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IRC Log for 2017-03-07

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[0:00] * eurodata (~eurodata@77-40-192-110.dsl.no.powertech.net) has joined #raspberrypi
[0:00] <eurodata> hi
[0:00] <Smeef> FreqShow is a PITA and doesn't seem to actually put out audio
[0:00] <eurodata> is there a way to hide the running window from autostart?
[0:01] <Smeef> euordata: You mean the splash screen with the Pi logo?
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[0:03] <Zardoz> Smeef: https://github.com/recalbox/recalbox-os/issues/358
[0:03] <Smeef> There's an option in Preferences > Raspberry Pi Configuration to enable or disable the Splash Screen
[0:04] <Smeef> Zardoz: Thanks!
[0:04] <eurodata> Smeef: I mean I have @lxterminal -e and some commands on startup
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[0:04] <Smeef> Oh, then ┐('~')┌
[0:04] <Zardoz> thats a nice list too
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[0:05] <eurodata> Smeef: specifically omxplayer, with the --blank flag , and I have a script that goes throught a folder of videos, but there is a brief momen between the videoes, where the blank is of and then you can see the terminal window...
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[0:06] <eurodata> Smeef: maybe there is another way to run a command in the autostart file without running it through lxterminal..... just as a command to the system?
[0:07] <Smeef> eurodata: No idea, maybe someone with more lxterminal lxperience can chime in
[0:07] <eurodata> Smeef: ok, seen the man for lxtemrinal, not too extensive
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[0:39] <JaredCE> good evening. So I just received my Zero W and I haven't a clue how to get it running, lol. I don't have a mini HDMI cable, but i do have a willing windows 10 laptop
[0:40] <ali1234> do you have a pi 3?
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[0:42] <JaredCE> @ali1234 i do not
[0:42] <ali1234> do you have a wifi?
[0:42] <JaredCE> yes
[0:42] <ali1234> do you have a USB stick?
[0:42] <JaredCE> i do
[0:43] <hmoney> ezpz
[0:43] <ali1234> can you wipe it?
[0:43] <JaredCE> sure
[0:43] <ali1234> is it bigger than 4GB?
[0:43] <JaredCE> can't remember, let me dig it out
[0:43] <oq> why does he need a usb stick?
[0:43] <hmoney> ali where are you going with this?
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[0:43] <hmoney> he needs a micro usb card and a micro usb adapter to plug into his laptop
[0:43] <ali1234> yes
[0:43] <hmoney> micro sd card*
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[0:44] <oq> people here usually mean a thumb drive when they say usb stick
[0:44] <JaredCE> so i have the micro sd card already in my pi
[0:44] <ali1234> so he writes raspbian image to SD card, puts it in to the pi zero, boots it, then what?
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[0:44] <hmoney> ?
[0:44] <ali1234> it doesn't have ethernet and wifi is not configured, so what now?
[0:44] <hmoney> he puts a wpa_supplicant.conf file in the boot directory as well as a ssh file
[0:45] <oq> he write an empty ssh file to the fat32 partition along with a wpa_supplicant.conf file with his wifi details
[0:45] <hmoney> doesnt need a usb stick at all...
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[0:45] <oq> hmoney: jinx
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[0:45] <ali1234> i didn't know you could put wpa_supplicant.conf on the fat partition
[0:45] <hmoney> jared download raspbian or raspbian lite and plug the micro sd card into your laptop
[0:45] <hmoney> yep
[0:46] <JaredCE> ok cool
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[0:46] <ali1234> so yo just need an editor that supports unix line endings
[0:46] <hmoney> https://www.raspberrypi.org/downloads/raspbian/
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[0:47] <JaredCE> downloading.
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[0:47] <JaredCE> think i need to find my micro sd adaptor
[0:47] <hmoney> https://notepad-plus-plus.org/repository/7.x/7.3.2/npp.7.3.2.Installer.x64.exe
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[0:47] <hmoney> ^ that's an option for creating the files you will need
[0:48] <oq> the problem with all of this of course is that it'll be a pain in the bum to debug, if you it doesn't like your wifi network for some reason you won't be able to find out why
[0:48] <hmoney> jared you also need to download sdformatter as well as win32diskimager
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[0:49] <hmoney> https://www.sdcard.org/downloads/formatter_4/eula_windows/index.html <-- sd formatter
[0:50] <oq> why does he need the sd card formatter
[0:50] <hmoney> https://sourceforge.net/projects/win32diskimager/files/latest/download
[0:50] <oq> win32diskimager will take care of the partitions and whatnot
[0:50] <hmoney> sd card prob shipped with noobs, and either way i dont trust someone handing me an OS
[0:50] <hmoney> according to raspberrypi's own website, they suggest formatting the sdcard before installing raspbian on it
[0:51] <hmoney> i've just always done that
[0:51] <JaredCE> i believe it did
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[0:51] <hmoney> takes 5 seconds with sdformatter anyways
[0:52] * redrabbit neved formated
[0:52] <JaredCE> i now have everything
[0:52] <hmoney> jared you have the microsd card in the adapter and plugged into pc
[0:52] <hmoney> as well as all the downloads?
[0:53] <bedah> .oO(get a linux pc or distro, makes sd handling easier)
[0:53] * hmoney disagrees
[0:54] <redrabbit> not really
[0:54] <redrabbit> its the same
[0:54] <JaredCE> ok all plugged in
[0:54] <hmoney> i mean typing 'touch /blah/blah/ssh' is easier
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[0:54] <hmoney> k
[0:54] <hmoney> does the microsd card show up in your 'this pc'
[0:54] <redrabbit> win32diskimager beeing faster than dd usually
[0:54] <hmoney> as a new drive?
[0:55] <redrabbit> had 0 issues with it
[0:55] <JaredCE> shows up as Recovery
[0:55] <Zythyr> Need help. I want to use RPi for 3D printing. How can I display my desired image in full screen mode? I want to use SVG file as my image.
[0:55] <JaredCE> on F:
[0:55] <hmoney> k
[0:55] <hmoney> so firstly open sdformatter
[0:56] <JaredCE> aye
[0:56] <redrabbit> not necessary
[0:56] <hmoney> make sure it shows drive F, click option -> format full -> format size adjustment on
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[0:56] <hmoney> redrabbit: maybe, but it's what i've always done and this step takes like 5 seconds...
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[0:56] <redrabbit> doesnt mean anyone else should do it
[0:56] <redrabbit> can't hurt.. probably
[0:57] <hmoney> https://www.raspberrypi.org/documentation/installation/sdxc_formatting.md
[0:57] <hmoney> also suggested by raspberry pi foundation themselves
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[0:57] <redrabbit> i don't know what it does since you put a disk image after
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[0:58] <JaredCE> Full Erase?
[0:58] <hmoney> ye
[0:59] <JaredCE> ok done
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[0:59] <hmoney> k
[1:00] <hmoney> next, unzip or unrar your raspbian download
[1:01] <hmoney> followed by opening win32diskimager -> click little blue folder icon and find the raspbian image you just unzipped -> confirm drive letter is 'f' -> click write
[1:01] <mfa298> hmoney: that page talks about needing to use sd formatter for noobs on large sd cards, not for writing the raspbian image
[1:01] <hmoney> ya mfa i read that
[1:02] <hmoney> regardless we're back to what i initially said, 'it takes 5 seconds and cant hurt'
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[1:03] <hmoney> also it puts it as a fat32 format
[1:03] <BurtyB> hmoney, thanks, I hope you have fun with it :)
[1:03] <hmoney> burtyb: i will :)
[1:03] <oq> iirc the only reason you should need to use the sdcard formatter is if you've messed around a lot on the card and accidently gotten rid of the hidden parts they use for optmisation
[1:03] <hmoney> oq: they are suggesting that the win32diskimager will already do a full wipe
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[1:04] <hmoney> so the sdformatter is redundant, but oh well
[1:04] <oq> hmoney: it should
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[1:04] <oq> it's the same as dd
[1:04] <mfa298> if your writing the image with win32diskimager then the sdformatter step is pointless, all it acheieves is wasting 5 (or more) seconds. it does nothing useful
[1:04] <redrabbit> i repared "broken" cards with w32img
[1:04] * hmoney enjoys wasting 5 seconds :/
[1:04] <redrabbit> ᴖᴗᴖ
[1:05] <hmoney> burtyb: want to throw in your lowest denomination coin with the package for me to give to my grandpa? <3
[1:05] * hmoney promises not to throw it at redrabbit
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[1:06] <redrabbit> harhar
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[1:07] <hmoney> only painted rocks for you
[1:07] <hmoney> jaredCE: you writing the raspbian img?
