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IRC Log for 2017-04-08

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[0:20] <plum> anyone here use apparmor?
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[0:27] <brianx> Psi-Jack: i found yzf600's answer in the link but there isn't enough to say much more about how to do this. if the pwm is really being looked at by the controller then you can simply generate the correct pwm in software and use one gpio with a transistor to output the right results to the main door controller. it could all live inside the main controller where there is plenty of power and access to
[0:27] <brianx> those handy door open/close signals (or you could do the magnet thing as shown in one of the related links from your link)
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[0:30] <brianx> Chris Stratton's answer is short but very promising if correct. your scope readings may make it clearer.
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[0:52] <Psi-Jack> brianx: Heh, nice.
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[0:54] <brianx> you may have to examine the controller board to be sure, or just mock something up and try it. the thing has to be bulletproof to handle the main switch shorting it out so you probably can't harm it with anything you do using the two wires and not injecting some high voltage into them.
[0:55] <Psi-Jack> Hmmm, indeed. I actually considered that very idea of just plugging up stuff to a breadboard, and using some kind of reasonably safe means to jump over them.
[0:57] <brianx> the door switch is the easiest obviously.
[0:57] <brianx> you'll need a transistor regardless.
[0:58] <Psi-Jack> Yeah. I'm pondering checking to see which si correct. RadioShack's site, or Google Maps, to whether there are actually Radio Shack's in my city. LOL
[1:00] <hummocks> radio shack's what ?
[1:00] <Psi-Jack> Hmm, even Apple maps shows RadioShack as well.
[1:00] <Psi-Jack> hummocks: Used to be a pretty awesome components and electronics store.
[1:01] <brianx> you need the scope captures befor making a good guess at the appropriate circuit.
[1:01] <Psi-Jack> Now, it's still kinda got that, but less on the components, more on the crap electronics. Though, they still have resistors, capacitors and transitors and the likes usually.
[1:01] <hummocks> sounds like maplins
[1:02] <Psi-Jack> Course, if you want GOOD Capacitors that aren't badly QA'd Chinese ones, definitely don't go to Radio Shack. :)
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[1:02] <brianx> to use a single gpio and just control the line directly, you'll need to sense the line too.
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[1:02] <Psi-Jack> brianx: Hmm. Well, I have that ordered at least. Probably get here Monday... Tuesday at the latest.
[1:03] <LeCamarade> /quit
[1:03] <Psi-Jack> /start :)
[1:03] <brianx> a zener assortment is also useful to have.
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[1:05] <brianx> /status
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[1:05] <Psi-Jack> Status currently unavailable at this time. Please step onto the trapdoor.
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[1:06] <brianx> ok, ready
[1:07] <Psi-Jack> Perfect. *shwiiiiing*
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[1:08] <brianx> dang, didn't see that coming.
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[1:10] <Psi-Jack> Ahh, right! Forgot to switch the polarity back. :)
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[1:15] <Psi-Jack> Man... This is how bad Radio Shack has gotten. Searching for oscilloscope in their products listing... Results in breadboards, headphones, HDMI to RCA converters, AM/FM radios. None of which has anything to do with an oscilloscope.
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[1:17] <Psi-Jack> Now, Fry's Electronics, on the other hand.. They have oscilloscopes ranging from $312 to $1500, right off the bat. It's a pitty there's none of those around here.
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[1:19] <brianx> yeah, I'm going to miss microcenter and frys when i move.
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[1:20] <Psi-Jack> Yeah.. I already long since miss Fry's. Used to live in Austin, TX, where they had a very good full sized one. :)
[1:20] <Maxxed> i've been banging my head on my desk.. for somereason, if i scp a big file from my pi to my laptop (over wifi) it starts off fast, then slowly dies out
[1:20] <Maxxed> any ideas?
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[1:20] <Psi-Jack> Maxxed: Crappy WAP?
[1:21] <Maxxed> nah, tried 2 diff ones, like sitting at my desk
[1:21] <Psi-Jack> That doesn't mean much. :)
[1:21] <Maxxed> disabled that power saver stuff on the pi too
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[1:21] <Maxxed> the pi has plenty of juice too, got a 5v 5amp supply on it
[1:22] <Maxxed> tried diff channels on the ap too, thinking interference, same result
[1:22] <Psi-Jack> That was your first problem, randomly changing channels. To what?
[1:22] <Psi-Jack> Only three channels on 2.5GHz matters. 1, 6, and 11.
[1:22] <Maxxed> strange to see the latency spike thru the roof too, like 1-2sec round trip (ping)
[1:23] <Maxxed> tried em, and auto chan too, same result, im thinking i can rule out interference
[1:23] <Psi-Jack> No, you really can't.
[1:23] <Maxxed> as the pi acts fine, until i try to saturate the link with scp
[1:23] <Maxxed> well, not with out a spectrum analyser
[1:24] <Maxxed> but everything else on the wap seems to be fine
[1:24] <Psi-Jack> Well, there's a simple WiFi Scan you can do too. :p
[1:24] <Maxxed> i want to rule out the wap really..
[1:24] <Maxxed> well yeah ;)
[1:24] <Maxxed> just poking in here to see if you guys know of anything off hand that i might be missing
[1:24] <Psi-Jack> But, not just WiFi. My UniFI AP's actually scans for WiFi and other potential interfering radio traffic, including satallite and microwave.
[1:25] <Maxxed> i would think i could squeek at least 10mbits a sec out of it
[1:25] <Psi-Jack> 10mbits? That's... Horrible.
[1:25] <Maxxed> yeah, those unifi's are awesome
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[1:25] <Maxxed> yeah, im not getting crap
[1:25] <Maxxed> next step, put both the wap and the pi in a farady cage and see wtf i guess :p
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[1:26] <Maxxed> https://www.jeffgeerling.com/blogs/jeff-geerling/getting-gigabit-networking
[1:26] <Maxxed> i wish i could see that kinda action :p
[1:27] <Maxxed> anywho, im going to keep at it
[1:27] <Maxxed> i'll shout out in here what i find :)
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[1:28] <Psi-Jack> Oh 802.11ac I can easily sustain 400Mbit, long term. On N, definitely near 300, depending on whether it's on 2.5GHz or 5GHz.
[1:29] <Psi-Jack> Generally anything faster would require bandwidth-sucking multi-radio WNICs, though, to which I don't use any.
[1:31] <Psi-Jack> I used to use an ASUS AC66U. I got crappy speeds and crappy range no matter what I did. I've had a Cisco AP, 3Com AP, Engenius AP, Linkcrap AP. They all sucked.
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[1:35] <Psi-Jack> Oh, and definitely never ever ever use auto mode on WiFi. That's always going to be stupid on the AP's point of view.
[1:36] <brianx> so how are you selecting channel if not auto? conditions change regularly.
[1:36] <Maxxed> +1
[1:37] <Psi-Jack> brianx: You scan. And know how WiFi works, and what channel bands are used.
[1:38] <brianx> scans today are not very accurate next week.
[1:38] <Psi-Jack> For example, if you're in a highly condensed residential area, especially like an apartment complex with 2+ floors, don't use 40MHz, 80MHz, etc.. Use the lower MHz levels, you'll still get reasonable speed, but you'll interfere less with your neighbors and thus, get better throughput if you work with them. ;)
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[1:41] <brianx> assuming not everyone is doing the same thing.
[1:41] <Psi-Jack> It's really just a matter of understanding how it works, and again, when needed, talk to your neighbors to establish the best possible solution to WiFi issues. :)
[1:42] <Psi-Jack> I live in a house, so the range between me and my neighbors barely has any interference, so in that regard, I'm kinda lucky. ;)
[1:42] <brianx> lol, in one of my networks, there are over 100 ssids visible.
[1:42] <Psi-Jack> Yikes!
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[1:42] <Psi-Jack> Yeah. Situations like that...... I'd just try to find the best channels, and hope for the best.
[1:42] <brianx> yeah. and i do think auto ends up being 1.
[1:42] <Psi-Jack> Yep.
[1:43] <Psi-Jack> Most times, auto starts at 1.
[1:43] <brianx> so auto agrees with you.
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[1:43] <Psi-Jack> Or 36, for 5G
[1:43] <brianx> that net is only 2.4
[1:43] <Psi-Jack> 1, 6, and 11 for 2GHz is the best, without any overlapping frequencies, at 20MHz.
[1:44] <brianx> i only irc over it.
[1:44] <brianx> rare light browsing.
[1:44] <Psi-Jack> Once you apply 40MHz, channel 1 will intefere with channel 6, 6 with both 1 and 11, and 11 will interfere with 6.
[1:45] <brianx> i think it's set to 20, 40 was slower. tested long ago, so not 100% sure.
[1:46] <Psi-Jack> The 5G range you /can/ go to 40MHz, but you won't take advantage of it with most standard wNICs, because they only have 1 radio.
[1:46] <brianx> 4x4 on the only client i use that isn't esp8266
[1:47] <Psi-Jack> And 5GHz has more channels, thus more bands, and less overlap.
[1:47] <Psi-Jack> Heh. Sheash. 4x4 on a WNIC?
[1:48] <brianx> cellphone.
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[1:48] <brianx> the unifi is only 3x3 though
[1:48] <Psi-Jack> Yeah.
[1:49] <brianx> i think the lite is 2x2
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[1:49] <Psi-Jack> Correct
[1:49] <Psi-Jack> The Pro is the one that has 3x3
[1:49] <Psi-Jack> The Lite and LR have 2x2
[1:50] <brianx> one of the reasons to go with pro. the weather resistance was another.
[1:50] <brianx> real poe too.
[1:50] <Psi-Jack> Heh yeah.
[1:51] <Psi-Jack> I didn't need real PoE, or placing them outside. Now that I have my UAP-AC-Lites, I'm more than happy considering what I had.
[1:51] <brianx> i got an open box so it was only $15 extra
[1:51] <brianx> so, does it have 802.11r? or are you using zero handoff?
[1:52] <Psi-Jack> brianx: 802.11r is not yet there, however, it's in beta now.
[1:53] <Psi-Jack> It's just a firmware update away to get it. :)
[1:53] <Psi-Jack> Hmmm, it may even already be there, just need to check changelogs.
[1:53] <brianx> oh, great. i had trouble finding if it was supported.
[1:54] <Psi-Jack> I'm checking. But ooooh
[1:54] <Psi-Jack> New firmware does have jq built-in for json parsing. :D
[1:55] <brianx> not sure why I'd want json parsing.
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[1:55] <Psi-Jack> hehe
[1:56] <brianx> r is important once you have more than 1 ap.
[1:56] <Psi-Jack> And I do.
[1:56] <Psi-Jack> Though, I have not dropped from WiFi since having the 2.
[1:56] <brianx> i know. i don't, yet.
[1:56] <Psi-Jack> 802.11w is supported now.
[1:57] <Psi-Jack> 802.11x is too.
[1:57] <Psi-Jack> Aha!
[1:58] <Psi-Jack> 802.11r is supported since 3.7.21.5489
[1:58] <brianx> oh, great.
[1:58] <Psi-Jack> :)
[1:59] <brianx> and explains why you get no drops without configuring zero handoff.
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[1:59] <Psi-Jack> Indeed :)
[2:00] <Psi-Jack> And there's been new firmware as of 2017-03-28, which I'm not on yet. heh
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[2:01] <Psi-Jack> I don't turn on auto-firmware updates because, PoE. Better safe than sorry.
[2:02] <Psi-Jack> Though... I possibly could. The PoE router is on an APC.... But still.
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[2:02] <brianx> i did the update a few days ago.
[2:03] <Psi-Jack> I.. Somehow missed that update for some reason. Dunno how... I got these AP's on the 27th.
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[2:06] <brianx> mine came on the 30th
[2:06] <Psi-Jack> Eh, well, wierd anyway for me. I started using UniFI Controller 4.x the "stable", but I upgraded to 5.x.
[2:07] <Psi-Jack> Well, they're updated now anyway...
[2:08] <brianx> good
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[2:09] <drjam> havent tried the OS controller yet, i have 2 cloud keys
[2:09] <brianx> i didn't look at 4.x. went right to 5
[2:09] <drjam> holy smoke i hate their guts, but love them too
[2:09] <Psi-Jack> Hmm?
[2:09] <Psi-Jack> I've been considering getting one of their cloud keys.
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[2:10] <brianx> the er-x is so cheap, it may be in my future.
[2:10] <Psi-Jack> Heh. I have one of those.
[2:11] <Psi-Jack> I just upgraded from the ER-X to the ERPOE-5. :)
[2:11] <brianx> the 3b is my firewall.
[2:11] <Psi-Jack> There's 2 problems with the ER-X. But everything else is great.
[2:12] <Psi-Jack> It does have some issues with offloading, specifically IPsec offloading is bugged. And the internal storage memory is so low that you can't do much with it. If you even so much as try to download the debian apt repo database, you will fill it up.
[2:12] <brianx> going well, have just finished full unbound and ics-dhcp integration.
