#raspberrypi IRC Log

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IRC Log for 2016-07-27

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[0:20] <snfgf> Hello
[0:21] <snfgf> I am following instructions to install raspibian onto sd card. Instructions say to use df -h to see which device is sd card. This does not work, for USB devices or sd card devices.
[0:22] <snfgf> excuse me, it is working now
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[0:23] <IT_Sean> derp
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[0:43] <derpingit> zup all.. anyone use the pi stricktly for kodi ?
[0:43] <derpingit> specifically the pi3
[0:44] <oq> I have a pi0 running openelec
[0:46] <derpingit> how's the streemin'.. buffers a lot ?
[0:46] <oq> it's fine
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[2:41] <onebree> Hello, everyone
[2:42] <IT_Sean> Hola!
[2:42] <onebree> I am looking for an easy project (in terms of physical work) for my pi.
[2:43] <onebree> I want to build an alarm clock with a display (digital), speakers, and some buttons to choose different sounds.
[2:43] <onebree> A display for weather (today's conditions, or even current temp out) Would be a plus
[2:43] <grandpa> you'd probably want a real time clock
[2:43] <onebree> I am fine when it comes to programming. But I am new to building physical things, and soldering.
[2:44] <onebree> It is a gift for my dad for his bday
[2:44] <IT_Sean> soldering is pretty easy to get the heng of. Watch some youtube videos fiurst, then practice on an old board you don't care about.
[2:44] <grandpa> this is beyond my motivation currently :(
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[2:45] <onebree> I will prob lose motivation once I see how much everything will cost. But the main points are digital time display, and weather station like thing. I cannot have wires hanging out, so I need a case or some enclosure
[2:46] <onebree> If you think this is a question better suited on reddit, let me know
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[3:03] <icecube45> it's alive!
[3:03] <icecube45> https://puu.sh/qfH4g/795bea1139.jpg
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[3:08] <onebree> icecube45 - what keyboard is that?
[3:09] <icecube45> quickfire tk
[3:09] <onebree> nice!
[3:09] <icecube45> mx greens
[3:10] <onebree> green LEDs as stock, or RGB?
[3:10] <icecube45> stock
[3:10] <onebree> cool.
[3:10] <icecube45> no rgb on this
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[3:10] <onebree> first take I thought it was a razer (what I have), but the font is differnt on the keys
[3:10] <icecube45> yea
[3:10] <icecube45> i like it
[3:10] <icecube45> the pi tho
[3:10] <icecube45> that's the cool part
[3:10] <onebree> Is it a tablet, or secondary screen?
[3:11] <icecube45> it's a backup camera
[3:11] <icecube45> for cars
[3:11] <onebree> woah!
[3:11] <icecube45> there's a pi zero in it now
[3:11] <icecube45> https://www.adafruit.com/products/946
[3:11] <icecube45> that one
[3:12] <onebree> Interesting.
[3:12] <onebree> Do you just SSH into the pi if you need to work on it, or do you plug in a mouse and stuff?
[3:12] <icecube45> hdmi and microusb is accessable
[3:12] <icecube45> would need to plug into microusb and give it internet first :P
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[3:13] <icecube45> I just finished it
[3:13] <onebree> I want to make an alarm clock connected to the internet for my dad... And I guess I would SSH into it if things needed to be worked in
[3:13] <icecube45> ssh is great
[3:13] <onebree> do you know of an alarm clock project that is easy to build (off hand -- otherwise I am asking on reddit)
[3:13] <icecube45> nope, sorry
[3:14] <onebree> okay.
[3:14] <onebree> i have never built things by hand before
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[3:16] <icecube45> onebree, thinking of making an alarm pi that turns on my lights
[3:20] <onebree> that is cool
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[3:20] <onebree> great for winter months
[3:20] <icecube45> great for just waking up..
[3:21] <onebree> true
[3:22] <onebree> okay i need to go, bye!
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[3:23] <jmadero> anyone have success with rotating screen for RPi model 1A
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[5:09] <demonspork> sup guys
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[5:11] <demonspork> I am not sure exactly where to ask this, I am using a software called home-assistant on my raspberry pi, and I am trying to figure out how to update one of the dependencies, openzwave and python-openzwave to their latest versions
[5:12] <demonspork> like, dev-channel
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[5:12] <demonspork> some commits that might help me have been made but I have no idea how to get to the latest version
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[5:14] <skeery611_> hey people i've got a quick question
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[5:15] <skeery611_> Can I use my rp3 as a bluetooth dongle to my pc?
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[5:24] <jmadero> skeery611_: I've never seen that done - can't say for sure but I don't think so
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[5:26] <skeery611_> dang
[5:27] <skeery611_> anyway code could be implemented for it? can't you use it as a wifi dongle?
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[5:35] <jmadero> skeery611_: no idea - but I doubt that someone other than you would be likely to implement it ;) doesn't seem like it would be in huge demand considering you can get a bluetooth dongle for $5
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[5:53] <Cromaglious_> I just got in 5 32GB micro sd cards 10x UHS-1 for my RPI's 2 zero's and 1 3, my pine64 and 2 dash cams
[5:53] <Cromaglious_> just got in 5ea 32GB Samsung micro SD cards
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[5:54] <Cromaglious_> pine64 img is at ~80% copied
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[6:18] <swift110-phone> hey
[6:18] <Valduare> hi
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[6:19] <swift110-phone> how r u valduare
[6:19] <Valduare> learning python on codeacademy.com
[6:19] <nerds> Cromaglious_, how do you like the Pine64
[6:19] <skeery611_> i mean i know a bluetooth dongle is cheap but if i already got the pi
[6:20] <swift110-phone> h..
[6:20] <swift110-phone> cool valduare
[6:20] <nerds> skeery611_, I am sure there is a way to do it but I doubt it would a desirable speed.
[6:20] <nerds> would be*
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[6:22] <Cromaglious_> hsvrn't fired it up yet
[6:22] <nerds> I was thinking about getting the LattePanda instead of Pine64
[6:22] <nerds> 4GiB Ram and they boast you can have a full install of windows with visual studio
[6:23] <Cromaglious_> 400MB to go before I can start dd
[6:23] <nerds> have you heard of the LattePanda Cromaglious_?
[6:24] <Cromaglious_> nope...
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[6:26] <nerds> http://www.dfrobot.com/index.php?route=product/search&description=true&search=lattepanda
[6:26] <nerds> http://lattepanda.com
[6:26] <nerds> https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/139108638/lattepanda-a-45-win10-computer-for-everything
[6:26] <nerds> They're a kickstarter project too
[6:28] <swift110-phone> hm.
[6:29] <swift110-phone> i have a pi3 and pi zero
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[6:31] <giddles> munch non arm cpu's come out ;)
[6:31] <giddles> not come out but are mounted on a plate :D
[6:31] <giddles> with 2gb ram, usb 3.0...
[6:31] <nerds> I have 8 pi3s and 2 pi0s
[6:31] <nerds> :P
[6:32] <giddles> i have 16rpi :P
[6:32] <giddles> hrhr
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[6:32] <nerds> pi what ?
