#raspberrypi IRC Log

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IRC Log for 2016-06-15

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[0:00] <bpye> BurtyB: https://gist.github.com/anonymous/b4020bd5e28f8972a1363cb334ac7f23 this is my config
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[0:00] <streulma> goodnight
[0:00] <ali1234> BurtyB: did you ever benchmark the secondary SD interface?
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[0:01] <ali1234> i guess it's not really secondary any more on the pi 3
[0:01] <BurtyB> ali1234, it's the same speed as the first one and if you try to read from both it looks to be interleaved (both add up to the same speed as a single one in use)
[0:02] <ali1234> cool
[0:02] <BurtyB> ali1234, the hat I have works on the pi3 but obv. you have no wifi
[0:02] <bpye> Yeah I really odn't know why this isn't working... It is a compute module so eMMC for the primary device not SD but that shouldn't change anything as far as I know of :(
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[0:13] <bpye> Does the sdio interface work with raspbian lite, the latest image? I think the kernel is 4.4.11+ right?
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[0:17] <ali1234> yes, it's the distro, jst with out gui
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[0:18] <bpye> ali1234: I figured
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[0:51] <BurtyB> bpye, doesn't look like I can get mmc1 to work with the 4.4.9-v7+ kernel
[0:51] <bpye> BurtyB: Aaah, that could explain it
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[0:51] <bpye> How irritiating
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[1:12] <bpye> BurtyB: Hm, surely the rpi3 needs that interface?
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[1:26] <BurtyB> bpye, I have dts http://pastebin.com/5nkpq87G compiled and put into a hat eeprom and mmc1 shows up and works OK on B+/3 (with 4.4.9) so you can prob use something like that (you won't need fragment@5 tho as that's for an led)
[1:26] <BurtyB> might be worth looking at the differences between that and what is in there currently but it's kip time for me
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[1:35] <h4k1m> Hi
[1:36] <h4k1m> Do I need a sd card adapter to mount it to the RPi2?
[1:36] <methuzla> mount what?
[1:37] <h4k1m> methuzla: the sd card
[1:38] <jamesd> i think they are microsd slots in them
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[1:38] <methuzla> no, just use a micro sd
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[1:41] <h4k1m> jamesd: methuzla: cool thanks guys (my sd card was delivered before the RPi I thought I needed the adapter...)
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[1:42] <GreeningGalaxy> Every pi after tha first generation has used microSD slots IIRC
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[1:43] <GreeningGalaxy> Not sure about the Pi1 B+, but the A+ does, as does the 2, 3, and Zero
[1:43] <methuzla> b+ and onward = micro sd
[1:43] <h4k1m> GreeningGalaxy: I see, thanks!
[1:44] <GreeningGalaxy> ah yeah, shouldve just looked up the page before saying
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[1:47] <GreeningGalaxy> interesting. http://raspi.tv/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/Pi-Zero-1.3-Power-Usage-Chart.png shows the 3 using about exactly the same power as the 2. I find that hard to believe considering how hot the 3 runs compared to the 2
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[1:47] <GreeningGalaxy> I guess the 3 must have very high peaks
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[3:31] <ball> Mornin'
[3:31] <bpye> BurtyB: Could that work as an overlay?
[3:31] <bpye> I dont have a hat eeprom
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[3:43] <berryboy> hi all - what would one recommend to allow a GPIO pin to set an output between 5-2V using PWM to drive a vibrating motor?
[3:44] <berryboy> i need some type of FET to drive 5V on a GPIO pin right?
[3:45] <ball> Vibrating motor for haptic feedback?
[3:45] <berryboy> correct, yeah
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[3:50] * ball ponders
[3:51] <ball> Are you using PWM to influence the voltage charge on a cap that the motor runs from?
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[3:54] <up2late> just bought a 128g usb drive to use with my pi. I formatted it to fat32 an stuck it in my pi. still doesnt see it.. what am i doing wrong?
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[3:55] <NedScott> you didn't plug the Pi into power?
[3:55] <NedScott> did I win?
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[3:56] <berryboy> ball: i don't have anything setup. still in the planning phase. i just have a vibrating motor that opperates from 2-5V and want to be able to actuate that voltage using python/GPIO
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[3:56] <Berg> do the gpoi out put 5v?
[3:57] <Berg> or is that only the power pins?
[3:57] <NedScott> v3
[3:57] <Berg> thats what i thought
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[3:58] <up2late> yes its plugged in lol
[3:58] <up2late> df -h should show it right?
[3:59] <ball> 3.3V
[3:59] <ball> iirc.
[3:59] <NedScott> http://www.dx.com/p/waveshare-5v-3-3v-8-ch-level-conversion-module-for-raspberry-pi-390733#.V2C2kWO2z6A
[4:00] <NedScott> I had to use that for one of those relay boards, though some people get lucky and the v5 relays work anyways
[4:00] <mfa298> up2late: you'll need to mount it
[4:00] <up2late> how do i do that
[4:00] <ozzzy> all you need is a little FET to switch 3v to 5v
[4:01] <ball> Wait, I thought it was berryboy who was switching the motor.
[4:01] <Berg> NedScott: i used a seperate power supply for the relay and 3.3v to activate the relay
[4:01] <Berg> so optocoupled isolated
[4:01] <NedScott> had that too, but still needed to boost it to 5v
[4:01] * NedScott shrugs
[4:01] * ball is confused
[4:02] <Berg> the relat has a jumper yo0u can remove to isolate it fro m the activation pins
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[4:03] <mfa298> up2late: 'sudo mount /dev/sd?? /media/usb' where /dev/sd?? is the device name for it, and /media/usb is where you want it to appear. Don't forget to umount it before unplugging it
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[4:07] <up2late> ty
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[4:09] <berryboy> ball it is me :D
[4:11] <Sonny_Jim> Is there anything I should change on my filesystem when swapping up to a Pi 3?
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[4:15] <berryboy> ozzzy: is current an issue at all?
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[4:21] <Chillum> Sonny_Jim: just make sure it is fully upgraded
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[4:25] <Sonny_Jim> No overclock option in raspi-config for the 3?
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[4:35] <Chillum> Sonny_Jim: I think the standard clocking is a bit on the over side
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[4:52] <berryboy> if i use the following circuit, when i set a duty cycle of 0 on my 3.3v GPIO, what will the output be? http://i.stack.imgur.com/HDchC.png
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[4:52] <berryboy> 0, or is that also being stepped up?
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[5:06] <Chillum> berryboy: a duty cycle of zero means off always
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[5:12] <berryboy> so say duty cycle 50
[5:12] <berryboy> will it be 50% of 5v?
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[5:18] <Goldschlager> I've got a question that may be simple - when I type the command to open a certain program on RPi, typically that program opens an image as well, then i can run through it. However, when I use ssh to run it, it just closes the program after about 5 seconds
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[5:21] <Batch> Goldschlager it makes use of X11?
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[5:21] <Goldschlager> Batch Yes? not sure what x11 is
[5:22] <Goldschlager> i'm guessing it has to do with the display part
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[5:23] <Goldschlager> sudo apt-get install hamexam - that's what i'm using
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[5:26] <Goldschlager> it gives me options on what exam pool questions, but it closes before i can make a selection
[5:26] <Goldschlager> if i'm physically in front of it, then it works fine, just not on ssh
[5:28] <Batch> Goldschlager maybe you can use this technique to get to know the problem: http://www.cyberciti.biz/faq/linux-redirect-error-output-to-file/
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[5:48] <[Saint]> [15:48] <[Saint]> OK - OpenELEC Jarvis, for Raspberry Pi 3; Anyone have any idea why the built-in Wi-Fi won't display my APs?
[5:48] <[Saint]> errr...whoops, anyway, question stands, formatting aside.
[5:51] <[Saint]> If I plug in a wireless dongle to the Raspberry Pi 3, it picks up my APs on the newly inserted wlan1, but wlan0 doesn't display any of my APs - only my neighbors for some reason, but I suspect that is coincidental.
[5:51] <[Saint]> What on Earth could the difference be? Has anyone else had any issues with the built-in Wi-Fi on the RPi 3 being oddly selective for some reason?
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[5:54] <Goldschlager> nope
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[5:57] <[Saint]> Goldschlager: do you have a Raspi 3 and a $SOMETHING_ELSE there with full wireless connectivity and if you do could you please check if both the raspi and the $SOMETHING_ELSE have complete view of the same set of APs?
[5:58] <[Saint]> wlan0 is pretty obviously functional here, it is just for some reason it isn't displaying the AP(s) I would like to connect to within my own network.
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[5:58] <[Saint]> But there's nothing special about the APs. Every mobile device in the house is connected to the same AP.
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[5:59] <Syliss> 2.4ghz only?
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[6:00] <[Saint]> Syliss: bonded AP setup with 2.4/5GHz b/g/n mixed mode.
[6:01] <Syliss> hmm odd
[6:01] <[Saint]> Though it hadn't occured to me to check this. I can't offhand think of any device that does 5GHz and not 2.4GHz also.
[6:01] <[Saint]> Or is the pi 3 wlan0 a special snowflake?
[6:02] <Syliss> its 2.4 only i think
[6:02] <[Saint]> Yeah, hmmm, then that's definitely not it.
[6:03] <[Saint]> I have full wireless coverage available.
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[6:03] <[Saint]> Perhaps it is an OpenELEC-ism.
[6:04] <[Saint]> I noticed yesterday that OpenELEC for some ungodly reason can't connect to a wireless AP if the passphrase has '-' in it.
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[6:04] <Syliss> sucky
[6:05] <[Saint]> And the wireless passphrase for that particular AP just so happens to have about 7 '-'s
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[6:06] <[Saint]> #openelec is absolutely dead. :-S
[6:06] <[Saint]> ~200 people just chillin', doing absolutely nothing.
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[6:07] <[Saint]> Hmmmm...bah.
[6:08] <up2late> sounds familiar
[6:08] <up2late> most of the rpi chans are link that
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[6:09] <[Saint]> My APs definitely cover the range available, surely enough for the Raspi to see/connect to something. I have B/G/N mixed mode, 802.11a/g/n mixed mode...
[6:09] <up2late> in #raspbian it has 340 in there and no one has said anything in 3 hours
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[6:11] <[Saint]> Hmmmm. Perhaps it is something to do with 20/40MHz 2.4GHz support. I'll try forcing 40MHz and using an in-spec wireless channel.
[6:11] <[Saint]> But if that is the problem, it is going to suck.
[6:12] <[Saint]> Because I am surrounded by people who don't realize that it is a really stupid idea and hurts everyone to pick wireless channels outside of the three main ones that don't overlap spectrum.
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[6:13] <PhotoJim> that's precisely why I use wire whenever possible.
[6:13] <[Saint]> 1, 6, and 11 - people.
[6:13] <[Saint]> It's not hard.
