#raspberrypi IRC Log

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IRC Log for 2017-02-19

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[1:46] <cnnx> anyone interested in cubesats?
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[4:22] <DannyFritz> woot, got the rpi turned into a wifi AP and serving up an HTTP server. now to configure the wifi through the webpage and reboot the pi connected to my home network
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[4:22] <Chillum> yay
[4:23] <DannyFritz> What is a good way to package up changes to a distro? Right now I'm just backing up disk images periodically
[4:23] <DannyFritz> But i'd like to make it redistributable in some fashion.
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[4:26] <DannyFritz> i suppose a github repo with some Bash scripts is the way to go
[4:27] <Chillum> I run a diff comparing it to a fresh install and save those diffs
[4:27] <Chillum> there are probably better ways
[4:27] <Chillum> building a script to install stuff is another way to go
[4:28] <Chillum> debian packages are an option if you want to get into that
[4:28] <DannyFritz> can i self distribute debian packages? not even sure how to install one without a repo
[4:28] <DannyFritz> ah, dpkg
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[4:29] <DannyFritz> might be a good exercise for me to learn how to make a deb file.
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[4:38] <Chillum> sure you can
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[4:39] <Chillum> you can either distribute a .deb file, or you can even setup your own repo if you want
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[4:39] <Chillum> people iwll get a warning that the package is not signed by a known signer unless they import your key
[4:39] <Chillum> it is a pain though, debian packages are not straight forward
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[6:38] <MiningInc> anyone happen to know the best add-ons/plug ins for libreELEC to get access to say netflix/hulu/hbo content
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[6:58] <girlzgirls> hello! i finally have all my pi components and im trying to change a little bit of code in this simple gif project. can someone help me write the code properly?
[6:59] <girlzgirls> i want my pi to play gif files. but when one ends i just want it to move to the next and continue to follow that continuously.
[6:59] <girlzgirls> the code can be found here https://www.hastebin.com/umacugibax.xml
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[7:08] <girlzgirls> no help? =^|
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[7:20] <hmoney> girlz you asked at midnight central on a saturday
[7:20] <hmoney> prob wont get help until morning
[7:21] <girlzgirls> aww :/
[7:23] <oq> girlzgirls: you'd be better off asking on a jquery or javascript channel
[7:23] <oq> since your "code" is just a html page with some embedded javascript
[7:28] <girlzgirls> ok
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[8:58] <MiningInc> is the audio quality always so/so on the Rpi2 b+
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[9:13] <mfa298> I think that depends how you get the audio. the 3.5mm analogue jack is known for not being brilliant quality.
[9:14] <mfa298> there are HATs with better DACs on them, or if you use hdmi the quality will be down to the screen or source data
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[9:22] <dreamon> Is it possible to draw graphics in textmode? I dont want to start in a GUI.
[9:23] <mfa298> dreamon: ncurses or sdl might do what you want
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[9:26] <dreamon> mfa298, cool. I will give sdl a try. thanks
[9:28] <mfa298> there might be others as well, I've used ncurses a bit and seen others talk about sdl as an option
[9:28] <mgottschlag> often, starting an X server with a single full screen application is easier though :)
[9:28] <mgottschlag> well, SDL draws to a framebuffer, whereas ncurses only allows text positioning etc, right?
[9:29] <mgottschlag> so no graphics for the latter
[9:34] <oq> MiningInc: the dac on pis is god awful
[9:34] <oq> MiningInc: you *will* get much better performance out of those cheap pound shop usb dacs
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[9:39] <dreamon> mfa298, ncurses its only for ASCI graphics. I want to draw lines and some jpgs positioning.
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[9:41] <dreamon> I need as much resource as possible so X server I cannot use.
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[9:44] <MiningInc> I hear this constant hum/ faint crackle and it is driving me nuts.
[9:44] <MiningInc> Guess I shouldn't be complaining though... It was only 35 USD
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[9:46] <oq> MiningInc: it's because it's using PWM
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[9:48] <oq> you can either, output audio through hdmi (where you will use the tv's DAC), get a hat like the "phat dac" or "hifiberry" or use a usb sound card
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[9:53] <Lartza> MiningInc, It shouldn't be that bad
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[9:54] <Lartza> Back in the day rpi1 had issues with audio popping when the sound source went inactive, so like in every song change etc but that was fixed with a firmware update long ago and I can't remember huge issues with the rpi2 audio
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[9:55] <Lartza> That being said, it did have plenty of noise last time I connected it to a PC line-in, so yeah maybe it's worth getting those 1$ USB DAC's you can find from ebay/ali with just "USB sound card", some local shops here sell them too
[9:55] <oq> Lartza: I'd imagine it depends on how fussy you are about sound quality
[9:55] <Lartza> oq, Well not totally, the line-in would have driven me nuts since my plan was to have the Pi pass all audio to my desktop PC
[9:55] <Lartza> And I think part of the noise to blame was how bad the Windows audio stack is
[9:56] <Lartza> When I used the pi successfully it was running Kodi and connected with 3.5mm to RCA straight to a receiver
[9:56] <oq> nothing wrong with windows audio stack.
