#raspberrypi IRC Log

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IRC Log for 2018-01-02

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[2:10] <Maai> anyone know of way to stop rasbian loading up so quickly to display all lines
[2:10] <Maai> ?
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[2:27] <I_Died_Once> Maai - to view the start up stuff, try sudo dmesg
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[4:21] <retromode> hello. im attempting to install plexmediaserver to my pi3 running raspbian stretch. i followed this guide https://pimylifeup.com/raspberry-pi-plex-server/ but its configured for raspbian jessie. after looking around for a bit for a stretch specific guide i couldnt find one. will i have any issues using that stretch tailored guide or is there somewhere im not looking?
[4:22] <retromode> that jessie tailored guide *
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[4:41] <xacktm> retromode: seems plex has stretch packages already https://dev2day.de/pms/dists/stretch/
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[4:43] <xacktm> I can't say that you'll be smooth sailing, but replacing jessie with strech in the commands will probably get you far given plex has strech packages
[4:47] <retromode> xacktm: yeah i tried that (replacing jessie with stretch), didnt seem to help. but sweet ill try those packages
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[4:47] <retromode> unfortunately, i edited a setting within sambas config and now my pi wont boot...
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[4:48] <xacktm> oh, I don't think you'll get anything new, that's just the same plex repo that hosts both jessie (and now strech) packages
[4:48] <xacktm> odd that it didn't work
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[5:32] <Lartza> the packages are a hack job anyways but, they do probably work
[5:32] <Lartza> (since pms is closed source and no packages for rpi are provided)
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[11:41] <yuvadm> how do I debug what seems to be a bricked raspi zero W board?
[11:42] <yuvadm> i have an SD card that boots on one board, but doesn't on another
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[11:42] <yuvadm> I have hardware access to UART and can hook up to any relevant hardware pins
[11:42] <yuvadm> any ideas?
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[11:49] <BurtyB> 1) you can't brick a raspberry pi
[11:50] <BurtyB> what distro are you running and did you update it before trying to use it in the zero w?
[11:52] <yuvadm> BurtyB: running raspbian strech lite, again, this SD card boots in one board but not on another
[11:52] <yuvadm> and the "bricked" board did work a few days ago, not sure what happened
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[14:43] <semitones> Hey, i'm running an openvpn system, and wanting to track my pi's performance over time. If it is not maxing out, I might like to add some other services
[14:43] <semitones> do any of you monitor performance?
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[14:48] <SirLagz> semitones: I use Zabbix to monitor one of my Pis via SNMP
[14:49] <semitones> how do you like it?
[14:50] <SirLagz> I love zabbix, but it might be overkill for just monitoring a single PI
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[14:53] <BurtyB> what do you mean by performance?
[14:53] <semitones> yeah i'm looking for something super light weight
[14:54] <semitones> BurtyB, well right now, I want to know how much extra capacity the Pi would have to run other services besides openVPN without slowing down
[14:55] <SirLagz> semitones: if you're running OpenVPN and want any sort of performance out of the VPN, I'd be hesitant to put anything else on
[14:55] <semitones> like if I added a DNS service, how would it increase network io, processor load, ...
[14:55] <semitones> SirLagz, yeah maybe you're right
[14:55] <SirLagz> semitones: at most, I'd put DNS and DHCP on
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[14:56] <semitones> does it make sense to monitor those stats on the VPN itself, to get a sense of how under fire it gets
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[15:09] <mfa298> +1 for zabbix, I run zabbix agent on most of my Pi's, but it's probably overkill for a single pi. Munin might be something to look at for a single Pi and I think there's a few other things designed for monitoring a single device
[15:09] <semitones> SirLagz, if I am running a VPN, does that use a lot of disk read/writes?
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[15:09] <semitones> Should I be on a USB drive instead of a microSD
[15:10] * ShorTie Thinkz, depends on how good your power supply is
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[15:12] <SirLagz> semitones: shouldn't
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[15:13] <semitones> ok and how about if I have a monitoring thing -- if it's writing to a file ever 5 seconds or something could that wear down the SD card
[15:14] <SirLagz> that definitely would
[15:14] <SirLagz> it's the reason why I monitor from a different box
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[15:17] <ShorTie> flaky power will kill a sdcard quicker then writes, odds go up with more writes
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[15:18] <SirLagz> ShorTie: I've gone through a few SD card where writes killed it...but I suspect they were already faulty or bad quality
[15:18] <SirLagz> ShorTie: I killed 1 after 4 or 5 re-images
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[15:20] <ShorTie> i'm talking more norm, then the not good sdcard here or there
[15:20] <GenteelBen> Well, the flash found in SD cards is like, the mechanically separated chicken of the storage world.
