#raspberrypi IRC Log

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IRC Log for 2016-05-26

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[0:00] <devster31> shauno: so should I want a usb hub with power? does it cause the pi to receive too much power?
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[0:07] <Emil> Anyone else ordered the zero and camera adapter from pihut and got only the adapter
[0:07] <Emil> ?
[0:08] <davor> hi. I've got a problem with the vga666 adapter, I can't seem to get it working. I've added the three appropriate lines to config.txt, and tested the resistance between each vga port pin and gpio pin, and everything checks out
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[0:09] <davor> oh, and i2c and spi modules definitely aren't loaded
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[0:53] <JakeSays> does the pi3 still share a usb hub (or whatever) for both usb and ethernet?
[0:54] <BurtyB> JakeSays, yes, it still has a single usb to a hub with integrated ethernet
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[0:55] <JakeSays> hmm. i thought i heard they took advantage of some unused part of the soc
[0:55] <JakeSays> but guess not
[0:57] <BurtyB> JakeSays, wifi uses the second sdio port
[0:58] <Berg> my eyes are bleeding
[0:58] <Berg> one day they will seperate them?
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[0:59] <JakeSays> BurtyB: ah ok. makes sense
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[1:00] <JakeSays> huh. actually having a hdd doesnt appear to be affecting network perf too much
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[1:01] <SpeedEvil> Only if you try to use both heavily at once
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[1:08] <JakeSays> SpeedEvil: i'm mostly using it for compiling, so shouldnt be too much network load
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[1:14] <ricksl> anyone get riscos working on the pi3? ive seen some posts on the riscos forum about people getting it working but no one gives good instructions
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[1:17] <GRiZL0C> wow i managed to turn my old ps3 slim 120gb hdd in a external usb hdd storage device and its connected to the rpi 3 as NAS the only problem is its slooooooooooowww :(
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[1:18] <GRiZL0C> i had to type a lot of commands in terminal took me half an hour
[1:18] <GRiZL0C> but it works its possible
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[1:19] <GRiZL0C> i copied over a 1gig file and the speed of copying is about 9 MB/s
[1:20] <GRiZL0C> is this normal behaveiour or do i need to do something else to speed it up btw the rpi3 is connected via ethernet cable
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[1:21] <ricksl> for an older hard drive in an enclosure through rpi usb, I would say that is actually pretty acceptable performance
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[1:25] <GRiZL0C> great then its doing what is meant to do
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[1:27] <mfa298> 9MB/s file transfer is likely about the limit of the 10/100 interface
[1:30] <GRiZL0C> 9MB how much is that in Megabits?
[1:30] <mfa298> 9*8, so 72Mbit/s
[1:31] <GRiZL0C> wow great
[1:31] <mfa298> but there'll be ovrheads as well (samba protocol, tcp headers etc) so the actual rate will be higher
[1:32] <valesi> indeed. throughput vs goodput
[1:32] <GRiZL0C> so the ethernet port which is in theory 100mbps in real life is 72mbps yep i dont think it will be faster
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[1:36] <GRiZL0C> tthe next thing is i would like to copy some videos on the usb nas and play them in kodi under raspbian but the last time i did that it installs not the latest kodi 16.1 but the older 15.2
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[1:36] <mfa298> that depends at what level you look at it, it would hopefully be doign near 100mbps at the ethernet level. But not all those bits being sent are your file
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[1:39] <mfa298> and different protocols will have slightly different overheads (nfs over udp probably has less overhead than smb, but it's less useful in a windows environment)
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[1:41] <GRiZL0C> mfa298: thanks for explaining. Gonna take a cigarette break now laterz...
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[4:49] <k_sze[work]> I can't use the Print Screen key to take screenshots on Raspbian (LXDE)?
[4:50] <k_sze[work]> Like, I have to have scrot running in order for that to work?
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[4:51] <Zardoz> no, you type scrot and it takes the shot
[4:51] <k_sze[work]> (Unlike on Windows, where the Print Screen key pretty much always saves the screen to the clipboard.
[4:51] <Zardoz> nope it dumps it to a file
[4:51] <k_sze[work]> Hmm, http://wiki.lxde.org/en/How_to_take_screenshots
[4:52] <Zardoz> in the current directory that you are in.
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[5:01] <[Saint]> Ms. [Saint]'s gonna be ssssssooooooooooooo maaaaaad.
[5:01] <[Saint]> >.>
[5:01] * [Saint] screwed up the bleach and fabric softener bottles.
[5:01] <Zardoz> oh, what you do?
[5:01] <Zardoz> oh boy
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[5:12] <k_sze[work]> Zardoz: looks like I don't actually need scrot at all.
[5:12] <Ivoah> Oh hey, is that [Saint] from #rockbox?
[5:12] <k_sze[work]> It's now automatic in the latest release of Raspbian.
[5:12] <[Saint]> Ivoah: the one and only.
[5:12] <Ivoah> heya
[5:12] <[Saint]> Small world huh. :)
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[5:14] <Roonix> k_sze[work], what is automatic? pressing print screen will take a screenshot?
