#raspberrypi IRC Log

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IRC Log for 2017-04-04

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[0:01] <brianx> the code used to boot after you change the fuse is all new and therefore more likely to cause people problems. they chose not to execute it by default.
[0:01] <alexandre9099> leftyfb: ?
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[0:06] <ngc0202> is there any workaround at all?
[0:06] <thatprogrammer> hey, hardware n00b here, hoping someone can help me interface my raspberry pi 3 with this GSM module http://wiki.iteadstudio.com/RPI_SIM800_GSM/GPRS_ADD-ON_V2.0
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[0:07] <thatprogrammer> i plugged all PINs into the raspberry pi (not sure if that was a mistake, or if i need to wire accordingly), it powers up, but after following a few tutorials i cannot seem to get a response from it over serial
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[0:10] <brianx> ngc0202: workaround to setting the config bit to activate the new boot code in rom?
[0:10] <ngc0202> any way to boot without posessing an SD card
[0:11] <brianx> the workaround is to set the config bit by booting off an sd card once.
[0:11] <ngc0202> that's what i need to get around, so it's not a workaround
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[0:11] <ngc0202> i guess what you're saying then is no workaround
[0:12] <brianx> i'm not sure how you could get it to run software off nothing.
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[0:12] <brianx> i guess if you really really needed to, you might be able to use an arduino or other microcontroller to emulate an sd card for the one boot needed.
[0:13] <ngc0202> ahaha
[0:13] <brianx> i suspect that would be a rather tedious project though.
[0:13] <ngc0202> i love it
[0:13] <kaosine> brianx: by port expander would that be something like using adafruit's cobbler breakout and a breadboard? (I was still trying to find that rpi connection though since searching rpi basically pulls up the raspberry pi instead XD)
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[0:14] <alexandre9099> no one about my sudo problem?
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[0:15] <brianx> kaosine: i'm not sure that there is a way to get enough io pins without an i2c, spi, serial, or other port expander. all the cobbler seems to do is deliver the pins from the gpio header to an breadboard friendly connector.
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[0:16] <brianx> kaosine: of course, you'd want to run the least changed pins via the port expander.
[0:16] <kaosine> brianx: oh spi....I thought you typed it as rpi XD
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[0:16] <brianx> lol
[0:16] <kaosine> that would explain that little bit of confusion
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[0:16] <brianx> serial peripheral interface.
[0:16] * kaosine bangs head on wall XD
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[0:19] <kaosine> brianx: so a chip like this? https://www.adafruit.com/products/856
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[0:21] <brianx> kaosine: no, that's an adc. you'd need a port expander to reach the full 36 ports needed. i don't see an spi one on adafruit.
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[0:22] <brianx> something like an MCP23S08
[0:23] <leftyfb> dumle29: https://github.com/dumle29/resize_SD_image/pull/1
[0:25] <brianx> kaosine: or MCP23S17 if you need 16 extra bits.
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[0:27] <dumle29> leftyfb: comment on the PR
[0:27] <kaosine> brianx: I'm not even sure how many I'd end up needing anyways....since the end goal is to get the snes working at first and then plug in cartridge adapters for everything else(especially gameboy line of things since nintendo never made a comfortable system for that that has a decent light)
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[0:31] <brianx> kaosine: you can always use multiple port expanders. i'm guessing you need a few buttons, a couple indicators, and the cartridge slot.
[0:31] <brianx> ballpark of 45 total gpio. of course the most used ones would be direct to the pi's own gpio and the least used would be on the expander(s)
[0:32] <leftyfb> dumle29: bah, can't believe I missed that
[0:32] <dumle29> Heh :P
[0:32] <brianx> iirc, there are about 30 usable on a pi, give or take.
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[0:34] <kaosine> brianx: well the original plan was to emulate a 6 button(which means a d-pad, the 6 buttons, select/start, and l&r), power indicator, use the dsi screen slot, and some manner of using a rechargeable battery I can easily take out and replace when/if needed), and some manner of speaker....otherwise I could just try and use male to female adapter for headphones XD
[0:34] <shauno> for stuff like reading carts, port expanders aren't that bad. you can read all 8/16 pins off as a single value, which is damned handy
[0:35] <kaosine> the only thing is getting it set up especially since it looks like i'll be doing it in bits to get all the parts with my income like it is until I get rid of both my cards I'm working on >_>
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[0:36] <leftyfb> dumle29: ok, try now :)
[0:38] <kaosine> that and eventually figure out how the thing is going to be cased up....I'm complating using a 3(for the processing power) but remove the ether port and reposition the usb's somehow
[0:38] <brianx> shauno: from what i can tell the cart read is like 30 bits of write and then 8 bits of read per byte.. my guess is that the vast majority of the 30 bits stay the same for each byte read sequentially so maybe reading the 8 bits and setting the few most common bits directly without going through the port expander would mean quite a performance bump.
[0:39] <brianx> then the port expander would control the least likely to change of the 30ish bits. (probably the high address bits)
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[0:42] <dumle29> leftyfb: merged :)
[0:42] <dumle29> leftyfb: I like the change to usage as well :) call the file whatever you want :)
[0:43] <leftyfb> dumle29: also throws the full path in there
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[0:43] <leftyfb> if you called the full path that is
[0:43] <kaosine> brianx: either way I might need to refer to breakin.github.io looks like he was trying to do something similar at least for the wiring anyways
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[0:44] <brianx> kaosine: i'm sure this if full of fiddly little details to think about and all these existing projects are probably a great resource for that sort of stuff.
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[0:47] <brianx> kaosine: i get about 23 gpio either free or able to be freed on the pi3b, assuming you disable bluetooth and probably wireless.
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[0:48] <kaosine> brianx: I'm just trying to figure out the wiring for when I do get the cartridge slot(I'm not sacrificing what I already own) to the breadboard/whatever I connect it to....not sure the thing really needs bluetooth or wireless....I'll just have to plan ahead for translation patches that I load up XD
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[0:52] * kaosine also has a project to do a dos computer which he has the board for that, that he just needs to find the time to get the parts to power and really run that mchine beyond just it's mobo that he already has
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[0:52] <brianx> kaosine: yeah. i agree with shauno that ease of coding is significant, but also feel that performance is rather important too. a few extra instructions rearranging how addresses are written (hidden inside a function) could easily net a big performance bump.
[0:53] <brianx> i think directly connecting the data bus to the pi's internal gpio and trying to get them in adjacent bits would be a good thing for both simplicity and performance.
[0:55] <brianx> the next priority for gpio is probably the low bits of the address and the control bits that change or toggle for every single read.
[0:56] <brianx> followed probably by the most important controller buttons. the fire and direction buttons probably.
[0:56] <brianx> these may be able to be muxed if they don't have to differentiate between one or multiple buttons pressed.
[0:57] <brianx> indicators, rarely used buttons, high address bits, and rarely changed cartridge bus control bits can all go on the port expanders.
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[1:02] <daxorid> Not sure if this channel is appropriate for pi-hole related questions. I'll go for it anyway. My pi-hole is configured on the 10.0.20.0/24 subnet, and I have NO networks or devices in 192.168.0.0/16 ANYWHERE on my home network. Yet I am still somehow getting queries reported by pihole originating from 192.168.1.2.
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[1:09] <anthesterion> hello there
[1:09] <anthesterion> any1 awake?
[1:10] <oq> no
[1:10] <oq> zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz
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[1:11] <CoJaBo> lol
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[1:13] * GenteelBen sniffs CoJaBo
[1:13] <GenteelBen> Smells like mango and lime.
[1:14] * oq sniffs GenteelBen
[1:14] <oq> smells like poo
[1:14] <torchic> GenteelBen: k what
[1:14] <anthesterion> xD
[1:14] <anthesterion> it may be a noob kind of question, but...
[1:14] <torchic> GenteelBen: what.
[1:14] <anthesterion> is there a way to "duplicate" the gpio port?
[1:15] <anthesterion> i´d like to use a LCD and for example a piglow
[1:15] <anthesterion> at the same time
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[1:19] <kaosine> brianx: the only thing is I think that pin out diagram might be wrong anyways since I'm willing to bet those "unused" ones are for special chips anyways like the superfx or that one that's supposed to decompress audio files on the fly
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[1:21] <brianx> I'm guessing it would not be practical to use special features like that.
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[1:52] <kaosine> brianx: either way I'm probably a month or two off from getting it remotely together at least(and that's putting it in breadboard form let alone a actual pcb if I were to go that route)....especially if I take into account the apparent need for a little more than 5v because the cart has a pinout for a 5v volt to read as it stands...