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[15:20] <GenteelBen> That being said, 4-5 images shouldn't wreck it.
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[15:22] <mfa298> aiui the flash chips inside an SD card will be similar to those inside a USB stick (and an SSD drive) which might vary is the amount of redundancy thats also there and the quality of the controller.
[15:23] <mfa298> So a good SD might last better than a cheap USB, but an average USB might be better than an average SD.
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[15:26] <ShorTie> it only takes 1 micro-second blip of lower power at the wrong time to trash a sdcard, without a scope, everyone just blames the sdcard
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[15:29] <kerio> mfa298: "average" is a weird concept
[15:29] <kerio> the average sd or usb thumb drive is like 32mb pretending to be 16gb
[15:29] <kerio> so i don't think we should pay much attention to average sd cards
[15:30] <kerio> especially since the "good" sd cards are also somewhat shite
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[15:31] <mfa298> same can be true of the good USB sticks, most of that comes down to how they're used.
[15:32] <mfa298> (them being somewhat shite)
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[15:33] <ShadowJK> Anyone tried the performance of the new A1 Speed cards?
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[16:18] <crystalcat> Hi! For my first project, I want to do a simple camera that looks out a front window. I'm trying to decide between the regular and NoIR Pi cameras.
[16:18] <crystalcat> If I'm not using IR lights to help, should I just stick with the regular camera, or will there be some level of visibility improvement for NoIR at twilight and similar light levels?
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[16:19] <crystalcat> Also, at night, we have a porch light that gets triggered when people approach. Currently, it's a green bulb, so I don't think that'd be any extra benefit to IR.
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[16:19] <crystalcat> I was thinking of just getting NoIR since it's the same camera with extra view anyway (I don't care about "wrong" colors), but I read V2 has some...quirks, like blurred view about the edges and whatnot. So, I was hoping for extra input.
[16:20] <SirLagz> crystalcat: if the Pi is inside the house, the IR will be reflected off the window and blind the Pi Cam
[16:20] <SirLagz> crystalcat: if you're mounting the camera outside, then I'd get a camera with IR
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[16:22] <crystalcat> Does that still happen if you don't use IR lights yourself? I was reading about people putting the Pi in the window with IR lights outside. But all the same, the standard NoIR cam is just a filter, so no sending lights out for blinding--or at least, that's what I seemed to read.
[16:22] <crystalcat> Well, lack of filter, to be more precise
[16:25] <crystalcat> But I'm no camera expert, so......yeah.
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[16:26] <JK-47> Whats going on with a noir?
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[16:29] <crystalcat> For my first project, I'm just doing a simple window cam. I was wondering if the standard NoIR cam would be of any benefit without IR light to help it. I didn't think it'd be blinded so long as I'm not shining IR lights from the inside.
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[16:30] <crystalcat> We have a porch light that gets triggered by sensor, but that's a green light at the moment, so I don't think that'd be of extra help.
[16:31] <crystalcat> Currently going to be an indoor camera looking out. Might do something more advanced in the future, but for now, keeping it simple.
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[16:31] <JK-47> It is a little benefit. Moon light will help, make it super grainy but youll see something. You should make a darkbox, or tape around it to the window if you go that route
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[16:31] <JK-47> otherwise youll get major glare.
[16:32] <dElAvA> HAPPY NEW YEAR mofos
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[16:35] <crystalcat> Hmm, maybe darkbox would be the better route. Was trying to think of something to shove the thing in to make it more inconspicuous.
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[16:39] * BurtyB uses ZeroView - think the window cleaner is prob the only one who notices them heh
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[16:39] <semitones> What's the easiest way to make a backup of my pi, so if the SD card corrupts, I can restore it instantly
[16:40] <JK-47> dd to another device as an .img file.
[16:40] <BurtyB> semitones, some options on https://www.raspberrypi.org/documentation/linux/filesystem/backup.md
[16:40] <JK-47> id recommend doing it powered off
[16:40] <semitones> I'm thinking dd, except it might be writing more than it needs to. Maybe if there's a way to dd once, and then update the image file?