[2:13] <Maxxed> well fuck me in the ass with a cactus, everything is working fine "all of the sudden"
[2:13] <Maxxed> i guess some wicked interference or something was going on
[2:13] <brianx> ouch. gotta mount a usb drive i guess
[2:14] <Maxxed> going to do some more poking around, but im thinking interference
[2:14] <Psi-Jack> Maxxed: Ahem... Kindly mind the language, please?
[2:14] <Maxxed> ah, excuse me, i forget some folks dont care for that kind of noise
[2:14] <Maxxed> well thanks for the pointers Psi-Jack, im going to do a little more digging, but i think im ok for now :)
[2:14] <Psi-Jack> Well, this channel specifically does have a language policy.
[2:15] <Maxxed> even more reason to be mindful :)
[2:15] <Maxxed> anywho, im out for now, you guys have a great weekend! :D
[2:15] <Psi-Jack> Hmmm...
[2:15] <Psi-Jack> Looks like I'll be getting that scope kit Sunday. :)
[2:15] <brianx> fast
[2:15] <Psi-Jack> I'll have to assemble it, but that should take like an hour.
[2:16] <Psi-Jack> brianx: All about the Prime. :)
[2:16] <brianx> ahh, i get much of my components on aliexpress.
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[2:17] <Psi-Jack> Heh, I look on their site to get ideas sometimes, but go to Amazon because they're usually a little cheaper, and definitely usually faster.
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[2:19] <brianx> faster, but amazon always loses, usually several fold.
[2:19] <Psi-Jack> How so?
[2:20] <brianx> they win on price.
[2:22] <Psi-Jack> One thing I did with Amazon once that surprised me. I used to live in a city that had LaserShip. I was very uncomfortable with a carrier using a personal vehicle and no uniform at all to deliver my packages to me.
[2:23] <Psi-Jack> They were also late by a day to two days on average. So I got a network attached camera and started recording the days they would ship me a package.
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[2:24] <brianx> and what did you catch?
[2:24] <Psi-Jack> Turns out they were found throwing packages from there vehicle to the front door one two out of the occasions.
[2:24] <Psi-Jack> On two..
[2:24] <Psi-Jack> 2:3 times
[2:25] <brianx> wow. they always even ring the bell here. always been professionals.
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[2:26] <Psi-Jack> I'm on my cell. Lol. I told Amazon that and that as a long time Prime member of they ever use LaserShip with me ever again I would never use their services of any kind and blast them publicly.
[2:27] <Psi-Jack> They never used them again since
[2:28] <brianx> surprising they listened. most companies can't change their practices for one account.
[2:29] <Psi-Jack> heh
[2:30] <Psi-Jack> I know. They sure did listen though. ANd I wasn't rude with them when I told them the situation. But I definitely did request specifically to talk to a manager to make absolute sure the details were noted on my account.
[2:31] <Psi-Jack> So, how does Amazon lose? :p
[2:32] <brianx> price.
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[2:32] <brianx> for hobby stuff, i don't spend much.
[2:33] <Psi-Jack> Hehe.
[2:34] <Psi-Jack> That's where I spend the most. LOL
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[2:35] <Psi-Jack> Hmm, trying to figure out the difference between the HiLetgo NodeMCU "New version", which has the ESP8266MOD, and the HiLetgo D1 mini which has the ESP8266 WeMOS
[2:36] <Psi-Jack> Looks like less pins on the board itself, but has a 5V pin which the NodeMCU NV didn't have.
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[2:42] <brianx> i only use the bare esp-12, not sure about all these boards.
[2:42] <Psi-Jack> Oooh, sheash. aliexpress is indeed fairly cheap. They have the WEMOS D1 mini Pro for $5.50
[2:43] <brianx> likely a clone of course.
[2:44] <Psi-Jack> I usually don't mind stuff like that. I mind that it works as expected, and doesn't come damaged. heh
[2:44] <Psi-Jack> I mean, the whole thing is an open platform. No such thing as a clone in that sense.
[2:46] <Psi-Jack> I am curiously excited about one thing though. Z-Wave recently announced a new update to their protocol and SDK v2. Finally implementing actual genuine security (hopefully), involving private keys and public keys on every device, rather than their horrible home-based broken model that they had.
[2:49] <Psi-Jack> But hmm yeah. The AliExpress Wemos D1 Mini Pro doesn't even have the shielded ESP8266EX chip.
[2:50] <Psi-Jack> And wow, 19-39 days
[2:50] <brianx> hmm, usually they just use the esp-12 for this sort of thing.
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[2:50] <brianx> look again... the guarantee is usually 60 days.
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[2:51] <Psi-Jack> Wow..
[2:51] <brianx> 19-39 is probably just the estimate.
[2:51] <Psi-Jack> Yes... It is..
[2:51] <Psi-Jack> Ssheash.. Yeah, they fail to me completely.
[2:52] <Psi-Jack> I once ordered a few things from... Oh what was that Chinese site with reaaaaaally cheap stuff, similar to Monoprice, but not Monoprice...
[2:52] <Psi-Jack> dealsextreme I think?
[2:53] <brianx> oh, i've had nothing but trouble with dx. i have only used them a couple times but won't again.
[2:54] <Psi-Jack> I ordered from them once, and only once. Never again after that. For me, I just got some cheap little BT dongles that were supposed to be 4.2 BLE capable, they weren't. Those came within 40 days. But I'd ordered something for a friend of mine as a gift from me. An iPhone 30-pin cable with outputs to RCA composite. It took them 2.5 years to finally ship it.
[2:54] <Psi-Jack> And when it did arrive, not only did my friend no longer have the iPhone, but he did test it out, and it didn't even work.
[2:56] <brianx> my long term average for aliexpress is 26 days.
[2:56] <brianx> over 100 packages over a couple years.
[2:56] <Psi-Jack> That's not too horrible, but still.
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[2:57] <Psi-Jack> I guess for hobby stuff, that's not too bad if you're not needing it right away. Might save money too because you don't want to order more stuff until yo uat least get the other stuff.
[2:57] <brianx> well... the worst case is not so good. so use it for things that are not project stoppers.
[2:57] <Psi-Jack> heh, right.
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[2:58] <brianx> i track with a spreadsheet. have never failed to make a non delivery claim so far.
[2:58] <Psi-Jack> Like, the need for a scope. :)
[2:58] <brianx> the scope is a stopper today, but wouldn't have been last month :-p
[2:58] <Psi-Jack> lol
[2:59] <Psi-Jack> Well, last month... My wife was still at home and not in Japan visiting her family. :D
[2:59] <brianx> so she would have stopped your order?
[2:59] <brianx> lol
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[3:00] <Psi-Jack> Heh. Nah, she'd bitch me out for buying stuff "I don't need". ;)
[3:00] <brianx> this is why i spend as little as i can.
[3:01] <Psi-Jack> I had almost a grand's worth of product delivered to my door the very afternoon after her flight. :)
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[3:02] <brianx> lol
[3:02] <brianx> i spent $250 in the past 2 years.
[3:02] <brianx> well, at aliexpress.
[3:02] <brianx> more on other somewhat related things like the zeros and 3bs.
[3:03] <Psi-Jack> Amazon did deliver a few things faster than I planned and specifically tried to aim for. My Echo Dot,for example, arrived 2 days before her departure, and my iHome replacement alarm clock the day before. heh
[3:03] <brianx> the wifi doesn't go on those numbers because that's household utilities.
[3:03] <Psi-Jack> But everything else... Right on time as planned. LO>
[3:03] <brianx> you're going to get the riot act read when she gets home :-p
[3:04] <Psi-Jack> Ohhhhh yeaaah.
[3:04] <Psi-Jack> But that's okay, because it'll be all at once, and she can't say much because I personally paid for it. :)
[3:04] <brianx> i've got all orders on hold before the move. i want to make sure to be around for delivery.
[3:05] <brianx> out of family funds!! lol :-p
[3:05] <Psi-Jack> hehe
[3:05] <brianx> mine says nothing.
[3:05] <Psi-Jack> Mine'll learn... :)
[3:05] <brianx> but i also say nothing about her hobby and she spends many many times what i do.
[3:06] <Psi-Jack> heck, I'm just happy I get to finally use things I've had for years, barely ever used, but wanted to. My variable temperature soldering station for example. Used it like twice before, and that's it. In the past 2 weeks, I've used it multiple times.
[3:07] <Psi-Jack> And, I'm going to be using the heck outta it Sunday when my scope kit comes in, to assemble it
[3:07] <Psi-Jack> It's the little things that sometimes matter. :)
[3:09] <brianx> i still use my 50 something year old soldering iron.
[3:09] <Psi-Jack> hehe
[3:09] <brianx> still does the job. i do a few smt devices with it even.
[3:10] <brianx> i keep uncoated copper tips for it too, so when i want to do detail work i take it to the drill press, chuck it up and file a nice sharp point on it.
[3:10] <Psi-Jack> Yeah. Mine has variable temp and multiple good quality tips. Was a steal of a deal for it. I like it because I primarily use silver-bearing solder, and that, once you get the temperature just perfect, making those solder joints is a breeze.
[3:11] <brianx> mine was a steal. the handle was free and the element was a couple bucks from the radio shack that i could walk to.
[3:11] <Psi-Jack> Yeah, I have a radio shack iron too.
[3:12] <brianx> the handle isn't. just the element.
[3:15] <Psi-Jack> Mine is a Stahl Tools SSVT. Bought it at $20, now it's $25, got the 4-pack tips for it for $10. Those are $11 now.
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[3:15] <brianx> no clue what mine is.
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[3:16] <Psi-Jack> What I still need is a good helping hands, and magnifying visor.
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[3:18] <brianx> the helping hands are invaluable. shrink tubing over the clips is nice too.
[3:19] <brianx> i soldered the clips on the cheap #1 rated amazon one and it's been fine.
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[3:20] <Psi-Jack> Hehe. Yeah, I figure if I need the clips to be softened up, electrical tape would work just fine.
[3:20] <funkster> can someone suggest a RGB led strip they have used with RPI?
[3:20] <brianx> tape unwraps.
[3:20] <Psi-Jack> It does.
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[3:21] <brianx> funkster: is picked ws2801 and control it with a ch340g based usb to serial adapter.
[3:22] <funkster> brianx: so i cant control it directly?
[3:22] <brianx> not easily from linux.
[3:23] <brianx> the problem is the timing on most led strips is too tight and preemptive multitasking gets in the way.
[3:24] <brianx> the ws2801 is clocked instead of timed so it handles it better.
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[3:25] <brianx> you could probably install an rtos to make it work, or write a kernel driver. (or find one if someone has done it)
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[3:41] <funkster> brianx: looking at getting the apa102 led strip, what are my option to control it, teensy?
[3:43] <brianx> there are nearly infinite options. the apa102 is clocked and therefore probably reasonable to control from linux.
[3:46] <brianx> the reason i don't directly control the ws2801 is the 5V signal requirement. it is also clocked and not very timing sensitive.
[3:47] <brianx> i could have used a transistor, but using a usb adapter let me move it from the pi to other equipment without changes.
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[3:53] <funkster> brianx: all i need is a working solution :) what do you suggest. the less components the better :)
[3:54] <brianx> my choice for a 9 RGB led strip was a ch340g bases usb serial adapter and ws2801 leds. 2 parts.
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[3:56] <funkster> i need 2 meters worth of LED strip.
[3:56] <brianx> i've not done that.
[3:56] <brianx> there are many many options, pick one in your price range.
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[4:40] <Psi-Jack> Heh, iiiinteresting.
[4:41] <Psi-Jack> brianx: So I adjusted the original schematic to use a 80Hz pulsing 16V power source, changed the switches to push switches, an can see the faltsad scope on what it does, and it's rather interesting.
[4:42] <Psi-Jack> It's not a square pattern they generate, but a fade pattern, basically timing.
[4:43] <Psi-Jack> It's basically a decay pattern.
[4:44] <brianx> and the decay is probably detected in their controller with a comparator at some threshold voltage.
[4:44] <Psi-Jack> Yep yep. That's what it would seem.
[4:45] <brianx> the output of that comparator would be a square wave again, but with a pulse width different from the one being delivered to the switch.
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[4:45] <brianx> so, no buttons pushed pretty much gives no signal.
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[4:46] <brianx> resistor button pushed gives square wave matched to the left wire.
[4:46] <Psi-Jack> Basically just powers the LED.
[4:46] <Psi-Jack> Yeah, the S1 button makes a huge jump square wave.
[4:47] <brianx> little cap gives square wave starting about the same time as the square wave sent but of a shorter duration.
[4:47] <brianx> big cap gives square wave starting about the same time as the square wave sent but of a longer duration.
[4:47] <brianx> than the little cap
[4:48] <brianx> if you feed a square wave in that matches the output of the comparator, it won't know the difference.
[4:49] <brianx> so their decaying pattern can be emulated with nice crisp square waves (easy to make) from your computer controlled button simulator.
[4:50] <brianx> you do probably have to sync up to their square wave, so you probably have to read their square wave with a 2nd gpio used as an input.
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[4:59] <Psi-Jack> I also wonder if it's not a square wave, but a pulse wave, at 80Hz, max voltage of 8, offset of 8 to give it that 16V during the pulses which happen so rapidly.
