#raspberrypi IRC Log

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IRC Log for 2016-08-06

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[5:03] <Valduare> hows it going
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[5:41] <Goldschlager> Hello
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[5:42] <codepython777> is there a good RFID reader that rpi can talk to?
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[5:42] <Goldschlager> Pretty sure, yes
[5:43] <codepython777> Goldschlager: I'm trying to build my own time accounting system...just want to record when someone comes in and goes out using rfid
[5:44] * Goldschlager codepython777: https://www.adafruit.com/product/365
[5:44] <Goldschlager> adafruit is very helpful
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[5:45] <Goldschlager> https://www.adafruit.com/products/2802
[5:45] <Goldschlager> That would be handy too
[5:46] <codepython777> Goldschlager: that is the transmitter, right? I also need a base + rpi/arduno?
[5:47] <Goldschlager> http://www.mpja.com/RFID_NFC-Reader_Writer-Raspberry-Pi-Arduino-Compatible-Sensor/productinfo/31111+MP/?gclid=Cj0KEQjw8pC9BRCqrq37zZil4a0BEiQAZO_zrHgDDMnIR7HU9G2VGhXWO0q831QW4j8i_0VexZKOJqQaAqkL8P8HAQ
[5:47] <Goldschlager> that last one is
[5:51] <codepython777> Goldschlager: the last one is for arduino
[5:51] <codepython777> is there a usb version that is easy to plug in and will read rfid tags?
[5:51] <Goldschlager> It'll work for both
[5:51] <Goldschlager> ohhh….
[5:52] <Goldschlager> Your looking for more plug and play, eh?
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[5:53] <Goldschlager> codephython777: https://www.sparkfun.com/products/9963 This is probably more up your ally
[5:54] <codepython777> I just saw its video
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[5:57] <Goldschlager> oh. You can get a ardino to pi bridge… But that USB one is probably better for ya
[5:58] <codepython777> Goldschlager: http://cdn1.engineerica.com/public-files/hardware/rfid-keyfob.jpg - is there something like this for rpi?
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[6:00] <Goldschlager> Not that I see off hand
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[6:01] <Goldschlager> I bet you could make it work though
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[6:01] <Goldschlager> Just because it has microsoft stamp doesn't mean it won't work in linux.
[6:02] <Goldschlager> I mean, my mouse has a microsoft stamp on it, windows only, and it works fine
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[6:05] <binaryhermit> microsoft was even selling the raspberry pi
[6:06] <k_sze> I just found out that a good vs a bad SD card can be the difference between a stably running Raspberry Pi and one that crashed randomly.
[6:07] <k_sze> I used a Samsung EVO+ 64 GB vs a Kingston 64 GB class 10 UHS-I
[6:07] <k_sze> The Kingston absolutely sucks.
[6:08] <k_sze> The Pi doesn't exactly crash, but stuff would randomly stop working (e.g. RPi-Cam-Web-Interface)
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[6:14] <[Saint]> k_sze: if you want to see some real improvements there, try overclocking the sdhost to either 80 or 100MHz.
[6:15] <Goldschlager> never thought of that Saint
[6:15] <Goldschlager> Where is that at for the sdhost?
[6:15] <k_sze> in /boot/config.txt, I think?
[6:15] <k_sze> But can the Pi Zero's sdhost be overclocked?
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[6:16] <k_sze> To be honest I don't need it to be fast. I just need it to be stable.
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[6:16] <[Saint]> 'sudo cat dtparam=sd_overclock=100 >> /boot/config.txt' will do it.
[6:16] <[Saint]> and, yes, yes it can be.
[6:16] <Goldschlager> oh, gotcha
[6:16] <k_sze> unless overclocking somehow make it even more stable. :P
[6:17] <[Saint]> it won't make it more stable, but it shouldn't make it less stable if your card already supports UHS access speeds.
[6:17] <[Saint]> The default is 50MHz, you can also specify 80MHz.
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[6:51] <hefnerjunior> hi
[6:51] <hefnerjunior> i am unable to reboot as t says reboot parameter failed and other serious errors? where can i see and post the logs of shutdown,and also startup?
[6:51] <hefnerjunior> is anyone here seeing this?
[6:51] <hefnerjunior> is anyone here seeing this?
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[6:59] <NedScott> ye---he's gone
[6:59] <NedScott> boy, not even 9 minutes
[7:03] <[Saint]> Someone just discovered that the need polkit or to reboot as root from commandline.
[7:03] <[Saint]> god, the error that comes up even does a pretty good job of explaining that.
[7:04] <snowkidind> I guess they need to make raspbian dummy proof, it being the "My first Linux box" to boot
[7:05] <snowkidind> not calling anyone a dummy per se, but I thought some of those policies were a little weird when I forst got my pi
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[7:06] <hefnerjunior> NedScott: i am not gone
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[7:08] <NedScott> oh
[7:08] <NedScott> confusing lines in my log
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[7:10] <hefnerjunior> NedScott: how can i show you the shutdown messages using journalctl>?
