#raspberrypi IRC Log

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IRC Log for 2016-08-11

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[0:09] <chris_99> Has anyone seen a cheapo DAC module, that accepts 3.3V input, but can produce 5V+ output (so basically separate rails for analog and digital)
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[0:17] <vrmxm> I dunno about the electronics, but try the UCA202?
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[0:22] <chris_99> cheers, i'm looking for more of something like an i2c/spi chip though
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[1:31] <patrask> are there any plans to ship a fix for CVE-2016-5696 in the branch maintained by the foundation?
[1:31] <patrask> https://access.redhat.com/security/cve/cve-2016-5696
[1:31] <patrask> http://arstechnica.com/security/2016/08/linux-bug-leaves-usa-today-other-top-sites-vulnerable-to-serious-hijacking-attacks/
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[1:34] <Chunkyz> Hi
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[1:35] <HtheB> any hardware gurus here?
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[1:37] <Valduare> nuts and bolts? hinges?
[1:37] <Valduare> whats your question? :)
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[1:46] <HtheB> Valduare: I wanted to know if I could change a ram (chip) with a heatgun
[1:46] <HtheB> to upgrade the ram
[1:46] <ali1234> no
[1:46] <HtheB> but I think I just find out that the balls are different :(
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[1:46] <HtheB> (soldering points)
[1:47] <binaryhermit> HtheB: plus, the chips based on Videocore 4 only support 1 GB of RAM
[1:47] <HtheB> not to mention that the size of the chip is different as well
[1:47] <HtheB> binaryhermit: it's not for the pi though
[1:48] <binaryhermit> oh
[1:48] <Valduare> you can upgrade ram chips on some routers :)
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[1:48] <Valduare> but the pi is limited to what the soc can support
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[1:49] <HtheB> yeah
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[1:49] <HtheB> binaryhermit: it was for the GPD Win
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[2:03] <VictoriaGo> .
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[2:03] <HtheB> ,
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[2:40] * `` is now known as ````
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[2:46] <IT_Sean> was that necessary?
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[3:54] <[Saint]> Berg: Assuming you used the internelly supplied wireless, it's hard to imagine what you expected.
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[3:55] <[Saint]> In my tests it is almost entirely unusable when faced with common every day things one might find in a house, like...walls, and stuff.
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[3:55] <[Saint]> Woe betide you if you live in a reinforced concrete structure.
[3:56] <Berg> [Saint]: I dont know that i should answer you as im have had to ignore most everything you say and i suspect you are setting me up again to troll so please dont
[3:56] <[Saint]> Berg: No, I'm not. I'm saying "bad wireless is bad".
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[3:57] <[Saint]> For use as an AP you'd want to use a USB wireless dongle with an external antenna.
[3:57] <[Saint]> Not a tiny wee IC based solution, ala Rpi 3.
[3:58] <[Saint]> But using USB wireless presents its own difficulties.
[3:58] <[Saint]> You'd get range, and lose throughput.
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[4:01] <[Saint]> Pi 3 internal wireless can only /just/ barely maintain a usable connection from one end of my house to the other. If I go outside, ...well.
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[4:02] <[Saint]> $5 USB dongle saturates the whole property fairly effectively.
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[4:41] <jgar0605> Hi
[4:41] <Berg> hello
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[5:00] <jgar0605> working with pylirc and i've got everything configured properly and working (can control my terminal with peel smart remote from my phone) and the python code (http://pastebin.com/vvC4QANk) is working (not throwing any errors) except pylirc's function 'nextcode' does not output anything useful except "^[[26~" when i press the volume down key on the remote
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[5:44] <I440r> just found out that my raspberry pi 2 has both the sdiv and udiv opcodes but i thought the pi2 was an armv7-a and the documentation i have says sdiv and udiv are undefined for the v7-a
[5:44] <I440r> so is my pi2 a v7-r or a v7-m ?
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[5:48] <JustAnotherIdiot> what's the safest and easiest way to control a power outlet?
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[5:48] <JustAnotherIdiot> using a raspberry pi
[5:48] <[Saint]> optocoupled relay.
[5:49] <[Saint]> (using actual drive line isolation)
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[5:49] <oq> safest would be buying one of those prebuilt rf control products
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[5:50] <[Saint]> that's a fairly dangerous statement.
[5:50] <[Saint]> there's a lot of those generic devices that are inherently unsafe.
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[5:51] <JustAnotherIdiot> well I don't want to kill myself
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[5:51] <JustAnotherIdiot> and I'm not an expert in electronics
[5:51] <[Saint]> then you probably want an optocoupled relay with an isolated drive line.
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[5:52] <[Saint]> feed it its own 5V supply for full isolation and then poke at it to your heart's content via GPIO.
[5:52] <giddles> ah mr [Saint]
[5:52] <JustAnotherIdiot> I wanted the raspberry to detect when the internet fucks up and reboot the modem and router
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[5:52] <giddles> werent you the guy who recommended an xu4 for suvelliance? :)
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[5:53] <oq> JustAnotherIdiot: https://www.raspberrypi.org/blog/controlling-electrical-sockets-with-energenie-pi-mote/
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[5:53] <[Saint]> I have recommend the XU4 in a wide variety of situations, why?
[5:53] * [Saint] waits for asinine refutation
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[5:53] <giddles> ya mr dreamon wont listen to me
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[5:54] <giddles> maybe you can reach his mind ;)
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[5:55] <giddles> i got my xu4 and its so fast ;) ... its boring that i only use him as server
[5:55] <[Saint]> I guess it depends on what precisely you want to do with it. If you're not doing anything that revolves around pushing around truckloads of bits over the device or network, Pi should be largely fine for most people.
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[5:56] <[Saint]> If you are, though...it won't be.
[5:56] <giddles> well lets talk for real, the rpi is limited to the videocorechip which boardcom no longer produces
[5:56] <giddles> no 2gb ram, no usb 3.0
[5:56] <giddles> rpi is quite "limited"
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[5:56] <giddles> ah sorry no longer develops
[5:56] <giddles> not produces
[5:56] <giddles> !
[5:56] <[Saint]> a boards use is not defined by its addressable RAM alone.
[5:57] <giddles> jaja but now i agree on your opinion
[5:57] <giddles> :)
[5:57] <[Saint]> All 2GB RAM means for me on XU4 is that I'm not using 95% of it.
[5:57] <giddles> super fast octa core stuff nano stuff
[5:58] <[Saint]> And honestly I don't really think continued GPU support really means anything going forward for Rpi.
[5:58] <[Saint]> It is only people trying to turn the pi into something it was never intended to be who'll care about that.
[5:58] <I440r> life in here and nobody answered my question lol
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[5:58] <I440r> :/
[5:58] <[Saint]> I440r: welcome to IRC.
[5:58] <I440r> no chit lol
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[6:00] <[Saint]> As a cheap educational device the raspi does precisely what it set out to do. I think.
[6:00] <I440r> and more
[6:00] <[Saint]> Oh, yes, certainly.
[6:01] <[Saint]> It isn't a replacement for your desktop or laptop though, as many people seem to continually try and make it.
[6:01] <[Saint]> And then seem to get irrational about the clear and known limitations.
[6:01] <giddles> well
[6:01] <giddles> rpi isnt so cheap
[6:01] <giddles> and with parts you come near to an xu4
[6:01] <[Saint]> It is absurdly cheap.
[6:02] <I440r> xu4?
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[6:02] <[Saint]> SBC from Hardkernel
[6:02] <I440r> cant wait for proper 64 bit support on the pi3
[6:02] <I440r> might get one then
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[6:03] <I440r> but then ill have to learn arm64 asm and rewrite my forth compiler (AGAIN) lol
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[6:04] <[Saint]> I440r: what is it presicely that you think 64 bit support will bring?