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[16:40] <semitones> Reading :)
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[16:41] <AndChat|652500> I'm imagining powering down, putting the SD card in another machine and naming the backup
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[16:47] <semitones> Here's a question. Can I use dd the first time, and then every subsequent time, mount the image and use rsync to keep it updated? When I umount, will the changes be saved in the .img?
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[16:48] <BurtyB> semitones, yes
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[17:57] <titou> hey
[17:58] <titou> I would like to get my raspberry camera video stream in OBS but in real time
[17:58] <titou> unfortunately ffmpeg and so add delays
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[17:58] <CoJaBo> titou: Look for the realtime/lowlatency options
[17:59] <titou> where? i found nothing :(
[17:59] <CoJaBo> It's in the ffmpeg docs, somewhere
[18:00] <CoJaBo> If those aren't good enough, try M-JPEG; the compression is MUCH worse, but there's no intraframe latency
[18:00] <titou> i'm trying to find a solution since weeks without any success :(
[18:00] <titou> but it's crazy to reencode the video stream no?
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[18:03] <kerio> especially on a raspi
[18:03] <kerio> i don't know how much you can do with just the videocore, in terms of latency
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[18:03] <kerio> this is on a local network, right?
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[18:03] <titou> in fact I have increadible results with raspivid... -o - |nc
[18:03] <kerio> oh, nice
[18:04] <titou> and nc |mplayer -fps 200 -cache 512
[18:04] <titou> but the good result is due to the "fps" option I guess..
[18:04] <titou> I can't reproduce this result with OBS :(
[18:04] <kerio> (also you're still reencoding everything anyway, you can't losslessly embed h264 into something else)
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[18:04] <kerio> how are you putting the video in OBS?
[18:05] <titou> I can't use nc with OBS thus I tried many other solutions like ffmpeg/ffserver, ffmpeg/RTMP server and also through a mkfifo with nc
[18:06] <kerio> are you on linux?
[18:06] <titou> yup
[18:06] <kerio> v4l2loopback
[18:06] <kerio> (on your computer)
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[18:06] <titou> but as I said, I got very good results with mplayer due to the "fps" option which alter the real FPS (as I understood)
[18:06] <kerio> nah
[18:06] <titou> otherwise I have that fu****g 5s delay :(
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[18:08] <kerio> ffmpeg -i tcp://0.0.0.0:9001?listen -c:v rawvideo -f v4l2 /dev/videoX
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[18:09] <kerio> and do raspivid -o - | nc
[18:09] <titou> hm I'll try
[18:09] <titou> (for information, if I replace -fps 200 to -fps <the real value, 25 or 30> I got 3s delay :)
[18:10] <kerio> that has more to do with the caching
[18:10] <titou> maybe
[18:10] <kerio> and the fact that if you're going even slightly slower it'll keep increasing the delay
[18:10] <ChunkzZ> ShadowJK, what new cards?
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[18:18] <titou> hmm thank you very much kerio !I got the stream under OBS with a delay around 400ms
[18:19] <kerio> yay :3
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[18:19] <titou> it's not as perfect as the result I got with mplayer -fps 200 unfortunately
[18:19] <titou> but it's pretty good
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[18:20] <kerio> try doing ffmpeg -vsync passthrough tcp://0.0.0.0:9001?listen -c:v rawvideo -f v4l2 /dev/videoX
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[18:24] <titou> it's nearly the same
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[18:27] <titou> i guess that ffmpeg might induce it
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[18:56] <crystalcat> JK-47: I realized I should double-check what you particularly meant by "darkbox" in case I'm assuming something different. (Not a camera expert here.)
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[18:58] <JK-47> if you just put it in front of a window, itll have major glare, even bouncing back moonlight or inside LEDs. so you should press the lens as close as possible to the glass, and put a dark tape (painters tape or gaffers) around it to block out all light from the sides.
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[19:00] <crystalcat> Alright, cool. I would hate to make something in the totally wrong direction because I just assumed. Assuming gets you into trouble, haha. Thanks!
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[19:27] <zleap> is it possible to submit suggestions for the raspberry pi blog
[19:27] <zleap> ?
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[19:36] <uriah> email them?
[19:36] <zleap> ok
[19:36] <uriah> what’s your submission?