[5:14] <k_sze[work]> Roonix: yes
[5:14] <Roonix> ah cool
[5:14] <k_sze[work]> And it saves directly in your home directory.
[5:14] <[Saint]> Well...I freaked out, since there's no "Oh my God, I dun goofed!" button on a washing machine, apparently.
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[5:15] <Ivoah> [Saint]: circuit breaker
[5:15] <[Saint]> Dumped an approximately equal amount of hydrogen peroxide in there.
[5:15] <Ivoah> :P
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[5:15] <[Saint]> I'll either neutralize the bleach...of turn everything into a slurry of cotton fibers.
[5:15] <[Saint]> Its 50/50.
[5:16] <[Saint]> *or
[5:17] <[Saint]> The bottles are _exactly the same_ for the bleach and fabric softener from this company.
[5:17] <[Saint]> Who does that?
[5:17] <Zardoz> hehe
[5:17] <ckeltz> I mean, in the latter case you could try your hand at making a paper-like material using a mesh w/ frame
[5:17] <ckeltz> and then, like, sew it into a shirt
[5:17] <ckeltz> or somethign
[5:17] <[Saint]> Hmmm. I could turn them back into towels again.
[5:18] <Zardoz> I think its going to bad for you [Saint]
[5:18] <[Saint]> Probably.
[5:19] <[Saint]> I think at the least I'll end up with slightly psychedelic or dalmation styled towels.
[5:19] <plugwash> hmm, on my washing machine there is a program selection called "drain" that you can use to drain the machine and open the door.
[5:19] <[Saint]> Interesting.
[5:20] * binaryhermit is reminded of that cleaning product that looks like some sort of fruity drink
[5:20] <Roonix> is it only towels that you've ruined?
[5:20] <[Saint]> Mine is a top loader, but once you start a cycle, you're committed.
[5:20] <[Saint]> Even if you stop it, if it is already half full of water when you start another cycle it's just like "Oh, great, I don't have to fill up as much".
[5:20] <[Saint]> Because it has a soak and hold/deyaled start logic and gets confused.
[5:21] <binaryhermit> https://www.bing.com/images/search?q=fabuloso&qpvt=fabuloso+&qpvt=fabuloso+&qpvt=fabuloso+&FORM=IGRE
[5:21] <[Saint]> Mmmmmm. Chemicals.
[5:21] <binaryhermit> or enter "fabuloso" into your image search engine of choice if you prefer
[5:22] <plugwash> top loading washing machines seem to be an american thing, all the ones i've seen here are front-loading
[5:22] <Zardoz> that stuff looks like some coolaid drink stuff.
[5:22] <binaryhermit> yes, yes it does
[5:22] <[Saint]> plugwash: that's usually a space constriction thing.
[5:22] <[Saint]> you guys usually have the drier immediately above it in a tiny little cupboard thing no one can move in.
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[5:22] <gnawzie> hello
[5:23] <[Saint]> because you live in shoeboxes.
[5:23] <gnawzie> why does compiling with -j2 result almost hard-freeze
[5:23] <Zardoz> yes please I would like some fabuloso drink
[5:23] <gnawzie> is it possible to bog down cpu just by using two out of four cores very heavily
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[5:24] <Zardoz> memory? or diswk?
[5:24] <Zardoz> disk
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[5:25] * plugwash has a washer-driver (uses one drum for both washing and drying)
[5:26] <[Saint]> aren't they overall fairly significantly less efficient than a dedicated unit for each?
[5:26] <Zardoz> that always scared me, it's like crossing the streams.
[5:27] <plugwash> quite possiblly but they arre damn conviniant and they fit in one slot in the kitchen
[5:27] <[Saint]> my understanding is the main reasons you guys use front loading washers is space constrictions and less overall water use.
[5:27] <[Saint]> The latter is definitely a bonus, but they aren't problems we really have to care about here.
[5:28] <Zardoz> yeah front load uses a lot less water.
[5:28] <Zardoz> or it can anyways
[5:28] <[Saint]> low population densities, large houses, and situated above a near limitless supply of fresh mountain runoff aquifer goodness.
[5:29] <Zardoz> it's not mandated we use front load. just suggested.
[5:29] <Zardoz> and I guess savings in water bill
[5:30] <[Saint]> though shoebox-style living is definitely becoming a thing, even most of those that are considered 'small' seem to manage to pull off a side-by-side washer/drier laundry with a twin tub..
[5:30] <plugwash> AIUI washer-driers use a water-cooled condensor which is less efficient than a vent but possiblly better than what standalone condensor-driers use
[5:31] * Zardoz wants the cool-aid soap.
[5:32] <plugwash> (from an installation point of view washer-driers are a direct replacement for washers which is nice when you live in a rented flat)
[5:33] <Zardoz> I lease my washer and dryer. it cost more, but I never have to pay for maintenance or replacement.
[5:34] <Zardoz> and I rent. my place so I dont have to lug them around.