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[6:05] <[Saint]> There's already a 64bit kernel and userspace available, and has been for quite a while, it doesn't change the fact that the GPU itself only speaks 32bit, though.
[6:07] <[Saint]> I honestly can't think of a single interesting aspect that full 64bit support would bring, other than saying "yay, this exists".
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[6:07] <I440r> a platform where i can learn 64 bit arm assembly
[6:08] <[Saint]> you can do this already. there's been a 64bit kernel and userspace available for Ubuntu for months.
[6:08] <I440r> i dont use debian based distributions :P~
[6:08] <[Saint]> Sucks to be you then. ;)
[6:08] <I440r> userspace runs in 64 bit too?
[6:09] <[Saint]> yes, with the aforementioned GPU caveat. So, you're doin' it headless/cli or not at all.
[6:09] <giddles> but rlly thanks [Saint], your hint imporved my network ;)
[6:09] <[Saint]> giddles: having a gigabit controller and USB3 makes a lot of difference indeed.
[6:10] <giddles> also software executes munch more smooth now
[6:10] <[Saint]> especially now that USB3 storage is widely accessible and absurdly cheap.
[6:10] <I440r> actually my pi2 has NO gui installed and never will
[6:11] <I440r> oh that reminds me. if im never going to use X on this pi2 what memory split should i give it?
[6:11] <[Saint]> depends very highly on the use case. just "use X" is pretty vague.
[6:12] <I440r> no gui at all
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[6:12] <I440r> only reason theres even a monitor attached is so i can see the boot process
[6:12] <I440r> when i reboot it
[6:12] <giddles> ah btw heartbleed function
[6:12] <I440r> everything else is done over an ssh (and with sshfs)
[6:12] <[Saint]> it's also not the only use case that cares about memory split.
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[6:12] <giddles> must i sudo modprobe anything to activate it?
[6:13] <[Saint]> hw decoding/transcode, for instance.
[6:13] <I440r> which does what/
[6:13] <I440r> ?
[6:13] <giddles> the arm cpu is just a 5th wheel when a rpi boot
[6:13] <giddles> :)
[6:14] <giddles> the videocore is the stuff which manage it all
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[6:14] <I440r> the only vido this pi2 does is console text output
[6:14] <giddles> hehe ehm man
[6:15] <giddles> enlagre your horizon
[6:15] <giddles> https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/236x/8d/cc/50/8dcc50c9be595ad54c54544644b4a237.jpg
[6:15] <I440r> all i use this for is to develop my arm forth compiler
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[6:18] <I440r> so what memory split ?
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[7:59] <grandpa> whered my tacos go?!
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[8:18] <jcjordyn120> go join #thelinuxgeekcommunity
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[8:33] <swift110-phone> hey
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[8:34] <[Saint]> hey, RaTTuS|BIG - you around?
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[8:35] <[Saint]> I'm bouncing off someone's annoying wildcarding in a ban in this channel.
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[8:35] <[Saint]> It would be just peachy if that were to...not happen.
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[8:38] <swift110-phone> hmm
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[9:01] <daey> [Saint]: it would likely help if you were to post the problematic wildcard entry~
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[9:03] <[Saint]> Why, so someone who isn't a moderator or a moderator available to assist can say "Ohhhh, nice, well...hang in there bud"?
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[9:09] <Mokal> Anyone running osmc with it's own samba addo-on?
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[9:20] <swift110-phone> no
[9:20] <swift110-phone> so do u guys use kodi instead of vlc or omxplayer
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[9:24] <swift110-phone> ?
[9:24] <Zeno`> I don't use any of them
[9:25] <Zeno`> But Kodi does seem to come up fairly often as a topic
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[9:26] <swift110-phone> ok can someone who does use it answer me?
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[9:27] <swift110-phone> I may end up using my pi3 to watch shows instead of laptops at night
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[9:30] <Zeno`> what is your opinion on Kodi vs VLC?
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[9:31] <swift110-phone> well i am more familiar with vlc
[9:31] <swift110-phone> kodi is some thing i keep hearing about
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[9:33] <Zeno`> I keep hearing about it as well. Maybe I should give it a whirl
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[9:33] <[Saint]> Zeno`: it's like comparing apples and oranges really, it's just that both of those fruit in this context happen to play video and audio.
[9:34] <swift110-phone> yes
[9:34] <[Saint]> Zeno`: depending on your use case you may not want Kodi directly at all.
[9:35] <[Saint]> If you have the ability to switch out sdcards easily, I would go for the Kodi-in-a-distribution route.
[9:35] <[Saint]> LibreELEC and friends, etc.
[9:36] <[Saint]> Kodi runs a lot better when it isn't running on top of whatever other bloaty OS you've got going on.
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[9:36] <Zeno`> [Saint], so it's in some ways like vim vs. emacs?
[9:37] <[Saint]> Eh. Kinda. Kodi is very extensible, for one.
[9:37] <swift110-phone> yes
[9:37] <[Saint]> VLC is what it is.
[9:38] <[Saint]> Kodi is what it is but also allows you to add a veritable treasure trove of third and first party resources to it.
[9:38] <[Saint]> Arguably VLC allows this too, but...
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[9:39] <swift110-phone> but what
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[12:14] <ChunkzZ> pwillard, dietpi IS a great OS. can customize the crap out of it. I love it.
[12:14] <ChunkzZ> sorry, only just saw that.
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[12:29] <WadeWatts> hm do i need to buy passive cooling for the rasp3 is i am planning to make it a emulation station?
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[12:29] <ChunkzZ> WadeWatts, if you want to, yes.
[12:29] <WadeWatts> or is it only needed when overclocking?
[12:30] <WadeWatts> well i dont want to. i wonder if i have to :)
[12:30] <ChunkzZ> you don't have have to do anything. it's UP TO YOU.
[12:30] <WadeWatts> ya well i dont want to break it
[12:31] <ChunkzZ> it'll take a lot to break a pi.
[12:31] <ChunkzZ> a cooler would be ideal though. if you're putting it through a lot of strain.
[12:32] <WadeWatts> well than i guess i go get a "cooling ready" case
[12:32] <ChunkzZ> yea
[12:32] <WadeWatts> hm if you sum up the costs it not that cheap anymore
[12:33] <ChunkzZ> indeed. like everything....:P
[12:33] <DoctorD90> hi guys. Anyone can suggest me a touch screen that fits raspberry pi zero?
[12:33] <ChunkzZ> DoctorD90, doubt it but gl.
[12:33] <DoctorD90> gl means?
[12:33] <mfa298> WadeWatts: the pi will be safe whether you have a heatsink or not as it throttles it's max speed to stay within a safe temerature range.
[12:34] <mfa298> a heatsink will let it get rid of the heat a bit faster, thus meaning it will throttle less
[12:34] <Habbie> DoctorD90, gl means good luck
[12:34] <DoctorD90> oh...thx
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[12:36] <WadeWatts> mfa298: nice
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[12:36] <WadeWatts> mfa298: thanks
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[12:51] <ScrumpyJack> just about to start looking at python modules for the RPi. should i use RPi.GPIO or gpiozero or both?
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[12:54] * ShorTie Thinkz, I'd use wiringPi
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[12:58] <Zeno`> ShorTie, source for wiringPi only seems to be updated when there is a bump in the version number
[12:59] <Zeno`> which is kind of strange for OSS imp
[12:59] <Zeno`> imo*
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[13:01] <ShorTie> sources are updated when ever needed, gordonDrogon keeps on top of it
[13:01] <Zeno`> maybe
[13:01] <WadeWatts> NOO I FORGOT THE HDMI CABLE
[13:01] <WadeWatts> WHY LORD WHY
[13:01] <Zeno`> WadeWatts, just ssh
[13:02] <Zeno`> no need for silly monitors and stuff
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[13:02] <WadeWatts> so noobs raspian
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[13:02] <WadeWatts> raspbian
[13:02] <WadeWatts> findout ip and sshd is preinstalled?