[6:32] <giddles> and one odroid
[6:32] <giddles> uhmm most of em are b+
[6:32] <giddles> :(
[6:32] <nerds> so original Pis
[6:32] <giddles> single core arm sir
[6:32] <giddles> :)
[6:32] <nerds> yabba
[6:32] <giddles> sssss-sssssloooow
[6:32] <giddles> :D
[6:33] <nerds> sounds like you need to upgrade
[6:33] <giddles> i use em as 1fps suvelliance
[6:33] <giddles> works very well
[6:33] <nerds> what projects have you done with them?
[6:33] <nerds> oh
[6:33] <nerds> lol
[6:33] <nerds> 1fps?
[6:33] <giddles> jup
[6:33] <giddles> :D
[6:33] <nerds> that's slow
[6:33] <giddles> ya..
[6:33] <giddles> but works
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[6:34] <nerds> That's not all it can handle is it?
[6:34] <swift110-phone> wow
[6:34] <nerds> That's like 76% slower than mine
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[6:34] <giddles> well a odrioid do now the bigger work ;D
[6:35] <giddles> ftpd, ircd... rootfs on 3.0 usb hdd
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[6:38] <Cromaglious_> lattePanda pricey...
[6:39] <Cromaglious_> I had 4 rpi0's now down to 3, and 2 rpi3's
[6:39] <Cromaglious_> I gave a rpi0 to John Sauders of NYCCNC
[6:39] <grandpa> im running a screen session for irssis, LAMP, identd, and an irc bot (sopel) on my pi2, the pi3 is next to my bed since i dont have a netbook anymore
[6:40] <jmadero> I think I'm doomed to never have my pi rotate 90 degrees - dangit, had a plan of action that needs rethought now :(
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[6:46] <Cromaglious_> still need to get some VESA mounts for the RPI3's
[6:46] <Cromaglious_> I guess I'll build one for the pine64
[6:47] <grandpa> do you like the pine
[6:47] <Cromaglious_> I think I'll be working on getting the air assist auto switching on the laser cutter tomorrow
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[6:47] <grandpa> nerd, NERD!
[6:47] <Cromaglious_> still haven't fired it up yet.. I got a 2GB
[6:48] <grandpa> sounds expensive
[6:48] <Cromaglious_> bbiab gotta copy the image to a 32GB micro SD
[6:48] * grandpa yells at clouds
[6:48] <giddles> use a usb stick :P
[6:49] <giddles> 64gb for 12$ in my country
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[6:55] <Cromaglious_> dd'ing now
[6:57] <grandpa> dd get out of my laboratory
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[7:02] <Cromaglious_> hehe dd can stay Dee Dee better get out NOW!
[7:02] <Cromaglious_> bbl.. moving to the hdmi computer... gonna fire up xchat/hexchat on the pine64
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[7:16] <xymantec> anyone around?
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[7:17] <Chillum> lots of people
[7:18] <Berg> sure
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[7:20] <Lartza> Nobody ever
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[7:22] <Chillum> just us chickens
[7:22] <xymantec> I am trying to minimize the teamviewer window and have tried everything from devilspie to wmctrl but I can't seem to get it to close has anyone had this issue?
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[7:22] <xymantec> on Rasbian Rpi3
[7:22] <xymantec> by the teamviewer window I mean the window that pops up on startup
[7:23] <Lartza> How do you even start teamviewer?
[7:23] <xymantec> :)
[7:23] <Lartza> They don't have an arm version :/
[7:24] <xymantec> ill post something later on it
[7:24] <xymantec> actually
[7:24] <Lartza> Cryptic :P
[7:25] <xymantec> no its just off topic
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[7:27] <xymantec> I am trying to minimize a window that pops up on boot all the time, I installed wmctrl and successully minimized all windows with "wmctrl -k on" command, I tried to adding the command to LXDE autostart "vim /home/pi/.config/lxsession/LXDE-pi/autostart" and it wont work
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[7:55] <sadpone> hello, i was wondering, is there like a stripped down OS or way to strip down the OS so the Pi just works as a car bluetooth media player?
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[7:55] <sadpone> but that starts up fast
[7:56] <sadpone> or for any other application for that matter, a fast booting Pi with only the minimum components needed to perform the tasks its used for
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[7:58] <sadpone> i have the first raspberry pi, it can do quite a bit but it takes ages to boot and more before its ready to do anything
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[8:13] <Cromaglious_> couldn't get the pine64 to fire up...
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[8:14] <kerio> sadpone: do you have a USB bluetooth dongle?
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[8:16] <Zeno`> can the raspberry pi do ADC?
[8:16] * Zeno` buys some ADC chips anyway
[8:17] <Zeno`> 'cause they look cool
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[8:22] <Cromaglious_> https://www.reddit.com/r/pine64/comments/4cyr4x/pine64_2g_wont_boot/
[8:22] <Cromaglious_> logitech unity
[8:24] <xymantec> get a rpi3 with a 80mbps sd card it makes a huge different, my pi boots up pretty quick
[8:25] <xymantec> a "barebones" os would probably be Raspbian Jesse Lite, I would say it also has the biggest support community as of now.
[8:26] <xymantec> * I mean support in general for the Raspbian OS
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[8:27] <xymantec> been working on a lot of RPi project lately...
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[8:31] <gordonDrogon> morning ...
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[8:35] <Zeno`> hi gordonDrogon
[8:39] <gordonDrogon> easy morning here in the bakery.
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[8:49] <RaTTuS|BIG> moring
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[8:50] <Ascavasaion> I tried to set up a VNC server on the pi and to make it start on boot so I can run the pi without monitor, mouse, and keyboard. That never worked, and now when I start the pi I get a grey login screen asking for username and password. I have repeatedly set it boot directly into GUI and console with sudo raspi-config. The odd thing is that the default pi/raspberry combination does not work. If I Ctrl+Alt+F1 to console it is already logged
[8:50] <Ascavasaion> in, and if I type startx it boots into GUI with no need for password. I do not understand what login it requires and why. I know it is an uninformative question, but I am totally stumped. I thought that perhaps it was the VNC 8 letter password, but then what username do I use?
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[8:56] <Zeno`> int wiringPiSPIDataRW (int channel, unsigned char *data, int len) ; the return value is an errno?
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[8:57] <gordonDrogon> the VNC password is the password used by remote clients connecting to your Pi.
[8:57] <gordonDrogon> Zeno`, er - I'll check the source...
[8:57] <gordonDrogon> (which you could do :)
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[8:57] <Zeno`> yeah I'll clone it now I guess
[8:57] <Zeno`> easier than reading docs heh
[8:57] <gordonDrogon> its the return value of the ioctl() call.
[8:57] <Zeno`> cool
[8:58] <gordonDrogon> which is 0 if no errors and -1 if error, then check errno.
[8:59] <gordonDrogon> right ovens to load with breads. later.
[8:59] <Zeno`> thanks
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[9:05] <Zeno`> nice code; easy to read
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[9:07] <Zeno`> although "return spiFds [channel & 1] ;" is a bit puzzling
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[9:17] <xymantec> ?