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[1:09] <JaredCE> sorry, Yes i am
[1:09] <hmoney> k, in the mean time you can setup your two files needed
[1:09] <JaredCE> about half way through
[1:09] <hmoney> install/open the notepad++
[1:10] <JaredCE> aye
[1:10] <hmoney> done
[1:10] <hmoney> ?
[1:11] <JaredCE> yep
[1:11] <hmoney> create one file called wpa_supplicant.conf
[1:11] <hmoney> https://www.raspberrypi.org/documentation/configuration/wireless/wireless-cli.md
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[1:11] <hmoney> go to that link, look for this line "Go to the bottom of the file and add the following:"
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[1:12] <hmoney> and copy/paste what's below that into the file
[1:12] <redrabbit> what model of pi are you setting up
[1:12] <hmoney> the network= part
[1:12] <hmoney> raspi zero w
[1:12] <redrabbit> oh lucky you
[1:12] <hmoney> headless
[1:12] <hmoney> him not me
[1:12] <redrabbit> waiting for mine
[1:12] <redrabbit> yea lucky him
[1:13] <hmoney> im not in a rush for a w, i still have four zeros doing nada (until my clusterhat from burtyb gets here)
[1:13] <redrabbit> was the right move to get one asap after the announce
[1:13] <JaredCE> hoping to get a vpn running on mine
[1:13] <hmoney> i'll replace a dakboard setup with a v1.3 zero and wifi dongle with a zero w eventually
[1:14] <redrabbit> from wirelesslan ?
[1:14] <redrabbit> :c
[1:14] <redrabbit> id go cable for that
[1:14] <hmoney> i'd not use a raspi for vpn :x
[1:14] <JaredCE> aye, i'll see how it goes on wireless
[1:14] <redrabbit> works fine for a vpn
[1:14] <hmoney> jared you setup that file?
[1:14] <redrabbit> wired
[1:15] <hmoney> obviously you needed to change the ssid to your routers and the pw to your 2.4 ghz wireless pw
[1:15] <BurtyB> hmoney, hmm did you buy from me or a reseller?
[1:15] <hmoney> burtyb: from you on ebay
[1:15] <hmoney> shipping to texas
[1:15] <hmoney> i setup a vpn in my asus AC router's config
[1:16] <hmoney> get full bandwidth over vpn that way
[1:16] <hmoney> vs the pi's limitations
[1:16] <JaredCE> ok done the file
[1:16] <hmoney> k
[1:16] <hmoney> second file should be named 'ssh'
[1:16] <hmoney> no .txt, nothing inside the file
[1:16] <redrabbit> yeah it depends on your bandwidth need
[1:16] <hmoney> literally just create a file called ssh and then save
[1:17] <JaredCE> done
[1:17] <hmoney> k
[1:17] <JaredCE> also write is done
[1:17] <BurtyB> hmoney, ah a different name to the nick :)
[1:17] <hmoney> k jared so click exit on win32diskimager
[1:17] <JaredCE> aye
[1:17] <hmoney> then while the sd card is still mounted
[1:18] <hmoney> copy both files to the pi's directory
[1:18] <hmoney> (not inside any folders, just to f:/
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[1:18] <JaredCE> done
[1:18] <hmoney> then you should be able to safely remove the microsd, then remove it, then put it in the zero, then attach power
[1:19] <hmoney> lastly: download putty https://the.earth.li/~sgtatham/putty/latest/w64/putty-64bit-0.68-installer.msi
[1:20] <hmoney> lol at that domain name, but it was taken from puttys website :/
[1:20] <hmoney> burtyb: what do you mean?
[1:20] <redrabbit> just got a second orange pi zero and a opi one as well
[1:20] <redrabbit> setting it up with a webcam
[1:20] <hmoney> with motioneyeos?
[1:21] <JaredCE> ok done
[1:21] <redrabbit> its tight hardware wise
[1:21] <redrabbit> like the csi have little clips
[1:21] <redrabbit> to attach the cables
[1:21] <redrabbit> its neat
[1:21] <hmoney> jared- you put the sd card into the pi and gave it power?
[1:21] <JaredCE> sure have
[1:21] <hmoney> k
[1:21] <hmoney> lastly, you need to find the pi's IP address
[1:21] <JaredCE> and putty installed
[1:22] <hmoney> log into your router and figure out what ip it was given
[1:22] <hmoney> ie:192.168.1.30
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[1:25] <hmoney> once you have the ip just open putty -> type the pi's IP into 'host name or IP address', click open (or press enter), username is pi, password is raspberry.
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[1:28] <JaredCE> humm i don't think it's connected
[1:28] <hmoney> is there a green LED blinking on the pi?
[1:28] <JaredCE> not blinking
[1:28] <hmoney> then check your power
[1:28] <JaredCE> just a green led on
[1:28] <hmoney> oh
[1:29] <hmoney> k that still means it's on
[1:29] <hmoney> then you probably somehow goofed on the ssh file, and/or didnt create the wpa_supplicant.conf file correctly
[1:29] <hmoney> also, you did edit the wpa_supplicant that i linked to with your own wifi login, correct?
[1:30] <JaredCE> i did
[1:31] <JaredCE> oh it's set as Windows CR/LF?
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[1:35] <hmoney> ?
[1:35] <JaredCE> the file encoding?
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[1:36] <hmoney> in notepad++?
[1:36] <JaredCE> yes
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[1:38] <hmoney> it's possible that's your issue, i'd still put the sd card back into your windows computer and double check your wpa_supplicant and ssh file though
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[1:39] <ShorTie> make sure it's not ssh.txt
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[1:40] <hmoney> ^^
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[1:43] <JaredCE> it's not... hmmm
[1:43] <JaredCE> still not having any of it
[1:44] <ShorTie> it takes a few for ssh to come up
[1:44] <hmoney> well he has to see the pi in his router first
[1:44] <hmoney> to get the ip for ssh
[1:45] <BurtyB> hmoney, as in I didn't see an order from a hmoney
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[1:45] <JaredCE> yeah it's not shoing up on my list of devices
[1:46] <hmoney> burtyb: i messaged you
[1:46] <hmoney> in irc
[1:46] <hmoney> jaredce: okay let's try this
[1:46] <hmoney> put your sd card back into windows laptop
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[1:46] <hmoney> delete the wpa_supplicant.conf file as well as the ssh file
[1:46] <hmoney> download winscp and try creating them in that
[1:46] <redrabbit> listing devices on the router can be unreliable depending on the router
[1:46] <redrabbit> on my netgeat its meh
[1:46] <hmoney> i just tried and winscp definitely creates the correct files
[1:48] <hmoney> eh my asus router is pretty good about telling me something connected to the network ;)
[1:48] <redrabbit> yeah, i would assume its not always the case so maybe his device is up
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[1:48] <redrabbit> and would show in nmap
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[1:49] <hmoney> what command would he use?
[1:49] <redrabbit> nmap
[1:49] <hmoney> nvm i read netstat
[1:49] <JaredCE> anyway i have winscp
[1:49] <hmoney> prob could even download a free app if he had an android phone to see if it's up too
[1:50] <redrabbit> nmap is on windows as well
[1:51] <JaredCE> how do i create them in winscp?
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[1:52] <redrabbit> http://angryip.org/download/
[1:52] <redrabbit> just found this
[1:52] <redrabbit> looks cool
[1:52] <hmoney> on the left side of winscp you should be able to right click -> new -> file and just type 'ssh' and then again and do 'wpa_supplicant.conf'
[1:52] <hmoney> then open the .conf and put
[1:53] <redrabbit> ugh it needs java
[1:53] <redrabbit> :c
[1:53] <hmoney> https://www.raspberrypi.org/documentation/configuration/wireless/wireless-cli.md that edited for your ssid/pw
[1:54] <JaredCE> winscp is asking me to login to something
[1:54] <JaredCE> does it matter if my SSID has space sin?