[13:02] <Zeno`> should be
[13:02] <WadeWatts> sounds reasonable
[13:03] <Zeno`> you can find out the ip in other ways though (sshd is installed by default for sure)
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[13:07] <WadeWatts> wow samsung SD cards are lightning fast
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[13:16] <WadeWatts> meh times have changed. unboxing the new pi3 is like unboxing my first he-man figure back in the 9ties
[13:16] <WadeWatts> 90
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[13:20] <pwillard> ChunkzZ: Yes, this is what I'm finding out as well... and dietpi nice middle ground between raspbian FULL and Raspbian Lite editions.
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[13:21] <pwillard> and allows me to use my stash of smaller SD cards
[13:23] <pwillard> WadeWatts: didn't Adafruit come up with a findmypi kind of tool?
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[13:24] <ozzzy> you're not supposed to leave them all over the landscape
[13:24] <WadeWatts> hm
[13:24] <WadeWatts> pwillard: dunno :(
[13:25] <pwillard> lol @ ozzzy
[13:25] <WadeWatts> well only red light and nothing on the screen (found an HDMI cable)
[13:25] <gordonDrogon> Zeno`, why whould I update wiringPi when there are no changes to it? I only bunp the version number when there are changes/bug fixes ,etc.
[13:25] <pwillard> https://learn.adafruit.com/the-adafruit-raspberry-pi-finder/overview
[13:25] <radioslave> questions for the bash boffins
[13:26] <radioslave> trying to get chromium to autostart and not think it's crashed after the power is pulled on the pi so that it maintains the 'Open this set of pages' option
[13:26] <radioslave> about half way down this: http://superuser.com/questions/461035/disable-google-chrome-session-restore-functionality/505310
[13:26] <radioslave> user says he runs this: #!/bin/sh sed -i 's/"exited_cleanly": false/"exited_cleanly": true/' ~/.config/google-chrome/Default/Preferences sed -i 's/"exit_type": "Crashed"/"exit_type": "None"/' ~/.config/google-chrome/Default/Preferences google-chrome --kiosk "http://some_url"
[13:26] <ozzzy> turns out that Pi3 wakes on wifi
[13:27] <radioslave> so that chrome consistently shuts down/opens no matter what
[13:27] <radioslave> Just looking for direction as to where I even paste that
[13:27] <radioslave> In my autostart after @chromium-browser?
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[13:27] <ozzzy> you paste it into a text editor... save as a file... make the file executable then put it in your path somewhere
[13:28] <ozzzy> THEN you can put it in cron or whereever
[13:28] <radioslave> cool, allright i'll try and figure that out
[13:28] <radioslave> assuming I need to replace package names as well
[13:28] <radioslave> he's using google-chrome on ubuntu
[13:28] <radioslave> probably need to change that to chromium-browser i assume
[13:28] <radioslave> although maybe the file paths arent the same...
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[13:30] <radioslave> noob question as i'm still new to large portions of this if you dont mind:
[13:30] <radioslave> One guy has said: Open chrome \ Default \ Preference, and change the value to
[13:30] <radioslave> That seems to assume a lot of pre-known knowledge
[13:30] <radioslave> of where and how
[13:30] <radioslave> any idea of where i can learn that assumed knowledge quickly
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[13:31] <radioslave> so many explanations just start with 'open /xxxx/xxx/xxx but there must be more to the string than that and sudo nano
[13:31] <utack> morning. do you know if libreoffice or feh can use the hardware decoder to show videos in some way?
[13:32] <utack> or should i bet on baking the slideshow into a movie with ffmpeg and play that with a supported player?
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[13:36] <Zeno`> gordonDrogon, well, you wouldn't. So your local copy of wiringPi has no changes at all since February?
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[13:41] <WadeWatts> you dont have arch in noobs>
[13:41] <WadeWatts> ?
[13:43] <WadeWatts> i was decieved!
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[13:48] <ozzzy> sudo nano [filename]
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[13:50] <RocketLL> Will I get any benefit on using a microSD larger than, say, 20MB/s?
[13:50] <RocketLL> *faster than
[13:50] <RocketLL> On a Raspi3
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[13:53] <radioslave> yeah i know how to sudo nano to a file
[13:53] <radioslave> but this particular file seems to be completely empty
[13:54] <RocketLL> Oh, and does anyone know how well supported Arch is?
[13:54] <RocketLL> Arch or normal Rasbian?
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[14:02] <pwillard> Arch has a lot of really lengthy guides
[14:02] <ChunkzZ> RocketLL, /join #archlinux-arm
[14:02] <RocketLL> ChunkzZ: sure
[14:02] <RocketLL> mmh that sweet sweet arch arm goodness
[14:03] <ChunkzZ> they're using 32bit arm7 but should be moving to 64bit soon
[14:03] <pwillard> the downside... arch *needs* a lot of really lengthy guides
[14:03] <ChunkzZ> afaik
[14:03] <ChunkzZ> that's for the pi 3 fyi
[14:03] <pwillard> or odroid or similar
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[14:04] <ChunkzZ> RocketLL, Note: The current installation uses the 32-bit Raspberry Pi 2 armv7h root filesystem. This will be changing eventually to use our AArch64 repository to take full advantage of the ARMv8 Cortex-A53 cores. If you want an AArch64 system, consider the ODROID-C2.
[14:04] <RocketLL> Thanks for the heads up
[14:05] <RocketLL> Can you recommend anything with a sata port or two?
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[14:09] <grandpa> i havent used it but the orange pi has a sata port
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[14:10] <RocketLL> So does the Banana Pi, it seems like.
[14:10] <RocketLL> These names though.
[14:10] <RocketLL> Oh, and do I need a 2.1+A PSU?
[14:10] <RocketLL> Can I just use 1A?
[14:10] <grandpa> for?
[14:10] <RocketLL> Pi3
[14:10] <Lonefish> if you're using the sataport I'm guessing 1A won't cut it
[14:11] <Lonefish> well sataport/external harddrive
[14:11] <Lonefish> since the pi doesn't have sata
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[14:11] <RocketLL> Just basic peripherals
[14:11] <RocketLL> Oh well, I'll try it out
[14:11] <RocketLL> What's the worst thing that could happen?
[14:11] <grandpa> i think you need 2.4a
[14:12] <RocketLL> _need_ or "need"?
[14:12] <grandpa> "idk" :)
[14:12] <Lonefish> when you see rainbowscreens top right corner you're getting short on power
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[14:13] <Lonefish> I ran pi3's with keyboard and mouse from a usbport on my computer
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[14:13] <Lonefish> I did have an issue when cpu went higher that I saw rainbows in top right corner
[14:14] <sir_galahad_ad> o/
[14:14] <pwillard> right... you really do need higher power supply to avoid the rainbow
[14:15] <pwillard> 1A will not make a pi3 happy
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[14:22] <radioslave> Anyone use Iceweasel over Chromium?
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[14:23] <RocketLL> pwillard: It _seems_ to be working with just a Mouse and Keyboard plugged in
[14:23] <RocketLL> But I wouldn't count on it being stable
[14:24] <RocketLL> So what the fuck do I do with this now?
[14:24] <pwillard> Well, I used mine with permanent rainbow for a few weeks with no rea issues...but eventually just purchased the correct supply
[14:25] <RocketLL> Why did I buy this thing again?
[14:25] <RocketLL> And what do I do with it?
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[14:25] <RocketLL> hmph
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[14:28] <ahihi> those seem like the kind of questions you ask beforehand ;)
[14:28] <RocketLL> Yeeeeah
[14:29] <RocketLL> Time to go get bspwm
[14:29] <RocketLL> Well I guess I'll use it as a torrent box
[14:30] <RocketLL> And a nas
[14:30] <RocketLL> I guess I can backup the backup of my nas on it
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[14:46] <WadeWatts> radioslave: i do
[14:47] <radioslave> Any idea of kiosk support?
