#raspberrypi IRC Log

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IRC Log for 2018-02-07

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[0:06] <TheG0ldenG0d> could removing the power to a pi and plugging it back in cause the roto account to get locked ?
[0:06] <TheG0ldenG0d> root
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[0:07] <BenderRodriguez> "locked" as in how?
[0:07] <redrabbit> corrupted system
[0:07] <redrabbit> possibly
[0:07] <TheG0ldenG0d> when I boot my pi it says that the root account is locked
[0:08] <TheG0ldenG0d> but if i press enter i can log in as another user and unlock it
[0:08] <BenderRodriguez> the only possibility I usee is corruption
[0:08] <BenderRodriguez> there's some factor that you're not mentioning or realizing
[0:09] <TheG0ldenG0d> i mean do you think someone could be trying to brute force my server ?
[0:09] <redrabbit> id start fresh
[0:10] <redrabbit> corrupted sd wont fix itself
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[0:32] <HiDeHo> Hi all anyone know any linux apps for casting from an android tablet to a linux os via the local network?
[0:32] <Maai> i have random hacker and virus attacks on my machine. so once i pulled he sd card straight out the pi while running! it booted again. on root error was mentioned but no real problem
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[0:33] <Maai> fantasises*
[0:34] <Maai> one root error*
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[0:34] <Maai> sd card out everything froze
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[0:52] <HiDeHo> Maai surprised linux is being hacked. its not common. what a shame you got hacked
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[1:36] <Greg-J> Why does the raspberry pi 3 feature 15 pin ZIF connectors with a 1mm pitch, but the Compute Module IO board features 22 pin connectors at .5mm pitch?
[1:36] <Greg-J> What do the actual display and camera connectors use?
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[1:38] <shauno> they use the one on the pi3. the cmio board needs adaptors
[1:41] <Greg-J> Any leeds on a 15pin 1mm > 22pin .5mm ribbon cable?
[1:43] <shauno> none than I know of, just http://uk.farnell.com/raspberry-pi/rpi-cmdk-adapter/adapter-compute-module-camera-display/dp/2433318?MER=en-me-pd-r2-acce-sto (the same board that comes with the cmio, I believe)
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[1:44] <shauno> (when I say 'none that I know of', I literally mean I don't know any, not that I'm asserting the cables don't exist)
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[1:45] <Greg-J> Cheers shauno
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[3:51] <Greg-J> Does an original Raspberry Pi B+ have enough juice to run raspbian + chrome and play Netflix, Plex, Hulu, etc. in-browser?
[3:52] <HrdwrBoB> no
[3:53] <Greg-J> Tis what I thought.
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[3:54] <Greg-J> I have a B+ running rasplex right now and I'd love to expand it's functionality to do web browsing, but I don't think that's going to happen...
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[3:56] <Rukus> my pi 3 will play 720p netflix but not 1080p
[3:56] <Rukus> also not in browser
[3:57] <Greg-J> Ugh. I have a 3 sitting on my desk that was my back-up plan. I'm thinking it's time to check out Odroid. Maybe an XU4.
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[4:34] <Codsworth> Rukus sure it will
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[4:47] <[Saint]> Probably has his gpu_mem set too low.
[4:50] <Jinx> Rukus: just curious: how then if not in the browser?
[4:52] <[Saint]> Jinx: LibreELEC/Kodi exists.
[4:53] <Jinx> and that works to access streaming services like Netflix/Hulu ?
[4:53] <Jinx> i was not aware. i thought all those systems wanted "trusted computing" models
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[4:57] <[Saint]> LibreELEC can do RTMP/InputStream, yes.
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[5:06] <[Saint]> With Netflix/Amazon/ToyTube/SimpleIPTV - as long as you don't care about 4K playback, the Raspberry Pi 3 makes a great little media player under LibreELEC.
[5:06] <[Saint]> If you /do/ care about 4K playback, ODROID C2 is probably the go.
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[5:08] <[Saint]> Slap a PS controller on it, and, mab...you've got yourself an emulator for most classic ROMs as well.
[5:10] <[Saint]> If you install LE8 Remix you get an acellerated Chromium browser as well.
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[5:11] <[Saint]> making it a one-stop-shop media center.
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[5:39] <antion> kodi on odroid c2 is great, but get an eMMC card with it with at least 16gb and go the linux and not android path.
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[5:54] <[Saint]> antion: the eMMC is a good edition, but it's not essential by any means and largely unnoticable with some use cases.
[5:54] <[Saint]> If you're not playing back from local media for instance, you're pretty much never going to see a difference.
[5:54] <[Saint]> Everything gets cached to RAM very quickly.
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[5:55] <[Saint]> Only visible improvement is a boot time that's a couple of seconds faster.
[5:56] <Trel> When using retropie with raspberry pi, how does it handle PS1 games?
[5:56] <Trel> Generally speaking
[5:56] <[Saint]> It doesn't.
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[5:57] <[Saint]> Generally speaking.
[5:57] <Trel> It being retropie or raspberry pi's hardware specs?
[5:58] <[Saint]> The latter.
[5:58] <[Saint]> It needs to transcode the instruction sets to arm in realtime, and requires a LOT of horsepower.
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[5:59] <[Saint]> an rpi3 overclocked to almighty hell can do some very, very simple PS1 homebrews.
[5:59] <Trel> Ah ok, I've been looking at options for retro system, so I guess if I want to go above the SNES/Genesis era, I'm going to need to build something
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[6:00] <[Saint]> XU4 has plenty of excess horsepower.
[6:00] <[Saint]> Great little boards really.
[6:01] <Trel> The Odroid board?
[6:01] <Foxfir3> [Saint]: do you have one?
[6:01] <[Saint]> Yes.
[6:01] <[Saint]> I have several dozen.
[6:01] <[Saint]> I...I may have a problem.
[6:01] <Foxfir3> [Saint]: nice. Running what?
[6:02] <Foxfir3> [Saint]: Several dozen?
[6:03] <[Saint]> Yes. I do a kind of community ISP thing and they serve the basis of the base station hardware.
[6:03] <Foxfir3> [Saint]: wow!
[6:03] <Trel> Cool, does that support PS1/N64/Dreamcast gen, or still a bit too much for a board?
[6:03] <Foxfir3> [Saint]: any website?
[6:05] <[Saint]> Foxfir3: No.
[6:05] <[Saint]> Trel: I can play most of the PS1/N64 titles I've tried, some of them just abruptly give up at some point or don't load at all though. I haven't looked into it too much.
[6:05] <[Saint]> I mainly play sega genesis and zx spectrum titles myself.
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[6:06] <Trel> I primarily do genesis and snes personally, but there's a few I'd like to have the option for
[6:06] <Trel> Mainly Glover on N64 and Castlevania on PSx
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[6:07] <[Saint]> I've had some success with n64 titles on the rpi3 but it's really hit and miss.
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[6:07] <[Saint]> sometimes you'll get to play for 15 minutes, sometimes it'll fall over immediately, sometimes it'll just magically be fine.
[6:08] <Trel> I'll likely look into that board through. What I'm hoping however, is that the install instructions could be adapted to debian vs just ubuntu
[6:08] <[Saint]> There really shouldn;t be any meaninful distinction.
[6:08] <[Saint]> WHat is the problem you're up against with the two?
[6:08] <[Saint]> It's likely quite trivially sorted.
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[6:09] <Trel> Problem?
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[6:10] <[Saint]> Well your statement about adapting for devian vs. ubuntu lead me to believe there's some wall you're hitting.
[6:10] <[Saint]> *debian
[6:10] <Foxfir3> Fedora on Pi3 model B. sucks :( will try the minimal package next. Still in doubt though. The scool gives one to all the students. I understand now that the Pi hardware is outdated. But maybe thats part of the charm. I would prefer RHEL or Arch though. But there is the issue with the pins. Apparently that is the selling point of Pi/Raspian. Raspian pretty much sucks as well :( So.. the question.. In
[6:11] <Foxfir3> order to be able to do the "Rapseri Pi thing", which distro is the best for the task? Fedora, Arch or FreeBSD? Im guessing we have to do stuff like working with a breadboard and such.