[9:57] <Lartza> There's plenty wrong with it :S
[9:57] <Lartza> "Listen to this" is horribly bad and microphones have latency issues for instance
[9:57] <Lartza> ASIO is where it's at for some of the things I've had to do on Windows
[9:58] <mfa298> I'm not sure that's any worse than some of the linux audio stacks.
[9:58] <Lartza> Probably not :P
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[9:59] <Lartza> Although I do remember doing line-in audio with Pulse the same way and it did not have noise
[9:59] <mfa298> pule audio used to do some weird mangling of sample rates (caused issues with decoding data encoded over radio)
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[10:22] <pitastrudl> Hello, I have a pi 3 and im wondering how to make it output to hdmi, usually when i connect the hdmi cable i have to reboot the pi3 to make it output to hdmi
[10:22] <pitastrudl> is there anyway to do this without me rebooting the pi?
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[10:23] <Lartza> Yes
[10:23] <Lartza> hdmi_force_hotplug=1
[10:23] <Lartza> And possibly a suitable hdmi_drive setting, hdmi_drive=2 for normal HDMI mode
[10:23] <pitastrudl> ah i just found that somehow on a webpage
[10:23] <pitastrudl> thank you
[10:23] <Lartza> :)
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[10:24] <flo|va-nu-pied> hi all
[10:25] <flo|va-nu-pied> did anyone succeded in booting a raspberry pi 3 via PXE
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[10:26] <flo|va-nu-pied> I got the first sequence ok but just after the colored screen appear it doesn't do anything more
[10:27] <flo|va-nu-pied> I see it download via TFTP the bootcode.bin and some other files
[10:27] * Lartza shivers, TFTP...
[10:28] <flo|va-nu-pied> the multicolored screen appear on the raspberry, then ethernet port seems to stop (led stop blinking) and I never see anything append on the NFS side
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[10:36] <drjam> havent tried to PXE boot api yet
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[10:37] <flo|va-nu-pied> drjam: thanks for the reply
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[10:38] <flo|va-nu-pied> i'm still trying to understand why it's stuck and where :)
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[10:42] <flo|va-nu-pied> regarding logs of the channel clever tried PXE too :)
[10:42] <flo|va-nu-pied> and it didn't work too :)
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[11:14] <drjam> silly question but, does it work any other way?
[11:14] <drjam> like, have yo installed raspian etc and does it work online?
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[11:23] <drjam> well gl im out
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[11:49] <salad> so my raspberry pi broke 2 sd cards, here are some pictures https://imgur.com/a/vUvjG?
[11:51] <oq> salad: you mean you broke 2 sd cards because you can't be trusted with a device that has an sd card stick out?
[11:51] <salad> are you retarded?
[11:52] <salad> i bet you are
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[11:56] <gordonDrogon> salad, You are Jeremy Clarkson and I claim my free fiver ...
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[13:12] <flo|va-nu-pied> with no arms I wonder how the raspberry was able to insert wrongly the sdcard in order to physicaly damadge it ...
[13:15] <flo|va-nu-pied> Anyone succeded in bnooting the RPI3 via PXE ?
[13:16] <mfa298> flo|va-nu-pied: I think many have, although I'm not sure how many here have done it.
[13:16] <mfa298> although as a starting point for debugging it might be worth putting all the files you have on a SD card and see if it boots that way.
[13:16] <salad> flo|va-nu-pied, please be more stupid
[13:18] <salad> who said the card was inserted wrongly?
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[13:29] <flo|va-nu-pied> mfa298: In fact the begining of PXE goes well
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[13:30] <gordonDrogon> not Pi's but PXE booted many little systems - are you using the direct ROM bootloader or some intermediate step like u-boot?
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[13:31] <gordonDrogon> salad, just get some new SD cards and deal with it. there are over 12 million Pi's out there and one person with a claimed SD card breakage is just unlucky.
[13:31] <gordonDrogon> I broke and SD card in a Pi once - by accidentally standing on the Pi )-:
[13:31] <flo|va-nu-pied> it correctly load bootcode.img (the one from github) and some other file
[13:32] <flo|va-nu-pied> it stop when it has to download the kernel image I think, and the pi stay on the multicollored screen
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[13:33] <ShorTie> sounds like to me you need to write a raspbian image to it
[13:34] <gordonDrogon> flo|va-nu-pied, I've not PXE booted a Pi (no reason to here), but it sounds like something missing - can you tun tcpdump on the server to see if it even tries to get the kernel, etc. ?