[14:47] <radioslave> just wondering if it's less screwy than chromium
[14:48] <WadeWatts> no sorry no idea
[14:49] <WadeWatts> but it is prolly more screwy
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[14:52] <hypermist> To make a pi thermometer, does it need to be a specific thermosistor ?
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[14:53] <pwillard> You just need to know its characteristics... many web pages dedicated to writing proper thermistor code
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[14:54] <hypermist> because i bought some chinese thermistors for my 3d printer and i wanted to know if i could use them to make a thermometer haha
[14:54] <pwillard> Temperature sensors that actually send back a "digital" response are preferred over thermistors.
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[14:55] <hypermist> ah okay
[14:55] <pwillard> Most of the 3d printer ones are 100K NTC types
[14:57] <hypermist> yea mines a 100k ohm NTC thermistor pwillard
[14:57] <mfa298> thermistors tend to be analogue devices so you'll need somethign to read that analogue value and feed a digital version to the pi to interpret
[14:58] <mfa298> one of the one-wire / i2c / spi devices will likey be easier to use directly on a pi
[14:58] <hypermist> able to link an example mfa298 ?
[14:59] <mfa298> ds18b20 is one of the popular one wire options, there's probably better and potentially cheaper options as well
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[15:00] <hypermist> there is always aliexpres mfa298 but they arent gaurenteed to be the best =D
[15:01] <pksato> DHT11 or DHT22 for ambient temperature.
[15:01] <pwillard> This why one might dedicate an arduino as the sensor interface and the RPI just asks the arduino what the temperature is.
[15:02] <hypermist> yea im just trying to work with what i had
[15:03] <hypermist> because im out of money basically XD
[15:03] <pksato> thermistor need ADC, have one?
[15:04] <hypermist> i have nothing like that haha
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[15:09] <bsdnoob> hello
[15:09] <radioslave> so im missing a pretty key piece of knowledge here if anyone can point me to a tutorial or whatnot
[15:10] <radioslave> need to have this run at startup at the same time/before my @chromium-browser --kiosk line gets run in my autostart file
[15:10] <radioslave> #!/bin/sh sed -i 's/"exited_cleanly": false/"exited_cleanly": true/' ~/.config/chromium/Default/Preferences sed -i 's/"exit_type": "Crashed"/"exit_type": "None"/' ~/.config/chromium/Default/Preferences google-chrome --kiosk
[15:10] <bsdnoob> my routing table keep messing up
[15:10] <bsdnoob> help?
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[15:14] <pwillard> so ,back to my... use a $3 arduino as a thermistor interface (why I said getting one that outputs digital results is preferred)
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[15:15] <hypermist> pwillard, i understand, i'll try to, in coming time it was just a query just because im bored and needing money to buy the rest of my 3d printer aka the frame
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[15:32] <gordonDrogon> Zeno`, my local copy has a few small changes but nothing critical.
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[15:37] <Zeno`> gordonDrogon, that's the kind of minor problem. I'll explain
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[15:39] <Zeno`> Your local HEAD (and this is important because you're the maintainer) is ahead of your official git (remote) HEAD. Now, in the case of people maintaining forks, the most minor changes to the official repo can cause merge conflicts. So, if there is no way to see what you're planning to do any forks come to a standstill between your commits. If your local HEAD and remote HEAD were always in sync (even if HEAD is not a release) then the issue is
[15:39] <Zeno`> minimised.
[15:41] <Zeno`> If I wait until your next release and then rebase my head against your new head I'll (probably) have more trouble with conflicts than if the official (upstream/i.e. yours) head was always where you were at
[15:41] <gordonDrogon> so what do I do?
[15:41] <gordonDrogon> naive git user here...
[15:41] <Zeno`> this is how all open source projects I know of work. The only difference is that some projects do it back to front and have the "latest" in a -dev branch (or something similar)
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[15:42] <BurtyB> get rid of the public git and just release tar files :)
[15:42] <gordonDrogon> I used to release .tgz's... people whinged.
[15:42] <Zeno`> gordonDrogon, if I wrote up a basic document on how things are normally done on bigger projects would it be a waste of time?
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[15:43] <gordonDrogon> just give me the git command to 'fix' it ...
[15:43] <Zeno`> gordonDrogon, technically you don't have to do anything. Just always push your latest head. BUT the problem with that is your download instructions
[15:44] <Zeno`> so, really, it's just a documentation issue. Each "real" release should be on a branch of its own with "head" being "in active development/unstable"
[15:44] <gordonDrogon> I've never created a branch.
[15:45] <Zeno`> It wasn't until I worked on a large project that I realised the huge benefits this adds
[15:45] <Zeno`> ok, well I'll write up some simple commands for you to review and test if you're open to suggestions
[15:45] <gordonDrogon> email them.
[15:45] <Zeno`> np
[15:45] <Zeno`> thanks
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[15:49] <Zeno`> right now I have to sort these bulk bags of multivalue resistors
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[15:50] <Zeno`> I don't think I'll buy them again... I saved a few $$ but I'm going to have to spend 1-2 hours "categorising"/"sorting" them
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[15:55] <radioslave> christ, alright one more stupid question and then I can test this out
[15:55] <radioslave> setting read only permissions so that chromium doesn't modify this preferences file on boot?
[15:56] <radioslave> currently set as: -------------e-- /home/pi/.config/chromium/Default/Preferences
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[15:57] <Zeno`> lol and I have a bunch of blue, blue, yellow, gold ones :/
[15:57] <radioslave> assuming it's impossible to lock sudo out of editing it
[15:58] <radioslave> would chmod 0444 -------------e-- /home/pi/.config/chromium/Default/Preferences work?
[15:58] <radioslave> er
[15:58] <radioslave> minus the current permission bit there of course
[15:59] <radioslave> or chmod 0444 ~/.config/chromium/default/preferences
[16:00] <radioslave> or would 744 ~/.config/chromium/default/preferences be a safer bet
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[16:18] <pwillard> 66K resistor tells me that it is a 1% resistor or better.
[16:18] <pwillard> Not bad if you got a lot for super cheap
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[16:23] <TooLmaN> What can I query on a RPi to see the model? I have a mix of RPI-B+ and RPI2 and I want to see who's who without hunting them down and opening the cases.
[16:23] <swensson> Hey guys, Im currently planning to create pull down blinds, and I got 4 units that I need to connect, what's the best way to connect the 4 different motors to my raspberry? It's a distance on 30feet between the units
[16:24] <SpeedEvil> The simplest and most future proof solution is probably cables.
[16:24] <SpeedEvil> If you meant another way - what voltage and current do these motors require?
[16:25] <swensson> yeah, but it work to have cables 30feets? Nothing more than that?
[16:25] <oq> TooLmaN: http://elinux.org/RPi_HardwareHistory#Which_Pi_have_I_got.3F
[16:25] <TooLmaN> oq: I just found that page actually. :) Thanks!
[16:26] <swensson> Currently I got em on like 3cm cables, is it possible to just extend this cables to 30feet?
[16:26] <SpeedEvil> swensson: what are you trying to do? What connections do you need to make? Do you need to sense motor torque, or just press up/down buttons
[16:26] <swensson> up/down works :)
[16:27] <SpeedEvil> Right. What are the existing connections, to what. Do you have them connected to your pi with a short cable, or ...
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[16:28] <swensson> Yeah they are connected with 2 short cables, so the question is really, could I just extend the current cables to 30feet w/o any problem?
[16:28] <SpeedEvil> If they are connected to the pi - probably, yes.
[16:29] <SpeedEvil> YOu may face problems with noise.