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[19:40] <titou> kerio: I got really interesting results with these options to ffmpeg: "-fflags nobuffer -flags low_delay"
[19:40] <titou> now do you have a solution to get similar results on a mac? ;)
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[21:06] <Nauti> So I have a LM2576-based buck converter converting 12 V to 5 V and it powers the Raspberry pi fine. When I'm connecting up an amplifier to the same 12 V power source that goes to the buck converter, and the sound goes into the RPi, then the buck converter becomes hot and starts outputing voltages between 0,5 V and 5 V. I guess there's a current somewhere where it shouldn't be. Is there some easy way to
[21:06] <Nauti> work around this?
[21:07] <mgottschlag> sounds like a ground loop or something
[21:08] <mgottschlag> the easiest way to work around it is to isolate the two power supplies :)
[21:08] <mgottschlag> apart from that, it depends on the circuit of the amplifier
[21:08] <mgottschlag> it might generate a middle rail between 0V and 12V and uses that as ground, whereas the RPi expects ground to be 0V of the power supply
[21:08] <ShadowJK> ChunkzZ, there's a new speed rating for SD cards, the A rating. A stands for "Application", it's meant to better reflect the kind of performance you get running applications from the card (instead of the regular speed ratings that indicates performance in camera type use)
[21:09] <mgottschlag> although, the pi's audio output shouldn't directly output any "ground"
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[21:09] <Nauti> How would I isolate the power supplies? I mean there's just one power supply, but one converter down to 5 .
[21:09] <mgottschlag> you probably also could isolate the audio path with a big enough capacitor
[21:09] <Nauti> I only know how to isolate when it's AC :S
[21:09] <mgottschlag> yeah, you'd need two power supplies
[21:10] <Nauti> Amplifier is a simple op-amp DIY amplifier so no protection in that one
[21:10] <Nauti> Then I'd need two batteries and that'd be awfully inconvenient
[21:10] <mgottschlag> can you show the schematics for the amplifier?
[21:11] <Nauti> I do have a USB soundcard that I might be able to use the amplifier after instead of using the 3,5 mm or would it result in the same problems?
[21:11] <mgottschlag> (and connection to the pi)
[21:11] <Nauti> Yeah I'll see if I can find it
[21:11] <mgottschlag> probably the same problems
[21:11] <mgottschlag> maybe not
[21:11] <mgottschlag> https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ground_loop_%28electricity%29#Solutions
[21:12] <mgottschlag> *if* it's a ground loop, then that might be the solution
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[21:15] <mgottschlag> Nauti: also, http://www.ti.com/lit/an/sloa043/sloa043.pdf might have some usable information
[21:17] <Nauti> Pretty much one of these: http://www.electroschematics.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/09/lm386-audio-amplifier-schematic.gif
[21:18] <mgottschlag> okay, there, the input is already capacitively coupled
[21:18] <mgottschlag> so any ground offset should not make a difference
[21:18] <Nauti> Well it's 12 V directly to the amplifier and directly to the buck converter. Then the buck converter to the RPi and the amplifier sound input to the RPi
[21:20] <mgottschlag> so only the ground is directly connected to the pi's ground, and the input to the pi's audio output?
[21:20] <mgottschlag> and C2 is in place?
[21:21] <mgottschlag> hm, although, even if C2 didn't exist, it still should not make a difference
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[21:23] <pwillard> It will Clip/Pop badly without C2... I think
[21:24] <mgottschlag> yeah, but it should not consume excessive power
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[21:24] <Nauti> Well the problem is with the buck converter going crazy and switching between 0,5 V and 5 V. I don't know if the audio amplifier in itself is the problem. I don't know
[21:25] <mgottschlag> you should measure the current output of the buck converter, and the current flowing into the amp9
[21:25] <mgottschlag> -9
[21:25] <mgottschlag> to isolate the fault
[21:26] <pwillard> Thats all C2 really accomplishes... There are much more modern Amps... http://cpc.farnell.com/velleman-kit/vma408/digital-amplifier-module-for-arduino/dp/SC14427
[21:28] <mgottschlag> the lm2576 has an output current limiter, which could in theory cause such voltage fluctuations if the output current is exceeded
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[21:29] <Nauti> I did measure the output voltage under loads around 3 A
[21:29] <Nauti> Didn't change at all
[21:30] <Nauti> And my lab power supply showed between 0,4-0,8A draw the whole time
[21:30] <mgottschlag> 5V/3A is the absolute limit of the lm2576 - if you pull 3A from that LM2576, you are already operating it at its limits
[21:31] <Nauti> I'll have to process the information you've given me and see if I can understand what you're saying and what's going on
[21:31] <mgottschlag> I wouldn't be surprised if it started acting up when any additional current flows
[21:31] <Nauti> Yeah but I mean I tried it to check the output voltage if it varied
[21:31] <Nauti> Which it didn't so it shouldn't at this small load
[21:31] <mgottschlag> you probably should focus on the power consumption - where in your circuit is current flowing, and how much?
