d/touchui does when run manually.
[6:40] <maxbots|mtw> Usage: /etc/init.d/touchui {start|stop|restart}
[6:40] <maxbots|mtw> All three options work fine
[6:40] <maxbots|mtw> when run manually that is
[6:41] <maxbots|mtw> Oops, I just realized this is the main rpi channel, not the octoprint channel
[6:42] <maxbots|mtw> meant to ask there, figured they might be familiar with the issue
[6:42] <mlelstv> yes, maybe :)
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[6:46] <maxbots|mtw> Yeah, too many channel open :-)
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[6:56] <k_sze[work]> erm, the base installation of Raspbian (Jessie) seems to come with omxplayer already?
[6:57] <Zardoz> the non-lite does
[6:58] <Zardoz> lite you have to install it.
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[7:03] <jrowe47> cmd {foo,bar}
[7:04] <jrowe47> like that - it takes the bracketed section as a literal string - is there a fix for that?
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[7:37] <Yukkii> So I got a canakit and it came with a 32GB SD Card preloaded with their own NOOBS
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[7:38] <Yukkii> Every time I format the SD card (full overwrite, partition expanded) and try installing OpenELEC with Win32 Disk Imager it changes the name back to CANAKIT and has all of the NOOBS files on it again
[7:38] <Yukkii> What is going on?
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[8:00] <ziddey> wrong image
[8:00] <Yukkii> Well
[8:01] <Yukkii> I downloaded the image from their site (OpenELEC)
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[8:33] <Japa> What does the non-lite version of Raspbian come with that doesn't come with the lite?
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[8:35] <Habbie> Japa, X, wolfram, libreoffice, sonicpi i think
[8:35] <Habbie> Japa, probably many more
[8:37] <Japa> Huh
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[8:37] <Japa> those were on the one I got
[8:37] <Japa> but not omxplayer
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[8:38] <Habbie> hmm?
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[8:39] <Japa> Weird.
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[9:06] <ShorTie> light does not have X
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[10:56] <Berg> NO DESKTOP
[10:57] <Berg> hi all again
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[12:32] <ScrumpyJack> morning
[12:33] <ScrumpyJack> I've got a custom kernel. what do i need to get wifi working? (kernel modules and firmware)
[12:35] <ScrumpyJack> I'm trying the brcmfmac and brcnutil modules but no luck.
[12:36] <ScrumpyJack> brcmfmac_sdio mmc1:0001:1: Direct firmware load for brcm/brcmfmac43430-sdio.bin failed with error -2
[12:36] <ScrumpyJack> brcmfmac: brcmf_sdio_drivestrengthinit: No SDIO Drive strength init done for chip 43430 rev 1 pmurev 24
[12:36] <ScrumpyJack> ring any bells for anyone?
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[13:01] <ScrumpyJack> got it
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[13:07] <ScrumpyJack> now for the bluetooth stack. any advice?
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[13:39] <atracht> anyone have experience with nfs on raspberry pi, I keep getting connection refused when trying to connect to a share
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[13:42] <Habbie> atracht, yes, it works for ma
[13:42] <Habbie> me
[13:42] <Habbie> atracht, can you show what you are doing?
[13:44] <atracht> on server exports "/share 192.168.1.153(rw,sync,no_subtree_check)"
[13:44] <atracht> on client mount command "sudo mount 192.168.1.154:/share /share -v"
[13:44] <mgottschlag> what system is running the server?
[13:44] <atracht> raspbian lite
[13:44] <mgottschlag> is portmap running?
[13:44] <atracht> yes
[13:45] <mgottschlag> any firewall which blocks port 111 or one of the NFS ports?
[13:45] <atracht> it's just showing 111
[13:47] <mfa298> have you checked that 192.168.1.153 is still the address on the client
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[13:48] <atracht> restarted nfs now 2049 nfs is in portmap
[13:48] <atracht> yeah it is i can ping it, it's static
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[13:48] <mfa298> also you might need to install keyutils on the client for idmap to work (otherwise everything might look to be owned by nobody)
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[13:50] <atracht> nevermind i'm an idiot, the client was pointing to the wrong ip
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[14:00] <atracht> now trying to get it to work on boot
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[14:01] <atracht> does rpcbind need to start at boot
[14:01] <atracht> because it doesn't seem to be
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[14:02] <atracht> is there a way to do that
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[14:16] <doublehp> is it possible to underclock the rPi 1 ?