[5:00] <brianx> i expect it is a positive only signal.
[5:03] <brianx> what are the capacitor sizes?
[5:03] <Psi-Jack> 1uF and 22uF
[5:04] <Psi-Jack> Now, as expected, the S1 garage door switch completely turns off the LED while it's pressed.
[5:06] <Psi-Jack> S2, the lock button, causes the LED to flicker rapidly while held down. Once released and the lock is engaged, it pulses the LED.
[5:06] <Psi-Jack> Lastly, the S3 button, dims the LED a little bit while held down, but retains being lit constantly otherwise.
[5:08] <brianx> all consistent with our expectations. s2 must be the small capacitor
[5:08] <brianx> the only thing confusing is why such a big resistor on that LED.
[5:08] <brianx> what is the value? 1.6K or 160 ohms?
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[5:09] <Psi-Jack> 1.6k
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[5:09] <unpelado> hi, I'm having some issue with the reboot command. I connect trougth ssh to my pi, then send the command 'sudo reboot', but it seems that nothing happen. If i try to ssh from another terminal in my pc, i get ssh connection refused, if I Ctrl-c in the terminal window in wich i had ssh'd (where i typed sudo reboot) i get back to prompt, but raspi doesnot seems to have rebooted)
[5:09] <Psi-Jack> I also just adjusted the resistor on the other side by the ground to match that, and guess what.. Almost square waveforms just like the guy described on that posting I referenced earlier.
[5:10] <Psi-Jack> At least for the 22uF. The 1uF still makes a sharp decay.
[5:10] <brianx> with the output connected directly to ground (can't be), the current in the led is only 8.5mA
[5:12] <brianx> put 100 on the left and 56 on the right and you get some nice looking and easy to distinguish curves.
[5:12] <Psi-Jack> Maybe the 1.6k resister is /always/ used no matter what..
[5:13] <brianx> yes, the 1.6k is always in circuit.
[5:13] <brianx> but it leaves you with such a dim led. only 8.5 mA
[5:13] <Psi-Jack> Definitely. I removed the one from the LED, and definitely seems more accurate.
[5:14] <brianx> you need something in there. the led needs a current limit.
[5:14] <Psi-Jack> Oh, it's getting it just before grounding.
[5:15] <Psi-Jack> And it's a very small LED, too, to note.
[5:15] <brianx> 680 ohms gives a nice 17mA compromise between nice and bright and low enough current that a 20ma LED will last a very long time.
[5:15] <Psi-Jack> Not an SMD, but smaller than I guess the "typical" LED size.
[5:15] <brianx> oh, so that's why the small current.
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[5:16] <Psi-Jack> Could be! :)
[5:16] <brianx> so, 1.6k.
[5:16] <brianx> 8.5ma out of a 10ma led.
[5:16] <brianx> a current low enough to give a very long life on the led.
[5:16] <brianx> put 100 on the left and 56 on the right.
[5:17] <brianx> nice waves. 3 easy to distinguish patterns.
[5:20] <brianx> toss a 4.9v zener in parallel to the 56 ohm to ground and you get a TTL compatible output.
[5:20] <brianx> the gate itself could be the comparator. the signals are natively soooo different that the built in threshold in every gate is enough.
[5:21] <Psi-Jack> Heh, yeah, but where are you getting the 100ohm and 56ohm from?
[5:22] <brianx> i played with the ratio until i got pretty signals.
[5:22] <Psi-Jack> LOL
[5:22] <brianx> then i lowered the 1.8 to 1 to the closest standard values needed to bring the signal close to ttl levels.
[5:23] <brianx> then i tacked in the zener to clip to actual ttl levels.
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[5:34] <brianx> we're really just guessing at what this circuit is doing, but Chris Stratton's conclusions make a lot of sense.
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[5:35] <unpelado> does anyone know how to stop pigpiod daemon?
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[5:40] <Psi-Jack> Grrrr
[5:40] <Psi-Jack> Stupid computer! I almost had this thing..
[5:40] <Psi-Jack> Computer's stalling and I've been trying to figure out why. HDD's going to town to the point everything times out.
[5:42] <brianx> use a pi! no unreliable spinny hard drives. :-p
[5:42] <brianx> i updated the paste with the the current circuit.
[5:42] <Psi-Jack> And yep.. It's Chrome..
[5:43] <Psi-Jack> I finally got in in time to killall -9 chrome, and recovery.
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[5:43] <Psi-Jack> I'm betting it's that annoying statefile chrome keeps. grr
[5:43] <brianx> the 20ohm resistor on each switch is simulating the cheap low quality switches.
[5:44] <jaziz> heya
[5:44] <jaziz> I'd like to be able to set up port forwarding for my pi
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[5:44] <jaziz> to access over ssh
[5:44] <jaziz> but I'm not quite sure what to do
[5:44] <jaziz> https://i.snag.gy/g9B76Q.jpg
[5:44] <jaziz> I have those settings available to me
[5:44] <jaziz> Do I just... stick 22 in the public/private port fields?
[5:45] <jaziz> and then stick my pi's local IP address in the other one?
[5:45] <brianx> the output is the "comparator" which is the schmitt trigger on the input of just about every gpio.
[5:45] <jaziz> and all is well?
[5:45] <brianx> jaziz: that is usually how they work, yes.
[5:45] <jaziz> oh nice
[5:45] <jaziz> what happens afterwards, though?
[5:46] <jaziz> how do I do the ssh part?
[5:46] <brianx> people scan the net for open pi, so change the password.
[5:46] <jaziz> mm, yeah, have pw set
[5:46] <brianx> can you ssh from your desk to your local pi now?
[5:46] <jaziz> But I can't just do ssh local_ip anymore, right?
[5:46] <jaziz> oh yeah
[5:46] <jaziz> figured that part out
[5:46] <brianx> ok, so goto http://whatsmyip.com and get your external ip
[5:46] <brianx> and ssh to that from the outside.
[5:47] <jaziz> alright, got it
[5:47] <jaziz> oh
[5:47] <jaziz> and that's it?
[5:47] <jaziz> it automatically goes to my pi?
[5:47] <jaziz> or is there some fancy-schmancy pi@whateverthehell I have to do as well?
[5:47] <brianx> depending on your router, you may not be able to reach the internal pi from an internal desktop using the external ip.
[5:48] <brianx> there is no domain name unless you have set one up. (my guess is you didn't)
[5:48] <brianx> use the IP.
[5:48] <brianx> ssh pi@1.2.3.4
[5:48] <jaziz> alright
[5:48] <jaziz> external network, public IP
[5:48] <jaziz> I'll test that out right now
[5:48] <jaziz> I can tether from phone
[5:48] <brianx> k
[5:49] <brianx> Psi-Jack: did you refresh the ghostbin and get the new circuit?
[5:49] <Psi-Jack> Yes
[5:49] <Psi-Jack> I'm also re-rebuilding the curcuit based on the board itself.
[5:50] <Psi-Jack> One thing I noticed on the actual board... One peg of the 22uF cap connects to one pin of the 1uF cap.
[5:50] <brianx> oh, good. i didn't know you had any portion of the controller's circuit.
[5:51] <brianx> yes. that's the case on the circuit i sent. last time i had a 1 pico ohm resistor in there to keep the simulator happy when you accidentally close both switches at the same time.
[5:51] <brianx> i just made the switches more realistic now. it does the same thing.
[5:52] <jaziz> yoooo it worked
[5:52] <jaziz> nice
[5:52] <jaziz> thanks
[5:52] <jaziz> why was that info so hard to find online
[5:53] <brianx> well, this is just the existing system. or best guess at it. assumes chris Stratton's guess is right.
[5:54] <brianx> but, if this is really right then you can emulate it with a square wave of your own.
[5:59] <Psi-Jack> Hah!
[5:59] <Psi-Jack> I think I got this!
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[6:00] <Psi-Jack> brianx: Check out ActualCircuit: https://gist.github.com/erenfro/beb74eadab05b21e339a2805197c4603
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[6:01] <Psi-Jack> It seems REALLY potential, as when you flip S1, it shorts out the connection, which would in turn, turn off the LED which also opens the garage door (I have shorted it accross and it does open every time, along with trying to measure mA with the multimeter at the two screws, it opens the garage that way too, shorting it)
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[6:02] <Psi-Jack> Placement of the wiring was critical too, because if the LED was directly in the path of the S1 switch, it wouldn't work at all as expected, and in the circuit board, it was almost like that.
[6:03] <Psi-Jack> The same thing applies if I move the LED to exactly match though.
[6:03] <brianx> that's the same circuit, just rearranged and with the input tied directly to the square wave and the output directly to ground.
[6:04] <Psi-Jack> Hehe.
[6:05] <Psi-Jack> Almost the same, yes. One notable difference is the short.
[6:05] <brianx> short where?
[6:05] <Psi-Jack> And the fact the LED stays on all the time, except for when you push S1
[6:07] <brianx> the led is on because you set the input voltage to vary between 16v and 32v. there is always enough current flowing to turn it on.
[6:07] <Psi-Jack> I'm adding in labels so I can better explain.
[6:07] <brianx> often, there is so much current flowing that a tiny led would let the magic smoke out.
[6:09] <brianx> watch the led current, it ranges from 8.3ma to 17.7ma.
[6:09] <Psi-Jack> There we go. Updated the gist.
[6:09] <Psi-Jack> Hmm
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[6:10] <brianx> got it.
[6:10] <brianx> your output is connected directly to ground. that makes it always ground.
[6:11] <brianx> tie it to a resistor to ground and see how it changes.
[6:11] <Psi-Jack> It is actually tied to R1.
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[6:12] <Psi-Jack> It's just that R1 covers over the lead going around the D1. :)
[6:12] <brianx> the thing that shows 0V all the time on the right
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[6:13] <Psi-Jack> Oh, hmm hehe
[6:13] <brianx> that's the output wire going back to the main opener unit.
[6:13] <brianx> you have it represented as a ground.
[6:14] <Psi-Jack> Yeah.
[6:14] <brianx> insert a resistor between the output and ground to give a more realistic result.
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[6:15] <brianx> then graph that output instead of graphing ground.
[6:15] <xxValiumxx> welp, I might have something going for my temperature gauge
[6:15] <xxValiumxx> http://puu.sh/vd9ni.MOV
[6:15] <Psi-Jack> Yeah. I added a 50ohm resister in there.
[6:15] <brianx> close enough
[6:15] <Psi-Jack> Hehe
[6:15] <xxValiumxx> ack, wrong channel
[6:16] <brianx> we don't know the actual value unless you open the controller and can see it.
[6:16] <Psi-Jack> Yeah. heh
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[6:17] <brianx> now, your 80hz input is showing 32v peak but your meter showed 16v.
[6:18] <brianx> 8+8 in the two places you have 16+16 will give you a better input value.
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[6:20] <Psi-Jack> Yeah. I just adjusted that, and the ground output resister to 1.6k as well.
[6:20] <brianx> and this "pulse" type input is not able to set a 50% duty cycle.
[6:20] <Psi-Jack> That kept the circuit from fluxuating red.
[6:20] <brianx> but that pulsing of the led is so fast you can't see it.
[6:21] <Psi-Jack> Yeah. And you really can't.
[6:21] <brianx> 80 per second is way too fast to see. 30 per second is about the most we can detect
[6:22] <brianx> the guy who measured this with a scope said it had a 50% duty cycle.
[6:22] <Psi-Jack> Hmmm
[6:22] <brianx> the "pulse" waveform can't have 50%, there is no setting for it.
[6:22] <Psi-Jack> That's measurable with a scope then?
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[6:22] <brianx> but "square" can have 50%.
[6:22] <brianx> yes, a scope can see the duty cycle.
[6:22] <brianx> it better, that's what we're going to be looking at.
[6:23] <Psi-Jack> LOL
[6:23] <brianx> this whole thing is working off the assumption that chris is right in his guesses.
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[6:25] <Psi-Jack> Well, that part, yes. :)
[6:25] <Psi-Jack> As per the layout of the circuit, I took well enough good pictures to mimic it. And it's a single-sided board, so really easy.
[6:26] <brianx> yeah. it's the same circuit i drew. just laid out different. i took it from one of the posts you linked.
[6:26] <Psi-Jack> Hehe yeah.
[6:26] <brianx> but i also checked the photos you linked.
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[6:29] <Psi-Jack> Hmm guessing on that final resistor isn't an easy one. heh
[6:30] <brianx> it isn't. but the ratio of the input resistor to the output resistor is a safe bet at 1.8 to 1.
[6:30] <brianx> that ratio delivers 3 distinct duty cycles at the output of the comparator.
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[6:32] <brianx> i updated the ghostbin to have your circuit and my circuit, and a circuit that can be attached to the esp-12 to inject signals that emulate the button board.
[6:32] <brianx> (assuming that chris is right about how it works)
[6:34] <Psi-Jack> Iiinteresting. :)
[6:35] <brianx> simple, right?
[6:35] <brianx> it's less than ideal... the resistor divider depends heavily on the 16V being accurate.