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[1:56] <hmoney> yes
[1:56] <JaredCE> oh?
[1:57] <redrabbit> i tried the scanner on the link above
[1:57] <hmoney> im trying to google where i found the answer before
[1:57] <redrabbit> works fine
[1:57] <hmoney> yes but he just said his ssid has spaces..
[1:57] <redrabbit> you can scan for ips with 22 port open
[2:00] <JaredCE> hmmm i might have to head to bed, it's 1am
[2:00] <hmoney> not a lot of good info on ssid with spaces man
[2:00] <hmoney> one guy suggests bringing a baseball bat to the sysadmin
[2:00] <redrabbit> works fine
[2:00] <redrabbit> "ssid with spaces"
[2:01] <hmoney> ye people said that did not work
[2:01] <hmoney> i guess try anyways
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[2:01] <redrabbit> never had an issue
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[2:02] <JaredCE> i'm the sysadmin
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[2:02] <JaredCE> ok i might be home earlier tomorrow and might bring my macbook home with me, give it a try then
[2:03] <hmoney> ok good luck
[2:03] <JaredCE> thank you so much for your help so far
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[2:16] <hmoney> :(
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[2:29] <hmoney> im setting up docker and ghost on a raspi zero to play around with a super-low-traffic website
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[3:30] <IanTLopp> I'm trying to get a 5" 640x480 display for a raspberrypi project I have, and I've found a display without the controller board, that supports direct rgb, where would I find some useful info on how to adapt the two? the display is: http://www.ebay.com/itm/5-Origianl-Innolux-TFT-LCD-Display-Screen-SJ050NA-08A-640x480-/361750095367?hash=item5439fc6607:g:sXcAAOSwzaJX7OLj
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[3:36] <oq> IanTLopp: without the controller board it's useless
[3:36] <IanTLopp> oh... okay.
[3:37] <IanTLopp> I was hoping that direct access would be a better option, since the controller boards on these things are massive :(
[3:37] <oq> IanTLopp: you're better off finding a screen with others have successfully used with pis before
[3:37] <oq> *which others
[3:38] <IanTLopp> except apparently NOONE likes the 640x480 displays...
[3:38] <IanTLopp> can't find ANY decent displays... anywhere around 5" immediately jumps up to 800x480 which i can't use.
[3:39] <oq> that's unfortunate
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[3:59] <IanTLopp> quite so- which is why I'm trying to figure out how to work with my own displays - alibaba is a hit or miss resource, often requiring purchases of dozens or even hundreds of displays, and more often than not, not knowing what they have.
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[4:04] <physpi> Anyone know of any good IRCbot's that would be good for a RaspberryPi?
[4:05] <physpi> Preferably be able to run them by only adjusting the config
[4:05] <physpi> I tried cloudbot and skybot, but they didn't seem to work
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[4:05] <cromulent> Limnoria is pretty awesome. i have no idea if it runs on a pi but it fits the other requirement
[4:05] <cromulent> it's used in quite a few channels on freenode
[4:05] <IanTLopp> oq - also, and much more difficultly, I'm trying to find a 1.8" 320x240 display - I know they exist, as I've seen devices with them, but i can't find the actual displays ANYWHERE... adafruit display won't cut it for me.
[4:06] <oq> IanTLopp: think all the high density stuff ends up being used for phones
[4:06] <physpi> cromulent: what language is it in?
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[4:06] <IanTLopp> or OLD MP4 players.
[4:07] <physpi> ooooooooooohhhhhhh python
[4:07] <physpi> thank you cromulent <3
[4:07] <cromulent> yw
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[4:09] <IanTLopp> oq: good example for alibaba here (this is damn near their gold standard) https://www.alibaba.com/product-detail/640x480-tft-lcd-display-640x480-lcd_60431796028.html visually the display is not even close to 4:3 even though they say it's 640x480... what's worse, later on down the site, it shows "dots" as 600x480.
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[4:09] <oq> IanTLopp: you've also got to order 500 of them
[4:10] <IanTLopp> exactly... which is why when I came across the ebay item of a display I can readily identify foots the bill, I was quite excited - but requires controller board... so.
[4:11] <oq> damn this is sexy http://imgur.com/a/c9C8t
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[4:12] <IanTLopp> the closest alternative I can find is in the UK only and it says it's for the Banana PI https://www.amazon.co.uk/Screen-640x480-Lemaker-Guitar-Banana/dp/B00WMV5J2Y
[4:13] <IanTLopp> oq: that is a bit of awesome, yes.
[4:13] <IanTLopp> if only I could easily get rid of that camera adapter
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[4:13] <oq> yank it off?
[4:14] <IanTLopp> that would be suboptimal
[4:14] <IanTLopp> soldering and wicking is the only viable option, really...
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[4:15] <IanTLopp> but I'd rather just find a couple of 1.2's and noone seems willing to part, or trade for 1.3's
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[4:27] <physpi> oq: I ended up just trying a fork of the cloudbot
[4:27] <physpi> essentially gonzobot from snoonet, since it is so fully featured
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[7:32] <Apicalis> Hey dudes and dudettes
[7:33] <phil42> hola
[7:34] <Apicalis> Can somebody help me with HDMI Signals? There is a well known issue that my old Philips 42PFL8404 TV only supports the 4:4:4 RGB Format. My Pine64 (something similar to a raspberry with more power) only puts out YUV 4:2:0 and it appearently can't be changed :/
[7:34] <Apicalis> Does anybody know if there are Pixel Format convertes, couldnt find anything :/
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[7:44] <Xark> Apicalis: You mean graphics formats? Perhaps ImagaMagik or even Gimp?
[7:46] <Apicalis> I mean the Pixel Format "inside" the HDMI Signal
[7:47] <Apicalis> When i watch movies my Raspberry Pi works perfectly fine but my Pine64 Board has these color inversion issues. And it's 100% because the TV can't handle anything else than 4:4:4 RGB format, it's a well known issue that has never been fixed by the devs
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[7:48] <Apicalis> And it's really sad since the Pine64 Board is a great thing, being able to watch 4K movies without buffering etc. using android ...
[7:50] * Xark tossed his Pine64 into the back of the closet...
[7:54] <redrabbit> do you guys ever had corruption on micro sd after hard reboot
[7:54] <redrabbit> like hard power cuts
[7:55] <Xark> redrabbit: Yes, it is a significant problem.
[7:55] <redrabbit> my pis got rebooted like that multiple times (accidentally or not) and so far never had an issue
[7:55] <Chillum> yes
[7:55] <Xark> redrabbit: Use a UPS, or make SD card read-only and use USB HDD or other as root media.
[7:55] <Chillum> it happens when the voltage dips as it writes
[7:56] <redrabbit> usually id rather avoid it but sometimes you mess up a headless config and need to pull the card out
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[7:56] <redrabbit> so do you guys ever experienced it ?
[7:56] <redrabbit> what's it like
[7:58] <redrabbit> other example is a pi that is battery powered
[7:58] <redrabbit> sometimes the battery goes off without a proper shutdown
[7:58] <Apicalis> Xark you should check out the current builds by Ayufan. The pine is working pretty good right now after they figured out a lot of issues
[8:00] <Xark> Apicalis: Glad to hear that. I'll try to revisit it.
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[8:01] <Apicalis> Dont know about the current linux builds, heard they made a lot of progress. But the Android Images are already running quite good. Only Problem is my TV as i mentioned. Otherwise i could use all the features i wanted right now on it :(
[8:01] <redrabbit> i heard it existed and it was bad but never experienced it nor heard someone complaining here
[8:01] <Apicalis> Like Netflix, Youtube, Kodi, Amazon video ....
[8:03] <redrabbit> does the pi beeing active on the card makes a diff
[8:03] <redrabbit> like if the pi is idling is it more ok than if it was like writing
[8:03] <redrabbit> i guess its like a loto cause it could be writing anytime
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[8:17] <redrabbit> looks like corruption is reported on ancient versions of the pi
[8:17] <redrabbit> i never had a problem with the pi3 or pi0
[8:18] <Lartza> Xark, The problem doesn't seem to be as big as it used to be
[8:18] <Lartza> Maybe there are less kernel panics etc nowadays :P
[8:19] <redrabbit> i didnt experienced it once
[8:19] <Lartza> I definetly have still experienced SD corruption in the past year but it's nothing like the early days
[8:19] <Lartza> :)
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[8:49] <password4> i gotta say , i love the tiny 3cm fans you get for the rpi
[8:50] <password4> i wonder how much of a difference they actually make?