[14:17] <ScrumpyJack> anyone on raspbian that can tell me what's in the bluetooth-pi package?
[14:18] <Bilby> doublehp: you can lock processor scaling but i don't know that you can underclock. why?
[14:18] <doublehp> Bilby: avoid overheat, while i am waiting for my heat sink
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[14:19] <Bilby> doublehp: don't worry about it
[14:19] <Bilby> overclock to your heart's content
[14:19] <ScrumpyJack> perhaps called pi-bluetooth
[14:19] <Bilby> and fashion your heatsink into a tiny crown so it does somethign
[14:20] <doublehp> Bilby: it's overheating at normal freq !!! after 18h at 80% CPU
[14:20] <Bilby> Is it in a very small case or somewhere hot?
[14:21] <doublehp> Bilby: room temp 25; i have open/removed the case, did not help
[14:22] <Bilby> what temperatures is it getting to? I've literally jammed 1Bs behind wall-mounted monitors with no problem
[14:22] <shauno> ScrumpyJack: http://pastebin.com/A5Ybcehz
[14:22] <doublehp> Bilby: reducing to arm_freq=500 linearly affects BogoMIPS in /proc/cpuinfo
[14:23] <ScrumpyJack> shauno: thanks
[14:25] <doublehp> Bilby: do fan help ?
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[14:27] <Bilby> doublehp: don't know, never used any cooling. i'd imagine it would work in conjunction with a heatsink
[14:27] <Bilby> https://oscarliang.com/raspberry-pi-heat-sink-do-you-need-it/
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[14:27] <pwillard> Hmmm... I always felt that heatsinks on a pi are like spoilers on a ricer. (There just for the bling)
[14:28] <doublehp> heat sinks ar already on way ...
[14:28] <Bilby> https://www.raspberrypi.org/help/faqs/#performanceHeatsink
[14:28] <Bilby> pwillard: the 3B can actually benefit, especially in a case
[14:28] <Bilby> otherwise it's a preference thing. the chips are designed to run without additional cooling
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[14:28] <Bilby> doublehp: since they're already coming might as well put them on
[14:29] <pwillard> Good to known about the 3b... I may add one on my next adafruit order and see.
[14:29] <lif> what temp range is considered overheating?
[14:29] <Bilby> but unless you have stability problems i wouldn't worry
[14:30] <Bilby> pwillard: it's mostly useful when you have it in a case that's not well vented
[14:30] <doublehp> i di have frequent freeses
[14:30] <Bilby> fwiw I have used the 1 with and without a HAT, the 3, and the zero under heavy load for long periods with nary a stability problem
[14:30] <Bilby> doublehp: what kind of power source are you using? that's much more likely as a culprit
[14:31] <Bilby> lif: I've seen numbers anywhere from 85 to 100c as being kosher
[14:31] <pwillard> The chip will slow itself down if it gets to hot, if I recall
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[14:32] <doublehp> chineese 5V 2A said to be for rpi; during normal operations I have 5.01V on daughter boards
[14:32] <doublehp> ceramic capacitors are also on way :)
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[14:32] <ScrumpyJack> shauno: /usr/bin/hciattach /dev/serial1 bcm43xx 921600 noflow - deosn't work for me on the command line
[14:33] <Bilby> http://elinux.org/images/1/1b/RPiThermalTest-8-20-2012.pdf
[14:33] <Bilby> an interesting read, tested on the original 1 B
[14:34] <Bilby> they got up to an SOC temp of 75C before there were problems
[14:35] <ScrumpyJack> so the bt chip is connected to the UART?
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[14:39] <ScrumpyJack> "PL011 UART is now used for bluetooth communications" ok
[14:40] <Tomin> Hi! Has anyone used the mmal interface to camera? Is there some trick to get callback from video port to get the buffers because I've been trying to set it up for a few days now and my callback is still not called. control port callback works and the led on the camera is lit.
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[14:43] <Tomin> Do I need to connect still port somewhere? Or is it enough to have preview to null sink and video with my callback?