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[9:18] <Zeno`> well it's not now that I read the rest of the code :) (channel can only be 0 or 1)
[9:18] <knightwise> anyone have any experience with Wget ?
[9:18] <knightwise> i'm trying to download some Mp3's of a site but it only downloads them from the first page
[9:18] <Zeno`> umm yes (if you mean wget)
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[9:31] <Ascavasaion> I want to try set up NAS on Raspberry Pi. I see that there are options available but they are all complete OS's needing ISO's to be written tot he SD card. I see BarracudaDrive is available but that it a pay-for product with a trial. Is there no other option that can be installed with the web interface so that Pi and HDDs can be run without mouse, keyboard, and monitor. I know SMB is there, but I was wondering if anyone knew of a Pi/Linux
[9:31] <Ascavasaion> specific option for NAS? This is a home server, would be nice to have a way to set up individual folders for each family member, and shared ones for streaming music/videos, etc. Thank you.
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[9:33] <mfa298> Ascavasaion: set it up your self, it should make agood learning exercise. Most NAS boxes are just linux + samba + a few other its + web interface
[9:33] <Triffid_Hunter> Ascavasaion: fwiw, the RPi will make a terrible NAS because there's only one USB root hub, and the ethernet is internally wired to it.. are you looking for a web-based configurator for samba?
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[9:34] <Ascavasaion> mfa298: I thought as much... I guess I was just really lookin for the fancy web interface so I can sit on the couch with laptop and manage everything :) Thank you for the advice.
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[9:36] <mfa298> webmin might give you some of that web interface, although as Triffid_Hunter says,the pi isn't a great box for a NAS in terms of io
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[9:39] <Ascavasaion> Triffid_Hunter: I read online that it makes a poor NAS for the very reasons you mentioned. I guess I thought with a low traffic home network it would be, and of course the fun of setting it up and running it. I think I will take mfa298's advice and use good old SAMBA with um.... was the web interface called SWAT? It has been so long since I used Samba like that.
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[9:40] <Triffid_Hunter> Ascavasaion: last time I tested a RPi for throughput between a usb disk and ethernet, it would struggle to stream a 1080p video, two would definitely have both clients constantly bufferinng
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[9:41] <Triffid_Hunter> depending on the video's compression level of course
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[9:41] <Triffid_Hunter> Ascavasaion: but certainly it'd be good fun and educational to set one up
[9:41] <Triffid_Hunter> and see how you go with the performance, maybe consider other ARM boards like cubieboard which last time I checked has a SATA port on it, or odroid c1 which has real gigabit ethernet
[9:42] <Ascavasaion> Triffid_Hunter: Aaah, thank you... wills et it up and see how poorly it streams... otherwise I will shelve the pi again for a few months until my curiosity gets the best of me again hehe
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[10:00] <slmmn_> what's the best/most minimal camera streaming package
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[10:11] <gordonDrogon> Zeno`, yes - Pi only has 2 SPI channels.
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[10:12] <Zeno`> gordonDrogon, makes sense. I should have read the entire code before making my comment :)
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[10:15] <gordonDrogon> you can put more than 2 SPI devices - I've a setup with 3, but it needs code to use other GPIO pins as the select pins.
[10:15] <gordonDrogon> some spi devices have their own sub-addressing schemes too - eg.. mcp23s17.
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[10:16] <gordonDrogon> there are many ADCs you can use with the Pi too - SPI and I2C connected. wiringPi supports a few.
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[10:18] <Zeno`> hmm, I'm using MCP3208-BI/P
[10:18] <Zeno`> I'll look at the source again later
[10:18] <gordonDrogon> not supported directly.
[10:18] <gordonDrogon> Hm. someone emailed me last week about those. maybe I'll get one and add it in.
[10:18] <Zeno`> But I won't have a problem coding something just using wiringPiSPI.c
[10:19] <gordonDrogon> it's very similar to the mcp3004/8. just 12 bits rather than 10.
[10:19] <Zeno`> (I've been programming, mostly in C, for over 25 years)
[10:19] <Zeno`> yeah the serial side of it looks very easy to work with
[10:20] <gordonDrogon> well if you're using wiringPi it ought to be trivial to adapt my mcp3004 code to the 3204/8
[10:20] <Zeno`> yep
[10:20] * Zeno` looks at it
[10:20] <gordonDrogon> then you just use the analogRead() functions in wiringPi.
[10:21] <Zeno`> yeah that code will work I just need to add an extra byte
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[10:21] <Zeno`> (and mask the unused bits of that byte etc)
[10:21] <Zeno`> I'll modify your code and submit a PR
[10:21] <Zeno`> for you to review
[10:21] <gordonDrogon> well that won't work - just email me the files.
[10:22] <Zeno`> yeah, kinda what I mean
[10:22] <gordonDrogon> :)
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[10:25] <Zeno`> it'd be a whole lot easier if you used github :P~ (/me runs away and hides)
[10:30] <slmmn_> can anyone lead me to a simple camera stream thing
[10:30] <slmmn_> as web server
[10:30] <slmmn_> minimal
[10:31] <ali1234> 250Hz? really?
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[10:31] <ali1234> who thought that would be a good idea?
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[10:34] <gordonDrogon> Zeno`, maybe, but I don't like someone else looking after my data - you know, the usual geek control freak type - and I've been running my own servers for decades anyway, so ...
[10:36] <Zeno`> gordonDrogon, yeah that's a fair enough thought
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[10:45] <Ascavasaion> What is the command to list services that were started at boot... it shows tht
[10:46] <Ascavasaion> What is the command to list services that were started at boot... it shows that it was loaded, is running, etc... something like cmndctl... have hit a blank
[10:46] <mfa298> sudo systemdctl (off the top of my head)
[10:47] <Ascavasaion> mfa298: that'a the one, but it is not quite right I do not thik.
[10:48] <Ascavasaion> But that will help me find it I think.
[10:48] <mfa298> ah just systemctl
[10:48] <Ascavasaion> yep! that's iut!
[10:48] <Ascavasaion> Thank you
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[13:02] <bertptrs> I'm not sure if this is the right channel for this, but I am attempting to diagnose a series of crashes of my rpi. I finally managed be tailing the system logs when it died, and now I'm suspecting a faulty sd-card. Can anyone confirm this? Logs at http://pastebin.com/sQyCkndK
[13:03] <mfa298> faulty SD or poor power are most likely
[13:03] <SpeedEvil> yes, that is inability to talk to the SD
[13:03] <SpeedEvil> Or fault
[13:03] <bertptrs> I recently (ish) replaced the card (for the second time in half a year), but power is a nice angle
[13:04] <Zeno`> the SD card /might/ be ok, but the FS is stuffed
[13:04] <mfa298> PSU issues could cause SD faults like that, but I'd suspect the card is dead.
[13:04] <bertptrs> Zeno what does that mean?
[13:04] <mfa298> "mmcblk0: mmc_blk_err_check: general error sending stop command, stop cmd response 0x80d00" makes it look like more hardware than just FS issues
[13:04] <mfa298> bertptrs: which model Pi ?