[6:36] <Psi-Jack> Hmmm.. Which I definitely know while the garage door is moving, it's definitely lower than 16V. hmm
[6:36] <brianx> it can be improved by using a zener diode to cap the voltage to 3.2v.
[6:37] <brianx> a 3.3V zener in parallel to the 560 ohm resistor does that job.
[6:38] <brianx> increasing the 560 ohm to 680 ohm makes the signal crisper.
[6:39] <brianx> (but only works if the 3.3v zener is there.)
[6:41] <Psi-Jack> Heh. So, if I'm reading this as-is right, the constant H is the 16V Vin from the line, and the L/H one is the GPIO?
[6:41] <JakeSays> are there any US distributors with pi0w's in stock?
[6:42] <Psi-Jack> JakeSays: Amazon has some, that I saw recently.
[6:42] <JakeSays> cool thanks
[6:42] <brianx> the L/H one is the input from the left wire to the esp.
[6:42] <brianx> the H one is the output from the esp to control the right wire.
[6:43] <brianx> you click on the H one (the right one) to toggle it.
[6:43] <Psi-Jack> Ahh.
[6:43] <brianx> see how it impacts the 3rd graph.
[6:44] <Psi-Jack> So, with that Low, it won't effect it. But High, it'll effect it.
[6:44] <brianx> with it high, it has no impact. with it low, it turns off the output wire.
[6:45] <Psi-Jack> Oh! Yes, I see now.
[6:45] <brianx> so, while the input is low, you turn on the output wire. (it just forwards through the input)
[6:46] <brianx> when the input goes high, you see it with the ESP
[6:46] <brianx> you start a counter and after the right amount of time, you turn off the output wire.
[6:46] <brianx> the right amount of time for S1 is 1/160th of a second.
[6:47] <brianx> the right time for S2 is 1/1000th of a second.
[6:48] <Psi-Jack> Ohhhh.. I see, I see. Interesting.
[6:49] <brianx> the right time for S3 is 1/250th of a second.
[6:49] <brianx> (exact values to be confirmed with your scope.)
[6:50] <brianx> i suspect there is a huge amount of variation allowed.
[6:50] <Psi-Jack> Yes. I see.. The ESP input wire doesn't actually connect to the 16V input, itself, it continues and kinda joins the 16V after the 2.2k resistor. hmm.
[6:51] <brianx> yes. those resistors and the zener are there to protect the esp's input pins.
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[6:52] <brianx> the exact values may vary depending on what the scope sees as the actual voltage. a multimeter doesn't handle pulsed voltage very well.
[6:52] <Psi-Jack> Right. Hmm, interesting. Very interesting.
[6:52] <brianx> most give a sorta average. a few give an instant in time.
[6:53] <Psi-Jack> Yeah, and I have a Craftsman multimeter that goes into auto mode. heh
[6:53] <brianx> so likely an average-ish one. the averaging isn't very accurate most of the time.
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[6:54] <Psi-Jack> Though mine does actively refresh, I can even see it flicker between 16.81V - 16.83V while contacting the wires.
[6:54] <Psi-Jack> Did you update the ghostbin with the Zener?
[6:55] <brianx> i can.
[6:55] <Psi-Jack> If you would so kindly, please. I'm not good enough to completely guess accurately everything your saying. :)
[6:56] <Psi-Jack> But, I can certainly see the potential list of components I'll need, the kind of custom solder point breadboard I'll need to put this together on, etc.
[6:56] <brianx> updated
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[6:58] <Psi-Jack> Ahh, I would've been close, but not accurate. ;)
[6:58] <Psi-Jack> Alrighty, I'll add the labels for how this works, for my notes. :)
[6:59] <brianx> ideally the input to the esp will be on a pin that has interrupt capability.
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[7:00] <brianx> then you just set a timer to turn off the pin automagically after a delay (assuming the esp has such capabilities)
[7:03] * Psi-Jack nods.
[7:03] <Psi-Jack> Definitely something to check into. I'm currently using Mongoose OS on my current testing model with the sensors attached.
[7:03] <Psi-Jack> Which uses mJS, and can work with C and C++ as well.
[7:04] <brianx> C is the only way to go for the performance needed to get the timing right.
[7:05] <Psi-Jack> Yeah, that shouldn't be an issue. Heh. The mJS can actually call a C function outright. :)
[7:05] <brianx> my guess is that it needs around 10 accurate pulses in a row to "see" the button being pushed.
[7:06] <brianx> you will probably have to turn off wifi when "pushing" buttons.
[7:06] <brianx> wifi likely interferes with timing.
[7:06] <Psi-Jack> Hmm
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[7:08] <brianx> you can experiment and see about all of the above parameters.
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[7:10] <Psi-Jack> I updated my gist to have an "alpha1" with everything we've been doing, including the labels I just added as kind of like notes. ;)
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[7:11] <Psi-Jack> And just to make sure, that Schmitt trigger would be part of the parts list I'd need to make this work?
[7:11] <brianx> i didn't get the update.
[7:11] <Psi-Jack> https://gist.github.com/erenfro/beb74eadab05b21e339a2805197c4603
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[7:12] <Psi-Jack> I've been appending more and more of the text dumps into there, progressively.
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[7:12] <brianx> all i get is the control panel, not all three, your version, my version, and the esp-12 interface.
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[7:12] <Psi-Jack> Hmmm.. did I export the wrong one? Hmm
[7:13] <Psi-Jack> Hah, oops.
[7:13] <Psi-Jack> Fixed it. :)
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[7:15] <brianx> got it.
[7:15] <brianx> you changed the LEDs to green :-p
[7:16] <Psi-Jack> Cool. Yeah, once I get the scope in, built, and everything, I can take a closer look and try to come up with the final draft. l)
[7:16] <Psi-Jack> Yes. Because, well, the LED is green. ;)
[7:16] <brianx> lol
[7:16] <Psi-Jack> Figured why not. :)
[7:16] <brianx> the text is slightly off.
[7:16] <Psi-Jack> Yeah, it's not perfect, but eh.
[7:17] <Psi-Jack> The text doesn't snap to anything, completely freeform. heh
[7:17] <Psi-Jack> And only 1 line at a time.
[7:17] <brianx> when you're pushing a button, as soon as you see the input low, you set the ESPout high.
[7:18] <brianx> when you get the interrupt, you start your timer.
[7:18] <brianx> when the timer expires, you set ESPout low.
[7:18] <Psi-Jack> Aha,.
[7:18] <brianx> hopefully, there is hardware in the esp that can just take the timer and automatically set the ESPout low when it expires.
[7:19] <brianx> if not, use an interrupt on timer expire and set it within the interrupt service routine.
[7:21] <Psi-Jack> Yeah, apparently the ESP8266 could use uint32_system_get_time(void) to provide a relative time count in us to use it to get the expire between two gpio interrupts.
[7:22] <Psi-Jack> Maybe..
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[7:23] <brianx> that's an sdk call. hopefully there are hardware "timers" or "counters" that you can directly access.
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[7:26] <brianx> heh, 1/80th of a second is 12,500uS 1/1000th of a second is 1,000uS.
[7:26] <brianx> maybe timing won't be that difficult.
[7:26] <Psi-Jack> Heh
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[7:27] <Psi-Jack> Though, if I manage to build this, and it works.. By the time my wife does come home seeing it, she will probably just let it go completely, knowing just how complicated something like this would be. ;)
[7:28] <brianx> that function returns time in uS.
[7:29] <brianx> look at the circuit to interface to the esp... it's 5 little cylinders and a little black chippy looking thing with 3 legs.
[7:29] <brianx> the colors are kinda pretty too.
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[7:29] <brianx> this is simple stuff.
[7:30] <Psi-Jack> hehe
[7:30] <Psi-Jack> It is, but to her, it's way out of her league. :)
[7:31] <brianx> the whole thing lives inside the case of the garage door opener motor
[7:31] <brianx> it's all invisible except the web interface you put on it.
[7:31] <brianx> she doesn't need to know that it wasn't a module you bought from china for $10.
[7:31] <Psi-Jack> And I won't be putting web interfaces on it, no need. It ties in directly with HomeKit. ;)
[7:32] <brianx> ok, so it's a homekit interface. i guess that's not web based. app based??
[7:32] <Psi-Jack> The web interface, actually, would be a websocket connection so I could update it if need-be. :)
[7:32] <brianx> how does your phone talk to it?
[7:32] <brianx> and more importantly, her phone?
[7:33] <Psi-Jack> Nope. It's protocol based. My RPi3 acts as a HomeKit bridge, the Apple TV 4th Gen acts as a Hub for HomeKit accessories.
[7:33] <Psi-Jack> And yes.
[7:33] <Psi-Jack> The phones would utilize iCloud to communicate with the HomeKit hub to interface.
[7:33] <brianx> yuck, apple. but to each their own.
[7:34] <Psi-Jack> I was at work yesterday, and demonstrated the fact I could see the status of my sensors, and trigger actions.
[7:34] <brianx> still, it's invisible except as a thing on the phone and tv.
[7:34] <Psi-Jack> People were like "Wow, you made that?" I was like, well, I made the module, not HomeKit itself, but yes." hehe
[7:35] <brianx> now you can show them the circuit you make and the simulation of it.
[7:35] <Psi-Jack> Hehe, exactly.
[7:35] <brianx> and scope captures
[7:35] <Psi-Jack> We'll see how well that works. I'm not sure of the scope I have will save anything.
[7:36] <Psi-Jack> Does have a hold button though.
[7:37] <brianx> so a photo then.
[7:37] <Psi-Jack> I do like it though because the concept is completely open source.
[7:37] <brianx> i assumed it was a pc interface one at that cost.
[7:37] <Psi-Jack> Heh. I could possibly add an SD card to it to save it, or even make an output for the computer to use.
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[7:42] <Psi-Jack> Though, I just noticed, it has a 9V power supply requirement, but doesn't provide the power supply to power it with.
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[7:47] <brianx> heh, that's not good.
[7:48] <Psi-Jack> Yeah.... I know. Thankfully I do have an adjustable multi-adapter.
[7:48] <brianx> wall warts are usually not accurate enough for most electronics unless there is an onboard regulator on the board.
[7:50] <jaziz> how would I go about accessing my pi's GUI over ssh?
[7:50] <Psi-Jack> Which "GUI" would you be referring to?
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[7:53] <brianx> jaziz: install a compatible version of vnc on both ends and use an ssh -L 5901:<internalIP>:5901 pi@<externalIP>
[7:53] <Psi-Jack> Never do that. X2go! :)
[7:54] <brianx> the default vnc is very incompatible, i suggest tightvnc and x11vnc.
[7:54] <brianx> x2go is another option.
[7:56] <Psi-Jack> Well, sleep becons me, especially since I have an out of town friend coming tomorrow morning. So, I am off.
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[7:59] <brianx> goodnight.
[7:59] <brianx> time to get back to my pi.
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[8:09] <jaziz> hmm alright
[8:09] <jaziz> tightvnc *and* x11vnc?
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[8:10] <brianx> one on each end.
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[8:17] <jaziz> mm
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[8:33] <grummund> why would dpkg-query -l 'console-*' list extra packages comparing two systems with the same sources.list ?
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[8:34] <grummund> seeing as it lists both installed and uninstalled packages.
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[9:03] <grummund> https://pastebin.com/6QpUk1k2
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[10:57] <sbeex> hi there :)
[10:58] <sbeex> I try to use RF24 with my Raspberry pi 3 but I can't find any doc about it... so I suppose GPIO from v2 -> v3 is compatible ?
[11:01] <mfa298> the gpio between pi versions is mostly compatible, there were a few small differences between Pi2 and Pi3
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[11:01] <mfa298> you might need to tell us what RF24 is, how it's connected etc. if you want any more help
[11:02] <brianx> sbeex: the base address changes, so the direct access to gpio has to have that updated to work with the 3b
[11:02] <sbeex> thank you for your answers guys :)
[11:02] <brianx> if your rf24 does direct access, you'll need to fix that. if it doesn't, then you don't.
[11:03] <sbeex> so I try to use : nrf24l01 to communicate with my raspi3 and a arduino nano
[11:05] <sbeex> and I followed mostly this guide : http://www.framboise314.fr/faire-dialoguer-un-raspberry-et-un-arduino-via-nrf24l01/
[11:05] <sbeex> pining diagram : http://forums.framboise314.fr/download/file.php?id=391&sid=a51431e722a7c6fbd4eecc270f11532c
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[11:06] <mfa298> if you're using the standard spi interface (/dev/spi*) then it should just work
[11:06] <brianx> TMRh20 code is badly broken. it may work occasionally but it will not be usable.
[11:06] <mfa298> have you enabled spi in raspi-config
[11:07] <brianx> mfa298: the tutorial explicityly disables the kernel driver because the TMRh20 code bypasses it and does direct hardware access.
[11:07] <sbeex> mfa298: in raspi-config I didnt find anything related to spi..