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[16:32] <Emersont1> hi
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[16:33] <Emersont1> can i get away with using a class 4 card with a pi B mk1 rev 2
[16:34] <ShorTie> most likely
[16:34] <ShorTie> but you never know till you try
[16:34] <SpeedEvil> 'class' speeds are largely orthogonal to performance in a Pi in many ways.
[16:34] <ShorTie> some sdcards just don't work, no matter what they are
[16:36] <Emersont1> okay, thanks, i just managed to fry a 7dayshop C10 with it a year ago so stopped usoing it
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[16:37] <ShorTie> fried in the pi ??
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[17:10] <pwillard> I had issues with a specific Samsung 32G... tried a second one... same issue. had to completely reformat in my camera to get it working again.
[17:10] <pwillard> camera had no issues with it
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[17:17] <brainzap> where do i find hardware for mission critical systems
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[17:19] <methuzla> mars
[17:21] <Bilby> what kind of hardware, brainzap ?
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[17:21] <SpeedEvil> brainzap: ebay
[17:21] <SpeedEvil> brainzap: Fundamentally - you understand the risk environment, and specify things that comply with it.
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[17:22] <brainzap> very funny
[17:22] <SpeedEvil> http://www.ti.com/lsds/ti/microcontrollers_16-bit_32-bit/c2000_performance/safety/tms570/overview.page - for example
[17:22] <pwillard> Like the FDA ;-P
[17:22] <SpeedEvil> This is a dual core processor running in lock-step to check for bit errors.
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[17:22] <SpeedEvil> brainzap: actually - I wasn't kidding.
[17:23] <SpeedEvil> The first and most fundamental step is to define all your risks and understand them, and the mitigations for them.
[17:23] <Bilby> that's some sexy hardare
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[17:23] <SpeedEvil> Where you source parts from is very much secondary to this.
[17:24] <brainzap> what are they using in airports
[17:24] <Bilby> to do what?
[17:24] * SpeedEvil sighs.
[17:24] <SpeedEvil> brainzap: Ipads
[17:24] <Bilby> because most parts in most airports i've seen are [cheapest microPC on the market]
[17:24] <brainzap> control the runaway lights
[17:25] <SpeedEvil> brainzap: likely some embedded system, or minicomputer from the 70s
[17:25] <brainzap> is there a company that offers this as service to provide arm computers with guarantee
[17:25] <brainzap> SpeedEvil: i got it thank you
[17:25] <SpeedEvil> brainzap: What do you mean by 'a guarantee'.
[17:25] <SpeedEvil> Hardware faults are only one small aspect of reliability.
[17:25] <Bilby> Sorry brainzap, you're being way too general. There are lots of companies that offer lots of services
[17:26] <Bilby> are you talking about a company that designs / builds specialized hardware for severe conditions?
[17:26] <gordonDrogon> one airport I flew into had a home-made runway lighting system - you simply keyed on a set frequency and they'd come on ...
[17:26] <SpeedEvil> The above TI chip is an example of a part designed for reliability. However - trivial design errors - either hardware or software - can mean this is useless.
[17:26] <Bilby> gordonDrogon: lots of grass strips around here have that, if they have anything
[17:26] <brainzap> can you name me one that offers reliable hardware, as service
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[17:26] <gordonDrogon> yea, this was a little grass strip.
[17:26] <Bilby> sometimes they have a human during the day and that system at night
[17:27] <SpeedEvil> boeing.
[17:27] <Bilby> northrop-grummin
[17:27] <Bilby> (spelling)
[17:27] <Bilby> pretty much any company that provides to the military
[17:27] <Bilby> milspec = as durable as you could need unless you're NASA
[17:27] <SpeedEvil> If you want to purchase as a service, a custom, reliable solution, expect to pay a lot.
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[17:28] <SpeedEvil> As in starting from a hundred times 'normal' pricing and going way up
[17:28] <Bilby> I love NASA's design ethos
[17:28] <Bilby> "we'll build it several times better than we need to... and then built it better than that"
[17:28] <SpeedEvil> And then fuck up, as we don't listen to people.
[17:28] <Bilby> of course, it's why so many of their craft have survived / survived much longer than mission spec
[17:29] <Bilby> only the once (twice) (okay... three times) (a lady)
[17:29] <gordonDrogon> SpeedEvil, *cough*...
[17:29] <SpeedEvil> oops
[17:29] * SpeedEvil needs more coffee.
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[17:29] <SpeedEvil> https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NOAA-19#Damage_during_manufacture always amuses
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[17:31] <Bilby> SpeedEvil: AKA "Gerald's first and last day in the assembly room."
[17:31] <brainzap> i think im gonna put two raspberry pis into HP server case and then cash in
[17:31] <Bilby> lol
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[17:32] <Bilby> I use Raspberry Pis as cheap VoIP PBX servers...
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[17:37] <brainzap> but does node.js run on a ARM Cortex-R4F
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[17:43] <SpeedEvil> No
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[17:51] <Habbie> Raspberry_Pi: You Can Boot a Raspberry Pi 3 From a Hard Drive or Over Ethernet https://t.co/q14v8f6v2g <http://twitter.com/Raspberry_Pi/status/763764131258400768>
[17:52] <gordonDrogon> Habbie, yea, that's so last week ...
[17:52] <Habbie> appreciate your input, gordonDrogon
[17:52] <gordonDrogon> :)
[17:53] <Habbie> ohh there's more files in there
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[17:54] <Emersont1> Hi, has anyone got philips snu5600/00 working with the pi?
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[18:01] <Habbie> Emersont1, are you asking before you buy or are you having trouble?
[18:03] <Emersont1> Well, I've been given it, so I was wondering if I could
[18:03] <Habbie> plug it in and see
[18:03] <Mokal> Any guides on how to boot over Ethernet?
[18:03] <Emersont1> I can't get it working on 10 or Ubuntu, and Deb is installing
[18:03] <Emersont1> I mean rasp
[18:04] <Habbie> Emersont1, read this https://wiki.debian.org/zd1211rw
[18:04] <Habbie> Mokal, see the twitter post i just pasted, click through to github, go one dir up
[18:04] <Habbie> Mokal, if you mean pi3 anyway
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[18:14] <Chunkyz> This is going to sound somewhat odd, but is there any rumours on the pi 4?
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[18:17] <Zeno`> I read "don't expect anything for the next 3 years" somewhere
[18:17] <Zeno`> I think
[18:17] <ozzzy> something wrong with the pi3?
[18:17] <Zeno`> nah, pi3 is awesome
[18:17] <Chillum> other than the very poor wifi?
[18:17] <Zeno`> pfft I don't have wifi
[18:18] <Chillum> the pi 3 is the first pi I have not bothered buying
[18:18] <Zeno`> well I do and it's poor anyway heh
[18:18] <Chunkyz> ozzzy, just seems to get very hot.
[18:18] <ozzzy> hmm... mine never gets above 55C
[18:18] <Chillum> the zero is far more impressive I think
[18:18] <ozzzy> and far less useful
[18:19] <methuzla> 100% dependent on intended use
[18:19] <Chillum> smaller and using less power is better than faster and using more power. There are plenty of powerful energy hogs out there
[18:19] <Chunkyz> ozzzy, just idle: temp=56.9'C
[18:19] <Chillum> already
[18:19] <ozzzy> mine idles at about 43
[18:20] <Chunkyz> I might buy a new case and heatsink.
[18:20] <ozzzy> Chillum, I guess.... but I like ethernet and 4 USBs
[18:20] <ozzzy> and wifi/bluetooth
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[18:22] <Chunkyz> wifi on the pi 3 is so nice. it works, that's all I need it for.
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[18:23] <pwillard> Pi3 is the only one I want to buy now... the wifi works great
[18:23] <Chunkyz> the zero is ALWAYS OUT of stock everywhere I check, even that site that checks for you.