[13:05] <Zeno`> bertptrs, it means it might be ok if you reformat it, but probably not
[13:05] <bertptrs> It generally boots again after a power cycle, so I'm still hoping that the filesystem is intact.
[13:06] <bertptrs> mfa298 rpi2B
[13:06] <mfa298> with errors like that I wouldn't want to trust the filesystem, I'd ensure anything you cant lose is backed up (hopefully you do that anyway)
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[13:07] <mfa298> bertptrs: keep an eye out for the red led going off or a small rainbow square on the screen as those will indicate undervolt on the PSU.
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[13:08] <bertptrs> All "data" is on an external drive which is still fine (haven't anything to suggest otherwise). The only thing on it is an archlinuxarm installation with some software configured that may be a bother to replicate, but that's an acceptable loss.
[13:09] <bertptrs> mfa298 the red light does go off sometimes. Power it is, then?
[13:11] <mfa298> that would suggest you need a stronger PSU, doesn't mean it's not also a bad SD card
[13:11] <mfa298> it could be a poor PSU is causing issues with the cards
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[13:11] <bertptrs> Ah, thanks guys. Replacing it right away.
[13:12] <bertptrs> Might have a spare old charger somewhere.
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[13:13] <SpeedEvil> also USB cabel
[13:14] <bertptrs> Replaced that one too
[13:14] <bertptrs> Is there any easy way to check the power health from software?
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[13:17] <bertptrs> At least fsck reports clean, so that gives me some hope.
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[13:32] <bertptrs> Well, I'll be watching this closely for now. Thanks for the help all.
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[13:43] <b3h3m0th> Is it possible to flash router firmware to PI ?
[13:45] <DWKnight> https://wiki.openwrt.org/toh/raspberry_pi_foundation/raspberry_pi
[13:45] <DWKnight> it is possible to use a pi as a router, yes, but it may not perform as well as a regular router
[13:45] <b3h3m0th> I would like to run ftp://ftp.dlink.eu/Products/dir/dir-100/driver_software/DIR-100_fw_reva_113_ALL_en_20110915.zip
[13:46] <b3h3m0th> but I do not have a D-Link DIR-100 rev A
[13:46] <b3h3m0th> is there anything I can do with a Pi ?
[13:46] <gordonDrogon> bog-standard Raspian will work as a router, but you need to do some fiddling manually.
[13:46] <DWKnight> you can't use router-specific firmware on the pi
[13:46] <gordonDrogon> if you want point & drool, then openwrt....
[13:46] <mfa298> b3h3m0th: you'll need somthing designed for the Pi hardware, I doubt that'll work on a Pi without serious modification (that's assuming you can get the source code and tool chain), if it's binary only very little chance
[13:47] <DWKnight> openwrt has pi-specific software to allow you to use a pi as a router
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[13:47] <b3h3m0th> My intention is not to run a router
[13:47] <b3h3m0th> but to run ftp://ftp.dlink.eu/Products/dir/dir-100/driver_software/DIR-100_fw_reva_113_ALL_en_20110915.zip specifically
[13:47] <DWKnight> you need a dir-100 for that
[13:48] <b3h3m0th> so even single board MIPS won't do ?
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[13:48] <DWKnight> router firmwares are specialized to the routers themselves
[13:48] <b3h3m0th> can I emulate or something ?
[13:48] <mfa298> why do you want to run that firmware specifically
[13:48] <b3h3m0th> for some reverse engineering / analyses stuff
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[13:50] <mfa298> for that you'd probably need a suitable emulator, which if it exists may not be easily available
[13:50] <mfa298> or you probably want the actual hardware and the required stuff to debug with the likes of jtag
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[14:30] <Stavros_> Can I use 5v3a PS for the 2B?
[14:31] <CoJaBo> wouldnt see why not
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[15:02] <roxlu> Hi! I've got an rpi with ubuntu installed on it; I would like to install archlinux-arm on it and was wondering if there is somehow a way to install this directly from the rpi itself? (so w/o creating a bootable usb for example)
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[15:04] <pksato> roxlu: Is possubly, but, is not easy.
[15:04] <CoJaBo> roxlu: if you have an extra card reader, you can install the image from the pi as you would with any linux PC
[15:05] <roxlu> Ok, thanks
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[15:05] <Stavros_> roxlu - alarm is all well and good, but void is where the cool kids are at
[15:06] <roxlu> void?
[15:06] <grandpa> avoid a void
[15:07] <Stavros_> Void is similarly lightweight, and doesn't use systemd
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[15:07] <roxlu> Stavros_: ah thanks, didn't know about void.
[15:10] <msev-> gordonDrogon, what about those python projects that use "import RPi.GPIO as GPIO" do you have some guidelines on how I would port WiringPi python stuff to those projects :D
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[15:11] <gordonDrogon> I really do not program in Python. I've no idea. I treat is as read only...
[15:12] <gordonDrogon> I suggest initialising wiringPi in either board (wiringPiSetupPhys()) or bcm mode (wiringPiSetupGpio()) though as RPi.GPIO doesn't know about wiringPi pin numbers (shame)
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[15:58] <msev-> those project that have import RPi.GPIO as GPIO how do i change them to use WiringPi instead of Rpi.GPIO, I want this because the sbc i'm using only supports WiringPI and not Rpi.GPIO
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[16:08] <Zeno`> I could make a python interface/extension for wiringPi but is it really needed?
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[16:11] <Zeno`> I could also add a Lua API, but... I dunno
[16:11] <Zeno`> seems easier to just do what needs to be done using C
[16:12] <gordonDrogon> Zeno`, see https://github.com/wiringpi
[16:12] <gordonDrogon> which isn't my site, but has wiringPi wrappers for pithon.
[16:12] <Zeno`> yeah cool. Already done :)
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[16:18] <Zeno`> gordonDrogon, btw, thank you for wiringpi... reading the source code is saving me days or weeks of research :)
[16:20] <msev-> gordonDrogon, where can I read how to use your wiringPi in the command line :D
[16:20] <gordonDrogon> glad its working for you.
[16:20] <gordonDrogon> msev-, the gpio command uses wiringPi from the command line.
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[16:20] <Zeno`> gordonDrogon, well I haven't tested it yet... still reading the src code :)
[16:20] <gordonDrogon> e.g. gpio mode 0 out ; gpio write 0 1
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[16:21] <gordonDrogon> or gpio -g mode 17 out ; gpio -g toggle 17
[16:21] <gordonDrogon> the next release (when I get time to finish testing) has: gpio -g blink 17 - built in blink :)
[16:21] <Zeno`> built in blink!
[16:21] <gordonDrogon> by popular request ...
[16:22] <Zeno`> lol cool :)
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[16:23] <Zeno`> an indication of a good project is whether or not it has built-in blink
[16:24] <msev-> cool gordonDrogon, what about i2c spi and analog?
[16:24] <gordonDrogon> well...
[16:24] <gordonDrogon> if wiringPi support the i2c device, then there will be gpio support for it.