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[6:14] <[Saint]> Hey, you, ...yeah you, the guy on channel 4, and the many guys on channels 7 and 8, I know you think you're being clever, but, you're screwing it up for everyone.
[6:14] <[Saint]> Sincerely - me.
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[6:15] <[Saint]> PhotoJim: from my recollection, you're one of a very small handful of people I have ever met who is actually aware that band overlap is even a problem.
[6:16] <PhotoJim> if you have a lot of channel 1 and 7 nearby, running 4 can make sense. you will tend to get better throughput than being on 1 or 7. but that's not the case in most places.
[6:16] <[Saint]> So I guess that goes a long way towards explaining why wireless is absolutely crap in basically any heavily populated area.
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[6:16] <PhotoJim> [Saint]: true, most people don't know. but I'm also more militant than most about avoiding using WiFi whenever I can. I use it when I travel, and on my tablet and phone . at home almost everything (including laptops, game consoles, even my Chromecasts) are on wire.
[6:17] <pcmerc> I hate wifi
[6:17] <pcmerc> wire for me
[6:17] <[Saint]> PhotoJim: I tend to go out of spec for my locale and hop on to 13 because around here 13 is almost always empty because consumer routers in the en-NZ locale are required to disable band 13 support.
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[6:18] <[Saint]> But if you run your own hardware, you can do as you please. The Wi-Fi police aren't gonna come kick my door in.
[6:18] <PhotoJim> no, but you run the risk of interfering with other services
[6:18] <PhotoJim> or they with you
[6:20] <berryboy> would this (https://www.sparkfun.com/products/12009) be a good logic board to use to step up 3.3V GPIO pin to 5v?
[6:20] <berryboy> as shown here: http://i.stack.imgur.com/vk0vs.png
[6:21] <[Saint]> Currently it is unused, but I don't have a hell of a lot longer left before I either have to move channels.
[6:21] <[Saint]> They're wanting to free that part of the spectrum up for terrestrial digital television or so soon.
[6:22] <[Saint]> Or wireless broadband or so.
[6:22] <[Saint]> Something like this.
[6:23] <Goldschlager> Saint, my RPi3 picks up about a dozen networks near me…
[6:23] <[Saint]> Goldschlager: thanks, but that's anecdotal without the rest of the information.
[6:24] <hypermist> Slowly my parts from china are arriving (:
[6:24] <Goldschlager> And on the subject of crowded wifi net, I went through and put CAT6 infrastructure in my house, I also use MOCA on the coax, which I also put in (Used to work for DirecTv so I had lots of that stuff at my disposal).
[6:24] <[Saint]> Are the same sets of APs available for all of your wireless enabled devices, that's the information I was interested in.
[6:24] <Goldschlager> oh, yes
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[6:24] <[Saint]> My Rpi 3 picks up several dozen APs too, but it is also missing several dozen, including every single one of my own.
[6:25] <Goldschlager> oh…I was thinking you weren't finding any (misread)
[6:25] <hypermist> [Saint], not 5ghz ?
[6:26] <Goldschlager> I know my network is G/N on 2.4ghz only
[6:26] <[Saint]> hypermist: I have 2.4 and 5GHz available in every flavor imaginable. a/b/g/n
[6:26] <hypermist> thats all the devices in this house support no 5ghz only 2.4 D";
[6:26] <Goldschlager> and I kept it on a narrow band 20mhz
[6:26] <hypermist> [Saint], oh weird
[6:26] <[Saint]> I think it might be crapping the bed over 40MHz banding.
[6:28] <Goldschlager> My Pi is by a big bay window closest to the street, so it seems like all my neighbors must have 3 routers each or the default on the cable company router's power output is borderline that 5W max legal limit.
[6:28] <Goldschlager> I run mine at like 200mW
[6:29] <[Saint]> bah - screw it, it isn't important, I guess. I wanted one AP for data traffic, and one segregated AP for the wireless Kodi remotes scattered around the house.
[6:29] <[Saint]> doesn't really matter which wireless receiver does which.
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[6:29] <[Saint]> I just don't like things that don't work when I expect they should.
[6:30] <Goldschlager> haha… agreed. So, you have multiple AP's (or repeaters) in house
[6:30] <Goldschlager> ?
[6:30] <[Saint]> several dozen, yes.
[6:31] <Goldschlager> how big is your damn house? I could see the main router and maybe a small repeater somewhere
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[6:32] <[Saint]> Big enough. But I split services into segregated buckets to limit attack surface.
[6:32] <[Saint]> Things that have no business being able to talk to other things...can't.
[6:32] <Goldschlager> You don't have your SSID hidden or MAC address filtering on do you?
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[6:33] <[Saint]> Not in this specific instance, no.
[6:33] <Goldschlager> k
[6:33] <[Saint]> I got pissy and threw up a wide open access point for the sake of testing.
[6:34] <Goldschlager> Can you enter your SSID in manually?
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[6:35] <[Saint]> Not without some screwing around. Kodi's interface is dumbed down a lot for the masses.
[6:35] <Goldschlager> oh crap, yes… that makes it more difficult
[6:35] <[Saint]> I'll try it behind its back over ssh next.
[6:35] <[Saint]> So I'm limited to being able to connect to what wlan0 actually sees.
[6:36] <[Saint]> s/sees/displays over the Kodi interface/
[6:37] <Goldschlager> Someone else needs to chime in here, I'm not super fluent with Kodi, once mine was running I haven't messed with it since
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[6:38] <[Saint]> Man I pity anyone where streaming isn't a legally protected thing in their locale.
[6:38] <[Saint]> I get far too much use out of Exodus.
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[6:38] <Goldschlager> :)
[6:38] <[Saint]> For most of the world it is legally questionable at best, illegal at worst.
[6:38] <Goldschlager> You said you see the network on a USB wifi Dongle?
[6:39] <[Saint]> Correct.
[6:39] <[Saint]> wlan1 - wireless N 300 dongle == good, wlan0 - Rpi 3 internal == bad.
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[6:40] <[Saint]> though I'm now using wlan0 as a tethered access point on Kodi for the wireless remote - so it isn;t a total loss.
[6:40] <[Saint]> regarding Exodus/streaming/piracy/legality - I'm in a bit of a special position in New Zealand.
[6:41] <[Saint]> Download/torrent == bad, super criminal totes bad guy.
[6:41] <[Saint]> Stream == legally protected, for some weird reason.
[6:41] <Goldschlager> interesting
[6:41] <[Saint]> So needless to say I get far far far too much use out of Exodus.
[6:42] <Goldschlager> and here I am stuck with Netflix
[6:42] <[Saint]> Didn't you just say you had a Kodi media center?
[6:43] <[Saint]> Exodus is calling. 300Mbit VPNs are cheap for the paranoid.
[6:43] <Goldschlager> Yeah, but that just has my personal movies and music on it
[6:44] <[Saint]> I'm at a point now where Kodi and Exodus could almost completely replace my digital terrestrial television service.
[6:44] <[Saint]> There's nothing that I want to watch that I can't watch thereon.
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[6:45] <[Saint]> But talking about it on Freenode gets interesting I guess.
[6:45] <[Saint]> People would likely get anal at me about it and cry foul of piracy, but, streaming is entirely legal here so I guess I'm in a lucky/odd situation.
[6:46] <[Saint]> Well...s/entirely legal/not illegal/g
[6:47] <Goldschlager> I'm not worried about it. It was fine before Metallica made a stink about it. And that was the biginning for us.
[6:47] <[Saint]> I don't think anyone really saw the end result coming when they made their wording very specific to local downloads.
[6:47] <[Saint]> The law here is rather specifically worded and worded in such a way that streaming gets a free pass.
[6:48] <Goldschlager> So, I guess I'm trying to catch up with you on using OpenELEC. My RPi2 has Kodi on it, and that is connected via ethernet.
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[6:49] <[Saint]> Pi 3 and wireless here, on Kodi Jarvis.
[6:50] <[Saint]> I just use it for Exodus and Exp Google Play Music.
[6:51] <[Saint]> The former is a stream-ALL-THE-THINGS service application, the latter is a very handy gmusicapi UI wrapper for Kodi that provides a full featured Google Play Music service for both free and All Access paid clients (like myself).
[6:51] <[Saint]> so with two plugins (as well as my Google Play Music subscription), I have ALL THE MUSICS and ALL THE TELEVISION/MOVIES.
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[8:43] <Goldschlager> Hello
[8:43] <TheFatherMind> OMG a visitor!!
[8:43] * TheFatherMind greets you!!!
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[8:46] <Drzacek> Hi Goldschlager
[8:47] <Goldschlager> How's it going
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[8:48] <Drzacek> Mostly backwards. You?
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[8:57] <BurtyB> bpye, yes, you should be able to as that's where most of it came from originally
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[8:59] <BurtyB> bpye, the only difference is I've disabled the "non-removable" part and know it loads rather than trying to figure out how to do it
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[9:04] * BurtyB holds his mastercard up
[9:05] <BurtyB> :)
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[9:06] <Goldschlager> Drzacek about the same
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[9:09] <Goldschlager> Stuggling running a program over SSH today
[9:10] <Goldschlager> Any suggestions?
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[9:12] <Berg> ssh <ip> -l <username>
[9:12] <Berg> cd to program folder
[9:12] <Berg> sh program name
[9:12] <Goldschlager> i use: ssh pi@192.xxx.xxx.xxx
[9:12] <Berg> python program name
[9:12] <Berg> ./program name
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[9:13] <Berg> what is happen ingt Goldschlager
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[9:15] <euroBASIC> hi all
[9:15] <Goldschlager> Berg: when I'm at my pi, i open the terminal and type the program name (hamexam), and a picture pops up and I continue on in terminal… on ssh, it opens for about 5 seconds and then closes before I can choose an option
[9:16] <Berg> ssh terminal should stay open
[9:16] <Berg> odd
[9:16] <Berg> does it show a option list?
[9:16] <Goldschlager> the terminal does.. but it closes my program
[9:16] <Berg> you program is crashing?
[9:17] <Berg> dinner
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[9:19] <Goldschlager> I can send you a screenshot
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[9:29] <euroBASIC> can anyone help me with noobs lite?
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[9:30] <Drzacek> euroBASIC, noobs lite?
[9:30] <Drzacek> didn't know there was lite version
[9:31] <euroBASIC> https://www.raspberrypi.org/downloads/noobs/
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[9:31] <Drzacek> Yeah I saw that. So what is your problem with that?
[9:32] <euroBASIC> i would like to put another OS
[9:32] <euroBASIC> in lite version
[9:32] <Drzacek> format your SD card and start over
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[9:33] <Drzacek> :D
[9:33] <euroBASIC> :))
[9:33] <euroBASIC> https://github.com/raspberrypi/noobs
[9:34] <Drzacek> looks like noobs provide multiboot
[9:34] <euroBASIC> i need network boot
[9:34] <Drzacek> can't help you because I never used noobs
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[9:36] <shantaram_> yo
[9:36] <shantaram_> uhhm
[9:36] <shantaram_> i need to attach a raspberry pi to a cardboard box
[9:37] <Berg> Goldschlager: does you program n eed a desktop to run?