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[1:54] <brianx> yeah, and spi is easy to level convert though
[1:57] <HrdwrBoB> anthesterion: depends what you're doing
[1:58] <NedScott> hmm
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[1:59] <NedScott> I'm wanting to make some easy-to-follow project for people wanting to do the whole retro/gameboy/portable thing. The idea being, try to make something without needing to solder, using off-the-shelf parts, but taken apart and put together using a 3D printed case
[1:59] <NedScott> I'm wondering what is a small, cheap, and common bluetooth controller that would be a good target for this
[2:00] <NedScott> there's a number of small bluetooth "keychain" controllers out there, but they all have some annoying element or some other hold up
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[2:01] <NedScott> this guy uses a horrible "sliding" d-pad. It slides up,down,left,right, rather than being pressed https://www.amazon.com/Controller-DMYCO-Wireless-Bluetooth-Smartphone/dp/B01IGQQB3O
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[2:03] <NedScott> this seems my best bet so far. It looks like a slider, but is more like a normal d-pad, and I can replace the "disk" with a more traditional cross with the 3D printer file. Plus, it has shoulder buttons: https://www.amazon.com/BEBONCOOL-Rechargeable-Bluetooth-Controller-Android/dp/B012R1HF7U
[2:03] <NedScott> can be found for less than $10 easily if one buys from ebay
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[2:06] <NedScott> the only problem is that the controller battery and the main Pi battery would need to be recharged with different ports, if the goal is no soldering
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[2:08] <NedScott> I do wonder how long it will be before someone makes a 3D printed case for Pi + display + battery that has sliders on the side for the Nintendo Switch's controllers
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[2:08] <NedScott> it seems like a given that someone will try that
[2:10] <NedScott> ah, the 8bitdo Zero Mini can be found for less than $10 USD as wel
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[2:16] <oq> NedScott: considering how expensive the switch joycons are... probably a while
[2:16] <HrdwrBoB> heh
[2:16] <HrdwrBoB> I bought a joycon
[2:16] <HrdwrBoB> $$$
[2:16] <NedScott> price/practicality doesn't seem to stop people, for some reason
[2:16] <HrdwrBoB> but it was worth it to have it all work right
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[2:17] <HrdwrBoB> ultimately ended up abandoning the project though
[2:17] <oq> they're £70 here for a pair
[2:17] <HrdwrBoB> because that's how life goes
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[2:18] <HrdwrBoB> Joycon EXR
[2:18] <HrdwrBoB> iirc it was about 100 aud
[2:19] <HrdwrBoB> resistive ladder button system -> arbitrary HID input
[2:19] <mistawright> hi guys can the pi zero w use the same kernel as the pi zero? I want to use this kernel http://www.frank-durr.de/?p=203 and want to make sure its an issue before i go solder pins etc to pull out a serial cable
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[2:24] <binaryplease> Hi, I just folowed this tutorial for arch on raspi 2 but it wont boot https://archlinuxarm.org/platforms/armv7/broadcom/raspberry-pi-2
[2:24] <binaryplease> Is there something else I have to do?
[2:24] <binaryplease> The ACT Led is blinking slowly sometimes
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[2:29] <binaryplease> ;q
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[2:39] <kaosine> mistawright: unless there's something that doesn't address the wifi/bt I don't know why not(though not sure unless the person does specifiy it works on either)
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[4:00] <mistawright> hi guys can the pi zero w use the same kernel as the pi zero? I want to use this kernel http://www.frank-durr.de/?p=203 and want to make sure its an issue before i go solder pins etc to pull out a serial cable
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[4:03] <HrdwrBoB> mistawright: probably
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[4:13] <GamingX2005> Hey guys, stupid question, if I lose network access to my raspberrypi through remote SSH, the only way to troubleshoot is to hook it through a LAN network ?
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[4:13] <redrabbit> or serial or monitor and keyboard
[4:15] <GamingX2005> I think I messed up the network settings trying to set a VPN on it :/
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[4:15] <hmoney-> go serial or hook it up with peripherals then
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[4:16] <redrabbit> https://designdesk.org/security/setup-openvpn-vps-local-server this never messed anything for me
[4:16] <redrabbit> ^^
[4:16] <hmoney-> pivpn.io is nice too
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[4:17] <GamingX2005> I tried to follow this one http://readwrite.com/2014/04/10/raspberry-pi-vpn-tutorial-server-secure-web-browsing/#awesm=~oBvYD8BOiTdCQN
[4:17] <GamingX2005> I think I messed it up when I modified the interfaces files
[4:17] <GamingX2005> *file
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[4:17] <redrabbit> tbh you dont need rpi specific anything
[4:18] <redrabbit> its the same setup as you'd do on a debian server
[4:18] * hmoney wants a TLD ending in .ey
[4:19] <redrabbit> you have the TLD disease
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[4:19] <hmoney> you lion
[4:19] <redrabbit> its an itch you shouldnt scratch
[4:19] <d0rm0us3> biggest issues I've found over a twenty plus year run is that the network MUST be stable and the Hosts involved need to be rock solid reliable.
[4:19] <redrabbit> you know the rabbit hole aint far
[4:19] <hmoney> i want to spell my name and have my full name as the entire address, so blahblah.ey
[4:20] <hmoney> is that too much to ask!
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[4:21] <redrabbit> i dont like the new tld much
[4:21] <redrabbit> i got my doms like 10 year ago when the .org and .net still had some good stuff
[4:21] <redrabbit> .com was already crowded
[4:21] <hmoney> dude
[4:21] <hmoney> there are so many now
[4:21] <hmoney> like.. .photography
[4:21] <redrabbit> yeah its ridiculous
[4:21] <redrabbit> imo
[4:22] <hmoney> .tattoo
[4:22] <redrabbit> plus "normal" people dont associate it as a website name
[4:22] <hmoney> omg lol
[4:22] <hmoney> .domains
[4:22] <hmoney> yeah they dont
[4:22] <redrabbit> that's why it sucks
[4:22] <redrabbit> and even some url grabbers struggle
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[4:23] <redrabbit> i'm not aware but it may even impact seo
[4:23] <hmoney> while we're on the subject of things that are ridiculous, when did it become socially acceptable to lie about your weight before meeting someone on a date?
[4:23] <redrabbit> you got powned ?
[4:23] <redrabbit> :D
[4:23] <hmoney> she was big mmkay
[4:24] <redrabbit> how large was the lie
[4:24] <hmoney> "a few extra pounds" turned into like 5'3" bowling ball
[4:24] <redrabbit> ask a pic next time
[4:24] <redrabbit> :')
[4:24] <hmoney> just met for coffee
[4:25] <redrabbit> fat people deserve love too
[4:25] <redrabbit> lying sucks though
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[4:25] <redrabbit> i mean what kind of good do you expect from deceiving people
[4:26] <hmoney> ye
[4:26] <hmoney> this was beyond "drink til' they cute" tho
[4:30] <mistawright> hmoney, sounds like it was more than a catfish, cat whale
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[6:17] <skiddex> has anyone here done any crosstalk on the pi?
[6:18] <skiddex> smalltalk i mean
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[6:32] <swift110> no
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[6:35] <HrdwrBoB> I've never coded any smalltalk ever
[6:36] <brianx> lol. crosstalk is a name i've not heard in a long time.
[6:36] <brianx> been ages since i've done smalltalk either.
[6:36] * brianx shows his age.
[6:36] <HrdwrBoB> heh
[6:36] <HrdwrBoB> my first language was basic on the Z80
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[6:37] <HrdwrBoB> had it in a cartridge
[6:37] <brianx> HrdwrBoB: my first was assembly on the z80. had a hex keypad and a 2 digit 7 segment display.
[6:37] <HrdwrBoB> dang
[6:38] <brianx> what do you want for only $1600?
[6:38] <Rukus> brianx: any idea whats going on with my pi? Why it sleeps but will not wake up?
[6:39] <brianx> Rukus: sorry, that's never happened to me. if it had, i'd probably grab another sd card, download a fresh image and see if it persists (hardware issue), if not... you're in a pretty good place but i'm not sure what to try.
[6:40] <Rukus> i tried reinstall on same sdcard, haven't tried a second yet
[6:40] <brianx> HrdwrBoB: wasn't my money of course. belonged to a corporate library.
[6:40] <Rukus> i should enable ssh this time
[6:40] <brianx> Rukus: i didn't realize the image was disposable....
[6:40] <Rukus> iwconfig
[6:40] <Rukus> err
[6:41] <brianx> what you've done is probably good enough.
[6:41] <Rukus> that wasnt even the right pc
[6:41] <brianx> if it persists, this seems to be hardware. what's plugged in???
[6:41] <Rukus> brianx: yeah, its not holding anything important
[6:42] <HrdwrBoB> brianx: ah, see I was doing it at home
[6:42] <Rukus> i bought a computer monitor with speakers, an hdmi to vga adapter, wireless keyboard mouse, and my son is two, but it will be his
[6:42] <Rukus> if only flash games worked properly, natively
[6:42] <brianx> just to clarify, freshly dd'd image and the problem persists, right?
[6:42] <Rukus> yeah
[6:42] <HrdwrBoB> if only flash games weren't in flash
[6:42] <Rukus> well, sorry no dd
[6:43] <Rukus> it was pinn i used
[6:43] <Rukus> but the card was wiped and then new partition, etc
[6:43] <brianx> not familiar with that one. might be best to use the standard tool for your os. what os are you burning from?
[6:43] <Rukus> linux mint
[6:44] <brianx> so dd then.
[6:44] <Rukus> i'll try to dd a raaspian image perhaps
[6:44] <brianx> oh, this isn't raspbian?