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[16:25] <gordonDrogon> so e.g. the mcp3004 - ADC:
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[16:25] <gordonDrogon> gpio -x mcp3004:100:0x44 aread 100
[16:26] <gordonDrogon> will read input 0 (new pin number 100) from an mcp3004 on i2c address 0x44
[16:26] <gordonDrogon> gpio -x mcp3004:100:0x44 aread 101
[16:26] <gordonDrogon> reads input 1
[16:26] <gordonDrogon> actually, that's not quite right as the mcp3004 is an SPI device, however the principle is the same.
[16:26] <gordonDrogon> gpio -x mcp3004:100:0 aread 100 - read from mcp3004 on SPI channel 0.
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[16:27] <gordonDrogon> wiringPi lets you add devices into it at run-time - you give the new devices a new pin base number (Pi is 0-63, your devices are >= 64)
[16:28] <gordonDrogon> so if you defined a 74x595 shift register as an 8-bit output port, then you can use the existing digitalWrite() function in your code to set/reset individual bits in it.
[16:28] <gordonDrogon> (once you call its setup function to integrate it into wiringPi)
[16:29] <gordonDrogon> the devices wiringPi supports are either devices I've had to support for my own projects/work or ones that people have sent to to make work for them. (and rarely I've written something 'blind' and expetect the other person to test it - this hasn't always worked well)
[16:31] <ali1234> so i've been continuing to play around with the backlight controller
[16:31] <msev-> gordonDrogon, cool and interesting :)
[16:31] <ali1234> i found that when you set it to anything other than full on or full off the inductors buzz like crazy
[16:32] <ali1234> also the ones on the pi, if you power it that way
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[16:32] <ali1234> this seems to be because the PWM is done at 250Hz
[16:33] <ali1234> i've ordered a new screen which should be at least a v1.1, and i'll investigate the difference
[16:33] <ali1234> i suspect that the only difference is a different PWM frequency
[16:33] <ali1234> in which case it should be possible to just flash a V1.0 to a V1.1
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[16:36] <gordonDrogon> ali1234, maybe that's why it's only on/off - for now?
[16:36] <ali1234> yes almost certainly
[16:36] <ali1234> but the V1.1 supports dimming
[16:36] <ali1234> but there is no way to update the firmware in the V1.0 without soldering cables to it
[16:37] <ali1234> my guess: the person who coded the dimming has bad hearing, and nobody noticed the BUZZZZZ until they'd manufactured a bunch of screens
[16:38] <ali1234> or perhaps it depends on the inductor characteristics
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[16:38] <ali1234> it's definitely been intentionally disabled though, rather than just not being implemented
[16:40] <ali1234> looking at photos online the boards look identical. the inductor appears to be soldered the other way around in the V1.1 but i don't think that would make any difference
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[16:41] <ali1234> i also scored a small USB keyboard on ebay for 99p
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[16:43] <ali1234> www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Portable-Ultra-thin-USB-2-0-Mini-Multimedia-Keyboard-Gaming-for-Laptop-PC-Gamer/
[16:43] <ali1234> don't buy this unless you can get it for 99p, it literally isn't worth more than that
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[16:43] <ali1234> also expect to spend two hours fixing it before it actually works
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[17:19] <ComMan> people, i want to install a server os on my raspberry pi, raspbian is not a server, is there a server eddition of raspbian?
[17:20] <ShorTie> ??
[17:20] <oq> ComMan: raspbian lite is a server os
[17:21] <ShorTie> it's as much a 'seber os' as any other
[17:21] <Conino> ComMan: you can use raspbian just fine as a server
[17:21] <Conino> it's based off debian which is used for loads of servers
[17:21] <ShorTie> s/seber/sever/
[17:21] <oq> server versions just don't come with a desktop environment
[17:21] <oq> which is what lite is
[17:22] <ComMan> Conino: i would like the home directiry to be emputy since i will only ssh into it, oq can i install raspbian lite using noobs?
[17:22] <oq> ComMan: why not just dd the img file?
[17:23] <ComMan> oq: my issue is that i a macbook pro with ubuntu installed, and because apple is apple i cannot use the SD card in ubuntu only on macintosh, i don't know how to install raspbian lite in a machitosh
[17:24] <oq> ComMan: raspberrypi.org has instructions for osx
[17:24] <ComMan> ok thanks i will read it :-)
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[17:31] <Ascavasaion> If I am running a RPi headless without keyboard and mouse, but I log into the desktop from another computer using VNC could I then drop the memory allocated to the GPU to the lowest possible amount to free up RAM for the RPi? Or am I misunderstanding and the RPi does the GPU work and sends info through network to the VNC client machine
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[17:34] <wpo> if you're running headless, why not use ssh and an x server?
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[17:34] <wpo> (i may be misunderstanding your use case)
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[17:39] <Ascavasaion> wpo: How does one run an X Server headless?
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[17:40] <wpo> with x the server is where the windows are drawn
[17:40] <wpo> the clients are the programs
[17:41] <wpo> what os are you using on your main computer?
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[17:42] <Ascavasaion> A mixture...Lubuntu, Ubuntu, and Windows 7
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[17:43] <wpo> ok so in ubuntu there's no setup, in windows 7 you'll need to install an x server, this one isn't terrible: https://sourceforge.net/projects/vcxsrv/
[17:43] <wpo> when you ssh into your pi, add -X as an option to enable X forwarding
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[17:44] <Ascavasaion> Oooh, then clients would do the graphics workload?
[17:44] <wpo> yes
[17:45] <wpo> look here for more: http://elinux.org/RPi_Remote_Access#Running_a_remote_GUI
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[17:47] <Zeno`> gotta love X
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[17:48] <kerio> well
[17:48] <Zeno`> 50% of the time I'm on this machine I'm... not on this machine LOL
[17:49] <kerio> the rpi would do the work
[17:49] <kerio> because client and server are not what you'd expect, with X
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[17:49] <Zeno`> the X remote protocol is very light
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[17:50] <Zeno`> so yes, the pi does the work depending "where you are"
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[17:50] <kerio> also don't expect anything to run decently unless you're using a wired lan connection
[17:50] <Zeno`> oh I dunno... it runs fine for me over broadband
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[17:51] <kerio> i can't really believe you .-.
[17:51] <Zeno`> kerio, I've been doing it since about 2001
[17:51] <kerio> but then again i was running chromium
[17:51] <Zeno`> and never really had a major issue
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[17:51] <shauno> http://tracker.geops.de/?z=14&s=20&x=-1007173.6646&y=7036093.8175&l=transport_dark
[17:52] <shauno> this is so cool!
[17:52] <shauno> you can hit fast-forward at the bottom until it's like 20x real time
[17:52] <kerio> that's probably one of the worst possible things to run over remote X
[17:52] <shauno> gah, wrong window, sorry
[17:52] <waveform> kerio, very much depends - if it's a "native" app (think simple GTK stuff), it's not bad (although the X protocol can be heavily affected by round-trip latency). However, things that do their own drawing (lots of java stuff, and yes web browsers like chromium) will really suck
[17:53] <Zeno`> ^
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[17:54] <waveform> I used to do a lot of remote X work, and most things were okay - but this one app (Java-based) was needed for configuring some BI system. When it was busy it would draw this stupid spinning hourglass which soaked up something like a meg a second of bandwidth with X!