[9:37] <Goldschlager> I'm thinking it might, Did you get my attachment?
[9:37] <shantaram_> and might need to remove it. mounting screws are not an option and i'd like to not screw up any traces since i took a lotta pains acquiring this one.
[9:37] <Berg> no
[9:38] <Berg> i cant get dcc
[9:38] <Goldschlager> oh
[9:38] <shantaram_> 'scuse me?
[9:38] <Berg> its ok try running it on a desktop if it works then thats the issue
[9:38] <shantaram_> i asked a question?
[9:38] * shantaram_ is now known as toomanyerrors
[9:38] <Berg> Goldschlager: you can use3 vnc
[9:39] <Goldschlager> Yeah, it's mostly command line though, it generates 1 pic for the desktop
[9:39] <Berg> then nthats issue
[9:39] <toomanyerrors> hello?
[9:39] <Goldschlager> VNC will chew through too much data, I'm still in a bean feild.
[9:39] <Myrtti> toomanyerrors: patience
[9:40] <Berg> Goldschlager: IS YOUR PI IN THE BEAN FIELD TOO?
[9:40] <toomanyerrors> apologies.
[9:40] <Goldschlager> Berg: no, it's 70 miles away
[9:40] <toomanyerrors> i was just wondering if my messages were getting through.
[9:40] <Goldschlager> I just VPN to it
[9:40] <Berg> HA OK
[9:41] <Berg> well thats gona cost data to vnc
[9:41] <Berg> toomanyerrors: i can see your text
[9:41] <Goldschlager> yup, that's why i like ssh =-)
[9:41] <toomanyerrors> ok.
[9:41] <Berg> :)
[9:41] <toomanyerrors> i have 5 days' time for waiting.
[9:41] <toomanyerrors> school starts then.
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[9:42] <Berg> The nickname “shantaram_” does not exist.
[9:42] <Berg> school
[9:42] <Berg> :)
[9:42] <toomanyerrors> yes im in ninth grade
[9:42] <Berg> Goldschlager: so you might try it when you get home see if it works
[9:43] <Goldschlager> Berg: Is there a way I can get you this screenshot?
[9:43] <Berg> not realy my isp is a temp one and does not allow open ports
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[9:44] <toomanyerrors> Goldschlager: Berg: try imgur.com
[9:44] <Berg> :)
[9:44] <Berg> there ya go good idea
[9:44] <euroBASIC> anyone expirienced with network boot?
[9:44] <toomanyerrors> ty ;)
[9:45] <Berg> cant you set it to boot the network from sudo raspi.config
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[9:46] <Berg> euroBASIC:
[9:46] <toomanyerrors> uhhhhmmm that installation thing where one hard drive is shared over a network?
[9:46] <toomanyerrors> or something?
[9:46] <toomanyerrors> one OS*
[9:46] <euroBASIC> i want to mod noobs lite
[9:46] <toomanyerrors> to the end?
[9:47] <euroBASIC> i would like to download and boot another os with noobs lite
[9:48] <toomanyerrors> just download the files and drop em in the file structure that Phat NOOBS has.
[9:48] <toomanyerrors> or you could try berryboot or something
[9:49] <Berg> I download the latest jessie light rather than noob
[9:49] <toomanyerrors> ooh
[9:49] <euroBASIC> that's easy option
[9:49] <toomanyerrors> also... does Mr Upton come to the channel?
[9:50] <Berg> who is m,ister upton?
[9:50] <toomanyerrors> Eben Upton. the founder of the foundation.
[9:50] <toomanyerrors> you don't know who he is?
[9:51] <Berg> no
[9:51] <toomanyerrors> @ebenupton i think his twitter is
[9:51] <Berg> :)
[9:51] <shauno> eh, it's fair enough I think. they're pushing boards, not a cargo cult
[9:51] <Berg> i cant use twitter i not a bird
[9:52] <Berg> download for jessie lite https://www.raspberrypi.org/downloads/raspbian/
[9:52] <toomanyerrors> try en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eben_Upton, Berg.
[9:52] <Berg> I find it entirly polite you calling him mister upton
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[9:53] <Berg> its ok i dont realy need to know i just buy the product
[9:53] <jektrix> Has anyone here made a pi cluster before
[9:53] <toomanyerrors> jektrix: are you a magpi subscriber?
[9:53] <jektrix> no
[9:53] <toomanyerrors> neither am i hahaha google seemore
[9:54] <euroBASIC> i'm in progress
[9:54] <toomanyerrors> huge pi powered parallel processing sculpture
[9:54] <jektrix> Okay. I just had some questions
[9:54] <Berg> Im in australia
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[9:54] <jektrix> straya
[9:54] <Berg> coprrect
[9:54] <Berg> correct even
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[9:55] <toomanyerrors> oooh land of the kangaroos... i like kangaroos.
[9:55] <toomanyerrors> literal ones
[9:55] <toomanyerrors> ...
[9:55] <Berg> they nasty critters
[9:55] <Goldschlager> Jektrix: I've heard of it before, but I only own 2, and there both tied up on different projects
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[9:55] <toomanyerrors> Goldschlager: i own only a zero.
[9:55] <Berg> there is a web page on clusters
[9:55] <jektrix> they arent that bad
[9:55] <Berg> goole raspbery pi cluster
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[9:56] <toomanyerrors> also. i need a case for a pi zero and 3d printing is out of the window.
[9:56] <toomanyerrors> ideas?
[9:56] <toomanyerrors> zeros are nice hehehe
[9:56] <jektrix> Berg, I know. I'm doing that at the moment
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[9:57] <Drzacek> toomanyerrors, aliexpress, about 2.5$
[9:57] <toomanyerrors> seriously you should google SeeMore.
[9:57] <Berg> i have my raspbery pi 2 in a OLD EARBUD BOX I CUT holes in it with a solder iron
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[9:57] <toomanyerrors> thats a good idea.
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[9:58] <toomanyerrors> unfortunately, my soldering iron got washed away in a megaflood.
[9:58] <toomanyerrors> and i dont trust aliexpress.
[9:58] <toomanyerrors> i was looking for something diy.
[9:58] <Berg> well use dremal or what ever you call it
[9:59] <Berg> a drill
[9:59] <Berg> use a stanely knife
[9:59] <Goldschlager> nail, hammer, knife
[9:59] <toomanyerrors> i dont have one.
[9:59] <Berg> use brain outside the box
[9:59] <toomanyerrors> i have a knife tho
[9:59] <Goldschlager> of course the Aussie has a knife =-)
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[9:59] <toomanyerrors> and hammer, and nails.
[9:59] <Berg> i have a hot stick from the fire
[9:59] <Berg> all good
[9:59] <toomanyerrors> hey is it illegal to name an animal you plan to eat in public in Australia?
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[10:00] <toomanyerrors> ok i just had an idea
[10:00] <Berg> thats a realy odd question
[10:00] <toomanyerrors> is there some kind of paint app for linux?
[10:00] <Berg> im gona eat a chicken gets you hung?
[10:00] <Berg> gimp
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[10:01] <toomanyerrors> lighter weight i mean something like a source port of ms paint.
[10:01] <Berg> its a free paint or photo or any image editor
[10:01] <Berg> no idea
[10:01] <Goldschlager> He means like naming your Kangaroo, Karl, before you kill and eat it
[10:01] <Berg> i had a sheep called breakfast
[10:01] <toomanyerrors> no no
[10:01] <Berg> we ate it
[10:01] <toomanyerrors> hahahahahaha
[10:02] <toomanyerrors> did you eat it for breakfast?
[10:02] <Berg> no its not illegal to eat a animal that has a name as long as its not protected
[10:02] <Berg> breakfast lunch and tea
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[10:02] <Berg> we have chickens the kids give names to some times
[10:03] <Kouki> you would run windoze paint in dosbox, but probably it's not that what you want ;)
[10:03] <Drzacek> that's insane!
[10:03] <swensson> Hey guys! I just got my raspberry pi 3, and I want to stream music from my smartphone (android) with spotify over bluetooth to my raspberry and then output the music on the headphone jack.... Have anyone any pointers for me to start? I got problem with a2dp.... I can pair but not connect
[10:04] <Goldschlager> pianobox might get you started, swensson
[10:04] <Kouki> swensson - you could do that by remote control raspberry pi via SSH, but i don't know if is there spotify CLI version
[10:04] <Goldschlager> i think you can do spotify on that….. pandora for sure
[10:05] <Goldschlager> pianobar*
[10:05] <toomanyerrors> ok i have terrible internet someone pleeease look up and tell me the dimensions of pizero
[10:05] <toomanyerrors> i downloaded gnupaint
[10:05] <swensson> Goldschlager I got the newest version of jessie installed atm..
[10:05] <Kouki> not bad
[10:05] <toomanyerrors> gpaint i mean
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[10:05] <jak2000> hi all
[10:06] <toomanyerrors> hello jak
[10:06] <jak2000> wich is the lastest version of raspberry and where to buy?
[10:06] <swensson> Kouki I know it's possible with an remote but I want this thing in my car as a carstereo :)
[10:06] <Goldschlager> swensson: I'm thinking there's an andrioid app to control pianobar
[10:06] <Kouki> raspberry 3 is newest
[10:06] <Kouki> ok
[10:06] <toomanyerrors> ok im sorry my magpi is open next to me
[10:06] <jak2000> wich is the cost?
[10:07] <Kouki> hmm
[10:07] <Kouki> in poland
[10:07] <Kouki> about 75$ ?
[10:07] <jak2000> i am on Mexico near to TExas USA
[10:07] <swensson> Goldenschlager, Gonna do some reading for the pianobar tho, seems like something I want to add =) Thanks for the tip man
[10:07] <Kouki> probably it's cheaper
[10:07] <Drzacek> toomanyerrors, Dimensions : 65 mm by 30 mm
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[10:08] <toomanyerrors> ok now i need to input those into gnu paint
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[10:08] <jak2000> exist models of Pi3? i see model b
[10:08] <jak2000> is the correct?
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[10:08] <toomanyerrors> screw it im getting a ruler brb thanks Drzacek
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[10:08] <Goldschlager> swensson - That is the project I'm working on, except with pandora…. I have a 2.8" piTFT capacitive screen. Then connect a "basic" phone for my internet connection, which the RPi shares the connection via WiFI. So I have desktop apps I can just tap to turn things on and off, ect.
[10:09] <swensson> Jak2000 Yeah I got model B ;D
[10:09] <Goldschlager> Dimensions: 65.0mm x 31.0mm x 5.0mm / 2.6" x 1.2" x 0.2" .
