#raspberrypi IRC Log

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IRC Log for 2018-01-12

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[0:51] <IanTLopp> I know there's support for the original Kinect to be found on the raspi, but is there support for the Kinect 2?
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[1:02] <Maai> IanTLopp: i would say if you can't find much luck on several search engines and come up with sparse information... if better be well good
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[1:02] <Maai> *it better be descriptive, as you may need to ask questions
[1:03] <IanTLopp> pardon me... I'll go stand in the corner with my brain dysfunction.
[1:03] <Maai> or research Kinect 2 obessively
[1:03] <IanTLopp> I was mistyping the name.
[1:03] <IanTLopp> it comes up first try with "raspberry pi kinect 2"
[1:03] <Maai> why the brain dysfunction?
[1:04] <IanTLopp> such an easy google search and I missed it somehow
[1:04] <IanTLopp> misspelled kinect
[1:04] <Maai> ha
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[1:05] <IanTLopp> I'm starting to read, but I don't see it directly. As the kinect 2 sends a LOT more data than the kinect 1.. I'm forced to wonder if it will be able to perform as smoothly as the kinect 1/raspberry pi matchup
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[1:05] <Maai> good words though. if you can't find information easily you need to be very good
[1:06] <Maai> or, no information? be interested!
[1:07] <IanTLopp> gives me another project for the odroid though (though it seems the odroid support comes in the form of robotics - the linux distro that supports the kinect 2 is geared around robotics)
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[1:07] <Maai> what data is sent? visual, sound, wireless?
[1:08] <IanTLopp> the kinect 2 has 2 cameras and a microphone array. a lot of the hard work is done by the kinect, but it still has to send a higher quality video signal over usb, so I *think* for that reason, it requires usb 3
[1:09] * Maai would like to know the linux dist.
[1:10] <IanTLopp> https://forum.odroid.com/viewtopic.php?f=95&t=16149 that's where I *very* briefly read about it.
[1:10] <IanTLopp> the odroid xu4 has usb 3.0
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[3:41] <willmore> Does the RPI have a capture/compare peripherial on the GPIO?
[3:42] <willmore> For measuring duration of signals precisely.
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[4:26] <myxenovia> hi
[4:26] <myxenovia> my phone is not detecing my raspberry pi bluetooth
[4:27] <myxenovia> but im able to pair it
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[4:35] <myxenovia> anyone help me
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[5:12] <noregret> i just installed a fresh stretch on an sd card, how can I enable ssh/set an ip without a screen? I read it somewhere once but can't remember
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[5:14] <Comet> noregret: did you already boot it up for the first time? if so, i think you can just take the SD card out, plug it in to another computer and edit your wpa_supplicant file if you're using wireless, or set a static IP in the /etc/dhcpd.conf file
[5:14] <Comet> and as far as SSH, there's a headless howto here for ya https://hackernoon.com/raspberry-pi-headless-install-462ccabd75d0
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[5:15] <Comet> might not need to take out the SD card if you can just find whatever is automatically assigned using your router.
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[5:18] <noregret> Comet: nope, didn't boot it yet
[5:18] <Comet> oh that's cool
[5:18] <noregret> Comet: and this is a rpi2 and will be just using eth0
[5:18] <Comet> perfect
[5:18] <Comet> sounds like you might not need to boot it up first
[5:19] <Comet> just put that ssh file on the root of the SD card there like in that HOWTO
[5:19] <noregret> ah so just an empty ssh file
[5:19] <noregret> cool
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[5:19] <noregret> and is dhcp automatically set for eth0?
[5:19] <Comet> boot 'er up, login to your router, and check your dhcp leases
[5:19] <Comet> yea it should be
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[5:20] <noregret> great
[5:20] <noregret> will try it out
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[5:29] <noregret> worked nicely
[5:29] <Comet> that's killer
[5:29] <Comet> i'll need to try that myself on the next headless dealio
[5:30] <michael33> dammit...ppl here really believe in dinosaurs?
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[5:36] <Cromaglious_> https://ibb.co/foJ0xR rpi3 w 5" touch screen
[5:37] <michael33> Cromaglious_: Can it display a dinasaur?
[5:37] <michael33> nice image quality btw
[5:38] <Comet> Cromaglious_ got yourself a dang little computer!
[5:38] <Cromaglious_> wish my 7" screen was here
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[5:40] <Solarbaby> I'm still up in the air with how much im going to spend and how large my screen will be. so far I know I like that gigachick one I think its called .. yeah maybe the name is wrong. Its HD and 15.6 I think
[5:41] <Solarbaby> USB powered and HDMI input
[5:42] <Solarbaby> probably about $400 without accessories
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[5:43] <Solarbaby> I think a USB powered monitor would be awesome for the PI so long as its got a real HDMI input
[5:43] <Comet> michael33 tell me your dinosaur theory
[5:43] <Comet> no more beating around the bush
[5:44] <Comet> Solarbaby have you tried any of those LVDS conversion things?
[5:44] <Solarbaby> not yet
[5:44] <Comet> curious to see how well they work.
[5:44] <Solarbaby> I think I'm going to have to spend a lot of money on a mobile monitor
[5:44] <Comet> i had an old Nexus 7 2013 i wanted to try using the screen, but it's not quite LVDS.
[5:45] <Solarbaby> I want something nice
[5:45] <Cromaglious_> My 5" is HDMI, 26pin to the GPIO header for the touch though
[5:45] <Solarbaby> my eyes need something no smaller then 11 inch
[5:45] <Comet> Cromaglious_ that looks like one of the Juvtmall models
[5:45] <Comet> or something similar
[5:46] <Comet> i think a lot of companies used the same one.
[5:46] <Comet> they do work pretty dang well
[5:46] <Comet> Solarbaby whatcha using your Pi for?
