#raspberrypi IRC Log

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IRC Log for 2017-05-03

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[0:06] <Travis> holy smokes! My router has something about OpenVPN. Thanks to whomever said something about that.
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[0:09] <blocky> Condor: the driver you need depends on which particular display, i think
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[0:24] <Condor> Just a generic 3.2" screen that connects over the GPIO pins..
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[1:18] <brianx> ShorTie: i think i found the issue. raspberrypi-net-mods by my good friend Simon Long
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[1:28] <dan2wik> Would it be possible to replace the ethernet/usb hub chip? When my invertor blew up, the serial line took it out.
[1:30] <brianx> dan2wik: if you have to ask the question, you probably don't have the skills needed and would be better off replacing the pi. this isn't your run of the mill user repair here.
[1:30] <ShorTie> any thing is posible
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[1:31] <ShorTie> now how cost effective it would be is another question
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[1:32] <dan2wik> I think I can manage it, $8 to repair vs $35 for a new one seems worth a shot. Is there any firmware or software that might not like a changed chip?
[1:33] <brianx> you'd have to replace it with the identical chip.
[1:34] <dan2wik> Identical like this? http://uk.farnell.com/microchip/lan9514-jzx/ic-usb2-enet-cntrl-4-port-hub/dp/2292587
[1:34] <brianx> you didn't specify which pi, i'm not sure they're all using the same chip and don't really want to look at all of them to find out.
[1:35] <ShorTie> and 10 bucks shipping makes it hafe the price of new
[1:35] <dan2wik> It is a B+ V1.2
[1:35] <ShorTie> sure everything else is ok ??
[1:37] <dan2wik> I cannot be sure. It boots, displays on hdmi, Serial console works fine and dmesg shows no usb devices connecting.
[1:38] * ShorTie Thinkz he'd just buy new pi
[1:38] <oq> dan2wik: might aswell buy a pi3
[1:38] <methuzla> do other USB devices show up ok if connected?
[1:39] <dan2wik> No, the hub doesn't connect.
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[1:39] <methuzla> ah. it's all one.
[1:39] <dan2wik> I'll think it over.
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[1:39] <methuzla> just wondering if the usb port on the soc is ok
[1:39] <brianx> since the chip is an identical replacement, there are no concerns about the firmware.
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[2:01] <XianZombie> semi dumb question - provided my Pi3 is stable - is there any reason not to overclock it?
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[2:02] <hmoney> on that note: is there any reason to overclock it?
[2:02] <XianZombie> a) theoretically better performance (right?) b) because I can
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[2:03] <XianZombie> I'd say your question and mine go hand in hand
[2:04] <XianZombie> at least in my mind
[2:04] <XianZombie> but also for my RetroPie emulation
[2:05] <oq> XianZombie: depends on the temps, for most pi3's if you max them out they will already thermal throttle
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[2:07] <XianZombie> in the bit that I was running mine OC'd, my "average max" was around 65C. I did manage to get the temp warning once, while installing stuff from source while updating a bunch of Kodi libraries and images
[2:08] <XianZombie> meaning that aside from the one heat warning, I never saw higher than about 65c
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[2:11] <oq> XianZombie: have you tried to max it out 100% though?
[2:11] <XianZombie> like running the 100% cpu use on all cores thing?
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[2:15] <oq> XianZombie: yeah
[2:16] <XianZombie> only for about 10mins or so
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[3:56] <stoner19> I don't have any way of connecting a monitor to my RPi and I don't see it in the list of connected devices on my router. Anyone know how I can find the IP address?
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[3:57] <oq> stoner19: try connecting to //raspberrypi
[3:57] <stoner19> no windows, I'm on OSX
[3:58] <oq> try connecting to raspberrypi
[3:58] <oq> as a host
[3:58] <oq> bonjour might pick it up
[3:59] <stoner19> oh, good idea
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[4:00] <b0g> raspberrypi.local
[4:01] <brianx> stoner19: just look at your router and see what dhcp clients there are.
[4:02] <stoner19> thanks brianx but that was the first thing I did to try and find the IP
[4:02] <methuzla> "...and I don't see it in the list of connected devices on my router"
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[4:02] <brianx> if it didn't dhcp, it's not on the network and you won't be able to connect to it period.
[4:04] <oq> I've had devices that have addresses that have been assigned dhcp addresses before and just kept those addresses without asking the router again so they don't appear up there brianx
[4:04] <stoner19> yeah, that's kind of the conclusion I'm coming to
[4:04] <stoner19> going to wipe the SD and bake it again
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[4:06] <brianx> oq: wow, that sounds like a client problem. debian doesn't have that issue though.
[4:10] <oq> brianx: I've had it with raspberry pis before
[4:10] <oq> and it wasn't some crappy stock router software, this was with openwrt
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[4:11] <stoner19> out of curiosity what OS do you guys normally go for?
[4:11] <stoner19> VPSs I typically use Ubuntu 16.10
[4:11] <brianx> wow. i log all dhcp requests at the moment and have never observed a missed request.
[4:12] <batch> hi guys, anyone can tell me a tool to test the efficiency of an sdcard? looks like this one is getting each day more lazy
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[4:13] <stoner19> or is there an Ubuntu server for RPi?
[4:13] <stoner19> I don't need the desktop environment
[4:14] <oq> stoner19: think their arm images are armv7 only, so pi 2 & 3's
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[4:57] <Infect> hi
[4:57] <ekym> hello
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[5:29] <dan2wik> I can't seem to find the Pi zero in any of the official distributors, is it really still out of stock that bad?
[5:31] <batch> dan2wik the original or the newer pi zero W ?
[5:31] <dan2wik> Theres a W?
