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IRC Log for 2016-08-05

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[0:00] <wcarson> [Saint]: yeah, i got an immediate e-mail with a link to download a pdf, but the pdf is what says it's not my actual key and the real thing will be emailed in up to 72 hours
[0:01] <grandpa> https://play.spotify.com/track/2smax1OWAxOo63p14G8KZx
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[0:06] <[Saint]> thank the lord for scp.
[0:06] <[Saint]> I messed up a local network wide deployment of a ~/.screenrc file with rsync
[0:07] <[Saint]> A stypid typo. "SHELL=/bin/bsah"
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[0:10] <[Saint]> so I just did 'touch .screenrc ; scp .screenrc $user@local.machines:/destination' to test out if it was indeed my reasonably recent modification to ~/.screenrc, and then sure enough ssh/screen started responding predictably again, so I sent the correct version out en masse via rsync.
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[0:13] <[Saint]> vrmxm: the final reason I'm looking at being able to do this in a very minimal footprint and looking to provide as much of the system itself as I can with busybox and a stripped down Debian base is I am looking at allowing for PXE boot in the long term future of the project.
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[0:15] <[Saint]> My basic idea is allowing for a platform where users can buy a raspberry pi 3, and a decent USB power supply, and a very small and inexpensive sdcard and write in a supplied boot image (that should fit in well under 512MB) to provide early boot and set up PXE boot.
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[0:19] <[Saint]> A couple of wrapper scripts from ~/bin providing the functions for the crontab a single setup.sh script to deploy the whole thing.
[0:20] <[Saint]> If the user uses a raspberry pi 3, and a 4~5A 5V PSU, they can have all four USB ports on the board supplying different USB webcams (as long as their consumption is in the 600mA~800mA range).
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[0:21] <[Saint]> The magic is there to detect and make a composite image out of up to four USB webcams.
[0:21] <[Saint]> Oddly I haven't actually looked in to supporting the Pi Camera yet.
[0:22] <vrmxm> I'll make sure to contract you when I need a setup for my low budged indie adult film studio
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[0:22] <[Saint]> I doubt it would be too much work to add support for the Pi Camera.
[0:22] <[Saint]> But I figured that, like me, a lot of people are going to have some form of USB webcam available.
[0:23] <vrmxm> I thought most webcams came built-in nowadays?
[0:23] <[Saint]> and may or may not have or want the expense of the dedicated camera module.
[0:23] <[Saint]> vrmxm: yes and no, I mean they do - but external webcams are definitely still a thing.
[0:24] <[Saint]> You can get USB 1080p clip on webcames for like $15
[0:24] <[Saint]> *webcams
[0:24] <vrmxm> Huh
[0:25] <[Saint]> For the same price as the Pi Camera you could double or triple the amount of cameras you could supply with USB webcams.
[0:25] <[Saint]> My reasoning there is supporting the cheapest possible avenue.
[0:25] <[Saint]> it isn't for live streaming, though I may add that ability in in the end.
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[0:27] <[Saint]> It is taking a frame every 30s and comparing that with the neighboring frames to check for significant difference and marking them as 'interesting' images to stitch a timelapse .gif together.
[0:27] <[Saint]> the way I do the comparison/diffing is pretty convoluted but it works well and is surprisingly fast.
[0:28] <vrmxm> So, nannycam?
[0:29] <Wurst> [Saint]; is this suppose to be something special?
[0:29] <Wurst> Using a WebCam on a Pi is nothing new
[0:30] <[Saint]> Hey, way to be a dickbag, Cpt. Grumpypants. You're awesome.
[0:31] <[Saint]> And I'm fully aware the concept is nothing new. What is arguably novel is a simply means to deploy such a system with a single setup script and have it 'just work' for end users.
[0:31] <Wurst> It was just a question... after reading your Essay on what you're doing, I didn't see anything that hasn't been done already
[0:31] <[Saint]> I don't feel as though everyone who wants to do this in a simple fashion with zero configuration should need to reinvent the wheel every time.
[0:32] <Wurst> FSWEBCAM allows for control over a USB webcam
[0:32] <[Saint]> If you did read as you said you did you would be fully aware of the fact that I am using fswebcam.
[0:33] <[Saint]> WHy not try being productive instead of taking shots at people who are being productive?
[0:33] <Wurst> lol; you are overly defensive... I asked what was special about your project, to understand what I missed
[0:33] <Wurst> You need a chill pill, or to get laid or something
[0:34] <Berg> donald trump has chill pills for hillary
[0:34] <Berg> hello world i wake i see i drink coffee
[0:35] <Wurst> @berg don't we all
[0:36] <Wurst> coffe addition >= crack addition
[0:36] <Berg> less than equal too?
[0:37] <Berg> im actualy addicted to electrons
[0:37] <Wurst> less than would be <
[0:37] <Berg> i need to store them im an electron hoarder
[0:37] <Berg> yeah i always get them wrong
[0:38] <Wurst> crocodile eats the larger number ;)
[0:38] <Berg> so coffee is less gooder addiction then craCK
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[0:38] <Wurst> coffee is a "gooder" or equal addition to crack
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[0:39] <Berg> you need a better way to express yourself
[0:39] <Wurst> a better way than ?
[0:39] <Berg> greater meaning a larger amount or greater meaning more gooder
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[0:41] <Berg> if coffee == true and happy == true:
[0:41] <Berg> ok im confuseed
[0:41] * [Saint] thinks someone using antiquated parlance like 'gooder' and 'more gooder' probably shouldn't throw stones around their glass house. ;)
[0:42] <Wurst> it's a gooder thing post people don't live in glass houses
[0:42] <Wurst> most*
[0:42] <[Saint]> you dun did worded that up plum goodly like.
[0:42] <Berg> still i have been making batteries from copper pipe epson salts and gtalanized bolts
[0:43] <[Saint]> yous'a some type'a word engineer?
[0:43] <Wurst> Berg; you sure "batteries" is the correct term, and not pipe bomb
[0:43] <Berg> i get 0.8v on average per cell
[0:44] <Berg> i might make a rail guun from the electrons
[0:44] <Wurst> sounds like a plan
[0:44] <Berg> i need a way to measure each cell voltage with a pi while having many cells in series
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[0:45] <Berg> maybe some form of module
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[0:47] <Wurst> Umm, I think there is a project on GitHub for that
[0:47] <Wurst> like pivoltagecheck or picheckvoltage
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[0:48] <Wurst> I think he/she uses combined voltage (from all cells) instead of monitoring each cell.
[0:48] <Wurst> but that could be a starting point
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[0:49] <Valduare> setup multiple webcams, that look at specific gravity bulb gauges and rig up a solenoid to squeese the bulb on a timer and then analyse the image snapshot
[0:49] <Valduare> rigt this up for each cell you want to measure :)
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[0:50] <Berg> ok will look
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[0:51] <Berg> thats a bit overkill Valduare
[0:51] <Valduare> nahhh :)
[0:51] <Berg> and i am using a solid electolyter
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[0:52] <Valduare> oh well :P
[0:52] <Berg> epson salts straight no ice
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[0:52] <Berg> :)
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[0:52] <Wurst> sounds like a foot wash
[0:52] <Valduare> lol
[0:53] <Berg> makes for a fun day
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[0:55] <Berg> Wurst: thanks for the keyword https://github.com/aboudou/picheckvoltage
[0:57] <Wurst> np
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[1:08] <jKlaus> howdy gents
[1:08] <jKlaus> I just tried to install raspbian on my 32G sd via usb adapter.. bad idea lol
[1:09] <jKlaus> < 4 MB/s
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[1:10] <Uber> Who would use a 32GB mSD card on a pi?
[1:11] <grandpa> crazy people
[1:11] <bluskys> What is wrong with a 32GB mSD on a rpi?
[1:11] <grandpa> its just cray cray
[1:12] <grandpa> :p
[1:12] <Uber> 1 being its overkill.
[1:12] <Valduare> not really
[1:12] * grandpa wiggles his 64gb, 32gb, etc microsd cards
[1:12] <bluskys> ? maybe they have a lota files to store?
[1:12] <grandpa> im using a 320gb hdd on my pi3
[1:12] <Valduare> now if you buy an 800 gig micro sd card from china for 4 bucks…. thats crazy :P
[1:12] <grandpa> :>
[1:12] <jKlaus> I also have a 4G sitting here next to me..
[1:13] <bluskys> I plan on using to host offline web files... ehehehee
[1:13] <jKlaus> about friggin time
[1:13] <jKlaus> this thing is finally done
[1:13] <Uber> Lots of files or not, just need a small mSD then us a USB thumbdrive to store files...
[1:13] <Valduare> Uber: not always
[1:13] <jKlaus> To me, there is nothing more annoying than running out of space lol
[1:13] <jKlaus> might as well over buy
[1:13] <Valduare> if your building retropie for 4 players
[1:13] <jKlaus> over buy and under use
[1:13] <Valduare> might as well throw your roms on the micro sd
[1:13] <grandpa> yea..you can use them in something else later on too
[1:14] <bluskys> i guess. of course if you want the lowest power usage .. 128Gb mSD would be wonderful....
[1:14] <jKlaus> I'm still trying to figure out what I'm going to use this pi for
[1:14] * bluskys giggles with glee
[1:14] <Valduare> jKlaus: setup berryboot and use the pi for many things :)
[1:14] <jKlaus> I've been considering using it run my prusa mendel
[1:14] <Uber> Valduare; that's no reason for a 32GB micro SD..
[1:14] <Valduare> how so Uber
[1:15] <bluskys> so is berryboot like a form of multi boot on pi?
[1:15] <jKlaus> What's wrong with having a huge SD?
