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IRC Log for 2018-01-09

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[0:06] <en1gma> i have mobile phone as my hotspot. to that i have a laptop over wifi and my pi3 over wifi (built-in wifi). when i run 'iperf3 -s' on pi3 and do 'iperf3 -c <dst-ip> -i 1 -t 30' on my laptop i get 11mbit/sec but when i do it other way around the pi3 is getting 20mbit/sec
[0:07] <en1gma> why is that?
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[0:21] <mk-fg> Can be due to wifi quirks - pretty sure ap-to-sta vs sta-to-ap rates are usually different, even if you have two identical devices on both ends
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[0:29] <i-make-robots> hi! I have a Pi I'd like to use to HDMI play media on my home theatre. the Pi has an external USB HD and a LAN connection. What method do you suggest? it would be running headless.
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[0:30] <i-make-robots> i tried rasplex. coudln't figure out how to get my movies on the HD to play them from there, despite the SAMBA share.
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[0:32] <mk-fg> i-make-robots, I'd try libreelec/kodi
[0:33] <shauno> osmc's worth a shot too (similar idea to libreelec). rasplex is bound to be a rough start though, as it's intended to be a client to a Plex server, rather than standalone
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[0:35] <shauno> (or openelec. I'm not sure what the difference between openelec & libreelec is)
[0:36] <i-make-robots> i'm looking at libreelec site now. it's not clear if this pi image requires kodi as a separate install.
[0:38] <shauno> I believe it should be pretty much ready-to-roll. I mean, that's what it's aiming to do
[0:38] <i-make-robots> their about page talks about their political infighting, which is ... maybe not on brand.
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[0:40] <shauno> oh, lovely. well that does answer my question of what the difference between libreelec & openelec is. it's who fell on which side of some silly fight
[0:40] <i-make-robots> to paraphrase "the OP was unstable so we booted him and now we run by committee."
[0:41] <shauno> well, I'm not recommending either over another, just giving you a list of things to try that aim to provide this out of the box
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[0:43] <mk-fg> Yeah, libreelec is a one-click kodi-only distro/img, basically
[0:43] <mk-fg> *libreelec/openelec
[0:44] <mk-fg> Dunno about one or the other fork of these either, installed/tweaked libreelec in a few places, seem to work fine, never tried openelec
[0:44] <i-make-robots> cool. thank you.
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[0:44] <shauno> I mean, if I had to state any preference it'd be for osmc, simply because it was prettier out of the box. It sounds like you're fully capable of making a more qualified judgement in a matter of minutes lol
[0:45] <i-make-robots> how do i get my movies (vlc-compatible) to stream from the device?
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[0:46] <mk-fg> Kodi should have upnp, probably best to use that with TVs and such
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[0:52] <i-make-robots> what was that...?
[0:52] <i-make-robots> so... assuming I have libreelec and kodi, how do i then stream my movies to the device? I haven't found the relevant wiki page yet.
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[0:55] <mk-fg> http://kodi.wiki/view/HOW-TO:Share_libraries_using_UPnP
[0:55] <mk-fg> ^^^ what I meant above
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[0:55] <mk-fg> It's what most modern media-ish devices use, afaik
[0:56] <mk-fg> Though for desktop linux box, you might want to use nfs, samba or even sshfs instead
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[0:58] <shauno> yeah, that's what I did. all my media was on one big samba share, so I never messed with streaming
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[0:59] <mk-fg> With TVs that have LAN port, you just enable UPnP and kodi box appears in the list of inputs, with all the tagged library of stuff that it has
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[0:59] <shauno> really? that sounds snazzy! my TV's dumber than I am, so I haven't seen this modern jazz yet (that what kodi was for ..)
[1:00] <mk-fg> Yeah, I'd pick kodi box as "brains" of the TV too
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[1:00] <mk-fg> At least with samsung "Smart"TV's I've had horrible xp using their media player
[1:01] <mk-fg> Rewinding by an hour or more there is a nightmare (super slow), and it can randomly drop playback for no apparent reason
[1:01] <i-make-robots> maybe I should back waaaaaay up. i started with a home theatre that has HDMI. my ancient 17" macbook has no hdmi. it has lightning, but my lightning>hdmi adapter doesn't send sound to the system (wtf?)
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[1:02] <shauno> I just rather the idea of getting a new pi every 2-3 years rather than a new TV. even if they're getting much cheaper now, it still sounds like a treadmill I'd rather avoid
[1:02] <i-make-robots> so i thought "pi has hdmi, surely that can work instead."
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[1:04] <Smashcat> i-make-robots: You can install samba and mount the media directory on your mac to the Pi - then use that with Kodi (I do this with a Linux server)
[1:04] <mk-fg> Guess you meant the opposite thing than I though - sharing stuff to kodi
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[1:04] <mk-fg> It should be able to mount samba shares or play from upnp too
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[1:04] <Smashcat> i-make-robots: If you want to stream from the Mac, just use Plex
[1:05] <Smashcat> I've found Samba works much better - upnp has issues seeking through videos for me.
[1:05] <i-make-robots> apparently my yamaha rxv473 doesn't even HAVE upnp
[1:06] <mk-fg> If you plan to connect it to rpi via hdmi, definitely doesn't need one either
[1:06] <Smashcat> I've also found that OSMC is faster than OpenElec on the Pi3
[1:07] <Smashcat> Also, the Pi can be controlled from the TV remote - as long as your TV is CEC capable :)
[1:07] <i-make-robots> i'll go try the plex media server for osx while I still have the plex setup.
[1:07] <i-make-robots> i wonder if i can ethernet from the mac directly to the pi for better bandwidth...
[1:07] <shauno> I guess we have to figure out what you're trying to do with it. Do you want the Pi to act as a media center, like appletv, roku, etc - so you interact with the Pi (kodi), and the media comes from the network/usb drive
[1:08] <shauno> or do you want something that sits there more like chrome's streaming sticks, so you interact with your laptop and push content to the receiver?
[1:08] <i-make-robots> I'm just trying to play movies once in a blue moon. i think the push option is more what i'm after.
[1:08] <i-make-robots> i don't need to store shit on the pi.
[1:08] <Smashcat> i-make-robots: An even nicer option is to just use an external drive that can be shared between the Mac and the Pi/Kodi :)
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[1:08] <i-make-robots> it's just a hack to get the audio to play through the stereo.
[1:09] <shauno> I was just trying to figure out where streaming from vlc was fitting into it
[1:09] <i-make-robots> normally i watch on my laptop with vlc. i can plug in the lightning cable and i get video on the theatre system but the audio is coming from the tiny laptop speakers.
[1:09] <i-make-robots> which is disappoint.
[1:10] <Smashcat> i-make-robots: Sounds like a really simple option would be just to get an Amazon Firestick and put Plex on it, unless you already have the Pi...
[1:11] <pcmerc_work> sticks are clunky
[1:11] <i-make-robots> i have a pi with plex installed.
[1:11] <Smashcat> i-make-robots: Probably work out cheaper and it's simple to install Plex on te Firestick - hell my GF even managed it :)
[1:12] <Smashcat> i-make-robots: Ah right, well you're already good to go then :)
[1:12] <i-make-robots> ok. brb after i try osx streaming to pi
[1:13] <pcmerc_work> whats the goal, stream from OSX to a pi?