[5:31] <batch> dan2wik https://thepihut.com/products/raspberry-pi-zero-w
[5:32] <batch> it's GB but they serve
[5:33] <dan2wik> Thank you, Looks like I'm getting a new Pi
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[5:34] <password2> moin
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[5:36] <brianx> probably a good idea dan2wik
[5:37] <brianx> like most electronics, repair isn't often practical.
[5:38] <dan2wik> Yeah, I ended up removing the chip and connecting the soc's usb to one of the ports.
[5:38] <dan2wik> so it will have some use somewhere
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[5:42] <brianx> now you have the only pi b+ with otg support.
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[5:50] <Shmam> Trying to get ssh to work on my pi. I have enabled PermitRootLogin yes and PermitRootLogin without-password in my sshd_config
[5:50] <Shmam> wait 1 sec
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[5:51] <Chillum> by default the ssh server does not run
[5:51] <Chillum> have you enabled it?
[5:51] <Chillum> I think it is just putting a 'ssh' file in the /boot/ path
[5:51] <Shmam> the ssh server is running
[5:52] <Chillum> good
[5:52] <Shmam> when I try "ssh root@myIP" it asks for the pwd
[5:52] <Shmam> then says permission denied
[5:52] <Chillum> it is a misleading option name
[5:53] <Chillum> without-password means don't allow password auth for root
[5:53] <Chillum> ie key only
[5:53] <Shmam> oh
[5:53] <Chillum> 'yes' will allow with password
[5:53] <Shmam> ok
[5:53] <Chillum> a common source of confusion
[5:55] <Shmam> what does strictMode mean?
[5:55] <Shmam> I currently have that on and root pwd set to yes
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[5:56] <Shmam> and still no luck
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[5:58] <password2> awesome , now i have a really basic webpage that sets the brightness of my leds
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[6:02] <Chillum> nice
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[6:03] <password2> it was surprisingly fast and easy to do though
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[6:04] <Chillum> as was my web beeper, 5 minutes from getting the idea to working prototype, 15 minutes more to solder a permanent version to protoboard
[6:04] <Chillum> most of the time was waiting for the iron to get hot
[6:05] <password2> hmmm
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[6:05] <password2> my leds brightness is not very linear
[6:06] <Chillum> using pwm?
[6:06] <password2> yeah
[6:06] <Chillum> huh, odd
[6:07] <password2> setting a value of 300 drws about 0.05A , but 600 draws 0.5A
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[6:08] <password2> and 1024 is at about 0.7A
[6:08] <Chillum> it could be your meter's sampling rate
[6:08] <password2> its analogue
[6:08] <Chillum> oh
[6:08] <password2> what i see visually correlates
[6:09] <Chillum> that makes no sense, it should be 100% on or 0% on and the time it is 100% should be linear
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[6:09] <Chillum> perhaps there is a lag time for the LED to fully conduct or something
[6:09] <password2> maybe the mosfet
[6:09] <Chillum> ah
[6:09] <Chillum> yes, it takes time to turn on
[6:09] <password2> the freq of the pwm is a bit high
[6:10] <Chillum> a lower freq pwm or a higher speed mosfet would probably make it more linear
[6:11] <password2> fixed it :D
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[6:12] <password2> i doubles the base current of the bjt i was using to drive the mosfet
[6:12] <password2> by using two 27k resistors in parallel
[6:12] <password2> basically the gate of the mosfet is like a tiny cap , and i was discharging it too slowly :D
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[6:15] <password2> now at 300 it draws like 0.05A , 600 like 0.1A , 900 like 0.5A
[6:15] <password2> still not perfect , but better
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[6:22] <brianx> 27K on a bjt!???
[6:23] <brianx> what ever happened to 2.2k?
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[6:29] <password2> ona base?
[6:29] <password2> man its normal to do like 100k
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[6:32] <Shmam> So I just completely removed openssh-server and client as well as purge. What should I do in my sshd_config so that I can ssh in and just use my root password
[6:33] <brianx> password2: not on a bjt.
[6:33] <password2> whys you remove openssh?
[6:34] <Shmam> fresh start
[6:34] <Shmam> I just reinstalled them
[6:34] <brianx> password2: well, maybe if you're working with 300v logic, then 100k might be normal.
[6:35] <password2> brianx, no
[6:35] <password2> just no
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[6:43] <brianx> password2: do the math. your bjt has a gain, usually in the ballpark of 100 or so. you usually want it full on or saturated. if you're working close to dc and you don't need a lot of output current, sure you can use low current. at high speed, you usually do want a lot of current.
[6:44] <password2> brianx, i have done the math
[6:45] <brianx> so you know better and are just messing around. got it.
[6:46] <brianx> your own example showed that 13.5k was needed in your application and that less current was too slow to pwm your led.
[6:48] <brianx> add an engineering tolerance of 100% and you're down to 6.75k. not very far from the norm of 2.2k.
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[6:48] <password2> yes , but the pwm is much faster than I would want it to be
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[6:49] <password2> >300khz is overkill for leds
[6:49] <password2> no need to have highspeed and led in the same sentence
[6:49] <mlelstv> says someone using fibre internet :)
[6:50] <brianx> 2.2k is kinda generic and will usually let you get into the low megahertz range for low current demand applications.
[6:50] <password2> mlelstv, hahaha
[6:51] <password2> if you call mobile that drops out everyday fiber
[6:51] <password2> hahah
[6:51] <password2> brianx, sure thing fluffy
[6:51] <password2> gotta run
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[6:52] <mlelstv> only if the power for your mobile is generated by your charger
[6:52] <brianx> your own application proves 100k is not normal for the base of a bjt. get over it.
[6:55] <brianx> the slower you switch a mosfet, the more heat it generates each switch cycle.