[7:10] <NedScott> beats me
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[7:15] <Zeno`> I need to use a hand lens to read these silly capacitors
[7:16] <snowkidind> just get a tester
[7:16] <Zeno`> err I have one
[7:16] <Zeno`> didn't think to use it
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[7:16] <snowkidind> quicker than decoding resistor bands IMO
[7:16] <Zeno`> 'cept it doesn't measure capacitance hehe
[7:17] <Zeno`> snowkidind, it's not decoding the numbers I have trouble with it's reading them lol
[7:17] <Zeno`> they're like 1/10mm tall
[7:17] <snowkidind> un-huh
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[8:40] <Matt-__> morning all
[8:43] <Chillum> yo
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[9:09] <pintman> When I try to use PWM to dim an LED it is flickering every few seconds. Do you have any suggestions for me? The code: https://gist.github.com/pintman/30011f7602cbe59c138f2325560a54a2
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[9:13] <[Saint]> pintman: can you be more specific? You're aware of the way PWM works, I take it?
[9:14] <[Saint]> Like, you're not actually dimming it. You're just flashing it on and off really quickly at full brightness.
[9:14] <ElectroMotive> wanna hear a pi AM transmitter?
[9:15] <ElectroMotive> one that is not PWM
[9:15] <oq> no
[9:16] <pintman> I know the principle of it. When the frequency is big enough it should dimm the led depending on the duty cycle.
[9:16] <ElectroMotive> its HiFi
[9:16] <pintman> This work so far. However the led is flickering from time to time.
[9:16] <[Saint]> It doesn't really "dim" the LED, though.
[9:16] <[Saint]> It's just flashing it really quickly at full brightness so it looks like it is dimmed.
[9:16] <pintman> correct. This is what i mean. :)
[9:17] <pintman> It "seems" to be dimmed.
[9:17] <[Saint]> humans can't really see much past...what, 24~30hz? anything past that appears as a constant. But I realize we're just arguing semantics at this point.
[9:18] <pintman> used different frequencies. 50Hz should be enough. Problem remains however.
[9:18] <Sadale> pintman, maybe your program lags.
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[9:19] <Sadale> pintman, see https://pypi.python.org/pypi/RPi.GPIO
[9:19] <Sadale> pintman, the PWM is implemented with software. If your program lags, then it flickers.
[9:20] <Sadale> pintman, to solve this problem, you need either a library that supports hardware PWM, or ensure that the python process is realtime.
[9:21] <pintman> How do i the second option?
[9:21] <pintman> Is there a real-time mode for python?
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[9:22] <pintman> There was lxpanel process in the background running wild which caused the problem. :)
[9:23] <Sadale> pintman, usually, you run the program with the command "python yourProgram.py", right?
[9:24] <Sadale> pintman, now, instead of using that command, try running the program with this command: sudo chrt -f 99 /bin/bash -c "python yourProgram.py"
[9:25] <pintman> didn't know chrt so far. Thanks, Sadale .
[9:26] <Sadale> pintman, Let me know if that works. thanks :3
[9:26] <pintman> killed the lxpanel process which was running wild. No it works. :)
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[9:26] <Sadale> ah. good :3
[9:27] <[Saint]> FWIW - setting chrt won't necessarily guarantee realtime operation.
[9:27] <[Saint]> It just affects how aggressively it'll try and maintain that.
[9:27] <ElectroMotive> linux is not a real time OS
[9:27] <pintman> Thanks for your fast support guys. :)
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[10:09] <wgm> hello
[10:10] <wgm> is there a canonical way to capture kernel dumps on the rpi?
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[10:22] <[Saint]> kdumps?
[10:23] <[Saint]> not sure if the foundation kernel has the dump flag though.
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[10:23] <[Saint]> Not 100% but I think kdumps requires CONFIG_CRASH_DUMP=y
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[10:31] <tikun> has anyone ever chose to colocate their Rasperry Pi?
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[10:34] <Matt-__> how should i turn off my rpi safely? i usually just unplug it from the wall but that feels a bit unsafe...
[10:34] <tikun> halt -p
[10:34] <tikun> from the command line
[10:34] <tikun> as root or use sudo
[10:35] <tikun> of course
[10:35] <Matt-__> i got xbian installed on it.. so its a media center. how can i access a command line from there? i guess i just gotta search in the settings..?
[10:35] <tikun> do you have putty on your computer?
[10:36] <tikun> I don't know for sure.. but they may be something in the web panel for that
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[10:38] <Matt-__> ill just google it lol
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[10:38] <tikun> that works too
[10:38] <[Saint]> Matt-__: LibreELEC bud.
[10:38] <[Saint]> LibreELEC
[10:38] <[Saint]> and, once more, so we're clear...LibreELEC
[10:39] <[Saint]> I'll even make it real easy, http://forum.kodi.tv/showthread.php?tid=269814
[10:40] <[Saint]> LibreELEC > Xbian
[10:40] <Matt-__> how? xbian has worked well for me
[10:41] <tikun> I'm wondering if there is any demand for colo'ing Raspberry Pi's, I think it'd be cool to fill an entire cabinet with Pi's
[10:41] <[Saint]> In damn near every conceivable way.
[10:41] <Matt-__> thats a lot of ways :)
[10:41] <[Saint]> It is.
[10:41] <mfa298> I've got the simple solution for how to turn the pi off, don't! - Most of mine stay on 24/7
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[10:42] <[Saint]> tikun: with a RO sdcard and PXE boot, I guess it wouldn't be /terrible/.