[1:15] <jKlaus> I think grandpa's just upset b/c in his day they used floppy disks
[1:15] <Valduare> gives the onboard controller more surface to wear layer :)
[1:15] * bluskys hasn"t used berryboot before... anyone say obvious? lol
[1:15] <Uber> boot from the SD and run everything from a USB Flash.. so if the boot gets corrupt due to power lose, etc you are not replacing a 32GB micro sd, but a cheap $5 8GB
[1:15] <jKlaus> or w/e those big ol apple disks were called
[1:15] <Uber> Or store ROMS on a USB flash, so you can disconnect the drive without shutting down.
[1:16] <Uber> But everyone has their own boats to tugg.. so to each their own
[1:16] <bluskys> those 8" floppies were pretty!
[1:17] <bluskys> always wanted a cassette recorder for my TRS80 model 1
[1:17] <ShorTie> floppy disks are new, cassette tapes are where it's at
[1:17] <bluskys> lots of typing practice ... hehehe
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[1:52] <Ahmed90> Hi, is there a module or a device that can give the ability to control CCTV cams with raspi ? like take a pic etc..?
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[1:56] <k_j> Ahmed90, s-video?
[1:56] <Ahmed90> k_j, multi camera :/
[1:56] <k_j> yes but what kind of signal is it
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[1:57] <Ahmed90> not decided yet
[1:57] <Ahmed90> looking for options
[1:57] <k_j> Ahmed90, 640x480 is enough?
[1:57] <Ahmed90> trying to build vehicles imaging/scaning gate
[1:57] <Ahmed90> little more
[1:58] <Ahmed90> no need for vids
[1:58] <Ahmed90> images only
[1:58] <Wurst> FSWEBCAM https://www.raspberrypi.org/documentation/usage/webcams/ ???
[1:58] <Ahmed90> vehicle views top, plate, driver face
[1:59] <Ahmed90> Wurst, can it handle 3 cams minimum ?
[2:00] <Wurst> i don't see why not
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[2:01] <Ahmed90> FSWebcam is for usb cams hmm will it work with usb expansions? (power wise i mean)
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[2:03] <Wurst> what do you mean USB expansions ?
[2:05] <Ahmed90> extensions (aka adding more usb ports with adapters etc)
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[2:05] <Ahmed90> afaik the raspi USB share the power and controller
[2:06] <Wurst> You mean like a powered USB Hub?
[2:06] <Ahmed90> or just a hub yeah
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[2:06] <Ahmed90> power gonna be limited on solar power D:
[2:08] <DWKnight> depends on the panel really
[2:08] <Ahmed90> its basically a dump in the middle of nowhere and need to install scanning/imaging on the gate
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[2:08] <Wurst> Add a Power Booster maybe? https://learn.adafruit.com/adafruit-powerboost-1000c-load-share-usb-charge-boost/overview
[2:09] <Ahmed90> DWKnight, yeah i know but trying cut the expenses
[2:09] <Ahmed90> Wurst, thats interesting
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[2:12] <Wurst> 3 18650 batteries in parallel would last a couple days between charges
[2:13] <Ahmed90> with the booster?
[2:13] <Wurst> Yeah
[2:13] <Wurst> But with the Solar Panel charging - things would stay powered
[2:13] <Ahmed90> what about a power packs?
[2:14] <SpeedEvil> Ahmed90: it depends where you are.
[2:14] <Ahmed90> SpeedEvil Iraq :DDD
[2:14] <SpeedEvil> Ahmed90: To keep a pi going at 2.5W here - requires 250W of solar panel or so.
[2:14] <SpeedEvil> It may be rather sunnier there.
[2:14] <SpeedEvil> (in december)
[2:14] <Ahmed90> plenty of sun light
[2:14] <Ahmed90> even in winter
[2:14] <SpeedEvil> You're probably going to want ideally a 15+W panel, I suspect.
[2:14] <SpeedEvil> smaller may be OK
[2:15] <SpeedEvil> but not that much smaller - if you want it up 24*7
[2:15] <Wurst> Ahmed90; I use that booster in my Weather Station & Garden watering project and I've never had power failure.
[2:15] <Wurst> I replace the batteries about ever 3-4 months, just to make sure they are top notch
[2:16] <Ahmed90> SpeedEvil, i won't worry much about the power tbh the company electricians would deal with it
[2:16] <Ahmed90> am just putting the structure / doing the code
[2:16] <SpeedEvil> I've been using 'motion' - which may be pretty much what's needed.
[2:17] <SpeedEvil> It can do USB cameras, motion activated recording, region or mask triggering
[2:17] <SpeedEvil> http://www.lavrsen.dk/foswiki/bin/view/Motion/MotionGuide
[2:17] <Ahmed90> Wurst, cool i didn't know boosters exist D: had power issue with arduino a booster would have been great
[2:18] <Wurst> FSWEBCAM would work just fine, a small python script that runs "fswebcam -d /dev/video0 photo1.jpg" (/dev/video0 being the camera..)
[2:18] <Wurst> connected to a small PIR motion sensor to activate the script
[2:18] <Wurst> and your done
[2:18] <Ahmed90> Wurst, it will be activated by rfid scanner
[2:19] <Wurst> or that
[2:19] <Ahmed90> need to catch the img and send over to server
[2:19] <Wurst> FSWEBCAM allows for SSH/SCP
[2:19] <Wurst> and there are simple python modules for creating/sending email --
[2:20] <Ahmed90> was thinking of doing it with api / post request
[2:20] <Ahmed90> but scp would be cool.. (if the client allows me to delay a little)
[2:21] <Wurst> whatever works really, there's multiple ways to get the end results.
[2:21] <Ahmed90> yeah
[2:21] <Wurst> I'm just more of a Python guy so I tend to use it for everything
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[2:22] <Voop> hey Wurst
[2:22] <Wurst> huh?
[2:22] <Ahmed90> i want to build it i python for the native support but ... idk am a multi lang developer but not a python
[2:22] <Ahmed90> one^
[2:22] <Ahmed90> D:
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[2:23] <Wurst> Voop; ??
[2:23] <Voop> just saying hey
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[2:24] <Wurst> Oh hey
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[2:25] <Ahmed90> ok.. what if i cant use usb cameras?
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[2:26] <Ahmed90> i was thinking of a dvr to the raspi ethernet
[2:26] <Ahmed90> capture an img from the stream etc
[2:27] <Wurst> Umm, someone else would have to chime in on that one.. I'm not familiar with DVRs. Not sure what kinda access they would allow via Ethernet, or what ports they have for access
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[2:27] <Ahmed90> some dvrs have internet/live streaming options
[2:28] <Ahmed90> rtsp etc..
[2:28] <Wurst> If that's the case, then I'm not sure what role the RaspPi would play in it
[2:29] <Ahmed90> take an img of the cars on time, read the rfid, open the gate, send signal to the LED screen
[2:29] <Ahmed90> to tell the driver to move etc..
[2:30] <Ahmed90> and ofc send all these data to the server via usb modem
[2:30] <Ahmed90> cool story right :D
[2:30] <cassoPi> SURE
[2:30] <cassoPi> sure*
[2:30] <cassoPi> :)
[2:31] <Ahmed90> the boss of the company loved the pi lol ..
[2:31] <Ahmed90> he started to think of the pi first in any project xD
[2:32] <Wurst> Well you need a way for the Pi to access the feed from the DVR, and then take a snap shot from that feed...
[2:32] <Ahmed90> yeah thats what am researching atm
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[2:34] <Wurst> Its not entirely impossible; but would require some coding and research
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[2:35] <Ahmed90> yeah.. am also thinking of using the pi camera modules
[2:35] <Ahmed90> not sure how reliable thy are but.. how to connect 3?
[2:36] <Wurst> as far as I know you can only connected 1 camera module to a single Pi
[2:36] <Ahmed90> yeah
[2:36] <IT_Sean> that is correct.
[2:36] <IT_Sean> mostly.
[2:36] <IT_Sean> The compute module supports two, i believe.
[2:37] <Ahmed90> hmm
[2:37] <SpeedEvil> https://flashair-developers.com/en/
[2:37] <SpeedEvil> as another alternative
[2:37] <SpeedEvil> this is a programmable SD card.
[2:37] <SpeedEvil> with wifi. It can even run lua scripts on boot
[2:38] <SpeedEvil> stick it in a trailcam, ...
[2:38] <Ahmed90> SpeedEvil, o.O
[2:39] <Ahmed90> how can i trigger a "take image" with this?
[2:39] <Wurst> IT_Sean; the compute module doesn't support 2 natively -- and adpater is required I thought
[2:39] <IT_Sean> well, you need some kind ofbreakout board anyway, as the compute module itself does not have any ports on it. That said, i _think_ both of the SoC's CSI connectors are broken out to the edge connector
[2:40] <IT_Sean> check me on that, though, as i've never done it.
[2:42] <Wurst> This would work http://www.newark.com/raspberry-pi/rpi-compute-dev-kit/raspberry-pi-compute-dev-board/dp/62X6560?MER=bn_level5_3NP_EngagementRec_1
[2:42] <Wurst> but limited to 2 CSI ports
[2:43] <Ahmed90> even tho the pi camera quality is better than the off the shelf cctv but don't think it would fit without hardware modifications :/
[2:44] <Wurst> not true; pi camera is not that great
[2:44] <Wurst> its what 8MP in the new one
[2:44] <Wurst> 5MP in the old one
[2:44] <binaryhermit> ahh yes, the mp myth
[2:44] <Ahmed90> its still better than cheap cctv cams which cost more
[2:44] <Wurst> Video is good at what 1080?
[2:45] <methuzla> full HD is only 2MP
[2:45] <Wurst> Maybe, but 2MP doesn't produce a low grain large res photo
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[2:46] <Ahmed90> yeah mp is not the go to answer .. its just one of these marketing stickers (most of the time)
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[2:48] <Wurst> personally the Pi Camera module is over priced for the quality of photo
[2:48] <methuzla> discussion seemed video related. maybe i should scroll back. what's the goal?