[5:47] <Solarbaby> retropi + kodi + terminal and a bit of web browsing.. its mostly a webserver though
[5:47] <Solarbaby> I use berryboot so its all within reach
[5:47] <Comet> all-around funbox
[5:47] <Solarbaby> I love the PI
[5:47] <Solarbaby> I just love it
[5:48] <Comet> they are fantastic little machines. sometimes i feel like i just barely scratch the surface with what they're capable of.
[5:48] <Comet> lots of cool projects out there. sometimes ideas just come to ya.
[5:48] <Solarbaby> a podcaster named Bryan Lunduke inspired me to use a pi as a debian / ubuntu offline repository so I did that
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[5:49] <Cromaglious_> This one is going to be a Shipping computer.
[5:49] <Comet> hey that's not a bad idea
[5:49] <Solarbaby> yeah Bryan was onto something sweet there..
[5:49] <Solarbaby> Pi Servers are great
[5:49] <Comet> fortunate to have all gens of the Pi. my Pi 1 is still sitting here running an IRC bouncer and an eggdrop bot with a little AI script and some blackjack haha
[5:50] <Solarbaby> heheh
[5:50] <Comet> they're great little irc boxes
[5:50] <Solarbaby> I'd say they are perfect for nearly anything but windows
[5:50] <Solarbaby> that felt good to say that
[5:51] <Comet> Solarbaby does your web server run pretty solid? i put nginx and mysql on my pi 2 not too long ago.
[5:51] <Comet> but it would reboot randomly.
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[5:51] <Comet> like it was running out of resources and just shut off or something
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[5:51] <Solarbaby> My pi in general runs rock solid most of the time. I just stick to the rules of keeping it busy but never too busy and i run it off ssd
[5:51] <Solarbaby> I do reboot often.. its just life with a pi
[5:52] <Solarbaby> I think berryboot still needs you to reboot to save everything anyway so its normal usage to reboot if you use berryboot
[5:53] <Solarbaby> comet, mysql hits my cpu hard while running my webserver
[5:53] <Solarbaby> 1 full core gets 100% with just mysql
[5:53] <Comet> that must have made it get hot i bet.
[5:53] <Solarbaby> yeah
[5:53] <Cromaglious_> now need to dupe the SD card to get the other going
[5:54] <Comet> i was making a little web-based POS system. just playin around nothing serious.
[5:54] <Comet> and used a real simple mysql db
[5:54] <Comet> but it would def just reboot every few hours
[5:54] <Solarbaby> mine is stable.. it just keeps that core at 100%
[5:55] <Solarbaby> I guess thats just how it is
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[5:55] <Comet> do you use a heatsink or anything
[5:55] <Solarbaby> not yet.. but I want to buy a better case
[5:55] <Solarbaby> maybe i'll get a fancy heatsink case
[5:56] <Comet> that's def my next goal as well. i need to enlist some help to design a case some how haha. i have a bunch of random parts i want to throw in a box and cut out the proper IO
[5:56] <Solarbaby> sounds about where Im at too
[5:57] <Solarbaby> I was at the thrift store today trying to build ideas
[5:57] <Solarbaby> didn't see anything useful today
[5:57] <Comet> little portable synthesizer. has a 5" touchscreen and a USB DAC that i'm somewhat disassembling
[5:57] <Comet> and a USB hub
[5:57] <Comet> just want it all shoved in a box somehow
[5:57] <Solarbaby> yup
[5:57] <Comet> you know i saw this the other day and thought it might work with the right tools...
[5:57] <Comet> bear with me.
[5:57] <michael33> Comet: i logged into this channel and read a log from an old chat thinking it was recent:
[5:57] <michael33> [02:45] <[Saint]> You can take your pick of brutally fast but amazingly fragile birds, or dinosaurs.
[5:57] <Solarbaby> ok
[5:58] <Comet> Solarbaby: http://a.co/8deZSOY
[5:58] <Solarbaby> thanks
[5:58] <Comet> it's one of those generic junction boxes
[5:58] <Comet> about 6" x 9"
[5:59] <Comet> but i'm thinkin with the right cutting tools and measurements, it might work
[5:59] <Comet> might need some riser pads to stuff in there to make sure the pi + touchscreen fits nice and snug at the top
[5:59] <Solarbaby> that would be pretty awesome
[6:00] <Solarbaby> I'm thinking I might be looking for a really small form factor pc case that I can repurpose
[6:00] <Comet> that would definitely look much better aethestically.
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[6:00] <Solarbaby> I don't have tools to play around with hard metal
[6:01] <Solarbaby> Yeah
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[6:07] <Comet> Solarbaby you know i always see thinclients selling for dirt cheap on eBay
[6:07] <Comet> those little cases are kinda cool
[6:08] <Comet> like this: https://www.ebay.com/itm/Dell-Wyse-5010-DX0D-AMD-G-T48E-1-40GHz-Thin-Client/382322225046?epid=660803678&hash=item59042e2f96:g:BOMAAOSwbtNaRAy8
[6:08] <Comet> freakin $19.99. that's redonk
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[6:32] <Solarbaby> Comet: not bad..
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[11:34] <Haxxa> Hey Guys I recently setup retropie to use HDMI instead of RCA composite output for my Car Game System. It seems to work on my TV but its not detected in my car. Chromecast works in the car so I know HDMI is working
[11:35] <Haxxa> What config flags should I change such that HDMI is detected?
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[11:48] <gordonDrogon> Haxxa, force hdmi in /boot/config.txt
[11:48] <gordonDrogon> if you edit it, there are usually comments to tell you what to do.
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[11:49] <Haxxa> gordonDrogon, already forced it but its still not detceted
[11:49] <Haxxa> I was thinking of applying the flag to push more power
[11:50] <gordonDrogon> won't hurst.
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[11:50] <gordonDrogon> *hurt.
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[13:50] <norlevo> is raspberrypi3 useable as a media server or is it too slow?