[11:07] <sbeex> I thought it was for pi1 and 2 only
[11:08] <brianx> sbeex: unless he's updated it, the code was written only for pi b and b+
[11:08] <sbeex> brianx: I don't mind using a lib or another to achieve that I have to say.. I simply want to have something that works :)
[11:08] <brianx> there is a base address that has to be adjusted for pi 3b.
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[11:09] <sbeex> hmmm okay is there something working for 3 ? without too much job ?
[11:09] <brianx> sbeex: i'm not aware of one that actually does work, but i do know that the TMRh20 code is very unreliable.
[11:09] <sbeex> okay so I may change it for something else
[11:09] <mfa298> that guide looks to be using the hardware driver, it described enabling spi with raspi-config
[11:11] <sbeex> rapi-config doesnt have anything for spi in raspi3
[11:12] <mfa298> also i thought the base address was the same between pi2 and pi3 although in most cases you should use a library for gpio which will handle that for you
[11:12] <sbeex> oh I found it in another menu ok :)
[11:12] <mfa298> sbeex: it should be under advanced options
[11:12] <sbeex> thank you ;)
[11:12] <sbeex> ffff... ok raspberry pi world stayed on 2 or what ?
[11:13] <sbeex> it's like 3 is something for "experienced users"
[11:14] <mfa298> there shouldn't be much difference between the pi2 and pi3 in terms of use. Id say the bigger jump was between pi1 and pi2
[11:16] <sbeex> it is really annoying I have to say... last week I came here telling I had a problem with my rf modules not working on raspberry pi because it requires some analog input -> then someone told me to go with nrf24l01
[11:16] <sbeex> and now.. im again blocked :( haha
[11:17] <brianx> hexdump -s4 -n4 -e '"0x" 4/1 "%02X""\n"" "' /proc/device-tree/soc/ranges
[11:17] <brianx> will give the base address
[11:18] <sbeex> 0x3F000000
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[11:37] <brianx> Psi-Jack: i solved the problem with etherpuppet, raspbian has slightly different source code from the upstream source. i reverted the change, compiled it and it works just fine. details are posted on the bug.
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[12:03] <viju> Does anyone know what's wrong with raspbian, it's stuck at unpacking raspi-config. I see the ethernet light blinking but nothing's happening.
[12:06] <brianx> all of raspbian is down?
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[12:07] <viju> It doesn't seem so.
[12:08] <viju> I was upgrading the packages, it's now stuck on raspi-config
[12:09] <brianx> it will time out eventually.
[12:09] <brianx> it's probably a corrupt download. just wipe the file from the cache and try again.
[12:09] <viju> I am getting ping reply from rpi
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[12:09] <viju> brianx: do you mean the os itself?
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[12:10] <brianx> no, the package
[12:10] <brianx> you have one package that's failing. it'll timeout and you can clean up and try again later.
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[12:11] <viju> How long is it going to take to timeout?
[12:11] <viju> It's been 15 minutes or so.
[12:11] <brianx> i dunno. it's been ages since i ran into this one.
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[12:17] <viju> Now it's stuck on dpkg configure.
[12:17] <brianx> good, progress.
[12:17] <viju> It's 1 issue after another.
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[12:17] <brianx> have lunch and come back later.
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[12:17] <viju> Do you think it could be wrong with raspbian itself?
[12:18] <drjam> info tech.....some weeks its just onje issue after another
[12:18] <viju> I thought the file was corrupted
[12:18] <drjam> wears you down some
[12:18] <brianx> you're maybe stuck on a mirror that is doing backup or is overloaded
[12:18] <brianx> apparently the file wasn't corrupted or got recovered. there would eventually have been an error if it was actually corrrupt.
[12:19] <viju> What if I restart rpi?
[12:19] <brianx> updates sometimes run slow.
[12:19] <viju> ...overriding whatever it was doing
[12:19] <brianx> rebooting now would not be a good idea.
[12:19] <viju> Ok
[12:20] <brianx> that's just asking for corruption.
[12:20] <drjam> you sound like batman
[12:20] <brianx> thanks superman
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[12:24] <mfa298> if apt-get upgrade is taking a while on installing / configuring the packages (rather than the initial download) it could be a sign of an unhappy sd card
[12:24] <mfa298> it might be worth opening a 2nd connection and looking at dmesg and htop
[12:25] <mfa298> although I'm not sure htop is in the standard install so you might need vmstat and top
[12:25] <mfa298> viju: ^^
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[12:27] <viju> I am using a class 10 samsung evo+ 32gb card
[12:28] <brianx> i just got one of those and hadn't had a chance to try it. is it fast?
[12:28] <viju> It's quite good
[12:28] <brianx> good
[12:29] <viju> As mfa298 pointed out, I am not sure how good it is now
[12:29] <brianx> mine was a replacement for one of the older orange cards, it had died.
[12:30] <mfa298> I've seen some people speak highly of some of the samsung cards
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[12:35] <GenteelBen> You've seen me speak highly of them, mfa298.
[12:35] <GenteelBen> That's justification enough to buy them.
[12:36] <GenteelBen> viju: Samsung are a reliable, trustworthy brand for anything related to storage.
[12:36] <GenteelBen> Phones, on the other hand...
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[12:46] <viju> mfa298: while it's stuck on unpacking raspi config, I cannot even login through other terminal, also, it broke my 2nd connection to rpi
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[12:49] <GenteelBen> That's a whole 'nother problem boyo.
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[13:03] <mfa298> if terminals are dying / you can't log in during upgrade then something is going very wrong.
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[13:04] <mfa298> the other common cause of issues is the PSU
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[13:10] <viju> PSU?
[13:11] <viju> I am using a standard mobile adapter.
[13:11] <viju> 5v 2amps
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[13:23] <BurtyB> charger != psu
[13:23] <oq> u wot
[13:23] <oq> it's all the same BurtyB
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[13:24] <mfa298> not all phone chargers will maintain 5v as you draw more power
[13:24] <oq> sure some cheap phone chargers might not do the job
[13:24] <oq> but they're both designed to send 5v
[13:24] <oq> you just need enough amps and his has more than enough
[13:24] <thepeter> is true as this review says https://www.modmypi.com/raspberry-pi/rpi-compute-module/raspberry-pi-compute-module-3 that CM3 doen't have wifi/BT onboard?
[13:24] <oq> mfa298: a cheap "psu" may not maintain 5v as you draw more power
[13:25] <BurtyB> oq, most chargers are pants
[13:25] <oq> if the foundation wanted to design a device that wasn't powered by chargers they would bundle their own
[13:25] <BurtyB> thepeter, yes, there is no wifi/bt on the io board or cm3/cm3l
[13:25] <oq> BurtyB: have you used most chargers? How could you possibly know that
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[13:26] <mfa298> if it was advertised as a regulated PSU and couldn't maintain it's states output I'd return it, if it's a phone charger you might not be able to so easily if it matches it's goals of charging the phone it was supplied for.
[13:26] <oq> what it's advertised as is irrelevant imo
[13:26] <thepeter> BurtyB,there is a reason for that is it?
[13:26] <mfa298> well the foundation do have an official PSU, that might say something about the quality of some chargers people use
[13:26] <BurtyB> oq, obv. not but I'm aware of people having issues trying to use chargers and I've also tried to use them myself in the past and found the voltage drop is too high
[13:26] <oq> you have no idea whats in a cheap "psu" off ebay, whether it has decent parts
[13:27] <oq> mfa298: it took them an awfully long time to produce that official psu
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[13:28] <mfa298> oq: there's been an official PSU for a long time, I was buying them back for the original Pi1 (although those aren't much good for the Pi2/Pi3)
[13:28] <oq> mfa298: I had a pi1, there was no official psu for years
[13:28] <oq> no official case for years either
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[13:28] <viju> Finally I got rid of the cable.
[13:29] <viju> the ehternet
[13:29] <mfa298> oq: I was buying an official PSU back in 2014 and it probably existed before then
[13:30] <GenteelBen> I wouldn't ever go wireless unless I had to.
[13:30] <GenteelBen> dat single collision domain tho
[13:30] <BurtyB> thepeter, no idea but you'd need to go through additional compliance cost if you used a module in a product with wifi/bt aiui
[13:30] <GenteelBen> If you use wireless, the entire band you're on is one collision domain. It's like the least elegant networking ever. Probably worse than token ring.
[13:31] <HrdwrBoB> and yet you don't need wires
[13:31] <mfa298> but then the Pi1 needed less than an amp so more phone chargers would work, Pi2/Pi3 need more than that meaning the likely hood of a phoen charger working is reduced
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[13:32] <oq> mfa298: but we know the amperage rating of the phone charger here, 2 amps
[13:33] <thepeter> BurtyB, oh ... so I have misread that cm3 is same HW as RPi3 ... it is just same SoC but that basically it - means I can't create something for RPi3 and then flash it into cm3, right?
[13:33] <oq> we have the specs, but the product must be dismissed because its labelled a phone charger? nonsense
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[13:34] <mfa298> oq: we also know (from various people testing) that a lot of phone chargers cannot maintain 5v when suppling the full current - that often doesn't matter for charging a phoen battery, it does matter for the Pi
[13:35] <oq> mfa298: of course it matters for charging a phone battery, the charger isn't directly powering a lithium cell, it's powering a circuit that expects 5v
[13:35] <polprog> oq: but the charging circuit know how much current it can take to maintaing 5v on the inout
[13:35] <polprog> input*
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[13:36] <polprog> that's how smartphone battery charging circuit is constructed, to work with the shittiest charger out there
[13:36] <HrdwrBoB> new phone chargers have much more power anyway
[13:36] <HrdwrBoB> my pixel XL can draw more current than a pi3
[13:36] <kerio> to be fair a charger that claims to provide 2A at 5V will likely maintain 5V
[13:37] <viju> How much amps can harmful the rpi?
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[13:37] <polprog> viju: it's not about the amps
[13:37] <kerio> viju: that's not how current works
[13:37] <oq> HrdwrBoB: pixel xl draws more volts
[13:37] <kerio> viju: more like "how little amps can harm the rpi"
[13:37] <kerio> or the charger
[13:37] <BurtyB> thepeter, it's the same ish. most things are going to work the same but obv. no wifi/bt/ethernet/etc
[13:38] <HrdwrBoB> oq: as well
[13:38] <polprog> oq: how can it draw more volts
[13:39] <polprog> it takes 5V because it's USB powered
[13:39] <oq> polprog: usb type c
[13:39] <polprog> type c so what
[13:39] <oq> they have a 12 volt mode in the spec for quick charging a device
[13:39] <polprog> oh
[13:40] <oq> because a usb port can only deliver so many amps before a port melts the phone manufacturers decided to send more volts
[13:40] <BurtyB> you can have 12v with quickcharge on usb2 if you want it too
[13:40] <oq> yes but thats part of qualcomm's propritary "quickcharge"
[13:41] <ali1234> question you should ask is "how can it draw more amps?"
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[13:44] <polprog> i was just unaware that somebody made that option of having 12v on usbc
[13:45] <brianx> the latest ones go to 20 volts now. but the pi can't trigger the high voltage mode.
[13:46] <HrdwrBoB> polprog: it's in the spec
[13:48] <polprog> putting 12V on the USB power rails of the Pi is not a good idea
[13:48] <BurtyB> heh
[13:49] <HrdwrBoB> obviously it's by negotiation
[13:49] <brianx> viju: many cell phone chargers can't even come close to their rated current. the 3b with raspbian will show a lightning bolt in the upper right occasionally when the power supply is too weak.
[13:49] <polprog> generally the design of raspi's power supply is foolproof, if you use regular usb charger, it will just shut down if the charger hasn't got enough power
[13:49] <polprog> ping viju
[13:50] <polprog> also, it's not advisable to power the pi from GPIO unless you know electronics wel
[13:50] <polprog> well*
[13:50] <viju> Upper right? brianx
[13:50] <viju> There are like 2 LEDs
[13:50] <viju> red and green
[13:50] <brianx> viju: on the monitor
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[13:51] <polprog> the red led is power, the green is status
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[13:51] <thepeter> BurtyB, so basically I need to re-add those chips on board of device if I want to use them (means wifi / bt)
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[13:51] <mfa298> viju: the red power led shoudl be on all the tiem, if it goes out that's a sign of power issues
[13:52] <brianx> and the red led will light even when there isn't even close to enough power.
[13:52] <viju> brianx I have ssh-ed so I can't see anything. Is there any otherway to know that?
[13:52] <mfa298> viju: power issues might be the PSU, the USB cable or a combination of both
[13:52] <brianx> viju: no.
[13:52] <brianx> viju: you have to have a monitor to see it.
[13:52] <polprog> long crappy cables can cause voltage drop
[13:53] <mfa298> brianx: the power led shoudl be triggered by the same monitoring that tells the gpu core the power is low, so the red led going off and the lightning bolt should appear at the same time
[13:53] <viju> Wish we could tranfer power wirelessly
[13:53] <polprog> ...
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[13:54] <polprog> it's uneffective, there are losses
[13:54] <viju> Without frying someone in the same space
[13:54] <polprog> you won't change the laws of physics
[13:54] <polprog> :)
[13:55] <brianx> mfa298: it doesn't happen, even if it should. i just plugged a zero into a 3b that had an iffy supply, lightning bolt was there and the red led was steady and bright.