[6:45] <Rukus> sorry, maybe i wasnt being clear. I used PINN (its like NOOBS), then used the pinn installer to install raspbian
[6:45] <brianx> yes, try raspbian before we consider hardware. also make sure you check the checksum of the image you download.
[6:45] <Rukus> so this time, i might not use pinn and then dd a raaspbian image
[6:45] <Rukus> insteaD
[6:45] <Rukus> brianx: you bet
[6:45] <brianx> yes, that would narrow it down some.
[6:46] <brianx> if rasbian works, then you'll have to go to your pinn distro for help.
[6:46] <Rukus> what logs can i view for information, via ssh (if it allows me to login) ?
[6:46] <brianx> there's a bunch in /var/log. usually i look at the last ones listed by ls -alrst
[6:47] <brianx> Rukus: note that raspbian recently disabled ssh by default!!
[6:47] <Rukus> yeahm i enabled it
[6:47] <brianx> to enable it, mount the first partition and touch the file "ssh" in that partition.
[6:47] <Rukus> thansk for the tip! i didnt know it was, until i started looking avound
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[6:48] <Rukus> there is a shortcut in raspi-config
[6:48] <brianx> hmm, i didn't know raspi-config had been updated to handle the /boot/ssh file. good to know.
[6:48] <Rukus> actually not the command line, the menu option ras pi config
[6:49] <Rukus> raspberry pi configuration
[6:49] <Rukus> under preferences
[6:49] <Rukus> at least i hope it does what i think it does haha
[6:49] <brianx> gui version of the same tool. by the same folks.
[6:50] <brianx> if it doesn't, touch /boot/ssh works just fine.
[6:50] <Rukus> it worked
[6:51] <brianx> :-)
[6:51] <Rukus> thanks for the extra help tho
[6:51] <Rukus> :)
[6:51] <brianx> so a distro problem. file a bug report with pinn.
[6:51] <Rukus> i wonder if its my HDMI to VGA adapter not playing well
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[6:52] <brianx> note that you're using one when you file the report. the adapter should be transparent if it's transparent in raspbian.
[6:52] <Rukus> bought a monitor and adpater for a combines total of $30 haha
[6:53] <Rukus> i'll have to learn how to file a report
[6:53] <brianx> depending on size, that could be good or could be bad. there are a lot of $30 hdmi monitors out there that exist, but most are only 720p.
[6:54] <Rukus> well, i realize after i put mine together, there are many other options i could have went for
[6:54] <Rukus> its not a great monitor
[6:54] <Rukus> 1440x900
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[6:55] <brianx> if it's at least 19", then not too bad.
[6:55] <Rukus> yeah
[6:55] <Rukus> it is
[6:55] <Rukus> with built in speakers
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[6:55] <Rukus> the dac in the pi is terrible, luckily my hdmi adapter has a better one
[6:56] <HrdwrBoB> yeah
[6:56] <HrdwrBoB> that's what you get though
[6:56] <brianx> most of the deals in that price range are going to be only 720p so you got a bit more resolution at a 3:4 aspect ratio and more power consumption.
[6:56] <HrdwrBoB> my screen for the pi is 1024x600
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[6:57] <brianx> i'm sharing my desktop monitor today, so 1920x1200. the other 3b is on a 1920x1080
[6:57] <Rukus> heh
[6:57] <Rukus> the laptop i am on is 1366x768 i think
[6:58] <HrdwrBoB> oh god
[6:58] <brianx> but today i'm mostly running headless.
[6:58] <HrdwrBoB> how do you survive
[6:58] <Rukus> its difficult to look at after looking at my wifes 12" acer with a 2k screen
[6:58] <HrdwrBoB> I have 2x 1080 atm
[6:58] <HrdwrBoB> and my laptop is a 15" macbook retina
[6:58] <HrdwrBoB> home screens is 3x1920x1200
[6:58] <HrdwrBoB> because you can never have too many pixels
[6:58] <brianx> i'd like a 4k monitor but they're just too big for the space i have.
[6:59] <Rukus> i get by, i DO want a new laptop, but for my purposes, the screen is the only issue
[6:59] <Rukus> id spam my specs if no one would get mad at me haha
[6:59] <brianx> you'd laugh at my laptop. :-\
[6:59] <Rukus> you might giggle
[6:59] <Rukus> may i?
[6:59] <HrdwrBoB> hah.
[6:59] <HrdwrBoB> my desktop PC is an old core2 quad
[6:59] <brianx> sure.
[6:59] <HrdwrBoB> 4gb ram
[7:00] <Rukus> HexChat: 2.10.2 ** OS: Linux 4.4.0-66-generic x86_64 ** Distro: LinuxMintD=LinuxMint ** CPU: 4 x Intel(R) Core(TM) i5 CPU M 480 @ 2.67GHz (GenuineIntel) @ 1.20GHz ** RAM: Physical: 5.5GiB, 43.5% free ** Disk: Total: 223.5GiB, 66.7% free ** VGA: Intel Corporation Core Processor Integrated Graphics Controller ** Sound: HDA-Intel - HDA Intel MID ** Ethernet: Marvell Technology Group Ltd. Yukon Optima
[7:00] <Rukus> 88E8059 [PCIe Gigabit Ethernet Controller with AVB] ** Uptime: 6d 1h 44m 51s **
[7:00] <HrdwrBoB> yeah
[7:00] <HrdwrBoB> see that's way faster than my old core2 :)
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[7:00] <brianx> yeah, you'd laugh at my laptop.
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[7:00] <swift110> hey all
[7:00] <Rukus> yeah, thats why i am like... it really does serve my purpose other than the screen
[7:00] <Rukus> the drive is SSD
[7:00] <brianx> my laptop is comparable to this pi 3b.
[7:01] <Rukus> oh my
[7:01] <brianx> it rarely gets used.
[7:01] <Rukus> i can compile 64bit android in under two hours
[7:01] <Rukus> 1:45 average
[7:02] <Rukus> :D
[7:02] <swift110> Rukus: what laptop is that and how old is it?
[7:02] <Rukus> its a sony something
[7:02] <Rukus> vaio
[7:02] <Rukus> thats it
[7:02] <Rukus> its bios mentions 2008
[7:02] <Rukus> 9 years
[7:03] <HrdwrBoB> at leasy my work desktop is an i7-3370 3.4ghz
[7:03] <HrdwrBoB> *least
[7:03] <Rukus> it was gifted to me by my brother, who said "I cant make it work, you have it"
[7:03] <Rukus> i replaced the hdd
[7:03] <Rukus> its always something simple
[7:03] <brianx> 1.6-GHz Intel Pentium M, 2GB, 60GB 7200rpm, 15" 1024x768.
[7:04] <Rukus> i dont feel too bad now :P
[7:04] <HrdwrBoB> oh wow
[7:04] <HrdwrBoB> 15" 1024x768
[7:04] <HrdwrBoB> I still have my X200s
[7:04] <Rukus> thats 4:3
[7:04] <brianx> i think it has fedora 18 installed.
[7:04] <HrdwrBoB> which is 12" 1440x900
[7:04] <HrdwrBoB> before any of this other stuff existed
[7:04] <Rukus> I tried fedora, apparently i dont have the patience
[7:04] <Rukus> on that note, id NEVER install Arch
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[7:05] <brianx> i wrote the blog that was the top google hit for installing f22 on pi 3b.
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[7:05] <Rukus> thats where i recognize your name
[7:05] <brianx> nobody reads it anymore, f25 has a pi release.
[7:05] <Rukus> it was, like, a thought in the back of my head, and i was like "nahh just irc"
[7:06] <brianx> Rukus, no. i wrote it under chisight.
[7:06] <Rukus> whats that
[7:06] <brianx> my other nick.
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[7:06] <brianx> speaking of... i better log in to it before it expires.
[7:06] <Rukus> oh
[7:06] <Rukus> so it was just here then
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[7:07] <Rukus> whats the name of the file in /etc/ where i can change power settings for the pi?
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[7:07] <chisight> same me. brianx
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[7:07] <Rukus> i'll google it. n/m sorry. i just like ot be social
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[7:08] <brianx> it's old now. there's not a lot of interest in f23 since f25 is out and has a pi version.
[7:09] <Rukus> i stuck with raspbian, because maybe more support
[7:09] <Rukus> and i clearly require it
[7:09] <brianx> but it was my most interesting top google hit.
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[7:09] <brianx> i use raspbian too. f23 was a toy to mess around with.
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[7:09] <brianx> it wasn't usable, there was no acceleration and no omxplayer.
[7:10] <Rukus> sudo nano /etc/kbd/config <---- thats what i was looking for (in case anyone wanted to know)
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[7:12] <Rukus> can i set POWERDOWN_TIME=0 with BLANK_TIME=30 ?
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[7:12] <Rukus> would that leave my monitor on? but screen blank?
[7:12] <brianx> /etc/kbd/config doesn't exist on my raspbian.
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[7:13] <Rukus> becasue currently, i dont think its turning the monitor off anyway, only blanking screen
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[7:13] <brianx> it doesn't turn my monitor off. debian does though.