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[1:14] <Smashcat> pmerc_work: Yeah his Mac can't be plugged into his TV, so he wants to use the Pi instead and stream from his mac
[1:14] <Smashcat> Plex is ideal. I've used it for exactly that.
[1:14] <pcmerc_work> yes, plex is good stuff I have a very elaborate setup myself ;)
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[1:15] <pcmerc_work> plex is just a media serving component though, thats not where all the magic happens ;)
[1:15] <Smashcat> Yeah, he already has the client on his pi, so he should be alright
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[1:16] <pcmerc_work> yup yup
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[1:19] <retrosenator> I disabled javascript and it saved me
[1:19] <retrosenator> before I ran out of ram
[1:20] <pcmerc_work> whew!
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[1:20] <retrosenator> but a few website complain about no javascript, when they could make their site work without it
[1:20] <retrosenator> how do we convince websites to not use javascript, it's a virus that eats all my ram
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[1:21] <shauno> it's difficult. if you're not running javascript you don't show up in their evil stats monster, so they don't know you're a target audience
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[1:22] <shauno> google analytics can't tell them how many people don't have JS, or how many people block GA, so we just don't exist to them. and who designs for users that don't exist?
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[1:23] <retrosenator> my website works
[1:24] <retrosenator> seriously I was crashing 5 times a day before, using up all my swap as well
[1:24] <retrosenator> just to load 5 tabs
[1:24] <retrosenator> now I have 30 tabs all the time, and no swap needed
[1:24] <retrosenator> most websites work fine, and I never get the annoying popups to install an app on a device I don't have
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[1:25] <shauno> my favourite ones are sites that work better without JS. if I turn JS on, Wired throws up a fullscreen modal asking me to turn off my adblocker
[1:25] <shauno> with JS turned off, they're quite happy
[1:26] <retrosenator> yeah I noticed that too
[1:26] <retrosenator> no more adblocker detectors
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[1:27] <retrosenator> there is something wrong with linux though, when I run out of ram it gets "stuck" rather than just killing the browser
[1:27] <retrosenator> javascript was the only reason for running out of ram though, so I'm ok now
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[1:28] <mk-fg> Ads are one source of JS, other is tracking for diff purposes (e.g. track what people read on the page, what they type, etc), and then there's lower dev time with client-side rendering and dev community around JS-heavy stuff
[1:31] <retrosenator> I don't want them to track what I read and type
[1:32] <retrosenator> I see the benefits in things like websockets to give interactive experience, ok
[1:32] <retrosenator> maybe I can use javascript if I can somehow limit to 1kb worth of javascript code per page
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[1:33] <mk-fg> Pretty sure you can do liteweight interactive stuff, yeah, it just costs more than bundling 5 megs of frameworks that do it all for you
[1:34] <mk-fg> Guess convincing website operators to use other funding models and pay them to optimize their pages might be a way to go
[1:34] <retrosenator> now ebay requires javascript
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[1:35] <retrosenator> it refuses to work without it, for no good reason
[1:35] <retrosenator> there needs to be some kind of browser plugin to fake javascript so sites think you have it enabled, without actually executing or doing most of the stuff
[1:36] <mk-fg> I think you'd get same static "need js" page there as with js disabled
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[1:37] <mk-fg> I.e. they use js to replace that thing with content when its enabled
[1:37] <mk-fg> So faking it won't do much
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[1:38] <retrosenator> hmm, so I stop using this site, ok
[1:39] <mk-fg> If enough people do that and make noise about it, might work, though I doubt enough people care that much
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[1:41] <mk-fg> It's interesting to me that adblock plugin seem to be successful *technical* solution to kinda-political problem of "don't want crappy ads"
[1:41] <mk-fg> So many people jumped to it by this point to make ad industry cry
[1:42] <mk-fg> Gives hope that at least "js for ads" thing might become less relevant in the future
[1:44] <retrosenator> so we need new type of blocker
[1:44] <retrosenator> the analytics blocker
[1:44] <retrosenator> the blocker to disable arbitrary features that are slow and useless
[1:45] <retrosenator> the blockers themselves use a lot of processing power then
[1:45] <retrosenator> the language itself isn't so bad, it just seems like the frameworks are used by people with computers about 50x more powerful than what I have
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[1:46] <retrosenator> like, the web used to work on dialup, now it's basically impossible with a slow connection like that
[1:46] <mikeymop> is this THE SBC channel or just the pi?
[1:46] <mikeymop> 'the ONE channel'
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[1:46] <retrosenator> sbc?
[1:47] <shauno> mostly the latter, with sprinklings of the former, depending on who's around and what mood they're in
[1:47] <mk-fg> I think most popular adblock technique on rooted androids is to use app that downloads/builds adblocked hosts file
[1:47] <mk-fg> So not necessarily that expensive cpu-wise :)
[1:47] <mikeymop> sbc, single board computer
[1:47] <mikeymop> like odroid-c2, etc
[1:47] <mikeymop> shauno: thanks
[1:47] <mk-fg> There's #odroid too
[1:47] <mikeymop> ty
[1:47] <retrosenator> I killed my odroid c2, now I use raspberry
[1:47] <mikeymop> how so?
[1:48] <retrosenator> 1 drop of water in a storm
[1:48] <mikeymop> i saw it had ddr3
[1:48] <mikeymop> oh not just system failure
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[1:48] <retrosenator> it was a lot less stable than the rasbperry but faster
[1:48] <mikeymop> i saw modbus has gpio adapters so I'm following the breadtrail to learn it
[1:48] <mikeymop> in terms of the distro?
[1:49] <retrosenator> the usb was constantly a problem, really buggy
[1:49] <retrosenator> there is a new board coming out
[1:49] <retrosenator> it will leave the odroid c2 in the dust
[1:49] <retrosenator> it's about 3x faster, for the same price
[1:49] <mk-fg> Users of every arm board seem to complain about USB drivers :)
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[1:50] <mk-fg> As in, it was a major complaint on RPi forums too, iirc
[1:50] <retrosenator> the odroid c2 is especially bad
[1:50] <retrosenator> like, I have to twiddle a gpio bit to reset the usb bus frequently
[1:50] <retrosenator> or reboot
[1:51] <mikeymop> retrosenator: thats good, I saw that intel one and it was like 300$
[1:51] <retrosenator> this is "rock 960"
[1:51] <retrosenator> it's 6 core arm
[1:51] <retrosenator> with 4gb ram
[1:51] <mikeymop> do you know the board name?
[1:51] <retrosenator> and usb 3, and mmc
[1:51] <mikeymop> i liked the odroid because it fit in the same case sans the 5v
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[1:51] <retrosenator> but I don't think it's available yet
[1:51] <mk-fg> You can connect 5V to microusb there too
[1:52] <retrosenator> I powered the odroid through barrel jack so i could plug a lot more usb into it...
[1:52] <retrosenator> raspberry can't power more than one external harddrive at a time
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[1:53] <retrosenator> they use female pins :-/
[1:54] <retrosenator> dtparam=i2c_arm=on
[1:54] <retrosenator> oops, sorry
[1:54] <retrosenator> http://www.lemaker.org/product-hikeysecond-index.html
[1:54] <ShorTie> ah ha, needed the brcmfmac43430-sdio.txt file too...