[13:55] <viju> I am not good with the cables, keep on breaking headphones/chargers/lan wires
[13:55] <polprog> what was the problem originally>
[13:55] <polprog> ?
[13:56] <brianx> slow updates.
[13:56] <polprog> well get a better connection
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[13:57] <brianx> it's as likely that he got assigned to a mirror that was doing backup or was overloaded.
[13:57] <mfa298> brianx: the zero doesn't have a power LED so it cant be on or off
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[13:57] <viju> So, if I want to switch to java instead of python, do you think all the libraries that used for gpio / sensor programming are there?
[13:58] <brianx> mfa298: the 3b's red led was steady and bright while the lightning bolt was on and off the screen.
[13:59] <brianx> the zero was just the extra load causing the power supply to reach its limit.
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[14:00] <mfa298> brianx: then you've done something odd to your Pi3
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[14:00] <brianx> both of my 3b are the same.
[14:01] <brianx> always have been. when i first got the first 3b i tried a 700ma supply, it almost booted... red light was on steady the whole time.
[14:02] <grummund> Hi, why would dpkg-query -l 'foo-*' display different results on systems with identical sources.list ?
[14:02] <grummund> https://pastebin.com/6QpUk1k2
[14:03] <thepeter> what would be blockers if try to make kind of "grid" on different models of PI (first came to me memory issues)
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[14:06] <mfa298> brianx: there's something odd with your 3B then, that shoudln't happen
[14:06] <mfa298> I think the only model with a power led that doesn't show poor power states is the original 1B/1A
[14:07] <brianx> mfa298: two pi 3b purchased weeks apart have always behaved the same.
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[14:07] <mfa298> http://www.raspberrypi-spy.co.uk/2013/02/raspberry-pi-status-leds-explained/ near the bottom
[14:08] <mfa298> "In the later models (A+, B+, Pi 2 & Pi 3) the power LED is slightly more intelligent. it is connected to the 5V and will flash if the voltage drops below 4.63V."
[14:08] <brianx> didn't know that was the threshold voltage.
[14:09] <reactormonk[m]> Preferred Linux for a pi?
[14:10] <reactormonk[m]> ... or is that a trolly question?
[14:11] <shauno> grummund: it looks like some of those packages have previously been installed on the second machine, so dpkg knows more about them. you have to remember that dpkg isn't apt though. so dpkg is telling you what it knows about the packages, not what apt knows about them
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[14:20] <thepeter> reactormonk[m], raspbian
[14:20] <thepeter> reactormonk[m], (personally)
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[14:24] <mfa298> reactormonk[m]: raspbian is probably the best place to start, it's where the foundation do most of their work so things should just work.
[14:24] <reactormonk[m]> I'll go with raspbian in that case.
[14:27] <viju> I did not see it any different than the regular debian...yet. So, it's good to use raspbian
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[14:30] <polprog> raspbian is probably the best documented distro out there
[14:30] <polprog> i personally use arch
[14:30] <polprog> on the Pi
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[14:51] <Psi-Jack> I can't stand Arch in any capacity.
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[14:53] <Psi-Jack> I can actually stand Debian (and thus, Raspbian) way more than I can stand Arch. And for me, that says something. heh. I tried Arch a couple times.
[14:53] <Psi-Jack> And forks of Arch, like Manjaro, and even used that for a while, until I got tired of maintaining AUR. heh
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[15:03] <polprog> Psi-Jack: what was the problem exactly with arch>
[15:03] <polprog> ?
[15:03] <polprog> t
[15:03] <Psi-Jack> Oh soooo many things. hehe
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[15:03] <polprog> i didnt experience any problems, i've set up an AP on my pi
[15:04] <polprog> i'll be setting up a web app
[15:04] <Psi-Jack> As a server, it sucks. As a desktop is sucks. It's just all around not useful for anything. And with AUR as it is, what it is, it's just not reliably versatile either.
[15:04] <polprog> it works wonders for me
[15:04] <polprog> and i've used debian for the past 5 years or so
[15:05] <Psi-Jack> I mean, it can "work", but it will never work great.
[15:05] <polprog> whatever you say mate
[15:06] <Psi-Jack> I personally dislike Debian too, but that's for completely different reasons. It works, and works well, I just wish it did some things better, and moved a little more faster on certain things. It took so many years for Debian to finally phase out net-utils from their core requirements (used in their network-scripts), before finally getting iproute2 in place.
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[15:08] <polprog> it still took me considerable amount of time to get used to ip instead of ipconfig etc. on my debian box
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[15:12] <Psi-Jack> Heh.
[15:13] <polprog> anybody here powered a Pi from a different source than mains? i have a 12V battery and i need to make a proper power supply (via usb) for it
[15:13] <Psi-Jack> I learned ip way faster than ifconfig. And I've been using Linux for over 23 years.
[15:13] <polprog> i don't think a 7805 is applicable
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[15:17] <Psi-Jack> In a way, I kinda wish there were a CentOS or CentOS-like distro for the Pi, though. hehe
[15:18] <Psi-Jack> Then again.... Hmmm, Apparently CentOS does indeed have a wiki page specifically for the RPi 3. hehe
[15:18] <Psi-Jack> But. Yeah. Seems to not be as well supported.
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[15:19] <oq> Psi-Jack: fedora?
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[15:20] <Psi-Jack> Hmmm, Interesting. Fedora as of 25 beta officially specifically supports the Raspberry Pi.
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[15:21] <mete> polprog: use a dc-dc step down converter, you're looking for a high efficiency solution I think?
[15:21] <thepeter> I really would like to try this http://www.davidhunt.ie/piphone-a-raspberry-pi-based-smartphone/ but I can't find any gsm module/hat available for RPi any hints?
[15:21] <Psi-Jack> I may have to try another SD card and check out F25 server for it. :)
[15:22] <Psi-Jack> I'm generally okay with Debian though, in special cases. I use Proxmox VE, so I have Debian based servers running my virtual machines running my CentOS 7 instances in it. I have a UniFI Controller Manager which also runs off Debian. And now, I have the RPi 3.
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[15:23] <thepeter> I found sim908 is best chip for the job but no boards ...
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[15:23] <mete> Psi-Jack: there is no problem maintaining multiple distros ;) I also have centos and debian in place... :D
[15:24] <Psi-Jack> mete: Yeah, up to a point anyway. I avoid Ubuntu like the plague, and Amazon Linux, bleh.. How to break CentOS in so many ways.
[15:25] <Psi-Jack> In my case, my RPi3 is going to be specifically specialized in doing what it's going to do, running the security HUB dedicated on it and integrations with the ESP modules around my house, HomeKit, and Alexa (to the extent that it can anyway)
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[15:27] <mete> how do you connect the ESP board when I may ask? Wifi?
[15:27] <Psi-Jack> Yeah, F25 "supports" the RPi3, but some things are still not yet working. Like the analog audio port, and the add-on camera port.
[15:27] <Psi-Jack> mete: Yep, WiFi.
[15:27] <mete> do you run them on battery?
[15:27] <Psi-Jack> Then they use MQTTS to communicate with the hub server securely.
[15:28] <Psi-Jack> Not yet, but my plan is to have them battery backed.
[15:28] <mete> I simply plan to use https get on the esp
[15:28] <mete> to transmit sensor data
[15:28] <Psi-Jack> I'm still working on the software side of things, and the breadboard planning, but my end goal is to have them as fully completed projects, cases and all specifically printed.
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[15:29] <Psi-Jack> mete: I like MQTT, very nice protocol, actually. And natively supported in Mongoose OS.
[15:30] <Psi-Jack> When I added my Garage, for example, I just sent a simple mqtt command to my mosquitto server for which homebridge-mqtt would understand, and immediately the garage door was available within HomeKit not more than 1 second later, just popped up right on the Home app. ;)
[15:30] <Psi-Jack> And since MQTTS is TLS encrypted, that layer is secured.
[15:31] <Psi-Jack> So far, the only security concern I have thus far is the Homebridge itself. I don't think that part communicates with the HomeKit hub securely as it specifically disables the security requirement.
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[15:32] <Psi-Jack> I want to fix that if that's the case. As much as I can. :)
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[15:34] <mete> I only have a mysql backend for charting, but of course, there can also be done much more ;)
[15:34] <Psi-Jack> I'm definitely already starting to feel better about home automation stuff though. Late last month I installed a Honeywell Lyric T5, set it up into auto mode. Last night, temperatures got down to pretty cold last night, waking up to the low 40's, but my thermostat didn't let the inside temperature get below 64'F.
[15:34] <Psi-Jack> Awww man.. PostgreSQL. :)
[15:34] <mete> mysql is just fine for me ;)
[15:34] <Psi-Jack> Or, depending on what you're charting, you might benefit from other solutions, like a time-scale database such as InfluxDB
[15:35] <mete> I moved from rrd to mysql :p
[15:35] <mete> there is no prob with mysql to use it for charting ;)
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[15:36] <Psi-Jack> Well, like what I plan to do is with all my sensors, I'll be linking it up to a custom node.js engine that'll queue up and spit out all the data from sensors (in case of downtime/communication issues, etc), to an InfluxDB database which is easy to query from and get time scale sensative information for charting.
[15:36] <Psi-Jack> I'
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[15:37] <Psi-Jack> I don't intend to run that database server directly on the Pi itself, hence the queue.
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[15:37] <Psi-Jack> Maybe something like RabbitMQ, though, as the queue storage.
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[15:38] <mete> I also dont' run the mysql on a PI ;) PI and esp currently are only reading sensor data and transmit them to the server where the mysql resides on
[15:38] * Psi-Jack nods.
[15:39] <Psi-Jack> Yeah. My Pi will house the sensor queue data until it can be extracted accordingly. Since it's acting as the primary HUB for everything.
[15:40] <Psi-Jack> I'm waiting to hear back from Honeywell if they'll give me something I can use to work with their product on a more direct basis. heh
[15:43] <Psi-Jack> Heck, I'm still trying to figure out of HomeAssistant's even going to be of ANY use to me at all.
[15:44] <mete> if you have any finished prototype of the ESP running on battery, let me know :p
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[15:46] <Psi-Jack> Will do! Heh. I'm probably going to make some kind of web page for my project work stuff here in the nearish future.
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[15:48] <mete> I'm just playing with the intention I could use a powerbank to power the ESP... I'm using the wemos d1 mini - very new to the esp tbh... I't won't be the best solution when it comes to efficiency, but it is a simple one ;)
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[15:49] <Psi-Jack> I'm new to all this, the RPi, the ESP modules. In the past, I made my own smarthome before, though it was /completely/ all wired, but then again, I built the house they lived in, so integrating that in was part of the work. LOL
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[15:57] <viju> Psi-Jack: have you used java on raspberry pi, like some runnning there for very long period of time?
[15:58] <viju> server running*
[15:58] <Psi-Jack> Nope. I have not run Java on the RPi, and I intend to avoid it.
[15:58] <Psi-Jack> Node.JS, so far, yes.
[15:59] <viju> I have never used python other than to create a 10liner scripts for xchat
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[16:07] <Psi-Jack> heh
[16:07] <Psi-Jack> Python is a beautiful language, you should learn it.
[16:07] <Psi-Jack> I only will be using Node.JS, Python, and C++ for any of my project work for my system I'm building.
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[16:07] <Psi-Jack> I like to stay far FAR away from Java.
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[16:10] <Psi-Jack> And now, I must learn to be the leader of the pack.
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[16:12] <viju> How long do you think, it'd take to learn python? that'd include advanced stuff as multithreading and IO.
[16:14] <Psi-Jack> That varies person to person, and your persistency, and everything.
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[16:15] <thepeter> viju, if you have programmed in other language it is mostly finding out syntax - principles are almost everywhere the same
[16:16] <Psi-Jack> Well, sorta. Really just depends on his knowledge and logical understanding. :)
[16:16] <thepeter> true :)
[16:18] <thepeter> mostly if one understands some depth in one language it's mostly matter of libraries to go through in ohter lang
[16:22] <viju> I am kind of intermediate programmer.
[16:22] <Psi-Jack> viju: What languages have you worked with?
[16:23] <viju> I work with web technologies, Java/JS/HTML mostly
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[16:24] <Psi-Jack> Heh, Java isn't a web technology. JavaScript is though. You could possibly benefit from Node.JS if you know JS well.
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[16:25] <Chillum> geez, remember in the old days when they tried out java based browsing extensions? That was a bad idea
[16:25] <Chillum> and did not last long
[16:25] <Psi-Jack> Heh
[16:25] <Chillum> I watched Kasparov lose to deep blue on such a monstrosity of a browser extension
[16:26] <viju> Right, for server side :) I hope I make my first project before summer is over.
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[16:26] <redrabbit> i dont even bother installing flash or java on my new computers
[16:26] <redrabbit> sites that force you to use it can go f themselves
[16:27] <thepeter> viju good luck from my side cheering up for python too
[16:28] <Psi-Jack> viju: Yeah, Node.JS is pretty powerful and used in many server side stuff. Heck my company uses Node.JS heavilly in major projects.