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[7:14] <Rukus> oh fun
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[7:14] <Rukus> brianx: ok good youre still here
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[7:15] <brianx> yeah, i'm here as both me's
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[7:15] <Rukus> oh nice
[7:15] <chisight> me too!
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[7:16] <Rukus> im impressed how fast pi's boot
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[7:16] <Rukus> i should race it against my laptop haha
[7:17] <chisight> thank systemd for that. it may be hated but it sure does help boot speed.
[7:17] <Rukus> i'm too ignorant to hate it
[7:17] <Rukus> igorance is bliss@
[7:17] <Rukus> !!
[7:18] <chisight> i just took the time to learn the basics. it's not toooo bad.
[7:18] <chisight> my biggest beef is that the log files are binary and not text.
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[7:19] <chisight> you can make it also write text but that would be two writes.
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[7:20] <chisight> Rukus: it does appear /etc/kbd/config settings are out of date.
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[7:20] <Rukus> chisight: hmmm waht can i do about that?
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[7:21] <Rukus> also this interests me
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[7:21] <Rukus> BLANK_DPMS=off ? should that be... on?
[7:21] <chisight> i'm seeing solutions to it under x, but none under console.
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[7:21] <chisight> it appears that the whole /etc/kbd/config is ignored.
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[7:22] <Rukus> i've manipulated it to not blank screen, and its made an effect
[7:22] <Rukus> is it ignored?
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[7:22] <chisight> hmm, so maybe it is still used. i'm seeing a zillion posts saying it doesn't work anymore.
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[7:23] <Rukus> i dont know tbh
[7:23] <chisight> "consoleblank=0" in /boot/cmdline.txt seems to be a common recommendation but i see people saying that fails too.
[7:24] <chisight> another common recommendation is file /etc/lightdm/lightdm.conf after [SeatDefault] add "xserver-command=X -s 0 dpms"
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[7:26] <Rukus> ive saw the second one
[7:26] <Rukus> i might try it
[7:26] <Rukus> i wish it were simpler, but i guess thats not the point
[7:26] <chisight> another: (each @ is on a new line) /etc/xdg/lxsession/LXDE-pi/autostart add @xset s noblank @xset s off @xset -dpms
[7:27] <Rukus> im gonna put this ina text file and look at these tomorrow
[7:27] <chisight> ahh /etc/kbd/config is a x config entry. this is a console only pi.
[7:27] <Rukus> yours is headless?
[7:28] <chisight> switched over to a pi with X installed and the file exists.
[7:28] <Rukus> ah
[7:28] <Rukus> got ya
[7:28] <Rukus> x
[7:28] <Rukus> x = gui yeah.. i got it
[7:28] <chisight> none of my pi are actually headless at the moment, but none have the monitor turned on either.
[7:29] <chisight> the pi i'm working with today is console only, no X.
[7:29] <Rukus> yeah
[7:29] <Rukus> i dunno
[7:30] <Rukus> i might just disable it for now, and push that fancy little thing called a power button, until i get the time / desire to do something about it
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[7:31] <chisight> it's not like clearing the screen saves any power. the backlight is still on.
[7:31] <Rukus> yeah. until i can get it to work properly, its not doing me any favors other than going almost dark
[7:32] <Rukus> \hmmm i just thought of something
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[7:32] <Rukus> osmc can turn the monitor off
[7:32] <Rukus> i used a screen saver script for kodi
[7:32] <Rukus> err addon
[7:32] <Rukus> i wonder how it works
[7:33] <Rukus> except i forget what its called :(
[7:33] <chisight> ok, added consoleblank=0 to the end of /boot/cmdline.txt. will see in a minute if it impacts the console.
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[7:34] <chisight> dpms is the usual mechanism.
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[7:37] <Rukus> oh man i am so tired, i was logging into my pi, using a terminal that was logged into my other pi
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[7:39] <chisight> funny thing. i just did that intentionally.
[7:39] <Rukus> hgaha
[7:39] <Rukus> vcgencmd display_power 0 is how osmc uses ascreensaver to turn off hdmi
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[7:40] <chisight> i wonder if that puts a normal monitor to sleep or not.
[7:40] <chisight> or if it just sees "no signal" and sits there displaying that forever
[7:41] <Rukus> no idea
[7:41] <Rukus> but it turned off my monitor, if thats what u mean
[7:41] <chisight> yeah
[7:41] <Rukus> also
[7:41] <Rukus> it stays turned off
[7:42] <Rukus> nothing wakes it
[7:42] <chisight> i know if i pull the cable on my big monitor that it will forever display "no signal"
[7:42] <Rukus> so, i didnt learn anything useful for me
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[7:42] <Rukus> except running that command from terminal again
[7:42] <Rukus> learning is fun anyway
[7:43] <chisight> coming up on 10 minutes for me... console screen is still awake.
[7:43] <Rukus> boo urns
[7:43] <chisight> keeping it awake was my goal.
[7:43] <Rukus> oh
[7:44] <chisight> the monitor won't turn off when the console blanks, so might as well have something on the display.
[7:44] <Rukus> i used /etc/kbd/config
[7:44] <Rukus> and set to 0
[7:44] <Rukus> because i use x and it works
[7:44] <chisight> my pi doesn't have a /etc/kbd/config because it doesn't have X
[7:44] <Rukus> yeah
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[7:45] <chisight> ok, been 10 minutes. consoleblank=0 at the end of /boot/cmdline.txt works for console mode.
[7:45] <Rukus> sweet
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[7:58] <Rukus> heres a possible solution to my issue
[7:58] <Rukus> https://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/viewtopic.php?p=969562#p969562
[7:58] <Rukus> will look at it tomorrow
[7:58] <Rukus> good night everyone
[7:59] <chisight> that's one of the ones i pasted above.
[7:59] <chisight> have a good night.
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[8:01] <brianx> does anyone know if raspbian has a preference of any kind to use iptables over the newer nftables?
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[8:21] <brianx> nevermind, nftables isn't even installed by default. it must not be recommended yet.
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[8:44] <alexandre9099> what!?! yesterday i was with a problem with sudo, now i removed the raspberry pi power source (to reboot it since i dont have root account access and sudo wasnt working) and now sudo works fine -_-
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[8:46] <CTRL_F> Not sure if this is the right place to ask, but I'm having issues with writing an image to an SD card
[8:47] <alexandre9099> what is the problem? which OS are you using, how are you flashing
[8:47] <alexandre9099> the image?
[8:48] <CTRL_F> The first time I tried to flash the image (found here) http://mirror.jmu.edu/pub/parrot/iso/arm/parrotsec-3.4-armhf-rpi-1/index.html
[8:48] <CTRL_F> the SD card was remounted
[8:49] <alexandre9099> ok, but how are you flashing the image? are you on windows, linux or mac (or other :D)?
[8:49] <CTRL_F> My fault, Windows 7
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[8:49] <alexandre9099> so you are using win32flasher or something like that?, right
[8:50] <CTRL_F> yes
[8:50] <alexandre9099> *win32diskimager
[8:50] <alexandre9099> what you mean by the sd being remounted?
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[8:51] <CTRL_F> The volumes on the SD card are allocated, what I assume is the boot partition is created and then the card dismounts and remounts automatically
[8:51] <CTRL_F> the write is successful to about 1%
[8:51] <alexandre9099> yes, that is what it is suposed to do
[8:52] <alexandre9099> what you mean with 1%?
[8:52] <alexandre9099> did you tried another card?
[8:52] <alexandre9099> does it have the necessary space?
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[8:53] <CTRL_F> Not yet. The uncompressed image is about 7Gb and the card has about 14.5 after reformatting, cleaning and re-allocating
[8:53] <alexandre9099> (nevermind the resize part, it can be done on the RPi wih raspi-config)
[8:53] <alexandre9099> you dont need to format it with any specific filesystem because it is going to be overwritten
[8:54] <alexandre9099> but, is there any error?
[8:54] <alexandre9099> the only thing i understood was the remount part, which is ok
[8:54] <CTRL_F> Yes, I'll see if I can recreate it
[8:54] <alexandre9099> (i have to go AFK in a few moments :/)
[8:54] <CTRL_F> Ah, no problem
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[8:57] <alexandre9099> after flashing did you tryed booting the SD on the RPi?
[8:57] <CTRL_F> No
[8:57] <alexandre9099> ok, so flash it and put it directly on the RPi, then tell the result :)
[8:58] <alexandre9099> my IRC bouncer will keep in touch :D
[8:58] <alexandre9099> AFK
[8:58] <CTRL_F> Will do, It's formatting at the moment.
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[9:02] <CTRL_F> Okay I've switched card readers and it seems to be writing without problems so far. If anything comes up I'll post
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[9:11] <alexandre9099> i'm back
[9:11] <CTRL_F> welcome back
[9:11] <alexandre9099> i see, lets wait till its done
[9:12] <alexandre9099> it may take a few moments :D
[9:12] <CTRL_F> 70% finished, It was probably my garbage $3 SD card reader from china
[9:13] <CTRL_F> Yeah here's the exact same issue https://openenergymonitor.org/forum-archive/node/3240.html
[9:14] <Lartza> Hey my 3$ card reader is just fine!