[18:23] <Chunkyz> pwillard, yeah I agree.
[18:24] <ozzzy> https://www.adafruit.com/product/2885 <--- in stock
[18:24] <Chunkyz> I need a new, fast, sd card. seems my 1 atm is dying lol
[18:24] <Chunkyz> ozzzy, I'm in the UK.
[18:24] <Tenkawa> we have plenty of them in stock at local microenter
[18:24] <Tenkawa> er microcenter
[18:24] <ozzzy> Chunkyz, they do ship
[18:24] <pwillard> I can get in my car... drive 20 minutes get as many pi zeros as I can afford, provided I don't mind also having to buy all the cables and power bricks needed to make them work (its a kit)
[18:24] <Chillum> If it can't do monitor mode, and arbitrary packets then it is not a proper wifi interface
[18:24] <pwillard> aka microcenter
[18:25] <Chillum> I use a pi 2 with wifi dongles and it uses less power and can do more
[18:25] <Chillum> important since I run from battery
[18:25] <Chunkyz> ozzzy, oh, NICE.
[18:25] <ozzzy> I do like my PiTop/Pi3
[18:25] <Chillum> 2 wifi dongles and a GPS and it _still_ uses less power than just a pi 3
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[18:25] <Chunkyz> where's a good place in the UK to buy sd cards? Amazon seem to be selling fakes.
[18:25] <Chillum> I got so sick of getting fake SD cards
[18:25] <Zeno`> why is my transistor soldered in back-to-front?
[18:26] <Chillum> I buy them from physical stores
[18:26] <ozzzy> Chillum, I ran a Pi2 from a USB port with a wifi dongle, a kbd/mouse dongle, a 320MB USB2 platter drive and a USB stick plugged in
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[18:26] <Chunkyz> Chillum, yeah, I hate fake sd cards. :(
[18:26] <ozzzy> Chunkyz, stop in at the local big box shop
[18:26] <Chillum> I have a pi 2 and a battery pack, you just plug it in and walk around. It will automatically map wifi locations, and grab WPA handshakes
[18:27] <Zeno`> I once got a 1GB SD card that had a 1TB SDD inside it
[18:27] <Chillum> via 2 wifi dongles and a gps
[18:27] <Chunkyz> I don't want any more fakes ozzzy lol
[18:27] <Zeno`> i didn't mind that so much
[18:27] <Zeno`> SSD*
[18:27] <Chillum> in the old days they used fake partition tables and you could reformat them to the real size
[18:27] <ozzzy> Chunkyz, I've never gotten a fake from BestBuy
[18:27] <Chillum> now they load fake firmware on them
[18:27] <ozzzy> [shrug]
[18:28] <Chillum> so you can't even return them to their real size
[18:28] <Chunkyz> bestbuy isn't in the uk lol
[18:28] <Zeno`> Chillum, and also install that shrink think for FAT32
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[18:28] <ozzzy> does the uk have big box stores?
[18:28] <Chunkyz> no
[18:28] <ozzzy> or just fishmongers, green grocers and butchers
[18:28] <Zeno`> can't remember what it was called... made 10MB hdds look like 20MB
[18:28] <Zeno`> part of win95
[18:28] <Chunkyz> ozzzy, lmao yeah no bigbox store
[18:28] <Chillum> that is just compression Zeno`
[18:28] <Chillum> what a scam
[18:28] <Zeno`> Chillum, yeah of course it was just compression
[18:29] <BurtyB> Chunkyz, I used saverstore last time I had a bulk buy think they was ~�5 for 32gb
[18:29] <Chillum> like those "high speed modems" that were just regular modems with compression
[18:29] <pwillard> 32M RLL Drive $400.00
[18:29] <Zeno`> I have a confession to make
[18:29] <Chillum> you are getting your comments from a random number generator?
[18:29] <Zeno`> 30 years ago my boss made me, in my own time, install a new HDD in his computer
[18:30] <Zeno`> it was twice as big as the one in my computer
[18:30] <IT_Sean> Zeno`, Did you charge him?
[18:30] <Zeno`> and, umm
[18:30] <Zeno`> IT_Sean, no, he made me do it for free
[18:30] <Zeno`> so I, umm
[18:30] <IT_Sean> Never ever do anything for an employeer for free.
[18:30] <Zeno`> yeah.. well, he was happy anyway
[18:30] <IT_Sean> It sets a bad precident.
[18:30] <Chillum> put a fish inside his computer case?
[18:31] <Zeno`> I got a nice new hdd and he had heaps of free space
[18:31] <Zeno`> win win
[18:31] <Zeno`> IT_Sean, I was young and stupid back then
[18:31] <pwillard> so you took his old one?
[18:31] <IT_Sean> When you do stuff like that, it devalues all of our skills.
[18:31] <Chunkyz> BurtyB, saver store?
[18:31] * IT_Sean thumps Zeno`
[18:31] <BurtyB> Chunkyz, yeah as in saverstore.com
[18:31] <Zeno`> pwillard, I took his new one and installed my old one in his computer
[18:32] <pwillard> Oh my
[18:32] <Zeno`> yeah...
[18:32] <Chunkyz> BurtyB, that link doesn't work?
[18:32] <IT_Sean> Oh, so you stole his hdd. That's okay then. In a sense, you did get paid.
[18:32] <Zeno`> but he probably still owes me $20K for unpaid work (not that that justifies being dishonest)
[18:32] <Zeno`> There, I have confessed
[18:32] <IT_Sean> It totally justifies it!
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[18:33] <Chillum> if I had someone replace my hard drive I would want the old one back
[18:33] <Zeno`> Chillum, I gave him the old one back
[18:33] <Zeno`> :)
[18:33] <Chillum> you might have put in the new one, taken the old one, then found something worth more than a HD on it
[18:33] <Chillum> hehe
[18:34] <BurtyB> Chunkyz, err put www. on the front?
[18:34] <Zeno`> It's just that I ended up with the brand new one with twice the capacity lol
[18:34] <Zeno`> maybe it was an accident
[18:34] <Chunkyz> that site doesn't load BurtyB
[18:35] <BurtyB> Chunkyz, weird - it works fine from home and my FR/DE/JP test locations
[18:36] <Chunkyz> https://www.saverstore.com/
[18:36] <Chunkyz> got it, thanks.
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[18:40] <Zeno`> In my defense he wanted the new HDD for more space. He got that. He never said *anything* about access speed or cpu speed.
[18:41] <Zeno`> speed/usage
[18:42] <Zeno`> I think he still has 10 of my wyse 120 terms
[18:43] <Zeno`> actually I doubt he still has them. Still owes me for them
[18:44] <Zeno`> I wouldn't mind one now actually. /me googles
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[18:46] <radioslave> holy shit i actually did it
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[18:48] <Zeno`> well done. now wash out your mouth with soap young man!
[18:48] <IT_Sean> radioslave, please review the channel language policy linked in the topic.
[18:49] <ozzzy> I think it says you can only swear in Klingon
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[18:49] <radioslave> oh, didn't realise it was PG
[18:49] <radioslave> assumed Pg 13 or so
[18:49] <radioslave> apologies
[18:49] <Zeno`> it says it's ok to swear but not "excessively"
[18:49] <Zeno`> whatever that means :)
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[18:50] <IT_Sean> Zeno`, It does not say that, actually.
[18:50] <Zeno`> does too!
[18:51] <Zeno`> #Raspberrypi is run as a family friendly channel. As such abusive behavior, excessive swearing, and adult oriented content are not permitted.
[18:51] <IT_Sean> Zeno`, nowhere in the rules does it say that swearing is okay.
[18:51] <Zeno`> i.e. non-excessive swearing is ok
[18:51] <radioslave> technically correct, the best kind of correct
[18:51] <IT_Sean> You are misinterpreting.