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[2:48] <Wurst> methuzla; he wants to take a still
[2:49] <Wurst> if I recall he mention live stream/video not needed
[2:49] <Ahmed90> methuzla, need to take stills from 3 cams
[2:49] <Ahmed90> minimum
[2:49] <Wurst> He's making a Security system for an ISIS compound ;)
[2:49] <Ahmed90> D:
[2:50] <Ahmed90> LIES
[2:50] <Voop> usb webcams?
[2:50] <IT_Sean> that's probably your best bet
[2:51] <Ahmed90> :/
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[2:51] <methuzla> do acquisitions need to be tightly synchronized?
[2:51] <Ahmed90> quality and usb power ?
[2:51] <Ahmed90> its a gate so driver gets in.. stops .. snap snap .. gate open if rfid matches
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[2:52] <Wurst> USB webcams are cheap -- even good quality ones.
[2:52] <methuzla> rfid?
[2:52] <Ahmed90> radio id thingy
[2:52] <methuzla> how's that tie in with image?
[2:53] <Ahmed90> its a gate :P?
[2:53] <Ahmed90> cars have rfid stickers
[2:53] <Ahmed90> scanner connected to the pi
[2:53] <methuzla> separate system? triggers cameras?
[2:53] <Wurst> isn't there a guard box next to the gate?
[2:53] <Ahmed90> yeah
[2:54] <Wurst> Which would be powered 24/7
[2:54] <Ahmed90> but hes not to be trusted :D
[2:54] <Ahmed90> depends
[2:54] <Wurst> so no need for solar power
[2:54] <Voop> radio frequency identifacation - RFID
[2:54] <Ahmed90> its iraq after all :P
[2:54] <methuzla> and sounds like no requirement for tight coupling on the image capture
[2:54] <Ahmed90> lol 13 years later we still dont have 24/7 power grid
[2:54] <Wurst> Well if the guard box isn't powered, it's a good bet the gate won't be either.. so no access either way
[2:55] <Ahmed90> guard is not trusted and gate can be open manually
[2:55] <methuzla> how far apart are the 3 camera located?
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[2:55] <Wurst> so the Raspi just going to engage or disengage the lock?
[2:55] <Ahmed90> not sure but mostly few meters .. its a dump
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[2:56] <Wurst> Seems like a lot of security for a "dump"
[2:56] <Ahmed90> Wurst if there is power it will trigger the open for gate with a relay
[2:56] <Ahmed90> hehe
[2:56] <Ahmed90> too any cheating drivers
[2:56] <Ahmed90> many*
[2:57] <Wurst> sounds more and more like an ISIS compound : lol
[2:57] <Ahmed90> haha
[2:57] <Ahmed90> the code of the system is to get timestamps and plates/driver images
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[2:59] <Ahmed90> its not really about security more about drivers/management behavior
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[3:03] <Ahmed90> what about wifi camera? is there any linux/pi friendly ?
[3:11] <Voop> i hope its not about security
[3:11] <Voop> i think mostly anyone can defeat a strung together pi usb camera setup
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[3:12] <Ahmed90> Voop, yeah .. still its a remote location even with actual system it can be easily powered off
[3:12] <Ahmed90> its all about reports and management
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[3:20] <jmadero> anyone around running raspbian on an RPi first gen who is willing to do a quick test?
[3:20] <jmadero> I can't get mine to rotate for me at all and it's becoming frustrating
[3:23] <Wurst> Sorry mine got zapped a while back
[3:23] <jmadero> no need to apologize, just figured I'd jump in and ask - trying to use my Pi as a magic mirror but can't do that if I can't get it to rotate
[3:24] <ali1234> have you updated the software?
[3:24] <jmadero> yeah
[3:24] <jmadero> it very briefly rotates as it's booting up, then flickers and goes back to not rotated
[3:25] <jmadero> I'm disappointed to see so many distros deprecated, I'm willing to try another distro but the wiki basically says all are no longer supported
[3:25] <ali1234> why can't you just use raspbian?
[3:26] <ali1234> nothing much can run on the first generation pi because it is an old ARM architecture
[3:26] <ali1234> your only other options are debian armel or compiling something yourself
[3:26] <jmadero> I can - but it won't rotate for me
[3:26] <jmadero> which is what I need it to do
[3:27] <Wurst> jmadero; did you allocate more memory for the GPU ?
[3:27] <jmadero> yeah
[3:27] <Wurst> think the rotation requires extra GPU memory
[3:28] <jmadero> yeah I added as much as I could
[3:28] <ali1234> what options did you put in config.txt?
[3:28] <jmadero> display_rotate and gpu allocation to max functional
[3:28] <jmadero> or rotate_display, whatever that option is
[3:28] <ali1234> the option is called lcd_rotate
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[3:28] <ali1234> what exactly did you put?
[3:29] <jmadero> I followed this: https://www.raspberrypi.org/documentation/configuration/config-txt.md
[3:29] <jmadero> display_rotate 1
[3:29] <jmadero> which like I said, does work very briefly on reboot (about 1 second) then it goes back
[3:30] <ali1234> you are using hdmi?
[3:30] <jmadero> yeah
[3:30] <ali1234> okay that's right then
[3:30] <ali1234> what rotation are you trying to use?
[3:30] <jmadero> 90 degree
[3:31] <jmadero> it's going to be tucked behind a mirror to make a magic mirror.....if I can get it to work
[3:31] <ali1234> okay and what gpu_mem value?
[3:31] <Berg> turn the monitor upside down?
[3:32] <jmadero> 128 for GPU
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[3:33] <ali1234> at what point does it flip back to normal rotation?
[3:34] <Smeef> I have xrdp installed on my Pi, when I use aFreeRDP on my android to connect to the Pi, I see all the applications I left open when I last disconnected, but when I use Windows Remote Desktop to connect, I get a new desktop with nothing open. Am I doing something wrong, or it this an issue with x?
[3:34] <jmadero> ali1234: when it boots up it starts (again super brief, almost had to see it) as rotated, then it rotates back (this is all before the full distro is loaded but I can see my background))
[3:34] <ali1234> you see text rotated?
[3:35] <jmadero> I see the mouse rotated
[3:35] <jmadero> that's all
[3:35] <jmadero> desktop icons haven't loaded by that time
[3:35] <ali1234> you don't see the boot messages?
[3:35] <jmadero> not rotated, no
[3:36] <Wurst> Have you checked the boot logs?
[3:36] <ali1234> so you see the boot messages but they aren't rotated?
[3:36] <ali1234> then X is rotated for a short time, then it goes back?
[3:37] <jmadero> precisely
[3:37] <ali1234> does display_rotate 2 work?
[3:37] <jmadero> funny enough, I didn't try, give me a few
[3:38] <jmadero> crap - I need to reinstall raspbian actually, more than a few minutes :)
[3:39] <Wurst> try uncommenting hdmi_force_hotplug=1
[3:39] <ali1234> all commands in config.txt are bootloader commands and they should take effect immediately after the bootloader is finished before any text messages are drawn
[3:39] <Wurst> see if that does anything
[3:39] <ali1234> yes, hdmi complicates things since it can disconnect at runtime
[3:40] <jmadero> okay, downloading NOOBS again so need about 25-30, I'll report back
[3:40] <jmadero> thanks all
[3:40] <vrmxm> So, uh... how long does it take to compile GCC on the Pi?
[3:40] <vrmxm> Since it doesn't seem to use distcc
[3:40] <ali1234> vrmxm: an hour or so
[3:40] <ali1234> more if you are building a full toolchain
[3:40] <vrmxm> That can't be right, this has been going since at least 6... it's now almost 10
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[3:41] <ali1234> are you also building binutils and glibc
[3:41] <ali1234> also what pi?
[3:41] <vrmxm> I thought I was just building gcc, Pi 2B+
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[3:41] <ali1234> it shouldn't take excessively long. did you make -j4?
[3:41] <vrmxm> It's -j17 -l4 here
[3:42] <ali1234> 17?
[3:42] <vrmxm> (total cores * 2) + 1
[3:42] <vrmxm> For distcc
[3:42] <ali1234> remember that the sd card is a bottleneck
[3:42] <ali1234> 17 jobs is going to hammer it
[3:43] <ali1234> i dont even know what -l4 means
[3:43] <vrmxm> -l4 is the cores local to the Pi
[3:44] <ali1234> i suspect that gcc compiles a cut down version of itself, and then uses that to compile the main compiler
[3:44] <ali1234> that would explain why distcc isnt working
[3:44] <jmadero> 2-3 hour download so, I might report back tomorrow after work
[3:44] <vrmxm> Probably right
[3:44] <vrmxm> I think I'm going to move the compile space onto the flash drive before I do any more heavy lifting
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[3:45] <ali1234> i can tell you i have build devkitpro-ppc, which includes gcc, libc, binutils for two different arch, and it took less than 8 hours
[3:45] <ali1234> on a 2B
[3:45] <ali1234> but i don't know exactly how long each part took
[3:46] <ali1234> lso since that is two cross compilers it might have skipped tests
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[3:47] <vrmxm> Nothing for it, I guess. I'll just go to bed and get back to it in the morning.
[3:47] <vrmxm> I just expect it'll finish shortly after I go to bed, then all those hours will be lost when it could have been working on the next project.
[3:48] <ali1234> if you are lucky
[3:48] <ali1234> you might just wake up to a compile error
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[3:48] <vrmxm> I think I'd put a stake through its CPU
[3:49] <vrmxm> Oh well. Later taters.
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[3:51] <[Saint]> someone might find this useful:
[3:51] <[Saint]> http://pastebin.com/kApAAkGG
[3:51] <[Saint]> edit to suit - it's a .screenrc file with bindings and su ch that I found useful
[3:52] <[Saint]> *such
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[3:56] <[Saint]> I'm about to update my dotfiles github repository with useful screen and ssh magic, so I guess I'll just announce here when I do.