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[14:01] <Lartza> kind of too slow
[14:02] <Lartza> bad networking, bad IO, slow CPU
[14:03] <norlevo> I got some heatsinks, I'll try that I guess then....I see internet recommends Kodi or something called Plex
[14:03] <norlevo> is one better than the other?
[14:03] <Lartza> why would heatsinks matter?
[14:03] <Lartza> you are never going to get transcoding and the network is limited to under 100mbit
[14:03] <norlevo> for cpu
[14:03] <Lartza> plex media server or plex home theater?
[14:04] <Lartza> pms is not available for the pi officially
[14:04] <norlevo> ok
[14:04] <Lartza> Kodi also isn't really a media server
[14:04] <Lartza> more like a media center
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[14:05] <norlevo> what's the difference?
[14:05] <Lartza> The one serves media, the other you plug to your TV and control with a remot to watch media
[14:06] <norlevo> the lather sounds exactly like what I want, I'll do the media center thing then
[14:06] <Lartza> Then you aren't really looking for a media server at all
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[14:07] <Lartza> Plex will require a plex media server running somewhere for it to connect to afaik, Kodi can run without a server but you have to get the media to it somehow of course
[14:07] <Lartza> look into libreelec, osmc, and openelec for kodi and rasplex for plex
[14:07] <norlevo> I will, thanks a lot for the help!
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[14:09] <Lartza> seems plex media player is available for the rpi too, I never used it since it was Plex Pass only when I used Plex
[14:11] <RoyK> hm - new pi out - Raspberry Pi Zero WH (with pre-soldered header)
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[14:11] <RoyK> seems the only diff between that and Zero W is the pre-soldered header
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[14:12] <RoyK> although the price is higher, and it lets me add >1 on the webshop on thepihut.com
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[14:17] <BurtyB> RoyK, modmypi have done pi zero and w with headers in multiples for a while :)
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[14:58] <RoyK> BurtyB: I know - would have thought it should take more than a presoldered header to give it a new version number
[14:58] <RoyK> it's not like it really akes long to solder it either
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[15:11] <bobstro> i suspect the soldered headers make it a better fit for school projects.
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[15:22] <gordonDrogon> also think its a way for the shops to get marginally more profit on them.
[15:22] <bobstro> i know some shops were offering to solder the headers for a few bucks. this might actually undercut them.
[15:22] <gordonDrogon> which, given the quality of soldering I've seen on Pi 0's is no bad thing, really.
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[15:23] <bobstro> true, although there's nothing like diving in with an iron to get someone past that initial fear.
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[15:31] <pwillard> True. Just do it
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[15:34] <gordonDrogon> but not on a Pi 0 for the first time...
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[15:47] <gordonDrogon> ah, seems they're soldered in the factory rather than by the vendors.
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[15:49] <gordonDrogon> wow. �4 and a bit more at Pimoroni ...
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[15:52] <chisight> if you don't know how to solder and are afraid to learn, that's cheaper than some of the options.
[15:53] <chisight> teachers can solder their own, but for kids at home it could be an unsolvable issue. parents say no iron, you're stuck.
[15:54] <gordonDrogon> I've soldered many for people at local events in the past.
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[15:59] <turtlehat> hey guys, i m trying to build a circuit that will allow me to detect water drops falling on a surface with a piezo
[16:00] <turtlehat> how do Imake an amplifier for the piezo?
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[16:03] <gordonDrogon> first of all you connect a storage scope to the output of the sensor and see what it's currently producing.
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[16:04] <gordonDrogon> then you read up on amplifier theory - a simple op-amp connected to a schmitt -> SR flip/flop will probably suffice.
[16:04] <gordonDrogon> the computer at this point is immaterial, but once you have reliable pulses then you might want to consider what to count them with.
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[16:06] <gordonDrogon> you might find the piezo sensor outputs a sufficiently high voltage anyway - so then you want to look for a fast zener diode to protect the Pi's input pins.
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[16:24] <darkdrgn2k> hi all
[16:25] <darkdrgn2k> anyone know if there is a way to connect a mpcie board to a raspbery pi (ie mcpie to usb adapters)
[16:25] <chisight> even if the piezo doesn't output much voltage, you want to use protection diodes because if someone taps on it, it will blow the inputs of the op amp.
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[16:30] <BurtyB> darkdrgn2k, just buy an adapter board? (assuming the device uses usb data not pci)
[16:31] <darkdrgn2k> hmm probaboly not
[16:31] <darkdrgn2k> ok guess im on the hunt for a SBC that supports mpcie then
[16:31] <darkdrgn2k> (usb wireless adapters just suck for distance :P)
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[16:34] <Habbie> darkdrgn2k, what problem are you trying to solve?
[16:34] <darkdrgn2k> Habbie, better wireless distance over 5ghz
[16:36] <Habbie> darkdrgn2k, how does mpcie help there?
[16:37] <darkdrgn2k> hardware availablibity lol
[16:37] <Habbie> surely you can buy usb wifi dongles with an antenna connector
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[16:37] <darkdrgn2k> sure we got them :)
[16:38] <darkdrgn2k> example we got a device that runs about 30-40 mbps at a fairly short distance
[16:38] <darkdrgn2k> , 10 meters apart the speed starts to degrade even over los
[16:39] <darkdrgn2k> we spoke to a group that uses mpcie ath9k adapters and where able to do 100+ Mbps over 11s over 500 m test in Argentina using 11dbi antennas
[16:39] <darkdrgn2k> but they where mpcie
[16:40] <darkdrgn2k> for 2.4 ghz for example the best usb dongle we found for distance is the TP-LINK TL-WN722N
[16:41] <darkdrgn2k> but honestly good 5ghz seems to be hard to find
[16:41] <darkdrgn2k> 0in usb format)
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[16:41] <IanTLopp> OMG... this is the coolest thing I'll never use! https://www.adafruit.com/product/1289
[16:42] <darkdrgn2k> if you have any suggestins (especially working 5ac boards) id love to know about it
[16:43] <darkdrgn2k> anyway it SEEMS like mpcie wireless boarsd are stronger then usb ?!?!?