[21:32] <Nauti> Can
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[21:32] <mgottschlag> e.g., check if your audio connection draws significant current
[21:32] <Nauti> Can't even reach my RPi any more :/
[21:32] <Nauti> Green light and all though
[21:32] <Nauti> Yeah I will check that!
[21:33] <Nauti> But that's before the buck converter and shouldn't be affecting it?
[21:33] <Nauti> Unless it takes another path and messes everything up
[21:33] <Nauti> Guess I might've broken it then
[21:33] <pwillard> Switching powersupplies can sometimes need a minimal load before they are stable
[21:33] <Nauti> The RPi is a minimal load?
[21:34] <pwillard> should be
[21:34] <mgottschlag> Nauti: no, I mean the connection between the pi and the amp
[21:34] <pwillard> But I've not exterienced overloading tem much
[21:34] <Nauti> Ah yes
[21:35] <Nauti> I just thought there shouldn't be any large currents there and only a small one out from the pi :(
[21:35] <Nauti> https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ground_loop_%28electricity%29#Solutions
[21:35] <mgottschlag> if significant amounts of current are flowing there (they shouldn't, because the pi's output is capacitively isolated), that could be another hint
[21:35] <mgottschlag> exactly
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[21:37] <Nauti> That paste was by mistake
[21:37] <Nauti> I can't get the pi to boot any more
[21:37] <mgottschlag> btw, https://1.bp.blogspot.com/-hK6Km2InaTs/VxJdNzuLoGI/AAAAAAAAB2Q/PxDkiYt4kwYnk8C_4xnFo7dXJZU4N8v0ACLcB/s1600/RPi%2Baudio%2Bjack.png is the audio output of the pi
[21:38] <Nauti> This is like when I wanted to make my lab power supply and I build a nice case and put it all together and everything broke apart when it was supposed to be finished x)
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[21:38] <Nauti> Yeah that looks safe enough
[21:38] <mgottschlag> if it doesn't boot anymore, then you might have connected the audio output to some thing much larger than 3.3V? in that case, the protection diodes (BAV99 in that picture) could cause overvoltage
[21:39] <mgottschlag> requires a bit of clumsiness though :)
[21:39] <Nauti> Yeah the amp is run by 12 V so I guess
[21:39] <Nauti> Yeah but I fuck most things up
[21:39] <Nauti> I can't grasp most of these things but I try them anyway
[21:39] <mgottschlag> because the opamp's input has high resistance
[21:40] <Nauti> But I've ran the opamp with the RPi for weeks
[21:40] <Nauti> Just not from the same power source
[21:40] <Nauti> So I don't think I messed up making the amplifier, in that case it was some design flaw I'm not talented enough to spot
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[21:41] <mgottschlag> yeah, do you have the exact schematics for the amp?
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[21:42] <Nauti> Trying to find it but I don't know which I followed
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[21:46] <Nauti> No I can't remember which one I used
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[21:48] <mgottschlag> ... but you *do* use the lm386, right? :D
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[21:53] <Nauti> Yes I am
[21:54] <Nauti> But I followed one out of three circuits that I find
[21:54] <Nauti> I think it's the one I linked
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[21:59] <Nauti> Now the raspberry pi booted again. Thank god
[21:59] <Nauti> But now I don't dare to put it in the same setup again
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[22:05] <mgottschlag> if you can, make high resolution photos of your setup with good light, and post them here
[22:05] <mgottschlag> especially of your amp circuit, front and back
[22:06] <mgottschlag> hm. how do you power your setup?
[22:06] <mgottschlag> how constant is the input voltage?