[10:09] <Kouki> The nice project would be an rpi0 as a ipod shuffle :p
[10:10] <Kouki> In terms of music
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[10:10] <Goldschlager> toomanyerrors - Dimensions: 65.0mm x 31.0mm x 5.0mm / 2.6" x 1.2" x 0.2" .
[10:10] <jak2000> swensson 45 dollars?
[10:10] <swensson> Goldschlager, I don't want to use wifi tho, since bluetooth is so much simpler to use when streaming imo... :) Do you have any blog or smth so I can follow your build? =)
[10:10] <Drzacek> toomanyerrors, http://i1.wp.com/blog.protoneer.co.nz/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/Raspberry-Pi-Zero-Dimensions-Footprint.jpg
[10:10] <Drzacek> maybe it loads someday
[10:10] <swensson> Jak2000 35 dollars in Sweden
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[10:11] <Kouki> Maybe somebody is here using qemu-i386 or exagear desktop? I would ask something
[10:11] <swensson> Kouki qemu-i386 yes sir
[10:11] <Kouki> On rpi?
[10:12] <Goldschlager> swensson: No, I am at a stand still. My piTFT got a chip in the corner and needs to be returned, data cable to phone broke, so i can't even charge it, and yeah…. off to a bad start
[10:12] <swensson> I totally forgot we were in the rpi chat.. my bads
[10:12] <jak2000> swensson gift me one pls
[10:12] <jak2000> complete with screen, and sd card :)
[10:12] <swensson> Goldschlager, I burned my cables trying to solder my quad project xD
[10:13] <jak2000> listen to me please:
[10:13] <Goldschlager> oh man… i wish we had a RPi retail store in town
[10:13] <Goldschlager> waiting a week for parts suuuuuucks
[10:13] <jak2000> friend i exaplin my scenario: (all friends recommend me a raspberry), 1) have a zebra printer with only USB connector (not expensive pinter) 2) have a tablet with android i am on the field (or on a farm) (i know i can send via bluettoth from tablet to a bluetoot printer... but in this case i havent a bluetooth printer) :( any advices?
[10:14] <swensson> One did just open in my town ;D
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[10:14] <Goldschlager> swensson: you can also get a cell GSM hat for the pi for about $40.
[10:15] <Goldschlager> swensson: if your in the states you can either add it to your current data plan or use T-Mobile (cheapest rates) for $20/mo.
[10:15] <swensson> Goldschlager, I got two GPS adapters usb.... that's the same thing...?
[10:15] <Goldschlager> no
[10:15] <swensson> Goldschlager ohhh...
[10:16] <toomanyerrors> okay i just made a case in gnu paint
[10:16] <swensson> Goldschlager, but a GSM wouldn't do any good for me.. ;P
[10:16] <swensson> (newly woken up :D)
[10:16] <Goldschlager> swensson: why is that?
[10:16] <toomanyerrors> can i send a link?
[10:16] <swensson> Goldschlager, GSM is for sim card right?
[10:17] <toomanyerrors> it IS pi related after all
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[10:17] <Goldschlager> swensson: https://forums.adafruit.com/viewtopic.php?f=47&t=97957 here is a link to me trying to return my screen, it has pics of the screen and desktop icons so far
[10:17] <jak2000> swensson advice me pls
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[10:18] <Goldschlager> swensson: yes GSM is for sim, I tried to use IMEI with cdma, but it's not compatible with network
[10:18] <toomanyerrors> jak: put the pi at home and use it as a cloud print server
[10:18] <toomanyerrors> and hook up the printer to the pi.
[10:18] <swensson> Goldschlager I can't see the point in getting my raspberry a sim card tho ;P
[10:18] <swensson> Jak2000 Sorry man, I don't really know
[10:19] <Goldschlager> swensson: it just makes it more independant if your streaming, ect.
[10:19] <toomanyerrors> google cloud print dude jak2000
[10:20] <toomanyerrors> use the pi as a google cloud print server and then print from the tablet over wifi or something.
[10:20] <swensson> Goldschlager Yeah that's true. Will it be possible to send sms & call? :O
[10:20] <jak2000> toomanyerrors havent internet
[10:20] <Goldschlager> swensson: for me, with Verizon Wireless (uses cdma) the only unlimited data plan is with basic phones, so it's $15/mo, but have to have an old phone to connect and then comes the fun part of making the two talk.
[10:21] <euroBASIC> use bluetooth thumb on printer
[10:21] <Goldschlager> swensson: yes… also known as a PiPhone
[10:21] <euroBASIC> it's about 1-2 $
[10:21] <toomanyerrors> uhhh what jak2000?
[10:22] <jak2000> only tablet, printer...
[10:22] <swensson> Goldschalger haha nice, we don't have any unlimitied data here tho... That's why Im using my phone... I got all my music downloaded within spotify streaming from offline mode... :P
[10:22] <jak2000> a friend tell me: replace your tablet with a raspberry obiously buy a monitor for the raspberry second but the bluetooth adapter(raspberry 3) have integrated and then print!!! have fun!!! voila!!! sounds ok?
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[10:23] <swensson> Goldschlager I got 3different 4g dongles, could use them... Havn't tried :)
[10:23] <Goldschlager> swensson: You can make them into spotify servers too
[10:23] <toomanyerrors> i dont see how that would work man jak2000
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[10:23] <swensson> Goldschlager, But I can't get spotify to work... I need to be able to download the music so I can use offline mode..
[10:23] <toomanyerrors> also everyone this is the template.
[10:23] <toomanyerrors> http://imgur.com/0WdwFWr
[10:23] <Goldschlager> swensson: apt-get install ppp && sudo apt-get install sakis3g
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[10:24] <toomanyerrors> how is it? Berg what do you think?
[10:24] <swensson> Goldschlager, fucked up my bluetooth service yesterday so Im 80% in a fresh installation... Gonna check that out asap
[10:25] <ShorTie> read the topic and watch the languag swensson
[10:25] <Goldschlager> swensson: I re-imaged my RPi twice in the same day… it's good practice :)
[10:25] <toomanyerrors> language!!
[10:26] <swensson> ShorTie Sorry.
[10:27] <swensson> Goldschlager Same here almost, I lost all hope and went right to sleep before trying again ;D
[10:27] <Goldschlager> haha. that'll happen… I need to start writing down all the packages I install and why
[10:27] <toomanyerrors> someone tell me how my case is
[10:27] <toomanyerrors> is it bad? good?
[10:28] <Goldschlager> swensson: http://www.pimusicbox.com
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[10:29] <Goldschlager> swensson: that might be more up your alley
[10:29] <swensson> Goldschlager I told myself like 1000 times, start logging what your doing so it's easy to go back and fix it... but here I am, still no logs xD.....Yeah I saw that, but that's an entire OS right?
[10:30] <Goldschlager> swensson: oh, yeah, now that I look at it, it is
[10:30] <swensson> Goldschlager: Maybe could use that in a virtual enviroment... Do you think that would work?
[10:30] <Goldschlager> swensson: too much effort
[10:31] <toomanyerrors> how is my case?
[10:32] <swensson> Goldschlager: Yeah maybe, when I think about it even youtube laggs so.. :)
[10:32] <Goldschlager> toomanyerrors: i just saw lines
[10:32] <toomanyerrors> yes.
[10:32] <toomanyerrors> fold along the lines.
[10:33] <Goldschlager> swensson: yeah, i just use youtube -dl now and download it all and play with local media player
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[10:34] <swensson> Goldschlager: Ah nice! I'll do that from now on =D
[10:39] <Goldschlager> toomanyerrors: I'd have to see the finished product :)
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[10:48] <Goldschlager> swensson: This might interest you as well: http://lifehacker.com/how-to-build-a-raspberry-pi-jukebox-any-non-geek-can-us-1712107103
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[10:52] <Goldschlager> swensson: Basically with that one, you could have it mount (your phone), and set the destination to where ever your music is saved on it, then it'd play it from there...
[10:53] <Goldschlager> swensson: here's another option: https://www.mopidy.com
[10:54] <tommy``> hi, how can i force fsck at reboot?
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[10:54] <swensson> Goldschlager, mopidy seems to be what I need! :D Gonna check that out thanks !
[10:54] <Goldschlager> swensson: NP :)
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[10:57] <Goldschlager> i read somewhere about mpd and mpc?
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[11:10] <DrunkenDwarf> Hi all. In a bit of an emergency here. My collegue is at a conference with a pi he can't connect to (ad-hoc ethernet connection is not working) ... Is there any way to set up an ad-hoc wifi network from a Pi withon installing any new packages? (can only edit config files by mounting SD on a laptop, no internet on the Pi and no interaction available) ... Been looking at ad-hoc wifi but requires installing dhcp which I cant
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[11:12] <ShorTie> dhcp is normally installed already
[11:13] <DrunkenDwarf> oooh, so editing the /etc/network/interfaces should be sufficient?
[11:13] <DrunkenDwarf> I should mention, it is running the latest standard Raspbian image
[11:13] <tommy``> guys, some folders after fsck are disappeared on my home, how can i restore them?
[11:13] <Drzacek> DrunkenDwarf, I think they changed something and you don't edit interfaces anymore in raspbian
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[11:14] <DrunkenDwarf> That may explain why the current setup isnt working. eth0 set up in interfaces
[11:14] <ShorTie> tommy``, Sorry to say but sounds like you got sdcard corruption which there is no way to fix other then a wipe-n-reload
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[11:15] <tommy``> damn, every week this problem :s
[11:15] <ShorTie> need a better power
[11:15] <DrunkenDwarf> tommy``: same SD rewiped or a different one?
[11:15] <tommy``> the same
[11:15] <ShorTie> you using a cheap phone charging micro-usb cable ??
[11:16] <tommy``> no it's that from nexus7 tablet
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[11:16] <Drzacek> tommy``, so it's a "yes"
[11:16] <oq> tommy``: apparently a charger is not as necessarily as good as a psu
[11:16] <ShorTie> that doesn't mean anything, it got any writing on it ??
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[11:17] <tommy``> at reboot it's normal that it doesent do the fsck?
[11:17] <ShorTie> ya
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[11:17] <DrunkenDwarf> Drzacek: can you point me in the direction of how it is done now?
[11:17] <Drzacek> DrunkenDwarf, can't find link with the new config method
[11:17] <oq> your language is appalling this morning tommy`` /s
[11:17] <ShorTie> gotta put it into another pc to do that
[11:17] <tommy``> i'm not native english sorry
[11:18] <Drzacek> DrunkenDwarf, yea, I was googling for it but can't find it. I believe that when you open interfaces file there is comment on what file you should edit. Just google that name
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[11:18] <oq> tommy``: a joke
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[11:20] <tommy``> :D
[11:20] <DrunkenDwarf> I'm in a semiar atm and cant access a Pi, can anyone copy the comment from /etc/network/interfaces if they have a pi to hand?