[9:14] <Lartza> :P
[9:14] <alexandre9099> XD
[9:14] <alexandre9099> actually it is strange the the chinese sd card was not working :/
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[9:15] <CTRL_F> Haha. This same one worked for raspbian though. Strange
[9:15] <CTRL_F> Same card even
[9:15] <alexandre9099> was it giving the same error as in the post you sent
[9:15] <CTRL_F> Yes
[9:16] <alexandre9099> did you tryed more than one time?
[9:16] <CTRL_F> yes
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[9:17] <alexandre9099> did you tryed what they sayed in the forum, right? (changing the port and running as admin)
[9:18] <CTRL_F> Didn't change the port, but ran as admin
[9:18] <CTRL_F> The write was successful :D
[9:18] <alexandre9099> :D good, now try putting it on the Rpi and running raspi-config to expand
[9:18] <CTRL_F> Giving it a shot - 1 sec
[9:21] <CTRL_F> Seemed to boot okay except now I'm at a black screen with a blinking cursor, no text anywhere
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[9:22] <CTRL_F> yeah looks unresponsive. GOing to wait on it
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[9:29] <alexandre9099> try to change tty
[9:30] <alexandre9099> ctrl + alt +f<something> (f4 for example)
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[9:31] <CTRL_F> No luck yet
[9:32] <CTRL_F> probably my keyboard
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[9:33] <alexandre9099> try to add some network config to the boot partition
[9:33] <alexandre9099> i dont know how to do that but you can search
[9:33] <alexandre9099> and enable ssh
[9:34] <CTRL_F> I've got another linux machine, I'll try that if the keyboard replacement doesn't work
[9:35] <CTRL_F> Got the prompt for a second but it went away
[9:35] <alexandre9099> it could have been because you changed the tty
[9:36] <alexandre9099> what is your Rpi? 3?
[9:36] <CTRL_F> yes
[9:36] <CTRL_F> ah, it seems to have been a trial and error situation
[9:36] <alexandre9099> is the disk activity light blinking?
[9:37] <CTRL_F> yes
[9:37] <CTRL_F> managed to log in
[9:38] <alexandre9099> :)
[9:38] <alexandre9099> any graphical interface?
[9:39] <CTRL_F> not yet, expanding the filesystem and such
[9:39] <alexandre9099> yea, it is better to do that first :) i forgot about that
[9:40] <CTRL_F> heyyyy the GUI loaded
[9:41] <CTRL_F> lol would've never guess the ctrl+alt+f1
[9:41] <CTRL_F> guessed* even. Thanks for the help!
[9:41] <alexandre9099> :) no problem, it is good to help
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[10:00] <ZSky> Hi, has RPi Zero W the same GPIO pins at the same places than RPi2 / 3 ?
[10:02] <CTRL_F> It should
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[10:03] <ZSky> So the same 40 pins?
[10:03] <brianx> pretty sure the 0w and the 3b have completely identical available pins.
[10:04] <brianx> exact same mapping.
[10:05] <CTRL_F> I don't remember which ones have 24(?) pins, but are the 40 pin pis the same then?
[10:05] <brianx> the 2b is the same as the b+.
[10:05] <brianx> the b had the 26 pin header.
[10:05] <CTRL_F> ah right, 26
[10:05] <ZSky> Ok thanks!
[10:06] <brianx> the b+, 2b differ from the 3b,0w by the use of serial for wifi.
[10:07] <brianx> making those pins unavailable unless you disable bluetooth.
[10:07] <Habbie> SDIO, right, not serial?
[10:08] <brianx> bt is on serial.
[10:08] <Habbie> ah
[10:08] <Habbie> and wifi on sdio
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[10:08] <brianx> not sure, but probably.
[10:08] <Habbie> i checked
[10:08] <brianx> sdio2
[10:08] <Habbie> pinout.xyz should mention this
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[10:09] <brianx> i disable wifi and bt.
[10:09] <brianx> so no impact to me so i just ignore the diff.
[10:10] <brianx> except console moves.
[10:10] <brianx> but in any case 0w and 3b match.
[10:11] <brianx> 2b and 3b dont.
[10:11] <ZSky> Ok thanks!
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[10:11] <ZSky> Whats diff between RPi2 and RPi3 gpio?
[10:11] <brianx> wifi and bt adjustments
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[10:13] <brianx> bt took serial, serial console got pushed to another serial port, Habbie says sdio is used for wifi.
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[10:15] <ZSky> ok
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[10:17] <ZSky> Do you know a good OLED for RPi?
[10:17] <ZSky> at least 2" but < 20$ ?
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[10:18] <brianx> I've never seen an oled of any kind good or bad meeting those requirements.
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[10:20] <ZSky> why?
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[10:20] <brianx> i couldn't guess.
[10:20] <ZSky> what kind of oled did you usually see?
[10:22] <CTRL_F> I see loads of the 1.4"
[10:22] <CTRL_F> around $15
[10:22] <brianx> i do see ads for the cheap <$20 little 1.9" oled screens all the time, but i have no clue how hard they would be to use on a pi.
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[10:23] <brianx> or maybe it was 1.4. dunno, never paid much attention.
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[10:24] <CTRL_F> meh, regardless I've only seen them used for arduino projects. I'm sure it can be done though
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[10:25] <CTRL_F> these https://www.amazon.com/Generic-White-Display-Module-Arduino/dp/B0130LL7SE
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[10:27] <brianx> a quick glance on aliexpress showed .96, 1.3, and 1.5" all under $20.
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[10:28] <brianx> but, yeah... making use of them is another matter.
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[10:28] <ZSky> CTRL_F: I've bought a 0.96" like your link for ~4$ on ebay china
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[10:28] <ZSky> but it's ... so small! I didn't realize before buying
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[10:29] <CTRL_F> nice, I've been looking into buying one of them. But for a pi it almost seems better to use cheap ~$15 display with component cables
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[10:34] <wonderer> how can i save content to a file when using "find / -type l"
[10:35] <BurtyB> wonderer, add " > filename" at the end
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[10:37] <jguillen__> hi, what do I have to configure in my raspi to apt-get through a proxy ?
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[10:38] <alexandre9099> hi, is there any way to after having a wpa-supplicant connection to a network and a ip address atributed execute a command?
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[10:39] <alexandre9099> in this case i want to run nc to send the ip to a computer in a network
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[11:02] <Spaulding> alexandre9099: http://manpages.ubuntu.com/manpages/precise/man5/interfaces.5.html
[11:02] <Spaulding> hint: post-up
[11:03] <Spaulding> then you can for ex. write a shell script to check that interface is up / wifi is connected and run your nc :)
[11:03] <Spaulding> easy peasy
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[11:58] <Torgeir> does NOOBS support rasberian lite (without X) ?
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[12:04] <Gadgetoid> Arr
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[12:11] <Armand> Gadgetoid: *Yarr!
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[12:34] <jancoow> Hi. I want to display 4 IP HD camera's on the same time on a tv with a rasspberry pi
[12:34] <jancoow> Is this possible? Is the pi powerfull enough? Can I stream this over wifi and which software should I use/>
[12:36] <shiftplusone> Depends on how you do it. I suspect that unless you're a software engineer, you'll end up wasting time and money trying to do it that way.
[12:36] <jancoow> I'm a software engineer (well, studying it..)
[12:37] <jancoow> It's about 1000kb/s per stream
[12:37] <jancoow> this would be a total bandwith of 4mb/s for all the streams at the same time over wifi
[12:37] <jancoow> so that should be alright ~
[12:37] <jancoow> But i'm not sure if the pi can handle 4 1080p streams
[12:38] <petn-randall> I'm guessing it doesn't.
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[12:38] <shiftplusone> How are they encoded? I am guessing you won't be displaying them all at 1080p anyway, so can that be downscaled to something more reasonable before being sent?
[12:38] <petn-randall> The RPi3 can barely cope with h264 at 1080p, I don't think decoding 4 times as much will still be running at 25fps.
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[12:40] <jancoow> it's encoded in h264 or h265
[12:40] <jancoow> the camera can encode 3 different streams: 1080, 720 and some other resolution
[12:41] <jancoow> So if I want to display 4 of them on the same time on a full HD tv, I could use the 720p stream
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[12:41] <jancoow> And if I switch to 1 I could use the 1080p stream
[12:43] <petn-randall> jancoow: You can try, but you might want to look for other hardware if your trials show it's too slow.
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[12:43] <jancoow> petn-randall: yeah. The key here is that it should be a small formfactor so it fits behind a tv
[12:43] <jancoow> So I was thinking about a rpi
[12:44] <shiftplusone> I'd try it to experiment with and test myself, but I wouldn't do it if all I wanted was a working system.
[12:44] <jancoow> The camera supports onvif or rtsp
[12:44] <jancoow> shiftplusone: yeah exactly
[12:45] <jancoow> I've no clue if it matters to chose a pi2 or 3
[12:45] <jancoow> they didnt upgrade the gpu right? So it should matter?
[12:45] <petn-randall> jancoow: Is your TV even large enough for 4 * 720p? If not, I'd even grab the lower resolution.