[1:54] <ShorTie> Thankz .. :)~ shiftplusone
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[1:58] <mk-fg> retrosenator, $249!
[1:58] <retrosenator> what??
[1:58] <retrosenator> that is the octa core one right?
[1:58] <retrosenator> is it arm64?
[1:59] <mk-fg> I just clicked "buy" on your link :)
[1:59] <retrosenator> oh, heh
[1:59] <mk-fg> Thought by "rock" you meant the board from pine64 people
[1:59] <i-make-robots> so the plex server for osx was able to find the adjacent rasplex box just fine. when i try to stream anything the rasplex says "server unable to create queue". bug reports online go back to 2014, mostly replied with "won't fix, not our problem.
[1:59] <retrosenator> mk-fg: yeah, probably I get them confused
[1:59] <retrosenator> there is a 6 core board not yet available I think it's meant to be much cheaper
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[2:04] <retrosenator> mk-fg: yeah I think it's the pine64 people, but they don't have the rock960 yet, only the rock 64
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[2:05] <mk-fg> To be fair, rock64 is kinda cool already :)
[2:06] <retrosenator> yeah, but the rock 960 specs are so much better !!
[2:06] <mk-fg> Dunno about its software woes though
[2:06] <retrosenator> I think it's the same cpu as the odroid c2?
[2:06] <mk-fg> A53 - yeah
[2:06] <retrosenator> so it's probably pretty buggy, but usable
[2:07] <mk-fg> Don't really have any serious issues with my c2 or two remote ones I work with, so don't think it's that bad
[2:07] <mk-fg> But one use-case doesn't mean much
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[2:08] <mk-fg> Also, probably misunderstoon you above wrt "same cpu" - guess you meant SoC chip in general
[2:08] <retrosenator> yeah, well you probably don't have 12 usb devices wired into it with multiple chained hubs
[2:08] <mk-fg> Not just type of ARM core implemented in it
[2:09] <mk-fg> And dunno if it's the same, didn't check
[2:09] <retrosenator> not to mention the various software toolkits that have bugs in aarch64
[2:09] <mikeymop> ufs flash NICE retrosenator
[2:10] <mikeymop> np gpio though :/
[2:11] <retrosenator> yeah, sdcard is kind of slow... I miss the emmc on the odroid
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[2:13] <mikeymop> ufs should be faster
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[2:23] <i-make-robots> "server unable to create media queue". thanks, rasplex. that's really informative and helpful.
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[2:43] <swift110> hey all
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[2:46] <IanTLopp> hmm... I need to order another set of heat sinks for a raspi 3 that I have. any reason to get anything beyond the standard https://www.amazon.com/LoveRPi-Performance-Heatsinks-Raspberry-Model/dp/B018BGRDVS/ref=sr_1_5?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1515462299&sr=1-5&keywords=raspberry+pi+3+heatsink
[2:46] <IanTLopp> ?
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[2:48] <IanTLopp> also, is it better to get slotted like the link above, or double slotted, like https://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_noss?url=search-alias%3Delectronics&field-keywords=raspberry+pi+3+heatsink ?
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[3:02] <CannedSpinach> having trouble setting up an RPi server on Raspbian. posted a thread on Stack Exchange asking for help. I'd appreciate help from anyone who knows about this sort of stuff.
[3:02] <CannedSpinach> https://unix.stackexchange.com/questions/415712/samba-smb-daemon-fails-to-start-installation-incomplete
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[3:46] <k_sze[work]> Hi guys. omxplayer is suddenly broken for me: /usr/bin/omxplayer.bin: error while loading shared libraries: libWFC.so: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
[3:46] <k_sze[work]> Anybody knows what's going on? Where does "libWFC.so" come from?
[3:47] <k_sze[work]> I did a `sudo find /usr/ /lib/ /opt/ -type f -name 'libWFC.so'` and it is indeed not found.
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[3:53] <k_sze[work]> Hmm, looks like it was missing from the firmware for some reason.
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[5:11] <Ierror> Hello, i'm new to the raspberry pi and raspbian and I've only ever used windows. I'm having dns leaks using openvpn. Could anyone help me?
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[5:28] <Maai> Ierror: no :P
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[5:33] <Ierror> ?
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[5:39] <Ierror> Okay i'll try somewhere else
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[5:47] <Cromaglious> anyone running RPi3 and linuxcnc?
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[6:41] <AnonRecluse13> hey guys
[6:41] <AnonRecluse13> would you rpi3 be ok with luks. cryptsetup, and fde for the micro sd mmcblkp1 or p2?
[6:42] <AnonRecluse13> i have seen it done on the offensive security website and i believe its possible if the distro your using supports luks and fde
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[6:43] <myxenovia> can i install linux os in rpi using flash drive?
[6:43] <AnonRecluse13> i am wondering if anyone has tried as i am considering buying a Pi-Top and putting a Pi 3 i have inside of it to use as a laptop to do some python and c and write some scripts and cronjobs
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[6:43] <AnonRecluse13> myxenovia: yes you can
[6:44] <myxenovia> ho
[6:44] <myxenovia> how
[6:44] <AnonRecluse13> dd if-/path/to/linux-arm-img/ of=/path/to/hd
[6:44] <myxenovia> wat
[6:44] <AnonRecluse13> do you have the sd card in a usb card reader?
[6:44] <myxenovia> im doing it in windows
[6:45] <AnonRecluse13> ok
[6:45] <myxenovia> oh
[6:45] <myxenovia> i dont have sd card
[6:45] <myxenovia> i only have flash drive
[6:45] <myxenovia> i will put the os in flash drive
[6:45] <myxenovia> then use the flash drive to install it to rpi
[6:45] <AnonRecluse13> download win32 disk imager and try the img with that?
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[6:46] <myxenovia> can i use rufus?
[6:46] <AnonRecluse13> yes
[6:46] <TheoMurpse> I have a rpi3 I bought a couple months ago. I've finally got VNC up and running and messing around with it. It's using wifi. There is no ethernet anywhere nearby that is an option. The ping is freaking terrible! It's mostly 200ms to 500ms, sometimes even worse!
[6:47] <TheoMurpse> I find other people talking about this, but can't find any resolution. Anyone know if this is a known issue that has a solution?
[6:47] <myxenovia> AnonRecluse13 i see. so after that i will plug the flash drive to raspberry then plug the raspberry to pc?
[6:47] <AnonRecluse13> the ping i get through a rpi3 i built as a LibreELEC IPTV Box over the ethernet is under 16ms
[6:48] <TheoMurpse> I'm very jealous! Even if I SSH in and ping outward from the rpi it's terrible.
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[6:48] <AnonRecluse13> pipe bandwidth is 100mbps, its Hybrid-Fibre
[6:48] <AnonRecluse13> i really want to upgrade to FTTP
[6:48] <AnonRecluse13> XGS-PON sounds wicked
[6:49] <myxenovia> theres no screen in rpi3 where can i do the installing lol
[6:50] <AnonRecluse13> do you have a spare monitor and a hdmi cable?