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[4:06] <jKlaus> hey guys.. I just installed raspbian jessie on my pie and I can't reach the outer world via lan
[4:06] <jKlaus> anyone have a similar issue?
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[4:13] <jmadero> jKlaus: I had that issue with NOOBS but not within raspbian itself
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[4:14] <sadffffed> what vps do you guyss use?
[4:14] <ozzzy_> vps?
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[4:17] <jKlaus> jmadero, I found out why...
[4:18] <jKlaus> http://raspberrypi.stackexchange.com/questions/37920/how-do-i-set-up-networking-wifi-static-ip
[4:18] <jKlaus> stupid.. lol
[4:18] <jKlaus> jmadero, ^
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[4:27] <jmadero> jKlaus: everything is a learning experience :-D
[4:28] <jKlaus> jmadero, yup.. though I'd rather them configure dhcp by default
[4:29] <jmadero> jKlaus: in the past I haven't had to manually configure....
[4:29] <jKlaus> I guess their angle was to keep the install as minimalist as possible?
[4:29] <Qatz> If I want a static I tend to configure my router to give me the same address based on my MAC
[4:29] <jKlaus> yeah the first answer to the question in the link I sent said this is a net new approach with the release of jessie
[4:29] <jKlaus> Qatz, same here
[4:30] <[Saint]> Qatz: Well done.
[4:30] <jKlaus> my router actually assumes you want it to be static and retains by default
[4:30] <jKlaus> though I may have set it to do that years ago.. lol
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[4:30] <[Saint]> DHCP reservation tables are WAAAAAAAAAY better than client side static addressing IMO.
[4:30] <[Saint]> way more flexible.
[4:30] <[Saint]> especially for mobile devices.
[4:30] <jKlaus> [Saint], I concur
[4:30] <Qatz> Yeah
[4:30] <jKlaus> so why in the heck did they do what they did
[4:30] <Qatz> I run openwrt
[4:30] <Qatz> So easy
[4:30] <jKlaus> Its quite annoying
[4:31] <[Saint]> if the device isn't going to be leaving your network then it is arguable if there is any benefit.
[4:31] <jKlaus> But why not just set up dhcp by default
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[4:31] <[Saint]> but if it is, not risking colission and not having to reconfigure static addressing for every network you touch is a bonus.
[4:31] <jKlaus> where are the devs of raspbian
[4:32] <jKlaus> [Saint], you still have to reconfigure for the change in router ip address
[4:32] <[Saint]> but you would with static addressing as well.
[4:32] <[Saint]> that's a given.
[4:33] <jKlaus> Yeah.. that's what I was saying
[4:33] <jKlaus> with DHCP you don't have to do anything if you bounce networks
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[4:33] <jKlaus> just figure out w/e your IP is at the hotel :)
[4:33] <jKlaus> ifconfig ftw
[4:34] <[Saint]> regarding raspbian/DHCP, you guys know that raspbian switched to supplying DHCP with dhcpd, and that in order for automatic DHCP configuration the inet actually needs to be set as 'manual' to allow for the old 'automatic' functionality?
[4:34] <[Saint]> just sayin'.
[4:34] <Qatz> I got a pi zero on impulse when I saw it was available. Now need to find a project to use it in
[4:35] <jKlaus> [Saint], it doesn't seem to be working
[4:35] <Qatz> So far I played with it's OTG functions, and just test compiling
[4:35] <[Saint]> so - yeah, automatic DHCP configuration definitely still works.
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[4:35] <jmadero> Qatz: magic mirror :-b
[4:35] <[Saint]> the inet just needs to be set as manual, not automatic.
[4:35] <[Saint]> I have this working myself.
[4:35] <[Saint]> It definitely works.
[4:35] <jKlaus> as I still had to set my dhcpd.conf
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[4:36] <jKlaus> [Saint], did you have to set the static router/nameserver
[4:36] <jKlaus> [Saint], please give this a read and tell me what you think..http://raspberrypi.stackexchange.com/questions/37920/how-do-i-set-up-networking-wifi-static-ip
[4:36] <[Saint]> "With the new network mods, DHCP is taken care of by a new package called dhcpcd. In order for this to work, the iface lines in /etc/network/interfaces need to be "manual" rather than "dhcp". This is why the file has changed, and why we've backed it up in case you want to go back, in which case you will need to uninstall raspberrypi-net-mods"
[4:37] <jKlaus> I want to make sure I set it up right
[4:37] <jKlaus> I don't want to have to configure nameserver every time I put my pi on a different network
[4:38] <jKlaus> dang man it must be down pouring outside
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[4:42] <jKlaus> [Saint], you there mate?
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[4:46] <jKlaus> bah debian installer why you play with my feelings so much
[4:46] <jKlaus> time remaining is jumping dramatically every couple minutes
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[4:54] <tikun> I'm seeing Raspberry Pi colocation services, is this a pretty common thing for people to do?
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[5:02] <oq> tikun: eh, a remember a few of those springing up when the pi launched
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[10:58] <gcain> Just got a new Pi3. When booting for the first time I get the message 'Resized filesystem, rebooting in 5 seconds' and it reboots, then shows the same message and reboots again. What have I missed?
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[10:59] <gordonDrogon> nothing. it should just do it once though.
[10:59] <gordonDrogon> they just made the filesystem expansion automatic at first boot time.
[10:59] <gcain> Yeh, that's what I thought. It must be struggling to write to the card.
[11:00] <gcain> Is it possible to perform the process manually so I can check for errors>
[11:01] <gordonDrogon> yes, but it's done now ...
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[11:01] <BurtyB> If you edit the cmdline.txt file on the boot partition and remove the "quiet ..." part it won't try to resize again and you could use "sudo raspi-config" to resize if needed
[11:01] <gcain> But it isn't. The Pi is just stuck in a boot loop endlessly trying to resize it's file system.
[11:02] <gordonDrogon> ah, right. didn't realise that was happening.
[11:02] <gcain> Thanks, I'll try that quickly.
[11:02] <gordonDrogon> I think i'd re-image and try again..
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[11:02] <gordonDrogon> or try what BurtyB suggests...
[11:02] <gordonDrogon> and ...
[11:02] <gcain> I have re-imaged a few times. Lite and full image.
[11:03] <gcain> I can't save any changes to the card....
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[11:04] <gordonDrogon> can you read/write the card in the PC you used to create the image?
[11:04] <gcain> I can dd the image to the card. But can't save any changes to the cmdline.txt.
[11:05] <gordonDrogon> I don't understand why not ...
[11:05] <gordonDrogon> you could be able to mount it on a PC and edit it..
[11:06] <gcain> Yeh, it's like it's write protected. Even after a format it remounts and all the same files & partitions are there. This is obviously the issue for the Pi too.
[11:06] <Drzacek> Are you mounting with the right access rights (uid and stuff)?
[11:07] <Drzacek> could be the sd card itself broken? can you try with other sd card?
[11:07] <gcain> Yeh, I am pretty sure.
[11:07] <gcain> I don't have another micro one unfortunately...
[11:07] <gcain> Oh wait, I think I do! brb.
[11:07] <Drzacek> ok
[11:09] <Triffid_Hunter> gcain: sounds like a dud card
[11:09] <gcain> Found an older Sandisk one. I'll image it quick and try again.
[11:09] <gcain> And yeh, sounds like a dodgy card unfortunately.
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[11:23] <gcain> I get a 'Kernel Panic, unable to mount root fs' now. So that's a lot further down the road than the other card.
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[11:30] <ShorTie> how big and what speed are the sdcards ??
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[11:34] <Phiber2000> Hi! The USB mass storage boot needs a config line "program_usb_boot_mode". Question: Is this reversible? This doesn't matter, but for example "program_usb_timeout" would.
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[11:42] <ShorTie> gcain, how big and what speed are the sdcards ??
[11:42] <gcain> 32gb & Class 10.
[11:43] <ShorTie> care to c/p your dd line ??
[11:43] <ShorTie> are you doing a 'sync' after dd ??
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[11:44] <gcain> sudo dd bs=1m if=2016-05-27-raspbian-jessie-lite.img of=/dev/disk3
[11:44] <gcain> I'm on OSX, so just do a graceful unmount.
[11:45] <ShorTie> no other non-mac around ??
[11:45] <gcain> Hmmm. I have a few Debian VMs. Sort of going through a few layers and then using a Mac anyway at the end though.
[11:46] <ShorTie> so, no, lol.
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[11:46] <gcain> Exactly. haha.
[11:47] <gcain> OS X has 'sync' actually.
[11:47] <BurtyB> gcain, you shouldn't have it mounted at all.. that might be the problem
[11:47] <gcain> I'll try that at the end of this re-image.
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[11:47] <ShorTie> are you using a using a built in sdcard reader or a usb
[11:47] <gcain> Built in one.
[11:48] <ShorTie> ya, unmount it before dd
[11:48] <gcain> It is unmounted before dd. You can't dd a mounted partition (errors out).
[11:48] <ShorTie> built in 1's don't always work very well
[11:48] <ShorTie> usb are better
[11:48] <gcain> True, very true.
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[11:50] <ShorTie> you can't dd a image to a partition period, must be a device
[11:51] <Triffid_Hunter> ShorTie: rubbish, can dd image to partition just fine, just doesn't work too well if the image has its own partitions inside
[11:52] <gcain> Sorry, you can't dd to a device with a mounted partition.
[11:57] <ShorTie> are we not talking about a sdcard image Triffid_Hunter ??
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[12:01] <Triffid_Hunter> ShorTie: type of block device is irrelevant
[12:02] <gcain> Having a crack at this under a Debian VM. Hopefully better results.
[12:02] <gcain> fsck was complaining about issues, so I just wiped it and started again.