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[12:45] <jancoow> petn-randall: the problem is because the compression of the camera it gets to blurrie
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[12:47] <petn-randall> jancoow: As I said, I highly doubt it will be able to decompress 4 * 720p in realtime.
[12:47] <jancoow> yeah
[12:47] <jancoow> it's quite a lot
[12:47] <petn-randall> jancoow: But try it and see. :)
[12:48] <jancoow> I'm not on the place where the camera's are but I will try to put a test location here
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[12:48] <jancoow> 25fps 720p stream of my desktop for example ~ h264
[12:50] <jancoow> omxplayer use hardware accerelation right?
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[13:08] <R3d_Sky> hello. is there any way to use the rPi as a kvm setup?
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[13:11] <jancoow> no
[13:12] <jancoow> WEll.. wait
[13:12] <shiftplusone> synergy
[13:12] <jancoow> There are some topics around on the internet
[13:13] <mfa298> depends what you mean by kvm, you can setup vnc/rdp connections into the Pi to use it's desktop
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[13:23] <R3d_Sky> I mean being able to use an Ethernet cable or similar to control PC without much lag (think 1080p30)
[13:25] <mfa298> the only video input on the Pi is the CSI connector, and the only supported thing to plug itno that is the PiCam
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[13:28] <R3d_Sky> is the rPi Ethernet bandwidth enough for moonlight game streaming
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[13:30] <Habbie> R3d_Sky, i'm pretty sure i have a friend who does that with a pi
[13:31] <R3d_Sky> nice. if only It had a Linux server
[13:31] <R3d_Sky> I didn't touch my win10 for 6 months
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[14:14] <ZSky> What are the RPi default pull up resistors value in Ohm?
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[14:16] <shiftplusone> The internal ones or the external ones on I2C?
[14:18] <ZSky> The internal ones
[14:18] <shiftplusone> Don't know the exact value off the top of my head, but they're fairly weak.
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[14:18] <shiftplusone> approximately 50k
[14:19] <shiftplusone> according to someone who should know http://wiringpi.com/reference/core-functions/
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[14:21] <ZSky> Ok thanks!
[14:21] <ZSky> What do you mean by external ones in I2C?
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[14:23] <shiftplusone> There are some resistors on the board for certain pins
[14:23] <ZSky> oh ok.
[14:23] <ZSky> shiftplusone: I'm going to use MCP23017 to connect many switches.
[14:23] <ZSky> http://electronics.stackexchange.com/q/296536/43434
[14:24] <ZSky> The question : are pull up resistors needed ? Or can I use the 100k MCP23017-built-in pull ups?
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[14:25] * petn-randall can do 10 pull ups.
[14:26] * shiftplusone can't do a single pull up yet =(
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[14:26] <shiftplusone> ZSky: the internal ones should be just fine.
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[14:27] <shiftplusone> how long will the wires be?
[14:27] <ZSky> it will be on PCB
[14:28] <ZSky> (traces)
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[14:28] <shiftplusone> Then you shouldn't need anything special. Some people prefer to use external resistors because they can be easily replaced and make the design more flexible and whatever other reasons they may have
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[14:32] <ZSky> What could be the problem of having 100k resistors?
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[14:32] <ZSky> I mean what would happen in the worst case?
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[14:35] <shiftplusone> In your case, I can't think of anything, but I don't have a whole lot of experience either. Seems like you're overthinking it.
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[14:41] <brianx> 100k would cause slow rise time.
[14:42] <ZSky> brianx how slow?
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[14:44] <brianx> depends on layout. with long traces over a ground plane, could reduce usable data rate below 9600 baud.
[14:45] <brianx> with short traces and little parasitic capacitance or inductance, could run at the whole 400k despite the very weak pullups.
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[14:46] <brianx> the 100k internal resistors are likely not pullups at all, but there to stop reflections.
[14:46] <brianx> the datasheet would clarify.
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[14:55] <ZSky> brianx: http://ww1.microchip.com/downloads/en/DeviceDoc/20001952C.pdf
[14:55] <brianx> read it.
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[14:59] <ZSky> I did, but as I m not a professional I don't know it everything will be ok with these built in 100k resistors
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[14:59] <brianx> ZSky: i see no indication of any resistors on the i2c lines.
[15:04] <ZSky> brianx: I mean resistors for the input. (I want to connect a switch)
[15:04] <ZSky> Page 11 of the datasheet: GPA0 17 21 I/O Bidirectional I/O pin. Can be enabled for inte rrupt-on-change and/or internal weak pull-up resistor.
[15:04] <brianx> the gpio have pullups, didn't see a value.
[15:05] <brianx> 100k is probably ok for human activated switches.
[15:05] <ZSky> ok
[15:05] <ZSky> Thanks!
[15:05] <brianx> for machine activated switches, they're too small.
[15:05] <ZSky> What I don't know is: what could fail if these pull ups are not ok?
[15:05] <ZSky> oh ok
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[15:06] <brianx> you could miss button presses.
[15:09] <ZSky> ok. But for human, do you think it will be 100% ok ?
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[15:11] <DragonEmbers_> Hey, having trouble compiling raspistill under g++, managed to get most of the errors fixed but im stumped with a link error: "undefined reference to vc_gencmd_number_property/vc_gencmd". I am linking againts /opt/vc/lib/libbcm_host
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[15:20] <Verity> did I get hacked?
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[15:20] <Verity> why would a random IP address be in my sources.list
[15:20] <Verity> and apache2 now broken somehow
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[15:21] <leftyfb> Verity: what is the ip?
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[15:22] <Verity> leftyfb, deb http://108.166.161.136/raspbian wheezy main contrib non-free rpi
[15:22] <Verity> the only source in my sources.list
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[15:23] <leftyfb> Verity: it's an apache mirror
[15:23] <leftyfb> it's legitimate
[15:24] <Verity> ah, ok
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[15:51] <ShanShen> Hi! Does the RPi 3 have problems loading websites? (I currently have the B+ from the first gen, and it is almost unsuable for surfing.)
[15:52] <R3d_Sky> ShanShen: depends on the website
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[15:55] <shiftplusone> and the browser
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[15:55] <shiftplusone> in general, you won't have the same experience as you would on an i7.
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[16:02] <ShanShen> Thanks, R3d_Sky and shiftplusone
[16:02] <R3d_Sky> yw
[16:02] <Drzacek> True. First load all possible adblockers, should help on most websites. Viewing websites like this http://motherfuckingwebsite.com/ (sorry for family unfriendly address) should be no problem, but most "popular" portals are rather heavy.
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[16:04] <IT_Sean> that is not at all apropriate for #raspberrypi, Drzacek.
[16:04] <Drzacek> sorry, had trouble finding a good example of what I mean
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[16:10] <leftyfb> "load all possible adblockers" that's some of the worst advice you could give
[16:10] <g105b> I'm running a pi to log data on a very remote farm in Wales UK, but the internet is so poor there, I'm having trouble getting the logs from it. Checking the pi's logs, a network connection seems to be present for the majority of the day, but without any available bandwidth over the _internet_. Is there something like the if-up.d/ directory, but for
[16:10] <g105b> _internet_ rather than _network_ ?
[16:11] <leftyfb> Most adblockers don't actually prevent the ad from loading, they just hide it from your view. The bandwidth and memory is still used up. Add to that multiple addons in a browser doing the same task just slows you down with no benefit.
[16:12] <leftyfb> g105b: "internet" is network
[16:12] <g105b> leftyfb: but network isn't always internet.
[16:12] <leftyfb> true
[16:13] <Drzacek> leftyfb, true, maybe multiple adblockers wouldn't do the trick
[16:14] <Drzacek> but just the fact that cpu heavy floating flash ads are not rendered is a lot
[16:14] <leftyfb> Drzacek: it will most likely make things worse
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[16:14] <userro> if you use hosts file ad blocking, you'll not load ads
[16:15] <leftyfb> userro: yeah, that's fun to maintain
[16:15] <Drzacek> whats that
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[16:15] <leftyfb> g105b: your best bet is to write a script that splits the logs into smaller pieces and/or compresses them and only download pieces at a time. Add in some error checking as well
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[16:48] <ali1234> g105b: push the logs
[16:49] <g105b> ali1234: when?
[16:49] <ali1234> every 5 minutes?
[16:50] <g105b> That could waste precious bandwidth, I'm hoping to find a solution of knowing when the internet connection comes up.
[16:50] <leftyfb> g105b: did you not see my suggestions?
[16:50] <ali1234> try sending the logs
[16:51] <ali1234> if it succeeded, you know internet is up
[16:51] <leftyfb> have it constantly rsyncing
[16:52] <g105b> I think that's the simplest solution right there
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[17:19] <basti> hello there. i have two dht22 which arewrapped in a plastic bag hooked up to the pi. the temperature read is fairly similar, but for the humidity i have a difference of 10%. is there any way to calibrate these things? and how do i know whcih one is correct. i guess i have to buy another meter and hope that this i correct, dont i?
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[17:26] <Habbie> basti, what's the point of measuring humidity in a plastic bag?
[17:27] <Habbie> basti, and are they together in the same bag?