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[11:21] <Ben64> uh, what os
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[11:21] <DrunkenDwarf> latest Raspbian
[11:21] <Ben64> mine has no comment
[11:22] <DrunkenDwarf> Ben64: okay, thanks
[11:22] <DrunkenDwarf> I need to go poke the ones I have in the field as soon as I get out of here
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[11:23] <swensson> Anyone got bluetooth connected on the raspberry 3 with a android/iphone without any apps?
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[11:23] <DrunkenDwarf> Drzacek: thank you for your help. off to poke some shells
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[11:24] <Drzacek> np
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[11:27] <oq> why?
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[11:46] <swensson> Anyone know how to fix a2dp-sink profile connect failed for MYMACADRESS: Protocol not available
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[11:48] <toomanyerrors> hello all
[11:48] <toomanyerrors> im back
[11:49] <Drzacek> Hi
[11:49] <toomanyerrors> i built a case in fifteen minutes after i realized i could use business cards.
[11:50] <Drzacek> Pics?
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[11:51] <swensson> Guess pics inc soon ;D
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[11:51] <toomanyerrors> uploading i need 5 minutes
[11:51] <toomanyerrors> damn my internet
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[11:52] <toomanyerrors> alright almost done
[11:52] <swensson> Im getting crazy over this a2dp-sink for my bluetooth to work ;/
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[11:52] <toomanyerrors> lemme get some water ibb
[11:53] <toomanyerrors> back
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[11:59] <toomanyerrors> Drzacek: Berg: upload's done
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[12:05] <toomanyerrors> Drzacek: Berg: http://imgur.com/a/U1Xv1
[12:05] <toomanyerrors> there ya go
[12:05] <toomanyerrors> hello
[12:06] <toomanyerrors> anyone around here?
[12:06] <toomanyerrors> swensson: problem solved?
[12:07] <swensson> No not really
[12:07] <toomanyerrors> ok
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[12:07] <toomanyerrors> take a look at my case
[12:07] <toomanyerrors> i think it's pretty nice if i do say so myslef
[12:07] <toomanyerrors> http://imgur.com/a/U1Xv1
[12:08] <swensson> Haha. Is it really optimal to have it so... "closed"? ;P
[12:08] <toomanyerrors> hehehehe
[12:08] <toomanyerrors> i think i'll stick it to a powerbank
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[12:09] <toomanyerrors> for weight
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[12:10] <toomanyerrors> i used a ruler, a marker, 3 business cards, insulation tape, and slivers of double sided foam tape to hold it in place
[12:10] <oq> toomanyerrors: looks a bit flammable, 2 pieces of acrylic and a couple of screws and nuts aren't that expensive and would look a lot nicer
[12:11] <toomanyerrors> how could it be flammable?
[12:11] <toomanyerrors> and how would it catch fire?
[12:11] <oq> it's paper right?
[12:11] <toomanyerrors> and acrylic not available here where i live.
[12:11] <toomanyerrors> glossy business card
[12:13] <toomanyerrors> isnt it the same deal with punnet cases/
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[12:19] <swensson> Have anyone got music streaming from android to raspberry via bluetooth? (spotify?)
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[12:20] <toomanyerrors> I know who!!
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[12:26] <Drzacek> toomanyerrors, funny thing, that link you send...it's blocked by our firewall :]
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[12:27] <toomanyerrors> which country are you in?
[12:27] <toomanyerrors> it's an imgur album
[12:28] <toomanyerrors> try going to imgur.com
[12:28] <toomanyerrors> first
[12:28] <ali1234> imgur is heavily filtered on many ISPs
[12:28] <ali1234> because it's the biggest image hosting site in the world
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[12:29] <toomanyerrors> uhhhmm..... please elaborate?
[12:30] <Berg> new case wonderfull
[12:30] <Berg> ok time for bed
[12:30] <toomanyerrors> ty :)
[12:30] <toomanyerrors> g'night, although it's only 4pm
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[12:34] <Drzacek> it's our internall firewall at work. It is kind of hypersensitive, yet he doesn't block fb
[12:34] <toomanyerrors> hahahahahaha
[12:34] <Drzacek> I looked your picture on some online proxy website. Well, I don't like it very much
[12:35] <toomanyerrors> hm...
[12:35] <toomanyerrors> what's wrong?
[12:36] <Drzacek> Well, it looks dirty, cheap, and like someone already said, looks flammable :D You could get a really nice case for cheap, if you don't mind waiting 3 weeks
[12:38] <toomanyerrors> dirty, sure. cheap, totally. flammable?
[12:38] <toomanyerrors> i dont think it'sgonna catch fire anytime soon.
[12:38] <Drzacek> Or if you really like to build one yourself, print a pattern and use plywood/acryl and file/saw to cut it. Then 4 screws with spacers and done.
[12:39] <Drzacek> Well maybe not, since pi0 doesn't make as much heat
[12:39] <toomanyerrors> besides, isn't getting your hands dirty with cheap tech the point of rpi?
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[12:39] <Drzacek> Still, I think you'll be better of just screwing it to some wood plank and leaving the top side open (cheapest solution)
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[12:40] <toomanyerrors> hmmm i like that idea
[12:40] <Drzacek> Getting your hands dirty is one thing, doing crap is other :D
[12:40] <toomanyerrors> but for now ima roll with this one.
[12:40] <Drzacek> Don't get me wrong now, I don't want to offend you
[12:40] <toomanyerrors> hehehehe
[12:40] <toomanyerrors> i found that funny dunno why chill
[12:40] <Drzacek> but you can do better
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[12:41] <toomanyerrors> yap
[12:41] <toomanyerrors> but for fifteen minutes and strictly stuff i had lying around it's pretty good
[12:42] <toomanyerrors> hey i dropped it from 2.5ft up on a marble floor nothing visibly broke you think it's fine/
[12:42] <toomanyerrors> ?
[12:43] <toomanyerrors> all the traces are intact but there was no case
[12:43] <toomanyerrors> on
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[12:49] <Brainzap> guys give me the best rbpi zero usecase
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[12:49] <toomanyerrors> emulation machine
[12:49] <toomanyerrors> hack a rc car
[12:50] <toomanyerrors> low energy media center
[12:50] <toomanyerrors> pirate radio throwie
[12:50] <toomanyerrors> stick it in a controller
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[12:55] <Brainzap> why should I stick it inside a controller?
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[13:01] <toomanyerrors> Brainzap: if you have v1.3, digital camera
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[13:01] <MadMan2021> Dash cam
[13:02] <MadMan2021> With GPS and speed from ODBB
[13:02] <MadMan2021> ;)
[13:02] <toomanyerrors> hmm
[13:02] <toomanyerrors> magpi 40 has some projects too
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[13:18] <Apicalis> Anybody with smart home expirience here? I a got Pi 3 with FHEM Running on it and i want to send a status via Ethernet and that the FHEM Server should react
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[13:28] <Tomin> Hi! Does anyone have any idea why my application (C++ and QML) is not working if I run it outside of QtCreator? This is on Raspbian Jessie (Qt 5.3).
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[13:29] <toomanyerrors> do you pronounce Qt as Q-T or cutie?
[13:29] <Habbie> how is it 'not working'?
[13:29] <Habbie> toomanyerrors, if you make a networking library for qt, do you call it q-tip?
[13:29] <Tomin> like cute (or cutie?, I'm not native English speaker)
[13:30] <toomanyerrors> then i cant help you sir.
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[13:30] <toomanyerrors> im not a native english speaker either bro!
[13:30] <Tomin> it says that it cant find EGLConfig and can't initialize opengl, I can paste the errors soon enough
[13:30] <Tomin> toomanyerrors: lol
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[13:31] <toomanyerrors> doesnt the pi use opengles or something
[13:31] <Tomin> llvm-pipe, at least with QtCreator :P
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[13:35] <Tomin> https://pastebin.com/TQ0nz6P0 and after that it says Aborted
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[13:41] <Tomin> weird thing is that it works just fine, when I click Run on QtCreator. I checked what environment variables are defined in Run Environment and there doesn't seem to be anything related afaik
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[13:47] <Tomin> I think I might have figured it out. I had to add some Raspberry specific things to LD_LIBRARY_PATH. I wonder why that is not set by default.
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[13:49] <pksato> LD_LIBRARY_PATH only need if shared libs are outside standard paths.
[13:49] <Tomin> this helps: export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/usr/lib/arm-linux-gnueabihf
[13:50] <pksato> Tomin: try run ldconfig (without LD_LIBRARY_PATH)
[13:50] <Tomin> I wonder if me corrupting and then removing /etc/ld.so.cache had anything to do with this
[13:50] <pksato> ldconfig regenerate library links.
[13:50] <pksato> or cache.
[13:51] <Tomin> erm, I opened new terminal (LD_LIBRARY_PATH not set) and then run sudo ldconfig and then my program, but it's still crashing like before
[13:51] <Sonny_Jim> Hmmm
[13:52] <Sonny_Jim> For some reason wpa-supplicant no longer runs on boot?
[13:52] <Sonny_Jim> Dunno what caused that
[13:52] <Tomin> pksato: Was that what you meant?
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[13:57] <pksato> Tomin: When copy new files to library paths, need to run ldconfig.
[13:59] <pksato> non standard lib path can put on /etc/ld.so.conf or file on /etc/ld.so.conf.d/
[13:59] <Tomin> erm, I'm not copying any new files to anywhere. I've installed Qt from repositories and I'm trying to run a Qt program that I made. Running ldconfig didn't help, it doesn't work without setting LD_LIBRARY_PATH
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[14:00] <pksato> or Instaled wrong version of Qt
[14:00] <Tomin> that path is already in /etc/ld.so.conf.d/arm-linux-gnueabihf.conf
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[14:02] <Tomin> I wonder how that'd works. I seem to have Qt4 and Qt5 installed and I'm using (or I think I'm using) Qt5
[14:02] <Tomin> work*
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[14:27] <spm_draget> Anyone involved in the rpi documentation https://github.com/raspberrypi/documentation ?
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[14:30] <spm_draget> I once updated the docs concerning kernel updating: https://github.com/raspberrypi/documentation/pull/314 . It turns out that rpi-update by hexxeh is not updated at all anymore. My suggestion would be to change the docs to actively warn about rpi-update and recommend against using it. Any objections?
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[14:34] <oq> wot..? we shouldn't be using rpi-update?!
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[14:38] <bekks> Never heard of it :D
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[14:46] <TooLmaN> Lat update to rpi-update was only 3 months ago. Why do you say it isn't updated anymore? Has the author abandoned it? https://github.com/Hexxeh/rpi-update/commit/d41725bf702b3ce33ce722b6d2eb219c1f20d479
[14:47] <bekks> Hmm, for me rpi-update terminates with "gzip: stdin: not in gzip format" :)
[14:47] <oq> all it does is download firmware, it's not like that sort of thing needs to be updated every day
[14:48] <shauno> exactly; the actual 'meat' is in https://github.com/Hexxeh/rpi-firmware which is much more current
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[14:48] <TooLmaN> Agreed. I use it on my production RPIs
[14:49] <TooLmaN> Ofc, after testing it on my test RPIs. :)
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[14:50] <TooLmaN> I lock down my production RPIs like a firmware, not an OS. I setup Read Only mounts so power failures and such do not affect them.