[13:34] <gordonDrogon> or put it on a hub or mirrored switch port to see what it's doing?
[13:34] <gordonDrogon> that would be my approach at this point.
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[13:36] <mfa298> I wonder how many people still have network hubs around. I think I got rid of mine a while back
[13:36] <flo|va-nu-pied> gordonDrogon: I did that and see tftp transfert for files, but sundenly ethernet port turn off (leds go down), the multicolored screen appear and then the rpi does nothing anymore
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[13:36] <gordonDrogon> flo|va-nu-pied, doesn't sound good. at this point I'f try the forums on raspberrypi.org ...
[13:37] <gordonDrogon> I have an old 10Mb hub - 8 port + a bnc port.
[13:37] <flo|va-nu-pied> yep, I thought I wouldn't be the only one trying to do that
[13:37] <gordonDrogon> my last bit of kit with ah AUI port is an old Cisco switch...
[13:37] <mfa298> flo|va-nu-pied: are all the files you're using from the next branch of the git tree
[13:37] <flo|va-nu-pied> how nice remarq mfa298
[13:37] <flo|va-nu-pied> ho*
[13:38] <flo|va-nu-pied> in fact I only downloaded the bootcode.bin from git
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[13:38] <flo|va-nu-pied> the rest come from a jessy lite image
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[13:38] <mfa298> I think the other bits of firmware might need to be from there as well (would at least be worth trying that)
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[13:39] <flo|va-nu-pied> i'll try to mirror the whole github repository and test again
[13:39] <flo|va-nu-pied> that's a good point
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[13:39] <flo|va-nu-pied> thnks mfa298 for the hint
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[13:40] <mfa298> at one place of work we did have a 100mb/s hub (which I think are fairly rare), which was kept specifically for the purpose of wireshark (ethereal in those days)
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[13:41] <gordonDrogon> yea, but arp-cache poisoning these days...
[13:41] <gordonDrogon> or slightly smarter switches with port mirroring.
[13:42] <mfa298> we mostly moved to having managed switches out to the edge so had port mirroring.
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[13:43] <mfa298> and eBay is a good source for good managed switches for home if you know what to look for
[13:43] <gordonDrogon> I have a nic HP switch in my co-lo I'll be recovering for home use in a month or 2's time.
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[14:40] <Nia> How do I detect a kernel panic on a headless device. I'm suspecting that the wifi dongle I'm using for my pi is causing a kernel panic but I can't be 100% sure since it's headless
[14:41] <Nia> I tried my wifi dongle on my main Linux computer (what I'm using now) and it caused a kernel panic upon trying to connect to a network using it
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[14:43] <mfa298> Nia: you might see something in the logs (depending on how it panics) otherwise you probably need some sort of console on it (you could setup a serial console if you dont want screen and keyboard)
[14:44] <Nia> Problem is it is a Pi Zero and I don't have a USB hub. So I can't really connect anything to it with my current equipment. Is it possible to make the kernel export a core after/during a kernel panic to analyze in GDB or something?
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[14:45] <mfa298> Serial console wouldn't require USB hub, you just need a suitable usb/serial dongle to connect to it from another device
[14:46] <Nia> Right. But I think my wifi dongle is causing the panic. So that's using the USB port.
[14:47] <Nia> Or rather, causing a panic. I don't know if it actually is causing a kernel panic
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[14:47] <Viper168> have you considered plugging it in until it's working then making it headless?
[14:48] <Nia> I sadly don't have an HDMI monitor or TV to plug it into
[14:48] <mfa298> the serial console connects to the uart pins on the gpio header (you may need to enable the serial console in the image), the USB side connects to another machine that runs a serial console app (putty works for that)
[14:48] <mfa298> no USB on the zero is required for that.
[14:49] <Nia> Hmm... I think I'm gonna buy a USB hub. I need it anyway to get it working for what I need it for.
[14:49] <Nia> I also have a case on it which prevents me from using those pins
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[14:49] <Nia> I wanted a case because I didn't want to accidentally give it static shock and destroy some of the hardware
[14:49] <Nia> I've done that with RAM before
[14:50] <mfa298> having something like an ftdi usb/serial dongle that you can use for that sort of thing can be useful for debuging, if the console is enabled you connect it and have a shell login and you can also do magic sysrq stuff if it does crash to possibly get useful stuff out
[14:52] <Nia> Hm... after looking up "FTDI usb/serial dongle", I'm finding it's a device that converts a USB connection to a serial port, which my computer doesn't have.
[14:52] <Nia> But i may be looking at the wrong thing
[14:53] <mfa298> USB on your computer, serial on the Pi.