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[8:59] <Maturion> Hi all, I bought a Raspberry Pi 3 and got it online via WLAN. However, it's always losing connection after some time. I have already disabled power saving options
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[9:03] <Maturion> someone got any ideas?
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[9:10] <nevodka> Maturion is it just signal loss?
[9:10] <nevodka> or an issue with the service
[9:10] <Maturion> I don't think it's signal loss, it's positioned right next to my WLAN router
[9:11] <Younder> Without knowing more read this: http://www.tldp.org/HOWTO/Wireless-HOWTO.html If that doesn't work at least You might have some more specific info.
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[9:12] <Maturion> the point is, I can't really do anything on my pi after it loses connection. I always connect via SSH
[9:13] <Maturion> i absolutely think it's a service issue, when I'm actively downloading something with my Pi, it won't lose connection so fast
[9:13] <Maturion> it always happens when I do nothing on it
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[9:14] <Maturion> however, I -have- disabled power-save mode using this guide: https://www.kuerbis.org/2016/03/raspberry-pi-3-kurztipps-wlan-sleep-mode-verhindern/
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[9:16] <Younder> https://wiki.debian.org/WiFi/HowToUse
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[9:17] <Maturion> well, I have set it up already. getting online is not the problem. Staying online is the problem
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[9:47] <hypermist> could i use 18650's to power a pi0 ?
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[10:01] <ScrumpyJack> morning. anyone seen a rpi zero-w wifi howto? rpi forums and google don't turn up much
[10:03] <password4> hypermist: sure
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[10:03] <hypermist> what sort of stuff would i need to be able to do it ?
[10:03] <password4> i small buck converter would be needed though
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[10:07] <mfa298> ScrumpyJack: not really sure what you want from a howto, but most of the stuff will be distribution specific rather than model specific
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[10:42] <Apicalis> I like turtles
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[10:52] <ScrumpyJack> mfa298: currently using debian jessie, but i'm more interested in the hardware specifics. stuff like is the wifi hardware described in a dtbo? do i need a specific kernel module for the wifi chip, do i need to cut firmware from a blob or can i just grab it somewhere? can wpa_supplicant call the device (nl80211, wext or something else)
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[10:53] <ShorTie> it's been pushed into linux's firmware
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[11:07] <mfa298> ScrumpyJack: its probably the same wifi device as the pi3b
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[11:20] <Lartza> Someone is trying to hack me again by uploading a php file to an open file upload page and expecting it to run, cute
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[11:31] <cccyRegeaneWolfe> Lartza: Most probably a automated script randomly trying its luck
[11:32] <Lartza> yup most likely
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[11:37] <Younder> I set up a wireless connection by setting up network={..} in wpa_supplicant.conf asi in www.raspberrypi.org/documentation/configuration/wireless/wireless-cli.md. But the address I get is 169.254.28.96/16 no a private IP as in 192.168.x.x/24. Why?
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[11:39] <Younder> It looks like it took the ip from my provider instead of the local router
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[11:40] <BurtyB> that's an apipa address - it's automatically added if it can't find a dhcp server
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[11:42] <Younder> well my other devices see the dhcp server
[11:42] <mfa298> Younder: most likely cause might be that there's something odd in your wpa_supplicant file so it's not actually connecting to the wifi network properly
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[11:47] <Younder> Can't see anything http://paste.lisp.org/+7AYU.
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[11:56] <mfa298> Younder: you might need some " around the psk string (similar to the ssid line)
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[11:57] <mfa298> then try looking at logs (/var/log/daemon.log) or find out how to use wpa_cli (try "wpa_cli status" as a start)
[12:01] <Younder> Well I regenerated the psk (wpa_passphrase) and it works now. Thanks!
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[12:02] <Younder> seems ssid is case insensitive unlike wpa_passphrase
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[12:42] <bub_> How long does a sd-card usually last on a raspberrypi? 24/7 uptime
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[12:45] <ShorTie> nobody knows
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[12:47] <shiftplusone> bub_: somewhere between a second and 20 years, depending on the card in question, I'd guess.
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[12:50] <bub_> better use compute module then
[12:51] <ShorTie> improper power is the biggest sdcard killer
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[12:54] <shiftplusone> I'd go for a card with a track record of reliability and a decent power supply
[12:55] <shiftplusone> If it absolutely must not fail ever then running from memory or squashfs is the way to go
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[13:29] <ScrumpyJack> i see my AP with iwlist wlan0 scanning, but i can't connect to it with wpa_supplicant (nl80211 driver)
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[13:34] <nevodka> ScrumpyJack is it just a wpa2 home network
[13:34] <nevodka> wpa_supplicant -D wext,nl80211 -i wlan0 -c <(wpa_passphrase "ssid" "pass") &
[13:35] <ScrumpyJack> yeah. i'm past that stage
[13:35] <nevodka> dhcpd wlan0
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[13:35] <nevodka> dhcpcd*
[13:35] <ScrumpyJack> I'm not connecting to the AP though
[13:35] <ScrumpyJack> here is some debu
[13:35] <ScrumpyJack> g
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[13:36] <nevodka> yeah whats wpa saying
[13:36] <nevodka> do you have an instance already running
[13:36] <nevodka> or a network manager service running
[13:36] <ScrumpyJack> wlan0: 0: $MAC_ADDRESS_OF_AP ssid='ref-net' wpa_ie_len=0 rsn_ie_len=20 caps=0x411 level=-39
[13:36] <ScrumpyJack> wlan0: skip - blacklisted (count=1 limit=0)
[13:36] <nevodka> do ps -ef | grep wpa_supp
[13:36] <ScrumpyJack> wlan0: No APs found - clear blacklist and try again
[13:37] <ScrumpyJack> nevodka: you think another wpa_supp might be running?
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[13:37] <nevodka> if you have some network manager service enabled then yes that can happen
[13:37] <nevodka> and interferes
[13:38] <ScrumpyJack> i kill the managed wpa before starting
[13:38] <nevodka> did you stop the systemd service
[13:39] <ScrumpyJack> no systemd here. just init starting network scripts
[13:39] <nevodka> oh
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[13:40] <ScrumpyJack> i'll comment the network scripts out and reboot
[13:40] <nevodka> you can just stop the service
[13:40] <nevodka> or whateva
[13:41] <Apicalis> Sorry i just gonna copy what i wrote this morning. Maybe someone has some input now
[13:41] <Apicalis> [07:34] <Apicalis> Can somebody help me with HDMI Signals? There is a well known issue that my old Philips 42PFL8404 TV only supports the 4:4:4 RGB Format. My Pine64 (something similar to a raspberry with more power) only puts out YUV 4:2:0 and it appearently can't be changed :/ [07:34] <Apicalis> Does anybody know if there are Pixel Format convertes, couldnt find anything :/
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[13:47] <ScrumpyJack> random: Got 6/20 bytes from /dev/random
[13:48] <ScrumpyJack> random: Got 6/14 bytes from /dev/random
[13:48] <ScrumpyJack> random: Got 6/8 bytes from /dev/random
[13:48] <ScrumpyJack> and then
[13:48] <ScrumpyJack> wlan0: BSS: Remove id 0 BSSID $MAC_ADDRESS_OF_AP SSID 'ref-net' due to wpa_bss_flush_by_age
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[13:48] <ScrumpyJack> is it taking too long to get entropy from /dev/random?
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[13:49] <ScrumpyJack> just got "random: Got 2/2 bytes from /dev/random"
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[13:50] <ScrumpyJack> ok the blacklist thing is a red herring
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[14:20] <bub_> what would be the best strategy to use for using a raspberry pi 3 for industrial environments, where we're talking years of uptime.. lots of logging to database etc..
[14:20] <bub_> "don't use raspberry pi" ? :)
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[14:21] <Capo_di_capo> hey guys i have a sim 800 gsm board but i dont seem to be able to see it in ifconfig or lsusb
[14:21] <Capo_di_capo> i have this board https://www.modmypi.com/raspberry-pi/breakout-boards/raspberry-pi-sim800-gsm-breakout-board
[14:21] <Capo_di_capo> is there anything special i need to do to get this working on the pi2 ?