[16:44] <Habbie> i can't think of a good reason for that
[16:44] <darkdrgn2k> i cant either, and i'd love to be proven wrong, but so far no joy!
[16:45] <IanTLopp> darkdrgn2k and Habbie, what are you two talking about?
[16:45] <Habbie> wifi
[16:45] <darkdrgn2k> IanTLopp. in general better range wireless devices...
[16:46] <darkdrgn2k> specifically anyway to get mcpie working on a pi, or any suggestions of a SCB that has mpcie !
[16:46] <darkdrgn2k> OR any usb devices that have a strong signal
[16:47] <IanTLopp> ahh... at first I was thinking it was fast response to my link, but it started making less and less sense..
[16:47] <IanTLopp> I walked in in the middle of a discussion. heh, oh well.
[16:48] <darkdrgn2k> IanTLopp, its a thermal printer.. cool...
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[16:49] <IanTLopp> darkdrgn2k: well for raspberry pi... I think it's awesome just... I have NO IDEA what I'd print with it.
[16:49] <IanTLopp> it's like getting a 3d cake printer and being a diabetic (well I wish there was a 3d cake printer)
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[16:50] <darkdrgn2k> you dont evfen need a printer, just grab a roll of thermal paper and a stick :P
[16:50] <darkdrgn2k> and start writing on it lol
[16:50] <IanTLopp> heh
[16:51] <darkdrgn2k> but yeh there could be cool applications for a thermal printer attached to a pi
[16:51] <darkdrgn2k> so anyone know if the ARE any 802.11ac usb dongles out there that work with rpi
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[16:59] <darkdrgn2k> also it seems the only AC adapters that work (ath10k) are all mcpie!
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[17:06] <bobstro> i've only researched a bit, but most of the AC adapters that work require compiling drivers.
[17:06] <darkdrgn2k> yeh and 1/2 of those dont work
[17:06] <bobstro> an adapter with an external antenna might help.
[17:06] <darkdrgn2k> but the ath10k is actualy part of mainline kernel
[17:07] <darkdrgn2k> bobstro: yeh we have those...
[17:07] <darkdrgn2k> bobstro: but one of the issues i have is i dont understnad how to position the antenans cause i dont understand wht they do.. there seems to be so much contradictory information out there
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[17:10] <bobstro> well, the antennas are going to be omnis (omnidirectional) unless you specifically installed something else, so try to keep direct line-of-sight between the RPi and the AP antennas, or if you must move them around, minimize penetration through walls. Metal and water (pipes) play havoc with coverage.
[17:10] <bobstro> if distance is your issue, you might be able to use directional antennas on either the AP (sector antennas or panels) or RPi adapter.
[17:11] <realies> want to charge a gopro with a pi but it goes in mass storage mode for data transfer and it's not usable
[17:11] <bobstro> the antenna on the RPi3 and W is pretty poor. just using an external adapter might help if you're in a fringe coverage area.
[17:11] <realies> can i pretend the pi usb port to be a charger?
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[17:15] <bobstro> you could try a "usb condom" adapter which essentially has the data pins disconnected.
[17:16] <bobstro> darkdrgn2k: what distances and what sort of terrain are you trying to cover?
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[17:17] <darkdrgn2k> bobstro: well we are trying a bunch of differnt items here for a vary number of conditions
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[17:18] <bobstro> big coverage area, or tough interior environment?
[17:18] <darkdrgn2k> its part of a project we are working on to build a MESH network, so some of it will be omni directional access points, where others may be omini directional 80211s or adhoc connections to mesh with other devices
[17:18] <darkdrgn2k> and yet others be backhaul links between buildings
[17:18] <bobstro> ah, that gets into very different areas.
[17:18] <darkdrgn2k> currently for the backhaul links we are testing the Ubiquity and Microtiks
[17:18] <bobstro> external antennas can still help.
[17:18] <bobstro> you want fat pipe for backhaul, yeah.
[17:19] <darkdrgn2k> but speaking with the libraRouter people they have some expeiance in hardware
[17:19] <bobstro> i've read good things about ubiquity.
[17:19] <darkdrgn2k> the 5ac we got 250mbps over 1/2 km link
[17:19] <darkdrgn2k> although that drops in point to multi poin
[17:19] <bobstro> repeater hops will kill throughput too
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[17:23] <darkdrgn2k> bobstro: well to be honestly because were running some pritty heavy encryption on the nodes the bottle neck is the cpu. Onn a Pi3 were only pulling about 89mbps max
[17:24] <darkdrgn2k> bobstro: the current problem is still finding devices that can go the distances in terms of spaces I knwo antenns can help but
[17:24] <darkdrgn2k> i tried a 2.4 ghz yagi over 1/2 km
[17:25] <darkdrgn2k> must not be poitned correctly cause although it can see each other the trhoghput is >1mbps
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[17:28] <darkdrgn2k> (or they are from china and actualy a pair of sticks painted silver!)
[17:29] <gordonDrogon> wireless backhaul... fun fun fun :)
[17:29] <bobstro> you do have to align yagi. panels are a bit more forgiving.
[17:29] <gordonDrogon> did that once.
[17:30] <gordonDrogon> longest 5.x GHz link we had was 17 miles, longest 2.4Ghz was 6 miles.
[17:30] <bobstro> open-air with unobstructed line-of-sight?
[17:31] <bobstro> 1/2km should definitely not be a problem
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[17:32] <darkdrgn2k> bobstro, the ubiquities where a dream. we tested the sector antennas and the more directional ones
[17:32] <darkdrgn2k> point it in the general direction and BOOM donr
[17:32] <darkdrgn2k> the yagi attached to a tp link usb adapter though is a nightmare atm
[17:32] <bobstro> antenna leads short?
[17:32] <darkdrgn2k> fairly...