[6:11] <Trel> Oh, no, just preference given the option
[6:11] <[Saint]> Foxfir3: It doesn't matter at all. Use what you're comfortable with.
[6:12] <Trel> Just like when Yahoo used to be powered by Google back in the 90's I saw that and just used Google
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[6:12] <[Saint]> Trel: There's really no meaningful distinction between installing X on Ubuntu and installing X on Debian outside a couple of edge cases.
[6:12] <[Saint]> Ubuntu is bsaically just Debian++
[6:13] <Foxfir3> [Saint]: thanks. So which distro runs with less pains? Have you tested some of them before upgrading to Odroid?
[6:13] <[Saint]> I use Raspbian Lite on the Rpis personally.
[6:14] <Foxfir3> [Saint]: Rasbian lite? So TTY, and then you take It from there?
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[6:15] <Foxfir3> [Saint]: what about the repo then? you hook up to debian or ubuntu?
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[6:15] <[Saint]> ...raspbian. it's raspbian, so it uses the raspbian repository.
[6:16] <Maai> Q: any word on 8-bit microprocessors that can connect to low powered screens? raspberry pi 3 is too fast
[6:17] <Foxfir3> [Saint]: okay. sorry for all the questions. So.. Ubuntu provide an arm7 repo? Can we hook up to that?
[6:17] <[Saint]> To get a system that vaguely resembles the Raspbian default system from Raspbian Lite, do "apt-get update; apt-get dist-upgrade ; apt-get install raspberrypi-ui-mods raspberrypi-sys-mods rpi-chromium-mods alacarte galculator leafpad lxterminal"
[6:18] <[Saint]> Foxfir3: you /can/, but, you wouldn't - as there's no reason to do so and it's an absolute nightmare to cross-link repositories.
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[6:18] <[Saint]> One shouldn't use Ubunto repositories on a debian or any other system, even if you techically can.
[6:18] <[Saint]> There's nothing to be gained from it but woe.
[6:19] <Foxfir3> [Saint]: Thanks!!! okay. "woe" :D
[6:19] <Foxfir3> saving your setup. will try that after the Fedora minimal install. Phew.. gdm/Gnome was a terrible idea :D
[6:20] <[Saint]> In the extremely rare circumstance that you absolutely require a package or package version that raspbian doesn't ship you'd just checkout the package and compile it yourself.
[6:20] <[Saint]> Foxfir3: that will install the very basic husk of the raspbian graphical desktop and utilities on top of Raspbian Lite.
[6:20] <[Saint]> next reboot would take it to a graphical desktop/login.
[6:21] <[Saint]> The default Raspbian image ships about another 1.5GB of shit no one's ever going to use.
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[6:21] <[Saint]> minecraft, mathematica, wolphram, the intire libre office suite, gimp...etc.
[6:22] <[Saint]> I tend to start with a base image and install the things I know I'm going to use.
[6:23] <[Saint]> the above gives you the guts of the acellerated chromium browser and the acellerated lx based graphical desktop.
[6:23] <[Saint]> (and a couple of utilities that the raspberrypi-ui-mods metapackage should rightfully pull in, but doesn't)
[6:24] <[Saint]> text editor, calculator, menu editor, etc.
[6:24] <Foxfir3> [Saint]: okay. and then some WM of choice. sounds good.
[6:25] <[Saint]> the raspberrypi-ui-mods package takes care of that. it installs openbox and an lx based graphical desktop.
[6:25] <[Saint]> The entire thing uses ~80MB of RAM. It's as light as you're going to get ina full graphical system.
[6:25] <Trel> @ [Saint], thanks, I'll look around at that. That'll probably let me free up my RPi for what I actually want to use it for :D
[6:25] <Trel> (in regards to the retropi thing)
[6:26] <Foxfir3> I know openbox. Awesome. just the kind of setup I was looking for.
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[6:26] <[Saint]> Trel: FWIW, for my emulation I use LibreELEC - I've always found retropie to be better for dedicated emulation, but dedicated emulation is what I want to be doing with my systems less than 10% of the time.
[6:27] <[Saint]> They're usually dedicated media players.
[6:27] <Trel> in my case it would be dedicated emulation
[6:27] <[Saint]> LibreELEC has had the libretro cores embedded in it for some time now.
[6:28] <[Saint]> So you can navigate to a ROM in the system and just "play" it normally in LibreELEC, or use the Internet Archive ROM Launcher Kodi add-on.
[6:28] <[Saint]> Then have _allllll the ROMs_ on tap.
[6:28] <Trel> I want to use my current Pi for a Unifi controller and SSH box (for tunneling from external) and then I'd use the Odroid as a dedicated emulation box, so I'd stick with Emulation Station for that though. I like that kind of setup
[6:29] <Trel> Since it's in a gaming room
[6:29] <[Saint]> You should probably add Gravity or Pi-Hole to that tunnelbox setup.
[6:30] <[Saint]> Nuke advertising at the DNS resolution layer while you're at it.
[6:30] <[Saint]> My gravity setup discards about 15% of my network usage as advertising/tracking requests at the DNS level. It's great.
[6:30] <Trel> I know pi-hole, but I'm not familiar with gravity
[6:31] <[Saint]> pi-hole is basically just a fancy graphical wrapper for gravity.
[6:31] <Trel> Ah, in that case, isn't that for acting as a proxy?
[6:31] <[Saint]> gravity is doing the heavy lifting.
[6:31] <[Saint]> No.
[6:32] <[Saint]> It only does DNS resolution by default, and can optionally handle DHCP.
[6:32] <[Saint]> but you only really want to use it for DHCP if your router is retarded for some reason.
[6:32] <Trel> Oh, that's not overly useful in my case then
[6:33] <[Saint]> Are you already doing DNS based black/whitelisting?
[6:33] <[Saint]> network level adblock is useful in the majority of people's cases I imagine.
[6:33] <Trel> No, that wouldn't really fly as I share the connection
[6:33] <Trel> payment and use
[6:33] <[Saint]> No one likes ads. :)
[6:34] <[Saint]> They'll probably thank you.
[6:34] * Foxfir3 is sending Saint a virtual beer
[6:34] <Trel> I concur, but I ain't getting any of them to change their DNS settings, and if I hijack DNS, I'll probably wake up with my hand in warm water.
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[6:35] <Trel> (At which point, it's only me, and I got that covered on my machine at least)
[6:35] <[Saint]> No individual clients should have to alter their existing DNS records. You adjust the DNS address at the router level, and the router uses it as a DNS relay/resolver.
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[6:36] <[Saint]> everything behind it magically benefits.
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[6:36] <Trel> That's assuming they use the router as their DNS server (they don't)
[6:37] <xvnvx> quote
[6:37] <[Saint]> Gah. Why?
[6:37] <Trel> That may be my fault...
[6:37] <[Saint]> LArge networks benefit _so_ much from cache DNS relay.
[6:37] <Trel> The hand in warm water bit may NOT have been a hypothetical revenge scenario.
[6:38] <[Saint]> Why's everyone using their own private DNS settings out of interest? There's got to be a story there.
[6:39] <Trel> One April Fools Day, before https was common, a lot of sites, magically seemed to swap to other sites.
[6:42] <Trel> I mean I COULD still do it anyway, and just NAT port 53 outgoing to the RPi for anything other than the Pi itself....but...they...yeah
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[6:42] <[Saint]> I was so much better off not knowing this information. It makes me irrationally axious knowing a network is that inefficiently configured.
[6:43] <Trel> On a home network?
[6:43] <[Saint]> I mean, it's "only" another ~10% additional overhead per machine instance, but...still.
[6:43] <Trel> And they're not running their own resolvers, they're just pointed directly to something like 8.8.8.8 or 4.2.2.1
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[6:44] <[Saint]> Yeah, I mean, it's still N+* machines doing the job of N machines though.
[6:44] <[Saint]> That's the kind of thing I'd lose sleep over in my own enviroment.
[6:45] <Trel> All of MY machines point to my PFSense box which handles DNS.
[6:45] <Trel> so it's just them
[6:45] <Trel> Hopefully that has a mildly sedative effect
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[6:45] <[Saint]> Heh.