[10:42] <[Saint]> But, still...yuck.
[10:42] <chithead> a kind of suspend state that almost uses no power would be nice tho'
[10:42] <[Saint]> A single decent server can emulate dozens of ARMv6 instances if you want "virtual" Pis.
[10:42] <[Saint]> Bonus being they won't fall over if someone looks at them the wrong way.
[10:43] <tikun> [Saint], well.. if I were to offer a colo service.. I'd have it so someone would just ship me theirs to install, I'd of course would have sent out the IP address information so that could be all configured before shipping
[10:43] <[Saint]> Colocating a large amount of raspis just sounds like a convoluted recipe for failure.
[10:43] <tikun> how so?
[10:43] <tikun> just curious on opinions
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[10:43] <[Saint]> And like you'd be spending your day re-imaging or plugging sdcards.
[10:43] <[Saint]> or both.
[10:44] <[Saint]> The pi, when removed from a local environment, offers a user nothing interesting.
[10:44] <chithead> didn't they publish the usb boot code? also you can emulate a sd card with a second rpi
[10:44] <Zeno`> colocate?
[10:44] <[Saint]> May as well be a fleet of ARMv6 virtual instances.
[10:44] <tikun> lol
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[10:44] <tikun> good point
[10:44] <giddles> haha i bricked my pi @ updating him to arm v8
[10:44] <giddles> :D
[10:45] <[Saint]> chithead: errrr, what? USB/PXEboot has been announced for an age.
[10:45] <giddles> usb boot? %)
[10:45] <[Saint]> If they didn't publish it, I'd love for you to explain to me how I have PXE boot working. ;)
[10:45] <Zeno`> net boot!
[10:45] <tikun> I'm just trying to find some novelty idea to keep me busy, I could work out a deal with my employer on pricing for colo services and I could then colo them
[10:46] * [Saint] notes this is a convoluted way of saying "you're wrong, and you should feel ashamed"
[10:46] <chithead> [Saint]: announced yes, was quite recent https://www.raspberrypi.org/blog/pi-3-booting-part-i-usb-mass-storage-boot/
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[10:46] <Matt-__> oh well guess i gotta install libreelec
[10:46] <[Saint]> USB and PXE boot being live is definitely a thing.
[10:46] <giddles> whats f. new with this boot per usb?
[10:47] <giddles> rootfs on an usb ... not new
[10:47] <[Saint]> booting from it solely is, though.
[10:48] <chithead> booting without sd card is now possible on rpi3, but not on earlier models
[10:48] <giddles> its funny that i buy a 3 and he still shows me armv7
[10:48] <giddles> :)
[10:48] <chithead> build a 64 bit kernel then :)
[10:49] <[Saint]> There is one.
[10:49] <[Saint]> My my, you /are/ behind the times.
[10:49] <giddles> hmm instead of wifi they should have buildt in a RTC
[10:49] <giddles> :)
[10:49] <[Saint]> 64 bit kernel and 64 bit userspace isn't going to help you with the 32 bit GPU mailbox though.
[10:49] <[Saint]> So, good luck with that.
[10:50] <chithead> also they should have connected the fm receiver pin on the wifi chip. so with the gpio fm transmitter would have created another way to communicate between pis :)
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[10:51] <giddles> cheap cheap cheap blablabla
[10:51] <giddles> in reality a single rpi 3 with transport = 50euro
[10:51] <giddles> supercheap..
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[10:54] <Berg> 53 australian dollars delivered
[10:54] <giddles> so without a new VideoCore we will never face a power rpi?
[10:55] <giddles> and the second problem is: broadcom does not produce any videocores anymore
[10:55] <chithead> I got mine for 40€ shipped
[10:55] <Berg> i have free energgy
[10:55] <Berg> thats 40 quit?
[10:55] <Berg> wow cost a lot
[10:56] <Berg> i think one aussie dollar is 53p
[10:56] <giddles> 40 euro is cheap
[10:56] <Berg> thats euro?
[10:56] <Berg> €
[10:56] <giddles> € = euro ;)
[10:56] <Berg> whats the pound sign
[10:56] <Berg> oooo ok
[10:56] <chithead> £
[10:57] <Berg> ha thanks
[10:57] <Berg> we pay more for everything in ozz
[10:57] <giddles> 1£ = 0,0001euro ?:D
[10:57] <Berg> actualy had to wait weeks for stock delivery was fast
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[10:58] <giddles> well with that new information rpi is dead @ video core development ./
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[10:58] <Berg> so whats the next gen rpi gona be?
[10:58] <wgm> [Saint]: I got kdump-tools installed by manually installing the deps, but trying to boot with a kernel with kdump enabled bricked my rpi
[10:58] <giddles> gonna be same shit :D
[10:59] <giddles> a stillborn child?
[10:59] <Berg> I dont bother with video on the pi i have it controling relays
[10:59] <Zeno`> Berg, what did you order?