[17:33] <bobstro> saw someone stick a 50' cable run on a little 2dBi antenna, didn't work too well
[17:33] <darkdrgn2k> LOL
[17:33] <gordonDrogon> I was providing 'broadband' for up to 200 people in one location and 50 in another back then.
[17:33] <gordonDrogon> this was 12-15 years back.
[17:33] <bobstro> broadband was quite the buzzword!
[17:33] <bobstro> WISP?
[17:34] <gordonDrogon> it was a wireless internet service provider, yes.
[17:34] <darkdrgn2k> https://github.com/tomeshnet/documents/blob/master/technical/20171216_ubiquiti-winter-test.md that the results of the first round of testing
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[17:34] <darkdrgn2k> the cable is about 1/2 the length of the pole in the pictures
[17:34] <gordonDrogon> it's something I will never, ever, do again.
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[17:35] <bobstro> i don't think i'd want to try doing an ISP at all!
[17:35] <gordonDrogon> I did have some nice graphs - of signal quaility going down in spring when trees grew leaves..
[17:35] <darkdrgn2k> lol intersting
[17:35] <darkdrgn2k> we wanted to see what happens durring snow
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[17:36] <bobstro> foliage is fun
[17:36] <bobstro> snow shouldn't be too bad unless you're talking blizzard
[17:36] <gordonDrogon> ah, snow. the 17 mile link was a pair of parabolic dishes - the one on top of the hills would go down when it snowed - mostly due to the dish filling up with snow.
[17:36] <darkdrgn2k> http://node1.e-mesh.net:3000/dashboard/db/ubiqiuty
[17:36] <bobstro> piles o' snow... yeah, like leaves
[17:36] <darkdrgn2k> gordonDrogon: PAM cooking spray :)
[17:37] <bobstro> we had a customer who set up a nice link... then had someone put a panel in front of it.
[17:37] <darkdrgn2k> bobstro, basically water... both are water :P
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[17:37] <bobstro> yup. bad news with 2.4G esp.
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[17:38] <bobstro> the panel wasn't water!
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[17:38] <darkdrgn2k> i was looking at the 900 mhz stuff they h ave now.. can go through some light trees and hits 150 mbps!
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[17:38] <bobstro> so you're having issues from the end-nodes (RPis) connecting, but rest is OK?
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[17:38] <bobstro> 900MHz tends to be low bandwidth though.
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[17:38] <darkdrgn2k> bobstro: yes they still got it up to 150!
[17:38] <darkdrgn2k> well the ubq works wonderfull
[17:39] <bobstro> interesting. lots of serial-speed 900 MHz unlicensed for SCADA, but always low speed.
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[17:39] <darkdrgn2k> well the ubiq work great,
[17:39] <bobstro> are your RPis moving around, or fixed?
[17:39] <bobstro> affixing directional antenna to a helmet comes to mind...
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[17:40] <darkdrgn2k> thje pis wherent the real problem.. i found in the following test that the connection from the balcony to the inside was a problem and not the cold or anything
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[17:40] <darkdrgn2k> (second test solved that problem)
[17:40] <darkdrgn2k> im looking for wireless cards that can preform as well as routers bascilly
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[17:41] <bobstro> ah, OK. TBH, i gave up on using the RPi and bought a $40 GLi travel router with external antennas.
[17:41] <gordonDrogon> we used Linux boxes as routers.
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[17:42] <bobstro> linux will perform well, but the RPi maybe not so much.
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[17:42] <bobstro> (GLi are OpenWRT)
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[17:42] <darkdrgn2k> we actually got these badboys
[17:42] <darkdrgn2k> https://github.com/phillymesh/802.11s-adapters/blob/master/toplinkst-rt5572/RT5572%20wifi%20module%20Approvesheet.pdf
[17:42] <gordonDrogon> trying to think what the spec. was, however our fibre uplink was only 10Mb/sec, so it wasn't really an issue.
[17:42] <darkdrgn2k> only N but dual uf antenna plugs:)
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[17:42] <bobstro> i've got some nanopi and orangepi boards to test, but haven't had a chance yet. i'm hoping external antennas will be better.
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[17:43] <darkdrgn2k> well the onboard zero pi wireless is garbage due to poor driver and no datasheet, it wont do more the 10mbps
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[17:44] <bobstro> not a surprise. underwhelmed with the orange pi so far.
[17:44] <gordonDrogon> I've had ~40Mb/sec out of a Pi v3. The zero ought to be identical.
[17:44] <darkdrgn2k> bobstro, depends what you need it for and make sure you run armbian!
[17:44] <darkdrgn2k> gordonDrogon, not the ORANGE PI ZERO
[17:44] <bobstro> using armbian when i figured out dietpi was using their kernel.
[17:44] * iKarith had high hopes he'd found an RTC that would fit in the flirc case. No such luck. :(
[17:44] <darkdrgn2k> gordonDrogon, unless you are talking about the ORANGE PI ZERO PLUSE H5 they its more like the rpi3
[17:45] <gordonDrogon> ah, the orange one.
[17:45] <bobstro> mine's the H2... not impressive.
[17:45] <gordonDrogon> no - I've no idea about them - don't care either.
[17:45] <darkdrgn2k> the rpi zero is missing the fpu we need :P
[17:45] <darkdrgn2k> bobstro: depends what you want to run on it, for our needs we found that the h2 only runs abour 20mbps slower then the rpi3
[17:45] <iKarith> I like the flirc case even for my non-overclocked Pis because it's heavy enough that it doesn't slide around all over the place with wires connected everywhere. :)
[17:45] <darkdrgn2k> whast funny is the h5 runs the same speed :P
[17:46] <bobstro> flirc case is gorgeous, and cools better than a lot of the noisy fan solutions.
[17:46] <bobstro> is it worth paying double+ for the H5? any real performance gains?
[17:46] <iKarith> bobstro: but no RTC module I've found fits it without soldering some kind of jumper wires to it.