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[14:52] <shauno> new pizero arrived but I'm at work. first time I've tried to do this on windows. mildly entertaining
[14:53] <Bilby> what, to write an image to SD?
[14:55] <shauno> well, right now trying to get the otg networking going without being very familiar with windows at all.
[14:55] <shauno> so I'm fumbling around trying to figure out how I tell if it even worked
[14:55] <Bilby> ah, haha
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[14:56] <Bilby> find the network device in Networking or Device Manager?
[14:58] <shauno> I think it's installing drives, but I'm not sure .. it's been at it a while without any signs of .. anything
[14:59] <Bilby> you have OTG set to create a network device?
[14:59] <shauno> I think so. no screen to hook up to it. but windows is seeing "rndis/ethernet gadget", so I've managed something
[14:59] <Bilby> +
[15:00] <Bilby> if you go into Settings -> Networking -> Network adapter setttings (or something) it should show there
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[15:03] <GeekOfflineNL> i'm sorry, what is an OTG network in windows and what does it have to do with a pi zero?
[15:04] <shauno> aha, it's alive
[15:04] <Habbie> GeekOfflineNL, OTG is networking over directly connected USB
[15:04] <Habbie> GeekOfflineNL, which is very useful with the pi zero
[15:04] <GeekOfflineNL> thank you Habbie
[15:04] <Habbie> GeekOfflineNL, in usb-context otg stands for 'on the go'
[15:04] <ScrumpyJack> shauno: do you have the bcm43430a1.hcd firmware?
[15:04] <shauno> right. since the zero has no network device, having it create one in software is lovely
[15:05] <GeekOfflineNL> yes i would imaging shauno
[15:05] <Bilby> shauno: noice
[15:06] <shauno> I have no idea why itunes is installed on this machine, but having it cart around its own zeroconf/bonjour/whatever stack does come in handy
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[15:07] <GeekOfflineNL> for me, no use in buying pi zero. With the "kits" only sold in the netherlands added postal-fee. Better buy a pi3. costs just a little more/
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[15:10] <shauno> hopefully that'll improve over time. having to give over production to the pi3 made for a pretty rough start :/
[15:10] <Tomin> Alright, I figured it out, I think. I should also put the buffers into the queue.
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[15:24] <pwillard> The ON THE GO part means it can behave like a slave or host as needed, correct?
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[15:25] <coremodule> pwillard, That's right.
[15:25] <pwillard> Ok. Just making sure I understand.
[15:26] <Armand> pwillard: It means you can treat it pretty much like a desktop USB port
[15:26] <Bilby> pwillard: USB OTG is a communication standard that allows micro USB ports to be host or slave depending on software settings and / or a specific cable type
[15:26] <Bilby> it's what lets you plug a keyboard or thumb drive into a smartphone
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[15:26] <pwillard> which I don't do... so its a new concept
[15:27] <pwillard> thx
[15:27] <Bilby> yep
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[15:46] <shauno> is it possible to re-focus the new camera module? no parts seem to obviously move
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[15:47] <pksato> shauno: yes.
[15:49] <GRiZL0C> hey peeps i can get a 64gig micro sdxc samsung evo for 22,49€ you think its cheap?
[15:50] <GRiZL0C> when being a raspberrypi user u cant have enough sd cards
[15:51] <shauno> pksato: any tips? the only part that looks like it should move is the 4-winged 'bit' directly around the aperture; but it doesn't seem to be budging
[15:51] <GeekOfflineNL> My lowest price is �28,75
[15:53] <GeekOfflineNL> But somehow i prefer the Sandisk 64GB UHS-I XC series (for me almost the same price, but double read speed)
[15:53] <GRiZL0C> bol.com heeft m nou voor 22.49€ lijkt me best een goeie deal
[15:54] <GRiZL0C> dont you think?
[15:54] <GeekOfflineNL> only the red version. orange has 40mbit, red has 80mbit read
[15:55] <GeekOfflineNL> red=evo+
[15:55] <GRiZL0C> its the orange one
[15:55] <GeekOfflineNL> 48mbit readspeed
[15:55] <GRiZL0C> yes 48
[15:56] <GeekOfflineNL> 5 euro extra will get you double read speed ;-)
[15:56] <pksato> shauno: have a special tools to refocus, but, I think, can use fingers.