[14:22] <shiftplusone> bub_: I have met plenty of people who use raspberry pi in industrial setting and are happy with it. Hell, raspberry pi peripherals are programmed using raspberry pis. It's a matter of how you set it up.
[14:23] <Capo_di_capo> it should be a plug and play solution but im not sure if i need to fiddle with the startupline.txt file
[14:23] <shiftplusone> bub_: as far as strategy, don't write unless you have to, dump over network if you can. If you're logging a lot, consider logging to a USB HDD.
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[14:27] <bub_> Ok, ty all
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[14:32] <BurtyB> Capo_di_capo, iirc it talks over the uart
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[14:34] <GekkePrutser> Capo_di_capo: it uses serial indeed
[14:34] <GekkePrutser> I have the same board
[14:34] <GekkePrutser> In fact what I'm typing now goes over it :)
[14:35] <GekkePrutser> It's a pretty nice one, you can set it up to autoconnect and offer PPP so you don't have to handle the dialup process
[14:35] <GekkePrutser> Once you set it up you can just set up the PPP in /etc/network/interfaces and it'll autoconnect
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[14:36] <GekkePrutser> You'll need to install minicom (for doing the initial setup) and ppp
[14:36] <GekkePrutser> and pppd I think
[14:36] <Capo_di_capo> im trying to use sakis3g at the moment
[14:36] <GekkePrutser> It's actually easier than getting a 3G USB dongle to work (because of that USB modeswitching they do and because of the dialup script)
[14:37] <GekkePrutser> Oh yes I used sakis3g with USB dongles
[14:37] <GekkePrutser> But for this one that wasn't needed
[14:37] <GekkePrutser> It's quite slow though - unfortunately they don't seem to do these modules with 3G
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[14:38] <Capo_di_capo> how do i confirm if my device is workign right ?
[14:38] <Capo_di_capo> should i be able to see it in ifconfig ?
[14:38] <GekkePrutser> Just use minicom on /dev/ttyAMA0
[14:38] <Capo_di_capo> or lsusb ?
[14:38] <GekkePrutser> Nope
[14:38] <GekkePrutser> By default you don't see it anywhere
[14:38] <Capo_di_capo> haha that explains :)
[14:39] <GekkePrutser> By the way I don't have the exact same board actually but it's a more generic one. Same chipset though
[14:39] <GekkePrutser> I just wired it up to the serial port myself like your board does
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[14:40] <GekkePrutser> Just open minicom as root and set port (Ctrl-A - O if I recall correctly) to /dev/ttyAMA0
[14:40] <GekkePrutser> And then type AT
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[14:40] <GekkePrutser> It should respond with OK
[14:40] <Capo_di_capo> ill go screw around with minicom then :D
[14:40] <Capo_di_capo> thanks man ill try that
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[14:41] <GekkePrutser> You'll need this: https://www.itead.cc/wiki/images/6/6f/SIM800_Series_AT_Command_Manual_V1.05.pdf
[14:42] <GekkePrutser> It has 2 modes: You can either have it telnet to a certain IP and handle the IP/PPP stuff itself
[14:43] <GekkePrutser> Or it can just pass raw IP over PPP itself
[14:43] <GekkePrutser> Which is what I do
[14:43] <GekkePrutser> The other mode is more for arduinos etc that don't have a full IP stack
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[14:43] <GekkePrutser> What I did was set:
[14:44] <GekkePrutser> AT+CSTT="<your provider's GPRS access point name>","",""
[14:44] <GekkePrutser> AT+CGDATA="PPP",1
[14:44] <GekkePrutser> And then it should auto connect every time on power on to that APN
[14:44] <GekkePrutser> Then I added this to /etc/network/interfaces:
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[14:46] <Capo_di_capo> Welcome to minicom 2.7
[14:46] <Capo_di_capo> OPTIONS: I18n
[14:46] <Capo_di_capo> Compiled on Jan 12 2014, 05:42:53.
[14:46] <Capo_di_capo> Port /dev/ttyAMA0, 13:40:17
[14:46] <Capo_di_capo> Press CTRL-A Z for help on special keys
[14:46] <Capo_di_capo> at
[14:46] <Capo_di_capo> OK
[14:46] <Capo_di_capo> oops xD
[14:46] <Capo_di_capo> didnt want to do that
[14:46] <Capo_di_capo> dont ban me xD
[14:47] <GekkePrutser> Oops sorry did I get kicked for textwalling?
[14:47] <GekkePrutser> Capo_di_capo: Just PM me if you need more specifics
[14:47] <GekkePrutser> But it looks like you're talking to it already
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[14:48] <Capo_di_capo> pm GekkePrutser
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[15:19] <ScrumpyJack> Capo_di_capo: I have that board. wassup?
[15:20] <ScrumpyJack> (just reading backlog)
[15:20] <Capo_di_capo> nice
[15:20] <Capo_di_capo> GekkePrutser was helping me but he had to go :)
[15:20] <Capo_di_capo> can i pm you ?
[15:21] <ScrumpyJack> sure
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[16:14] <RemonShai> +i
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[16:23] <shiftplusone> woo... have a Raspbian image which boots off USB or SD without any modifications.
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[16:24] <kisser> i have a small problem
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[16:24] <kisser> with dnsmasq
[16:24] <kisser> i can see the dns server on port 53
[16:24] <kisser> if i use telnet ip 53
[16:24] <kisser> but if i try to do the same from another box connected to same network there no repl y
[16:24] <kisser> timeout
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[16:35] <Chillum> kisser: dns is udp and telnet is tcp
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[16:36] <kihis> ummm. if a gpio pin is set to OUT mode and i set it to HIGH, does it matter if it's already set to HIGH?
[16:36] <Chillum> it should do nothing if it is already high
[16:36] <gordonDrogon> nope.
[16:36] <leftyfb> kihis: why would you do that?
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[16:37] <Chillum> statelessness I assume
[16:37] <Chillum> makes for more elegant code if you don't have to track that state
[16:37] <leftyfb> shiftplusone: do you think that'll be released anytime soon?
[16:38] <leftyfb> Chillum: s/elegant/inefficient
[16:38] <kihis> leftyfb: i did a simple binary clock demo with leds and i'm just wondering do i have to check/keep in memory if the led is already on
[16:38] <Chillum> stateless code can be very efficient
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[16:38] * BurtyB doesn't bother in his script for toggling gpio, I don't care if it's on or not
[16:38] <shiftplusone> leftyfb: yeah possibly within the next few days.
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[16:39] <leftyfb> shiftplusone: official? If not, where/who hosts/maintains it?
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[16:40] <shiftplusone> leftyfb: yes, official.
[16:40] <leftyfb> shiftplusone: awesome!
[16:40] <kihis> my code if someone is intrested: http://pastebin.com/93sfLTxh
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[16:44] <avu> I keep wondering where this 'from RPi.GPIO as GPIO' idiom came from, keep seeing it in raspberry pi code examples and the like
[16:45] <avu> erm 'import RPi.GPIO as GPIO'
[16:45] <Lartza> avu, What do you mean where it came from?
[16:45] <kihis> avu: GPIO is faster to type than RPi.GPIO
[16:46] <avu> Lartza: it's just a very strange way to write 'from RPi import GPIO'
[16:46] <kihis> oh, that's true
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[16:46] <kisser> well its not replying in anyway
[16:46] <kisser> i tried unbound
[16:46] <kisser> wda dnsmasq
[16:46] <kisser> and now trying bind9
[16:47] <redrabbit> anybody here configured a orange pi camera module ?
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[16:47] <redrabbit> https://github.com/mpromonet/v4l2rtspserver < wondering if this would work
[16:48] <redrabbit> that's what i use for my rpi
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[16:59] <gordonDrogon> kisser, test with dig @localhost some.domain.com ns
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[16:59] <gordonDrogon> kisser, (rather than telnet)
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[17:03] <kisser> same no reply
[17:06] <shauno> is there anything else on the network between the two? the chances that you've tried 3 different nameservers and they all have the same problem, makes me think it's elsewhere
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[17:21] <avu> iptables -L? :)
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[17:34] <shauno> also worth a shot, etstat -alp --udp | grep :domain and make sure they're listening to *:* (or [::]:*). binding to localhost only isn't an unusual default
[17:34] <shauno> er, netstat -alp ....