[17:54] <kerio> :D
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[17:54] <kerio> vncserver was way better in that regard
[17:54] <kerio> and as a bonus, you get a whole DE
[17:55] <waveform> horses for courses - that can be a good thing, but then sometimes it was very useful having apparently separate apps on my desktop which actually on a variety of machines which I could trivially copy'n'paste between
[17:56] <waveform> all depends what you're up to - but VNC certainly has it's place (and as you note, copes much better with things like animation)
[17:57] <Zeno`> I've just spent another $90 on electronics bits :(
[17:57] <Zeno`> I thought this was meant to be a cheap hobby and I've only been doing it for a week
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[17:59] <kerio> lol
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[18:01] <Zeno`> on the positive side I have 1000 LEDs
[18:01] <ali1234> i don';t know where people get this idea that VNC is somehow good or useable
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[18:01] <ali1234> without fail every time i use it i end up having to do things like drag one windows on top of another on the remote desktop to force it to repaint
[18:01] <Zeno`> I've found VNC to be slow as... well slow
[18:02] <IT_Sean> why do you have 1000 LEDs?
[18:02] <Rickta59> are you using it over wifi ali1234 ?
[18:02] <ali1234> no
[18:02] <kerio> ali1234: stop using bad vnc servers :D
[18:02] <Zeno`> IT_Sean, because there was a pack of 100 and I accidentally ordered 10 packs
[18:02] <IT_Sean> Zeno`, HAHA! How much did that end up costing?
[18:02] <Zeno`> IT_Sean, $30
[18:03] <wpo> should make a display out of them
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[18:03] <Rickta59> why not just use x over ssh ali1234 ?
[18:03] <IT_Sean> wow... 1000 LEDs for $30. That's not bad at all.
[18:03] <Zeno`> yes... 3 cents a piece
[18:03] <Zeno`> but I have no use for them lmao
[18:03] <ali1234> Rickta59: i do , and it works far better than vnc
[18:03] <wpo> make an array of them, stick them into a big piece of cardboard and wire it up
[18:03] <wpo> use it to display messages and small pictures
[18:04] <IT_Sean> No device can ever have too many blinkenlites
[18:04] <Rickta59> vnc is useful if you want to use a webbrowser from a non unix system
[18:04] <wpo> put it in your rear windshield and use it to yell at tailgaters
[18:04] <Zeno`> lol!
[18:04] <IT_Sean> just add a wacktonne of LEDs to every project you ever build.
[18:04] <kerio> not enough gpio tho
[18:04] <wpo> time to buy a ton of shift registers
[18:05] <Rickta59> time to buy a hefy power source
[18:05] <IT_Sean> all of that ^
[18:05] <ComMan> oq: just installed raspian lite i like it. :-) how can i connect to wifi with terminal?
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[18:06] <kerio> edit wpa_supplicant.conf
[18:07] <ComMan> where is that?
[18:07] <kerio> /etc/wpa_supplicant/
[18:10] <Zeno`> I also have 20 ADCs (10x12-bit 4 channel and 10x12-bit 8 channel)
[18:10] <Zeno`> I'm sure they'll come in handy
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[18:10] <Zeno`> lol
[18:10] <Zeno`> I am a christmas tree!
[18:10] <Zeno`> make me blink!
[18:11] <IT_Sean> Oooohkay, you asked fer it...
[18:11] * IT_Sean grabs his 10kV transformer
[18:11] <Zeno`> hahah :D
[18:11] <IT_Sean> Kids... don't try this at home
[18:11] * IT_Sean applies 10kV to Zeno`
[18:12] <Zeno`> mmmmm.... fizzy
[18:12] <Zeno`> I like it
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[18:12] <Ascavasaion> wpo: Thank you, sorry for slow reply... got a bit busy here at work hehe thank you... will have a look into it.
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[18:12] <ComMan> kerio: i only have action_wpa.sh functions.sh ifupdown.sh
[18:13] <wpo> Ascavasaion: np
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[18:14] <ydnar> exit
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[18:14] <kerio> ComMan: hm is this a pi3
[18:14] <ComMan> kerio: yes
[18:14] <kerio> weird then :v
[18:15] <kerio> first of all, have you updated it?
[18:15] <ComMan> nope
[18:15] <kerio> sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get upgrade
[18:15] <ComMan> k
[18:15] <ComMan> be back when it is done
[18:15] <kerio> and then reboot i guess
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[18:17] <curlyears> heigh hough
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[18:18] <curlyears> Love Trumps Hate
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[18:28] <Simonious> https://blog.reboost.net/kiosk-display-on-raspbian-jessie/ this looks handy..
[18:28] <Simonious> few more steps than I was hoping, but me
[18:29] <Simonious> *meh
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[18:37] <Dragonlance> hi guys im useing scratch on pi v3 under jessie to control a piglow anyone know a source of the full command set and its use, the included one with scratch uses blueish and redish which arent the correct variable
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[18:40] * ShorTie Thinkz, piglow, sweet chariot, Coming for to carry me home
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[18:41] <pwillard> Before I go too far down a wrong path, I'm looking to see if there are opinions about DietPi distribution.
[18:42] <Dragonlance> i thinks this is an american room, not a lot of response
[18:42] <Dragonlance> all asleep
[18:42] <Zeno`> AU here
[18:43] <ShorTie> dietpi is just another minimal install raspbian thing
[18:43] <Zeno`> I probably *should* be asleep lol
[18:43] <curlyears> was is das DietPi?
[18:43] <curlyears> was ist
[18:43] <Dragonlance> anyone here familiar with scratch gpio commands for piglow
[18:44] <Zeno`> Dragonlance, I only use C :(
[18:44] <Dragonlance> i usuually use python
[18:44] <Dragonlance> repeat anyone here familiar with scratch gpio commands for piglow
[18:45] <Dragonlance> bye
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[18:46] <pwillard> to me... scratch is like "why?", then I remember... the Pi was designed for kids in schools.
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[18:49] <gordonDrogon> if only he's hung about... ho hum.
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[18:51] <Simonious> sudo apt-get install chromium <- no instalation cadidate -bsu and -inspector are available, do I want -bsu?
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[18:52] <Kryczek> Simonious: not if you're looking for the browser
[18:52] <Kryczek> chromium-bsu is a game
[18:52] <Kryczek> Simonious: try chromium-browser
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[18:56] <kerio> i don't think you'll have a good experience with chrome on the pi, fwiw
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[18:57] <Kryczek> I haven't tried on a Pi2 or Pi3 but yeah, I agree with kerio, I ended running Firefox/Chrome on a PC and displaying on the Pi's X11 server
[18:57] <Kryczek> ended up*
[18:57] <kerio> also you might have issues with chrome's lack of 32bit support in later versions
[18:58] <RoBo_V> rpi2 and rpi3 share same kernel ?
[18:58] <RoBo_V> can I implement KVM on RPi3 ?