[15:56] <GRiZL0C> where do you get the red ones in NL
[15:57] <GRiZL0C> i normally buy at bol.com
[15:57] <GeekOfflineNL> opus.nl
[15:57] <GRiZL0C> okay i'll check ty
[15:57] <GeekOfflineNL> red ones @bol.com : 39 euro :-(
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[16:01] <shauno> hm. this really feels like it's going to shear the whole camera off when you try to move it
[16:03] <pksato> shauno: have some type of glue.
[16:03] <shauno> yeah, I know the old ones had a dab of something that looked like loctite
[16:04] <shauno> I don't see anything on this one though
[16:04] <pksato> on raspberry pi forum have a topic about focus issues on new camera.
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[16:08] <shauno> I suspect I'm just going to junk it and go back to the old one
[16:09] <shauno> 8mp of potato isn't of much value to me
[16:11] <pksato> https://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/viewtopic.php?f=43&t=145815&hilit=focus&start=200
[16:12] <traeak> bought myself a qvs 2amp supply from mickey center
[16:12] <traeak> not a single rainbow anywhere yet
[16:13] <traeak> was using a powered hub to power the rpi2 and wireless, etc
[16:15] <pksato> shauno: template to make refocus tools, https://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/viewtopic.php?p=973355#p973355
[16:17] <ScrumpyJack> shauno: do you have the hci_uart kernel module loaded?
[16:18] <ScrumpyJack> and the btbcm module?
[16:18] <Bilby> re: camera - razorblade the lens off and reinstall / replace?
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[16:24] <shauno> ScrumpyJack: yes, both - http://pastebin.com/ZDBNyTPC
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[16:24] <shauno> (I don't know much about bluetooth at all, but I can poke around mine on demand heh)
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[16:25] <yang> can RPI B gets its power over PoE ethernet ?
[16:25] <shauno> no
[16:26] <shauno> I mean, it can if you stick a splitter ahead of it. but it doesn't provide anything like this itself
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[16:27] <yang> there are no RPI's that are PoE powered ?
[16:27] <Bilby> yang: correct
[16:28] <ScrumpyJack> shauno: thanks
[16:28] <Bilby> the ethernet connection on the raspberry pi is magnetically coupled so PoE power can't transfer
[16:28] <pksato> yang: if need poe, user injector and extractor and DC-DC to 5V converter.
[16:28] <Bilby> and it would require a separate circuit to handle that power. There are HATs and external adapters available
[16:28] <yang> ok
[16:29] <shauno> to be honest, on the list of things people would like to change/fix about ethernet on the pi .. that's pretty low down the list
[16:30] <Bilby> Especially since there are two standards that use power in different ways
[16:30] <Bilby> It'd be interesting to make a Pi Zero Hat that integrates PoE
[16:30] <pksato> PoE need extra circuits, and it are costly.
[16:30] <Bilby> though really on the Zero it's not Hardware Attached on Top but rather Pi Attached on Bottom (PAB)
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[17:04] <yoosi> I built a neat little contraption this weekend. A Pi Zero with a Nokia 5220 display and some microswitches
[17:04] <yoosi> Right now it just gives some boring output like local and public IP addresses, hostname, uptime, CPU temp
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[17:05] <yoosi> I think it'd be fun to make a tomagatchi clone with it'
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[17:06] <SirLagz> anyone here made a PWM fan controller out of a Pi ?
[17:06] <SirLagz> just wondering how well it worked if anyone has done that
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[17:06] <yoosi> SirLagz: I have with an Arduino, but not a Pi
[17:06] <SirLagz> yoosi: eh close enough. what sort of fan were you using?
[17:08] <SirLagz> wooo I can hear again. damn server fan
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[17:36] <Jidoor> what could this error mean when trying to play a file with omxplayer
[17:36] <Jidoor> /usr/bin/omxplayer: line 67: 12068 Aborted LD_LIBRARY_PATH="$OMXPLAYER_LIBS${LD_LIBRARY_PATH:+:$LD_LIBRARY_PATH}" $OMXPLAYER_BIN "$@"
[17:37] <Jidoor> there doesn't seem to be anything special with this file and i can play it with vlc on another computer
[17:40] <oq> I'd imagine vlc to be faaar more capable than omxplayer
[17:41] <Jidoor> turned logging on and there is one error in there, ERROR: COMXAudioCodecOMX::GetData Unexpected change of size (12288->36864)
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[17:46] <curlyears> how does the progerammer/operator know which core will be handling any givwen interrupr, if you're using the cores for difference func tions to speed things up
[17:46] <curlyears> ?