[10:59] <giddles> the gpu does more than you think ;)
[11:00] <Berg> also intending to have a motor controller fromn a pi
[11:00] <chithead> if they manage to overcome the 1 gb ram limitation of the vc4, maybe the next bcm2838(?) will use it again. but I am not optimistic there
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[11:00] <Berg> rpi3 i got it already
[11:00] <giddles> 40nm
[11:00] <giddles> ahahaha
[11:00] <giddles> :D
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[11:00] <giddles> fred flintstone
[11:01] <Zeno`> I paid $69AU but it got here in two days
[11:01] <Berg> who needs video when you have a new packet of crayons
[11:01] <Berg> woohooo
[11:01] <giddles> 70 aussie dollar :)
[11:02] <giddles> even my normal desktop cpu is 22nm
[11:02] <Berg> i got min e from element 14 australian site
[11:02] <Berg> 53buckerooos
[11:02] <giddles> 22nm haswell .)
[11:02] <Berg> when stock came in i had it next day
[11:03] <Berg> all them american companies got stocks first before australia i feel repressed
[11:03] <Zeno`> typical!
[11:03] * Berg wanders about crying
[11:04] <Berg> someone in texas tried to log in as me
[11:04] <Berg> bad person from texas
[11:05] <Berg> you had wrong password
[11:05] <Berg> ner ner
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[11:09] <giddles> soo what about future of rpi?
[11:09] <giddles> if boradcom is now korean avago
[11:10] <giddles> ah sorry singapur, not korea
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[11:10] <giddles> no more video core = stuck in the middle with rpi..
[11:11] <mfa298> giddles: at the Pi3 launch Eben did say don't expect anything new for 2-3 years, so I'd guess they're looking at various options (if they don't already have some ideas)
[11:12] <giddles> ah ok
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[11:12] <giddles> sorry im crying ;D
[11:12] <giddles> i want to know such stuff before i buy
[11:12] <mfa298> I'm guessing they might move away from the current VC but that would probably break the current backwards compatability
[11:13] <mfa298> (which isn't necessarily a bad thing to do sometimes)
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[11:14] <giddles> Mali-T628 ;)
[11:14] <giddles> thats what the odroid use but i have no idea @ cirtut
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[11:15] <giddles> videocore seems special @ rpi2
[11:15] <giddles> eh rpi
[11:15] <[Saint]> hardly.
[11:15] <mfa298> I think the original VC+arm6 was from some PVR box, but then the CPU cores have been updated for Pi2/Pi3
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[11:19] <[Saint]> Have any of you stopped and taken a moment to think as to why Google might have an rpi3 repository sitting waiting to be populated in the AOSP repository?
[11:19] <[Saint]> Sure...Rpi is dead. Mhm. Yep.
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[11:22] <chithead> before you buy an odroid, keep in mind that the c1 kernel was stuck at 3.10 for the whole time since release until very recently
[11:22] <chithead> amlogic mainlining effort isn't progressing exactly fast
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[11:22] <mfa298> I'm hoping that a bit more time goes into some of the video drivers, I'm sure there were comments previously about there being options to accelerate various bits
[11:25] <ShorTie> mfa298, haven't you learned not to believe what Eben says ??
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[11:26] <mfa298> ShorTie: I've learned not to believe any timescales he gives, some thigns happen faster than expected, others take much longer
[11:27] <ShorTie> �k�� ��K��
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[11:28] <mfa298> but if we're near the end of the current hardware (and who knows if that's actually true) then some efforts to improve how it's used from software /drivers would be good.
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[11:42] <djhworld> I made this this morning https://twitter.com/djhworld/status/761857338521296896
[11:42] <djhworld> very proud :)
[11:44] <Matt-__> what does it do
[11:45] <SpeedEvil> I'm guessing you press each of the illuminated buttons, and it turns on/off an underground tube line.
[11:48] <djhworld> It queries the TFL API, if a tube line is not "Good Service" it blinks red
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[13:29] <vrmxm> So ironically, I'm having some sort of issue getting audio to work on my Pi
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[14:25] <SopaXorzTaker> http://imgur.com/a/6zYrr
[14:25] <SopaXorzTaker> Hey guys, who wants free Vantablack?!
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[14:30] <SopaXorzTaker> image deleted, sorry
[14:30] <SopaXorzTaker> wasn't fun
[14:32] <vrmxm> Anyone know about audio on Gentoo on the Pi? The Gentoo folks seem asleep or stumped
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[15:07] <Valduare> ahhh coffeee
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[15:12] <knob> Morning Valduare o/
[15:15] <Valduare> had dream last night I built a 3d printer out of old cd rom steppers heh
[15:15] <knob> That's going to be my xMas present.... a 3D printer
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[15:16] <Valduare> lucky :)
[15:17] <knob> Well, I am putting aside some money every month... when xMas comes around, it should be a thing of "the money is there, click buy"
[15:17] <knob> Eager to start playing with it. Already have a nice list of things I want to print out
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[15:18] <Valduare> gearbest.com has a prusia i3 for 133 bucks right now
[15:18] <knob> wow
[15:18] <knob> on my way to check that out!
[15:19] <knob> looks interesting
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[15:19] <Valduare> good kit
[15:19] <Valduare> well recomended model
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[15:22] <Biganon> Hi, is there a way to have a pin be high all the time, even at boot, except when switched to low ?
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[15:24] <Valduare> move the pin to colorado where thats legal Biganon :P
[15:25] <Biganon> :P
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[15:27] <Biganon> or if anyone knows of a 1 channel relay (or 2 channel) that gets triggered on high..