[14:53] <Nia> Ah so like this?: https://www.adafruit.com/product/70
[14:53] <mfa298> any computer made in the last 20 years should have USB on it
[14:53] <Nia> Oh yeah I have USB ports for sure
[14:53] <Nia> That's not a problem.
[14:54] <mfa298> thats the sort of thing. USB plugs into the PC, the wires go to the Pi (for that you might need to shuffle them around - you only need three of them)
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[15:48] <kihis> umm. how do i configure ntpd to get time from gps device?
[15:50] <gordonDrogon> kihis, it's a generic unix thing, not Linux or Pi specific, however you really need a PPS interface from the GPS, else it will be accurate but not correct.
[15:51] <kihis> gordonDrogon: oh. mmkay
[15:51] <gordonDrogon> so the first thing to work out is if your gps has a pps output.
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[15:53] <gordonDrogon> https://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/viewtopic.php?t=140585&p=931496
[15:53] <gordonDrogon> that may help.
[15:54] <kihis> duh. neo 6m doesnt have pps output :P
[15:55] <kihis> another question: is there a fancy way to attach a phat AND some other things (such as gps module, 1-wire temperature sensors) to zero?
[15:56] <shauno> stacking headers, mostly
[15:56] <kihis> one way is to solder stuff directly to phat, but that's not what i want
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[15:57] <kihis> shauno: ummm. where do i find long pin headers for pi?
[15:58] <shauno> eg https://www.adafruit.com/product/1979 (but doesn't have to be adafruit, it's a very standard part). use it instead of the regular female header on the phat board, and you'll have pins sticking out the phat just like usually stick out the pi
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[16:00] <kihis> shauno: so i solder that to phat and male pins to pi?
[16:01] <shauno> that's one way, yeah. use that on the phat with the female header facing the pi, and the pins sticking out free for another board to go onto
[16:01] <shauno> or as I do, use that on the pizero instead of regular headers, so one side of the board has the normal male-header third parties expect, and the other side has a female header that's easier to tick bare wires into arduino-style
[16:02] <kihis> yeah. thanks :)
[16:02] <shauno> I mean, it's more lego than rocket science :)
[16:03] <kihis> yes :D
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[16:03] <kihis> i was a bit confused because i've soldered female pins to my first zero...
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[16:12] <shauno> hah, I did the same. makes hooking bare wires up much easier, but turns into a nuisance when phats show up with headers already attached. sticking the stacking header on the zero itself gives me both
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[16:50] <kihis> any idea where do i get a completely waterproof custom case to pi? :D
[16:51] <kihis> need to get lcd display to it
[16:51] <kihis> and one ip68 connector
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[16:51] <kihis> (and pi stuff etc)
[16:53] <kihis> 70mm x 100mm x 50mm is absolutely minimum
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[16:55] <gordonDrogon> ip68 isn't too bad to achieve.
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[16:58] <Nia> Okay so it's not a kernel panic. Not sure what's going on actually.
[16:58] <Nia> Trying to get a headless rpi zero online
[16:59] <Nia> It won't connect to the wifi network
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[17:00] <kihis> gordonDrogon: is there any complete cases to mod or should i consider 3d printing?
[17:01] <gordonDrogon> I'd never 3d print something like that. the Pi Weather station is inside such a case - let me see if I can find something online similar.
[17:01] <gordonDrogon> actually, google is turning up millions of results, so just google for it in your country.
[17:01] <kihis> gordonDrogon: thanks :)
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[17:04] <gordonDrogon> you'll want a case with a built in O-Ring closure.
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[17:05] <gordonDrogon> and ifit's just for general outdoors use, then ip67 will be good enough.
[17:05] <kihis> gordonDrogon: yeah. but imo the lcd display is the problem
[17:06] <gordonDrogon> I'd cut a hole, then hot-glue some acrylic into it and mount the lcd behind it.
[17:06] <kihis> grossing: dinghy sailing is not general outdoor use ;)
[17:06] <gordonDrogon> I used to own RIBs and do a lot of scuba diving..
[17:06] <kihis> gordonDrogon: something that was on my mind too. except silicone or polyurethane except hot glue
[17:06] <gordonDrogon> as long as it's not water soluble.
[17:06] <gordonDrogon> or use a completely clear case.
[17:07] <kihis> that might be the answer
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[17:10] <gordonDrogon> https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=waterproof++box+for+arduino&biw=1510&bih=920&tbm=isch&tbo=u&source=univ&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwiYx673xZzSAhWNSxoKHfNzAzUQsAQILQ
[17:10] <gordonDrogon> sorry for the long url - but that might give you ideas - arduino often has more hits for specific stuff.