[6:47] <[Saint]> Hmmmph. Well. That sucks. My ISP officially finally screwed me out of my bug bounty payments today.
[6:47] <Trel> O.o
[6:47] <[Saint]> Just got an email saying that the time period for honoring bug bounty payments has expired, so they were closing the support ticket.
[6:48] <[Saint]> They basically didn't pay me for two years, and then just contacted me saying "Well, it's been two years, so we're not paying you".
[6:49] <Foxfir3> [Saint]: wow.. neat trick. It expired! :D
[6:49] <[Saint]> Yeah, they're saying that the bug bounty program was only open from X date until Y date, and now it's outside of that window they have stopped caring that they never paid me for the accepted tickets.
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[6:50] <[Saint]> That's a neat trick indeed. I wonder if I can try it with my bill.
[6:50] <[Saint]> "The time period for honoring my bill has expired, so I have decided not to pay it this month"
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[6:50] <Foxfir3> [Saint]: would be a great first of April joke. I will contact my bank :D
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[6:53] <Foxfir3> 7" screen for Pi is upside down, because of mistake when producing the casing for It. wow! good thing they are not producing formel 1 cars.
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[6:53] <Trel> ǝɯ oʇ ǝuᴉɟ pǝʞool ʇᴉ
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[6:53] <Foxfir3> Trel: :D good one
[6:54] <[Saint]> pretty sure you can just do:
[6:54] <[Saint]> --rot 180, or
[6:54] <[Saint]> --flip vertical
[6:54] <[Saint]> something like this.
[6:54] <Trel> If it's anything like the issue with the Oneplus 5, there will be visible refresh issues
[6:54] <[Saint]> A mild annoyance at best.
[6:54] <Trel> if you do that
[6:54] <Foxfir3> [Saint]: I will try that. More concerned bout the touch function.
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[6:54] <[Saint]> touch buffer should rotate with the display orientation
[6:55] <Foxfir3> [Saint]: touch buffer?
[6:56] <[Saint]> the touchpoint offsets. this should all Just Work(tm) regardless of screen orientation.
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[6:57] <Foxfir3> [Saint]: aha. I see what you mean. like in the old days when finetuning tablets.
[6:59] <Foxfir3> [Saint]: would like to know more about your ISP project. It sounds cool.
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[7:09] <[Saint]> It's essentially a medium scale mesh network.
[7:09] <[Saint]> Each base station is an ODROID XU4 board which I use due to the gigabit networking and USB3, satellite repeaters are all Rpi3 boards. I do it that way so that there's no local bottlenecking.
[7:09] <[Saint]> Each base station has two 5GHz radios, each satellite has one. The base stations have 2TB of NAS accessible.
[7:09] <[Saint]> Clients have the option of sharing their media on the NAs to the wider network, which encourages a kind of community library type deal.
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[7:10] <[Saint]> There's also a big bucket of stoage on my server that clients can use to host whatever they want on, as long as it's legal (but I can't say I police this).
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[7:12] <[Saint]> They pay $15/mo for whatever they can suck through the pipes and to lease the hardware, but I have a couple of people paying whatever they can afford, and a couple who don't pay anything.
[7:12] <[Saint]> After 24 months they can keep whatever hardware of mine they have and stop paying if they want to.
[7:12] <[Saint]> (surprisingly, most people keep on paying)
[7:14] <Foxfir3> [Saint]: That sound awesome! But... you run this at home????
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[7:14] <[Saint]> I do.
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[7:14] <Foxfir3> [Saint]: Damn :D
[7:15] <Foxfir3> [Saint]: radio. how cool. One laptop per child, taken to the next level.
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[7:16] <[Saint]> It's a project that has been slowly growing for about six years or so. It doesn't make me any money, but it also doesn't really cost me anything either.
[7:16] <[Saint]> If everyone pays every month it makes slightly more than my internet connections cost me.
[7:17] <Foxfir3> [Saint]: I really cool use of micro computers. hmm.. the Odroids are not that cheap though.
[7:18] <Foxfir3> [Saint]: just trying to imagine what your living room must look like :D
[7:18] <[Saint]> They really are quite cheap, it's just the the Raspberry Pi boards set an absurd baseline for pricing because they're fellating Broadcomm.
[7:19] <Foxfir3> [Saint]: so you had to add external cards?
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[7:22] <[Saint]> Yes. Each base station has two 5GHz wireless dongles with positionable antennas. The satellite stations have one, but they can be comfigured to use their onboard wireless as an access point if desired as well.
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[7:23] <Greg-J> Saint, you around?
[7:23] <[Saint]> My place really doesn't look that bad. Everything is mostly hidden up in the roof cavity apart from my server rack and switches out in the back room.
[7:23] <[Saint]> Ms. [Saint] wouldn't let me have arbitrary hardware scattered around the place. Hahaha. She would skin me alive.
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[7:23] <Foxfir3> [Saint]: you must keep that project alive!
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[7:24] <[Saint]> I have no plans of taking it down any time soon. It's already survived a couple of rebuilds and moving from one suburb to another.
[7:24] <Foxfir3> [Saint]: I can imagine :D the constant humming, and "Dear.. please dont turn on the heat"
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[7:25] <[Saint]> The whole thing started with me getting a couple of very large 5GHz parabolic directional antennas.
[7:25] <[Saint]> Then I got a couple of 5GHz whip antennas and some 2.4GHz whip antennas to patch a couple of gaps.
[7:26] <[Saint]> For my own personal wireless I use Ubiqiti Unifi APs and switches.
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[7:26] <Greg-J> +1 for Unifi APs. I use them in my house as well.
[7:26] <Foxfir3> [Saint]: you have gone off the reservation
[7:26] <[Saint]> Greg-J: so I'm told. what's up?
[7:27] <Greg-J> I run a couple extra monitors and some desktop speakers at my/my son's workbench and right now it's being run by a B+ and I'm using rasplex, which is fine because we mostly just have a movie playing in the background while we work.
[7:28] <Greg-J> But I'd really like to be able to browse the web, look things up, etc. without getting up or using my phone.
[7:28] <Greg-J> So I'm looking for an SoC to accomplish that.
[7:28] <[Saint]> It comes in handy having so much broadcast ability at your disposal. I can forcibly punt most APs in the nearby vacinity off my channel if I want to just by screaming at them really, really loud.
[7:28] <[Saint]> It only works if they have channel autoselection configured though.
[7:28] <Greg-J> I was going to use this Note5 I have laying around with a screen that doesn't work, but I can't find my OTG-HDMI adapter...
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[7:29] <[Saint]> Greg-J: install LE8 Remix.
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[7:30] <[Saint]> It's basically LibreELEC with Chromium added.
[7:30] <Foxfir3> [Saint]: Some government agents will most likely come knocking on your door some day :D If you begin to expand It will be quite a story.
[7:30] <Greg-J> Will it run on a B+ or do I have to sacrifice a 3?
[7:30] <[Saint]> It'll run on a B+, for varying definitions of run.
[7:31] <[Saint]> It won't be quick. But it'll work.
[7:31] <Greg-J> Fair enough
[7:31] <[Saint]> An Rpi3 would be better suited for it, but a B+ will do the trick.
[7:31] <[Saint]> It'll just do it slightly slower.
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[7:32] <Greg-J> I'm running out of ideas for this B+. It gets passed around doing the work nothing else wants to do and it doesn't do any of it very well
[7:32] <[Saint]> Greg-J: https://forum.libreelec.tv/thread/302-le8-remix-generic-rpi-emulationstation-chrome-spotify-provide-logs-if-problems/
[7:32] <[Saint]> (if you were wondering)
[7:32] <Greg-J> I'm there now
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[7:32] <[Saint]> You also get emulationstation as a bonus.
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[7:34] <[Saint]> Here's a fun little project for an abandoned pi:
[7:34] <[Saint]> https://github.com/rm-hull/pifm
[7:35] <[Saint]> Turn it into a (really dirty) FM broadcast station.
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[7:35] <[Saint]> Just add 40cm of wire, and boom, you've got yourself an absurdly powerful FM broadcaster.