[15:27] <Biganon> and not low like the sainsmart ones
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[15:29] <Biganon> https://www.sunfounder.com/sunfounder-relay-module-for-arduino-and-raspberry-pi-5v-dc-trigger-by-highlo-high-trigger.html
[15:29] <Biganon> there's this
[15:30] <Valduare> whats your project
[15:30] <Biganon> activating the button on my intercom
[15:31] <mfa298> Valduare: the quality on some of those cheap kits can be a bit variable, I got a prusia i3 kit a while ago and had nothing but problems so far.
[15:31] <mfa298> my next step is probably flashing a new firmware onto it.
[15:32] <Valduare> aye i’d just use the kit as a basis
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[15:32] <Valduare> aliexpress has a delta printer for 200 bucks :)
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[15:52] <frag> plop all*
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[16:40] <Valduare> need a fun project for today for a raspberry pi zero
[16:40] <Valduare> any suggestions?
[16:42] <Chillum> make your toaster e-mail you when it is ready
[16:42] <Valduare> I dont have a toaster :P
[16:42] <Chillum> damn
[16:42] <Chillum> overclock it and make it become a toaster!
[16:44] <Valduare> heh
[16:44] <kerio> anything is a toaster if you provide enough voltage
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[16:45] <Chillum> I am currently working on a portable thermal printer
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[16:45] <Chillum> I find the pi fits the back of the "nano" sized thermal print perfectly
[16:45] <Chillum> going to make a battery pack too
[16:45] <Chillum> the pi zero that is
[16:45] <Valduare> I have a box full of thermal printers
[16:46] <Chillum> make a fortune telling machine
[16:46] <Valduare> about 13 or so
[16:46] <Chillum> use the linux "fortune" command
[16:46] <Valduare> ya but then i’d have to setup a credit card swiper and authorize net account to charge people 50 bucks per fortune
[16:47] <Chillum> just have it take bitcoins, easy to print out a QR code
[16:47] <Valduare> not a fan of bitcoins :)
[16:48] <Chillum> I am
[16:48] <Chillum> considering I bought some at $20 and now they are > $500
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[16:48] <Chillum> I am not a fan of dollars
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[17:10] <hypermist> Chillum, i also *had* bitcoin
[17:10] <hypermist> but im running low now xD
[17:10] <Chillum> so many tempting things to spend it on
[17:11] <hypermist> i spent mine on 3d printer parts xD
[17:11] <hypermist> and 1$ per month vps bill
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[17:17] <grandpa> https://www.etsy.com/shop/CircuitBreakerLabs
[17:18] <grandpa> i had a dream that i got 1 bitcoin per [something really easy]
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[17:31] <Zeno`> hi grandpa
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[17:33] <BluesKaj-pi> Zeno`, who me ?
[17:33] <Zeno`> if you like :)
[17:34] <BluesKaj-pi> welll, youŕe right, I have 5 grandkids :-)
[17:34] <Zeno`> nice
[17:35] <BluesKaj-pi> must be something I said
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[17:36] <Smeef> Are there any cheaper alternatives to the PowerBoost 1000 C, that does smart LiPo charging, and load sharing, and most importantly can be used as a UPS?
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[17:51] <patrask> are the raspbian images built by the foundation gpg signed?
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[18:02] <Encrypt> patrask, There are checksums
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[18:06] <Encrypt> patrask,
[18:06] <Encrypt> https://www.raspberrypi.org/downloads/raspbian/
[18:07] <Encrypt> SHA-1 for Raspbian Jessie: https://www.raspberrypi.org/downloads/raspbian/
[18:07] <Encrypt> 64c7ed611929ea5178fbb69b5a5f29cc9cc7c157
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[18:11] <kerio> sha1 in 2016, nice
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[18:13] <patrask> Encrypt: so... all an attacker has to do is to simply replace the sha1sum while he's replacing the .img? :)
[18:13] <Encrypt> Yeah...
[18:14] <Matt-__>
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[18:16] <mfa298> I think those checksums are probably more about being able to verify the download was good rather than that they've not been tampered with
[18:18] <grandpa> yay usb boot
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[18:18] <grandpa> hi zeno
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[18:25] <brianx> so, the PXE and USB boot instructions all refer to programming OTP memory. is it correct to infer that this is not reversible, once you set your pi 3b to PXE boot or USB boot, you can never again boot off the SD card?
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[18:26] <gordonDrogon> good time of day, Pi pips..
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[18:39] <Zeno`> hi gordonDrogon
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[18:43] <Zeno`> I had to fix 4 warnings in wiringPi.c
[18:43] <Zeno`> (not that they meant much but I hate warnings)
[18:43] <kerio> brianx: can't you boot a usb root or a remote root with a specially crafted microsd?
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[18:44] <brianx> kerio: yes. there is berryboot and plain boot with usb root.
[18:44] <stiv> fixing warnings is good.
[18:44] <Zeno`> e.g. I replaced if ((int32_t)gpio == -1) with if (gpio == MAP_FAILED) (same with pwm, clk and pads)
[18:44] <brianx> but that had always been done without changing program_usb_boot_mode=1 to set the OTP memory.
[18:45] <stiv> getting rid of magic numbers is good too!
[18:45] <brianx> kerio: my question is about how it will react *after* that bit is set and if there is any way to unset it once set.