[5:34] <Zardoz> just seem to be worth the extra cost.
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[5:35] <chlamydia> raspberrypifan: hi
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[5:35] <Zardoz> lol
[5:36] <Zardoz> wow fabuloso makes are kinds of cleaning products
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[5:37] <Zardoz> http://www.kirkdistributors.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/12/02-Fabuloso-28oz-Group.jpg
[5:37] <Zardoz> lmao all of the flavors
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[5:53] <Berg> what flavour is the blue one?
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[5:55] <Zardoz> cool brease
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[6:00] <Crom> hmmm what's you cost on a washer and dryer a month?
[6:01] <Crom> Zardoz, how much a month for the Washer and dryer?
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[6:03] <Zardoz> ~35.00
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[6:05] <Zardoz> I had them come out 2x this year
[6:05] <Crom> ouch...
[6:05] <Zardoz> once for a washer issue and the coil in the dryer
[6:05] <Crom> how old are the units?
[6:05] <Berg> i bought a washer 20 years ago still going strong no repares
[6:05] <Zardoz> going 5 years now
[6:05] <Berg> so thats 240 months by 300 bucks
[6:05] <Zardoz> they was new whent he shipped them
[6:06] <Berg> so nearly 1 dollar a month
[6:06] <Berg> i think ill just buy a washer
[6:06] <Berg> 30*45?
[6:06] <Zardoz> I know it cost more, but I dont have to deal with it.
[6:06] <Crom> I just did the first repair on my washer at 22 years and my dryer died at 21, new dryer was a non working free one from a friend it cost $4 for the part to fix it..
[6:07] <Berg> 1350
[6:07] <Berg> thats a lot
[6:07] <Crom> and the new dryer's probably 20 years old...
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[6:07] <Berg> so i thinking buying them is cheaper
[6:07] <Zardoz> oh, it is
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[6:08] <Zardoz> I agree
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[6:08] <Crom> 5 years ofr 2 repairs... you'd be money ahead to buy a new set every 3 years
[6:08] <Berg> but you rich so all goiod
[6:08] <Zardoz> :P
[6:08] <Crom> and when you leave, leave em.
[6:08] <Berg> sell them
[6:08] <Berg> more money back
[6:09] <Zardoz> yup I dont have to move them or try and sell if I have to
[6:09] <Berg> \4bucks each
[6:09] <Zardoz> anyways yeah it cost. but I am ok with it
[6:09] <Berg> you rich folks all the same
[6:09] <Crom> Berg, my best score on a washer and dryer, was 2 pairs of Kenmore Washer and dryers... parts from fixed the other, I got paid $40 to haul them off... I ran them 25 years...
[6:10] <Berg> yeah sounds good
[6:10] <Crom> my son actually is still running them, so they're to 35 years now
[6:10] <Berg> i buy new ones if i ever have to
[6:10] <Berg> its long time before i need new
[6:11] <Crom> nah.. I'll rebuild the 60-70-early80's kenmores, they last forever...
[6:12] <Crom> My folks WD are right at 52 years.. total parts bill is still less than $50
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[6:13] <Berg> i like my new sones they beep
[6:13] <Berg> \beep beep beep
[6:13] <Zardoz> lol
[6:13] <Berg> sounds cool
[6:13] <Crom> Last year I found a Whirlpool face plate off the same model washer... stuck that on mine to match the Whirlpool dryer
[6:14] <Zardoz> a frind of mine has one that plays happy little tunes.
[6:14] <Berg> well mine washes clothes
[6:14] <Berg> \ner ner
[6:14] <Zardoz> lmao
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[6:15] <Zardoz> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Y7rj98trow
[6:16] <Crom> a rebuild kit for a kenmore/whirlpool gas dryer IE: new felts, rollers, belts, ... is less than $80 last time I checked actually it was $55. when done your dryer is good for another 20-30 years...
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[6:17] <Berg> in africa they buy a new rock
[6:17] * Berg rolls about laughing
[6:17] <Zardoz> jez
[6:17] <Crom> wow expensive rock... I'd just pick up another one..
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[6:18] <Berg> im gona start a bussiness "Rent A Rock"\
[6:18] <Zardoz> side load laundry rock.
[6:18] <Crom> hehe
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[6:18] <Zardoz> now with stone wash.
[6:19] <Berg> get a new cloths dryer called Hot Rock
[6:19] * Berg rolls about laughing
[6:19] <Berg> im killoing me
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[6:19] <Berg> ok i better stop
[6:19] <Zardoz> speaking of wash :P be right back
[6:19] <Zardoz> need to heat the stone
[6:19] <Crom> yeah ditto
[6:20] <Berg> im still having no joy with my wifi on my pi3
[6:20] <Crom> I'm just gonna light the grass on fire..
[6:21] <Berg> i might need a new router seems lots of ip conflic5t
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[6:23] <Crom> I'm running 4 routers using DD-wrt basically one at each quadrant of the house
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[6:26] <Crom> nite nite
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