[18:51] <Zeno`> no, I'm not. The word excessive is used in more places than that
[18:52] <Rickta59> anoyone here using an msp430 as a analog interface via i2c?
[18:52] <Zeno`> Excessive swearing, or swearing / abusive language .....
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[18:52] <Rickta59> making the msp430 a slave and rpi a master?
[18:53] <IT_Sean> Zeno`, If you wish to appeal or ask for clarification on a rule, there is a contact email address in that document. I'm not going to debate them with you here.
[18:53] <Rickta59> or msp430 as a slave doing anything
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[18:53] <Rickta59> * if someone already wrote it I don't want to
[18:53] <Zeno`> IT_Sean, the word excessive adds ambiguity (it has to be "Excessive"). But I don't want to debate either.
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[18:56] <pwillard> msp430...the forgotten cousin of arduino ;-P
[18:56] <Rickta59> cousin of the attiny :)
[18:57] <Rickta59> at least the ones i want to use
[18:57] <Rickta59> you must have done this already pwillard ?
[18:58] <pwillard> no... I just recall reading this a long time ago while waiting for energia to mature --> http://www.ti.com/lit/an/slaa330/slaa330.pdf
[18:58] <Rickta59> thanks
[18:59] <pwillard> since it used oddball parts and assembly I was like meh...
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[18:59] <Rickta59> yeah f1 series
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[19:01] <Rickta59> http://www.ti.com/general/docs/litabsmultiplefilelist.tsp?literatureNumber=slaa330 there is the full page
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[19:01] <pwillard> I haven't been to 430h in ages
[19:01] <Rickta59> probably still looks the same
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[19:02] <RedParrot> Jesus christ why does every IRC end up in a battle about the "rules"
[19:02] * Armand beats RedParrot to death with a rule book!
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[19:03] <Chunkyz> lmao Armand hit him harder
[19:04] <Armand> He's already dead... that'll do.
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[19:04] <oq> that doesn't sound very family friendly
[19:04] <IT_Sean> oq, Don't start, please.
[19:04] <Armand> So long as no-one mentions necro------------ *disconnected*
[19:05] <oq> grow a sense of humour
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[19:10] <ozzzy> without rules this would be Efnet
[19:10] <radioslave> Shot in the dark but does anyone have a nice web based calendar they use? Nice as in, looks sleek and ideally can load published ICS files or O365
[19:11] <radioslave> Sunrise was lovely
[19:11] <radioslave> but bought out my msft a while back
[19:12] <pwillard> Rickta59: Sorry, I don't know of any actual energia MSp430 slave routines... but it sure would be a cheap way to add ADC to rpi
[19:12] <oq> radioslave: google calender?
[19:13] <radioslave> It doesn't update exchange ICS files
[19:13] <radioslave> it was a huge deal actually
[19:13] <radioslave> massive, years long thread on it
[19:13] <radioslave> google just never bothered to fix it
[19:13] <pwillard> Google doesn't really do code... they do teasers.
[19:14] <radioslave> they just sort of make everything and see what sticks
[19:14] <radioslave> rip glass
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[19:18] <radioslave> @unclutter -idle 0.1 -root
[19:18] <pwillard> yeah... I thought chrome was pretty awesome till they made some rather odd decisions lately.
[19:18] <radioslave> didn't hide the mouse
[19:18] <radioslave> any idea why?
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[19:18] <oq> rip google reader
[19:19] <pwillard> unclutter -display :0 -noevents -grab maybe?
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[19:20] <radioslave> Will that wake the mouse when i move it as well?
[19:20] <pwillard> hehe... probaby not
[19:20] <pwillard> that says die die die
[19:20] <radioslave> oh does it
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[19:24] <pwillard> your original command is supposed to work...
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[19:49] <vrmxm> So the IO errors definitely output lots of stuff in dmesg, I've found
[19:49] <vrmxm> Still can't figure exactly what causes it
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[19:50] <vrmxm> Right now I'm trying to avoid it by spinning down the external after 5 sec inactivity, and scripting the transfer to grab one directory at a time, one file at a time, with a five minute pause after each file transfer
[19:51] <ShorTie> low power ??
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[19:51] <vrmxm> I don't know why it would be
[19:51] <vrmxm> The Pi is powered via the cable that came with it, attached to a low grade UPS
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[19:51] <vrmxm> The external is powered as well
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[19:51] <ShorTie> what model pi ??
[19:52] <vrmxm> 2B+
[19:52] <ShorTie> can you see it ??
[19:52] <vrmxm> What, the pi?
[19:52] <ShorTie> is the power light blinking at all ??
[19:52] <vrmxm> No
[19:53] <ShorTie> hard drive connected to a self powered hub ??
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[19:55] <vrmxm> No, the hard drive is connected to the Pi
[19:55] <vrmxm> https://ptpb.pw/OOp3 should be the dmesg output since last boot
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[19:57] <ShorTie> how big is your power supply ??
[19:57] <vrmxm> For the Pi?
[19:57] <vrmxm> Or the hdd?
[19:57] <ShorTie> ya
[19:58] <ShorTie> oh, hdd got it's own power supply ??
[19:58] <vrmxm> Yes
[19:58] <vrmxm> I can't tell any of the specs on the Pi supply while it's plugged in
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[20:06] <plm> Hi all
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[21:35] <plm> is possible to opencv to use as input a h264 stream comming from raspberrypi instead png/png from pi?
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[21:44] * binaryhermit wonders if the pi gets thermal throttled, if it unthrottles when the thermal situation is resolved
[21:44] <binaryhermit> specifically the pi3
[21:44] <IT_Sean> No, it explodes.
[21:44] <IT_Sean> The Pi shouldn't run hot, binaryhermit.
[21:44] <binaryhermit> the pi3 does run a bit hot
[21:45] <IT_Sean> your idea of "A bit hot" and it's idea of "A bit hot" are likely very different
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[21:46] <binaryhermit> I've hit whatever temperature triggers the yellow square, IIRC that's 80c
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[21:47] <binaryhermit> then again, it's somewhat warm in my so-called data center because I'm too cheap to run the AC and it's about 90f outside
[21:47] <binaryhermit> on the other hand, even at 600 mhz it's smoother than it was when I ran it on a 512 MB RPiB
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[21:48] <Chunkyz> Hi
[21:48] * binaryhermit doesn't really need the performance
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[22:10] <plm> anyone?
[22:11] <[Saint]> what?
[22:11] <[Saint]> sentence fragment?
[22:11] <plm> [Saint]: is possible to opencv to use as input a h264 stream comming from raspberrypi instead png/png from pi?
[22:13] <[Saint]> Seems so, yes.
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[22:25] <plm> [Saint]: do you know any example?
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[22:31] <snos> plm - What language are you using for your OpenCV development? Python, C++, other?
[22:32] <plm> snos: Python
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[22:34] <snos> plm - I've done OpenCV development on the pi using the pi camera as input and mpeg videos as an input and could share some examples.
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[22:34] <izzyi2d2_> whats up everyone
[22:34] <snos> plm - Will you describe your scenario in more detail so that I can provide you with the best example?
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[22:35] <izzyi2d2_> i am having some issues with an automation program that during one of the functions it scrambles the lcd
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[22:35] <izzyi2d2_> anyone able to take a look?
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[22:38] <RedParrot> Hey yall remember that guy who watercooled his rpi with that tiny ltitle ram waterblock?
[22:38] <RedParrot> Anyone have a link to that waterblock?
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[22:39] <RedParrot> ah found it
[22:39] <RedParrot> http://www.aquatuning.us/water-cooling/gpu-water-blocks/mini-blocks/10763/alphacool-mcx-one-copper-edition
[22:40] <[Saint]> plm: opencv docs appear to cover this in some fairly absurd detail:
[22:40] <[Saint]> http://docs.opencv.org/2.4/modules/highgui/doc/reading_and_writing_images_and_video.html
[22:40] <[Saint]> RedParrot: surely you're not actually doing this for any practical reasons, right?