[18:46] <Zeno`> http://dpaste.com/1FENKW3
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[18:49] <brianx> kerio: on other words once OTP byte 17 bit 29 is set, can the pi 3b ever boot off sd card again? also, can this OTP bit be unset or is it really One Time Programmable as the name implies. I've seen many "fuses" implemented as flash or eeprom in other products but don't know how it is implemented in the Pi 3b.
[18:51] <stiv> does the pi boot from a list of device? and in what order?
[18:52] <gordonDrogon> I don't get warnings when I compile - I even have -Wextra now ...
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[18:52] <Zeno`> gordonDrogon, maybe a different compiler version
[18:52] <brianx> stiv: the docs are poorly written but here: https://github.com/raspberrypi/documentation/blob/master/hardware/raspberrypi/bootmodes/net_tutorial.md
[18:52] <Zeno`> gcc version 5.3.1
[18:52] <brianx> stiv: and here: https://github.com/raspberrypi/documentation/blob/11b662063496857dc16f056782f31d74a345465f/hardware/raspberrypi/bootmodes/Readme.md
[18:52] <gordonDrogon> it's still 4.x.y on Jessie.
[18:53] <Zeno`> yeah I am not using jessie now
[18:54] <stiv> brianx, klik
[18:54] <Zeno`> but the changes are compliant with the man page anyway; alternatively if (gpio == (void *)-1) would be acceptable
[18:54] <Zeno`> but maybe less readable
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[18:54] <gordonDrogon> changing it now. have to make sure it's backward compatible with wheezy.
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[18:56] <gordonDrogon> seems ok.
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[19:00] <Zeno`> can't see why it wouldn't be :)
[19:00] <gordonDrogon> who knows. good to check though.
[19:00] <Zeno`> for sure
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[19:03] <stiv> brianx, looks like the order is sd card, then usb
[19:03] <brianx> stiv: yeah. then pxe
[19:06] <brianx> stiv: still no indication if the "OTP memory" is really implemented as fuses or as flash/eeprom.
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[19:08] <stiv> everything i've seen says OTP means one time programming. which suggests fuses
[19:11] <brianx> stiv: i've seen many official raspberry people use "OTP", and many non official people use "one time programmable", but have never seen anyone official use "one time programmable". many other chips that i work with also use term "otp" and "fuse" but really implement the hardware using flash or eeprom.
[19:11] <brianx> for example Pic microchip "fuses" can be set and unset at will.
[19:12] <gordonDrogon> OTP is cheaper to implement than fuses or other NVRAM.
[19:12] <gordonDrogon> the overclock/overvolt warranty bit is in OTP memory.
[19:13] <brianx> gordonDrogon: agreed. but many Pic chips with flash/eeprom "fuses" are under 50 cents US each.
[19:13] <SopaXorzTaker> https://cdn-shop.adafruit.com/product-files/2885/BCM2835Datasheet.pdf
[19:13] <SopaXorzTaker> racist
[19:13] <gordonDrogon> I do think it's somewhat odd myself.
[19:14] <SopaXorzTaker> it shouldn't use "master" and "slave"
[19:14] <SopaXorzTaker> "leader" and "follower" FTW
[19:14] <SopaXorzTaker> I feel offended
[19:14] <brianx> so cost to implement flash/eeprom fuses can't be all that expensive. the overclock/overvolt warranty bit is a good reason to hide the implementation information.
[19:15] <Zeno`> I don't think they actually void your warranty anymore
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[19:15] <brianx> SopaXorzTaker: maybe it's kinky and not racist or otherwise politically incorrect.
[19:15] <SopaXorzTaker> End SPI slavery (R)
[19:15] <SopaXorzTaker> The followers want to generate the clock too!
[19:16] <Zeno`> what would happen to MISO and MOSI? :`-(
[19:16] <brianx> Poor MISO.
[19:16] <Zeno`> miso soup is awesome btw
[19:16] <brianx> i've never liked MOSI very much though.
[19:17] <grandpa> triggerd
[19:17] <brianx> grandpa: Red.
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[19:19] <Zeno`> SopaXorzTaker, btw... how is "slave" racist? :)
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[19:20] <grandpa> duh duh duuuuuh
[19:20] <Zeno`> perhaps they could use the word serf
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[19:20] <Zeno`> but race really isn't applicable to either word intrinsically
[19:21] <stiv> such silliness
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[19:22] <SopaXorzTaker> Zeno`, google "master slave leader follower"
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[19:22] <grandpa> coffee beans... oops im racist
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[19:23] <stiv> my car is racist because it has a master cylinder. hydraulic oppression!
[19:23] <grandpa> =o
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[19:25] <consolejazz> Curious if anyone's running X2go server on their Raspbian Pi
[19:25] <consolejazz> What do most people use for a remote desktop system/server on the pi? VNC?
[19:25] <brianx> really funny grandpa. even more funny that your nick color in my client happens to be brown.
[19:25] <grandpa> ..but first you must acquire a taste for..free form jazz
[19:26] <grandpa> =o
[19:26] <grandpa> irc client is racist
[19:26] <brianx> grandpa: only against you. everyone else has other colors.