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[7:35] <password4> lol brianx you cant seem to get over it
[7:35] <password4> anyway , I'm at work nows
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[7:42] <password4> so no led controls :(
[7:42] <password4> lol
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[8:33] <grummund> Is there a kernel option to turn off power management for the rpi3 onboard wifi?
[8:33] <grummund> can be set in /etc/modprobe.d/brcmfmac.conf ?
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[11:32] <cxeq> anyone can help me figure out why my raspberry pi stops responding to putty after a while and has to be restarted before it will connect again successfully
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[11:51] <grummund> cxeq: connecting over wifi or ethernet?
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[11:51] <cxeq> wifi with timeout length upped and no inactivity
[11:52] <cxeq> as in-- it doesnt turn off after a period of inactivity
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[12:09] <cxeq> doing it again now -_- it gets slow, and then just stops responding and starts refusing connections
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[12:38] <RoyK> hi all. I have some infoscreens bbased on raspberry pi, and I wonder if it could be possible to take a sceenshot of these from the commandline - preferably through ssh (with ansible) - I'd rather want to do it that way than using cron
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[12:40] <grummund> cxeq: mine's being doing that recently too
[12:41] <grummund> disabled power save an roaming earlier and so far it has nee ok
[12:41] <cxeq> ok, im pretty sure I've done that-- but do you mind showing me / linking me how
[12:42] <cxeq> do you mean the wifi power saving
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[12:43] <cxeq> the other think, I dont think it ever stops responding, unless I am connected to it
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[13:04] <cxeq> can anyone help me troubleshoot pi camera as well? was working fine and taking 1.2mb photos looked great... set up cronjob and restarted, script unchanged
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[13:04] <cxeq> now I can only get it to take awful photos under 150 kb and most of the time its pitch black
[13:06] <cxeq> the script is literally not different at all
[13:09] <petn-randall> cxeq: Note that cron jobs don't have access to many environment vars, so if you use any commands without full path, they won't work.
[13:09] <petn-randall> cxeq: It might be part of your problem?
[13:09] <cxeq> nah, I mean, I am just running the same script manually
[13:10] <cxeq> but the cronjob was working fine and taking good photos until after I restarted it...
[13:11] <cxeq> and sometimes it just take a full black photo
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[13:14] <cxeq> ugh and using raspistill it takes a great full quality image -_-
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[13:51] <Armand> Anyone else hear watch Julian Ilett's youtube channel ?
[13:51] <AshIndigo> who?
[13:52] <Armand> He's an electronics nerd.
[13:53] <Armand> I'm looking at his MTTP solar charge controller, using an arduino.
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[13:54] <Armand> http://256.uk/?page_id=23
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[13:55] <Armand> I'm thinking I should build one, but I want to incorporate an rPi into the project.. maybe with a colour LCD to display stats.
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[14:16] <Armand> BurtyB: The MTTP project looks really good.. but I have no idea how to integrate the rPi for stats
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[14:26] <BurtyB> Armand, not really - he had it working with an arduino+lcd if it's the one I'm thinking of and that would prob be the better solution vs a Pi for the control side of things
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[14:26] <grummund> cxeq: http://projectable.me/optimize-my-pi-wi-fi/
[14:28] <grummund> that said my wifi appears to have gone down again :(
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[14:39] <password4> I've always wondered if you can do mppt in analogue domain
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[14:47] <Armand> BurtyB: Yeah.. that is the case, but I'm not talking about using the Pi for control... just for displaying and recording the stats.
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[14:49] <Armand> Might do something with lighty, so present the stats in a webpage.
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[15:18] <marcoandres> Hi, I have an old raspberrypi B (2USB ports) and I want to get the GPIO pin reference.. but I only found it for the newer models, does anyone can point me where to find it?
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[15:21] <AshIndigo> https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/originals/95/30/46/953046f96aeb9ab53eb91abff2b24bc8.jpg
[15:21] <AshIndigo> ^ marco
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[15:49] <AshIndigo> marcoandres
[15:50] <marcoandres> great, thanks AshIndigo
[15:50] <AshIndigo> your welcome
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[15:59] <rscata> I install, apache in my raspberry, and in the LAN it's ok (I access in the browser with IP), but when I want to access from outside (I access in the browser with the subdomain, which I recived when I activated DDNS) is does not work.
[15:59] <rscata> I have DDNS and I set port forwarding for port 80, TCP.
[15:59] <rscata> I mention that the ssh protocol works from outside.
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[16:03] <gordonDrogon> marcoandres, type: gpio readall
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[16:06] <marcoandres> gordonDrogon: interesting so I can get it not matter which model I have, nice.
[16:06] <marcoandres> thanks
[16:07] <gordonDrogon> yes, it knows everything. (or is supposed to!)
[16:09] <Armand> rscata: Is there any chance your ISP might be blocking port 80 inbound ?
[16:10] <GenteelBen> Armand: where's Amarand?
[16:10] <Armand> In bed with your mum
[16:10] <IT_Sean> hey! No.
[16:10] * IT_Sean thumps Armand
[16:10] <GenteelBen> Armanda Holden
[16:11] <GenteelBen> Armanda Huginkiss
[16:11] <IT_Sean> Do I need to seperate the two of you?
[16:12] <IT_Sean> Don't make me pull this IRC channel over!
[16:12] <GenteelBen> No, we've not been friends since his marriage
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[16:12] <GenteelBen> Which I strongly objected to, because I don't think he's good enough for Armarand.
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[16:13] <rscata> Armand, from what I understood, the ISP only block the port 25.
[16:13] <GenteelBen> rscata so change the inbound port to 8080 or something and test again.
[16:13] <IT_Sean> A lot of ISPs block 80 on non-business accounts.