[17:46] <curlyears> ?
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[17:48] <computer2000> Hey I want to cut a current on a circuit board on/off so I was thinking of using a relay but I was told by a friend to use a mosfet instead - the current is max 5A and it is 7.4V - is the mosfet the way to got?
[17:48] <Jidoor> well the file works when i disable audio with -n -1
[17:48] <Jidoor> doesn't help much :P
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[17:51] <curlyears> a MOSFET will be easier to drive than a relay, and relays can create real problems on your power bus
[17:53] <curlyears> \although looking for a 5Amp output you may need one or more buffer transistors in that circuit
[17:55] <curlyears> and, if you're switching a Voltage larger than the processor's supply, you'll need a boot-strap circuit
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[17:58] <curlyears> computer2000: you might go over to channel ##electronics and ask about driving power MOSFETs from GPIOK pins
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[18:24] <Jidoor> curious that file i couldn't play with omxplayer was on a network drive, when i moved it to the pi it would play it
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[18:24] <Jidoor> strange since i've always played files from the network drive
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[18:26] <Jidoor> and it was a popular tv show download so i doubt it was too exotic of a file
[18:27] <Jidoor> and only 600mb for 20min so no insane bitrate either
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[18:35] <klinikot> Thinking of making backup server with RPi. This should be also available for a couple of my friends. Unfortunately I do not have static IP. One solution is to use reverse VPN tunnel. But for this I still need a Server with static IP and reasonable band width. What are the options or other approaches?
[18:37] <pksato> klinikot: use some dinamic update dns service. like no-ip
[18:37] <GRiZL0C> do you mean a real backup server with decent amount of storage or more like a NAS?
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[18:39] <shiftplusone> leio: Does this look okay to you? https://github.com/raspberrypi/userland/pull/290/commits/e03358e0b2887afc733df1cdf2ea9aa1aa3573ef Comments welcome. https://github.com/raspberrypi/userland/pull/290
[18:39] <Bilby> klinikot: You can get dynamic name services - some routers have it built in, too (Asus does, at least) and some domain name providers offer it too.
[18:39] <klinikot> pksato: Thanks I will have a look on it
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[19:04] <raff0z> hi to all
[19:04] <raff0z> i need some infos because i think that i'll get a RPi3 :) can i run Plex Media Server on that device without lag? i want to stream contents to a chromecast or, if RPi3 can do it, play with PMS Client installed on the same Pi
[19:04] <raff0z> is possible? how about transcoding?
[19:05] <raff0z> maybe without client but only with chromecast
[19:05] <Roonix> Hi, if I use the RCA composite on the Pi Zero, is there anyway to get sound?
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[19:06] <Bilby> raff0z: not sure on plex, but there are many DLNA media servers that run happily on a pi
[19:07] <curlyears> Roonix: an RCA output opnm the Pi0? I didn't think the Pi0 offered such niceties?
[19:07] <Bilby> I've run some on a 1B that worked fine
[19:07] <raff0z> mmm what kind of servers?