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[17:11] <Chillum> the "arduino" keyword works for so many things, I swear if you search for "arduino double sided tape" you get extra hits
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[17:12] <shauno> some funny results; this made me grin - https://pbs.twimg.com/media/Cp1dwisWADMHFTG.jpg
[17:13] <kihis> :D
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[17:14] <kihis> https://www.polycase.com/an-04p
[17:14] <Chillum> lulz
[17:14] <gordonDrogon> personally I'd avoid aluminium for salt water stuff...
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[17:15] <gordonDrogon> all sorts of electrolytic corrosion problems if you're not careful.
[17:15] <kihis> there is no salt water in finland
[17:15] <gordonDrogon> ok, so you're sailing on ice :-)
[17:15] <shauno> I'd also look for something with a perspex lid, so you can see the lcd. easiest way to stay waterproof is to not make holes
[17:15] <kihis> but gps might have problems in aluminium case...
[17:16] <lee> hrm, in the PIXEL desktop what's the terminal executable called? it's not xterm, rxvt, terminal, Terminal, LXTerminal...
[17:16] <Chillum> kihis: all the salt went into your surstr�mming?
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[17:16] <kihis> Chillum: i'm from finland, not sweden
[17:16] <Chillum> okay, all their salt went into their surstr�mming
[17:17] <lee> salmiakki then
[17:17] <kihis> :P
[17:17] <Chillum> now that is something I will eat
[17:17] <gordonDrogon> https://www.adafruit.com/product/905
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[17:17] <gordonDrogon> tha'ts only ip66, however tha's good for jets of water rather than extended submersion,.
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[17:20] <kihis> gordonDrogon: maybe...
[17:22] <shauno> alternatively, worry about making the boat waterproof ;)
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[17:23] <kihis> shauno: http://ben.lobaugh.net/blog/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/lightning.jpg
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[17:25] <ShorTie> that is a sail boat normal posistion
[17:25] <shauno> hm. the 2nd gentleman is 'doing it wrong'
[17:25] <gordonDrogon> boat + waterproof = submarine.
[17:26] <Chillum> boat - waterproof = submarine
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[17:27] <kihis> :D
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[17:28] <shauno> only ever sailed 30-50ft (more jeanneau, less dinghy), don't tend to worry about electronics so much. if they're getting wet, you have bigger things to worry about
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[17:28] <Chillum> just stick it in a baggie, boom waterproof
[17:28] <Chillum> works for my phone
[17:28] <kihis> shauno: yeah. i have had 22ft and 27ft boats. but now i have dinghy like that :)
[17:29] <kihis> i'm trying to build a simple display to tell me tilt of the boat, temperature and gps data (speed, course, location, time)
[17:32] <gordonDrogon> tilt is easy. Blue = up the right way, green = upside down.
[17:32] <Chillum> water in a jar is a simple display to tell you the tilt
[17:33] * Chillum is a smart ass in the morning
[17:33] <kihis> gordonDrogon: everything else is easy but getting display to work and finding a perfect case to the project :D
[17:33] <kihis> (display is still somewhere between china and finland)
[17:33] <Chillum> kihis: have you seen nextion displays? It lets you build a nice graphical touch screen interface and the display does all the work, the pi or microcontroller just has to do some low speed serial commands
[17:34] <Chillum> great for displaying data in a nice way
[17:34] <gordonDrogon> the 4D stuff worked like that too.
[17:34] <gordonDrogon> the issue is still water here ...
[17:34] <kihis> Chillum: http://www.buydisplay.com/default/3-4-inch-240x160-dot-matrix-lcd-display-serial-interface-black-on-white
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[17:35] <Chillum> that ribbon connector looks fun to connect to
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[17:36] <Chillum> oh it has SPI too
[17:36] <Chillum> nice
[17:36] <kihis> Chillum: yeah. i ordered a display but forgot to order connector to that ribbon... now waiting another display with connectors
[17:37] <Chillum> I like the nextion because it has its own MCU and memory. It handles the whole interface so you can keep your project's code simple
[17:38] <Chillum> you just issue events to it and receive events from it
[17:38] <Chillum> and tehre is a nice editor that lets you simulate a display so you can test before buying
[17:45] <gordonDrogon> Chillum, how do you program the nextion ? With the 4D displays I had to use their creator thing under MS Windwos.
[17:47] <gordonDrogon> no matter. I've just found their site. it wants an EXE, so I guess it's also Windows only.
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[17:48] <gordonDrogon> I've actually been doing a lot of mimic display stuff in RTB Basic (on a Pi) recently though. Might try to put together some sort of library thing for it.
[17:49] <gordonDrogon> it's quite hard work to get things working that actually look right though - epecially for scaling for different displays.
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[18:02] <Chillum> gordonDrogon: I have had to run it in a virtual machine. I wish it was a more open format
[18:02] <Chillum> but the results are good
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[18:02] <Chillum> once the GUI is designed you don't need it anymore
[18:03] <Chillum> it is not meant for arbitrary displaying of images, just preloaded menus
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[18:07] <gordonDrogon> yea, same as the 4D stuff I worked on a few years back.