[22:06] <Nauti> You'll get a good laugh x) The input voltage is from my lab power supply right now so I trust it. Also I measured both in and out of my buck converter with a multimeter and they were stable at the beginning. Then the buck converter output started to fluctuate. But I'm designing it to run off a car battery in my van in the end
[22:07] <Nauti> I'll take som photos
[22:07] <mgottschlag> e.g. a lead-acid battery should provide very stable voltage, whereas a different battery type could cause the voltage to dip under load, which would in turn increase the switching current of the lm2576 and might force it into overcurrent mode
[22:07] <Nauti> I remember last time I did that and pwillard was provoced by my design x)
[22:07] <mgottschlag> hm, ok
[22:08] <Nauti> I mean if I wasn't running it from one single power source I could just use two different and solve it easily that way but
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[22:09] <mgottschlag> yeah, the average lab power supply should provide stable voltage... unless again you'd hit the current limiter, but I guess your power supply would tell you that :)
[22:11] <Nauti> Nah I trust that one and as I said I measured it. Every part of this project in itself is working. I've tried them before and ran them all together for at least hours. But then ran by two different power sources. So I'm betting on the amplifier
[22:12] <Nauti> Also, the circuit says 8-16 ohm speakers, I just saw I have a 4 ohm speaker. What effect could that have? I didn't even consider that before. Should mean a larger current draw but what can it affect in turn?
[22:13] <zleap> you could put a resistor in series with the speaker, not sure if you can get 4 ohm resistors though
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[22:14] <mgottschlag> that shouldn't have any dramatic effects
[22:14] <mgottschlag> the main difference should be that the frequency response isn't as great if you don't also change the coupling capacitor
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[22:17] <Nauti> https://imgur.com/a/2puMP
[22:17] <Nauti> Here's the whole thing
[22:17] <Nauti> And I don't think you'll get anything useful out of it x)
[22:17] <Nauti> I could try another less homemade buck converter but I don't know if I dare to try this out
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[22:20] <Nauti> zleap: I also have a small speaker I could connect in series which came with it where I got it from. Guess I'll do that.
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[22:31] <mgottschlag> Nauti: yeah, I had hoped to be able to follow the ground connections around, but that's really difficult there :)
[22:31] <mgottschlag> did you connect left/right channel together?
[22:33] <zleap> ok sent ben at the foundation a message about my minecraft tk project see if anyone is interested in taking it further
[22:33] <Nauti> Yeah I did.
[22:33] <Nauti> For a very simple stereo -> mono
[22:33] <Nauti> With a 1k resistor on each
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[22:37] <mgottschlag> Nauti: there is a capacitor between that green and yellow wire near pin 3 of the amplifier? :)
[22:37] <mgottschlag> or what is connected there?
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[22:40] <Nauti> No, not between those to. They each go together directly after the resistors. Once again I followed some circuit where it was mentioned that one could do this as a very simple form of stereo -> mono conversion
[22:40] <Nauti> Should there be a capacitor between the audio channels?
[22:41] <mgottschlag> no, I don't mean the green/yellow wires to the pi, but that other pair of wires at the other end of the resistors
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[22:43] <Nauti> But C4 is definitely connected before the output, isn't that the most important part here?
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[22:44] <Nauti> The green and yellow (and blue gnd) wires going to the pi is just the input and that's what I just commented on. The other with yellow, green and blue is just to the potentiometer
[22:45] <Nauti> Would be practical using more colors I realise :)
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[22:45] <mgottschlag> ah
[22:45] <mgottschlag> makes sense
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[22:46] <mgottschlag> https://proxy.duckduckgo.com/iu/?u=http%3A%2F%2Fembedded-lab.com%2Fblog%2Fwp-content%2Fuploads%2F2011%2F06%2FLM386Circuit.png&f=1 <- so that's what you've built, basically
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[22:47] <Nauti> Yeah, but I have one less capacitor than on that schematic
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[22:47] <Nauti> And I have way higher capacitor values
[22:47] <Nauti> But apart from that it looks like it
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[22:48] <Nauti> And it's working well by itself and with a separate power source and all.
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[22:48] <Nauti> So I don't know what's causing this. I'm glad it booted back up again but I don't know what I dare to do now. Could it be the buck converter? Because it's also working by itself :(
[22:48] <Nauti> maybe i should try it for a while with a higher load
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[22:49] <Nauti> But have I understood it right when the C4/output capacitor (what's the actual name?) is enough of a protection?