[17:46] <bobstro> (headless server usage)
[17:47] <darkdrgn2k> bobstro: in our tests no, i also tried the neo pi nano plus that run the h5. the orange pi h5 actualy preformed a bit better
[17:47] <darkdrgn2k> bobstro: also tehre are TWO plus one with a etehrent one without. the one without has a better wifi while the one with ethrenet has the same crappy wifi but gigabit ethernet
[17:48] <bobstro> orange pi has that router board with 2X ethernet, but only 256 MB RAM and i read it's a turd.
[17:49] <bobstro> i've got a ubiquiti edgerouter as my firewall now, but have been looking at replacing it with ... something.
[17:49] <iKarith> bobstro: just about all of the orange and banana pi boards leave me scratching my head.
[17:49] <darkdrgn2k> one is 100 the other is gige
[17:49] <darkdrgn2k> the reality though is that your better of getting somethgn with native sata for a file server
[17:50] <darkdrgn2k> remember you get waht you pay for.. orange pi ar 7 bucks raspbery pis are 50!
[17:50] <iKarith> I find myself just asking, why would you want that exact combination of … just why?
[17:50] <bobstro> iKarith: combination of what?
[17:50] <iKarith> bobstro: depends on the board.
[17:50] <darkdrgn2k> depends on your need too
[17:50] <iKarith> they all seem to have something that makes me say, "Oh, that'd be useful…
[17:51] <iKarith> But then I look at the rest and realize they've neutered it.
[17:51] <bobstro> i've put a rock64 into use as a NAS and it's performing well enough. seems faster in casual testing than the RPi 3B, so I assume GBE & USB3 are helping.
[17:51] <darkdrgn2k> i got a pair of rocks on order to test out :)
[17:51] <iKarith> odroid boards have been a bit better about that.
[17:52] <bobstro> iKarith: i think the problem is that the RPi is so good so many things that they have to pick and choose what to compete on. emulation & video, network or disk speeds. too much, and rpi stays cheaper.
[17:52] <iKarith> The one thing I really wish the Pi 3 had was more RAM.
[17:52] <bobstro> have read good things about odroid, but they seem to be out of stock. sort of like RPi Zero.
[17:53] <iKarith> But the odroids cost a bit more, and in the case of the XU4 a lot more.
[17:53] <bobstro> would just like to stay below the $200 mark for the nice SBC router boards.
[17:53] <darkdrgn2k> i just wish somethign had mpcie on it :P
[17:53] <darkdrgn2k> the only thing i foudn was the expressobinm
[17:53] <IanTLopp> bobstro: I'd recommend getting an XU4 from amazon
[17:53] <IanTLopp> if you get extra accessories (as long as they're all from the odroid market on amazon), they'll reduce shipping costs tremendously.
[17:53] <iKarith> Of course where odroid makes you bleed is those damned emmc modules
[17:54] <IanTLopp> I got a whole setup for $129ish, and that was with about $11 shipping.
[17:54] <iKarith> 128GB microsd or … what, 16GB emmc? :)
[17:54] <IanTLopp> iKarith, truth.
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[17:54] <iKarith> I get the emmc is way faster, that's fine, I understand that.
[17:55] <darkdrgn2k> see thast what i dont get abotu the opizero 2mb MMC .. WHY!
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[17:55] <IanTLopp> this odroid isn't doing exactly what I want, but I intended to have one setup for a NAS and plex server, so in the end, it will still get used.
[17:55] <iKarith> darkdrgn2k: I could use 2MB for some bare metal stuff
[17:55] <darkdrgn2k> iKarith: you cant even fit a linux distro on that!
[17:56] <iKarith> But the bare metal stuff isn't going to use all those peripherals
[17:56] <bobstro> not finding XU4 on Amazon ATM
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[17:56] <deww> pi zeros out of stock? i always see them in stock
[17:56] <deww> mmm
[17:56] <iKarith> darkdrgn2k: you could have your / read-only and use a 2MB writable state?
[17:56] <IanTLopp> damn.. someone must have bought a bunch recently. they were there earlier today.
[17:56] <darkdrgn2k> the rpi hjard hard to come by
[17:57] <iKarith> deww: when they were new
[17:57] <deww> iKarith: yeah true.
[17:57] <deww> but i've been lucky and always have found them in stock in store
[17:58] <IanTLopp> iKarith: you're wanting raspi zeroes as well?
[17:58] <bobstro> zeros were unicorns until Microcenter started getting them in bulk. life is good if you've got one nearby, but a lot of people are still digging for them.
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[17:58] <darkdrgn2k> but i found them very slow
[17:58] <IanTLopp> bobstro: no microcenter for me :(
[17:58] <darkdrgn2k> a neo pi or ornage pi zero preforme better :P
[17:58] <IanTLopp> darkdrgn2k: the zero?
[17:58] <deww> bobstro: yea. life is good for me in that aspect
[17:58] <darkdrgn2k> rpi zero is a rpi 2 chip
[17:58] <deww> rpi1
[17:58] <darkdrgn2k> oh my bad :P
[17:58] <IanTLopp> performance without support is bleh
[17:59] <deww> rpi2 would be sweet
[17:59] <darkdrgn2k> IanTLopp: depends what you need to do. the armbian guys are pritty good with stuf they can be
[17:59] <bobstro> IanTLopp: exactly. with RPi, support is usually readily available. others you're on your own a bit.
[17:59] <IanTLopp> I'm happy with the the pi zero as it is.
[17:59] <darkdrgn2k> IanTLopp: if your looking at a wireless onboard. yeh it sux..
[17:59] <IanTLopp> bobstro: been asking for help just doing a dual boot on odroid for a few days now - no such luck
[18:00] <bobstro> zero is great for portable little gizmos, print servers and such. don't need or want much more.
[18:00] <IanTLopp> deww: the zero is touted as 40% faster than a raspi1
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[18:00] <IanTLopp> bobstro: security cameras
[18:00] <deww> IanTLopp: oh. it's because it's overclocked by default.