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[12:07] * ShorTie leaning toward the need of a usb sdcard reader
[12:08] <gcain> haha. Yeh, I get exactly the same issue. :(
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[12:10] <oq> ShorTie: someone portable or for a desktop?
[12:10] <oq> *something
[12:11] <ShorTie> isn't a usb device portable ??
[12:12] <ShorTie> so kinda don't understand the question .. :/~
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[12:13] <oq> ShorTie: like this, https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/31ovryqLnPL.jpg, as opposed to this, https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/71R3riY3CdL._SL1500_.jpg
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[12:14] <Zeno`> gordonDrogon, before I forgot again: https://github.com/Zeno-/wiringPi/commit/f10249163ad8a816cd0a120a9159b3c242e7d601
[12:15] <Zeno`> 3208 is exactly the same...
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[12:25] <gordonDrogon> ok, thanks.
[12:26] <Zeno`> 2 days testing... it's accurate with my multimeter to one decimal place (without averaging) and 3 with averaging of samples
[12:26] <Zeno`> do as you please ;)
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[12:31] <Zeno`> oh, and unless I'm mistaken (could be) you can do 3004/3008 reading with just 2 bytes and not 3 but I don't have time to rewire my test 3004 now
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[12:50] <gordonDrogon> dozing here. waiting for a delivery.
[12:50] <gordonDrogon> just robbed the header off the mcp3008 board for another board so can't built that up today.
[12:50] <gordonDrogon> unless I can find another header - lurking ..
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[12:53] <Biganon> Hi there ! I'm looking for advice : I need my raspberry pi to push a button. Simple as that. What's the easiest way of doing that ? A robotic shield and a solenoid, something like that ?
[12:54] <mlelstv> replace the button with something else ?
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[12:55] <gordonDrogon> get it to send a txt/email to a human that says: push button.
[12:55] <gordonDrogon> but if you want a mechanical solution, then solenoid and a rubber blob on the end.
[12:56] * Zeno` wonders what pushing the button does
[12:56] <Zeno`> does it say "do not push?"
[12:57] * Zeno` pushes it and he is blasted across the room by a jet of water
[12:57] <Zeno`> ok, I see why now you want a the pi to push it
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[13:07] <Zeno`> does gcc on the pi set a #define for the pi?
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[13:07] <Zeno`> so I can do #ifdef RASPBERRY_PI (or similar)
[13:08] <Zeno`> my google fu is letting me down
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[13:10] <gordonDrogon> I never found one when I was developing my basic - which I compile on Pi & Linux desktop
[13:10] <gordonDrogon> I ran a shellscript in the Makefile...
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[13:11] <gordonDrogon> check output of gcc -dM -E
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[13:12] <Zeno`> hmm ok... doing it in the Makefile does make sense
[13:13] <gordonDrogon> Hm. there appears to be PI_MAKER, PI_MODEL, etc.
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[13:13] <Drzacek> _arm_?
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[13:14] <gordonDrogon> oh no, wait - those come from my own code - doh!
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[13:15] <Drzacek> https://sourceforge.net/p/predef/wiki/Architectures/
[13:15] <gordonDrogon> Lots of __ARM ...
[13:15] <Drzacek> yeah
[13:16] <Drzacek> question is, would you be writing program for many different arms, or only x86/rpi?
[13:18] <Zeno`> hmm
[13:18] * Zeno` thinks about that
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[13:20] <Zeno`> Drzacek, the answer is probably different ARMs
[13:20] <Zeno`> I have an arduino also
[13:20] <Armand> ARMandwutnow?
[13:20] <Zeno`> but I can come up with something using cmake maybe
[13:21] <Zeno`> x86
[13:21] <Zeno`> I might just make it a cmake flag... easier
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[13:22] <Drzacek> maybe a shell script, that would do some system call and parse the output to determine platform (uname -a would say something about rpi?), and then call the proper make file?
[13:22] <Zeno`> I'm not using the arduino IDE btw... it makes me feel a bit queezy
[13:22] <Zeno`> Drzacek, yeah that might work
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[13:23] <Zeno`> that IDE for arduino also encourages bad programming
[13:23] <Zeno`> i hate it :(
[13:25] <gordonDrogon> I don't use it. I use makefiles
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[13:25] <Zeno`> i use cmake
[13:25] <Drzacek> whats cmake
[13:26] <gordonDrogon> however I also have my own complete AVR/atmega infrastructure - wiring, etc.
[13:26] <Zeno`> I can use Makefiles if I have to
[13:26] <Zeno`> https://cmake.org/
[13:26] <gordonDrogon> I never got to grips with cmake, so stuck to Makefiles.
[13:26] <Zeno`> yeah, it's much of a muchness
[13:26] <Drzacek> what does cmake have that normal make doesnt?
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[13:27] <Zeno`> Drzacek, it basically creates Makefiles
[13:27] <Drzacek> meta make?
[13:27] <Drzacek> :D
[13:27] <Zeno`> almost
[13:27] <Zeno`> well it is really
[13:28] <Zeno`> also easier to do out-of-source builds
[13:29] <Zeno`> but maybe I'm just lazy :D
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[13:30] <xEBIx> hello,
[13:30] <Zeno`> hi
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[13:32] <xEBIx> I just build a kernel for my raspberry 3. But when I boot it just the color testpage shows up and nothing happens. I build it with the bcm2710 defconfig. I copied it with the Gentoo imagetool-uncompressed.py. I also copied the dtbs as stated in the raspberry manuel. What can be wrong?
[13:33] <xEBIx> It is a 4.4.16-v7+ Kernel
[13:34] <xEBIx> Is there a way to see an actual Errormessage?
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[13:36] <gordonDrogon> serial terminal.
[13:36] <xEBIx> before I ran a 4.4.12 Kernel from the git, not build myself. That is working
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[13:40] <xEBIx> Thats ok, but I do wanna now what is wrong with mine...
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[13:41] <xEBIx> I mean they should be pretty default, as I just use defconfig and do nothing else...
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[14:13] <Zeno`> is there anyway to use wiringPi without being root?
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[14:14] <Zeno`> any way*
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[14:46] <gordonDrogon> Zeno`, Yes.
[14:47] <gordonDrogon> and you can use almost all of it too.
[14:47] <Zeno`> please tell me the secret! :)
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[14:47] <gordonDrogon> run: gpio -v
[14:47] <gordonDrogon> and see if it tells you you can.
[14:47] <gordonDrogon> if you can, read the instructions...
[14:47] <Zeno`> hold on lemme boot pi
[14:48] <Zeno`> gpio -v will give instructions if I can't?
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[14:48] <gordonDrogon> no, but I will.
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[14:48] <gordonDrogon> it's all more or less documented, but it's sort of fragmented on the raspberrypi.org site and others.
[14:49] <Zeno`> http://dpaste.com/1F1009D
[14:49] <gordonDrogon> you may find hardware PWM won't work.
[14:49] <Zeno`> so yes I should be able to
[14:49] <Zeno`> somehow
[14:49] <gordonDrogon> yes, just set that environment variable.
[14:49] <Zeno`> oh is that it?!
[14:49] <gordonDrogon> you can even set it in your code before you call wiringPiSetup...
[14:49] <Zeno`> lol, too easy... thanks
[14:50] <gordonDrogon> basicalyl you haver dev-tree enabled and the user-land /dev/gpiomem module installed.
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[14:50] <gordonDrogon> wiringPi doesn't yet test for that by default, but setting the environment variable will make that work.
[14:50] <Zeno`> hmm
[14:51] <Zeno`> wiringPiSetup: Unable to open /dev/gpiomem: Permission denied
[14:51] <gordonDrogon> you need to be in the 'gpio' group.
[14:51] <Zeno`> I should just modify perms for the device?
[14:51] <Zeno`> ok
[14:51] <Zeno`> thanks :)
[14:51] <gordonDrogon> no - add yourself into the gpio group, logout/in again.
[14:51] <Zeno`> yep doing that now
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[14:52] <gordonDrogon> I2C & SPI all work in the same way now - use raspi-config to enable them, then make sure your user is in the i2c and spi groups. The default 'pi' user is.
[14:52] <gordonDrogon> I think I'll put some more diagnostics into the gpio program to check for that.... I get so many emails from Linux newbs...
[14:52] <Zeno`> ok, so now I need to add to spi group
[14:53] <Zeno`> perfect
[14:53] <Zeno`> thanks
[14:54] <Zeno`> well I'm not new to linux but that wasn't exactly intuitive
[14:54] <Zeno`> (I mean adding to groups was trivial etc)
[14:54] <Zeno`> but the process overall
[14:56] <Zeno`> I guess if I'd bothered to look at available groups it all would have been a bit more apparent heh
[14:57] <gordonDrogon> yea, it's all a bit odd because, after-all, unix was never designed to let users have this much control over the hardware ...
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[14:57] <gordonDrogon> "that's the kernels job", etc.
[14:57] <Zeno`> yeah
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[14:58] <gordonDrogon> I also think too much happened far to ofast once the Pi was released - it really did catch them by surprise, so adding /dev/gpiomem, users, etc. is still something relatively new (to Raspbian, etc.)
[14:59] <gordonDrogon> but they get there in the end...
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[15:00] <Zeno`> that's all that counts really
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[15:15] <Zeno`> ok, time to take 1 billion samples from the MCP3204
[15:15] <Zeno`> seems like a good number
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[15:19] <Zeno`> err maybe I better do a few less
[15:21] <BluesKaj_> or fewer even
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[15:21] <Zeno`> good idea!