[19:26] <stiv> consolejazz, tightvnc has worked for me
[19:27] <brianx> consolejazz: +1 for vnc/tightvnc.
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[19:27] <consolejazz> Excellent. Thanks guys
[19:27] <consolejazz> Hoping it's available in standard apt repo
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[19:28] <grandpa> hm
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[19:28] <grandpa> so offended
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[19:29] <brianx> grandpa: /part and /join then. the color will change.
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[19:30] <curlyears> Heigh Hough, you loosers and hooligans!!!!!!
[19:30] <curlyears> :p
[19:31] <Zeno`> but with SPI both the master and the slave belong to the same race (they're both SPIians)
[19:31] <Zeno`> so, no racism
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[19:31] <grandpa> :)
[19:31] <brianx> welcome back green grandpa.
[19:32] <grandpa> ;o
[19:32] <brianx> lol
[19:32] <grandpa> its not easy being green
[19:32] <brianx> mrs piggy likes it.
[19:32] <Zeno`> MISS piggy thank you very much
[19:32] <curlyears> grandpa: all I have to do when I want to be green ia eat some really dicey meat
[19:33] <brianx> ahh, i stand corrected.
[19:33] <curlyears> s/ia/is/
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[19:33] <grandpa> ;p
[19:35] <gordonDrogon> I understand Miss Piggy and the green dude are no-longer an item ...
[19:35] <brianx> sadness
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[19:36] <consolejazz> stiv, brianx: any experience with the Vino remote desktop system?
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[19:36] <ShorTie> Kermit
[19:36] <Jusii> yeah xmodem replaced it years ago
[19:36] <grandpa> muppet babies
[19:36] <brianx> consolejazz: limited, but yes. i ended up dumping it for another vnc.
[19:36] <stiv> kermit the protocol or kermit the muppet?
[19:37] <brianx> consolejazz: i'm probably not a great resource, i did this all a long time ago and don't remember much.
[19:39] <consolejazz> brianx: dumping it for TIghtVNC in particular, right?
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[19:43] <brianx> consolejazz: i can't seem to locate which package. the command i'm using is vncviewer the host i connect to uses x11vnc
[19:43] <grandpa> tightvnc provides vncview, iirc
[19:44] <grandpa> tightvnc provides vncviewer, iirc
[19:44] <grandpa> \
[19:44] <brianx> looks like i dumped the vnc server that ran on my old pi and i'm only going the other direction these days.
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[19:46] <brianx> xtightvncviewer is the package on my pi3
[19:46] <brianx> x11vnc is the package on the host.
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[19:48] <consolejazz> grandpa: ah, x11vnc for the server right
[19:49] <consolejazz> er, brianx too :)
[19:51] <vrmxm> The Muppet Protocol
[19:52] <vrmxm> A new novel from John Grisham
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[19:58] <BluesKaj-pi> my nick is properly registered and my other nicks are rgisstered and in my nick group, so why am I not identified with services ?
[19:59] <BluesKaj-pi> with this chat , all the other chats in my chatlist are fine
[20:00] <stiv> BluesKaj-pi, what happens when you do: /msg NickServ identify <password>
[20:00] <Mr_Sheesh> Uhm stiv - You may want to change your password now...
[20:00] <hypermist> was that an automated response
[20:00] <hypermist> xD/
[20:00] <stiv> why is that?
[20:00] <hypermist> bloop /msg NickServ identify <password>
[20:00] <Mr_Sheesh> Uhm hypermist - You may want to change your password now...
[20:01] <BluesKaj-pi> st aleady did that to make this new nick part of my group
[20:01] <hypermist> automated response
[20:01] <hypermist> :D
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[20:02] <BluesKaj-pi> stiv, ^
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[20:10] <BluesKaj-pi> nope services says Iḿ not registered to join this this channel , but the next line in the server says ¨ unaffiliated/blueskaj :is now your hidden host (set by services.)
[20:11] <BluesKaj-pi> something to do with timing there ...strange
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[20:12] <jason123> hello all, anyone skilled with current versions of alsa.conf around?
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[20:12] <BluesKaj-pi> jason123, that depends
[20:13] <BluesKaj-pi> using pulseaudio?
[20:13] <stiv> BluesKaj-pi, your client is trying to join channels before it has identified
[20:14] <MichaelOF> hi all. since I've enabled IPv6 on my router, I'm not able to "apt-get install" anything anymore ( 404 Not Found [IP: 2001:41c9:1:3ce::11 80] ). Known Issue?
[20:14] <jason123> completely unsure
[20:15] <jason123> im trying to get a usb mic to work
[20:15] <jason123> all the tutorials I've found reference updating options in alsa-base.conf
[20:15] <jason123> which I realize has become alsa.conf
[20:15] <BluesKaj-pi> stiv, it joins 5 other channels before it joins this one
[20:15] <jason123> however there are no longer options present to edit
[20:15] <jason123> my goal is to just get it listening to sound so I can utilize the Web Speech recognition API in chromium
[20:15] <Qatz> Yeah the ipv6 rasbian servers don't seem to work
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[20:16] <BluesKaj-pi> jason123, have you checked alsamixer to see if your mic is setup there?