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[22:49] <mgottschlag> not really
[22:49] <mgottschlag> at high frequencies, C4 is a short circuit, it only filters the DC portions of the signal
[22:50] <mgottschlag> (so that the amplifier is able to provide the speaker with temporarily negative voltage)
[22:52] <Nauti> Don't think I understand but I guess that's nothing we'll settle here and now.
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[22:52] <Nauti> Don't know how to move on from here though
[22:52] <Nauti> If I dare connect it up again and try it out
[22:53] <Nauti> Thank you for all the help anyways :)
[22:53] <Nauti> Guess it's difficult to help someone without the knowledge
[22:54] <mgottschlag> I'd probably try to figure out what happens with the lm2576 first
[22:54] <mgottschlag> measuring all input/output current while the complete system is powered
[22:54] <ChunkzZ> How does the Rock64/OdroidC2 compare with the RPI3?
[22:55] <Nauti> Yeah I'm wondering if I should try it out with another buck converter that I have that's been doing the job for over a year and is from Ebay rather than home built
[22:55] <Nauti> It's scary powering up something that can potentially ruin the RPi though
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[22:59] <Encrypt> Nauti, You're using it on the GPIOs?
[23:00] <Nauti> Using what?
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[23:00] <Nauti> Ah the buck converter. Yes I am.
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[23:01] <Nauti> So no protection there but a 3A fuse
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[23:01] <Encrypt> Nauti, I had found Hats that protected the GPIOs
[23:01] <Encrypt> With darlington transistors and stuff like that
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[23:01] <Encrypt> I can't find them back on Google though, but that can be an option for you :P
[23:02] <Nauti> The buck converter is behaving very strangely now. I don't know why it broke but it did
[23:02] <Nauti> Encrypt: I thought you meant for powering it up
[23:02] <Encrypt> Oh, no
[23:02] <Nauti> I'm not having problem with anything that could damage the GPIO pins at the moment
[23:02] <Encrypt> Ok, good then :P
[23:02] <Nauti> I'm powering it up straight through the GPIO pins since I kept having that lightning icon when I was playing on it otherwise
[23:03] <mgottschlag> Nauti: you shouldn't be able to damage the pi by undervoltage situation
[23:03] <mgottschlag> s
[23:03] <Nauti> I'm having problem with powering an audio amplifier from the same power source as the buck converter that powers the pi
[23:03] <mgottschlag> you only have problems when your power supply starts providing more than 5V
[23:03] <Nauti> Which are connected to eachother through the 3,5 mm audio cable
[23:04] <mgottschlag> your 3A fuse is a normal fuse, or a self-resetting one?
[23:04] <Nauti> mgottschlag: yeah, that's why it's still functional. But something made the buck converter go crazy but I'll try one of these commercial LM2596 buck converters now
[23:04] <Nauti> I mean it's nearly the exact same thing as I used before but
[23:05] <Nauti> It's a normal fuse. Fast blow glass fuse
[23:05] <Nauti> Why?
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[23:05] <mgottschlag> because a self-resetting one would have explained why you couldn't boot the pi for a couple of minutes :)
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[23:05] <mgottschlag> just throwing around theories
[23:06] <Nauti> Ah no that wouldn't explain that part :/
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[23:17] <Nauti> Running it from the same power source now but making my phone play the audio. No issues with anything. If something happens now when I switch I guess I know where the issue lies
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[23:19] <Nauti> 170 mA. Nothing :S
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[23:32] <crystalcat> What would you say is a good way to power a Pi cam outside, if there are no nearby outlets? (With an IR light.)
[23:32] <HrdwrBoB> with a batter
[23:32] <HrdwrBoB> y
[23:34] <JK-47> crystalcat: buy an outdoor nest cam…
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[23:35] <red9> PoE - Power Over Ethernet (IEEE 802.3af) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Power_over_Ethernet
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[23:36] <red9> Solarpanels is another one or wind turbine.
[23:36] <red9> Batteries are essentially worthless on their own as you will have to replace them regularly.
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[23:39] <Syliss> solar with batteries
[23:39] <Syliss> easiest
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[23:39] <Syliss> make sure it gets enough sun and that you have enouge charge to last 2 days without sun
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[23:45] <Hitechcg> put a generator on a hamster wheel and put a hamster inside
[23:45] <ShorTie> flux capacitor
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[23:59] <iEv0lv3__> I happen to sell hamster on wheel generators, flux capacitors, AND microverse batteries for the low fam. Hmu.

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