[7:36] <[Saint]> And they really are absurdly powerful. You can do ~200m LOS pretty easily.
[7:36] <[Saint]> I used to have some amusing FM spectrum warfare with an old neighbor.
[7:36] <[Saint]> Well...I thought it was amusing. Pretty sure they didn't.
[7:37] <Greg-J> That's funny...
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[7:37] <Foxfir3> [Saint]: thanks for that tip. Would be fun for my school project.
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[7:37] <Greg-J> The neighbor right behind me has a basketball court and their kids listen to the local top40 station too loud and too late.
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[7:38] <[Saint]> Greg-J: ...not anymore they don't.
[7:38] <[Saint]> wink wink.
[7:38] <Greg-J> This is going to be funny
[7:38] <Greg-J> Cheers!
[7:39] <[Saint]> I had the same problem with a neighbor and very loud FM stereo. I configured it to play a nasty 8bit version of Yakkety Sax on a loop while sweeping over the available FM spectrum.
[7:39] <Greg-J> What are the chances there is a burnable boot image of LE8 Remix floating around somewhere?
[7:39] <Greg-J> bahahahaha
[7:39] <Foxfir3> :D crazy thing to do
[7:41] <[Saint]> Greg-J: linked in the LE8 Remix thread - https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0BwN5wYLU-0BeS0s2am9OaE5GM3c
[7:42] <[Saint]> Ooooooh, right, yours is B+...argh. I see.
[7:42] <Greg-J> It's all good, I'm going to use a 3 for this.
[7:42] <Foxfir3> How fast and small is dwm compared to i3wm? Is it worth the pain?
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[7:42] <[Saint]> Yeah, there's only Rpi2(3) releases.
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[7:43] <Greg-J> LibreELEC-RPi2.arm-8.2-devel-20180204.img.gz is the one, yeah?
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[7:43] <[Saint]> Yes.
[7:43] <Greg-J> roger roger
[7:44] <[Saint]> This will also allow you to stream _all the things_ if you're morally devoid.
[7:45] <[Saint]> if your television services provider does an iptv stream you can also configure iptvsimpleclient so that it provides your iptv television as well.
[7:45] <Greg-J> I pretty much just stick with Netflix Hulu and Amazon for video, but I have an absurdly large video collection (hence the plex requirement)
[7:46] <[Saint]> I have my libreleec boxes configured to do Amazon, Netflix, YouTube, Google Music, and IPTV.
[7:47] <[Saint]> As well as a biblically named blatant piracy add-on that allows me to stream pretty much everything that there exists a stream for, but my locale is a bit of a special case and that's a legal grey area entirely devoid of prosecution for me.
[7:47] <[Saint]> long story short, one tiny box, _all the media_.
[7:48] <Greg-J> These are the "jailbroken fire tv stick get all the channels" that are _EVERYWHERE_ on CL and FB, yes?
[7:48] <[Saint]> watch history is synced against a local database as well as a remote service (Trakt.tv)
[7:48] <[Saint]> Eh, presumably? I have no idea what solution those are using.
[7:49] <[Saint]> For my everything apart from the add-on I won't name in public is perfectly above board.
[7:49] <[Saint]> *for me
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[7:52] <Rukus> [Saint], with inputstream.adaptive
[7:52] <Rukus> oh i see you mentioned
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[7:55] <Rukus> Greg-J, Codsworth, 720p with osmc, the netflix plugin and inputstream adaptive. Plus a minor bit of other workings if your log screams for the dependencies
[7:55] <Rukus> pcryptodome
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[7:56] <Greg-J> Gentlemen (and ladies), I think I've done it. I have finished my first custom PCB.
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[7:56] <Rukus> sweet!
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[7:58] <Greg-J> Based on the CM3L. Measuring in at 56mm x 84mm and a measely 8.125mm thick she sports USB OTG, USB x 4, the original 40 pin header plus the additional 18 pins that the pi3 excludes.
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[8:00] <Greg-J> FM is exposed on the Ampak AP6212 (BCM43438) and I'm using a switched 3.5mm jack to make portable solutions more headphone/speaker friendly.
[8:00] <Greg-J> Sadly I could only make room for DSI0, but I did make room for both CAM0 and CAM1 for some dual camera / 3d camera projects.
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[8:23] <Greg-J> [Saint], so far this LE8 is no dice for me.
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[8:25] <[Saint]> Yeah, just saw your PM. That's unfortunate.
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[8:30] <razzy> what do you think about non-free graphics chip :]
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[9:05] <ewong> pardon my ignorance.. but can any of the the RPi3 GPIO pins handle 12v?
[9:05] <ewong> I'm guessing no.
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[9:07] <ewong> nvm.. it's no.
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[9:37] <thomas_25> i wonder if there is a statistical magical way to compare large files... like reading 1/4 of the files in random locations that would tell you that the files are identical probably 99.9%
[9:38] <razzy> thomas_25: have you heard about hash functions? md5?
[9:38] <thomas_25> it reads all
[9:39] <thomas_25> it can be utulized for random checks (like torrents does) but i'm curious about the academical aspects of it
[9:40] <thomas_25> i.e. torrents also splits the content in segments and hash each one of them for "atomic" checksum comparisions
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[9:45] <razzy> thomas_25: it could be utilised for whole-file check
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[9:56] <Skybot> what kind of statistics?
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[10:08] <thomas_25> Skybot, like, imagine you have two 1tb file and you split these files into 1MB pieces each with an index number. and then to compare these 1tb files imagine you only compare only odd numbered pieces.
[10:08] <thomas_25> halving the comparision time
[10:08] <thomas_25> this should give you a statistical signal about the integrity of the data
[10:09] <thomas_25> if there is no context -- it might: your data is 50% safe
[10:09] <thomas_25> if there is context like, the nature of your scenario, only 10mb continuous corruptions can occur... then your integrity is 100% safe
[10:11] <zleap> ewong: the max is 5v given that the power suppy is rated at 5v
[10:12] <zleap> so you have 3v (or i think its 3.3) and 5v pins
[10:12] <Skybot> how many locations?
[10:12] <thomas_25> (btw when i used a usb hub with power supply -- usb2 magnetic hdd's stop resetting, thus improving throughput)
[10:13] <thomas_25> but a hub is connected to one USB bus thus halving the throughput per hdd
[10:13] <zleap> external power helps
[10:13] <thomas_25> a single hdd file transfer is about 37mb/sec
[10:13] <gordonDrogon> ewong, definately no!
[10:13] <Skybot> seems like current and wattage play a role there
[10:13] <thomas_25> if i transfer data from both... each hdd transfers like at 17mb/sec
[10:13] <zleap> or you are taking power from the rest of the system
[10:13] <zleap> gordonDrogon: hi
[10:14] <thomas_25> that is not a problem with pi probably, because it has one USB bus on board anyway, right
[10:14] <gordonDrogon> morning.
[10:14] <gordonDrogon> the Pi's usb can source 1.2 amps max. but you need a good PSU to be able to supply that and power the Pi.
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[10:15] <thomas_25> i power pi with a 2A adapter
[10:15] <thomas_25> it couldn't even power one usb hdd
[10:15] <thomas_25> which is rated for 500ma according to lsusb but i doubt that data's reliablity
[10:15] <Skybot> it's a power/current/wattage match problem
[10:15] <gordonDrogon> PSUs are notoriously bad as doing what they claim )-:
[10:15] <Skybot> voltage I mean
[10:16] <Skybot> not all of them
[10:16] <Skybot> quality is important
[10:16] <thomas_25> maybe the hdd tried to draw more than 1.2A but that would be a non standard hdd i suppose? i dont think toshiba would do that
[10:16] <Skybot> ratings etc
[10:16] <gordonDrogon> something we learned in the early Pi days and it's not gone away ...
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[10:16] <thomas_25> gordonDrogon this is official rasppi adapter iirc
[10:16] <gordonDrogon> Skybot, yes, there are reputable ones, but few and far between
[10:16] <Skybot> sometimes it's easier to solve the problem by describing what you're wanting to do
[10:16] <gordonDrogon> thomas_25, ok - the initial one was a 2A one.