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[18:59] <Simonious> Kryczek: hmm, no
[18:59] <Simonious> Kryczek: not inspector?
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[19:05] <ekarlso-> gordonDrogon: hmmms, tried like all options now to get my stuff to work on the rpi using the internal uart
[19:05] <ekarlso-> doesn't seem to work still
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[19:07] <gordonDrogon> ekarlso-, do you only have a Pi3? If not, can you try another Pi?
[19:07] <Kryczek> Simonious: "Chromium has been removed as the version in Raspbian Wheezy was to old to be used with Jessie, also Debian no longer support Chromium for ARM."
[19:07] <Kryczek> Simonious: https://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/viewtopic.php?f=66&t=121892&start=150
[19:07] <ekarlso-> gordonDrogon: tried both pi b+ and a 2
[19:08] <gordonDrogon> ok, so not that then.
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[19:13] <IanTLopp> does anyone know of a 1.8" screen running at 320x240 that can work on the PI Zero?
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[19:17] <pwillard> Chromium devs claim that they are stretched thin and can only support modern hardware... from what I read
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[19:18] <pwillard> I thought those screens required composite video
[19:19] <ShorTie> ya, no composite ??
[19:19] <ShorTie> only hdmi ??
[19:19] <IanTLopp> pwillard, the adafruit can run through spi... I just need the 320x240 resolution
[19:19] <IanTLopp> oh, not talking to me... nvm
[19:20] <pwillard> yeah, was referring to backup monitors
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[19:22] <IanTLopp> i didnt' see anything prior to me joining and asking about the 1.8" screens, so when you said screen, I thought you were talking to me.
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[19:24] <pwillard> so you don't like https://www.adafruit.com/product/1601 ?
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[19:28] <kerio> i wish my touchscreen had a passthrough ._.
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[19:30] <IanTLopp> pwillard: beautiful screen, unfortunately - huge
[19:30] <IanTLopp> did it again - too many chats going on, sorry
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[19:44] <knob> Hello everyone.
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[19:46] <knob> I am trying to rotate an image from the rPi cam board, using raspistill. From the link, it says "This can take any value from 0 upwards, but due to hardware constraints only 0, 90, 180 and 270 degree rotations are supported." https://www.raspberrypi.org/documentation/raspbian/applications/camera.md
[19:46] <knob> Is this still the current state? Can rotation be 0, 90, 180 and/or 270? Or can I do 14 degrees?
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[19:50] <Zeno`> 0, 90, 180 and 270 are simple reflections / change of how the bits are addressed
[19:51] <Zeno`> to rotate 14 degrees you need a more complex transformation matrix or method so I doubt it's supported
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[19:52] <Zeno`> one way is an adaption of bresenham's lda where instead of drawing a line you use it to "traverse" the image to get the proper pixel value
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[19:53] <knob> Zeno`, hmm... ok.
[19:53] <knob> Maybe I can do some imagemagick convert...
[19:53] <Zeno`> might be the easiest way
[19:53] <knob> It's that I installed a camera, and it is every so slightly tilted. So I was checking if I could save an on-site trip to fix it.
[19:53] <knob> :) Thanks for the suggestion!!
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[20:15] <jancoow> Hi there, maybe astupid question but is here someone from new zealand, auckland?
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[20:37] <Cromaglious_> jancoow, someone that's been there... Someone from the west coast of the north island...
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[20:49] <jancoow> Cromaglious_:
[20:49] <jancoow> nice
[20:49] <jancoow> i've my internship there within 3 weeks
[20:49] <jancoow> staying 6 months in auckland
[20:49] <jancoow> but having trouble finding accomodation with reasonable internet
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[20:54] <Cromaglious_> hypermist is from Stanford on the west coast... WHen I was in Auckland, the internet didn't exist yet.. 1991
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[20:56] <jancoow> i need to pay 25 euros per week for 15gb internet
[20:56] <jancoow> and 600 euro per month for the student room (shared with 3 others)
[20:56] <jancoow> quite a lot :/
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[20:57] <oq> jancoow: paid internship?
[20:58] <jancoow> oq: yes 50 euros per week......
[20:58] <oq> jancoow: why are you moving to a different country for an internship?
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[20:58] <jancoow> and because i talked to the company to give me a weekly pay i had to pay the premium package at my internship search company (so instead of 300 euro's i had to pay 750 euro's)
[20:59] <jancoow> so in the end it doesn't matter at all
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[20:59] <jancoow> oq: just fun ;p i've the money though but i was just looking for better internet. I hate limited internet and because i work alot in the cloud ( at my remote server) i will already have like 40gb per week or something
[21:00] <oq> jancoow: are you sure this isn't some sort of scam?
[21:00] <jancoow> oq: meh. They just wanna make a lot of money
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[21:01] <jancoow> i'm just curious if the limited internet is normal there
[21:02] <jancoow> in the netherlands it's uncommon
[21:02] <kerio> it's very common for mobile connections in italy
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[21:02] <oq> I know that [saint] likes to boast about his amazing internet and he lives in new zealand
[21:02] <kerio> our landline connections are all unmetered, however
[21:02] <oq> but he doesn't seem to be here
[21:03] <ali1234> haha yeah
[21:03] <ali1234> $80/month for a gigabit leased line with no limits
[21:03] <ali1234> not sure i believe it myself
[21:03] <jancoow> yeah for mobile connections its very common but not for home connections
[21:04] <oq> didn't google give new zealanders internet via balloons or something a couple years back?
[21:04] <jancoow> ali1234: serieusly?
[21:04] <ali1234> that's what he said
[21:04] <jancoow> mmm
[21:05] <jancoow> and he lives in NZ?
[21:05] <ali1234> yes
[21:05] <jancoow> that i will wait for him ;p
[21:05] <ComMan> kerio: ok i found wpa_supplicant.conf how do i edit it?
[21:05] <jancoow> thanks ali1234 and oq :)
[21:06] <oq> jancoow: http://www.wired.com/2013/06/google_internet_balloons/all/google.com/loon
[21:06] <oq> ask google if you can use one of their internet balloons
[21:06] <jancoow> if i need to pay 80$per month i have 4gb ugh
[21:06] <jancoow> haha
[21:06] <jancoow> only in low urban c ountrys right
[21:06] <jancoow> i think they are not flying above auckland xD
[21:06] <oq> all of new zealand is countryside
[21:09] <ComMan> kerio: ?
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[21:14] <oq> ComMan: type something alone the lines of sudo nano /etc/wpa_supplicant/wpa_supplicant.conf
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[21:20] <ComMan> oq: how should i edit the file?
[21:21] <oq> ComMan: https://www.raspberrypi.org/documentation/configuration/wireless/wireless-cli.md
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[21:55] <iantlopp> So are there any 1.8" screens, running at 320x240, that can work, or be adapted to work with the PI Zero?