[14:50] <oq> and lots of issues are solved by running rpi-update
[14:50] <bekks> So, running rpi-update for the first time, how do I get it working? :)
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[14:52] <oq> bekks: run sudo rpi-update, I've never run into any gzip issues
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[14:52] <TooLmaN> bekks: what OS are you running on your RPI? Raspbian?
[14:52] <bekks> oq: I'm running it as root already.
[14:52] <bekks> TooLmaN: Ubuntu Mate 16.04
[14:52] <spm_draget> I would not recomment using it.
[14:52] <bekks> spm_draget: I cannot even use it so far ;)
[14:52] <oq> hmm, never tried it on ubuntu
[14:53] <spm_draget> See https://github.com/Hexxeh/rpi-update/pull/201 and https://github.com/raspberrypi/documentation/pull/377 where I am trying to sort that out since a year already…
[14:53] <TooLmaN> I only use Raspbian. It shouldn't be any different on Ubuntu though. Unless there are some issues with gzip. Have you verified your running the latest versions of software? apt-get update?
[14:54] <kromag> would not recommend using what spm_draget
[14:54] <oq> spm_draget: I think maybe you should create a better firmware updater before telling people not to use the current one
[14:54] <kromag> Ubuntu Mate?
[14:54] <bekks> TooLmaN: Yes I did.
[14:54] <spm_draget> An author with merge-permissions answered just a few minuites ago… before that, the project looked really dead.
[14:54] <TooLmaN> bekks: Then I don't want else to tell you. What kernel are you currently running?
[14:54] <spm_draget> kromag: You would not recommend what? Please rephrase :)
[14:54] <bekks> TooLmaN: I started it again, and now it is downloading something.
[14:54] <oq> bekks: maybe the first download got interupted
[14:54] <bekks> TooLmaN: 4.1.19
[14:54] <kromag> spm_draget: you said just a little while ago that you would not recommend it
[14:55] <TooLmaN> rpi-update slef updates then updates the firmware files
[14:55] <spm_draget> oq: The kernel is part of the repository. That is a pretty solid way of updating it =)
[14:55] <kromag> I was asking if you were talking about Mate
[14:55] <bekks> TooLmaN: Ah ok, that may havebeen the reason.
[14:55] <spm_draget> kromag: rpi-update :)
[14:55] <kromag> what's wrong with the update?
[14:55] <kromag> :P
[14:55] <kromag> oh if you're using an older version?
[14:56] <TooLmaN> If you look at the rpi-update source, it basically just downloads the latest kernel files, backs up the originals, and replaces the kernel files. Pretty straight forward and time saving.
[14:56] <kromag> I use it
[14:56] <kromag> well I use the shell commands to update
[14:56] <kromag> if I remember
[14:56] <spm_draget> Just this utility… it ignores kernel installed by the package manager. It does not provide a way of uninstalling anything, just throws the files over hte system. This creats cruft and might cause you to accidently boot the wrong kernel, not realizing that and eventually updating the wrong one, thus leaving you with an outdated insecure kernel after a awhile.
[14:56] <kromag> oh
[14:57] <kromag> and that's if you update via the shell command on Raspbian?
[14:57] <bekks> spm_draget: How should I update the kernel instead, then?
[14:57] <oq> spm_draget: doesn't rpi-update let you specify which revision to download.. which should be a way to roll back?
[14:58] <kromag> well I can't wait until they finallize this USB Booting on the Pi3
[14:59] <kromag> when the heck that will be is anyone's guess cause I haven't heard any updates on it since Pi3 was released
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[15:02] <spm_draget> bekks: Using the official package in the system rasberrypi-bootloader-nokernel
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[15:08] <bekks> spm_draget: That package doesnt exist for me.
[15:09] <spm_draget> bekks: Sorry, copy and paste issue: raspberrypi-bootloader. On raspbian based distributions… what the official rpi-documentation is about.
[15:12] <bekks> That package was already installed but the kernel was 4.1.19 for me. After running rpi-update, the kernel version is 4.4.13 now.
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[15:14] <curlyears> I am thinkinhg of making a new channel: #raspberrysocial
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[15:15] <curlyears> there's a lot of socializing go on in here, which isn't really appropriate...I know I am guilty of much of it
[15:15] <ozzzy> what's wrong with socializing
[15:16] <bekks> Wel, als long as it isnt keeping people from getting support in here - it's totally ok.
[15:16] <bekks> *Well even
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[15:16] <oq> bekks: who says this is a support channel eh?
[15:17] <swensson> Why is there no /etc/bluetooth/audio.conf on my rpi 3?
[15:17] <bekks> I'm sorry for that assumption. :P
[15:17] <oq> why not make #raspberrysupport and #raspberrysocial and delete this one
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[15:18] <H__> channel is fine as it is IMO
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[15:20] <curlyears> oq: the people who founded it and arranged with RPI for it to be considered :officially acceptable:
[15:20] <curlyears> as opposed to official
[15:21] <curlyears> how about #RPIplayground?
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[15:22] <bekks> why not just keeping this channel as it is :)
[15:23] <spm_draget> bekks: Are you on noobs/raspbian?
[15:23] <bekks> spm_draget: I'm on Ubuntu MAte 16.04, after using rasbian jessie for two weeks.
[15:23] <spm_draget> Do you have a package 'raspberrypi-bootloader' installed?
[15:24] <oq> curlyears: no they didn't
[15:24] <bekks> Yes I do.
[15:24] <bekks> spm_draget: http://termbin.com/7c2y
[15:24] <spm_draget> But you also used rpi-update? Could you do me the favor and post the output of 'ls -l /boot' to pastie.org or dpaste.com and also the content of your boot.txt?
[15:24] <bekks> spm_draget: Sure, hold on.
[15:25] <spm_draget> Thanks. My 'test' was pretty long ago, and I do not really remember how rpi-update lays out its kernel files in comparison to the distro-package.
[15:25] <spm_draget> And I do not have an rpi at hand right now to test it now xD
[15:26] <bekks> spm_draget: ls -lha /boot: http://termbin.com/eu5l and the config.txt: http://termbin.com/v2ib
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[15:27] <spm_draget> Thanks. No kernel= configured in config.txt, so it boots the default kernel image which would be 'kernel.img' in your case.
[15:28] <bekks> Sounds like a good thing at that point? :)
[15:28] <curlyears> bekks: MATE 16.04 64?
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[15:30] <bekks> curlyears: Sure.
[15:30] <spm_draget> Well, kernel.img was most likely written by rpi-update. Checking this right now xD While the distribution package will write some vlinuz…foo file.
[15:31] <bekks> curlyears: Nope, 32bit.
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[15:32] <bekks> Could someone running rasbian jessie please provide a pastebin of the config.txt for me? I need to compare some settings with the one from Ubuntu Mate :)
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[15:48] <TooLmaN> bekks: https://bpaste.net/show/590ab89e93db This should be the original from the latest raspbian image.
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[16:06] <Apicalis> Anybody here with some expirience on HTTP GET commands?
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[16:08] <mgottschlag> Apicalis: "some", yes
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[16:09] <Apicalis> I've setup a FHEM Smart Home station on my PI 3. I now want to control it with HTTP get commands which is appearently nothing special but i can't get it to work
[16:10] <Apicalis> Appearently you just open the DEV console in your browser and take a look what the browser sends when you push a button that you want to control via HTTP later
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[16:10] <Apicalis> This is an example command that someone used to activate his Lamp via HTTP GET "http://192.168.178.1:8083/fhem?cmd.Test=set%20Lampe%20on"
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[16:11] <spm_draget> Is popcornmix by chance in this channel? :)
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[16:11] <Apicalis> I want to activate a Philips HUE Light on a certain color but i can't seem to be able to reach the FHEM server even though i changed the IP to mine and changed the command
[16:12] <Apicalis> This is what i get when i read the button http://picpaste.de/Hue-QyXVr5Wd.PNG
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[16:12] <Apicalis> I thought my link " http://192.168.1.173:8083/fhem?cmd.HUEDevice3=set%%20%HUEDevice3%20rgb0ff&XHR=1 " would work to control it but it doesn't
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[16:12] <Apicalis> oh shit i just saw i forgot to remove the 1 in the IP adress and replace it with 0
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[16:13] <Apicalis> gonna run some tests ^^
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[16:14] <swensson> Why is there no /etc/bluetooth/audio.conf on my rpi 3 running Jessie?
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[16:15] <Pedr0> Hi all, I'm looking for a shop, were is it possible to customize a raspberry pi case with a name on it, does anyone have any idea ?
[16:17] <bekks> TooLmaN: Thank you!
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[16:20] <TooLmaN> bekks: You're welcome
[16:20] <DrunkenDwarf> Hey all. I've been googling a lot about setting up ad-hoc netwroks on the Pi, most focus on Wifi. Is there a guide or runthrough anywhere for just setting up an ethernet adhoc network? I.e, I just need an laptop to be able to connect to the pi via ethernet, be assigned an IP (i know ill need some sort of dhcp setup) and ssh/vnc to the pi using a known static IP for raspbian?
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[16:21] <lopta> DrunkenDwarf: You wouldn't need DHCP for that.
[16:21] <lopta> DrunkenDwarf: ...you could just manually set an IP address at each end of the link.
[16:22] <DrunkenDwarf> lopta: ahhhh, ideall no setup on the laptop end. If I have to set a static IP I can, but ideally any laptop connecting sans-setup, though dont know if thats possible
[16:22] <mgottschlag> Apicalis: sry, I am working, I don't notice IRC when there aren't any highlights :)
[16:22] <mgottschlag> does it work now?
[16:22] <lopta> eww... well yes, I suppose you could run a DHCP server on the Raspberry Pi.
[16:23] <DrunkenDwarf> lopta: why eww?
[16:23] <Apicalis> Nah not really mgottschlag, but i am not sure if the HEX values for the color might be causing issues so i created a dummy lamp to see if i can turn that dummy on and off. That should narrow down the problem
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[16:23] <streulma> someone interested in Wine (Windows) on the Pi ?
[16:24] <lopta> DrunkenDwarf: I prefer the simplicity of a static IP address but given your stated use case, it makes some sense.
[16:24] <mgottschlag> Apicalis: are you sure that "%%20%" is correct? looks like too many % to me
[16:24] <mgottschlag> (in your example link)
[16:25] <mgottschlag> what URL are you trying atm?