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[15:27] <Zeno`> 30K samples a second (2.5k bps)
[15:28] <Zeno`> for 10 tests of 1 million samples and averaged
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[15:29] <Zeno`> should be ok to sample voice. But I don't want to sample voice
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[15:31] <Zeno`> not exactly fast though :/
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[15:32] <Zeno`> oh wait
[15:32] <Zeno`> yeah, it's slow
[15:33] <Zeno`> 2.5k kbps
[15:33] <Zeno`> *sigh*
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[15:33] <Zeno`> correction 2.5 kbps
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[15:36] <Zeno`> although... 30 ksps isn't toooo bad for that chip
[15:36] <Zeno`> (it really more like 35 now that I changed something)
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[15:39] <Sadale> Zeno`, O_o 2.5kbps? That's slow :(
[15:40] <Sadale> Zeno`, I was thinking to use that ADC for a 8kbps signal :P
[15:40] <Sadale> I didn't have it, tho. That's why I made one with ATTiny :P
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[15:42] <Zeno`> he
[15:42] <Zeno`> well, it's not slow really
[15:42] <Sadale> well, 2.5k isn't good enough for telephone voice signal :(
[15:43] <Sadale> BTW, it's good enough for some other applications :>
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[15:43] <Zeno`> the datasheet says 100 ksps max. sampling rate at VDD = 5V (and 50 ksps @ 2.7V) so 35 ksps on the pi isn't really that bad
[15:44] <Zeno`> The test program is not optimised either (it's all -O0)
[15:44] <Zeno`> so... *shrug*
[15:44] <Sadale> ah. I see. Some ksps downgrade is caused by the bloatness of the library and crap
[15:44] <Zeno`> yeah
[15:44] <Zeno`> well I think gordonDrogon suggested it was the kernel side of things
[15:45] <Zeno`> but I'm happy with 35
[15:45] <Sadale> good :)
[15:45] <Zeno`> I only need 100 samples a second after all (if that) lol
[15:46] <Zeno`> Was just interested in seeing how far it could be pushed
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[15:46] <Zeno`> and for what... $1.50?.... it's pretty good really
[15:48] <Zeno`> but now I have to play back some speech to see if the 12-bit 2.5kbps sounds better than what I did on my c64 with an 8-bit adc
[15:48] <TheLostAdmin> have you still got the C64?
[15:49] <Zeno`> TheLostAdmin, I wish I did! But I gave it to a kid who wanted it many years ago (I don't regret that, just regret not having it now heh)
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[15:51] <TheLostAdmin> Zeno`, I got one off craigs list a few years back. I never had one as a kid. My father preferred the TI 99/4a. Remarkably the C64 still works. I need to replace the capacitors on the TI 99.
[15:55] <Zeno`> I'd love a c64... I use the emulator all the time (did I just admit that?)
[15:55] <Zeno`> never used the TI 99
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[15:55] <Zeno`> but I've heard about it of course
[15:56] <vrmxm> I was just running some new demoscene prods on vice this morning :)
[15:56] <TheLostAdmin> I use the emulator more than the actual C64. It's easier.
[15:56] <Zeno`> the c64 scene is still remarkably alive :D
[15:56] <Zeno`> gotta love that
[15:56] <vrmxm> Well, the restrictions of programming a c64 haven't changed
[15:57] <vrmxm> But there are basically only virtual restrictions on the PC scene now
[15:57] <Zeno`> vrmxm, and hence the enjoyment of using every last cycle
[15:57] <vrmxm> So thhe c64 and Amiga scenes arre still "true"
[15:57] <vrmxm> Indeed
[15:57] <vrmxm> I wonder why there's no stock-pi scene
[15:57] <TheLostAdmin> I haven't been to it in a few years, but I believe the C64 users group here is still alive and well.
[15:57] <vrmxm> Where?
[15:57] <TheLostAdmin> Toronto
[15:58] <TheLostAdmin> http://www.tpug.ca/
[15:58] <vrmxm> Aw
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[15:59] <vrmxm> You Canadians have all the funs
[15:59] <gordonDrogon> Zeno`, up the SPI clock rate? However there is latency in the kernel driver. You might want to consider bit-banging it, however it's difficult to do this sort of stuff if you need accurately timed samples.
[15:59] <ozzzy_> comes from breathing too much smog
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[16:00] <Zeno`> gordonDrogon, I don't need it... but what's the max clock rate that might be usable?
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[16:03] <Zeno`> gordonDrogon, reading https://projects.drogon.net/raspberry-pi/wiringpi/spi-library/ now
[16:03] <Zeno`> I'll try 32000000
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[16:05] <Zeno`> whoa!
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[16:05] <Zeno`> 8 seconds for 1 million samples
[16:05] <Armand> OVER NINE THOUSAND!
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[16:08] <Zeno`> that can't be right... that'd be 125 ksps
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[16:11] <Zeno`> can that be right?
[16:11] <gordonDrogon> well.. these DACs use the incoming clock to clock through the chip.
[16:12] <Zeno`> reading 1 million samples takes 8 seconds
[16:12] <gordonDrogon> so the max. speed is limited by the speed of the comparitors inside the chip - threy sample on the fly, using the incoming clock rather than free-run.
[16:12] <Zeno`> 16000000 does the same
[16:12] <Zeno`> that's more than the datasheet says it's capable of though
[16:13] <Zeno`> "100 ksps max. sampling rate at V
[16:13] <Zeno`> DD
[16:13] <Zeno`> = 5V"
[16:13] <Zeno`> oops
[16:13] <TheLostAdmin> Is it possible your code is reading the same value multiple times?
[16:13] <gordonDrogon> sure - you can clock it - SPI has no feedback whatsoever to regulate it - the results coming back are probably bogus.
[16:13] <Zeno`> so if I tweak things I can probably push the chip to its limits?
[16:14] <gordonDrogon> there is a SPI speed test program as part of wiringPi source: ~/wiringPi/examples/spiSpeed.c - make spiSpeed ; ./spiSpeed
[16:14] <gordonDrogon> it might let you know the limits.
[16:14] <Zeno`> let me try
[16:14] <gordonDrogon> it tries to measure kernel latency too.
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[16:16] <Zeno`> http://dpaste.com/3V3W2EA
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[16:18] <jmadero> Wurst: that fix resolved it :) (hdmi_force_hotplug=1)
[16:18] <jmadero> thanks
[16:18] <gordonDrogon> so for 4 bytes @ 1MHz you're getting 20K transactions/sec
[16:18] <jmadero> ali1234: same to you :)
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[16:18] <gordonDrogon> ah, 2Mhz.
[16:19] <Zeno`> yes, didn't paste the 1... it got missed somehow
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[16:20] <Zeno`> now I *have* to make a playback of whatever I record
[16:20] <Zeno`> just to see how silly (or not) it sounds
[16:21] <rahlquist____> question, there is only one model/version/revision of the Pi3 correct?
[16:21] <gordonDrogon> rahlquist____, yes I think so - so-far.
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[16:22] <rahlquist____> thank you
[16:23] <ali1234> jmadero: that's probably a bug then. it should remember the display rotation if you disconnect and then reconnect the monitor
[16:23] <Zeno`> @8Mhz a million samples takes 10 seconds
[16:23] <Zeno`> maybe fewer of those are bogus
[16:25] <gordonDrogon> they will be if the comparators can't work that fast...
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[16:26] <gordonDrogon> data sheet says 2Mhz max. clock @ 5v or 1MHz at 2.7v.
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[16:27] <Zeno`> oh
[16:27] <Zeno`> I probably should have checked that
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[16:29] <Zeno`> 1.5Mhz @ 5v, 1 millions samples takes 24 seconds
[16:29] <ali1234> Zeno`: what you up to?
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[16:29] <Zeno`> ali1234, just stuffing around with an ADC
[16:30] <ali1234> most ADC that you can connect to a rasperry pi can't simple anywhere near that fast
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[16:30] <Zeno`> well I dunno how to check the bogusness
[16:31] <ali1234> check the datasheet?
[16:31] <Zeno`> <gordonDrogon> data sheet says 2Mhz max. clock @ 5v or 1MHz at 2.7v.
[16:31] <ali1234> MCP3208?
[16:31] <Zeno`> yes
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[16:32] <ali1234> the data sheet says 100ksps max at 5V
[16:32] <Zeno`> yeah
[16:32] <ali1234> 50k at 2.7V
[16:32] <ali1234> it does not take one sample per clock
[16:32] <gordonDrogon> it takes 3 bytes to do a sample..
[16:33] <Zeno`> I'm not saying it does take one sample per clock
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[16:33] <Zeno`> I'm saying that me taking 1 million samples @ 1.3MHz takes 24 seconds
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[16:33] <ali1234> yes
[16:33] <gordonDrogon> oh, meaybe it's only 2 bytes - 16 bits.
[16:34] <Zeno`> takes 3
[16:34] <Zeno`> https://github.com/Zeno-/wiringPi/commit/f10249163ad8a816cd0a120a9159b3c242e7d601#diff-7a469a1d90c448700dea8ee072509653R45
[16:34] <gordonDrogon> ah yes.
[16:34] <ali1234> 3 bytes = 24 bits
[16:35] <ali1234> 1 million * 24 / 1.3MHz = ?
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[16:36] <gordonDrogon> so lets say 25 bit-times at 1Mhz, 25�S per sample or 42K samples/sec max at 1Mhz ...
[16:36] <gordonDrogon> er, 24.
[16:36] <ali1234> that's 41666 samples/second
[16:37] <Zeno`> *shrug* I get 30K samples a second at 1Mhz
[16:37] <ali1234> it's probably well in excess of your analog front end bandwidth anyway
[16:37] <gordonDrogon> of-course that's also only 1 channel - divide that by the number of channels you're sampling...
[16:38] <Zeno`> all I'm saying is that I don't think that that's too bad for such a cheap IC :)
[16:38] <ali1234> it's not bad at all
[16:39] <ali1234> you have to spend $100 up to get significantly faster
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[16:40] <ali1234> for example: https://github.com/google/prudaq/wiki
[16:41] <Zeno`> for what I'm building I'd actually be happy with 100 samples per second lol
[16:41] <Zeno`> this is all just testing for the sake of it
[16:41] <Zeno`> oh, it's blue!