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[18:15] <dreamon> hello. Im playing videos with mpv works great. but if resolution not fit I can see textmode stuff on upper and under corner of screen.
[18:16] <dreamon> how can I hidde mpv output text?
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[18:16] <Wizard> mpv > /dev/null
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[18:16] <Wizard> Also it may have some "quiet switch"
[18:17] <dreamon> Wizard, when using > /dev/null I cannot control anymore. all keystrokes are ignored and some stuff is printed. :(
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[18:19] <Wizard> dreamon: Then look for quiet switch
[18:20] <shauno> looks like --quiet (perhaps. it exists, I can't test what it does, but ..)
[18:21] <dreamon> cool → --really-quiet that worked.. Thanks.. search the wrong thing. thought noverbose..
[18:21] <Wizard> :)
[18:21] <Wizard> --msg-level=no - to be extra sure
[18:21] <Wizard> https://mpv.io/manual/master/
[18:22] <Wizard> ok, reboot for another USB boot trial
[18:24] <Wizard> Works :D
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[18:25] <Wizard> Crap, it seems even slower than from CF :<
[18:26] <Wizard> So, the only option would be getting a real harddisk, I presume
[18:27] <Wizard> Or am I wrong and this is Pi3's USB speed fault?
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[18:33] <hackal_> Hi, what exactly does the second parameter mean? bus.write_byte(0x29, 0x80|0x00)
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[18:34] <hackal_> 0x80|0x00
[18:34] <chisight> it means 0x80.
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[18:36] <kihis> why it needs bitwise?
[18:37] <gordonDrogon> I've no idea what this is, but some programmers do stuff like that to indicate a base value + some option bits.
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[18:37] <Giddles> hey ho my lil rpi2 only shows the 4 raspberrys on booting
[18:37] <Giddles> then happen nothing
[18:37] <gordonDrogon> e.g. you might see 0x80 | 0x04 at a later point for example...
[18:37] <Giddles> fist time i get this problem
[18:37] <Giddles> what could caused this?
[18:38] <gordonDrogon> Giddles, kernel/sd corrupt. low voltage. hardware breakage, etc. re-image the SD card.
[18:38] <shauno> yeah, only reason I'd do that was if I Was using other values elsewhere, and wanted them to all look the same for clarity
[18:38] <chisight> or the programmer is paid by the byte of source.
[18:38] <hackal_> gordonDrogon: ok but what it does? Is thet bitwise OR?
[18:38] <Giddles> hmm low voltage i dont think
[18:38] <gordonDrogon> hackal_, in most languages the vertical bar is bitwise OR, yes.
[18:38] <Giddles> a rpi3 boots pefectly
[18:38] <Giddles> hmhm thanks for suppor
[18:38] <Giddles> t
[18:39] <gordonDrogon> Giddles, those are the obvious things...
[18:39] <Giddles> ill test it with a new sd carf if the image would download faster ^^
[18:39] <Giddles> thx for halp
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[18:42] <gordonDrogon> if you have a Pi3 then you could test the SD card in that.
[18:42] <gordonDrogon> that would help eliminate basic hardware issues.
[18:44] <Giddles> ah i put the rootfs on a usb device
[18:44] <Giddles> i only need the card to boot
[18:45] <Giddles> what was the golden rule for swap filez again? ram * 2?
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[18:49] <gordonDrogon> it's not critical antymore.
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[18:49] <gordonDrogon> if you're swapping for your applications, then maybe the Pi isn't the best solution though.
[18:49] <gordonDrogon> however a few dozen MB can help.
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[19:04] <swift110> hey all
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[19:11] <chra94> swift110, you swiftfreeze?
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[20:19] <atomi> you guys think we'll be seeing 1gbe rpi's soon? https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/874883570/marvell-espressobin-board
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[20:20] <ball> atomi: Doubt it
[20:20] <atomi> why?
[20:20] <atomi> if these guys doing the espressobin can do it
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[20:20] <ball> What sort of throughput do they get on their GBE port?
[20:21] <atomi> idk, they're from anaheim, ca
[20:21] <atomi> maybe I'll stop by their shop
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[20:24] <atomi> http://espressobin.net/tech-spec/
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[20:27] <atomi> this thing is a beast
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[20:34] <chra94> atomi, that's a beast
[20:35] <ball> My Raspberry Pi makes my dual-core Atom board seem like a beast but I think that's mostly because I have an awful microSDHC card
[20:37] <ali1234> nah, it's because ARM CPUs are just slow
[20:39] <gordonDrogon> I feel my old Acer Aspire One with 1GB of RAM is slower than a Piv3 with 1GB of RAM, but it's hard to be sure.