[10:16] <gordonDrogon> the current ones are 2.5A.
[10:16] <Skybot> goal first.. then list the gear.
[10:17] <zleap> i think someone said we are up to 2.5A+ now
[10:17] <Skybot> just offering
[10:17] <zleap> but yes a good quality power supply wil help, it is worth paying the extra,
[10:17] <thomas_25> i can get an adapter like that, no problem -- but i'm not sure if i can trust pi's usb powering any more!
[10:17] <gordonDrogon> there are so many factors too - quality of wire & length, etc.
[10:17] <gordonDrogon> thomas_25, just get a powered hub.
[10:17] <thomas_25> i did
[10:17] <thomas_25> it fixed the problem
[10:18] <thomas_25> i mean i already had one but didn't want to clutter the space
[10:18] <gordonDrogon> good - the down side as I'm sure you see it needing ... yea, clutter ..
[10:18] <thomas_25> i installed it now and both hdds can work at full speed
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[10:18] <thomas_25> then again, pi is not engineered to have data throughput apparently
[10:18] <thomas_25> usb2 and 100mbit eth
[10:18] <thomas_25> and a single bus for the 4 usb ports
[10:18] <gordonDrogon> one option may be to get one big PSU and power the Pi and hub off that one PSU - but you're then looking at something bigger, but it may help reduce the clutter a little.
[10:19] <thomas_25> and also eth is included in that bus i think
[10:19] <Skybot> https://www.google.com/search?q=rasp+pi+3+specs+power&oq=rasp+pi+3+specs+power&aqs=chrome..69i57.8166j0j4&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8
[10:19] <Skybot> abc
[10:19] <gordonDrogon> thomas_25, no - it's somewhat sub-optimal - basically we're pushing the SoC way beyond what it was ever originally intended for.
[10:19] <thomas_25> that kind of (two output) adapters is big as far as i know, yes
[10:19] <thomas_25> how is ethernet connected to the soc?
[10:19] <thomas_25> does it have a phy?
[10:19] <Skybot> you can't put more than 1.2 amps into it.
[10:19] <gordonDrogon> and the SoC was already a few years old before the Pi used it.
[10:19] <gordonDrogon> Ethernet is part of the on-board USB hub.
[10:20] <Skybot> use case would help.
[10:20] <gordonDrogon> The Wi-Fi on a Piv3 is on a eparate bus, but limited to ~40Mb/sec.
[10:20] <Skybot> alot.
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[10:20] <thomas_25> i'm using wired network
[10:20] <thomas_25> wifi is connected via usb wiring?
[10:21] <gordonDrogon> no - it's a high speed serial bus separate from usb (forgotten it's name, sorry)
[10:21] <thomas_25> Bus 001 Device 003: ID 0424:ec00 Standard Microsystems Corp. SMSC9512/9514 Fast Ethernet Adapter
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[10:21] <gordonDrogon> that's the on-board ethernet.
[10:21] <zleap> if you're using a desk, it is sometimes worth taking everything off the desk, disconnect computers, monitors etc and then re-arrange everything better
[10:21] <thomas_25> it is connected to usb hub then
[10:21] <thomas_25> this is listed via lsusb
[10:21] <gordonDrogon> it's built into the hub.
[10:21] <zleap> the clutter is still there just better managed
[10:22] <thomas_25> yeah but it's using the 400mbit/sec usb2 bandwidth
[10:22] <gordonDrogon> the hub chip has 4 outputs plus ethernet.
[10:22] <thomas_25> right?
[10:22] <gordonDrogon> it's sharing that one usb interface into the SoC.
[10:22] <thomas_25> yeah
[10:22] <thomas_25> so you can't get 100mbit/ethernet and one full speed usb drive
[10:22] <thomas_25> working at the same time
[10:22] <gordonDrogon> still - for a $35 computer designed to help teaching general computing, etc. I don't think it does too bad.
[10:23] <thomas_25> of course not
[10:23] <thomas_25> just understanding the nature of the pi
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[10:23] <zleap> gordonDrogon: i keep trying to emphase that when people ask about if the pi can do X or when is a more powerful pi coming out
[10:23] <thomas_25> i'm planning to develop a project on this later on... right now, just using it as an end user and understanding its limitations
[10:23] <gordonDrogon> to use it as a server, make sure you maximise RAM for caching, so no GUI, minimal gpu_mem, etc.
[10:24] <gordonDrogon> zleap, can't stop people tinkering :)
[10:24] <zleap> i know
[10:24] <thomas_25> the limitations i've run into looks like i'm running into a IO bottleneck
[10:24] <zleap> someone asked yesterday if there would be a pi0 with the same core as the pi3,
[10:24] <thomas_25> either in the etnernet or the full usb hub
[10:24] <thomas_25> right now i'm md5sum'ing two 250gb file on two hdds
[10:25] <gordonDrogon> zleap, it's called the CM3 ... but I don't know if there will be a Zero3 ..
[10:25] <thomas_25> one md5sum'ing can reach 37mb/sec
[10:25] <thomas_25> but md5summing two hdd reduced each summing to 17mb/sec
[10:25] <gordonDrogon> 37mbytes/sec or mega bits?
[10:25] <zleap> not at the same price, i know the orange pi0 is quad core,
[10:25] <thomas_25> megabyes
[10:25] <thomas_25> cpu is not the bottleneck
[10:25] <gordonDrogon> ok, that's not that bad, really - 37Mbytes/sec.
[10:26] <gordonDrogon> that's like 3/4 of the USB bandwidth.
[10:26] <thomas_25> yes that's pretty much topping the usb2 bandwidth
[10:26] <thomas_25> but when that bandwidth is split between two hdds
[10:26] <thomas_25> it is about 17mb/sec per hdd
[10:26] <thomas_25> and it is not that good
[10:26] <gordonDrogon> which is about right though.
[10:26] <thomas_25> especially if you are comparing giant files
[10:26] <thomas_25> yes, it is expected
[10:27] <thomas_25> working as expected
[10:27] <gordonDrogon> I believe the phrase is: nominal ;-)
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[10:29] <dreamon__> hello. wanted to use pi mpv player with hardware support. → https://nwgat.ninja/quick-easy-compiling-mpv-for-raspberry-pi/
[10:30] <dreamon__> But since strech I cannot use this tut anymore. It dont installs like it did in jessy. :(
[10:33] <zleap> hmm
[10:33] <zleap> is ther anything pre-built
[10:33] <zleap> apt search mpv
[10:33] <gordonDrogon> install jessie?
[10:34] <thomas_25> mpv was the only player beside quicktime on mac that could utilize hardware dec
[10:34] <zleap> ok
[10:34] <thomas_25> btw chromium video playback is not smooth on pi, or is that just me?
[10:35] <Skybot> software
[10:35] <Lartza> thomas_25, Chromium has no HW accelerated video playback on linux
[10:35] <Skybot> drivers (software)
[10:35] <thomas_25> nor in mac afaik
[10:35] <Skybot> failure
[10:35] <Lartza> No idea about mac
[10:35] <thomas_25> safari is very light on CPU where as chrome is not
[10:35] <Lartza> There are vaapi patches for chromium but those aren't yet integrated
[10:35] <thomas_25> say, during a 1080p youtube playback
[10:35] <Lartza> Those wouldn't matter for the pi but still
[10:36] <dreamon__> mpv and omxplayer works fine on my old jessy.. both used hardware dec. didnt found a solution for strech..
[10:36] <Lartza> omxplayer works just fine on stretch
[10:36] <thomas_25> what is strech and jessy? :)
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[10:36] <Lartza> debian versions
[10:36] <Lartza> and toy story characters
[10:36] <thomas_25> oh ok
[10:37] <zleap> yep
[10:37] <zleap> stretch is the octopus thing,iirc
[10:37] <zleap> jessie is the cowgirl
[10:38] <Lartza> yes
[10:38] <lastaid> i encountered a bug in raspbian i think. i have a program that reads serial data, which is corrupted for large packets on raspbian. i ran the same code on a beaglebone black and it works. so its either a linux bug which the older version does not exhibit OR
[10:38] <lastaid> its a raspbian bug. is there anything specific for raspbian which does somethimg with usb serial converters
[10:39] <lastaid> also, which vanilla flavor of linux could i flash which has no raspberry pi specific code?