[16:25] <Apicalis> No i typed it in with one % but after hitting enter it change sto %%
[16:25] <mgottschlag> just type a space instead of %20
[16:25] <DrunkenDwarf> lopta: fair enough. .. are there any guides etc running through how to set that up on the pi end? I'm assuming se3tup of DHCP server and of the pi's static IP (in /etc/network/interface maybe)
[16:26] <Apicalis> I just now setup the device "Lampendummy" that can have the states on and off. I will send you the URL in a minute. Currently fiddling with the commands
[16:26] <lopta> DrunkenDwarf: I imagine that's OS-dependent.
[16:26] <DrunkenDwarf> lopta: as in the latop end or the pi end?
[16:26] <lopta> DrunkenDwarf: At the Pi end. You might be running Linux, BSD or something else.
[16:27] <DrunkenDwarf> lopta: ahhh, i see. yeah, im running Raspbian
[16:27] <lopta> I'm told that's something like Debian Linux. I have not tried it though.
[16:28] <DrunkenDwarf> lopta: yeah, its quite heavily debian based
[16:28] <lopta> ...I expect setting up a DHCP server on Raspbian is a lot like setting it up on Debian and not Raspberry-Pi-specific.
[16:28] <Apicalis> @ mgottschlag, this link should work but it doesn't http://192.168.0.173:8083/fhem?cmd=set%20Lampendummy%20on
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[16:28] <Apicalis> Even when i remove the %20 and replace them with space
[16:28] <Apicalis> The IP and port is corret btw.
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[16:28] <mgottschlag> what does the server respond?
[16:29] <mgottschlag> s/what/how/
[16:29] <Apicalis> nothing happening in the log files. as if i was using a wrong IP adress or somehow the HTTP is blocked
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[16:30] <mgottschlag> do you get any HTTP response?
[16:30] <Apicalis> no
[16:30] <Apicalis> the german sentence for Timelimit reached pops up
[16:31] <mgottschlag> can you record all traffic with wireshark, then either 1) watch for any connection reset, or 2) select "follow TCP stream" on one of the relevant packets and paste that?
[16:32] <Apicalis> Hmm weird when i open CMD and try "ping 192.168.0.173" it says "Answer from 192.168.0.154: Host not reachable" why the hell does it say 153 oO?
[16:32] <mgottschlag> you should see SYN/SYN ACK/ACK at the beginning for the relevant port... if one of those is missing, the IP/port are incorrect or a firewall is blocking the connection attempt
[16:32] <Apicalis> i mean 154
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[16:32] <Apicalis> I gonna take a look with wireshark
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[16:33] <Apicalis> good thing i installed it yesterday ^^
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[16:33] <shauno> are you positive .173 is the pi's ip?
[16:34] <mgottschlag> your recorded example says ".170" btw
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[16:34] <mgottschlag> (and in the next line already you say .173, which looks wrong to me)
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[16:37] <Apicalis> I am sry if a typed wrong IPs at some point. But the IP of the raspberry is definetly 192.168.0.173 and you can reach the webinterface of FHEM via 192.168.0.173:8083
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[16:37] <Apicalis> Wireshark managed to catch the whole command that would set the Philips HUE light to blue. "192.168.0.173:8083/fhem?cmd=set%20HUEDevice3%20rgb%200000ff&HXR=1&fw_id=162"
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[16:38] <Apicalis> But it's not working if i type it into a browser. Btw. wireshark tells me it's a "POST" command not HTTP GET
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[16:39] <Apicalis> omg i am going to kill myself ... *hangs head in shame*
[16:40] <Apicalis> ... mgottschlag you were absolutely right with the 170 .... I had the 173 in my head because of Pine64 i setup yesterday. And i never bothered to look at the adress...
[16:40] <Apicalis> I am really sorry guys
[16:40] <Apicalis> It now works
[16:40] <lopta> Apicalis: It's great that you figured it out.
[16:41] <Apicalis> still pretty shameful
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[16:41] <lopta> Apicalis: You learned something. There's no shame in that.
[16:41] <TooLmaN> Pretty common with multiple PIs or projects.. I've tried hitting APIs on PIs that didn't have them. :)
[16:42] <Apicalis> Let's see if i can get my Arduino to talk to my external database that notifies my phone and to talk to my FHEM server to change the lighting
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[16:44] <TooLmaN> On that note, how have you guys connected an Arduino to a RPI? I have a project coming up that will either need a ADC-DAC setup for the RPI or an Arduino and a RPI. I2C? SPI? USB?
[16:44] <lopta> TooLmaN: UART?
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[16:45] <TooLmaN> lopta: So straight serial? I haven't done it yet but I want to start preparing so I can speak intelligently in our July meeting
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[16:46] <lopta> TooLmaN: I've not done it but I've certainly considered it. Not sure whether Arduino use 5V on their UART so a level-shifter might be called for.
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[16:46] <lopta> ...but I'd use logic-level (non-inverted) serial rather than RS-232 line drivers.
[16:46] <DrunkenDwarf> Im setting up dhcp server on a RPi and no idea what I should put as the gateway, can anybody help?
[16:46] <lopta> ...assuming they're both on the same desk.
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[16:46] <TooLmaN> lopta: Aurduino is 5V all around I believe. Level shifting I can handle. :)
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[16:47] <Apicalis> I only have an Arduino that uses the 32U4 Controller @8Mhz 3.3V connected to a CC1101 868Mhz Module as a Radiostick for my FHEM Smart Home Server
[16:47] <Apicalis> TooLmaN, no there are some arduinos that run on 3.3V
[16:47] <Apicalis> For example the Arduino Lilypad USB
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[16:47] <Apicalis> DrunkenDwarf, the Gateway is the IP of your Modem or Router that contains the modem
[16:48] <TooLmaN> Apicalis: Ah true. I mainly use the Uno R3.
[16:48] <lopta> 110 Baud, 7e2 ftw. :-D
[16:48] <DrunkenDwarf> Apicalis: thats my quandry. there is none
[16:49] <TooLmaN> DrunkenDwarf: Is this DHCP server not going to touch the Internet?
[16:49] <shauno> it should work(*) if you just stick the pi as its own gateway
[16:49] <Apicalis> DrunkenDwarf you can of course use the PI as DNS and DHCP Server but the PI is no Internet Modem since he can't decode what's coming from WAN i ebelieve
[16:49] <Apicalis> if you don't want an internet connection anyways then stick to shaunos tip
[16:49] <shauno> (by work I mean 'quit complaining and let dhcp function', not 'end up with a configuration that'll actually route traffic anywhere')
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[16:50] <DrunkenDwarf> Apicalis: TooLmaN nope, no internet connection ... there is a wifi network connection but this is comepletely seperate. .. I'm simply just connecting a laptop directly to the pi and SSHing into the Pi over the connection
[16:50] <Apicalis> TooLmaN yeah usually that's enough but i am currently designing a smart home device for the actual market not for hobby use and i need it to be as efficient as possible so going down to 8Mhz 3.3V saves some parts
[16:51] <Apicalis> DrunkenDwarf so you want to connect your Laptop directly via cable and want to be immediatly able to talk to it via SSH without having to setup a special IP or something? So basically a Comfort thing you are doing?
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[16:52] <TooLmaN> Apicalis: Another good point. I'm building micro-computer systems for industrial use. Internal to my company right now. I may need to look at a lighter Arduino.
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[16:52] <DrunkenDwarf> Apicalis: yes. exactly. ... but not really a comfort thing, more because we dont know what laptop we will be using and this needs to really just work with any
[16:53] <Apicalis> TooLmaN the absolute lightest are of course the ATTiny. But i need a beefier one since i need to handle Ethernet and 868Mhz controllers. That left me with the 32U4 that's on the Leonardo etc. also it has a real USB connection so you can edit ethernet settings etc. via USB
[16:53] <TooLmaN> DrunkenDwarf: As shauno said, you should be able to point the gateway to itself without too much fuss.
[16:53] <mgottschlag> TooLmaN: you could just use a 3.3V arduino
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[16:54] <mgottschlag> e.g., one of those chinese 3.3v arduino micro pro clone
[16:54] <Apicalis> DrunkenDwarf yeah if have to go with TooLmaN and shauno . Since you only want the ethernet connection for SSH with the PI you can set the Gateway to the PI's IP itself
[16:54] <DrunkenDwarf> ahhh, sorry, in the seaq of text I didnt see shauno's message. thats great, if thatll work and I can get a direct connection its perfect
[16:54] <Apicalis> it will
[16:55] <DrunkenDwarf> thank you all for the help
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[16:55] <TooLmaN> Apicalis: mgottschlag: I have used the Adafruit Trinket/TrinketPro on another project. The deciding factor will be the number of Inputs and Outputs they want. I'll have to wait for that meeting.
[16:56] <Apicalis> Yeah the main choices are mostly Attiny -> atmega328p -> atmega32u4 if you go from smalles to strongest. Of course there are way more compatible but these are the main horses
[16:57] <TooLmaN> I've mainly only used the atmega42u4 class.
[16:57] <TooLmaN> s/42u4/32u4/
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[16:58] <Apicalis> Yeah like i said, i am using that one too. Setup at 8Mhz 3.3V works directly without any level shifting with the RFM12B and W5500 ethernet Controller
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[17:00] <TooLmaN> Not to go too far off topic, the only wifi I've done with an Arduino was the 1st gen wifi shield. It was hit or miss. Ended up using a RPI for that project. Although, recent Arduino networking options seem to be getting great reviews.
[17:00] <Apicalis> Hint on the Side, if you are going to use Ethernet on your board. Make sure that you don't use an Interrupt as IN/Output. The library supplied by wiznet has somewhere defined other Pins than the one you actually use as interrupt. And they don't even know where. Couldnt find it in the library myself either. But it entirely blocked my Radio Communication because the SPI was Busy
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[17:01] <TooLmaN> Apicalis: good to know, thanks
[17:02] <Apicalis> Also the Slave Select and Interrupt Pinlayout is often switched between the models. Most guides use the 328P and the same modules use different I/O on the 32U4
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[17:02] <Apicalis> For example the RFM12B and most radio modules use the Digital 2 on 328P and Digital 3 on the 32U4
[17:03] <TooLmaN> Most of my applications are reading 24VDC sensors and PLC-IO, making a logical decision, and sending/receiving API calls.
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[17:03] <Apicalis> This is an example of a clear library where you can easily spot and manipulate the ports used but others are horrible. https://github.com/LowPowerLab/RFM12B/blob/master/RFM12B.h#L92
[17:04] <TooLmaN> Looks messy
[17:04] <Apicalis> Nah, if you look you can see it's "if its this chip then do those pins" and then the next one and so on
[17:04] <TooLmaN> That's the price for supporting multiple devices. :)
[17:05] <TooLmaN> I've had to jump through those hoops for webdev and python 2 to python 3 changes.
[17:05] <Apicalis> yeah disgusting stuff when designing and programming
[17:06] <TooLmaN> LowPowerLab is in my bookmarks already. I guess I've been there looking for stuff. :)
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[17:07] <Apicalis> electrical engineering is sometimes the most cruel mistress. While i was designing and testing my PCB i sometimes had defectife radio modules, buggy programmer, tiny tiny tiny solder blobs between pins .......