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[17:30] <mfa298> basti: don't know about the dht22 but a lot of similar sensors are designed to be fairly accurate without calibration.
[17:30] <mfa298> however there are cheap fakes out there which may not be as good
[17:31] <mfa298> check the datasheet for details of how accurate they should be and if/how calibration might be needed
[17:31] <Habbie> the dht11 has a terrible reputation
[17:31] <Habbie> don't know about the dht22
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[17:36] <ali1234> you have to bake them
[17:36] <ali1234> to drive out moisture
[17:39] <Habbie> not sure if
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[17:49] <basti> the point of putting them in a abg is to get the same moisture.
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[18:10] <plum> my NAS doesn't seem to want to use SSH keys instead of passwords...
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[18:11] <polprog> have you restarted ssh service?
[18:12] <plum> i did yeah
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[18:12] <polprog> have you checked the logs
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[18:12] <polprog> systemctl status sshd or something like that
[18:12] <plum> ooh not yet, will do!
[18:12] <polprog> systemctl status sshd -l
[18:13] <plum> huh bad ownership or modes for directory
[18:14] <polprog> in my debian server it's 644, owner root, grp root
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[18:15] <polprog> channel add -auto raspberrypi freenode
[18:15] <polprog> whoops :^)
[18:18] <plum> right on, i'll try, thank you
[18:18] <plum> this NAS came with ssh capabilities but it's horribly insecure in its default setup
[18:18] <plum> great, permissions worked perfectly. thanks again polprog
[18:19] <polprog> you're welcome
[18:19] <polprog> if it's open to the internet i'd change the port too
[18:20] <plum> it's not, i'm ssh-ing in from a secured bastion box that's on a different port too hehe
[18:20] <plum> now -that- one is visible to the internets
[18:21] <brainzap> hehehe the secret 1337 port
[18:23] <plum> quite!
[18:24] <plum> it's up there enough that you need to be pretty patient with an nmap scan to find it
[18:24] <plum> i've also configured psad to alert if an nmap scan is detected
[18:25] <polprog> 31337 is even higher
[18:26] <plum> !!! the highest
[18:26] <polprog> also, fail2ban is doing great work on my box
[18:26] <plum> fail2ban = <3
[18:26] <polprog> i'd advise setting it up
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[18:26] <plum> i've installed it and done some configuration but i'm not sure if i'm fully utilizing it as i should
[18:26] <polprog> i can scan you if you want xD
[18:26] <brainzap> I can test your security, just send me the login
[18:27] <polprog> ive put together a handy script that shows abusers
[18:27] <polprog> i can upload it if you want
[18:27] <plum> ooh that would be cool, thank you!
[18:27] <polprog> wait a sec
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[18:31] <leftyfb> polprog: script for fail2ban?
[18:31] <polprog> yeah
[18:31] <leftyfb> polprog: I use the hell out of fail2ban
[18:31] <polprog> just a tiny bash i use
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[18:32] <leftyfb> polprog: what does your script do exactly?
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[18:35] <polprog> https://gist.github.com/PolishProgrammer/96d0bd410c31eaec699a61e1ff6be6ba
[18:35] <polprog> it has room for improvement
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[18:36] <leftyfb> oh, just gets ip's from the logs
[18:37] <polprog> yeah
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[18:38] <leftyfb> my fail2ban has blocked 56 ip's in the past 12 hours
[18:38] <leftyfb> looking through those every day would take up too much time
[18:39] <plum> i'll check that, thanks!
[18:39] <polprog> 0 hits today since i changed the default port
[18:39] <leftyfb> oh, my fail2ban monitors way more than ssh
[18:39] <plum> sweeeeet. this is cool. i've seen a similar approach from logwatch but i'm gonna try it myself
[18:40] <leftyfb> I run websites
[18:40] <plum> leftyfb: any advice on fully utilizing fail2ban?
[18:40] <leftyfb> plum: monitor as much as you can
[18:40] <leftyfb> and make sure to whitelist appropriately
[18:40] <plum> oh for sure
[18:40] <plum> i've deeeeeefinitely not locked myself out from fail2ban before
[18:40] <plum> :P
[18:41] <leftyfb> I wrote a check just for people/bots trying to login to wordpress sites I host
[18:41] <plum> i store my suspicious 404 hits to a database and ban the ip addresses associated
[18:41] <leftyfb> I also utilize cloudflare for some sites so I wrote the cloudflare jail that is available with fail2ban now
[18:41] <polprog> since i disabled password login, the amount of bans fell 4 times, and since i changed the port, nobody hits
[18:41] <plum> tiiiight
[18:42] <leftyfb> plum: yup, I have a list of urls/plugins/filenames that are known to be bad and bans immediately if someone tries to access them
[18:42] <leftyfb> polprog: yup, same here
[18:42] <plum> awesome! would you mind sharing?
[18:42] <polprog> sharing what
[18:42] <plum> i have my own growing list from fun bot scans
[18:42] * BurtyB uses csf/lfd
[18:42] <plum> what's csf/lfd?
[18:43] <polprog> yeah, i'll give you the list
[18:43] <plum> thank you :D
[18:43] <polprog> gimme a sec
[18:43] <plum> i've been wanting to learn more about security and this is super helpful
[18:43] <plum> see, raspberry pi's being used for educational purposes :P
[18:43] <polprog> https://hastebin.com/pucuyowewo.nginx
[18:44] <plum> cooool
[18:44] <plum> thank you!
[18:44] <plum> i use apache too, would it be better to use nginx?
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[18:44] <polprog> apache is pretty standard
[18:44] <polprog> so is nginx
[18:44] <polprog> i see no reason of one being better than another
[18:45] <plum> ohhh i thought you meant a list of urls etc
[18:45] <oq> nginx is far better than apache imo, especially for a low end environment like a raspberry pi or a vps
[18:45] <polprog> and anyway nowadays people use flash etc.
[18:45] <shiftplusone> I believe nginx has much better response times
[18:45] <polprog> flask*
[18:45] <polprog> plum: urls? if you visit my ip there's just a static html page ;)
[18:45] <plum> leftyfb: would you be willing to share your list of urls/plugins that they try to access?
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[18:46] <plum> polprog: i have a couple pages up but keep seeing some 404 hits to things like /wp-admin etc
[18:46] <plum> i'd like to auto-ban ip addresses who try to access those
[18:46] <plum> it's great having no admin page up because you get to see what people think your site is using lol
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[18:47] <plum> s/people/bots
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[18:47] <leftyfb> plum: that's easy
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[18:48] <leftyfb> plum: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/t49ho8yobqjcw67/AAB4cr0CIxGOXGIE6IY9Ng1va?dl=0
[18:49] <polprog> this will come in handy, thanks leftyfb
[18:49] <plum> yes absolutely, thank you!
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[18:50] <leftyfb> damn, they removed my cloudflare filter. I'll have to look into why and get it back in there
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[18:51] <BurtyB> plum, https://configserver.com/cp/csf.html similar to fail2ban but checks processes etc. and works in a different weird way ;)
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[18:52] <leftyfb> ah, api issues
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[18:52] <plum> coooool
[18:52] <plum> thank you BurtyB
[18:52] <plum> i'll try it too :D
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[18:53] <plum> wow that csf/lfd looks intense too
[18:53] <polprog> i guess it's time to hit up on books, if i ever want to be an admin
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[18:54] <plum> leftyfb: integrating these with fail2ban isn't as simple as copying/pasting these configs is it?
[18:54] <leftyfb> plum: then call them in your jail.conf
[18:55] <GreeningGalaxy> I got introduced to nginx through Void, which doesn't ship Apache. It's good stuff.
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[18:56] <plum> thanks a ton, i really appreciate all the help
[18:57] <leftyfb> bah, stupid json api's. 1-line curl's are a thing of the past
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[19:00] <Habbie> i misread that as 'a thing of the post' and i thought it was beautiful
[19:01] <plum> hahaha
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[19:05] <plum> huh i' see a few of these apache confs are already in my filter.d folder
[19:05] <plum> are they customized?
[19:06] <leftyfb> some are
[19:06] <leftyfb> I just copied all my apache-* files :)
[19:06] <plum> right onnnn
[19:06] <leftyfb> and the wp-login.conf
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[19:06] <plum> so this instantly bans them? i think my shell script had to be run from cron
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[19:07] <leftyfb> it will if you tell fail2ban to
[19:07] <leftyfb> this is all configurable
[19:07] <plum> sweeeeeet
[19:07] <leftyfb> things like the badbots and hacks I ban immediately
[19:07] <leftyfb> wp-login I ban after a number of tries in an amount of time
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[19:14] <plum> i see i see
[19:14] <plum> what do you put as the action in jail.conf?
[19:14] <plum> like i just have ufw for my port scan
[19:14] <plum> i think it might be incorrect
[19:14] <polprog> i think you put a firewall action there
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[19:15] <polprog> i'm not a guru by any means though
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[19:17] <plum> wuuuuut
[19:17] <plum> fail2ban-client status
[19:17] <plum> ERROR Unable to contact server. Is it running?