[20:16] <jason123> yah it shows up as a soundcard, albeit not default
[20:17] <jason123> however attempting to record, nothing happens
[20:18] <jason123> hardware works, tested it on my mac
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[20:19] <jason123> this tutorial
[20:19] <jason123> https://kazuar.github.io/raspberry_pi_voice_recognition/
[20:19] <MichaelOF> Qatz: so disable ipv6 during/for apt-gets?
[20:19] <jason123> references the need to set options in the alsa-base.conf file
[20:19] <jason123> however there are no longer options parameters in alsa.conf
[20:19] <jason123> was wondering if anyone knows if they've been relocated
[20:19] <jason123> or maybe its just built completely differently now
[20:20] <BluesKaj-pi> usb mic, correct? does lsusb list it ?
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[20:23] <jason123> yeah, usb mic, lsusb and arecord -l both list it
[20:23] <jason123> I tried setting the usb soundcard to default in the Rpi GUI, but it never accepts it
[20:24] <jason123> just resets right back to default onboard
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[20:24] <jason123> adding to the fun, I've edited ~/.asoundrc to try to force to card 1 (usb)
[20:24] <jason123> and that entire file seems to reset on reboot
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[20:25] <BluesKaj-pi> ok letś work from there, no need for it to be default, just that itś listed in the alsamixer in the terminal as a mic or usb device and has a volume ctl
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[20:29] <jason123> dumb question, but do the numbers/letters after ID = my card name?
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[20:32] <BluesKaj-pi> jason123, your default soundcard is probly bcmXXX , X being numbes
[20:32] <BluesKaj-pi> numbers even
[20:32] <jason123> yeah thats the default
[20:34] <jason123> alas, no dice
[20:34] <BluesKaj-pi> is there another volume ctl besides the hdmi/PCM ?
[20:34] <jason123> I was just adding a pcm.usb and specifying my card as 0d8c:013c
[20:36] <BluesKaj-pi> mics are analog so pcm won work for it
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[20:39] <BluesKaj-pi> the sound is converted to digital in the soundcard afaik ....
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[20:43] <jason123> I get a volume control in the gui when I switch to the usb soundcard
[20:43] <jason123> @BluesKah-pi honestly Im not sure
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[20:46] <BluesKaj-pi> good, now make sure no M in the box on the bottom of the vol ctl , should be 00
[20:47] <jason123> in alsa mixer or the rpi gui?
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[20:48] <BluesKaj-pi> alsamixer
[20:48] <jason123> neither has an M, the gui has a red recording circle
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[20:48] <jason123> alsamixer has the word Mic at the very bottom in a blue bar under the sound control
[20:49] <BluesKaj-pi> yup
[20:50] <BluesKaj-pi> thatś the mic audio output make sue itś turned up past 80%
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[20:53] <jason123> omg
[20:53] <BluesKaj-pi> jason123, do F4 and F5 show any audio input ctls
[20:53] <jason123> SpeechRecognitionResult
[20:53] <jason123> it just registered
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[20:54] <BluesKaj-pi> good
[20:55] <jason123> thank you for your patience and assistance
[20:56] <BluesKaj-pi> glad to help
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[21:00] <jason123> freenode client crapped out on me
[21:01] <jason123> thank you @BluesKaj-pi for your patience :)
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[21:01] <jason123> I can finally get back to writing code for this project, which is infinitely more fun for me than dealing with hardware crap
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[21:54] <swoc> Hi! Has someone used a raspberry pi with some kind of nfc reader?
[21:59] <DaQatz> I saw someone who did a pi "miniature NES" that used NFC in fake NES carts to run the games
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[22:29] <pksato> Is not ok, my rpi1 rebooting. :P
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[22:45] <Firehopper> anyone good getting a xbox one controller working on a rpi 3?
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[22:55] <szwetsloot> Hello everyone. I am having an issue with my pi 3b. I had a touchscreen connected to it using 5 pins. Now for my final design I made a connection PCB and to increase simplicity I changed those 5 pins for 5 other GPIO pins, but now the touchscreen does not work anymore.
[22:55] <Firehopper> anyone around?
[22:55] <szwetsloot> Does anyone know if pin 5,6,7,8 and 12 have any special function?
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[23:07] <curlyears> what is a decent Spice for use under linux?
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[23:09] <curlyears> ?? anyone awake in here?
[23:09] <oq> half awake
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[23:10] <ozzzy_> howdy
[23:12] <curlyears> what version of spice can I get for linux (or any other good modern electronnics simulator system)?
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[23:28] <pksato> testing this hdmi to vga converter http://i.imgur.com/YnQoUmg.jpg
[23:29] <oq> I have one of those (not the same make), they work well
[23:32] <pksato> Yes, working, on RPI1 and RPI2, with audio.
[23:32] <Firehopper> anyone good with getting a xbox one controller working with a rpi 3?
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[23:36] <pksato> One issue, is audio jack. Not make gnd not make good contact.
[23:38] <ozzzy_> I broke the audio jack out to a 3.5mm stereo
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[23:44] * Firehopper grumbles. the rpi see's the controller but the joystick test program sees it but doesnt get any inputs from it at all..
[23:44] <Firehopper> not sure what is wrong
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[23:57] <[Saint]> pksato: ozzzy_: Why wouldn't you just force audio out of the onboard 3.5mm jack?
[23:59] <ozzzy_> I didn't have a 4-pole plug
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