[16:14] <IT_Sean> at least in this country.
[16:14] <GenteelBen> If you can connect to http://ur-domain-or-IP:8080 but not 80, it's a block on the inbound HTTP port.
[16:14] <Armand> GenteelBen: I don't recall ever signing a friends contract.
[16:14] <redrabbit> here the port 80 is free
[16:14] <redrabbit> no problem using it
[16:14] <GenteelBen> Armand: we wore friendship bracelets for several years.
[16:14] <GenteelBen> You sang at my Barmitzvah.
[16:14] <Armand> Denied
[16:14] <redrabbit> you guys are cute
[16:15] <Armand> I know I am.... but..
[16:16] <rscata> I will try on 8088. Thank's
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[16:16] <rscata> 8080
[16:16] <GenteelBen> IT_Sean: Armand and I go way back. He's like the Eazy-E to my Dr. Dre (Eazy-E died of AIDS).
[16:16] <GenteelBen> rscata: any port over 1024 will do, but 8080 is the most common port used when 80 isn't available.
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[16:16] <GenteelBen> This is just for testing, obviously.
[16:16] <Armand> It is true, you've been an irritation for a long time.. like thrush.
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[16:16] <GenteelBen> Also
[16:17] <GenteelBen> Armand: I'm like thrush, and you're like a bowel obstruction.
[16:17] <redrabbit> lol
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[16:17] <GenteelBen> IT_Sean: we're friends.
[16:17] <GenteelBen> You don't understand the dynamic we have.
[16:17] <rscata> Ok, thank you. When I get home I'll try.
[16:18] <GenteelBen> I also don't think most ISPs block port 80 inbound - otherwise how would the web interface work over the WAN? I'm pretty sure they all default to port 80.
[16:20] <GenteelBen> Ah wait
[16:20] <GenteelBen> Looks like Virgin default to port 8443.
[16:21] <redrabbit> web interfaces are closed to the wan by default
[16:21] <redrabbit> open to the wan is an horrible choice
[16:21] <redrabbit> because their security is a joke
[16:22] <redrabbit> i mean for routers and modems.
[16:22] <IT_Sean> Most Ameerikan ISPs block 80 on home accounts specifically to stop you running a server on them, thus forcing you to buy an insanely overpriced business account to do so.
[16:22] <redrabbit> or use a 3$ vps
[16:22] <IT_Sean> or that. :p
[16:22] <IT_Sean> I host all my stuff in The Cloud anyway, as to most people.
[16:22] <GenteelBen> Eh, in years gone by I've accidentally hit a home router's admin console by typing in 172.61.0.1 or whatever.
[16:22] <redrabbit> what is the cloud
[16:22] <redrabbit> it rains
[16:23] <redrabbit> can you make it stop
[16:23] <redrabbit> i have business to do outside
[16:23] <IT_Sean> Right. Accidentally. Then you also accidentally check to see if it still has the factory default login, right, GenteelBen? :p
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[16:23] <GenteelBen> No I couldn't be bothered.
[16:23] <IT_Sean> ... or is it just me that does that?
[16:23] <GenteelBen> It's just you.
[16:23] <redrabbit> it do that
[16:23] <redrabbit> i'd do that*
[16:23] <GenteelBen> IT_Sean hunts for restroom IPTVs online.
[16:24] <redrabbit> lol
[16:24] <GenteelBen> "Oh look a toilet bowl, oleophobic lens too."
[16:24] <IT_Sean> 1) lock nbeighbor out of own network. 2) wait for neighbor to throw away presumed broken router 3) ??? 4) FREE ROUTER!
[16:24] <GenteelBen> lol
[16:24] <redrabbit> neat idea
[16:24] <IT_Sean> 5) see it's a netgear 6) throw it back in the trash. 7) :(
[16:24] <redrabbit> lots of stalking involved though
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[16:24] <redrabbit> i got a tplink for 17e new
[16:24] <redrabbit> ^^
[16:24] <redrabbit> range is pretty good
[16:24] <IT_Sean> 17e?
[16:25] <GenteelBen> What if it's a TP-Link or D-Link, or DP-Link?
[16:25] <redrabbit> yeah, euros
[16:25] <IT_Sean> what's that in earth currency?
[16:25] <IT_Sean> Oooh. euros.
[16:25] <GenteelBen> What the hell redrabbit
[16:25] <GenteelBen> Use that goddamn € button.
[16:25] <IT_Sean> Not too bad.
[16:25] <GenteelBen> Every European/British keyboard has it.
[16:25] <redrabbit> i have to endure a crappy netgear for my cable access
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[16:25] <redrabbit> its a pos
[16:25] <redrabbit> :(
[16:25] <GenteelBen> Why?
[16:25] <redrabbit> that's the isp modem
[16:25] <GenteelBen> It's cable...just use your own router with their modem (or put their router in modem mode).
[16:26] <GenteelBen> DUDE
[16:26] <GenteelBen> PLUG IT IN
[16:26] <GenteelBen> TO YOUR OWN ROUTER
[16:26] <GenteelBen> DUDE
[16:26] <redrabbit> lol
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[16:26] <IT_Sean> GenteelBen: easy on the flood there, aye?
[16:26] <KevinCarbonara> Lmao, guess Britain's gonna have to replace their keyboards soon
[16:26] <redrabbit> yeah that's the plan.. atm i use my server for DHCP
[16:26] <redrabbit> though the modem still is the router
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[16:26] <redrabbit> KevinCarbonara: oh yeah
[16:27] <redrabbit> that's hilarious, tell me more
[16:28] <KevinCarbonara> redrabbit: the elderly in Britain are destroying their children's future
[16:28] * redrabbit is waiting for that damn rain to stop falling to install that rotor on my dish
[16:28] <Armand> IT_Sean: I host all my websites at work. :)
[16:28] <redrabbit> KevinCarbonara: yeah, but what's up with the keyboards
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[16:29] <redrabbit> GenteelBen: what do you use for your router, just curious
[16:29] <IT_Sean> Armand: That reminds me. I still need to move my personal email hosting. It's still hosyted with $job.old.