[18:00] <darkdrgn2k> bobstro: but then you dont neen >10mbps anyway for wifi soo all good lol
[18:00] <IanTLopp> deww: ahh, didn't know.
[18:00] <bobstro> i think the difference is that the chips are more reliable so they can set higher default clocks.
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[18:01] <IanTLopp> well I'm trying to set up about 10 rpizero cameras for constant recording and delivery to a NAS
[18:02] <deww> IanTLopp: i've had terrible luck with the official case and the short little ribbon. you have any troubles with it at all?
[18:02] <bobstro> have you tried motionpi?
[18:02] <IanTLopp> bobstro: nope... it's not for security, so I don't need motion sensing.. it's either on or off.
[18:02] <IanTLopp> when I tell it.
[18:02] <deww> i got a camera and it basically took one before before it stopped worked. not sure if all that disconnecting caused an issue or i had a bad camera
[18:02] <deww> took one picture even
[18:03] <IanTLopp> deww: I've used the camera on mine pretty decently, but now I'm trying to get more serious with it.
[18:03] <darkdrgn2k> yeht he onboard camera on the orange pi suck
[18:03] <darkdrgn2k> and the zero doesnt even have one
[18:03] <darkdrgn2k> i manged to get one wroking for my 3d printer lol
[18:04] <bobstro> cameras are very sensitive to ESD. i stick mine in a case ASAP.
[18:04] <bobstro> i was using the original back on my old Bs as bird cameras.
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[18:04] <bobstro> they work, but aren't very flexible.
[18:05] <IanTLopp> I'm buying up some raspi zero w kits with the official case and noir camera
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[18:05] <iKarith> IanTLopp: At this point, no. I have a Pi Zero … I don't know if it's a W or not, but I haven't really got much use for it at the moment.
[18:05] <darkdrgn2k> i somehow zapped 2 camera no idea how
[18:05] <darkdrgn2k> dont recognize anymore :(
[18:06] <IanTLopp> add to that a red led to show recording, a small servo to move an IR filter over the lens, a focus knob, and a 16GB card, and I have my camera setup
[18:06] <IanTLopp> then just need to find a way to mount them.
[18:06] <iKarith> The zero is just not fast enough
[18:06] <iKarith> the 3 is fine
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[18:07] <IanTLopp> iKarith: depends upon what is needed - the zero does EXACTLY what I want for a 16-bit emulation console, as well as for these cameras.. at least in theory on the camera.
[18:07] <IanTLopp> haven't tested its NAS wireless backup
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[18:07] <bobstro> wouldn't have much hope for a wireless NAS!
[18:07] <iKarith> I imagine the zero is fine for emulating SNES/Genesis/NeoGeo
[18:08] <IanTLopp> iKarith: which is what I mean by a 16-bit emulation console.
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[18:08] <IanTLopp> building it into an SNES controller is just cool. but I have much better in mind.
[18:08] <iKarith> But … while I've done the Pi emulation box thingy, the idea that the RPi is a Kodi/RetroPie box and that's pretty much the main purpose for one? Kinda disappointing.
[18:08] <IanTLopp> iKarith: look at adafruit sometime... there's a LOT more to be done with a pi.
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[18:08] <IanTLopp> also - check The Ben Heck Show on youtube - he has a lot of raspi projects.
[18:08] <iKarith> I sometimes think that's 1%
[18:09] <IanTLopp> 1%?
[18:09] <iKarith> the other 99% is retropie :)
[18:09] <deww> iKarith: not exactly excting, i';v ea friend using his rpi + camera to watch is 3d printer
[18:09] <IanTLopp> for what the average person does with it maybe, but you don't HAVE to do that.
[18:09] <bobstro> getting a 3d printer, so will be looking at that myself.
[18:09] <deww> retropie is prob the "easiest" and i admit that's what my pi does most of the time :D
[18:09] <iKarith> deww: I've seen people using Pi + fakeduino to build 3D printers :)
[18:09] <bobstro> zero is great if you're doing hardware tinkering, probably nice for elaborate cosplay and such.
[18:10] <IanTLopp> deww: I've got a pi zero w for that purpose as well. tempted to switch out to a pi3, because the pi3 can then be setup to be the controller board, of a sort, for the printer as well.
[18:10] <iKarith> That's a little more exciting I suppose.
[18:10] <IanTLopp> it's weird, and so far seems to speed up 3d printing speeds decently.
[18:10] <IanTLopp> bobstro: yeah, those eyes are amazing!
[18:10] <deww> iKarith: lol even better. my projects are bad and i should feel bad (but i don't). nothing exciting for me.
[18:10] <deww> i have a pi at my parent's place so I can ssh in / monitor internet outages
[18:11] <IanTLopp> iKarith: I'm contemplating doing a face tracking camera setup with a pi zero.
[18:11] <bobstro> had an extra zero, made it into a virtual window/aquarium.
[18:11] <iKarith> Printing is slow enough that you don't need the arduino, but he had it set up for the arduino to basically handle real-time sensing/control and controls it with the Pi.
[18:11] <IanTLopp> bobstro: tempted to do one of those smart mirrors.
[18:11] <bobstro> they're great for signage.
[18:11] <iKarith> Mostly the Pi gave him a nifty interface.
[18:11] <iKarith> He's got a 7" touchscreen GUI on his printer :D
[18:11] <IanTLopp> oh, and iKarith: if you're not familiar with the lightberry - check that @#$% out!
[18:12] <iKarith> I'd love to see more stuff like that.
[18:12] <bobstro> IanTLopp: i'd like to display that info over a video. i think it can be done fairly easily with html these days,but haven't gotten into it.
[18:12] <darkdrgn2k> i alwasy wanted to make a pi controlled thermostat
[18:12] <IanTLopp> darkdrgn2k: NEST for me... spensive it may be - but google home integration is beautiful
[18:12] <iKarith> Regarding Ben Heck, I showed him a rare and cheap talking DMM in October
[18:12] <IanTLopp> talking DMM?