[16:41] <Zeno`> I love blue
[16:42] <gordonDrogon> what's blue?
[16:42] <Zeno`> the board that ali1234 linked
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[16:43] <Zeno`> I think I might make some changes and see what difference using "differential mode" has (not on speed, but noise)
[16:43] <gordonDrogon> ah right. this board is also blue: http://unicorn.drogon.net/bluePi.jpg
[16:43] <ali1234> i would like something like that for pi, if anyone fancies designing it (and more importantly writing the software drivers)
[16:44] <gordonDrogon> getting high (really high) speed into the Pi is the main issue. You are limited by SPI clock speed, or need to write GPU stuff to use e.g. the camera connector. USB is do-able in theory though...
[16:44] <Zeno`> I actually don't think noise is a problem for what I'm doing (well, I know it's not because I can eliminate it statistically post-facto) but may as well see
[16:44] <ali1234> SMI or bust
[16:45] <ali1234> also there's AVEIN which could probably be abused to read from a ADC @ 20MHz or so
[16:45] <ali1234> but someone has to write drivers
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[16:46] <JonelethIrenicus> will this SD card work for the raspberry pi?
[16:46] <JonelethIrenicus> http://www.bestbuy.com/site/samsung-pro-32gb-microsdhc-class-10-uhs-1-memory-card-black-white/4568504.p?id=1219769552485&skuId=4568504&productCategoryId=pcmcat351600050003
[16:46] <ali1234> yes
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[16:49] <JonelethIrenicus> awesome
[16:49] <JonelethIrenicus> so the 3 B has 3 card slots?
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[16:55] <Lartza> JonelethIrenicus, Just so you know, Pi doesn't gain any benefit from UHS
[16:55] <Lartza> But it usually doesn't cost more so doesn't hurt either
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[16:57] <ali1234> sd cards don't have like an instruction that says "operate at this speed"
[16:57] <JonelethIrenicus> Lartza: ok thanks for the tip
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[16:57] <JonelethIrenicus> ali1234: what does that mean?
[16:57] <ali1234> just having generally faster flash is a benefit, even if the pi controller is limited
[16:58] <JonelethIrenicus> oh ok
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[16:58] <ali1234> because different operations take different times
[16:58] <ali1234> faster flash makes the slow ones faster as well
[16:58] <ali1234> so for example, buying slow old SD cards because the pi doesn't support UHS is silly
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[16:59] <Lartza> ali1234, Actually they do have such instructions...
[16:59] <Lartza> Read up on the UHS and how it works please before saying things like this
[16:59] <ali1234> they have an instruction to enable UHS
[16:59] <Lartza> Which doesn't get enabled on the Pi
[16:59] <ali1234> correct
[17:00] <Lartza> And will not operate on UHS speeds
[17:00] <ali1234> what you're failing to see is that UHS is the link speed, not the speed the flash operates at
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[17:11] <JonelethIrenicus> will the pi boot from any of its SD card slots?
[17:12] <JonelethIrenicus> and I noticed it has the micro on top right and then the bottom is an even smaller slot
[17:12] <JonelethIrenicus> what is that one for? extra storage?
[17:12] <ShorTie> it has more then 1 ??
[17:12] <SpeedEvil> that's not a SD slot
[17:12] <JonelethIrenicus> oh?
[17:12] <SpeedEvil> I suspect you are looking at the camera or display connector
[17:12] <Lartza> or both :P
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[17:13] <JonelethIrenicus> oh so the two slots on top of the board aren't for an SD card?
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[17:13] <SpeedEvil> no
[17:13] <JonelethIrenicus> oh ok
[17:13] <SpeedEvil> There can be only one! (SD card)
[17:13] <JonelethIrenicus> haha
[17:13] <JonelethIrenicus> highlander
[17:13] <SpeedEvil> (technically you can attach >1, if you attach it to GPIO/... - but it won't understand by default)
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[17:14] <JonelethIrenicus> ahh i see
[17:14] <JonelethIrenicus> i have a LCD display attached and I also have a 2GB microSD card but was going to get a larger one
[17:15] <JonelethIrenicus> haven't written the image to the card yet though
[17:15] <ShorTie> what image ??
[17:15] <JonelethIrenicus> was gonna use NOOBS
[17:15] <JonelethIrenicus> to install rasbien
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[17:15] <ShorTie> then you would have like no room for a true os
[17:16] <JonelethIrenicus> yeah that is what i was worried about
[17:16] <ShorTie> gonna have to use raspbian-lite for 2g sdcard
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[17:16] <JonelethIrenicus> that alright i can get a 32gig model at best buy
[17:16] <JonelethIrenicus> its only 25 bucks
[17:17] <Zeno`> Will there be room for a True Scotsman?
[17:19] <ali1234> you can solder another sd slot onto the gpio headers
[17:19] <ali1234> i don't know if you can boot from it though
[17:19] <ali1234> you probably can
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[17:20] <ShorTie> why you gonna use noobs ??
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[17:21] <ShorTie> i'd most likely just write an image
[17:21] <giddles> hi rpi
[17:22] <giddles> has the so called video"core" more to do as i expect?
[17:22] <giddles> meh im bad to phrase in english..
[17:23] <giddles> this memory split between arm and gpu i dont understand proper.. maybe someone can explain me
[17:24] <ShorTie> the gpu memory is just like the memory on your video card
[17:25] <giddles> i ever thought the cpu is responsible for everything, now on that overclock tutorial the gpu has also a big weight
[17:25] <ali1234> no it isn't
[17:25] <ali1234> it is just like the shared memory on your IGP
[17:25] <giddles> that overweights my knowlegend so i ask you :D
[17:25] <giddles> is the gpu the master of the rpi? :D
[17:25] <ali1234> yes
[17:25] <giddles> lol
[17:25] <ali1234> not a joke
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[17:26] <giddles> ok... my hypothesis would fit
[17:26] <giddles> ehm and why?
[17:26] <ali1234> because it's designed to be that way
[17:26] <giddles> k
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[17:27] <giddles> is there something else more i dont know ;)
[17:27] <gordonDrogon> it's like the ARM is 10% of the silicon chip and the GPU & other stuff is 90% ...
[17:27] <giddles> or 'exotic'
[17:27] <Simonious> So.. I've got a webUI on a box serving wifi, but when someone connects to it with their phone their phone thinks _that_ is their internet connection and.. the box is an island. How do I keep phones from doing that, so people can still do their internet things AND see the webUI on the island wifi? Can I send it over bluetooth instead or something?
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[17:27] <giddles> ok
[17:27] <giddles> interesting
[17:27] <giddles> is it the same gpu on all systems?
[17:27] <gordonDrogon> Simonious, are you running the Pi as an access point - hostapd, etc. ?
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[17:28] <Simonious> yes
[17:28] <ali1234> giddles: yes
[17:28] <gordonDrogon> then turn all that off and just make it a normal client on your LAN ...
[17:28] <Simonious> but it's an island w/o internet
[17:28] <giddles> thats fatally new for me ;) thx for answering ali1234 and gordonDrogon
[17:29] <giddles> if i would join rpi convention and i would ask the teacher baggage would lynch me ;D
[17:29] <gordonDrogon> she canny take it, captain: http://unicorn.drogon.net/IMG_20160805_161103.jpg
[17:30] <giddles> is that a beerpipe?
[17:30] <TheLostAdmin> What are you cooking now, gordonDrogon?
[17:31] <gordonDrogon> trying to not cook anything. it's a boiler with a faulty switch...
[17:31] <giddles> meh :(
[17:31] <gordonDrogon> note the green, red and the needle position )-:
[17:31] <giddles> no good beer?
[17:31] <gordonDrogon> it's not beer.
[17:31] <giddles> 2 bar beer pressure sounds nice for fast zapfing
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[17:34] <Zeno`> beer?
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[17:34] <giddles> %) its weekend!
[17:35] <Zeno`> giddles, that makes a difference?
[17:36] <gordonDrogon> it's not beer, it's coffee.
[17:36] <gordonDrogon> my coffee engine is over pressurising the boiler.
[17:36] <giddles> im older so i drink responsible
[17:37] <giddles> and after a study which is half scientific and half nonsense ppl live long with alcohol
[17:37] <giddles> nobody knows why :)
[17:37] <giddles> cheers!
[17:37] <Zeno`> heh
[17:37] <Zeno`> I drink most nights (2 beers)
[17:37] <Zeno`> but on weekends I'll have more
[17:38] <Zeno`> maybe I'm alcoholic
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[17:38] <Zeno`> usually don't drink Sun and Mon
[17:38] <gordonDrogon> I have about a pint a month. sometimes 2.
[17:40] <Zeno`> I don't figure it's doing me much harm
[17:40] <Zeno`> nobody complains anyway :)
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[17:41] <mvs7> Hey. I have a Pi3 and I want to connect it to a solar system with a RS485 interface in order to read data from it. I'm have troubles because I dont know the best way to connect a PI to this kind of ports. Can someone help me?
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[17:41] <SpeedEvil> Do you have protocol specs for the solar system?
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[17:43] <SpeedEvil> 'rs485' is not adequate
[17:43] <mvs7> The manual intructions its really bad. It only says it has a RS385 interface and show the data that i can extract from it
[17:43] <mvs7> if it helps. Its a Kaco Powador
[17:43] <mvs7> RS485*
[17:44] <SpeedEvil> Does it have a windows or similar interface and supplied hardware?
[17:44] <mvs7> and there is a picture that says: Extract from a transmition protocol from interface RS232
[17:45] <SpeedEvil> RS232 and RS485 are very different thigns
[17:45] <mvs7> Yes, thats why I need help
[17:45] <mvs7> I'm confused
[17:45] <mvs7> the solar system has no operating system. It just has a ports where I can get data from
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[17:46] <SpeedEvil> A quick google says that the RS485 is to inverters
[17:46] <SpeedEvil> There is a seperate purchased unit that talks Rs232 tro the host
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[17:47] <mvs7> ohhh. So if i get a RS485 to USB should just work fine?