[16:29] <Armand> Yikes
[16:29] <redrabbit> i planned to get something that runs openwrt or something like that
[16:29] <GenteelBen> We have the € symbol on our keyboards, on the 4-key. We must use ALT-GR + 4 to use it.
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[16:29] <IT_Sean> hey... it's free! :p
[16:30] <Armand> lol
[16:30] <Armand> Thankfully, I've only got two sites that matter..
[16:30] <GenteelBen> redrabbit: I use mine as a modem, router, switch and wireless access point.
[16:30] <Armand> Besides that, I have a game server.
[16:30] <GenteelBen> Because
[16:30] <redrabbit> GenteelBen: which model
[16:30] <GenteelBen> It's an ISP-supplied hub.
[16:30] <redrabbit> ah
[16:30] * hmoney gasps
[16:30] <GenteelBen> 802.11ac, 4x GBE. The standard.
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[16:30] <GenteelBen> GbE*
[16:31] <GenteelBen> Some guy was asking about when 2.5GbE and 5GbE were gonna hit the mainstream
[16:31] <redrabbit> atm the netgear i got has double band wifi N that is mediocre and 4x GbE
[16:31] <GenteelBen> lol it's going to be like another 5 years before 2.5GbE is common in home routers.
[16:31] <GenteelBen> redrabbit, wireless rates are always misleading.
[16:31] <redrabbit> its free, so i'm not pissed off enough about it to invest
[16:32] <GenteelBen> They always assume your device supports MIMO or whatever other standard they're using to boost throughput.
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[16:32] <redrabbit> i just got another cheap-o wifi router and use it as a second AP. range fixed
[16:32] <Armand> IT_Sean: I've got one "gallery" site.. can't recall the CMS. I want to replace it, but I don't do dev. It would need to be a packaged CMS or somesuch.
[16:32] <redrabbit> its wired
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[16:32] <Armand> Other site is Wordpress, so that's easy to move.
[16:32] <GenteelBen> The reality is range is much more important than throughout for most people. I'd rather have a constant 10Mbit/s around the house than 200Mbit/s in my room and 1Mbit/s elsewhere.
[16:33] <redrabbit> true
[16:33] <GenteelBen> Armand, sounds like you need to talk to a SharePoint 2016 specialist.
[16:33] * GenteelBen hands Armand his card
[16:33] <Armand> Wassat ?
[16:33] <GenteelBen> The card says, "fuck you".
[16:33] <IT_Sean> Armand: Have you looked at RapidWeaver? I build my personal site in it.
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[16:34] <Armand> IT_Sean: Mac only ?
[16:34] <IT_Sean> oh. Is it?
[16:34] <IT_Sean> Bother.
[16:35] <Armand> lol
[16:35] <Armand> chocolate teapot. :P
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[16:39] <cxeq> hey guys, can anyone please help me figure out the strange behaviour of rpi 2b+, if I connect to it and go inactive after a while, it starts playing up and has to be restarted. although it seems sometimes just to freeze altogether, this time for example it took 3 minutes to respond when i clicked in vnc, then showed at 100% usaage, and eventually dced vnc
[16:39] <cxeq> and now its being super laggy in putty
[16:39] <cxeq> and it refuses new vnc connection
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[16:42] * hmoney draws card from deck
[16:42] * hmoney ducks from it_sean :)
[16:43] <GenteelBen> hmoney, are you a rich version of honey?
[16:44] <GenteelBen> H Money also sounds like the name of an Indian rapper named Harveet.
[16:44] <Chillum> bling
[16:45] <cxeq> it continues to respond to pings but eventually dced putty and winscp too, and refuses new connection
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[17:03] <mfa298> cxeq: learn about using things like dmesg, htop, ps -ef
[17:03] <mfa298> they'll likely help you find out what's going on and what's using all the CPU/RAM (if that's the issue)
[17:04] <cxeq> ok! awesome, thanks ill have a look
[17:04] <cxeq> ill come back if I cant figure it out with that direction
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[17:04] <mfa298> htop is probably the easiest first step
[17:06] <Armand> <3 htop
[17:06] <Quatroking> htop is life
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[17:37] <dreamon> Hello, is it possible to test watchdog? max-load-1=24 → is it possible to simulate?
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[17:43] <nacelle> use a fork bomb
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[17:44] <nacelle> https://askubuntu.com/questions/159491/why-did-the-command-make-my-system-lag-so-badly-i-had-to-reboot , etc.
[17:45] <nacelle> <-- didnt realize pi's had a watchdog! this is exciting.
[17:46] <RoyK> dreamon: on the command line, type :(){ :|: & };: and then enter - that's a bash forkbomb - your system won't like it
[17:46] <dreamon> LOL.. OK.. Thanks
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[17:47] <TotemFallico> RoyK, it's a nuke.
[17:47] <dreamon> nacelle, https://www.domoticz.com/wiki/Setting_up_the_raspberry_pi_watchdog
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[17:49] <dreamon> manual → max-load-1=24 Limit on the 1-minute load-average before a reboot is triggered. Set to zero to ignore this test.