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[21:58] <iantlopp> also looking for a 5" screen at 640x480 for the pi 3 b
[21:58] <iantlopp> either, or both with touchscreens would be fine as well
[21:59] <oq> iantlopp: like this? http://imgur.com/a/vKcbq
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[22:01] <iantlopp> Unfortunately that's the adafruit unit and it runs at 128x160... so while it may be what I have to go with, I'm looking for 320 x 240 like what can be found in this MP4 player http://www.aliexpress.com/item/30-OFF-8GB-MP4-Player-1-8-inch-display-multi-language-FM-Radio-Ebook-music-player/493433602.html
[22:01] <iantlopp> there's at least one standard screen I can find that's better than the adafruit unit, at least with regards to resolution, but the res isn't much better at 220x176
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[22:03] <jancoow> oq: what is the name of that screen
[22:03] <jancoow> it's the same screen which is mounted in my speaker controller ;p
[22:03] <H4ndy> the "official" screen is too big?
[22:03] <oq> jancoow: sainsmart 1.8" tft
[22:03] <H4ndy> oh 5", nvm
[22:03] <jancoow> http://www.banggood.com/3_5-Inch-320-X-480-TFT-LCD-Display-Touch-Board-For-Raspberry-Pi-BB-p-958458.html i've this screen for my weather station, is exactly the size of the normal pi
[22:04] <jancoow> i've mounted it on a pi zero though
[22:04] <oq> iantlopp: I can't see any on aliexpress.. and I would've reckoned if they existed thats where they would be found
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[22:05] <iantlopp> oq, yeah, I came to here and element14 as a kind of last resort - I've searched far and wide for the 1.8" screen all over aliexpress with no luck, but the damn thing MUST exist - after all that MP4 player has the screen I need.
[22:05] <iantlopp> jancoow: I'm trying to go micro tiny.
[22:05] <Simonious> Hmm, I'm trying to autostart iceweasel on boot and it isn't working, but I suspect it might be, because I'm not getting $DISPLAY. Please advise.
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[22:06] <iantlopp> H4ndy: the official screen is also wide screen, I'm going with 4:3 640x480 res
[22:06] <jancoow> still couldn't find a way to turn off backlight on that banggoods link
[22:06] <H4ndy> iantlopp: yeah I was just babbling stuff, did not read the full convo
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[22:07] <iantlopp> H4ndy, gotcha... just wish I could find exactly what I'm looking for - I could even go so far as to build half of it if I had to (the controller board), but I really have no facility for making the screen myself.
[22:07] <ali1234> http://uk.rs-online.com/web/p/lcd-colour-displays/7812995/
[22:07] <ali1234> 2.2"
[22:07] <ali1234> closest i can find on rs
[22:08] <ali1234> also its parallel
[22:08] <iantlopp> way too big too.
[22:08] <iantlopp> it has to be no bigger than 1.8, the space I'm putting it in is 1.78"
[22:08] <iantlopp> and I'll be dremelling it to fit exactly.
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[22:09] <ali1234> does it have to be colour?
[22:09] <iantlopp> yes.
[22:09] <ali1234> well... good luck with that
[22:09] <iantlopp> wait... 320x240 1.8" in b&w?
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[22:09] <iantlopp> I might actually try that.
[22:12] <iantlopp> is it possible to run Lakka or Retropie on the adafruit screen? from what I've seen of the current drivers for it the screen is in portrait mode only.
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[22:12] <ali1234> i can't even find monochrome displays that small, sorry
[22:12] <ali1234> retropie doesn't work very well on those spi screens due to refresh rates
[22:13] <iantlopp> that was a fear... damn.
[22:13] <iantlopp> so even the adafruit screen won't work for me. :(
[22:13] <ali1234> you will find it difficult to get a screen like this because they all end up in devices... the factories just can't make them fast enough
[22:14] <iantlopp> damn
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[22:14] <iantlopp> maybe some day I'll get my 16-bit emulation Dreamcast VMU :(
[22:14] <darquill> so my raspi didn't explode after a full day computing stuff for universe@home, nice!
[22:14] <ali1234> also if you have the equipment to make screens with that pixel density you're making HD displays for phones, not 320x240 nonsense :)
[22:14] <jancoow> why not grep a nokia screen ;p
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[22:15] <ali1234> same problem with oled... i'd buy a 320x240 colour oled in a heartbeat, but you can't
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[22:16] <ali1234> i suspect all the stuff sold as arduino and pi is surplus stock that nobody wants because it is too low res
[22:18] <H4ndy> I'd like a 10" e-ink display, but they are still 120 bucks or more :/
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[22:22] <iantlopp> ali1234: maybe others would be doing that, but I need it for my own project that really would be better with 320x240
[22:23] <oq> H4ndy: tear open a kindle
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[22:23] <iantlopp> ali1234, (or really anyone that might know this), then if I were to grab that mp4 player, and rip the screen out, what might be required to get it to work correctly for the pi zero?
[22:24] <ali1234> a cable adapter of some kind
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[22:24] <ali1234> and smt soldering ability
[22:24] <ali1234> (to make it)
[22:25] <ali1234> also you'll have to find the docs for the lcd or reverse engineer it
[22:25] <iantlopp> it's that last part... ouch
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[22:34] <alexnhelp> Hi all, is it okay for a complete noob to ask a couple questions? (please, treat me like an idiot when it comes to pis and nix)
[22:35] <ShorTie> ask all you want
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[22:36] <alexnhelp> awesome, well, I just got my first pi (a zero) and i'd like to use it with OpenElec. I've gotten as far as installing OpenElec, but as I don't have a powered hub and can't get one at this time of night, I have a choice between having my keyboard or my wifi adapter plugged into the zero, is there any way I can access the wifi settings without the adapter plugged in so that when I remove the keyboard and plug in the wifi adapter,
[22:37] <alexnhelp> i also don't have/can't get usb lan, and I'm running windows on my main pc so I can't follow the tutorials I've seen for mounting the sd card openelec is on in nix and editing the network config that way
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[22:44] <slmmn_> can someone please aid me with camera server?
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[22:48] <ShorTie> like https://github.com/silvanmelchior/RPi_Cam_Web_Interface.git ??
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[22:59] <DWKnight> alexnhelp: your connection to the tv doesn't support hdmi-cec?
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[23:01] <alexnhelp> DWKnight, it's actually on a spare monitor so no cec :(
[23:02] <alexnhelp> if I plugged it into a tv with cec actually, could I do it all through that? I'll try every tv in the house to see if they have it!
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[23:04] <Simonious> hmm -nocursor apparenently does nothing as a flag on -X ??
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[23:10] <Lorduncan> Hello dudes :)
[23:11] <Lorduncan> i have a shop selling TVs and i get a nice idea but idk howto
[23:11] <Lorduncan> the idea is use a raspberry pi and camera to put at the entrance of the shop and let people see them selves on the 60" TV
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[23:12] <Lorduncan> thats easy ... the magic idea is make work a "snapchat look like efects" to surprice people making them wear virtual hats or stuff
[23:12] <Lorduncan> any idea?
[23:13] <ShanShen> (Anyone know of a good clipboard manager for Raspbian's panel?)
[23:13] <Lorduncan> i was thinking also about axis with 2 servos and follow their faces, but ... efects could be more fun
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[23:31] <alexnhelp> @DWKnight Got it set up with CEC, thank you!
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