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[17:37] <shauno> (and they uually will bind to tcp / answer to telnet. "dns is udp" is a simplified version of reality)
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[17:40] <shauno> I actually found a client site once that only did dns requests over tcp. to an endpoint that only accepted udp. both broke the standards, but between them they broke them completely :/
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[18:11] <Simonious> where is the | on raspi? it gives me ~ when I hit | on my keyboard
[18:12] <ShorTie> have you configured your keyboard in raspi-config ??
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[18:13] <Simonious> thought so..
[18:13] <Simonious> trying that
[18:13] <ShorTie> rebooted ??
[18:13] <Simonious> yes
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[18:16] <shauno> if you're on a US keyboard, you're not gonna find | (it's between lshift and Z, on a key that physically doesn't exist on ansi)
[18:17] <leftyfb> Simonious: edit /etc/default/keyboard change "gb" to "us" and reboot
[18:17] <Simonious> ahh, ty
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[18:20] <leftyfb> GreeningGalaxy: btw, I ran my pi3 running Ubuntu mate controlling a sense hat and running htop for 3 days straight with no lockups
[18:20] <GreeningGalaxy> cool
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[18:21] <leftyfb> GreeningGalaxy: and I've run ubuntu before on my pi's. The issue was definitely something on your end
[18:21] <GreeningGalaxy> probably a bad image
[18:22] <GreeningGalaxy> incidentally I've had no lockup issues recently either, I think it was that braille support service that was causing trouble.
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[19:13] <RemonShai> hey guys....., on raspbian os, how to change language using shortcut ?
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[19:14] <leftyfb> RemonShai: what do you mean by shortcut?
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[19:15] <thecha> my rpi doesnt turn up in my network in windows 7
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[19:15] <redrabbit> ok
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[19:15] <redrabbit> try a port scanning software and look for open 22
[19:16] <RemonShai> leftyfb, shortcut key...? on my ubuntu, I use super+space
[19:16] <thecha> redrabbit me?
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[19:18] <redrabbit> yes
[19:18] <redrabbit> did you set it up to open ssh in the 1st place
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[19:20] <leftyfb> thecha: what do you mean it doesn't turn up in your network?
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[19:25] <redrabbit> i guess he's talking about ms network discovery
[19:25] <redrabbit> its expected not to show up here
[19:27] <thecha> it doesnt show up in the howgroup
[19:27] <thecha> like the machine i am on now shows up and you can clikc on it and see all the files
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[19:27] <thecha> or there is another option with the win7 that allwos you to connect a network drive and that will just time out
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[19:28] <thecha> maybe rpi samba config not properly set up?
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[19:28] <thecha> maybe win7 permissions in the way?
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[19:33] <redrabbit> use \\ip
[19:33] <redrabbit> \\ip\sharename
[19:33] <redrabbit> then put your credentials
[19:35] <thecha> sharename with its path?
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[19:35] <thecha> or just the share name?
[19:35] <redrabbit> sharename
[19:35] <RemonShai> to connect SSH... >>> ssh <computer_user_name>@<current_IP>
[19:35] <thecha> i get a network error message when i do it after a while
[19:35] <RemonShai> then use password
[19:36] <thecha> i am in ssh RemonShai
[19:36] <thecha> RemonShai i am trying to set up nas
[19:36] <redrabbit> its samba stuff
[19:36] <redrabbit> not ssh ^
[19:36] <thecha> :-) ty everybody btw
[19:36] <redrabbit> what's your samba config la
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[19:36] <redrabbit> like
[19:37] <thecha> idk i have to go check
[19:37] <RemonShai> thecha, are you successfully connected it ?
[19:37] <redrabbit> there's someting like [Storage] and arguments below
[19:37] <thecha> yes incredibly succesful, i am doing very well for myself
[19:37] <thecha> :-P
[19:37] <redrabbit> then you get your pi ip
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[19:37] <thecha> RemonShai i have sshh conecntion going
[19:37] <redrabbit> then type \\pi.ip\Storage in explorer
[19:38] <RemonShai> thecha, wow.... :)
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[19:40] <RemonShai> can anybody help me to change language on libre office on raspbian OS ?
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[19:42] <redrabbit> thecha: works?
[19:42] <leftyfb> RemonShai: https://help.libreoffice.org/Common/Selecting_the_Document_Language
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[19:42] <leftyfb> RemonShai: I searched for "libreoffice change language" on google. First result
[19:43] <RemonShai> thanks leftyfb but It already failed :(
[19:44] <leftyfb> RemonShai: failed how?
[19:44] <leftyfb> RemonShai: since that is the official documentation, that should work
[19:45] <RemonShai> it works well in pc(on ubuntu) not raspbian os
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[19:45] <leftyfb> it shoud be no different
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[19:46] <RemonShai> there is no option called "text entry" on raspbian os
[19:47] <thecha> redrabbit no
[19:47] <thecha> :/
[19:47] <leftyfb> RemonShai: Since that term doesn't show up anywhere in the documentation I pointed you to, I don't see how that affects anything
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[19:49] <RemonShai> yep.... leftyfb
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[20:17] <ali1234> Gadgetoid: it's probably better if we talk on IRC than github comments :)
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[20:19] <nintendo3DS> think this will get UL approved http://i.imgur.com/WIWR0jc.png
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[20:23] <redrabbit> not sexy
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[20:28] <JakeSays> the pi3 supports btle, right?
[20:28] <ali1234> yes
[20:28] <JakeSays> k cool.
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[21:22] <Kriss3d> Hm will a stock Rpi2 be ok to OC to 1ghz with no extra cooling ? Or will that be pushing it ?
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[21:53] <binaryhermit> Kriss3d: considering that it uses the same chip as the pi3 which is clocked at 1.2 GHz, 1 GHz should be doable
[21:53] <binaryhermit> though 1.2 on the pi3 is pushing it
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[21:53] <binaryhermit> sometimes
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[21:53] <Kriss3d> thanks
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[21:54] <binaryhermit> Kriss3d: actually, that's only for newer pi2s
[21:54] * binaryhermit brainfarted
[21:55] <binaryhermit> but it shouldn't do permanent damage if you go too far
[21:55] <Kriss3d> I think its a model B im having. Im working on installing owncloud server on it. Though i might as well have it run as a torrent downloader if i can find a client that runs headless but will accept url and torrent files via a webserver.
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[21:59] <Stromeko> Kriss3d: My Pi2 B and the older Pi1 B+ have been running at 1GHz from day one with no problems. The standard governor will fall back to 700MHz when it's idle, but I run them at "performance" currently, so they're constantly at 1GHz. I load about two cores on the Pi2 only.
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[22:02] <Kriss3d> Its a bit odd though. My Rpi seems to constantly complain that its not getting enough sauce despite my PSU for it can pack up to serveral amps
[22:03] <SpeedEvil> have you tried replacing the cable
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[22:04] <Kriss3d> yup. and used different PSUs
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[22:05] <Stromeko> Kriss3d: use a shorter cable, explicitly usable for charging. Check the otput voltage under load, should be between 5.0…5.1V.
[22:05] <Kriss3d> it seems to be working right now though. I might just mod some of those power supplies that you get with various gadgets.. Im ordering a few of those DIY micro usb from china
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[22:06] <Stromeko> microUSB is only good for 2A anyway, if you hang off more stuff from the USB, then feed the power through the extension header.
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[22:09] <Kriss3d> Yeah. I do consider that as well. It would be easier too. GOD i wish it would have a better connector. Micro USB is really shitty. My workphone uses Usb C.. Its quite great
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[22:16] <oq> I think the idea is by using a connector that everyone already has chargers for they don't need to ship one with the device... but then it turned out phone chargers are crap
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[22:17] <Kriss3d> OFcourse. However the UsbC is the new black. Its really great and seems solid too
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[22:18] <oq> "really great", except for that time 3rd party chargers fried those phones because they forgot to switch back to 5v from 12v
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[22:19] <binaryhermit> I thought it fried a chromebook pixel
[22:19] <oq> the problem with usb c is the chargers have to be really smart, so you can't trust even an expensive 3rd party one
[22:19] <binaryhermit> which is even worse
[22:20] <oq> its OEM or go home
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[22:20] <IT_Sean> I use a 3rd party USB C charger with my macbook all the time. Works very well.