[17:49] <dreamon> what does 1minute load-average mean?#
[17:50] <RoyK> TotemFallico: no, it's just a fork bomb - it doesn't harm any dta or anyhing
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[17:51] <TotemFallico> RoyK, i know i know
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[17:51] <RoyK> TotemFallico: I wouldn't paste anything harmful here - but then - he asked for something to help top his load a bit ;)
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[17:52] <dreamon> setting it to 24, what does it mean
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[17:53] <TotemFallico> RoyK, never meant "nuke" as "harmful", but as "difficult to handle and with a lot of power"
[17:53] <RoyK> dreamon: what sort of watchdag is this?
[17:53] <RoyK> TotemFallico: as a parallel to a real nuke? ;)
[17:54] <TotemFallico> RoyK, exactly
[17:54] <RoyK> which "isn't really harmful"?
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[17:55] <gordonDrogon> load average is not always a means of seeing if the system is busy or not.
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[17:55] <TotemFallico> it was a weird parallelism but just partial
[17:55] <gordonDrogon> its especially not useful in systems using NFS when the NFS server goes away...
[17:55] <TotemFallico> NFS?
[17:55] <RoyK> gordonDrogon: well, if it's 24 on a pi, something is quite often rather on the bad side
[17:55] <gordonDrogon> Network File System - it's a ~30 year old technology still in common use today.
[17:55] <RoyK> but in the case of nfs, yes
[17:56] <TotemFallico> i know, i was surprised it was used still
[17:56] <RoyK> processes in D state beefing up the load significantly
[17:56] <RoyK> NFS4 isn't that bad
[17:56] <gordonDrogon> "Load" is the number of processes running or runnable, waiting on some resource ... it's the latter that can show confusing results.
[17:56] <RoyK> they rewrote a lot of stuff there
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[17:57] <TotemFallico> i mean, i can't talk 'cause in university they still use WIndows Server 2003 with servers in FAT32 but
[17:57] <hmoney> lol
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[17:57] <gordonDrogon> TotemFallico, what's sad is that 20 years ago there almost certianly were using NFS and NIS ...
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[17:57] <RoyK> TotemFallico: You can't run windows server on fat32 :P
[17:57] <gordonDrogon> technologies that still work today.
[17:57] <RoyK> well, people are still using ext4 ;)
[17:58] <gordonDrogon> hey - I resemble that remark :)
[17:58] <TotemFallico> trust me, i've seen one of their data hdd and they were on fat
[17:59] <TotemFallico> idk how or why tbh
[17:59] <gordonDrogon> I got bit hard many years ago when trying to use XFS - not bothered to change from extX since then.
[17:59] <TotemFallico> i'm using BTRFS here on my laptop
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[17:59] <gordonDrogon> I sometimes think of changing, but then - ext just works and I'm not bothered about a few % performance.
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[18:00] <RoyK> gordonDrogon: rhel/centos7 uses xfs bydefaut now - the only issue I have with xfs, is that it can't be shrunk, but again, that's rarely a problem
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[18:01] <TotemFallico> I'm pretty fine with btrfs, even with encryption i see no difference between when i used ext4 and now
[18:01] <gordonDrogon> I'm sure its fine these days, but in the early days it really wasn't and the mailing list really didn't help me when I got stuck. reformat ext2, restore from backup and my company was happy that the only lost a day's downtime, or so.
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[18:01] <Lartza> I waited until it was deemed relatively stable
[18:02] <RoyK> gordonDrogon: it used to suck on large numbers of small files, but I beleive that's also fixed now
[18:02] <Lartza> Since then I've pretty much used btrfs and f2fs everywhere except servers
[18:02] <gordonDrogon> ext4 everywhere for me.
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[18:02] <RoyK> even on large filesystems?
[18:02] <gordonDrogon> and i'm running down my servers/hosting/isp stuff, so it's only going to be personal/soho stuff soon.
[18:03] <shauno> I've pretty much stuck with ext4 too. I've nothing larger than 8tb though
[18:03] <gordonDrogon> large is relative. large for me is only 5TB these days.
[18:03] <RoyK> shauno: try an fsck on ext4 ;)
[18:03] <RoyK> that big
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[18:03] <RoyK> it may take hours - many hours
[18:04] <shauno> all these fs going different directions (eg, xfs vs butterfs) does absolutely nothing for confidence
[18:04] <RoyK> I had to fsck an fs, 11TB or so, on a VM with ext4 (used to be ext3, but upgraded) - took about 8 hours
[18:05] <RoyK> not really - xfs is still a 'traditional' filesystem, it just handles large filesystems far better - that was the reason redhat moved to it
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[18:14] <dreamon> watchdog works fine!! thanks
[18:16] <dreamon> gordonDrogon, what does it mean ? max-load-1=24 → /etc/watchdog.conf
[18:17] <password2> good evening
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[18:17] <gordonDrogon> dreamon, no idea.
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[18:18] <dreamon> ;)
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[18:18] <gordonDrogon> dreamon, I don't use kernel watchdog.
[18:18] <shauno> I imagine it does what it says on the can?
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[18:19] <password2> gordonDrogon, thanx again with the gpio cmd help
[18:19] <password2> my leds are working awesomely
[18:20] <password2> i was able to turn them on with my phone before i even entered my room
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[18:20] <gordonDrogon> I prefer just flicking a switch...
[18:21] <mfa298> heh, all the talk of nfs and ext being old, best not look at the origins of xfs (early 90's)
[18:21] <password2> gordonDrogon, well , next step will automate it
[18:21] <password2> plus i needed pwm control :D
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[18:22] <mfa298> I'm with gordonDrogon, switch on the wall works fine for turning the room lights on and off :)
[18:22] <password2> mfa298, eh
[18:23] <gordonDrogon> some things are fun though - I have a Pi connected to an oven for example ...