[6:50] <myxenovia> yea
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[6:50] <AnonRecluse13> plug the cable into the screen and the pi
[6:50] <myxenovia> with plugged fd?
[6:51] <AnonRecluse13> what?
[6:51] <myxenovia> i will do that while the fd is plugged in rpi?
[6:51] <AnonRecluse13> is the flash drive external?
[6:52] <myxenovia> yea
[6:52] <myxenovia> a sandisk flash drive
[6:52] <AnonRecluse13> USB yeah?
[6:52] <myxenovia> yea
[6:52] <AnonRecluse13> so you want to flash the installer img onto the USB flash drive and boot it from that on the pi?
[6:52] <AnonRecluse13> right?
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[6:53] <AnonRecluse13> .........?
[6:53] <myxenovia> no. but i want to install the OS from the bootable usb flash drive on the rpi
[6:53] <myxenovia> so i wont need the usb flash drive anymore when i want to boot my rpi
[6:53] <AnonRecluse13> you have to have an sd card in the pi to flash it too
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[6:54] <AnonRecluse13> otherwise whats is going to boot from if you pull out the flash usb, unless you use it as a boot partition during setup
[6:55] <AnonRecluse13> you need a micro sd
[6:55] <myxenovia> i see. the sd card will act as hd
[6:55] <AnonRecluse13> yes
[6:55] <myxenovia> how about i will make the usb flash drive as sd card?
[6:55] <myxenovia> i will not remove the flash drive forever
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[6:56] <AnonRecluse13> ok
[6:56] <AnonRecluse13> so..........open rufus
[6:56] <myxenovia> what do you mean about "flash"
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[6:57] <AnonRecluse13> i mean flashing the img
[6:57] <myxenovia> sec. im downloading OS iso
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[6:58] <AnonRecluse13> what flavor of Linux is it?
[6:58] <AnonRecluse13> its important
[6:58] <myxenovia> oh theres no iso in chrome os
[6:58] <myxenovia> its only tar.gz
[6:58] <AnonRecluse13> ok
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[6:58] <myxenovia> will it work on rufus?
[6:58] <myxenovia> rufus accepts only iso
[6:58] <AnonRecluse13> yeah, try open it with 7z
[6:59] <AnonRecluse13> or poweriso
[6:59] <myxenovia> theres iso but only live DVD
[6:59] <myxenovia> is it the same/
[6:59] <myxenovia> Download Cr OS Linux 2.4.1290 (x86) Live DVD
[6:59] <AnonRecluse13> thats what you want
[7:00] <myxenovia> no i will install the OS in the usb
[7:00] <AnonRecluse13> copy that iso to a folder your familiar with
[7:00] <myxenovia> so the usb turns into hd like
[7:00] <AnonRecluse13> thats what you just said you wanted
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[7:00] <myxenovia> but live is different from installed
[7:00] <AnonRecluse13> <myxenovia> how about i will make the usb flash drive as sd card?
[7:00] <AnonRecluse13> <myxenovia> i will not remove the flash drive forever
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[7:01] <myxenovia> yea but you dont remove the sd card forever too
[7:01] <AnonRecluse13> thats what unetbootin will do for you
[7:01] <AnonRecluse13> you LEAVE the sd card in the pi
[7:01] <myxenovia> yea
[7:02] <AnonRecluse13> you can install linux from a flash usb
[7:02] <AnonRecluse13> download Unetbootin
[7:02] <myxenovia> okay
[7:02] <AnonRecluse13> install it
[7:02] <AnonRecluse13> open it and then select the live iso
[7:02] <myxenovia> so ill go for the live iso now
[7:02] <AnonRecluse13> even though its a live iso you can install the full os from it
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[7:03] <AnonRecluse13> understand?
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[7:03] <AnonRecluse13> so it will install to sandisk flash usb and that will act as the Cr OS
[7:03] <myxenovia> okay okay
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[7:04] <AnonRecluse13> until you pop a micro sd in the pi and use that as its hd, im looking at getting a 256gb sandisk ultra class 10 sdxc for my pi 3 to use in a Pi-Top
[7:04] <AnonRecluse13> mmmmmmm, raspberry and pi :)
[7:04] <myxenovia> theyre one
[7:05] <myxenovia> i got rpi 3 model b
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[7:05] <myxenovia> after im done with unetbootin
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[7:06] <myxenovia> will it automatically boot?
[7:06] <myxenovia> when i setup the rpi + flash drive + monitor?
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[7:06] <AnonRecluse13> yes
[7:07] <AnonRecluse13> now, do you have unetbootin up?
[7:08] <AnonRecluse13> where it says disk image, click that
[7:08] <AnonRecluse13> select iso
[7:08] <AnonRecluse13> and go to the Cr OS iso img
[7:09] <AnonRecluse13> you have to extract the tar.gz first, with poweriso or 7z before you do that though
[7:09] <myxenovia> yea
[7:09] <myxenovia> im now waiting in downlaoding the os
[7:09] <myxenovia> 3 minutes left
[7:10] <myxenovia> so its only the same as reformatting an os?
[7:10] <AnonRecluse13> are you downloading Cr OS Live DVD?
[7:10] <AnonRecluse13> the iso
[7:10] <AnonRecluse13> good
[7:11] <AnonRecluse13> when its done, do the steps i mentioned for Unetbootin
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[7:13] <AnonRecluse13> so click on disc image when you open unetbootin, select the Cr OS Live DVD.iso
[7:13] <AnonRecluse13> where it says type select USB Drive
[7:13] <AnonRecluse13> and the correct drive
[7:13] <AnonRecluse13> hit ok
[7:14] <myxenovia> should i check the radio button "disk image"
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[7:20] <myxenovia> AnonRecluse13 how to go to bios or bootmenu in rpi
[7:22] <AnonRecluse13> yes
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[7:22] <AnonRecluse13> select iso
[7:22] <AnonRecluse13> click on the 3 dots to browse for the Cr OS Live DVD iso
[7:23] <myxenovia> is fat32 usb type okay?
[7:23] <myxenovia> or should i do ntfs
[7:23] <AnonRecluse13> to be bootable, yes
[7:23] <AnonRecluse13> make it fat32
[7:23] <myxenovia> okay
[7:23] <myxenovia> theres disk image radio button and combobox for ISO
[7:23] <myxenovia> thats confusing
[7:24] <AnonRecluse13> click the radio button
[7:24] <myxenovia> okay its starting now
[7:24] <myxenovia> it says to go to boot menu or bios in reboot
[7:24] <myxenovia> "click on the 3 dots to browse for the Cr OS Live DVD iso" you dont need to explain that deeply lol
[7:25] <AnonRecluse13> just trying to be as helpful as i can lol
[7:25] <myxenovia> lol thats good
[7:25] <myxenovia> XD
[7:25] <myxenovia> after rebooting, select the usb boot option in the bios boot menu
[7:26] <myxenovia> im gonna do this when im booting ?