[22:41] <RedParrot> I am! for a gift.
[22:41] <[Saint]> I mean, please tell me this is "for the lulz" and you don't actually think it matters?
[22:41] <izzyi2d2_> i see some action
[22:41] <izzyi2d2_> some one has be able to tell me where i was wrong at
[22:41] <RedParrot> IT MATTERZ BRO I GOT A 4.9GHZ OVERCLOCKZ ON MY 1337 RPI BRUH
[22:41] <RedParrot> yes
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[22:41] <RedParrot> I know it doesnt matter haha
[22:41] <RedParrot> its neat tho
[22:42] <[Saint]> neat, and /very/ failure prone, and requires maintenance.
[22:42] <plm> snos: sorry for the long time, this is my scenario:
[22:42] <RedParrot> [Saint], Thats where im going to say that you are incorrect.
[22:42] <izzyi2d2_> redparrot/saint... either of you guys know python?
[22:42] <RedParrot> its not just going to blow up on you
[22:43] <RedParrot> izzyi2d2_, Sorry im a pentester not a dev
[22:43] <RedParrot> if its simple shit I could probs help
[22:43] <plm> snos: I would like to do face detection and face recognition in a server with nvidia GPU, where many Pis send h264 videos to this server, see?
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[22:43] <[Saint]> RedParrot: no, not 'bow up' but eventually leak and/or get clogged with algal bloom if not maintained or poorly maintained, almost certainly.
[22:43] <izzyi2d2_> lcd is printing scramble
[22:43] <[Saint]> *blow
[22:44] <plm> snos: send h264 use less bandwith than jpeg and I can still use the streaming on server to save or redir to a monitor
[22:44] <RedParrot> [Saint], thats why you use the special water cooling liquid. I havent replaced the water im y loop in 4 years and nothing has ahppened.
[22:44] <RedParrot> This is also a novelty. it will run, nothing bad will happen.
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[22:45] <ShorTie> rv anti-freeze ??
[22:46] <snos> plm - I understand your scenario now. All of my development does the OpenCV processing on the pi. I'll look around to see if I have notes on streaming h264.
[22:46] <snos> plm - Have you looked at the gstreamer lib?
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[22:46] <[Saint]> OpenCV docs detail the VideoCapture function to an absurd degree.
[22:47] <snos> plm - http://www.raspberry-projects.com/pi/pi-hardware/raspberry-pi-camera/streaming-video-using-gstreamer
[22:47] <[Saint]> a cursory look suggests this is precisely what you want.
[22:49] <izzyi2d2_> http://pastebin.com/rfbQGp5F
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[22:54] <plm> snos: I was thinking to do face detection and face recognition inside the pi (pi3), but I think it is slow to do (reliable face detection/recognition) that in less than 2s.
[22:54] <Habbie> thinking or did you try?
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[22:55] <plm> snos: yes, I know about gstreamer, vlc, etc to do streaming. But I need to know how inside opencv I get input that network streaming insetead the image.
[22:56] <snos> plm - I'm able to have multiple object detectors processing frames at about 1-5 fps depending on the scenario.
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[22:56] <snos> plm - I've done face recognition, but not on the pi. My guess is that it would perform OK as well.
[22:57] <plm> snos: yes, but tectection is faster than recognition - I need this reliable
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[22:58] <plm> snos: 1-5 fps to do face detection? What resolution?
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[23:02] <stiv> 16x16?
[23:02] <snos> plm - 640x480 with a pi2. Adrian Rosebrock has tons of examples of Python/OpenCV/pi stuff here: http://www.pyimagesearch.com/
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[23:05] <plm> snos: what means "multiple object detectors"?
[23:06] <snos> plm - multiple cascade classifier and svm classifiers. My solution must detect multiple types of objects (e.g. pedestrians, cars, etc.)
[23:08] <plm> snos: cound you to do tests with face recognition?
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[23:08] <plm> *could
[23:08] <plm> snos: I dont have an pi here :(
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[23:10] <snos> plm - Yes, but you'll need to give me a day or two. I have a couple of other deadlines...
[23:10] <plm> snos: no problem
[23:10] <snos> plm - Do you have your own trained models?
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[23:12] <plm> snos: I want to use pi3, just pi3
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[23:12] <plm> snos: I dont have network trained
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[23:13] <plm> snos: I would like this scenario, a five-eigth pictures from a person, train and after try to detect/recognition
[23:14] <snos> plm - sorry, i meant for face recognition. With OpenCV's standard functionality, you can train with Eigenfaces, Fisherfaces, and LBP. They each perform differently. Which are you using and have you already trained one?
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[23:16] <plm> snos: never used that, I have just use face detection. But my intention is to use the best (reliable) algoritm to train, what is the more reliable?
[23:16] <plm> So uyou could to do test with that one
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[23:18] <snos> plm - None of the default ones are great. I'll just pick something that I've worked with before...
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[23:20] <plm> snos: I see, so between that that you already worked, use that more reliable, so we can to have a "parameter" to know how much time have to do the face recognition.
[23:20] <plm> snos: do you will use pi3 or pi2?
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[23:22] <snos> plm - I have several pi2s and compute modules. Someone is borrowing my pi3s. I'll see if I can get them back this weekend.
[23:24] <plm> snos: pi3 test will be great :) Thanks!
[23:24] <plm> snos: where can I talk to you, just here in irc?
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[23:25] * SpeedEvil ponders starfish recognition.
[23:26] * IT_Sean sticks a live starfish to SpeedEvil's face, asks him if he recognises it.
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[23:31] <Kryczek> IT_Sean: Patrick?
[23:31] <Berg> face recognition would be handy if you owned a one eyed cat thaT often walked backwards
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[23:32] <stiv> anyone for fruit recognition? http://www.freshplaza.com/article/161843/Apple-picking-robots-headed-for-the-farm
[23:32] <IT_Sean> Kryczek, ??
[23:33] * stiv guesses: Sponge Bob joke
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[23:33] <Berg> stiv: ??
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[23:33] <willemsh> hi
[23:33] <Kryczek> stiv: indeed
[23:34] <stiv> Berg, robots using machine vision to identify ripe apples and then pick them
[23:34] <SpeedEvil> 'Over two centuries, little has changed in the way apples are harvested; ' - is very wrong
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[23:34] <SpeedEvil> In recent years, apple orchards have basically gone over to trees that are ~2.?m high
[23:34] <stiv> sure, migrant workers have evolved longer arms
[23:34] <SpeedEvil> spaced very closely
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[23:35] <SpeedEvil> Vacuum works well - I've used a hoover in the past to pick apples
[23:35] <Berg> that job would suck big time
[23:36] <IT_Sean> ba dum tish
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[23:36] <Berg> how well would a pi differentiate between friend and foe?
[23:37] <Berg> could it tell who its looking at?
[23:37] <Berg> make a doorbell that tells you who is there?
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[23:39] <SpeedEvil> If you have a path, it can be really nice to get a heads-up when someone is walking along it, to give you that little bit more to get to the door
[23:39] <Rickta59> what unix nerd has people coming to the door?
[23:40] <stiv> fedex delivery of cheap chinese electronic components
[23:40] <Berg> federal police come for hackers?
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[23:40] <stiv> firemen when all those cheap chinese capacitors blow at once?
[23:40] <Rickta59> po box .. never have to see them
[23:40] <Berg> you did hear about the australian census site that crashed often
[23:40] <Berg> hackers they say
[23:41] <stiv> Berg, i told them a pi3 couldn't handle the load
[23:41] <Berg> not to mention 13million trying to use it simultaneously
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[23:41] <Berg> :)
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