[18:23] <password2> switch on a wall is not very useful for me
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[18:23] <password2> plus this is my desk light
[18:23] <shauno> automating stuff is fun. but it gets really complex when you have to try to make things wife-proof
[18:23] <password2> eh shauno
[18:23] <password2> i want very little actually
[18:24] <password2> it will have predefine times to switch on
[18:24] <password2> ie 5am in the morning on week days
[18:24] <password2> BUT
[18:24] <shauno> eg, lightswitch must work without fail, every time, every single time. if it doesn't, I'm not allowed to wire in more toys
[18:24] <password2> I'm going to ping my hotspot to check if I'm here , since my hotspot always travel with me
[18:25] <mfa298> sometimes automating stuff is fun when you don't value your time. I've seen people spend weeks trying to automate some data import (for a one shot import) when the data could be entered manually in a couple of days.
[18:25] <password2> awe shauno
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[18:25] <password2> mfa298, that is a very bleak outline on time
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[18:26] <password2> this led light will also help me wake up though
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[18:27] <password2> btw , i believe the manual interface is complete :D
[18:27] <password2> just the cron jubs to do
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[18:28] <mfa298> 2nd lessong in code, it's never complete :)
[18:28] <password2> mfa298, I've probably written more code than you have
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[18:28] <password2> or maybe not
[18:29] <mfa298> there's the "it's mostly doing what I want" step that's usually followed by "ah, but I could add this feature"
[18:29] <shauno> sigh. hang on, I'll grab my tapemeasure ..
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[18:30] <password2> this thing is about complete http://password.unknown.name/clk/?color=random#
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[18:30] <password2> just dont stare at the todo list :D
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[18:31] <password2> too bad i cant expose my led controlls to you guys
[18:32] <IT_Sean> Because that would go so well. /sarcasm
[18:33] <password2> wow , yeah , someone rmoting my leds would drive me nuts
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[18:33] <password2> I've controlled full rgb strips of people while streaming video , was pretty neat
[18:34] <password2> oh yeah , thats what i wanted to do
[18:35] <password2> need to set pwm speed , cos I'm too lazy to design proper circuits :D
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[19:04] <password2> mfa298, https://qz.com/970924/the-psychological-importance-of-wasting-time/?utm_source=pocket&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=pockethits
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[19:08] <gordonDrogon> Mmmm.. Cookies... https://unicorn.drogon.net/IMG_20170503_073158.jpg
[19:09] <methuzla> mmmmm. baked with PID?
[19:10] <gordonDrogon> yes.
[19:11] <methuzla> appears you've got it well tuned then :)
[19:12] <gordonDrogon> in all fairness, +/- 10C wouldn't make much difference.
[19:12] <gordonDrogon> most capillary thermostats are about that.
[19:13] <gordonDrogon> spelt, oat and sultana if anyone's interested. spelt was home ground (as was the cinnamon in them too)
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[19:14] <methuzla> did you mill the spelt?
[19:15] <gordonDrogon> yes.
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[19:15] <gordonDrogon> I have a little home mill thing. seems OK for the cinnamon too.
[19:16] <gordonDrogon> it's not quite up to the quantities I need for bread, but OK for a little bit of fun.
[19:16] <gordonDrogon> http://hawos.de/index.php/en/produkte-eng/haushaltsmuehlen-eng/oktagon-1-eng
[19:18] <methuzla> nice.
[19:21] <brainzap> I have the same lol
[19:21] <gordonDrogon> neat.
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[20:04] <GrandPa-G> I am trying to boot directly from usb memory stick. I have Pi 3. I used the instructions https://www.raspberrypi.org/documentation/hardware/raspberrypi/bootmodes/msd.md
[20:04] <GrandPa-G> I take out the sd card and boot and nothing happens. What next?
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[20:11] <gordonDrogon> I've never tried it - I guess putthe USB drive into another Linux PC and double-check the partitions and data ...
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[20:13] <CoJaBo> It can also be the memory stick; cloning it to another one to test wouldn't hurt
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[20:24] <GrandPa-G> I got a step further. I am trying a new download of pi jesse. I tried to use a previous image I had and it might be too old. The reference to bootcode.bin in this got me to rainbow screen. https://github.com/raspberrypi/documentation/tree/master/hardware/raspberrypi/bootmodes
[20:25] <Armand> gordonDrogon: Do you know Arduino things ?
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[20:29] <brianx> Armand: there are lots of arduino people in here. if your question is about arduino and raspberry, just ask. if not, try #arduino.
[20:29] <gordonDrogon> Armand, I do lots of work on ATmegas and use Arduinos for prototyping.
[20:29] <Armand> ATmega328P vs ATmega32U4
[20:29] <gordonDrogon> both.
[20:30] <Armand> Are they totally cross-compatible ??
[20:30] <gordonDrogon> and bigger/smaller.
[20:30] <Armand> So, I can use the same code on both ?
[20:30] <gordonDrogon> in Arudino world, yes.
[20:30] <Armand> Right.. that's all I need to know ^_^
[20:30] <gordonDrogon> e.g. the 23u4 is 'Leonardo' .
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[20:30] <gordonDrogon> it has on-board USB.
[20:30] <Armand> Looking at Julian Ilett's MPPT solar controller
[20:31] <gordonDrogon> and the pin/register defs are different, but as long as you use arduino pins then it'll work.
[20:31] <gordonDrogon> ah yes - I've looked at that in-detail myself.
[20:31] <Armand> Yeah.. his code example defines pins
[20:31] <gordonDrogon> basic my own mppt controller on some of his ideas.
[20:31] <Armand> :)
[20:31] <Bilz> hi all. i bought a really cheap usb webcam the other day and im trying to stream with my raspberry pi using mjpeg streamer. the resolution is quite low ( i think the best it can do is 640 x 480). Now, the stream is working fine but the image is small. that is, i know the resolution is low, but i should be able to get a wider "view angle", right?