[7:26] <AnonRecluse13> yes
[7:26] <myxenovia> what is the hotkey for bios menu
[7:26] <AnonRecluse13> from the pi
[7:26] <AnonRecluse13> try fn f1
[7:26] <AnonRecluse13> or just f1
[7:27] <AnonRecluse13> im not too sure, i havent had the pleasure of throwing commands at the pi from a keyboard yet
[7:27] <AnonRecluse13> i only have 1 installed with LibreELEC
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[7:27] <AnonRecluse13> i will put slackware on another one and use it with the Pi Top as a laptop, should be good
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[7:31] <AnonRecluse13> i have ssh'd into LibreELEC and played with some python scipts.
[7:31] <AnonRecluse13> thats it though
[7:32] <myxenovia> AnonRecluse13 why does it say
[7:32] <myxenovia> no signal
[7:32] <myxenovia> in monitor
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[7:32] <AnonRecluse13> is the hdmi cable plugged into the pi?
[7:32] <AnonRecluse13> lol
[7:33] <myxenovia> yea
[7:33] <myxenovia> ofc
[7:33] <myxenovia> and i pluged usb cable to my laptop so it will power
[7:33] <AnonRecluse13> ok
[7:33] <myxenovia> so what should i do now
[7:37] <AnonRecluse13> i think you might need to pop a micro sd in too
[7:38] <myxenovia> its not possible without sd card after all
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[7:46] <AnonRecluse13> it needs it to boot, sorry dude
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[7:47] <AnonRecluse13> you can get a good one for 60 bucks
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[7:52] <myxenovia> i have one now lol
[7:52] <myxenovia> 16gb sandisk
[7:52] <myxenovia> lol
[7:53] <AnonRecluse13> ok, put it in the pi
[7:53] <AnonRecluse13> do you have an sd card usb reader?
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[7:53] <GeekOfflineNL> morning !
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[7:54] <myxenovia> AnonRecluse13 should i do the same? unetboot the OS to the sd card?
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[7:54] <AnonRecluse13> yes
[7:55] <myxenovia> i see
[7:55] <myxenovia> so i will not use my fd anymore?
[7:55] <AnonRecluse13> no
[7:56] <myxenovia> what
[7:57] <AnonRecluse13> dont use the fd anymore
[7:58] <AnonRecluse13> do you have a USB Card reader?
[7:58] <AnonRecluse13> or a SD Card slot and SD Card apapter?
[7:58] <AnonRecluse13> adapter*
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[8:01] <myxenovia> i have my phone
[8:01] <myxenovia> but when i connect to pc
[8:01] <myxenovia> theres no drive letter of my phone
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[8:02] <AnonRecluse13> buy a usb micro sd card reader
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[8:02] <AnonRecluse13> pop it into the laptop and unetboot Cr OS to it from there after formatting it as fat32 so its bootable
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[8:10] <myxenovia> can i make it bootable inside my android phone?
[8:10] <myxenovia> is there an app for it?
[8:11] <AnonRecluse13> should be
[8:12] <AnonRecluse13> try termux i think
[8:12] <AnonRecluse13> and download the image to your phone, pop the sd card in the micro sd card slot in the phone and dd it too the micro sd card, try fdisk -l
[8:13] <AnonRecluse13> is it Android or iOS?
[8:13] <myxenovia> dd?
[8:13] <myxenovia> android
[8:13] <myxenovia> this is getting complicated
[8:13] <myxenovia> damn
[8:13] <myxenovia> lack of material
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[8:44] <Deusdeorum> is pimusicbox an os itself or is it an installation on any os lol?
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[8:46] <AnonRecluse13> ok
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[8:46] <AnonRecluse13> go the the google play store
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[8:46] <AnonRecluse13> type in terminal emulator
[8:46] <AnonRecluse13> do you have the micro sd card in the slot in the phone?
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[9:12] <Hitechcg> What's the default GPU memory split without anything in config.txt? 76MB, right?
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[9:12] <Hitechcg> on Pi 3
[9:13] <Hitechcg> oh nvm lol
[9:13] <Hitechcg> yep
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[9:19] <Hitechcg> I think the documentation on disable_l2cache is wrong: https://www.raspberrypi.org/documentation/configuration/config-txt/memory.md
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[9:20] <Hitechcg> It says the default is 0, but according to sudo vcgencmd get_config int | grep l2cache, it says disable_l2cache=1 (without that option in my config.txt)
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[9:22] <Hitechcg> also https://raspberrypi.stackexchange.com/questions/36960/why-is-the-l2-cache-disabled-by-default-on-raspbian-jessie
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[9:25] <Hitechcg> nvm the answer to that question is good enough for me
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[14:11] <ShorTie> woohoo, got wifi workin .. :)~
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[14:12] <ShorTie> now for a spi nic on a pi0w, lol.
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[14:21] <gordonDrogon> ShorTie, they work, but slow ...
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[14:27] <ShorTie> define slow, slower then wifi ??
[14:27] <gordonDrogon> oh yes.
[14:28] <ShorTie> bummer
[14:28] <gordonDrogon> http://raspi.tv/2015/ethernet-on-pi-zero-how-to-put-an-ethernet-port-on-your-pi
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[14:28] <ShorTie> but it's all in play, lol.
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[14:30] <ShorTie> Pi Zero at 20 MHz 3.88 Mbaud down, 3.10 Mbaud up, 42.474 ms latency, 43.57km
[14:30] <ShorTie> that's faster then my isp connection, lol.
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[14:32] <ShorTie> Pi Zero at 20 MHz, is that spi bus speed ??
[14:35] <gordonDrogon> who knows. it's variable.
[14:36] <gordonDrogon> however the SPI latency is high on the Pi and the krnel has to poll the device unless there is an interrupt line.
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[14:37] <gordonDrogon> ah, there is an interrupt line.
[14:37] <gordonDrogon> even so, it's spi latency that's the slow bit.
[14:39] <ShorTie> but for normal browsing it should be ok though, I thinkz
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[14:39] <gordonDrogon> probably.
[14:39] <gordonDrogon> altough I've just been using a Pi 0 for internet stuff and it's very slow at the best of times.
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[14:40] <ShorTie> $12.95 personal firewall, lol.
[14:41] <ShorTie> plug pi0w into the laptop usb and hook up a nic cable, hehe.
[14:41] <gordonDrogon> why not jus use the firewall on the laptop?
[14:42] <CRImier> Well, I'm using a Pi Zero W with ESP8266 over SDIO, and testing the internet speed using speedtest-cli
[14:42] <ShorTie> because it's on the laptop
[14:42] <CRImier> And it gives be 10MBit/s download, which is not that bad - especially given that SDIO is not even overclocked
[14:43] <ShorTie> play fun .. :)~
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[14:44] <ShorTie> only takes 4 days to compile SmoothWall on the pi0, lol.
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[14:45] <ShorTie> a day for the toolchain, a day for the kernel and a couple for other things
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[15:04] <binaryhermit> ShorTie: just for the record, the pi0 and pi0w don't have ethernet
[15:05] <binaryhermit> though there presumably are usb nics
[15:05] <binaryhermit> considering that android phones can pretend to be one
[15:05] <ShorTie> spi
[15:06] <ShorTie> could do usb, but the soldering is smaller, lol.