[10:39] <zleap> what does rasbian lite have
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[10:39] <dreamon__> maybe the reason it dont work I use it in console mode no gui. think its the wrong -vo option
[10:40] <zleap> dreamon__: best thing to do is to try different things, make notes - directo output to file and collate as much info as you can, that may help developers reproduce and fix the issue
[10:41] <gordonDrogon> lastaid, all the serial stuff is kernel related, so I'd suggest it's kernel not raspbian.
[10:41] <thomas_25> lastaid maybe you should study how the data is corrupted in more detail -- that might give you more idea
[10:42] <thomas_25> in my experience usb serial converters is a huge hit and miss
[10:42] <zleap> can you adjust the baud rate or is that fixed if it is in the kernel?
[10:42] <thomas_25> maybe there's a timing issue and you have a buffer underrun or something
[10:42] <lastaid> well, i tried two different ones, and silicon labs one and a ftdi. both exhibit the same bug
[10:43] <thomas_25> have you tried at different speeds?
[10:43] <lastaid> if it is kernel related, then i can test by getting an old raspbian image
[10:43] <zleap> gordonDrogon: is there an archive of images anywhere
[10:43] <thomas_25> i'd assume it is module related, the module for yoru usb serial converter
[10:43] <gordonDrogon> zleap, yes, on raspberrypi.org
[10:44] <thomas_25> you can maybe get an older/newer one compiled against your kernel version that you can try
[10:45] <gordonDrogon> specifically, everything is under: http://downloads.raspberrypi.org/
[10:45] <lastaid> does anyone recall when raspbian started supporting the rpi3?
[10:45] <gordonDrogon> the day before the Pi v3 was launched ...
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[10:49] <zleap> gordonDrogon: thanks
[10:49] <zleap> a little OT what are ubuntu core snaps
[10:49] <zleap> they seem like small programs that run on ubuntu core
[10:50] <gordonDrogon> no idea - I've no interest in ubuntu right now..
[10:51] <zleap> ok
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[10:54] <Skybot> maybe too many updates by too many people and systems and companies? Constant alpha software to the public is very irritating.
[10:54] <Skybot> Am I alone in this?
[10:54] <gordonDrogon> Skybot, no - I still have Wheezy on a Pi or 2 ...
[10:54] <Lartza> zleap, snaps are snaps :P packaged containerized software
[10:54] <zleap> ah ok
[10:55] <Skybot> to me rasp pi is good for basic shit
[10:55] <gordonDrogon> and until last year still had Debian woody on a live server ...
[10:55] <gordonDrogon> Skybot, basic family-friendly stuff, yes.
[10:55] <Skybot> web browsing, maybe some small footprint software loads
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[10:55] <Lartza> web isn't small footprint :P
[10:55] <zleap> my old laptop had debian 4, i lost the PSU and just found it recently fired upthe laptop
[10:55] <gordonDrogon> it's a small computer with 0.5 to 1GB of RAM... for $35 ...
[10:55] <Skybot> web should be a tiny tiny footprint if it isn't
[10:56] <Lartza> it isn't, and never again will be
[10:56] <Skybot> and if rp3 can't do that then it's application to web is useless really
[10:56] <gordonDrogon> web should be, alas the advertisers don't think so ...
[10:56] <zleap> i have since updated it
[10:56] <Greg-J> Skybot, W3C member chiming in here. The web is no longer a tiny footprint, and it'll only get bigger.
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[10:56] <Lartza> the advertisers don't make js heavy platforms :S
[10:56] <Lartza> etc
[10:56] <gordonDrogon> Skybot, Pi was and still is aimed at teaching computing.
[10:56] * Dave_MMP is now known as djsxxx_away
[10:57] <Skybot> pi doesn't teach computing if it doesn't work and is too complicated (especially if drivers are constantly being updated)
[10:57] <Greg-J> The Pi is not a desktop PC, and it isn't meant to be. There are SoCs that claim to be, but Pi isn't one of them.
[10:57] <gordonDrogon> programming. teaching programming.
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[10:57] <Skybot> w3c members have lost credibility in recent times, to be direct about it.
[10:57] <Greg-J> Skybot, I don't think you're the target market for the Pi, mate.
[10:57] <gobostone> my pi does great as a desktop
[10:57] <Greg-J> Skybot, outside looking in, friend.
[10:58] <gordonDrogon> I was using a Pi zeroW as desktop recently 0.5GB RAM. It was usable - slow, but usable.
[10:58] <Skybot> that 'cost' is in the discussion for computing is annoying to a 10yr old learning to program what on a pi3?
[10:58] * djsxxx_away is now known as Dave_MMP
[10:58] <Greg-J> You and I have different definitions of usable gordonDrogon ;)
[10:58] <zleap> i had no problem yesterday, i am doing a project at the job centre, plug in pi, connect pi stop, fire up scratch and work out how to get a traffic light sequence working
[10:58] <gobostone> ok. that's crazy. the pi3 really is good though. if it had 2gb ram it would be great
[10:58] <gordonDrogon> sure - great and $55 rather than $35.
[10:58] <zleap> gordonDrogon: indeed
[10:58] <Skybot> specs aside; 12 yr olds don't care, they want it work or it's a hocky puck
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[10:59] <gordonDrogon> scratch and python work very lwell on a Pi 0.
[10:59] <zleap> wellthe idea of computing is that uou make things work
[10:59] <Skybot> pi3 is good for young adults - 30+yr/olds
[10:59] <Greg-J> My son has been doing pi projects since he was 11 (14 now) and he's loved it.
[10:59] <Skybot> mate.
[10:59] <Skybot> it's not saying it's not available to youngers
[10:59] <Skybot> it's not commercially available and accessable to youngers
[10:59] <Skybot> is more accurate
[11:00] <Greg-J> It is commercially available, and it is very accessible. What are you on about?
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[11:00] <zleap> there was a time when a computer was a box+keyboard to make it do anything you wrote programs inbasic
[11:00] <Lartza> ^
[11:00] <Greg-J> It's not a desktop computer. It's not marketed as one.
[11:00] <zleap> orother language
[11:00] <Greg-J> QBASIC in the house!
[11:00] <Lartza> :D
[11:00] <gordonDrogon> sudo apt-get install rtb
[11:00] <gordonDrogon> on the Pi - a great little basic ;-)
[11:01] <Skybot> maybe without all the constant updating some normalcy can organically 'happen'?
[11:01] <zleap> with the pi, the idea is to go back to learning how to do stuff and how programs work
[11:01] <Skybot> it's a suggestion
[11:01] <Lartza> Skybot, What constant updating?
[11:01] <zleap> constant updating, are you using windows
[11:01] <Greg-J> Skybot, go to https://www.raspberrypi.org and tell me what you see.
[11:01] <Lartza> Debian as a base is almost the LEAST updating OS of all time almost
[11:01] * Skybot rolls it's eclisped third eye
[11:01] <Greg-J> RASPBERRY PI:
[11:01] <Greg-J> A small and affordable computer that you can use to learn programming
[11:01] <Lartza> And new pi's are backwards compatible
[11:01] <Greg-J> TEACH, LEARN AND MAKE WITH RASPBERRY PI
[11:01] <Lartza> Pi's aren't being pushed out once a year
[11:01] <Greg-J> RASPBERRY PI IN EDUCATION
[11:02] <Greg-J> etc. etc.
[11:02] <Skybot> I own a rp3
[11:02] <zleap> like I said, it worked great yesterday, main challenge was getting the dvi plug in to the monitor at an awkward angle
[11:02] <Skybot> I wouldn't type if I didn't have an opinion.
[11:02] <Greg-J> That doesn't mean you understand it's place in the market
[11:02] <Skybot> it doesn't mean you do either.
[11:03] <Greg-J> Awesome logic.
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[11:03] <Skybot> 10 yr old remember
[11:03] <Lartza> It seems to me Greg-J understands it just fine
[11:03] <Lartza> What about 10 year olds?