[20:40] <gordonDrogon> the AAO has a dreadfully low SSD. probably slower than the Pi's SD.
[20:40] <gordonDrogon> the advantage of the AAO is that it's a laptop. well netbook. you know, screen, keyboard, trackpad in one unit without external wires, etc.
[20:42] <redrabbit> ok
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[20:43] <ball> That sounds like a glacially slow SSD.
[20:43] <redrabbit> eMMC ?
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[20:44] <gordonDrogon> I've no idea.
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[20:45] <shauno> it wouldn't really surprise me if the acer felt slower. intel atom n270? since core 1.6GHz ..
[20:45] <shauno> er, single core, rather
[20:46] <gordonDrogon> yes.
[20:46] <gordonDrogon> 1 core/ht
[20:46] <binaryhermit> and IIRC the n270 is in-order
[20:46] <ball> I have a 230 and 330. Both Diamondville and both run NetBSD/amd64
[20:46] <redrabbit> he i got that same cpu on my NC10
[20:47] <redrabbit> swapped the ram for 2gb
[20:47] <binaryhermit> which makes it slower per clock than your run of the mill x86 chip
[20:47] <redrabbit> fine for cli stuff and text based website
[20:47] <gordonDrogon> it's been a nice little box for what I've used it for though.
[20:47] <redrabbit> that's about ti
[20:47] <binaryhermit> then again, the A53 is also in-order?
[20:47] <gordonDrogon> currently it's a font-end for my bakery Pi and acts as a clock :)
[20:48] <shauno> I'm not sure how you could resist simply naming a bakery pi, pie
[20:48] <redrabbit> i use my to connect to my pi3 setup as a wifi ap then its a cli interface for it
[20:51] <redrabbit> n270 with debian / lxde / chromium runs fine
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[20:55] <redrabbit> tough to source a battery that isnt bad though
[20:56] <gordonDrogon> shauno, it's called beaky-pi - because it's connected to a Beko oven which I call Captain Beaky ... just so you know ;-)
[20:57] <redrabbit> what does it do
[20:57] <gordonDrogon> I have an extra 0.5GB of RAM for my AAO which I need to install at some point.
[20:57] <ball> I like Pie and the Pi.
[20:57] <gordonDrogon> the oven? it's... an oven. it bakes stuff.
[20:57] <gordonDrogon> it's a very cheap domestic 68l fan oven - the Pi controls the temperature.
[20:57] <gordonDrogon> https://projects.drogon.net/raspberry-pi-controlled-oven/
[20:57] * ball thinks about thermocouples.
[20:57] <redrabbit> you did put a second thermostat inside?
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[21:00] <gordonDrogon> there are 3 thermocouples inside.
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[21:00] <redrabbit> i have done the same stuff for my fridge with a digital controller
[21:01] <ball> My oven has fire in it.
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[21:05] <gordonDrogon> I have a firey oven too, but they're harder to control :)
[21:06] <gordonDrogon> next bakery project is a thing called a retarder/proofer - basically a box that can be chilled (to retard bread dough) and heated to proof it. done on a timer.
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[21:36] <s3nd1v0g1us> is using the newer models of pi as an air-gapped machine feasible with the added design features that have implemented in the B; e.g. wifi? or is the pi still somewhat insulated from most malware in that generally malware is designed to infect non ARM devices?
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[21:44] <mfa298> s3nd1v0g1us: quite a bit of the linux malware is script based so can run on most *nix. The main security steps are to remove the pi user and make a new user with strong password.
[21:45] <mfa298> and if you open up ssh to the world ideally put it on a non standard port and key based auth only
[21:45] <H__> that +1
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[22:03] <s3nd1v0g1us> thx
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[22:11] <redrabbit> gordonDrogon: cool project, im into dough making as well : https://cooked.ml/IMG_2565.jpg
[22:11] <redrabbit> i use simple plastic racks to proof the dough
[22:11] <redrabbit> after a fridge rest
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[22:20] <gordonDrogon> redrabbit, ah, origami with glue. aka. ciabatta :-)
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[23:17] <schangmi> Hi
[23:17] <schangmi> I have purchased a raspberry pi mod b a few years ago
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[23:18] <schangmi> today I was wondering how much memory the system is using and when issuing "free" I am finding that it has only a total of 448MB while this raspberry model should have 1GB
[23:18] <schangmi> "dmesg |grep Machine"
[23:18] <schangmi> Machine model: Raspberry Pi Model B Rev 2
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[23:19] <schangmi> so that seems to be a genuine rpi 2B
[23:19] <mfa298> if it's a model B from a few years ago it's probalby only 512MB (or even 256MB) as a model1
[23:19] <schangmi> however cat /proc/cpuinfo shows only one core and I have the following that does not seem to match a rpi2
[23:19] <schangmi> model name: ARMv6-compatible processor rev 7 (v6l)
[23:19] <mfa298> "Pi Model B Rev 2" isn't the same as a Pi2
[23:20] <mfa298> that sounds like a Pi1B
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[23:20] <schangmi> bought in sept 2013
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[23:20] <mfa298> if by few you mean greater than 2 years ago then it can't be a Pi2
[23:21] <shauno> rev2 is like .. Model B 1.2
[23:22] <TTN> hi all :) I'm building a control system for a hyrdoponics setup. Its being driven by a raspberry pi, a relay module and an 7inch touch screen. Can anyone recommend a gui kit to program the interface in? I've had a look at qt4 and kivy. I really like qt4 designers drag and drop style, but I think kivy is the way to go, though I struggle to program with it. Does anyone have other recommendations?