[15:06] <binaryhermit> shrug
[15:06] <binaryhermit> I'm more a luser than a hacker
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[15:07] <binaryhermit> the one time I tried to solder I burned myself twice and gave up before I hurt myself
[15:07] <binaryhermit> well, hurt myself worse
[15:07] <ShorTie> don't want a plug because it's big
[15:07] <ShorTie> soldering is fun
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[15:08] <ShorTie> only been doing it 50 years, still learning, lol.
[15:08] * binaryhermit is a big-time klutz
[15:10] <ShorTie> Plus pi's are all about playing with the GPIO I thinkz
[15:11] <binaryhermit> for my use cases, I'd rather they not have the gpio or anything like that and pass the savings on to the consumer
[15:11] <binaryhermit> but I'm not a hacker
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[15:11] <binaryhermit> I have a pi in my dining room acting as a NAS and torrent client, and I have one running lakka
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[15:12] <binaryhermit> which I think is the successor to retropi
[15:12] * ShorTie not hacker, me a hobbieiest
[15:12] <binaryhermit> or at least similar enough to retropi to be understood
[15:12] <shauno> the costs of gpio are incredibly minimal. it's something the cpu provides, and the only bom cost is the header
[15:13] <binaryhermit> and possibly some silicon
[15:13] <ShorTie> and a little wire
[15:13] <binaryhermit> since they could chop off the space taken by the header
[15:13] <binaryhermit> meh, you guys are probably right
[15:14] <shauno> well, fibreglass. but that's probably why the header's missing off the zero - to save the cost you're asking for
[15:14] <binaryhermit> I thought PCBs were silicon
[15:14] <binaryhermit> the more you know
[15:15] <shauno> nah, that's what the active part of the chip's made out of (where the bluesmoke likes)
[15:15] <shauno> *lives
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[15:16] <shauno> the pcb itself is usually https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/FR-4
[15:17] <BurtyB> hmm magic smoke
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[15:18] <shauno> but I do suspect gpio more than pays for itself. the more things it can be used for, the more they sell, and savings come from bulk efficiencies
[15:22] <binaryhermit> is FR-4 always green?
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[15:22] <binaryhermit> because I think there are red Pis and blue Pis
[15:22] <shauno> nah that's the soldermask on it. usually the cheapest colour soldermask is "whichever the boardhouse buys the most of"
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[15:22] <BurtyB> the green bit is the solder mask
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[15:25] <binaryhermit> though, as far as I can tell, most PCBs are green
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[15:26] <binaryhermit> but I suspect I've taken things too offtopic
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[15:28] <GrandPa-G> If I want to start a gui type program on the pi (jessie or later), is the correct place to put the program start is in \home\pi\.config\lxsession\LXDE-pi\autostart?
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[15:28] <shauno> green does seem most common, yeah. I have dealt with some vendors where blue's cheaper though. (and hello oshpark-purple lol)
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[16:01] <pourjour> Hi everyone
[16:01] <pourjour> I'm trying to use a RTC DS1302 on raspberry pi 3
[16:02] <pourjour> I found an old code for raspberry pi
[16:02] <pourjour> How can I adapt it to raspi3
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[16:02] <pourjour> http://www.hobbytronics.co.uk/raspberry-pi-real-time-clock
[16:03] <pourjour> I followed the above tutorial
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[16:17] <fernan> hi all anybody using boot from usb mass storage device?
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[16:19] <Lartza> fernan, Just ask
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[16:20] <fernan> i was wondering if anyone was aware of issues of booting from a usb mass storage device with other devices plugged in to usb keyboard mouse etc
[16:20] <fernan> i noticed that it would sometimes not boot if i have a keyboard plugged in
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[16:21] <Lartza> Hard drive or a stick?
[16:21] <Habbie> pourjour, you followed the tutorial; did it work?
[16:22] <fernan> Lartza: I'm booting from an ssd
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[16:44] <pourjour> Habbie, I didn't because I already used those ports in tutorials for another sensor
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[16:45] <pourjour> I'm trying to change the code to use others gpio pins
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[16:46] <Habbie> pourjour, ah
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[17:03] <pourjour> I cannot find the appropriate address for gpio pins in raspi3
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[17:23] <spacerabbit> im doing a bluetooth PAN with the rpi0W
[17:23] <spacerabbit> i have two devices paired and trusted
[17:23] <spacerabbit> they work
[17:24] <spacerabbit> however on my main android phone, i try to tick "internet access" and it doesnt want to stick. It worked before and i have this since i did a factory reset, i tried to unpair, untrust, and start from strach on both devices without luck
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[17:25] <spacerabbit> im doing a bluetooth PAN, i have two devices paired and trusted (everything works on theses) , however on my main android phone, i try to tick "internet access" and it doesnt want to stick. It worked before and i have this since i did a factory reset, i tried to unpair, untrust, and start from strach on both devices without luck
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[17:25] <spacerabbit> oops sorry for repeat
[17:25] <spacerabbit> that was meant for another chan
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[17:54] <gordonDrogon> pourjour, look at any other gpio access code - e.g. the source of wiringPi at http://wiringpi.com/
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[17:58] <CannedSpinach> I'm having an issue setting up a Samba server and would appreciate any advice that could be given to help solve it https://unix.stackexchange.com/questions/415712/samba-smb-daemon-fails-to-start-installation-incomplete
[17:58] <CannedSpinach> this issue seems rather impossible for me as I can't even figure out where to begin since I can't even install the package fully.
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[18:57] <takane2> Has anyone here ever compiled the gobiserial kernel module on raspbian?
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[19:43] <spacerabbit> why the 01s ?
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[19:43] <spacerabbit> wrong chan oops
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[20:10] <en1gma> anyone point me to a guide to put the pi3 in Access Point mode with its built-in wifi?
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[20:16] <spacerabbit> that guy
[20:16] <spacerabbit> http://elinux.org/RPI-Wireless-Hotspot
[20:16] <spacerabbit> he has left isnt he
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[20:21] <H__> aye
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[21:00] <zleap> l#;l
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[21:35] <xtore> So I finally got my headless pi zero working; but then dismantled it due to lack of purpose
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[21:39] <xaocon> I'm just getting started with my first pi and it's a 3. I've booted up with the sd card that came with the package and it's got raspian on it. I was thinking about trying something else out via noobs. I can connect to wireless but it doesn't seem to bring up any updates.
[21:40] <xaocon> Bringing up the online help gets a bunch of complaints about certs that aren't valid yet so I think maybe the date is off on the HW but date is reporting a proper time in raspian.
[21:40] <extor> why would you need noobs now that it;s working
[21:41] <extor> I thought noobs just did initial install
[21:41] <extor> there's a config script rasp-config or something that runs in a terminal
[21:41] <xaocon> I thought it gave access to a number of different distros. I was going to look for something 64 bit. I'm just tinkering at this point.
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[21:57] <Simonious> I want to make an image of my raspbian with my setup, but I want it be the size of the stored data, not the size of the card, how do I do this (I'm on a windows desktop, I do have Cygwin)
[21:58] <Habbie> dd with conv=sparse if your filesystem supports it
[21:58] <Habbie> or gzip which should do a decent job
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[21:58] <Habbie> or look at clone2fs with the caveat that you may have to do some partition tinkering
[21:59] <Habbie> if your filesystem does not do sparse, and you do not want to gzip, i think tar can 'emulate' sparse
[21:59] <Habbie> also tools like clonezilla can do these tricks
[21:59] <Simonious> cool, hopefully cygwin can handle that
[21:59] <Simonious> (dd)
[21:59] <Habbie> plenty of options, hope this helps
[21:59] <Simonious> me too, I'll start exploring, thanks.