[19:17] <plum> ugh i think i screwed up the configs when i set this up last time
[19:18] <plum> my fail2ban.log is empty too
[19:19] <polprog> systemctl status fail2ban -l
[19:19] <polprog> and journalctl -xe
[19:19] <plum> yeah there's some config issue
[19:19] <plum> darn plum
[19:20] <polprog> the latter one should tell you exactly where the problem lies
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[19:22] <plum> got it, i think i linked to a nonexistent logfile
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[19:22] <plum> i need to do not do this on little sleep haaa
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[19:26] <plum> in jail.conf, logpath is which file to look for, right?
[19:26] <plum> or is it the logfile that is created?
[19:26] <plum> i don't want to overwrite my logs
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[19:41] <plum> ERROR No file(s) found for glob /var/log/sshd.log
[19:42] <plum> i keep seeing this as the fail2ban status even though i changed it to /var/log/auth.log in my config file
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[19:49] <redrabbit> i removed fail2ban from my machines
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[19:49] <mfa298> :q
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[19:50] * mfa298 thinks that wont work in this window
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[19:55] <polprog> c-x c-c
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[20:20] <gareeb> any suggestions for python modbus over ethernet library? (evaluating pymodbus)
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[20:29] <plum> yaaay got fail2ban alive :D
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[20:41] <polprog> good job :)
[20:42] <eliudnir> plum, yay - mine just banned 16 IP's overnight :P
[20:43] <plum> welcome to jail fellas :P
[20:43] <plum> hehe
[20:43] <plum> i'm now looking into implementing the apache stuff
[20:43] <plum> i'm torn between pointing the logpath to error.log or access.log
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[20:55] <BurtyB> plum, does it support both formats?
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[21:02] <plum> should be error.log, my bad
[21:02] <plum> i'm just all sorts of confused today
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[21:10] <polprog> get some rest, it helps
[21:10] <polprog> i should get some
[21:10] <polprog> ;)
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[21:21] <dury> hi there all :-)
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[21:22] <dury> pi 3 to build a drone are there any projects?
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[21:26] <dury> are there any projects to develop a drone?
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[21:28] * ShorTie Thinkz, better to just buy 1, and cheaper .. :/~
[21:29] <dury> ShorTie, like what you suggest?
[21:30] <ShorTie> walmart has the for like 100 or 200 bucks i think
[21:31] <leftyfb> dury: there are several projects out there to build drones utilizing raspberry pi's. Google.com should help you there
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[21:32] <saint_> anyone ever tried to NAT sip protocol, using RPi ?
[21:32] <ShorTie> i got some Bumble Bee's for like 40 that are great
[21:33] <dury> leftyfb, can you suggest me one please?
[21:33] <dury> ShorTie, Bumble Bee?
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[21:35] <ShorTie> smaller and cheaper now, https://www.amazon.com/BumbleBEE-CX-Smart-Drone-Propeller/dp/B01N8RYPF9
[21:35] <leftyfb> dury: I can only suggest doing research online starting with google
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[21:36] <leftyfb> dury: if research isn't your thing, then I suggest buying one from walmart or amazon
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[21:36] <dury> leftyfb, all right thanks indeed
[21:37] <pwillard> saint_: SIP gets natted everytime it leaves your personal firewall... maybe use openwrt source code as a guide?
[21:37] <mfa298> saint_: there may be a kernel module you may need to load, but sip tends to be interesting over NAT (depends on phone and sip server settings as well)
[21:38] <saint_> pwillard that s not my issue. i have 2 networks (10.60.1.0 and 192.168.1.0) , and i m getting one way audio. one of my coworkers is telling me it s because I need a SBC. I believe if I am between 2 private network, i don t need a SBC, and using Rpi/NAT should do it. I think the issue is somewhere else.
[21:39] <mfa298> saint_: if both networks are on the same router and you can ping from one to the other NAT probably isn't the issue
[21:39] <saint_> Rpi is my router
[21:39] <saint_> wifi <--> eth
[21:40] <mfa298> if you don't need nat between the two devices for other things then you shouldn't need nat for sip.
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[21:41] <dury> ShorTie, has bee camera incorporated
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[21:42] <ShorTie> not for that price
[21:42] <ShorTie> camera is like 2 bills i think
[21:42] <leftyfb> dury: he gave you a link, did you click on it?
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[21:43] <georgi-zen> Hey guys, i got the official SD card with the NOOBS on it. I installed Raspbian but now would like to install ArchLinux. Should I try (and is it even possible) to use NOOBS to install it or should I just go on with manually putting it onto the SD card? Also, is it possible to have dual-booting? Thanks!
[21:43] <dury> ShorTie, I did click your link it doesn't say much though
[21:44] <leftyfb> dury: if it had a camera, it would list it in the features/description
[21:44] <dury> all right mate sorry about it
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[21:46] <pwillard> georgi-zen: Noobs SD is not really a "try till you find one you like"... it makes destructive changes during build process.
[21:46] <georgi-zen> mhm i thought that noobs is no longer on the sd card
[21:47] <georgi-zen> if that's what you mean
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[21:47] <dury> ShorTie, what's the main purpose about your bee? is it just for fun or what?
[21:47] <ShorTie> fun
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[21:47] <ShorTie> battle them
[21:48] <ShorTie> hard to hurt really
[21:48] <pwillard> georgi-zen: Right... noobs -s gone. Its definitely easier to work with though... you download a new noobs kit... unzip... format the SD... copy the unzipped files to the SD and try again.
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[21:49] <georgi-zen> okay thanks pwillard :)
[21:49] <ShorTie> just gotta remember to drop it on the groud as fast as you can after turning it on to set the gyros
[21:49] <ShorTie> them they fly great
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[21:51] <Hurthfoo> Hi. How do you vnc to an rpi from ubuntu?
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[21:51] <dury> ShorTie, what's the autonomy of that bee ... I mean battery
[21:51] <Hurthfoo> None of the VNC clients I'v tried work :s
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[21:51] <dury> ShorTie, one hour probably?
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[21:52] <polprog> Hurthfoo: are you sure you have vnc installed, configured, and running?
[21:53] <polprog> Hurthfoo: also, ssh is a better way of remoting into the PI
[21:53] <pwillard> Hurthfoo: pretty sure you have to use the one from REALVNC.ltd
[21:53] <leftyfb> Hurthfoo: use x11vnc
[21:54] <Hurthfoo> pwillard, realvnc doesn't even exist in the repos... Why would rpi require that you use a version of VNC unsupported by common Linux distros?
[21:54] <Hurthfoo> ;o
[21:54] <Hurthfoo> leftyfb, thanks :)
[21:54] <pwillard> When have distro's been up to date?
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[21:55] <polprog> pwillard: you can always use archlinux-arm
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[21:56] <Hurthfoo> pwillard, realvnc isn't new... It's just not very well supported on linux...
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[22:00] <dury> http://puppylinux.org/main/Download%20Latest%20Release.htm
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[22:01] <dury> anyone tried that?
[22:01] <polprog> wait, it's on Pi?
[22:01] <polprog> wow
[22:01] <Lartza> eh, why should anyone try it?
[22:02] <dury> well... why not?
[22:02] <Lartza> Because puppy linux is kind of not good at all for anything? :D
[22:02] <Lartza> Why not just use a proper distro
[22:02] <leftyfb> Lartza: everything has it's place
[22:03] <Lartza> It's cool as an USB drive distro etc because it's so small (or used to be at least years ago I last used it)
[22:03] <polprog> yeah, there's hannah montana linux
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[22:03] <polprog> there probably is some use to that too (srsly)
[22:03] <Lartza> Obvious one, for some idiot child :P
[22:04] <Lartza> Although there's really no reason to use it instead of just installing any other distro and theming it
[22:04] * polprog is totally not running it on a server
[22:04] <leftyfb> Lartza: there's no need for the disrespect of others
[22:04] <Lartza> what
[22:08] <dury> all right have to go though... catch you all later, right?
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[22:09] <Hurthfoo> leftyfb, thanks again, all solved
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[22:10] <leftyfb> Hurthfoo: np
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[22:27] <plum> leftyfb: trying to implement your apache stuff :)
[22:28] <plum> i've gotten an error saying ERROR Failed during configuration: 'bool' object is not iterable
[22:28] <plum> i think my jail.conf doesn't have the right entry for action
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[23:28] <ice303> hi
[23:28] <ice303> can someone recomend a good passive cooling case for a raspberry pi 3?
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[23:56] <plum> ice303: i'm not the best person to ask in terms of cooling knowledge, but i got this one and it has done well i think
[23:56] <plum> https://www.amazon.com/Zebra-Case-Raspberry-Black-Included/dp/B00M6G9YBM
[23:56] <plum> comes with heatsinks
[23:56] <plum> haven't had a pi melt on me :P
[23:57] <plum> this fan upgrade could help you too
[23:57] <plum> https://www.amazon.com/Zebra-Fan-UPGRADE-Raspberry-C4Labs/dp/B01HP4JKLS
[23:58] * GenteelBen (~GenteelBe@cpc111801-lutn14-2-0-cust55.9-3.cable.virginm.net) Quit ()

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