[17:47] <SpeedEvil> You need to work out the protocol
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[17:48] <SpeedEvil> Just because you can connect to it does not eman you can talk to it
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[17:48] <mvs7> What you mean by working out the protocol?
[17:49] <giddles> Model name: ARMv7 Processor rev 4 (v7l)
[17:49] <giddles> CPU max MHz: 1200,0000
[17:49] <giddles> CPU min MHz: 600,0000
[17:49] <giddles>
[17:49] <SopaXorzTaker> Solar what
[17:49] <giddles> lol i need to setup bootconfig to have there armv8 standing?
[17:49] <gordonDrogon> with a bit of luck it might be modbus over rs485, mvs7 ...
[17:50] <Zeno`> mvs7, do you have a web link to *exactly* what you have?
[17:50] <SpeedEvil> http://www.selectronic.com.au/manuals/31001135-06-130417_HB_3200_6600_Operating_Instructions_EN_Web.pdf
[17:50] <SpeedEvil> mvs7: does yours also have the rs232 port?
[17:50] <gordonDrogon> I have seen gpio devices that use the Pi's on-board serial for rs485 but I suspect using a USB device would be much easier.
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[17:50] <mvs7> Nope. But i already searched something like modbus over rs485
[17:51] <Zeno`> mvs7, you don't know the exact model name, for example, of what you have?
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[17:51] <mvs7> Yes. Its Kaco powador 2500xi | 3600xi
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[17:53] <mvs7> http://kaco-newenergy.com/fileadmin/data/downloads/products/old_products/MNL_PW_2500xi-5000xi_02_en.pdf
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[17:53] <mvs7> its not the exact same module, but the RS485 Part its the same as mine
[17:53] <SpeedEvil> Does it also have a RS232 connector - because if it does - and if it's got a similar protocol to the above, it's dead easy and should take you three mintues to get working
[17:53] <Zeno`> It does seem to have RS232
[17:53] <mvs7> No. Only RS485
[17:54] <Zeno`> huh?
[17:54] <mvs7> I was responding to SpeedEvil
[17:54] <mvs7> Zeno` you are probabily right
[17:54] <Zeno`> what does this say? http://kaco-newenergy.com/fileadmin/data/downloads/products/old_products/MNL_PW_2500xi-5000xi_02_en.pdf#8
[17:54] <Zeno`> "Choice of interface and address setting"
[17:55] <SpeedEvil> just search rs232
[17:55] <mvs7> OHHHH my god. I thought they were the same port
[17:56] <mvs7> I thought is was a RS485 port, but its actually a RS232
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[17:57] <mvs7> So if i connect my pi to a RS232 can i just use a RS232 to USB cable right?
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[17:58] <SpeedEvil> yes
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[18:00] <mvs7> thank you
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[18:00] <mvs7> What is the longgest distance to this kind of cables?
[18:01] <mvs7> And Thank you!
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[18:02] <SpeedEvil> Probably a hundred meters
[18:02] <SpeedEvil> ESP8266 is a useful wifi-serial bridge
[18:03] <mvs7> Thank you!
[18:04] <BurtyB> >1km iirc for rs485 but you'd need to terminate it properly and probably give it some love
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[18:19] <Zeno`> gordonDrogon, MCP3004/8 work fine with a 2 byte transaction
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[18:20] <[Echelon]> eheh.
[18:20] <Zeno`> well, I haven't tested the 3008 but it's the same
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[18:24] <pwillard> RS485 is a balanced line multidrop interface so yeah... all connections need to be balanced line compliant and that is certainly different from standard RS232 which is just +/- 3v to 24V for signalling
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[20:28] <Zeno`> :-o
[20:28] <Zeno`> playback of my sampled sound is pretty acceptable!
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[20:29] <Zeno`> much, much, much better than my c64 effort a million years ago
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[20:38] <Zeno`> sounds better than the voice samples on the c64 Barbie game as well
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[21:03] <Smeef> anyone here have a pi zero 1.2 with a hubpixed attached? Do the ports on the hub stop working if the on-board micro USB has something connected?
[21:03] <lirakis> im using a dafodil usb sound device. when i test it with "speaker-test -Dhw:1,0 -c2 -twav " it works fine
[21:04] <lirakis> but running amixer gives me an error
[21:04] <lirakis> amixer: Mixer attach default error: No such file or directory
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[21:04] <lirakis> im on latest rasbian with an rpi 3 b
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[21:05] <lirakis> the only thing ive changed, is i blacklisted the bcm sound device module
[21:05] <lirakis> do i need to update some alsa config to be able to control volumes etc. from the terminal
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[21:10] <lirakis> hmmm ... it seems only root has access to the device
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[21:10] <lirakis> but yeah ... no access to it via alsamixer
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[21:23] <vrmxm> Is your user in the audio group?
[21:23] <vrmxm> And the USB group
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[21:31] <mfa298> Smeef: I don't have a zero, but considering the SoC only has a single USB port on it I'd imagine odd things will happen if you have a hub addon board and something plugged into the microUSB at the same time as they'll be competing with each other
[21:31] <lirakis> vrmxm: ah ill check usb
[21:32] <lirakis> vrmxm: i dont see a usb group in /etc/group
[21:32] <vrmxm> Ok
[21:32] <vrmxm> input??
[21:33] <vrmxm> I don't recall how Debian has its group segregated
[21:33] <lirakis> yeah i was not in input
[21:33] <lirakis> added myself there
[21:33] <lirakis> testing ...
[21:33] <lirakis> nope
[21:33] <lirakis> no audio
[21:34] <vrmxm> What are the permissions on the device node?
[21:35] <Smeef> mfa298, I'm thinking it might be a problem with the hubpixed specifically, I've soldered hubs to my other pi zeros and they work fine either way
[21:35] <lirakis> vrmxm: looks like root:audio
[21:36] <mfa298> Smeef: if you have two things trying to use the same USB port (which you'de also have if you solder on a USB socket and plug something in at the same time) you're going to have issues as USB doesn't work that way.
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[21:38] <mfa298> if you soldered something on then it might be the signal is degraded so that it only works at USB1 speeds at which point it might appear to work, but I wouldn't count on it working.
[21:38] <lirakis> vrmxm: actually ... this is not true
[21:38] <lirakis> my user seems tobe fine
[21:38] <mfa298> I'd suggest just using the hubpixed and the sockets on it.
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[21:38] <lirakis> but i have a python script
[21:38] <lirakis> that when i run it as my user
[21:39] <lirakis> it doesnt get audio
[21:39] <lirakis> but when i run it as root it does get audio
[21:39] <lirakis> so ... some thing with the environment python is ... running as
[21:39] <lirakis> seems weird
[21:39] <lirakis> speaker-test -Dhw:1,0 -c2 -twav
[21:39] <lirakis> works fine when run as my user
[21:40] <vrmxm> Ah
[21:40] <vrmxm> Well, I've no idea about that
[21:40] <lirakis> yeah :\
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[21:40] <lirakis> however
[21:40] <lirakis> if i do not specify the -Dhw:1,0
[21:40] <lirakis> i hear nothing
[21:41] <lirakis> so .. perhaps ... the default sound card is not set for my user?
[21:41] <lirakis> which is maybe ... why i also have no access to amixer ?
[21:41] <vrmxm> It was a while ago, but I think I recall setting something in ~/.asound.conf or similar
[21:41] <vrmxm> You might gooogle that for specifics
[21:42] <lirakis> call me a liar .. now that im in the audio group i have access to the mixer
[21:42] <lirakis> so .. this must be some weird python environment thing
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[21:49] <stiv> or more likely file/device permissions
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[22:48] <SaltyHashes> Never knew there was a rpi channel on freenode. Where have I been all this time...
[22:49] <kerio> not in here
[22:49] <kerio> ᕕ( ᐛ )ᕗ
[22:49] <lirakis> thanks for the help
[22:49] <lirakis> got me pjsip rpi phone going
[22:49] <lirakis> https://owncloud.uphreak.com/index.php/s/YuArwKCJ6UD6Oo3
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[22:50] <SaltyHashes> Does that have a GSM module or something?
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[22:52] <SpeedEvil> SIP
[22:53] <SpeedEvil> It's a telephony over internet protocol
[22:53] <SaltyHashes> Gotcha, I don't know a whole ton about PBX / VoIP implementations
[22:53] <vrmxm> That's pretty cool
[22:53] <SaltyHashes> Seems like it would be pretty interesting
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[23:39] * Envil (~envil@x55b42987.dyn.telefonica.de) Quit (Remote host closed the connection)
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[23:45] * ant_thomas (~ant_thoma@cpc80157-blbn11-2-0-cust244.10-1.cable.virginm.net) Quit (Ping timeout: 264 seconds)
[23:47] * cwesterfield is now known as cwesterfield-awa
[23:49] * Hobbyboy (Hobbyboy@gateway/shell/panicbnc/x-qvlqhxrufqjwqnwy) Quit (Ping timeout: 260 seconds)
[23:51] * Gathis (~TheBlack@unaffiliated/gathis) Quit (Remote host closed the connection)
[23:51] * phoriwan (phoriwan@gateway/shell/panicbnc/x-qrbqlnmnnyubwgkn) Quit (Ping timeout: 260 seconds)
[23:52] * Valduare_ (~nsstratto@97-94-35-98.static.ftbg.wi.charter.com) has joined #raspberrypi
[23:53] * Valduare (~nsstratto@97-94-35-98.static.ftbg.wi.charter.com) Quit (Ping timeout: 258 seconds)
[23:53] * Valduare_ is now known as Valduare
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