[23:22] <schangmi> ok then it must be a rpi1 B rev 2 then
[23:22] <schangmi> thanks
[23:22] <shauno> rev2 is the special model that really, really made the versioning clear as mud. means there's a 2B and a B2
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[23:23] <schangmi> shauno thanks. Yes, that is very confusing indeed.
[23:23] <mfa298> at that point rev2 probably made sense.
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[23:24] <mfa298> then again there's now a Pi2 rev 2 (or maybe called something else) - Pi2 with the newer SoC
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[23:29] <hackal_> Hi, I am looking over a code that gets data from vl6180 time of flight sensor. I stumbled upon these 3 lines https://github.com/leachj/vl6180_pi/blob/master/src/vl6180_pi.c#L16-L18
[23:30] <hackal_> Why do they call write() in reading operation? Is that how i2c works?
[23:30] <hackal_> My goal is to rewrite this to python using smbus library but all my attempts did not work.
[23:32] <ali1234> s3nd1v0g1us: buy the B model 2.1 if you need to air gap it
[23:34] <HrdwrBoB> hackal_: request data, receive data
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[23:35] <s3nd1v0g1us> ok. thx
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[23:40] <shauno> hackal_: you might want to take a look at sparkfun's library. it's meant for Arduino, but it's much better commented - https://github.com/sparkfun/ToF_Range_Finder_Sensor-VL6180/blob/master/Libraries/Arduino/src/SparkFun_VL6180X.cpp
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[23:41] <hackal_> shauno: thank you, how different is arduino from rpi? Been in the "raspberry industry" only 1 month.
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[23:43] <shauno> in that example, mostly just that all the Wire.* functions aren't in the standard library, but you won't miss them if you're porting to something else anyway
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[23:44] <shauno> I mean, the short answer is that yes, i2c is bidirectional when it reads. the master writes an address for the device, and an address for the register it wants to read from, and then wait for the slave to respond
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[23:45] <shauno> but that particular device seems to rely on a lot of 'magic numbers' when it's initialized, and sparkfun's source seems to do a more readable job of explaining what it's doing and why
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[23:48] <ali1234> sparkfun's code isn't much better than adafruit's code
[23:49] <ali1234> also Wire works nothing like how linux smbus works
[23:49] <hackal_> hmm I am little less confused but still not sure if I get it exactly. Where can I see the implementation of Wire.write function in sparkfuns example?
[23:49] <hackal_> ali1234: yeah I see now.
[23:49] <ali1234> you cant and you dont want to because it wont work on a raspberry pi
[23:50] <ali1234> i mean you could look at it, it's in the wire repo somewhere
[23:50] <hackal_> yeah, I do not want to use the exact wire implementation on rpi, I just want to know where it writes
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[23:50] <ali1234> it writes to the i2c output buffer
[23:52] <ali1234> i ported this sparkfun library to pi: https://github.com/sparkfun/SparkFun_APDS-9960_Sensor_Arduino_Library
[23:53] <ali1234> this is what it looks like afterwards: https://github.com/ali1234/apds9960d
[23:53] <ali1234> i say ported but really i rewrote almost the whole thing
[23:54] <hackal_> Thank you, I think I need to read more about how i2c works. Would you suggest any resources. I am looking at https://learn.sparkfun.com/tutorials/i2c right now.
[23:54] <ali1234> first ignore anything written by sparkfun or adafruit
[23:54] <ali1234> second, get the datasheet for your device
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[23:56] <hackal_> yes, I have that
[23:57] <ali1234> third, i2c has more in common with USB than it does with serial
[23:57] <ali1234> but since you probably dont know how USB works, that isn't going to mean much
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[23:59] <ali1234> link to datasheet?
[23:59] <hackal_> http://www.st.com/content/ccc/resource/technical/document/datasheet/c4/11/28/86/e6/26/44/b3/DM00112632.pdf/files/DM00112632.pdf/jcr:content/translations/en.DM00112632.pdf

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