[16:28] <Chillum> bloody university insists on serving up the tax form PDF in the exact fashion as a pop-up ad
[16:28] <Chillum> so of course it gets blocked
[16:28] <redrabbit> old ways of thinking
[16:30] <viju> Thanks, thepeter
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[16:30] <viju> At the moment my biggest worries is knowing the electronics stuff. I am going through all the sites learning about resistors, capacitors, relays, etc
[16:31] <viju> I have to buy those things sooner or later and put the rpi to some use.
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[16:32] <redrabbit> #electronics
[16:33] <redrabbit> its a good place
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[16:33] <Chillum> it is great to have a set of basic components. You can get sets that have 20 x of each value for not too much, then you just buy the parts you use the most
[16:34] <redrabbit> i have a box full of parts (capacitors, diodes, leds, resistors..) im waiting for logic gates, pnp/npn, and microcontrollers
[16:34] <thepeter> viju, and what are you up to?
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[16:35] <redrabbit> relays sell in modules, so its easy to hook up to a pi
[16:35] <redrabbit> a couple dupont cables
[16:35] <nacelle> one trick is to get some old 80s electronics and desolder the components from it
[16:35] <nacelle> you get soldering practice and components
[16:35] <nacelle> (but the solder is lead based, so be careful)
[16:35] <redrabbit> i suck at desoldering
[16:35] <nacelle> see? you need my trick
[16:35] <redrabbit> you should always use proper ventilation
[16:36] <nacelle> 100% agree
[16:36] <redrabbit> i use a shower moisture extractor
[16:36] <redrabbit> 25W
[16:36] <nacelle> you only have one set of lungs
[16:36] <redrabbit> sucks up all the thing
[16:36] <redrabbit> if you enter the room with a clean nose while im soldering you wont smell it
[16:36] <viju> thepeter: I shared my plan earlier. Here it is - I am doing some home automation stuff. Just switch on/off lights/fan using android.
[16:37] <viju> That goes without saying I am learning android as well.
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[16:37] <redrabbit> https://www.mysensors.org/about
[16:37] <redrabbit> im going to dive into this
[16:37] <thepeter> viju, :) all nice and also tricky things
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[16:38] <redrabbit> nacelle: what is you desoldering trick
[16:38] <redrabbit> yesterday i popped the 5v ring on my wemos after removing the headers
[16:38] <redrabbit> i had to scrach to board and make a bridge to the pin to repair it
[16:38] <redrabbit> :(
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[16:39] <redrabbit> works fine now though
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[16:39] <redrabbit> i used high temps, rosin and a desoldering braid
[16:39] <redrabbit> still a pita
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[16:40] <redrabbit> 220v extractors dont cost a fortune and some duct is cheap as well
[16:40] <redrabbit> i used 150mm
[16:41] <redrabbit> i vent it to the outdoors
[16:41] <redrabbit> you dont need to spend a fortune
[16:42] <redrabbit> i used only scrap
[16:42] <Chillum> for pin header I find cutting away the plastic first, then removing one pin at a time is easiest
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[16:43] <redrabbit> that's what i end up doing
[16:43] <redrabbit> but i did put too much heat on one pin and ruined it
[16:43] <redrabbit> lesson learned
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[16:44] <redrabbit> i knew it was bad, experimented it in person
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[16:44] <redrabbit> the soldering part i got it nailed now
[16:44] <redrabbit> there's great lessons on youtube
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[16:45] <Chillum> it is good to practice on old junk
[16:45] <redrabbit> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vIT4ra6Mo0s&t=1s
[16:45] <Chillum> also, add leaded solder to the joints first. The unleaded stuff they use is terrible
[16:45] <Chillum> by adding leaded solder to the join it becomes much easier to work with
[16:46] <redrabbit> what i do is i dont skimp on the flux if necessary
[16:46] <Chillum> love that 80s instructional video music
[16:46] <Chillum> adding more flux to the solder wick helps
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[16:46] <redrabbit> i use .5mm rosin core + extra rosin or paste
[16:47] <redrabbit> the thiner wire melts faster
[16:47] <redrabbit> and i sort of paint the solder to the pins brushing with the soldering wire
[16:48] <redrabbit> drag the hot stuff on the pin
[16:48] <Chillum> the lead free stuff used in factories has a higher melting temperature and tends to melt in degrees vs all at once. Adding a bunch of leaded solder to it suddenly makes it behave better during desoldering
[16:48] <redrabbit> under 2s of iron to board contact
[16:49] <redrabbit> the lessons i linked are exelent
[16:49] <redrabbit> i recommand to anyone interested in it, youll learn something
[16:50] <Chillum> I have watched those
[16:50] <Chillum> 0805 components are so handy
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[16:50] <Chillum> like when I forget that pull-up resistor and can just wedge one between two pins
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[17:26] <grummund> shauno: thanks
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[18:01] <JohnnyBitcoin> is the Wi-Fi interface built into the pi 3 excruciatingly slow???
[18:01] <JohnnyBitcoin> Or is there something wrong with my pi?
[18:02] <Chillum> you using a metal case?
[18:02] <thecha> lol
[18:02] <JohnnyBitcoin> I get an average of 4Mbps down and 2Mbps up.
[18:02] <JohnnyBitcoin> no, i'm using a plastic case
[18:03] <JohnnyBitcoin> and my pi is in the same room as my access point
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[18:03] <thecha> do you have a proper power supply?
[18:04] <JohnnyBitcoin> i believe i'm using the one that came with it.
[18:04] <JohnnyBitcoin> how would i check?
[18:07] <JohnnyBitcoin> i think thats the problem
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[18:07] <JohnnyBitcoin> i think i got my power supplies mixed up
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[18:19] <JohnnyBitcoin> the power supply is 5v - 2.5a
[18:20] <JohnnyBitcoin> is that the correct one for the pi 3?
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[18:29] <antisaint> I am looking to see if it possible to use a pi as a middle-box to get secure connectivity. Moresoever Gateway->Wifi->Pi(vpn'd)->Router(serial) for phone and 1 hardwired desktop... Am I going in the right direction?
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[18:35] <thecha> JohnnyBitcoin→ that is perfect
[18:35] <thecha> it is nto your power supply
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[18:44] <vegii> Hi. I'm having some problems with outputing hex stuff over serial. I've tried following commands: >root@DietPi:~# echo -n "\x1b\x21\x01" > /dev/AMA0 >root@DietPi:~# man echo >-bash: man: command not found
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[18:44] <MikeshCZ> Good evening.
[18:44] <vegii> it seems weird that there's no man command
[18:45] <vegii> hi
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[18:51] <antisaint> vegii, whai is your goal? To print man pages?
[18:52] <mfa298> vegii: /dev/AMA0 is probably not what you want for the serial port
[18:52] <mfa298> you usually want /dev/serial0 or possibly /dev/ttyAMA0
[18:52] <vegii> to print hex stuff to a thermal printer that is attached via serial, in order to change font size
[18:53] <antisaint> Mine is generally /dev/ttyS0 or ttySG0 etc
[18:53] <vegii> oh right, it's /ttyAMA0 thanks
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[18:54] <vegii> worked perfectly, thanks :)
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[18:56] <antisaint> My question is ish more specific... I am looing to see if my pi can tunnel the internet out via serial to a wifi router... While using it like a torbox
[18:57] <thepeter> will there be a problem with raspbian if I'll run raspberry with TFT display on GPIO and then I'll connect standard monitor on HDMI? has anybody tried that before?
[18:57] <antisaint> Tcp/Ip thru serial?
[18:57] <thecha> My questiom;if i reboot an rpi with a proper powersupply is it likely that it will corrupt the sd?
[18:58] <antisaint> thecha, Use the reboot command. dont just pull power
[18:58] <thepeter> antisaint, from time to time you don't really get to choose :)
[18:59] <antisaint> UPS my friend
[18:59] <thecha> antisaint→ I don't like to be pednatic but technically i asked about rebooting not yanking the powerchord
[18:59] <thepeter> :)
[18:59] <thecha> :)
[19:00] <antisaint> thecha, It is verry unlikely to corrupt an sd card if the blocks remaining to be written are written out before power off. The host os should take care of that if traditional means of power on off or reboot are used.
[19:00] <thecha> yeah i have a raspbian/its a debian offshoto running... i am not sure if it does so ona reboot
[19:01] <thecha> i know for a fact that it does so ona regualr shutdown
[19:01] <thecha> it even anounces the time when it will shut down
[19:01] <thecha> but on a reboot i just disapears
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[19:01] <antisaint> intended shutdown?
[19:01] <thecha> maybe its the static?
[19:01] <thecha> yes
[19:03] <antisaint> Wouldent worry about intentional shutdowns corrupting anything. Any os of these days should handle the write out upon calling shutdown. Mostly leaving the os in ram and unmounting volumes to stop.
[19:03] <thecha> i see thanks man
[19:04] <thecha> so maybe i corrupted my os itself and not the hardware
[19:04] <thecha> i wrote two new entries into fstab
[19:04] <thecha> maybe that is the the problem
[19:04] <antisaint> A faulty power source imho is the most common cause of corruption with sd's
[19:05] <thecha> i bought the expensive one form the original manufacturer
[19:05] <antisaint> ++
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[19:05] <thecha> if that was the case then taking out the sd and changing the fstab would fix everthing
[19:05] <antisaint> Is it that you have a sd with os and its corrupted?
[19:05] <thecha> really all ineeded to do is some semicolongs
[19:06] <thecha> i thougth the sd was
[19:06] <thecha> but i think maybe this time it is really a softwre probelm and the os is corrupte now
[19:06] <thecha> hang on i will check
[19:06] <thecha> :D thanks
[19:06] <antisaint> Is your os on it? Id run a check disk
[19:06] <thecha> is that a gnu/linux too?
[19:06] <thecha> ok thanks i will do just that
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[19:09] <antisaint> thecha, Id try 'fsck -AR -y'
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[20:37] <xtina_> hi guys. i am in a problematic state with my raspbian install
[20:37] <xtina_> i tried "sudo apt-get -f install"
[20:37] <xtina_> and i get: E: Sub-process /usr/bin/dpkg returned an error code (1)
[20:37] <xtina_> the issue has to do with 'gnome-packagekit-data '
[20:38] <xtina_> log: http://vpaste.net/8qBdD
[20:38] <xtina_> any suggestions how to fix? thanks..
[20:38] <xtina_> i cannot install new packages at all because of this issue
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[20:39] <xtina_> i see similar complaints on rpi forums but no solution: https://www.google.com/search?q=gnome-packagekit-data+raspberry+pi+error+site:www.raspberrypi.org&num=100&espv=2&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjA5-HswJXTAhVSImMKHdk1AsUQrQIIJygEMAA&biw=1279&bih=771
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[20:45] <Psi-Jack> Looks like a file conflict between two packages.
[20:46] <Psi-Jack> And a bug report to be filed. There's also #raspbian for specific support for that.
[20:46] <xtina_> Psi-Jack: OK, I'll ask in #raspbian, thanks
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[20:53] <Psi-Jack> Yep. Tomorrow my Oscilliscope arrives. Yay for USPS delivering priority packages on Sundays! hehe
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[21:01] <GenteelBen> Psi-Jack: are you going to insert it into various orifices?
[21:01] <Psi-Jack> Yes. Specifically into my Garage Door control panel.
[21:02] <Psi-Jack> After I assemble it, of course. :)
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[21:04] <GenteelBen> What about orifices in your person?
[21:04] <Psi-Jack> Umm.. No.
[21:04] <brianx> Psi-Jack: fixed etherpuppet. they modified the upstream to break it.
[21:05] <brianx> notes are in the bug
[21:05] <GenteelBen> https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oscilloscope#/media/File:Handheld_Oscilloscope_SHS800.jpg <-- The electrodes have many possibilities.
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[21:07] <Psi-Jack> brianx: Nice!
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[21:08] <brianx> why raspbian would edit the upstream to break it is beyond me. the upstream hasn't changed in years and works on the pi.
[21:09] <Psi-Jack> heh
[21:09] <Psi-Jack> I blame it on the Debian way of thinking. Must edit and change EVERYTHING.
[21:09] <Psi-Jack> heh
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[21:11] <brianx> heh, apparently. the bug they introduced was to *remove* 3 bytes of stack storage. a char instead of an int.
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[21:13] <Psi-Jack> Sheash..
[21:13] <brianx> and more progress on the pi 3b firewall. openvpn is up. it's listening but who knows if it works, the "external" interface is still inside my lan.
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[21:31] <Psi-Jack> Hmmm
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[21:31] <humbot> hmm
[21:32] <Psi-Jack> I'm looking for good ideas on what would be a good way to provide battery backup power for my ESPs. Whether it's LiPo or 16850 (which would have to be downstepped to use which kinda sucks)
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[21:33] <Psi-Jack> My secondary option is to get like Anker USB powerbank or similar, and just pass that in, while charging the battery itself. heh
[21:34] <Psi-Jack> Though, I'm more interested in some module that I can solder down and enclose in a case.