[18:12] <darkdrgn2k> nest to muh cloud
[18:13] <bobstro> can imagine the meter telling me "you're doing it wrong"
[18:13] <iKarith> IanTLopp: yeah, it's pretty cool. I wouldn't recommend it for anything you don't know to have relatively low/safe voltages though.
[18:13] <IanTLopp> oh, digital multimeter
[18:13] <IanTLopp> gah.
[18:13] <iKarith> bobstro: "DC 4.963 volts"
[18:13] <IanTLopp> weird
[18:14] <IanTLopp> Electroboom!
[18:14] <bobstro> great. siri in my meter now.
[18:14] <iKarith> bobstro: I'm blind.
[18:14] <IanTLopp> at any rate, iKarith, seriously, check out lightberry
[18:14] <iKarith> legally blind anyway
[18:14] <bobstro> ah, makes sense then.
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[18:15] <bobstro> just see too many things getting speech built in that i really don't want to talk to.
[18:15] <iKarith> bobstro: It makes sense for sighted people too. I showed it to Ben because he does accessible game controllers
[18:15] <iKarith> Figured that'd be an interest for him given that.
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[18:15] <bobstro> sort of like audible google glass. good for hands-free when doing testing and such.
[18:15] <iKarith> He says it is an interest because sighted people would like to have the ability to maybe tap a foot pedal to read the display and not take their eyes off the circuit they're probing.
[18:16] <iKarith> That'd be really useful at a bench
[18:16] <iKarith> lightberry is an ambilight thing?
[18:16] <bobstro> that's where google glass is having a comeback - in the industrial sector. want to take readings while using 2 hands to do things. they're doing speech input with it.
[18:16] <IanTLopp> iKarith: and done better on some setups
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[18:16] <IanTLopp> yes, it's awesome
[18:16] <iKarith> That's pretty cool
[18:17] <IanTLopp> Philips Hue has a system similar from what I can tell - *might* invest in that, as I have a large philips hue setup already
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[18:18] <bobstro> that's where i think you could tie in a lot of things into an IoT setup. have things that generate data talk to a broker, things that display data subscribe. any device you can put a zero or ESP8266 into can become "smart" and talk or output data visually.
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[18:18] <IanTLopp> oh, I'm going to setup a raspizero as a finger print scanner that connects/disconnects a google home that I'm going to butcher
[18:18] <bobstro> rather than overly-specific device-centric protocols.
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[18:18] <bobstro> zactly!
[18:18] <iKarith> I've heard that one can pretty effectively (though intentionally not terribly easily) turn a Pi into a Philips "Hue".
[18:18] <IanTLopp> that way, at a door, someone has to use a fingerprint to turn on the google home, then tell the google home to open the door.
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[18:19] <IanTLopp> since it requires a registered fingerprint, AND a registered voice, pretty secure.
[18:19] <bobstro> i'm starting to dink with light strips. should be pretty straightfoward.
[18:19] <iKarith> And yesterday I saw basically Google Cardboard To Compete With Amazon Alexa ;)
[18:19] <IanTLopp> obviously both things can be mimicked, but picking the lock would be vastly easier
[18:19] <bobstro> voltages and current for the strips are the fun part for me.
[18:19] <iKarith> it was a cardboard Google Home with a Pi in it.
[18:19] <IanTLopp> google cardboard to compete with amazon alexa? what?
[18:20] <IanTLopp> iKarith: oh, weird.
[18:20] <IanTLopp> if you want to build your own google home type device though - I recommend Moriarty
[18:20] <iKarith> yeah, it was like a speaker and microphone in a cardboard shell and there was a Pi running it, with Google Home installed
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[18:22] <iKarith> I actually have an emulator project in mind, but I haven't had time to do anything useful with it. I'd like to use the GPIO connector and some hardware to emulate the old Roland MIDI devices—pre-General MIDI.
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[18:23] <iKarith> The emulator exists, and there's a Qt GUI for them, but I'd actually like to recreate the physical interface.
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[18:24] <iKarith> Lots of vintage DOS gaming nerds would appreciate such a device.
[18:24] <Takieda> heh
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[18:29] <iKarith> The original hardware is not TOO hard to find… For about $125-150 apiece. The problem is that there's about four different devices that are all very similar and you kinda need them all to work around various bugs and limitations for maximum compatibility, and they're BIG.
[18:30] <iKarith> A Raspberry Pi and a USB MIDI cable is very small. :P
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[22:36] <Maai> i had crazy ideas about fast processors. getting a 33MHz chip that doesn't squeeze so much POWER out a chip
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[23:16] <arist0v> hello , i need some help i disabled lightdm in my raspberry pi so i could startx in a script to only start VLC (want to watch some security camera fullscreen only with it) the issue seem to be that startx didn't start with the good resolution and i can'T find how to specify it
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[23:25] <AntiComposite> It *should* autoconfigure, especially if it worked with your display manager
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[23:30] <AntiComposite> arist0v, Does Xorg generate any errors or warnings?
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[23:36] <arist0v> AntiComposite: my issue is that i have black border all around the image that is center and small, and when i put the mouse over it became an X
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[23:49] <sbef> hey guys!
[23:50] <sbef> you will find this pretty funny but... well i fucked up my desktop pc, so for a while my raspy 3 will be.. well.. my main workstation ahah
[23:50] <sbef> i just reinstalled a fresh copy of raspbian and was getting the stuff i needed when i realize that...damn PIXEL is too damn lighty!
[23:51] <sbef> despite my monitor light settings are at minimum, the raspbian theme is so white and so lighty, literally everywere! it's definitely killing my eyes
[23:52] <sbef> is there a way to switch theme, to somethig a lil bit darker?
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[23:55] <taza> Yes
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[23:55] <taza> I can't remember how

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