[19:07] <Bilby> Roonix: you can add a few components and use a GPIO pin to get analog out
[19:07] <raff0z> @Bilby
[19:08] <Roonix> curlyears, yeah there are two pin header holes marked TV that you can attach a composite cable to for analogue out, Im just wondering about sound, maybe a USB audio would be the solution
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[19:08] <curlyears> raff0z: remeber that to the software, a Pi3 is qa 64bit processor with 1GB of RAM. If it'd run a 1.2Ghz PC with only 1GB of RAM, it shoul.d be able to run on the Pi3
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[19:09] <curlyears> Toonix: I don't think there is any support for audio on the Pi0. You have to use some GPIO and do sound externally, IIRC
[19:10] <curlyears> Roonix
[19:10] <curlyears> sowwy
[19:10] <raff0z> curlyears: yes i've read that for direct play is good, but for transcoding i've read opposite comments (positive and negative) ... so i want to know if someone had this configuration
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[19:11] <Roonix> ahh ok, well I guess USB sound card is the way to go, just found this that looks to be perfect http://www.modmypi.com/raspberry-pi/accessories/xbmc-media-and-sound/usb-sound-adapter-for-the-raspberry-pi
[19:11] <curlyears> \I doon't know what sort of resources transcoding involves. I have never played with that stuff
[19:12] <Bilby> Roonix: it's pretty easy to do the analog out if you can do a little soldering, but up to you
[19:12] <Roonix> oh it is? Yeah well I have to solder to get the composite video out anyways so a bit of soldering is no problems
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[19:14] <curlyears> raff0z: IIRC the Pi0 does not support USB. ALL iot offers is a GPIO/general expansion header, and it plugs inti a SIMM type socket, and represents only the processor and RAm of a Pi
[19:14] <gordonDrogon> pi0 has same USB as A+
[19:14] <Bilby> raff0z: http://www.instructables.com/id/Raspberry-Pi-Media-Server-MiniDLNA/
[19:14] <gordonDrogon> ie. it has full USB but not on-board hub/ethernet switch.
[19:14] <Bilby> https://bbrks.me/rpi-minidlna-media-server/ is another option
[19:14] <Bilby> Roonix: https://learn.adafruit.com/introducing-the-raspberry-pi-zero/audio-outputs
[19:15] <Roonix> Bilby, thanks :)
[19:15] <Bilby> welcome :)
[19:15] <curlyears> hmmm...it's been a while since I looked at Pi0 specs, nnot being able to get my hands on one in forever
[19:15] <raff0z> thanks Bilby
[19:16] <shauno> the simm socket thing is the compute module, not the zero
[19:19] <curlyears> sowwy, U R Right, shauno, I R wronog
[19:20] <curlyears> I think (and hope) the next step is a Pi4 with 64bit quad core 1.2GHz, and 2-4GB of RAM
[19:20] <Bilby> I know i've said this before, but... i think that would drive the price up too much
[19:21] <Bilby> Considering they released 2 major B models and the Zero in two years, I'd expect the next things they release will be an upgraded A model and a Compute Module revision
[19:21] <curlyears> it probably wouldn't. Using high density chip RAM like they're already using, it wouldn't probably cost more than another $5
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[19:22] <curlyears> you mmight be right about that, bilby
[19:22] <Bilby> I was surprised to see the higher res camera (happy, but surprised)... It'd be nice to see more video devices that use the ribbon connector
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[19:23] <Bilby> I'm really not sure what people are using the Pi for at the moment, where the biggest pressure is. Maybe an official servo + motor HAT
[19:23] <curlyears> what sorts of video devices are you thinking in terms of, bilby?
[19:23] <Bilby> it'd be nice to see something that comes out of the DSI slot and provides a more standard LCD driver, or possibly a larger or smaller touchscreen or a non-touch screen
[19:23] <curlyears> doesn't Adafruit or somebody like that already offer a Pi compatib;e motor hat?
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[19:24] <Bilby> there are a few, but something from the Foundation would give educators more access to it - their main target audience
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[19:24] <curlyears> I suppose you're correct about that
[19:25] <Bilby> An arduino bridge HAT woudl be cool too, start to merge the two to get the strengths of both
[19:25] <Bilby> a #captainplanet sort of situation
[19:25] <gordonDrogon> piduino... gertduino... many arduino sstems for Pi.
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[19:28] <kcirick> Hello... I am trying to build a tracked rover, and I have some questions about power... Right now I have 5 AA batteries connected in series (providing about 7V), but it still seem to be lacking power (epsecially right and left turns). Is this normal?
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[19:29] <kcirick> here is the kit I have: https://www.sparkfun.com/products/12091
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[19:34] <Bilby> 2、No Load Current: 125mA (170mA MAX)
[19:34] <Bilby> kcirick: need more powah
[19:35] <kcirick> Bilby: I know AA isn't the best option.. How do I know what current AA's are producing?