[11:03] <Skybot> logic
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[11:03] <Greg-J> You're 10?
[11:04] <Skybot> let's see here; if the product was good enough for a 10 year old; why is "HELP" needed? Why isn't it built into the product from the beginning? - https://www.raspberrypi.org/help/
[11:04] <Lartza> whut
[11:04] <Skybot> why are guides needed?
[11:04] <Greg-J> Holy hell mate.
[11:04] <Lartza> Skybot, That's like saying why does your TV remote need labels on buttons
[11:04] <Skybot> why aren't the intuitive aspects of programming built into it's interface and experience?
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[11:05] <Skybot> not if you ask a 10 yer old
[11:05] <Skybot> be a 10 yr old
[11:05] <zleap> well if you are learning to program you usually use a guide of some sort, unless we are in the matrix and can upload python
[11:05] <Greg-J> I forgot how wonderful /ignore can be.
[11:05] <Skybot> you don't get your demographic
[11:05] <Lartza> I don't have to, I can read the thousands of experiences schools have with the Pi's with children of all ages
[11:06] <Greg-J> In any event, if there is anyone on right now that is interested in a lower profile Pi with more GPIO than a pi3, hit me up. I'm having dev boards printed and i'm looking for a dozen or so vets to help debug.
[11:06] <gordonDrogon> Greg-J, based on the CM3?
[11:06] <Skybot> you seem defensive, I didn't mean to
[11:06] <Greg-J> 56mm x 84mm, but the magic number is that it's 8.125mm thick.
[11:06] <Greg-J> Yeah.
[11:07] <zleap> there are over 100 different single board computers out there, you normally research find find the one that fits your needs
[11:07] <gordonDrogon> Greg-J, might be interested, but we're an atlantic apart ..
[11:07] <Greg-J> Pretty sure the post delivers to Germany
[11:07] <Greg-J> ;)
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[11:08] <gordonDrogon> I'm in the UK.
[11:08] <zleap> me too
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[11:08] <Greg-J> The /whois is a lie
[11:08] <Lartza> No it's not?
[11:08] <zleap> lol
[11:08] <Skybot> so https://www.raspberrypi.org/downloads/noobs/ << tells 10/yr olds that SHA-256 is available from the site that they'll understand what's needed? I don't think so.
[11:09] <zleap> it could be the freenode node that gordonDrogon is connctedvia is in germany
[11:09] <Lartza> Greg-J, One can see just fine you are using a Charter connection somewhere in Oregon :P
[11:09] <Greg-J> Aye, I was referring to gordonDrogon
[11:09] <zleap> 10 year olds are capable of finding out or asking
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[11:09] <Lartza> Greg-J, You are looking at the part where it tells where the freenode server kornbluth is located?
[11:09] <Skybot> they're busy trying to figure out how to use a pi, not determine what encryption means
[11:10] <Greg-J> Yeah, I'm an idiot.
[11:10] <zleap> well at the jam and exeter jam 10 year olds can just pick up a pi and use it for coding
[11:10] <Skybot> no labview programmers?
[11:10] <Lartza> And at schools
[11:10] <zleap> granted they dont need sh5sums for python,l scratch etc
[11:10] <Lartza> And pretty much at homes
[11:10] <Lartza> And pi's that come with preinstalled sd cards
[11:11] <Lartza> But no no, you NEED to know about sha256 to get a Pi working
[11:11] <Skybot> I love pi's
[11:11] <zleap> no you don't
[11:11] <Lartza> No matter the fact you can just ignore sha256 too
[11:11] <Skybot> I love pi's like I like OhPie
[11:11] <Greg-J> I think that was /sarcasm Lartza ;)
[11:11] <zleap> last time i used sh5sum, was to check a mint iso
[11:11] * Skybot is now known as OhPie
[11:11] <OhPie> sheez
[11:12] <OhPie> So mean you people
[11:12] <zleap> i started with a zx spectrum when 10/11
[11:12] <Greg-J> Why does /ignore not follow the user after nick changes?
[11:12] <OhPie> Where's my SpaceX application
[11:12] <Lartza> Nobody is being mean, you are just being a borderline troll... okay an actual troll
[11:12] <OhPie> greg-j; client limitations
[11:12] <zleap> as did quite a few people we learnt basic , no web just magazines and pages of listings
[11:14] <red9> re SpaceX can the Raspberry Pi handle any radiation at like in space?
[11:14] <zleap> there is a pi on the iSS
[11:14] <gordonDrogon> red9, Pi is consumer grade, however there are 2 on the ISS right now.
[11:14] <zleap> ok 2 then
[11:15] <zleap> yeah tim peake too one up iirc
[11:15] <gordonDrogon> and I think there is a cubesat launched that had a zero on-board.
[11:15] <gordonDrogon> zleap, technically they were sent ahead of him, however ...
[11:15] <zleap> yeah, in the supply module
[11:15] <Lornzz> Hey, I’m looking to create a video player docker container (mpv/vlc/whatever, output to HDMI) to use on a raspberry pi 3 running raspbian lite. Can I just add all necessary GUI libraries / packages which raspbian lite is missing to the container or are there some essential libraries or drivers which need to be available on the docker host as well for that to work?
[11:16] <gordonDrogon> Lornzz, do you need to use docker at all? Just install raspbian and off you go ..
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[11:17] <Lornzz> for learning purposes, yeah :D
[11:18] <gordonDrogon> ok - but yes, you can simple apt-get install whatever you need from full raspbian.
[11:19] <Lornzz> + this would be the only (rare) use for the pi to provide visual output aside from CLI
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[11:20] <Lornzz> ok, makes sense. thanks
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[11:54] <lastaid> odd. i have 2 raspberry pi b+ 1.2. both won't boot from an 2013 image
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[12:07] <javascript881> guys. my raspberry pi rebooted 45mins ago when I was connected to it on SSH and now I get an access denied when logging in
[12:07] <javascript881> wtf
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[12:07] <javascript881> the rpi is not internet facing so I can't possibly be hacked?
[12:08] <javascript881> what do I do O.o
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[12:19] <saxa> javascript881: connect the keyboard and monitor and check
[12:21] <javascript881> saxa: just did, it's getting a fatal error when booting
[12:21] <javascript881> `ioctl failure no such device`
[12:21] <javascript881> and it just keeps on printing that
[12:21] <javascript881> over and over
[12:22] <Ben64> rip
[12:22] <javascript881> what do i do lol
[12:23] <javascript881> is there any way to salvage the files on it ?
[12:25] <Ben64> maybe
[12:25] <Ben64> put it into another computer and see
[12:26] <javascript881> i tried 2 rpis
[12:26] <Ben64> computer
[12:26] <javascript881> oh the sdcard ?
[12:26] <Ben64> yep
[12:28] <javascript881> what am I looking for
[12:29] <Ben64> well you asked if you could salvage files, so ... files
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[12:30] <javascript881> yeah the files like rc.local etc
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[12:30] <javascript881> I open the sdcard all I get are binaries for the most part
[12:30] <javascript881> and some text files
[12:31] <javascript881> hm it shows up as 2 parts
[12:31] <javascript881> boot and USB drive
[12:31] <javascript881> however USB drive is a not recognized format
[12:31] <javascript881> *not recognized file system
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[12:34] <javascript881> I have raspbian installed on my rpi, and when booting it encounters a [FATAL] error, it won't start up and just keeps looping `get-iface-ip ioctl failure no such device`
[12:35] <javascript881> is there any way to get past this? all I want is to get a few scripts on it and I can just throw away the sd card if it's fried
[12:35] * ShorTie Thinkz, backups are your friend
[12:36] <[Saint]> if you just want a couple of scripts off it you can mount it on anything that can mount ext4 and just pull them off.
[12:36] <[Saint]> also, yes, throw that stuff in github.
[12:36] <javascript881> like a laptop running ubuntu ?
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[12:36] <[Saint]> Yes.
[12:36] <javascript881> ok let me get one and try :)
[12:37] <[Saint]> I put all my user .dotfiles and environment configuaration files, .gitconfig, ssh/screenrc, etc. in a github repository.