[21:59] <Habbie> good luck
[22:00] <Habbie> we'll be here
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[22:05] <CannedSpinach> anyone else have difficulty installing Samba on Raspbian?
[22:05] <CannedSpinach> I've been working on this for like three straight days and it seems impossible
[22:05] <CannedSpinach> furthermore all of the guides make it seem like it should be the easiest thing I do today
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[22:07] <Habbie> CannedSpinach, i've done it once, yes
[22:07] <Habbie> CannedSpinach, given how easy it is in fact supposed to be, i bet you're missing something small
[22:07] <CannedSpinach> Habbie: would you mind looking at my Stack Exchange post containing the errors I got?
[22:07] <Habbie> sure
[22:07] <CannedSpinach> https://unix.stackexchange.com/questions/415712/samba-smb-daemon-fails-to-start-installation-incomplete
[22:08] <Habbie> hmm that's not a lot of useful logging
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[22:08] <Habbie> (code=dumped, signal=ILL)
[22:08] <Habbie> where did you get your samba packages?
[22:08] <CannedSpinach> apt
[22:09] <Habbie> what repo?
[22:09] <CannedSpinach> idk how to answer that
[22:09] <CannedSpinach> I just use "apt-get install samba" or "apt install samba"
[22:09] <Habbie> pastebin 'apt-cache policy samba' please
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[22:10] <CannedSpinach> https://pastebin.com/zhBEmctd
[22:10] <Habbie> cat /etc/debian_version, please
[22:10] <CannedSpinach> I'm running Stretch
[22:10] <CannedSpinach> 9.3
[22:10] <Habbie> ok
[22:11] <Habbie> this smells like a broken package
[22:11] <Habbie> but i don't have a stretch around to test on
[22:11] <Habbie> maybe take it to the pi forums
[22:11] <CannedSpinach> so install from a different mirror?
[22:11] <Habbie> that should not help
[22:11] <Habbie> it's all checksummed
[22:11] <CannedSpinach> what about downgrading?
[22:11] <Habbie> but apt-get remove --purge samba
[22:11] <Habbie> and any related packages
[22:12] <Habbie> then install again
[22:12] <Habbie> is worth a shot
[22:12] <CannedSpinach> already did that twice
[22:12] <Habbie> do backup your config
[22:12] <Habbie> ok
[22:12] <Habbie> then i don't think this is you
[22:12] <Habbie> take it to the forums or hope somebody responsible for this wakes up soon
[22:12] <Habbie> i know we have one or two in here
[22:13] <CannedSpinach> what if I just install Samba from source?
[22:13] <CannedSpinach> would that make problems?
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[22:13] <Habbie> unless you're careful it would have different paths etc.
[22:13] <Habbie> however
[22:13] <Habbie> you could rebuild the raspbian package
[22:13] <Habbie> that -might- help
[22:13] <Habbie> and give you a result consistent with the normal package
[22:13] <Habbie> other than that it might work
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[22:22] <xs2> can I run minix on RPi 3 model B?
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[22:25] <Simonious> do I care about bs=?? when using dd, why do I care how many bytes are copied at a time? can I safely leave this field off?
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[22:26] <Simonious> I'm planning to attempt something like this shortly under cygwin: dd if=k: of=c:\2018-1-9-raspbian.img conv=sparse,noerror,sync status=progress
[22:26] <Simonious> to image an sdcard
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[22:27] <Simonious> I mean to create an image FROM an sdcard
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[22:31] <Habbie> bs mostly affects speed
[22:31] <Habbie> unsure it affects conv=sparse
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[22:36] <Simonious> can I safely leave it off?
[22:36] <Habbie> bs? yes
[22:36] <Habbie> it might just take longer
[22:36] <Habbie> do note that conv=sparse detects 'blocks of zeroes'
[22:37] <Habbie> where clone2fs actually knows what blocks are in use
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[22:37] <Habbie> if raspbian does something TRIM-like against the SD, this may come down to the same thing
[22:40] <Simonious> does that mean that my above plan could result in disappointment and sadness?
[22:40] <xs2> what's the most minimal system I can run on RPi3?
[22:40] <xs2> without graphics
[22:41] <Simonious> stretch lite is good, wanna go lighter?
[22:41] <xs2> as light as possible
[22:41] <xs2> what do I get in that case?
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[22:42] <Habbie> Simonious, yes, it's possible
[22:42] <Simonious> there are lighter options, but life starts to get inconvenient
[22:42] <Simonious> lighter is worth some pain to you?
[22:42] <Habbie> xs2, there is some alternative light distro but it means you rely on another level of redistribution, i wouldn't do it
[22:42] <Habbie> xs2, what is your reason to want to be so light?
[22:43] <xs2> hah
[22:43] <xs2> im a minimalist man meself
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[22:43] <xs2> it currently has freebsd 12
[22:43] <shauno> it's just unrealistic standards thrust upon you by airbrushing in advertising
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[22:44] <Habbie> xs2, minimalism has dimensions. minimal SD space used? minimal bother?
[22:44] <Comet> netbsd runs on a toaster ;)
[22:44] <Simonious> xs2 go with stretch lite, I use it quite a bit.
[22:44] <xs2> yes space wise
[22:44] <Habbie> xs2, going with stretch lite and removing what you don't need is the most sane approach
[22:44] <xs2> I'd like to get already configured drivers though?
[22:45] <Habbie> see
[22:45] <Habbie> go with stretch lite
[22:45] <Comet> raspbian lite ftw. makes life much easier.
[22:45] <Habbie> everything works
[22:45] <Habbie> it's small
[22:45] <Simonious> xs2 or go back to 1993 and grab some oldschool slackware and spend the next year compiling and configuring.
[22:45] <Habbie> and you can make it even smaller if you really want to
[22:45] <xs2> haha
[22:45] <Habbie> compiling.. minimalism.. pick one
[22:45] * Simonious was running slackware in 1993
[22:45] <xs2> let me look up that stretch lite thing
[22:45] <Comet> although i will say Arch is my second best choice for the Pi
[22:45] <Comet> it's just bloody fast
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[22:46] <xs2> I don't know if it's freebsd 12 or rpi
[22:46] <xs2> but i/o is goddamn slow
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[22:46] <Habbie> language please
[22:46] <Habbie> also, when i tried freebsd on pi it was way, way slower than raspbian
[22:46] <Habbie> that was a dev build though
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[22:46] <Habbie> which has all kinds of debugging enabled
[22:46] <xs2> yes you only get that
[22:46] <xs2> there's no freebsd 11.1
[22:46] <xs2> for rpi
[22:46] <Habbie> right
[22:46] <Habbie> so that might be a factor
[22:47] <Habbie> or maybe the freebsd sd driver is just bad
[22:47] <Comet> yea i wouldn't even bother. run freebsd if you're trying to run a solid server on adequate hardware.