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[21:41] <Psi-Jack> And hmmmm, I did not know the HiLetgo NodeMCU module could take up to 20V in.
[21:41] <JuPaname> you need free shell account ? contact me PM
[21:41] <Psi-Jack> JuPaname: Please stop advertising garbage
[21:41] <Psi-Jack> Or period.
[21:43] <pepee> is it possible to buy wholesale raspberry pis?
[21:43] <pepee> also, I wish I could buy zeros for $1... :(
[21:44] <NGC3982> pepee: where are you from?
[21:44] <pepee> chile
[21:45] <NGC3982> i cant say about chile, but i (a swede) can buy them from a retailer in bigger numbers.
[21:45] <NGC3982> although, i guess its not that much cheaper.
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[21:45] <pepee> I mean, it's the same here
[21:45] <pepee> you save some cents per unit
[21:45] <pepee> and they are expensive :(
[21:46] <pepee> guess I'll just buy a bunch of orange pi zero
[21:46] <pepee> but I wonder about the opi community... if there is any at all
[21:46] <NGC3982> opi?
[21:46] <pepee> orange pi
[21:46] * NGC3982 has to google that.
[21:47] <antisaint> Ive got a orange pi pc, they arent too bad
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[21:47] <pepee> NGC3982, https://www.aliexpress.com/store/product/New-Orange-Pi-Zero-H2-Quad-Core-Open-source-512MB-development-board-beyond-Raspberry-Pi/1553371_32761500374.html
[21:47] <antisaint> But no the community isnt very active. Makes me sad. But most of the support from the raspi can transfer
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[21:49] <Limix> Hi, has anyone used an animatics smart motor with a RPi?
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[22:01] <mfa298> I looked at the support for some of the Orange Pi's the other day. Seems to be pretty hit and miss, Some of the hardware might be nice but the drivers for some of it are poor to non-existant
[22:02] <nacelle> they have a funny definition of zero
[22:05] <brianx> Psi-Jack: ready made battery options seem to be few and far between. a usb charger board connected to a battery with internal protection then a buck converter connected to that is an option.
[22:05] <mfa298> I think if you look across the various boards using the allwinner chips there's not much meaning in most of the terms
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[22:08] <Psi-Jack> brianx: Yeah. I'm also noticing /some/, though not all, ESP8266 modules actually have a 3.3-20V regulator. The HiLetgo NodeMCU however does only 3.3V-5V
[22:09] <brianx> Psi-Jack: avoid onboard regulators, use a buck dc-dc. less heat.
[22:09] <Psi-Jack> Yeah. hehe
[22:10] <Psi-Jack> I've already added buck dc-dc's to my shopping list. :)
[22:10] <brianx> still, the battery will be 4.x volts, so cc buck from your source then cv buck from there to the esp.
[22:12] <brianx> i really like 1584en based buck boards. really efficient.
[22:12] <brianx> always seem to be cv configuration only.
[22:14] <antisaint> I tend to use a 1117-3 for build on regulation.. Can parallel them for more current needs
[22:15] <antisaint> linier tho so idk if that fits your needs as its waaay less efficient than buck
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[22:17] <Psi-Jack> heh
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[22:27] <antisaint> I was thinking of prototyping out a series 18650 adjustable psu with 12v(router pluggins) and usb to charge. The thought was to use a buck/boost ic for minimal parts and max efficiency. Something that may sell if produced?
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[22:31] <Limix> Hi has anyone used an animatics smart motor with an RPi?
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[22:31] <antisaint> Limix whats your question?
[22:32] <Limix> Hi antisaint, basically trying to see how I can control one with an RPi, up till now I have only used their software playground on windows. Need to actually see how I can use it in a project driven by an RPi
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[22:32] <antisaint> I personally have never used one, what kind of interfacing does it use?
[22:33] <Psi-Jack> brianx: Hmm, yeah! That MP1584EN does look pretty nice, actually.
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[22:34] <Limix> there is a serial port on the motor, beyond that it is a mystery
[22:34] <Psi-Jack> Liiiiitle pricey, at $7 (on Amazon w/Prime), compared to the eBoot LM2596 (6pk) at $12. But smaller.
[22:35] <antisaint> Limix, do you own one or are you looking to purchase
[22:35] <Psi-Jack> Then again, I just found q Qunqi 5pk for $10.
[22:36] <Psi-Jack> Though, that doesn't... Look... Very good. Hehe
[22:36] <brianx> Psi-Jack: most converters don't live up to their specs this one almost does
[22:37] <Limix> antisaint, I have one already. Why do you ask? Is there a much easier servo to program with an RPi? That has similar specs? http://www.animatics.com/products/animatics/nema-34-3400-series/sm34165dt.html
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[22:38] <xtina_> hey guys, is anyone here knowledgeable about how to back myself out of a state where i have two conflicting packages with the same file in them? my debian state is currently refusing to let me install anything at all
[22:38] <xtina_> anything less than a fresh install would be great..
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[22:39] <xtina_> here is the error i see no matter what i try to do with sudo apt-get: http://vpaste.net/8qBdD
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[22:39] <Psi-Jack> Heh, apparently eBoot also has a 6 pack with the MP1584EN as well.
[22:39] <xtina_> the error is: dpkg: error processing archive /var/cache/apt/archives/gnome-packagekit-data_3.14.0-1_all.deb (--unpack): trying to overwrite '/usr/share/icons/hicolor/16x16/mimetypes/application-x-catalog.png', which is also in package pi-package-data 0.2
[22:40] <xtina_> i tried to remove one of the packages, but it spits out the same error
[22:41] <xtina_> (i tried asking in #raspbian but it hasn't been that productive)
[22:41] <antisaint> Limix, the motor your talking about is basically a motor with everything included. It supports a ridiculous amount of communication protocols like RS-485 and TCP/IP and USB... I guess what Im saying is almost any internet capable device would be able to play with it.. What are you trying to do exactly as relating to a pi>?
[22:42] <antisaint> xtina_, Have you tried the clean option?
[22:43] <xtina_> antisaint: i did but it doesn't do anything?
[22:44] <xtina_> http://vpaste.net/Zhsh5
[22:44] <xtina_> (it just does nothing at all)
[22:44] <Limix> anitsaint, I just need to control the motor, but don’t want to use their gui to drive it. I need a few physical switches and buttons to turn to a specific position. Are any of those protocols you see available through some lib for the RPi?
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[22:46] <antisaint> Limix, http://www.animatics.com/combitronic.html
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[22:47] <antisaint> Limix, Also http://www.animatics.com/combitronic.html
[22:47] <antisaint> Silly me https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=1&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=0ahUKEwjxpui63ZXTAhVW0GMKHZWqByIQFggcMAA&url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.raspberrypi.org%2Fforums%2Fviewtopic.php%3Ff%3D44%26t%3D141052&usg=AFQjCNEYHNQG_LSqFiNCadYISndQkdFuFQ
[22:48] <Limix> Ah I see ok, makes sense. Thank you for this antisaint. Will start looking into CAN Bus
[22:49] <xtina_> antisaint: is sudo apt-get clean the command you mean?
[22:50] <antisaint> xtina_, Start with sudo apt-get clean
[22:50] <antisaint> && sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get upgrade
[22:52] <xtina_> antisaint: hmm, why would that solve this specific problem?
[22:52] <antisaint> xtina_, Finally try to overwrite the damn thing with: sudo dpkg -i --force-overwrite /var/cache/apt/archives/gnome-packagekit-data_3.14.0-1_all.deb
[22:52] <xtina_> (i'm hesitant to do a big update/upgrade because i've heard the latest updates break either my i2s mic or my esp8266 module's wifi, don't remember which)
[22:52] <antisaint> Oh, ya that would make me rething it too
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[22:53] <xtina_> is there a way that doesn't involve the big update/upgrade?
[22:53] <antisaint> sudo dpkg -i --force-overwrite /var/cache/apt/archives/gnome-packagekit-data_3.14.0-1_all.deb
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[22:54] <xtina_> hmm, i don't see gnome-pac... in my /var/cache/apt/archives
[22:55] <xtina_> just 'lock' and 'partial'
[22:55] <antisaint> Then clean did its job
[22:55] <antisaint> That was the file that you were unable to overwrite correct?
[22:56] <antisaint> :D sorry try that with '/usr/share/icons/hicolor/16x16/mimetypes/application-x-catalog.png'
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[22:57] <xtina_> thanks .. hmm, i get "is not a debian format archive"
[22:57] <xtina_> in full: http://vpaste.net/B13Iy
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[22:58] <antisaint> K so your file is locked, and the package is gnome-package... the fix is to force it with sudo dpkg -i --force-overwrite /var/cache/apt/archives/gnome-packagekit-data_3.14.0-1_all.deb Whats ur output?
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[23:02] <xtina_> antisaint: it simply says: http://vpaste.net/rvMcF
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[23:04] <antisaint> xtina_, So it looks like the package is now removed. Try your install command now
[23:05] <xtina_> antisaint: i think we are going in circles a bit
[23:05] <xtina_> i haven't actually done anything with any of these commands
[23:05] <xtina_> this is the same state i was in before
[23:05] <xtina_> if i try your commands they return the outputs i just shared, but no install command works
[23:05] <xtina_> with the same output as before
[23:06] <xtina_> http://vpaste.net/RepzR
[23:07] <antisaint> Unable to install because of a overwrite error. But your last message stated the file was not there. If the problem installing anything is still present then remove the conflicting package being pi-package-data 0.2
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[23:08] <xtina_> antisaint: i tried removing pi-package-data 0.2
[23:08] <xtina_> sorry, 1 s
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[23:11] <antisaint> xtina_, with: sudo dpkg -P pi-package... correct?
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[23:15] <xtina_> antisaint, ah, OK i tried that but stll no luck... o.O
[23:16] <xtina_> http://vpaste.net/7DclH
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[23:16] <xtina_> (thanks for all the patience..)
[23:16] <xtina_> i still get stuff like : Depends: gnome-packagekit-data (>= 3.14.0-1) but it is not going to be installed
[23:17] <xtina_> @_@
[23:19] <antisaint> Could try to install the unmet dependancys or try to force it..
[23:19] <antisaint> i not y lol
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[23:21] <antisaint> force it with 'sudo apt-get -f install autogen' or 'sudo apt-get install guile-2.0-libs libopts25-de' Also side thought, is this after installing a package from a alt repo?
[23:27] <xtina_> antisaint: i was installing a bunch of dependencies for gstreamer (not realizing raspbian already came with gstreamer)
[23:28] <xtina_> i can't install a single package right now, neither of your suggestions work
[23:28] <xtina_> even if i use -f
[23:28] <xtina_> i ALWAYS get
[23:28] <xtina_> gnome-packagekit-session : Depends: gnome-packagekit-data (>= 3.14.0-1) but it is not going to be installed
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[23:33] <xtina_> this is such a frustrating state *head in hands*
[23:34] <antisaint> From that idk... could try to blow gnome awqay and reinstall but that could cause more orphans :/ Start from where it broke and take it back step by step so try to remove the last installed package
[23:35] <xtina_> it looks like i better reinstall raspbian from scratch :'(
[23:35] <xtina_> i don't really understand the issue, at the moment
[23:35] <xtina_> i thought that there was a conflicting filename between packges
[23:35] <xtina_> but even though i've uninstalled pi-package-data
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[23:35] <xtina_> i still get the error that gnome... can't be installed
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[23:35] <xtina_> so i don't really know how to troubleshoot.. i don't understand the issue
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[23:37] <antisaint> It seems to me that your package has a orphaned dependancy that has been marked to keep upon uninstall.
[23:37] <antisaint> Trying to install a older? version wont work as its already present
[23:38] <antisaint> broke the build..
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[23:39] <norlevo> maybe it's broken...did you check http://elinux.org/RPi_SD_cards ?
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[23:43] <xtina_> do you think this will be very difficult to fix, should i restart from a fresh raspbian?
[23:43] <xtina_> my SD card shouldn't be broken, it's not been handled
[23:43] <agusyc> What do you use your RPi's for?
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[23:46] <brianx> Psi-Jack: yeah, that is a whole lot. i get them for about 40 cents each from china. i bet there is a us ebay seller that is cheaper than amazon and still only 3 or 4 days.
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[23:51] <brianx> http://www.ebay.com/itm/-/131761605297 is $4 and looks right but you can't read it in the picture. ships from illinois.
[23:51] <brianx> (about 6 miles from my house!)
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[23:53] <antisaint> Ive heard the best ones are from alldata..
[23:55] <xtina_> i guess my not using version control bit me in the ass. i'm not sure how to do version control to backup my entire SD card
[23:55] <xtina_> i'm used to using git to backup a project folder or something
[23:55] <xtina_> do people do the same to backup their entire raspbian SD card with git..?
[23:55] <antisaint> xtina_, Have you tried debian rather than raspian and just tuning it for your needs?
[23:56] <antisaint> I personally just make an img of the sdcard as a backup but there isnt really any version control there
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