[20:31] <gordonDrogon> although I have potentially up to 30 amps to deal with..
[20:32] <Armand> I'm going to build it a la carte
[20:32] <Armand> But I suppose it's easy enough to mod
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[20:32] <gordonDrogon> I have 3 panels in parallel.
[20:32] <Armand> Noice
[20:32] <Armand> I only have 1x 20W at the moment
[20:32] <gordonDrogon> well - it might be, but none are particularly optimally places.
[20:32] <gordonDrogon> mine are 180W panels.
[20:32] <CoJaBo> Bilz: Yeh, some of those cheap lenses are really narrow view..
[20:33] <Armand> gordonDrogon: I don't have the space or money. :/
[20:33] <gordonDrogon> I bought the biggest I thought I could fit on my summerhouse roof.
[20:33] <CoJaBo> I would've been dissappinted with mine had it not been only $7 with free shipping.
[20:33] <Bilz> CoJaBo, shit... so there is no settings to alter that
[20:34] <Bilz> like its really really really bad
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[20:34] <CoJaBo> Bilz: Probably not; you'd pretty much have to replace the lens, which would cost more than the cam to find lol
[20:34] <Armand> I have a big, flat roof space.. on top of the apartment. :)
[20:34] <CoJaBo> Bilz: Tho did you try a higher res to see what happens?
[20:34] <gordonDrogon> Armand, I got 3 from here: http://www.bimblesolar.com/
[20:35] <Bilz> CoJaBo, I did. it's the highest resolution possible
[20:35] <Bilz> i managed to find a command which gives a list of the reoslutions available on the webcam and they were all lower
[20:35] <gordonDrogon> http://www.bimblesolar.com/shanghai175w <- those.
[20:35] <Bilz> i thought maybe there is a zoom on it or something. the camera only cost about 3 pounds
[20:35] <Armand> 4.9kW !!! O_O
[20:36] <Bilz> it's a dam shame to ditch it CoJaBo, since it's so cheaap!
[20:36] <CoJaBo> Bilz: They do make wide-angle lens adapters for cameraphones tho, that you can get for nothing if you can find them. Quality is about what you'd expect tho lol
[20:36] <SpeedEvil> blipz: there are fish-eye ...
[20:36] <SpeedEvil> ^
[20:36] <SpeedEvil> But maybe adequate for 640*480
[20:36] <gordonDrogon> no - only 0.5Kw max...
[20:36] <Armand> No, no.. they have a 4.9 on the site. lol
[20:36] <SpeedEvil> https://www.aliexpress.com/item/1280-720P-1-0MP-Bullet-IP-Camera-IR-Outdoor-Security-ONVIF-2-0-Waterproof-Night-Vision/32225491510.html - there are also things like this
[20:37] <Armand> *kit, sorry
[20:37] <SpeedEvil> _DO_NOT_ expose this to the internet, it is vulnerable to botnets
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[20:37] <gordonDrogon> yea, like 99% of these cheap "web enabled" cameras )-:
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[20:37] <SpeedEvil> But it's waterproof, and otherwise OK.
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[20:38] <SpeedEvil> And can see well at night out to 10m or so
[20:38] <SpeedEvil> White cats look _freaky_ at night
[20:38] <Bilz> SpeedEvil, that's cheap! don't expose to the internet you say. how do you mean? how does it work by daylight?
[20:38] <gordonDrogon> if you can make sure it does't get a default route, it's a good start, if you can't put in firewall rules.
[20:38] <SpeedEvil> yeah
[20:38] <SpeedEvil> Or even segment your network
[20:39] <Armand> gordonDrogon: http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Pro-Micro-ATmega32U4-5V-16MHz-Replace-ATmega328-Arduino-HOT-MC-Hot/272584036975
[20:39] <gordonDrogon> a lot of the IoT/Camera stuff punched big holes in your firewall, or use a 3-rd party broker site to allow remotes to connect in. great for your smartphone - and everyone elses, etc. ...
[20:39] <Armand> & http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/New-Prototype-Shield-I-O-Expansion-Extension-Board-Module-for-Arduino-Nano-V3-0/291931981567
[20:39] <gordonDrogon> Armand, that's cheap.
[20:39] <Armand> Ohhhhh yeah ^_^
[20:39] <Apocx> yeah there's no reason to have all your home security cameras publically accessible to the internet
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[20:40] <Armand> I ordered the current sensors already.
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[20:41] <Bilz> so ermmm, my current webcam is set up on some port through mjpeg streamer, and i don't open that port on my router but I have made a webpage on my raspberry pi that streams that port and i only open port 80 on my router. does that seem the right way to go abotu this?
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[20:43] <gordonDrogon> bakery time. back later.
[20:43] <Armand> .o/
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[20:52] <Apocx> I think I'm going to give PiHole a try
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[20:56] <SpeedEvil> blipz: that's at least making an attempt at security
[20:57] <Bilz> SpeedEvil, lol thanks
[20:57] <Bilz> so, i'm going to post some pictures of what this camera is doing since something dodgy is going on
[20:58] <Bilz> oh, no, nevermind
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[21:10] <Bilz> SpeedEvil, what else could I do for security?? I've password protected the page that has the camera stream on
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[21:20] <brianx> Bilz: use https.
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[21:23] <Apocx> also do the usual steps if this will be a public device. install fail2ban, change username/password, set to key authentication, change ssh port, etc
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[22:17] <GrandPa-G> FYI if you care: I asked about using USB to boot from. I got it to work with little effort but it seems very sluggish.
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[23:02] <a7x> is there any advantage buying a uhs card for rpi zero?
[23:02] <a7x> (is that even supported?)
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