[22:20] <IT_Sean> Using it now, in fact.
[22:21] <Lartza> IT_Sean, https://arstechnica.com/gadgets/2016/02/google-engineer-finds-usb-type-c-cable-thats-so-bad-it-fried-his-chromebook-pixel/
[22:21] <mete> hm - not only usb C is using 12V I think
[22:21] <oq> binaryhermit: the problem was, they would charge a laptop/chromebook with usb c via 12 volt and then use the same charger on a 5v device like a phone... and the mechanism in the charger to switch back to 5v plain just didn't work
[22:21] <IT_Sean> I have a charger affixed to the bottom of my desk that offers up one USB C port and 4 USB ports for charging stuff.
[22:21] <IT_Sean> it's an Anker. Quite good stuff.
[22:21] <oq> lol anker is one of the makes that fried devices
[22:22] <IT_Sean> I've never had an issue with it.
[22:22] <mete> I think my micro usb charger for my dell tablet is also 12V rated
[22:22] <oq> IT_Sean: well thanks for your anecdote, but people far smarter than both of us have found a myriad of issues
[22:22] <swift110> hey all
[22:22] <Kriss3d> Ive even tried finding a desent Powered hub but those cheap bastards wont make them with enough juice to run 4-5 2.5" drives off USB2
[22:23] <IT_Sean> http://i.imgur.com/BvH59tOh.jpg
[22:23] <binaryhermit> I'm using a 3rd party charger with my Samsung Chromebook Plus
[22:23] <binaryhermit> works fine
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[22:23] <oq> until it doesn't
[22:24] <Lartza> oq, Anker cables were fine though?
[22:24] <mete> 19.5V is the oem dell AC adapter... and it's not usb 3 or usb c, it's a normal old micro usb 2.0 ;)
[22:24] <mete> http://www.ebay.com/itm/Original-OEM-Dell-Venue-7-8-10-11-Pro-Tablet-24W-AC-Adapter-Charger-DA24NM130-/371476528221
[22:24] <mete> so the problem is not related to usb C I think
[22:24] <oq> Lartza: anker were included in the ones using the wrong resistor
[22:24] <oq> and its not the cable thats the issue, its the power supply
[22:25] <Lartza> oq, Well their cables are fine :/
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[22:25] <Lartza> Kind of weird how they can screw up chargers at that point but :D nice
[22:26] <oq> hows it weird
[22:26] <oq> I've already explained how it happens
[22:26] <oq> the charger charges the voltage depending on whats plugged into it
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[22:26] <Lartza> oq, It's weird that their cables are compliant but charges would not be
[22:26] <mete> oq is right, the charger has to decide which voltage to use - I don't know how it decides it but that's true
[22:27] <Lartza> *chargers
[22:27] <mete> the cable has nothing to do with it
[22:27] <Lartza> Yes it does
[22:27] <Lartza> The cable can be defective too
[22:27] <Lartza> My point is same manufacturer/brand screwing up chargers but making cables right
[22:28] <oq> ..
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[22:28] <Lartza> ??
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[22:44] <ArtesMagae> Hello, Everyone.
[22:44] <Kriss3d> hi
[22:44] <ArtesMagae> Researching up on buying my first Pi.
[22:44] <Kriss3d> Oh. Id say do it. Really. Im on my.. 4th..
[22:44] <oq> ArtesMagae: you'll need a pi + a case + an sd card + a decent psu
[22:45] <Kriss3d> got 2 x RPI1 Model B. A RPi2 and a rpi 3
[22:45] <gordonDrogon> ArtesMagae, 1. Decide "I want a Pi". 2. Buy it.
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[22:45] <Lartza> You don't NEED a case though
[22:45] <Lartza> :P
[22:45] <oq> yeah you do
[22:45] <mfa298> step 1 should take less time than it takes to write it :p
[22:45] <gordonDrogon> ArtesMagae, best to buy one of the many starter kits from a good dealer - that way you get everything, even if it does end up a little more.
[22:46] <Kriss3d> Youll love it. My Rpi3 is running Kodi on my tv. even my youngest could figure out how to use the tv remote to load her favorite cartoons from a harddrive i have attached to it
[22:46] * ShorTie Thinkz, Get the 5.25v3a supply
[22:46] <Kriss3d> You can have your kid build a case in lego. You can use a cigarette hardcase for it. Make it in cardboard if you want.
[22:47] <H__> I keep my kodi PI in the box it came in ;-)
[22:47] <ArtesMagae> I have been going back and forth on just getting something kit like or trying to get my own parts, if it even matters much! I am most looking at this: https://www.modmypi.com/raspberry-pi/set-up-kits/rpi3-model-b-kits/the-official-kit-raspberry-pi-3-model-b
[22:48] <Kriss3d> That works too. Ive even bought two dirt cheap NES controllers ( usb ) and installed Retropie inside the kodi. So mario for the misses.
[22:48] <Kriss3d> ArtesMagae, that will work too yes
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[22:52] <Kriss3d> ArtesMagae, are you familiar with linux already ?
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[22:55] <EnrgySmth> ArtesMagae: get an extra sd card if you can, handy for swapping different images
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[22:56] <EnrgySmth> Have one with default Raspbian and another with Kodi or retropi or whatever
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[23:01] <Kriss3d> Hm having a little problem. Im trying to run a2enmod owncloud-ssl.conf but it tells me module does not exist
[23:01] <Kriss3d> the file is there though
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[23:02] <Lartza> Kriss3d, a2ensite
[23:02] <Kriss3d> the guide i was following uses a2enmod
[23:02] <Kriss3d> but ill try site
[23:02] <Lartza> a2enmod is another command, to load modules
[23:03] <Lartza> like mod_php
[23:03] <Kriss3d> when i type a2ensite or a2enmod owncloud-ssl.conf it wont auto complete the owncloud name at all
[23:03] <Lartza> I'm not sure it should
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[23:04] <Kriss3d> then why does it claim the module doesnt exist ?
[23:04] <Lartza> Maybe if bash-completion is installed and wise enough and you've fixed sudo or you're not using sudo
[23:04] <Lartza> Because it's not a module
[23:04] <Lartza> a2ensite
[23:04] <Lartza> modules are things like php, proxy, rewrite
[23:04] <Kriss3d> but http://www.slsmk.com/enabling-https-access-to-owncloud/
[23:04] <Kriss3d> i used this guide
[23:05] <Lartza> And it's not telling you to use a2enmod
[23:05] <Lartza> Read it again
[23:05] <Kriss3d> GAH.. Sorry. im stupid today... well extra stupid.
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[23:05] <Lartza> Didn't know a2enconf was a thing though
[23:05] <Lartza> Hmm
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[23:06] <Lartza> I'd say you should have owncloud-ssl.conf in sites-available instead of conf-available
[23:06] <Lartza> Although both work it's just...
[23:06] <Kriss3d> yeah
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[23:07] <Kriss3d> oh.. the /etc/ssl/certs/my-public-cert.pem what file specifically should i look for ? i got a metric ton of certs in that folder
[23:07] <Kriss3d> even one by name snakeoil
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[23:07] <Lartza> Uhh
[23:07] <Lartza> I don't think you need to do the cert part...
[23:07] <Lartza> I mean
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[23:07] <Lartza> Are you using let's encrypt?
[23:07] <Kriss3d> no
[23:08] <Kriss3d> i just want to make sure i always uses https
[23:08] <Kriss3d> to keep it safe
[23:08] <Lartza> Wat
[23:08] <Lartza> You need your own cert
[23:08] <Lartza> There is nothing in /etc/ssl for you to use
[23:08] <Lartza> Copy YOUR public cert PEM file
[23:09] <Lartza> The paths don't really matter though and you usually don't need to copy the root ca
[23:09] <Lartza> Just make sure to use the paths in SSLCertificate in the apache config, could be /etc/apache/ssl/mysite/cert for instance
[23:09] <leftyfb> just use lets encrypt
[23:10] <Kriss3d> but i need a domain for that no ?
[23:10] <leftyfb> yeah
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[23:10] <leftyfb> if you don't have a domain, then why do you need a cert?