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[17:07] <Apicalis> i am still ripping my hair out over some issues
[17:07] <TooLmaN> familiar ground.
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[17:08] <TooLmaN> We didn't use SMD devices when I was in college. Not sure they were around then. Reflowing was a trick I learned only 10 years ago.
[17:09] <lopta> TooLmaN: B9A sockets? ;-)
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[17:09] <TooLmaN> lopta: Some but I'm not that old. lol
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[17:10] <lopta> :-D
[17:10] <TooLmaN> I've repaired a few though. Some autdiophiles I know are still hardcore tubers. And for good reason
[17:10] <TooLmaN> -t
[17:11] <Apicalis> Hand soldered baby http://picpaste.de/pics/2016-03-12_22.46.43-bniJimCs.1466003454.png
[17:11] <TooLmaN> Dang good work there
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[17:12] <TooLmaN> Looks as tough as modding a playstation
[17:12] <Apicalis> Yeah sometimes it can be frustrating
[17:13] <Apicalis> For the one afterwards i used the solderpaste screen and then placed them all by hand and solder via reflow oven
[17:13] <TooLmaN> I haven't had to use my "paperclip" soldering tip in a while.
[17:13] <Apicalis> I got proper soldering equipment for medium use by weller so i am okay on that point
[17:13] <Apicalis> but i need a real airheater etc.
[17:14] <TooLmaN> I still have my Weller from college. I finally broke down and bought a Hakko
[17:15] <DrunkenDwarf> TooLmaN: Apicalis: I cannot get the dhcp service to start without failing. do either of you know this kinda setup and able to help?
[17:15] <lopta> TooLmaN: They're still popular for RF amplifiers too, I'm told. Perhaps they're more tolerant of SWR issues.
[17:16] <TooLmaN> DrunkenDwarf: I haven't done this with a RPI. Have you tried using the loopback? It might eat some CPU, but it should work.
[17:17] <TooLmaN> lopta: That they are. I do ham radio too. The old dogs still pull them from old AM radios and recycle them with solid state filters.
[17:17] <lopta> TooLmaN: 73 ;-)
[17:17] <TooLmaN> lopta: That's a crowd I love learning from.
[17:17] * lopta nods
[17:18] <TooLmaN> Still general though. Haven't taken the time for Extra yet
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[17:18] <lopta> TooLmaN: I'm still a no-code tech. Have been for years.
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[17:18] <TooLmaN> My code sucks. lol
[17:18] <lopta> TooLmaN: ...should probably upgrade to general at some point.
[17:18] <TooLmaN> I can do my call sign and pick out some words but that's all. I need to dig in, but no free time
[17:19] <lopta> I can relate to that.
[17:19] <Apicalis> I can only tell what's the logical setup for a DHCP/DNS Service but i never setup one on raspberry
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[17:20] <TooLmaN> lopta: plus my wife kicked my out of the "bedroom" office. I had to setup in the garage. Too hot this time of year to operate much. ;)
[17:20] <lopta> TooLmaN: Especially with those tubes glowing ;-)
[17:21] <TooLmaN> lopta: my favorite radio is still my Yaesu FT-990. Plenty of non-factory solder in there. But I'm off topic
[17:22] <TooLmaN> I did build my code key from an arduino
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[17:25] <RoyK> hi all. Any idea how I can run an rpi image from virt-manager on x86 platform? Box is running Debian Jessie
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[17:27] <mgottschlag> Apicalis: huh, how did you hand-solder that qfn?
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[17:29] <Apicalis> mgottschlag by hand soldered i mean that i applied the solderpaste with tweezers and placed all the parts with another tweezer and then used a gasoperated soldering iron as heat jet to get the solder to liquify
[17:29] <RoyK> mgottschlag: solder paste and solder oven?
[17:29] <Apicalis> The gas operated one is called "Weller Pyropen"
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[17:30] <Apicalis> It's of course not soldered with an iron since you cant get below the chip and heating the entire casing with an iron is not a good idea ^^
[17:30] <Apicalis> Later on i used a SMD Stencil to apply the solder paste, then place the parts by hand and put it into a reflow oven
[17:30] <Apicalis> for the following prototype pcbs
[17:31] <mgottschlag> Apicalis: ah, okay, that makes sense
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[17:31] <Apicalis> Sry if that was misleading
[17:32] <mgottschlag> I think I've seen videos on soldering qfn with an iron, but they all use significantly larger pads and only work with certain QFNs which happen to have significant metal on the outer edge of the chip
[17:32] <mgottschlag> so I thought you might have some interesting trick :D
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[17:34] <Apicalis> nah not really ^^
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[17:46] <GreeningGalaxy> anyone here use bitscope?
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[17:47] <GreeningGalaxy> I'm trying to install the software, specifically bitscope-console, and it's giving me "depends on bitscope-link" which is not provided on their download page and which googling for returns zero (0) results
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[17:58] <kromag_> eh
[17:59] <kromag_> g'afternoon all
[17:59] <kromag_> yabba dabba
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[18:08] <streulma> I'm trying the whole day to recompile the kernel
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[18:08] <streulma> maybe I have to read the manual
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[18:14] <Berg> reading manuals is overrated
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[18:16] <lopta> streulma: I've just kicked off a kernel build but that's not Linux and not on a Raspberry Pi
[18:16] <lopta> ...in fairness, a Raspberry Pi would be faster than this box.
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[18:17] <lopta> Alright, off to lunch! :-9
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[18:25] <streulma> I've just build the kernel and my display is only a field of colors on boot
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[18:33] <niston> All your Farnell belong to Switzerland!
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[19:12] <swensson> Anyone worked with Rpi 3 bluetooth ? (Trying to connect my android)
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[19:14] <RoyK> I'm setting up some rpi's for information monitors (or infoscreens or whatever the correct English term is), and I'm wondering if there's a better and/or smarter way to do this than using X (LXDE) and Iceweasel/Firefox - is there a framebuffer thing that could be a bit more lightweight?
[19:15] <traeak> is this using a browser ?
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[19:15] <traeak> try chromiumRPI in kiosk mode
[19:15] <traeak> very likely that's the best solution if it can do the job
[19:16] <kromag_> Thee's a chromiumRPI?
[19:16] <kromag_> never heard of it
[19:17] <traeak> woah
[19:17] <kromag_> ?
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[19:18] <traeak> http://www.chromiumosforsbc.org/
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[19:20] <wpo> anybody have experience with rpi and homekit?
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[19:28] <kromag_> never heard of homekit
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[19:30] <wpo> it's apple's iot framework
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[19:32] <traeak> heh
[19:32] <traeak> suprised apple did TM iOt
[19:32] <traeak> didn't even
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[19:40] <swensson> Why is there no /etc/bluetooth/audio.conf on my rpi 3 running the latest jessie?
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[19:56] <Habbie> swensson, maybe you need to add a few packages
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[20:08] <swensson> Hmm, I seem to get connection working for a few ms when I use pulseaudio -D instead of --start....
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[20:42] <swensson> .
[20:42] <swensson> opps
[20:42] <swensson> I think my problem is located to "Unable to contact D-Bus: org.freedesktop.DBus.Error.NotSupported: Unable to autolaunch a dbus-daemon without a $DISPLAY for X11"
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[21:14] <bpye> Still can't get sdio working :(
[21:14] <bpye> Even with the overlay you were using, it might be because it has issues with eMMC but that would be a pain
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[21:55] <GreeningGalaxy> can someone remind me what it means when a Pi Zero flashes its ACT light eight times repeatedly when you try to turn it on?
[21:57] <methuzla> http://elinux.org/R-Pi_Troubleshooting#Green_LED_blinks_in_a_specific_pattern
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[21:58] <GreeningGalaxy> huh
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[22:00] <Ascavasaion> GreeningGalaxy: https://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/viewtopic.php?f=28&t=108943
[22:00] <GreeningGalaxy> it's working fine with a different card, so I guess that's END HWPANIC, but it's a freshly-flashed card
[22:01] <GreeningGalaxy> I blame adafruit and their skeevy PiTFT images.
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[22:04] <GreeningGalaxy> if you can always ssh into a pi but the console stops responding every single time after a few seconds, that's usb/network adapter autosuspend kicking in, right?
[22:04] <swensson> I can't get connected to my rpi 3 bluetooth.. jourlalctl -r http://pastebin.com/HzGqShwd
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[22:16] <ckeltz> GreeningGalaxy: I think that has something to do with the SSH keepalive settings
[22:16] <GreeningGalaxy> hrm
[22:17] <GreeningGalaxy> I've got no trouble with it on my pi 3s with onboard wifi, just the 2 and the zero which use USB adapters
[22:17] <GreeningGalaxy> (even with the very same SD card on each)
[22:17] <ckeltz> I remember running into similar issues on a computer with really weird configs.
[22:17] <ckeltz> dunno, it might be something else then
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[22:20] <GreeningGalaxy> if I can get in long enough to install powertop I'll see if disabling usb/net interface autosuspend helps
[22:21] <dwaller> i'm attempting to use raspbian-ua-netinst on a pi3, and am getting this message when booting: kernel panic - not syncing: vfs: unable to mount root fs on unknown-block(0,0)
[22:22] <dwaller> any ideas on what i should do to get past this?
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[22:32] <ali1234> GreeningGalaxy: i know how to fix that, hang on
[22:33] <ali1234> http://www.modmypi.com/blog/disable-wifi-power-management
[22:33] <ali1234> add "wireless-power off" to the config file
[22:34] <ali1234> you can do that by removing the sd card and editing the config
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[22:34] <ali1234> also if your kernel is old you might be seeing the channel 13 crash bug
[22:34] <ali1234> if so, upgrade to a newer kernel...
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[22:40] <GreeningGalaxy> okay.... now I'm getting seven flashes. is the pi zero (original version) ARMv6 or ARMv7?
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[22:42] <ali1234> ARMv6
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[22:46] <binaryhermit> for that matter, the second version of the pi0 has the same processor as the first version, which is the same processor as the A/B/A+/B+, just clocked higher
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[22:47] <binaryhermit> A/B/A+/B+ were 700 MHz if I recall correctly, Pi0 is 1 GHz
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[22:48] <GreeningGalaxy> interesting
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[23:32] <bpye> Hm, does anyone know how to get sdhost on 22-27? Seems the internal eMMC for the CM needs the mmc driver
[23:32] <bpye> I can get 22-27 using mmc but then I cannot use the eMMC
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[23:49] <MadMan2021> FUK
[23:49] <MadMan2021> whoops
[23:49] <MadMan2021> Wrong channel
[23:50] <oq> are you sure?
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[23:51] * SilverKey (~SilverKey@rrcs-67-79-8-126.sw.biz.rr.com) Quit (Quit: Halted.)
[23:53] <Berg> he
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