[19:35] <Bilby> http://data.energizer.com/PDFs/E91.pdf this is the datasheet for a pretty normal AA battery
[19:35] <kcirick> Im considering Li Ion or Li Polymer, but I'd have to order it
[19:35] <Bilby> your current capacity drops significantly, especially with a high-draw application. I'd start by trying lithium AA cells
[19:36] <Bilby> lithium AA cell: http://data.energizer.com/PDFs/l91.pdf
[19:36] <Bilby> you get a nearly linear discarge capacity
[19:37] <kcirick> Bilby: Is this same as something like: http://www.all-battery.com/7.4v800mahLIPObatterypack-31145.aspx
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[19:39] <Bilby> no
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[19:39] <Bilby> lithium AA batteries are non-rechargeable AA batteries that use lithium as their storage medium instead of alkaline
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[19:40] <Bilby> it gives them a much higher capacity and current draw capability, but they're still disposable AA batteries
[19:40] <kcirick> Bilby: So in a nutshell, for a simple rover (moving two DC motors), I should avoid Alkaline and get lithium AA batteries
[19:40] <Bilby> I would start there
[19:40] <Bilby> if they work, great, you're done
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[19:40] <Bilby> if not, something like a Lithium-Ion or Lithium Polymer (Li-ion, LiPo) battery pack would be the solution
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[19:41] <kcirick> Bilby: But the rechargeable LIPO are better solution?
[19:41] <Bilby> Li-Ion or LiPo are the best if you're doing something long term where you want to recharge
[19:41] <kcirick> or not necessarily better?
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[19:41] <kcirick> Bilby: Thank you
[19:41] <Bilby> better for current capability and power capacity, worse for complexity
[19:42] <kcirick> Bilby: If I want to add a pan-tilt servos, those should run off of RasPi power alone, correct?
[19:43] <kcirick> Any one more question: I'm using this motor driver: https://www.sparkfun.com/products/9457 ... What does Vcc correspond to?
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[19:45] <Bilby> kcirick: a very small servo may be able to get power from the 5V rail
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[19:45] <Bilby> VCC = power in
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[19:46] <kcirick> Bilby: Vm from the external battery pack.. Vcc from raspberry pi... I'm getting conflicting information about Vcc.. Do I connect to 5V or 3.3V?
[19:47] <lopta> Vcc is traditionally 5V. What do people call the 3V3 rail?
[19:47] <Bilby> looking at the data sheet for the chip https://www.sparkfun.com/datasheets/Robotics/TB6612FNG.pdf VCC is Small signal supply (2.7V~5.5V)
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[19:47] <Bilby> so it should be 3V3 to be the same as the Pi's GPIO output
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[19:49] <kcirick> Bilby: In the arduino example given in the link, it is connected to 5V. But I've seen other tutorials connecting to 3V3.. Does it not matter so much?
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[19:51] <Bilby> Arduino are 5V
[19:52] <lopta> What would be the proper term for a +9V rail, if I fed that to a CMOS chip for example?
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[19:55] <curlyears> depends on how many DC supply rails you have. If the (V rail is the only one, then it is Vcc
[19:55] <curlyears> Vcc has no globally defined default value.
[19:55] <shauno> cmos used to use Vdd, but the distinction is kinda lost in time
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[19:56] <curlyears> I have worked on boards with +65 sand -65 rails, and on boards with +1.8 rails, +Vcc -Vcc if bipolar, or Vccc is singular and alone
[19:57] <curlyears> gtrue shauno. you got me again *smmile*
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[19:57] <shauno> (Vcc for collector on a chip that's bjt-based, Vdd for drain on a chip that's fet-based. it's more to do with how the pins on the transistors they were born from were named, than the actual volt value)
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[19:58] <curlyears> gotta run
[19:59] <shauno> I just write v+/v-/gnd. if there's split rails and the difference matters, I write the actual number rather than assuming anyone's gonna guess it right the first two smokes
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[20:00] <kcirick> I'm also wondering... I have a toy remote car for my son that runs off of 3 AA alkaline batteries, why do they not have such current requirement as the rover I'm trying to build?