[23:10] <Kriss3d> hm well i suppose i dont
[23:10] <leftyfb> you can still access https without a cert
[23:11] <Kriss3d> ah ok
[23:11] <Kriss3d> thanks
[23:11] <leftyfb> get it working without a cert first
[23:11] <leftyfb> then worry about that later
[23:11] <Kriss3d> yeah
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[23:11] <Kriss3d> i had it working before redirecting to https though. Now i cant access the webserver anymore
[23:11] <Lartza> leftyfb, You always need a cert...
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[23:12] <Lartza> Kriss3d, Apache has a default cert though I think
[23:12] <leftyfb> Lartza: not true
[23:12] <Lartza> leftyfb, What would it sign the traffic with then if not a cert?
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[23:12] <leftyfb> Lartza: nothing, your browser warns that there is no valid cert. Not critical if it's not public
[23:13] <Lartza> leftyfb, invalid cert != no cert
[23:13] <Lartza> Kriss3d, I hope you removed the HSTS line from the config
[23:13] <Kriss3d> I have manual access to the server still
[23:13] <Kriss3d> just not web interface. cant reach it via browser
[23:13] <Lartza> What is your browser telling you?
[23:14] <Kriss3d> well just that i coulnd get a secure connection
[23:14] <Lartza> Because...?
[23:14] <Lartza> The error should have a reason
[23:15] <Lartza> But like I said, remove the ifmodule lines and Strict-Transport-Security line...
[23:15] <Lartza> and reload apache
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[23:16] <leftyfb> Kriss3d: you could follow http://sharadchhetri.com/2013/05/24/how-to-configure-self-signed-ssl-certificate-in-owncloud-ubuntu/
[23:16] <ArtesMagae> Kriss3d: I am a bit familiar with Linux. Dual boot Windows 10 and Ubuntu. Sorry that response took forever!
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[23:16] <Kriss3d> ArtesMagae, its ok :)
[23:17] <Kriss3d> leftyfb, thanks ill just look at it once my server rebooted
[23:19] <Lartza> Kriss3d, You might need to clear your browsers information about your owncloud
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[23:19] <Lartza> Well you most likely do
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[23:20] <Kriss3d> just # those lines out should work right ?
[23:21] <Lartza> Yeah, and then fix your browser
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[23:21] <Lartza> and create a cert and point sslcertificatefile and sslcertificatekeyfile to it
[23:22] <Kriss3d> but you said i dont need a cert
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[23:22] <Lartza> You always need a cert
[23:22] <Lartza> You can create and self-sign one
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[23:22] <Lartza> I never said you don't need one, leftyfb did incorrectly
[23:22] <Kriss3d> oh. yeah. sorry
[23:23] <Lartza> The last link you got has the openssl commands to generate a cert that will work
[23:23] <nickwebcouk> is there a way to blink a led in a function, but not have it block (i.e time.sleep)
[23:23] <Lartza> You don't need to get one from an outside source
[23:23] <Lartza> nickwebcouk, await sleep?
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[23:24] <Kriss3d> yes i do
[23:24] <Kriss3d> i need to be able to reach it from outside
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[23:24] <Kriss3d> it doesnt seem to work.
[23:24] <Lartza> No I mean
[23:24] <Lartza> you don't need to get one from a certificate authority
[23:24] <nickwebcouk> Lartza: I have a funciton that blinks aled (on, sleep for 0.5 off) and thats it. when that fucntion is called, I want the main script to keep running, and no tbe blocked by that 0.5 sleep
[23:25] <Lartza> nickwebcouk, So use asynchronous programming
[23:25] <Lartza> Kriss3d, Did you fix your browser?
[23:25] <ArtesMagae> Are things like RetroPie and Kodi not runnable from within an OS? They are run outside of them? Asking based on a couple people mentioning having to switch back and forth.
[23:25] <Lartza> and restart apache
[23:25] <nickwebcouk> that shounds good Lartza...
[23:25] <Kriss3d> Lartza, yes. it seems just hashtagging it out isnt working
[23:25] <Kriss3d> or something else isnt right
[23:25] <Lartza> Kriss3d, Fix your browser
[23:26] <Lartza> web browser
[23:26] <Kriss3d> ArtesMagae, yes to both.
[23:26] <Kriss3d> ok ill try another browser
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[23:26] <Lartza> Or clear the HSTS data your browser is keeping for the next six months
[23:26] <Lartza> Like you specified in mod_headers
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[23:26] <Kriss3d> which file do i edit to clear HSTS ?
[23:26] <Lartza> ArtesMagae, To clarify Kriss3d's answer, Kodi will run, retropie is an OS built to run retroarch(I think) and retroarch will run from within an OS
[23:27] <Lartza> Kriss3d, You'll have to google your browser
[23:27] <Lartza> *instructions for your
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[23:27] <Kriss3d> ah history.. got it. Sorry. thought it was an actual setting on the server
[23:27] <Lartza> It might be more than history, might not be
[23:27] <Lartza> In theory HSTS data should be kept even if you clear your browser history
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[23:27] <Kriss3d> ArtesMagae, you can get kodi as a full OS and the retropie can be installed as a program inside kodi.
[23:28] <Lartza> Kriss3d, No, retropie can't be
[23:28] <Lartza> oh wait you can
[23:28] <Lartza> wat
[23:28] <ArtesMagae> Haha :P
[23:28] <Kriss3d> Lartza, i have that on mine so yes it can
[23:28] <Lartza> Sorry
[23:28] <Kriss3d> hehe
[23:28] <Lartza> What is retropie
[23:28] <Lartza> :D
[23:28] <ArtesMagae> Thanks to everyone! I will be purchasing that first one soon. :)
[23:28] <Lartza> oh it's just...
[23:28] <Lartza> retroarch, emulationstation etc installed horribly and themed
[23:29] <Lartza> But you can also get Kodi as just an app, not full os
[23:29] <Lartza> So like, you can install kodi on your Debian or whatever
[23:29] <Lartza> raspbian
[23:30] <Kriss3d> ArtesMagae, its worth it. Really. Youll love those little ones
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[23:30] <Kriss3d> Lartza, and the rest of you guys. Thanks for the help. I gotta get to read up on a few things here tomorrow.
[23:30] <Lartza> Just, never enable Strict-Transport-Security
[23:31] <Lartza> Other things you can't really screw up too much
[23:31] <Lartza> :P
[23:31] <Lartza> trial and error
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[23:31] <ali1234> shiftplusone: do you happen to know the status of raspbian stretch repos? it fails to debootstrap for me
[23:31] <ArtesMagae> lol Okay, I'll remember that. Thanks!
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[23:33] <ShorTie> that might be more of a plugwash thing ali1234
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[23:36] <plugwash> ali1234, how exactly does it fail?
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[23:36] <ali1234> plugwash: http://paste.debian.net/918661/
[23:37] <ali1234> http://paste.debian.net/918662/
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[23:41] <Jaredce> evening
[23:41] <Jaredce> hmoney: are you around?
[23:41] <plugwash> ali1234, hmm
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[23:42] <ali1234> i don't see any bugs like that in debian, maybe i'm looking in the wrong place though
[23:43] <plugwash> me neither
[23:43] <ali1234> hmm hang on a minute let me check something
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[23:45] <ali1234> nope that wasn't it, nevermind
[23:46] <plugwash> what environment are you trying to do this debootstrap in?
[23:46] <ali1234> raspbian jessie
[23:46] <ali1234> it might not be 100% up to date
[23:47] <ali1234> i'll try on another system that is
[23:47] * plugwash notes that you are using fakeroot and wonders if that is the cause
[23:48] <ali1234> it works fine for jessie
[23:48] <ali1234> although maybe that's because jessie == jessie
[23:48] <plugwash> yeah
[23:48] <plugwash> my guess is that what is happening is it is ending up loading the host version of a library rather than the version from the new fs it is bootstrapping
[23:49] <plugwash> and promptly failing
[23:49] <ali1234> fakeroot is all LD_PRELOAD magic
[23:49] <ali1234> it breaks everything
[23:49] <ali1234> it's really really annoying
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[23:50] <plugwash> does the bootstrap work if you do it with real root rather than fakeroot/fakechroot fakery?
[23:51] <ali1234> trying
[23:51] <ali1234> it takes about half an hour to fail
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