[22:47] <Habbie> testing on USB might be interesting
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[22:47] <xs2> I'm looking for Raspbian Stretch Lite, right?
[22:47] <Habbie> yes
[22:47] <Habbie> right here https://www.raspberrypi.org/downloads/raspbian/
[22:48] <xs2> also no wifi support on rpi3 on freebsd
[22:48] <xs2> imagine that?
[22:48] <Habbie> right
[22:48] <Habbie> i can imagine that
[22:48] <xs2> I had to reconstruct my 'network layout'
[22:48] <Habbie> or add a usb wlan stick?
[22:48] <xs2> well I didn't have that at the time I just plugged the cable
[22:48] <Habbie> ack
[22:48] <shauno> yocto's kinda interesting for slim builds. I have one build that's about 60meg
[22:49] <shauno> (there's a lot of learning between A and B though)
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[22:49] <xs2> "going with stretch lite and removing what you don't need is the most sane approach"
[22:49] <xs2> removing once everything is installed, right?
[22:49] <Habbie> yes
[22:49] <Simonious> yes
[22:49] <Habbie> just boot it up, log in, clean up
[22:49] <Simonious> with apt
[22:49] <Habbie> or you know
[22:49] <Habbie> don't
[22:49] <Habbie> because it's small already
[22:50] <Habbie> and removing what little is there will just give you surprises later
[22:50] <xs2> nice
[22:50] <Simonious> quit making fun of this size of the distro
[22:50] <Habbie> i tend to clean up when i run out of space
[22:50] <Habbie> by then i probably installed 20 things i don't need anymore anyway
[22:50] <xs2> how big is your microSD?
[22:50] <xs2> mine is 16 GB
[22:50] <Simonious> Don't apply that policy to your kitchen counter
[22:50] <Habbie> typing at you from a 4gb sd right now
[22:50] <xs2> I never run out of space and I had raspbian with gui on it
[22:50] <Habbie> see
[22:50] <Habbie> stop worrying
[22:51] <Simonious> I'm on a 1.4G installation here
[22:51] <xs2> it's literally a fileserver I ssh into to get some files
[22:51] <xs2> that's all it has to do
[22:51] <xs2> no more
[22:51] <xs2> no less
[22:51] <Habbie> stop. worrying. :)
[22:51] <Habbie> i have 2.3GB used
[22:51] <Habbie> 0.7GB of that is irc logs
[22:51] <Habbie> so that leaves the 1.4GB Simonious mentioned ;)
[22:51] <Simonious> 4.4.88-ti-r125 GNU/Linux
[22:52] <xs2> I have a bunch of literature on the external HDD which is plugged into RPi
[22:52] <Habbie> oh you have an HDD
[22:52] <Habbie> even better
[22:52] <xs2> yea 320 GB
[22:52] <Habbie> you could even skip the SD
[22:52] <Habbie> if you cared
[22:52] <Habbie> which you shouldn't, much
[22:53] <xs2> nah, I feel safer having something inside all the time
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[23:15] <CannedSpinach> Habbie: are the RPi forums very responsive?
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[23:16] <Habbie> CannedSpinach, i've never used them but i understand they are
[23:16] <CannedSpinach> also which board is most appropriate for my problem
[23:16] <Habbie> no idea
[23:16] <CannedSpinach> sheesh
[23:16] <CannedSpinach> this is tough
[23:16] <CannedSpinach> man I hate it when this happens
[23:16] <Habbie> oh
[23:16] <CannedSpinach> today's my one day off this week and all I wanted was to get Samba working
[23:16] <Habbie> there might be a github repo
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[23:18] <CannedSpinach> git.samba.org you mean?
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[23:21] <Habbie> no i mean for raspi foundation raspbian
[23:21] <Habbie> to report that their samba build is broken
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[23:22] <CannedSpinach> so this? https://github.com/raspberrypi
[23:23] <Habbie> well i hoped it would be there but i don't see it there
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[23:24] <spacerabbit> https://designdesk.org/linux/setup-samba-smb its easy to setup
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[23:24] <spacerabbit> you're sure its not your setup though
[23:24] <Habbie> spacerabbit, CannedSpinach gets 'illegal instruction' suggesting the raspbian stretch samba package is broken
[23:24] <spacerabbit> ok
[23:24] <Habbie> but, that's what i could reason from over here
[23:24] <Habbie> many details i don't have
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[23:28] <CannedSpinach> yeah
[23:28] <CannedSpinach> I think I might just build Samba from source
[23:28] <Habbie> as i said, try rebuilding the package in that case
[23:28] <Habbie> to avoid a bunch of surprises
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[23:30] <CannedSpinach> Habbie: idk how to do that
[23:30] <Habbie> apt-get source
[23:31] <CannedSpinach> honestly if you have some reading material for me at this point I would appreciate it
[23:31] <Habbie> dpkg-buildpackage -rfakeroot
[23:31] <Habbie> a good howto will mention those two
[23:31] <CannedSpinach> so download the source code with apt-get, then dpkg-buildpackage in place of make?
[23:31] <Habbie> roughly
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[23:31] <Habbie> may have to change directory between the two
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[23:31] <Habbie> just giving you the terms to find docs
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[23:32] <CannedSpinach> how is that any different from using apt-get install though?
[23:32] <Habbie> we're assuming that they did something wrong when building
[23:32] <CannedSpinach> sorry I don't mean to be difficult
[23:32] <CannedSpinach> ah
[23:32] <Habbie> like, building in an emulated setup instead of on a real pi
[23:32] <Habbie> what model pi are you on?
[23:33] <CannedSpinach> so you would consider it unlikely that the error comes from the source code?
[23:33] <CannedSpinach> I'm on a Pi 3 Model B I believe
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[23:33] <Habbie> source code should not cause 'illegal instruction'
[23:33] <Habbie> pi3 rules out one theory sadly
[23:34] <Habbie> so know that my suggestion is just one of many possible experiments
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[23:34] <Habbie> another one of which is your suggestion involving 'make'
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[23:35] <CannedSpinach> alright
[23:36] <CannedSpinach> well I'll keep you up to date
[23:36] <Habbie> sure
[23:36] <Habbie> i'm not around always
[23:36] <Habbie> just keep your questions in the channel
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[23:41] <CannedSpinach> it just says I have to put some source URIs in my sources.list
[23:42] <Habbie> it should say # Uncomment line below then 'apt-get update' to enable 'apt-get source'
[23:42] <Habbie> in your sources.list
[23:42] <Habbie> do that, then run apt-get update
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[23:46] <Simonious> well.. I can say that the command I used is a lot slower than windisk imager *shrugs*
[23:46] <Simonious> (dd if=/dev/sdc1 of=/dev/sdd1 bs=128K conv=noerror,sync status=progress)
[23:46] <Simonious> actually this :
[23:46] <Simonious> dd if=/cygdrive/k of=/cygdrive/c/2018-1-9-raspbian.img conv=sparse,noerror,sync status=progress
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[23:56] <CannedSpinach> Habbie: sorry, this is my first time doing this. The command created a directory, a tar.xz, a tar.gz, and a .dsc. should I just ignore the files and cd into the directory?
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