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[20:02] <Bilby> kcirick: the toy was engineered to use specific motor / controller unit for x weight and y gearset
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[20:03] <Bilby> possibly your unit could use a much more efficient power system, but difficult to tell
[20:03] <Bilby> also tracked movement requires much more current due to resistance
[20:03] <kcirick> Bilby: an answer I expected :-P
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[20:05] <kcirick> I also tried the non track with four indpedent motors (but two motors on the same side connected to the same terminal)
[20:06] <shauno> that's the kinda thing that probably answer your own question. a cheap RC toy is gonna have one motor + gear + axle driving, and another steering
[20:06] <shauno> usually with a brutally simply steering mechanism that just yanks you hard-left or hard-right so you're never really using it for long
[20:06] <shauno> if they take one motor to go forward, and you take 4 .. you can guess where the batteries went
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[20:08] <kcirick> shauno: thanks for the info.
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[20:11] <Bilby> shauno: magnets! that's what the steering was
[20:11] <kcirick> I guess the most efficient is the 2WD + the caster configuration
[20:11] <Bilby> man, i remember those cars. I remember my excitement the first Christmas I got an RC car with steering that moved a little bit if you pushed the stick a little bit
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[20:12] <Bilby> kcirick, in the end it all depends on what you need
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[20:13] <Bilby> A Jeep was cheap and nimble and could do a lot for its size, but a tank literally can carry a cannon and can move with ease across a battlefield
[20:14] <Bilby> The M1 Abrams has ablative armor and a giant main gun and can do 60 MPH cross-country because it uses a turbine engine and absolutely guzzles fuel. It can do that because they have an entire enterage of support vehicles
[20:20] <lopta> Jeeps are expensive. I suppose a tank is expensive too.
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[20:21] <Bilby> lopta: okay, Willys Jeeps *compared to many alternatives *during that era
[20:21] <shauno> not sure. don't see many tanks in autotrader here
[20:21] <Bilby> lol
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[20:21] * lopta thinks of Citizen Smith
[20:22] <Bilby> FS: M1 Abrams. 1 owner, low miles, garage kept. canvas seating, ablative armor, 120mm main gun. Perfect for Sunday afternoon drives
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[20:24] <bobvador> does it come with air conditioner ? :D
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[20:25] <kcirick> Going back to the power thing: no-load current for one motor = 170mA (max), that is 340mA for two motors. If I got a 800mAh battery pack, I have power for 2.3 hours, yes?
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[20:25] <lopta> I'd be more productive if my car had working A/C.
[20:25] <kcirick> or sunroof? lol
[20:25] <Bilby> bobvador no but it has a positive pressure sealing system guaranteed to keep out organic and chemical weapons
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[20:26] <bobvador> nice
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[20:27] <Bilby> kcirick: no load means it will only go up when there's a load on it. Assuming you have a very light load and only draw maybe 400mA, an 800mAh pack would give you approximately 2 hours of runtime.
[20:28] <Bilby> but realistically maybe an hour? it's very difficult to tell
[20:29] <kcirick> Bilby: Thanks
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[21:48] <atracht> is there a command line tool to display resource usage from multiple pi's
[21:48] <Habbie> tmux panes + htop comes to mind :)
[21:49] <atracht> you can connect to multiple hosts?
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[21:57] <mfa298> atracht: not command line, but you could also look at tools like zabbix, nagios, munin which will regularly collect stats and give you a web interface and potentially warnings from various stats
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[23:27] <Zythyr> Need help. Is it possible to connect a raspberry pi to a mointor and have it display specific image files in full screen?
[23:27] <shiftplusone> of course
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[23:27] <Zythyr> The image being displayed would be changed based on ssh comamands
[23:28] <Zythyr> How can I do this? Do I need to learn X11?
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[23:29] <H__> Zythyr: -> fbi -T 1 -d /dev/fb0 -noverbose /someimage.jpg
[23:29] <Gallomimia> heh. you have to call the fbi
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[23:30] <Gallomimia> sounds like you should make a brief script or an alias for this
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[23:33] <Zythyr> H__ What does -T mean in the fbi command?
[23:34] <Zythyr> Using fbi, is it possible for the image to be stretched to fit the moinitor or shrunk to fit the monitor?
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[23:38] <H__> the T selects the virtual terminal, you need that when you ssh in.
[23:39] <H__> see fbi --help
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