[12:37] <[Saint]> just flash an iname, create a new user, and install git and checkout my repo to ~/
[12:37] <[Saint]> s/iname/image/
[12:38] <[Saint]> takes all of a couple of minutes.
[12:39] <ShorTie> takes less just to copy to another pc
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[12:41] <[Saint]> I would argue that's largely untrue. mount, copy, paste, unmount, mount, copy, paste vs 'git clone git.foo/bar/baz ~/'
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[12:41] <javascript881> mounted it, found rc.local
[12:41] <javascript881> but is has something different in it ?
[12:42] <[Saint]> well, it sounds very much like your filesystem got trashed, so, maybe?
[12:42] <ShorTie> WinSCP is a sweet apt
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[12:43] <javascript881> #!/bin/sh/ -e; /opt/7mkZT4X6; exit 0
[12:43] <[Saint]> huh.
[12:43] <[Saint]> hmmm.
[12:46] <javascript881> I think I've been hacked lol
[12:46] <javascript881> legit
[12:47] <javascript881> https://www.erawanarifnugroho.com/2017/08/25/raspberry-pi-exploited-cryptocurrency-mining.html
[12:47] <javascript881> exact same thing happened to me
[12:47] <javascript881> same host etc
[12:49] <Ben64> whatever happened to "the rpi is not internet facing so I can't possibly be hacked?"
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[12:51] * shiftplusone would be interested to know how it happened.
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[12:53] <javascript881> it wasn't at the time
[12:53] <javascript881> maybe it was when it got infected
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[12:53] <javascript881> but still even if it was
[12:53] <javascript881> how
[12:54] <javascript881> there were no ports forwarded
[12:54] <javascript881> or anything
[12:54] <javascript881> the only way to get into it was from an internal pc over ssh
[12:56] <shiftplusone> What distro was it running and was it up to date?
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[13:00] <javascript881> raspbian
[13:00] <javascript881> it was the first time I booted it up in a few months so the version is at most a few months old
[13:01] <shiftplusone> stretch?
[13:01] <javascript881> stretch ?
[13:01] <[Saint]> shiftplusone: hey man!
[13:01] <shiftplusone> [Saint]: o/
[13:01] <[Saint]> hey, you might know, is there any way to disable/enable power to the csi?
[13:02] <shiftplusone> not off the top of my head. What's this for?
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[13:02] <[Saint]> I'd like to be able to depower a picam when not in use because it's got a couple of massive IR LED modules hanging off it and it's a hungry-hungry-hippo.
[13:03] <[Saint]> I'll just build a breakout for it I guess.
[13:03] <shiftplusone> What is the IR LED connected out?
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[13:03] <shiftplusone> often they hook it up to the voltage line and that can't be switched off.
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[13:04] <[Saint]> et viola: https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/61Ht8nIZgFL._SY355_.jpg
[13:04] <[Saint]> so, yeah, probably. I don't mind depowering the entire thing.
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[13:04] <shiftplusone> I mean the same line that powers the pi itself
[13:05] <shiftplusone> 3v3
[13:05] <[Saint]> when I'm not using the LEDs I won't need the camera either. I was just wondering if there was some gate somewhere to depower the csi port.
[13:05] <[Saint]> I'll just put a breakout in the cable then and do it that way.
[13:06] <[Saint]> flip that with an arbitrary gpio pin.
[13:06] <shiftplusone> Nope, because there's no switch that will cut that 3v3 line at all. It comes straight from the regulator that also powers everything else that's 3v3.
[13:06] <shiftplusone> So yeah... a breakout will do it.
[13:06] <[Saint]> do you know offhand how/if the system will cope with a mmal camera suddenly disappearing/appearing?
[13:07] <[Saint]> or do I just have to wing it?
[13:07] <shiftplusone> It should cope
[13:08] <shiftplusone> as long as it's connected when you first try to use it, since it scans for cameras and stores that result.
[13:08] <[Saint]> I mean, obviously I'll guard againt taking it down during write/capture, I'd just like to know I can bring it back up.
[13:08] <[Saint]> ah, OK. excellent.
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[13:09] <shiftplusone> Yes, I used to physically remove the camera from the port and connect it while the pi was running and that was fine (as long as you don't short anything). Wouldn't recommend it, but it works.
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[13:09] <[Saint]> I need to make a more substantial and shorter flex cable anyway.
[13:09] <[Saint]> I really don't like the voltage the flimsy little flatcable I have is having to deal with.
[13:10] <[Saint]> those LEDs don't mess around.
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[13:12] <[Saint]> shiftplusone: I tried to figure this out, but I haven't been able to pice it together. in the current use case for those LED modules as pictured, there's no way to actually use the ambient light sensors ... is there?
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[13:12] <[Saint]> I can't seem to find anyone actually doing it. presumably the camera supports some form of onewire logic?
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[13:13] <shiftplusone> Not sure I follow. What ambient light sensors?
[13:14] <shiftplusone> no onewire that I am aware of. There's just a few gpios which are used for power enable (not useful for you) and such, i2c to communicate with the sensor and CSI for the actual image data.
[13:14] <[Saint]> sorry, poor/wrong wording. there's a light sensor on each module next to the IR LED.
[13:14] <[Saint]> And I can't for the life of me fathom what it's for.
[13:15] <shiftplusone> Do you have a schematic for the thing?
[13:15] <[Saint]> Hah!
[13:15] <[Saint]> Alas, I do not. There's about a bajillion slightly different unlabled variations of them.
[13:16] <shiftplusone> Typically those sorts of boards are Chinese clones of somebody who did it properly and released a schematic.
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[13:17] <shiftplusone> Figured it would be adafruit, but I don't see anything similar
[13:18] <[Saint]> yeah, I haven't had any luck with this at all. :-S
[13:18] <[Saint]> and I'd really really like to, because my /guess/ is that they can be used to depower the IR LED based on light source, but it doesn't appear to operate in that fashion out-of-the-box.
[13:19] <shiftplusone> If those sensors do anything, it would be done on the board itself and is probably not controllable from the pi.
[13:19] <[Saint]> So I was hoping there would be some way to read from them, but I can't find that information either.
[13:19] <shiftplusone> unless they've connected it to the gpio pins in some usable way
[13:19] <shiftplusone> do you have the part numbers?
[13:21] <[Saint]> there's absolutely no information printed on the boards I have at all.
[13:21] <[Saint]> Deliberately, one presumes, as there's /plenty/ of room.
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[13:23] <[Saint]> I suppose it's supposed to govern the IR LEDs automatically and just....doesn't.
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[13:23] <[Saint]> wondering if there was some way it could communicate logic over the csi was just a shot in the dark because nothing else works. hah.
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[17:14] <aliasunknown> Hello
[17:14] <aliasunknown> Does anybody have information on the most efficient type of DC-DC convert for 12V to 5V?
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[17:15] <aliasunknown> Ive been looking at CPT converters, linear regulators
[17:16] <aliasunknown> switching regulators
[17:16] <aliasunknown> any ideas
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[17:20] <mfa298> aliasunknown: linear regulators convert the excess voltage into heat so are often less efficient.
[17:20] <stiv> 4.7 diodes in series
[17:21] <mfa298> certainly for 12v to 5v, in a linear regulator Iin will be the same as Iout, so you'll get a fair bit of heat out depending on how much current the Pi draws.
[17:21] <gordonDrogon> aliasunknown, there are a few 7805 regulators which have the same footprint as the old linear 7805 and are veryeasy to use - just 1A though.
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[17:21] <gordonDrogon> ok for a Pi v0 maybe not so ok for a v3.
[17:21] <mfa298> switching regulators are generally going to be more efficeint (80-90% is common)
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[17:22] <aliasunknown> im searching then for switching regulators then as they are more efficeint?
[17:22] <gordonDrogon> yes.
[17:22] <aliasunknown> we might be powering a few more sensors and things but 2A should be more than enough
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[17:23] <gordonDrogon> and a Pi as well?
[17:23] <aliasunknown> yes
[17:23] <aliasunknown> doing testing but most likly pi A+
[17:24] <aliasunknown> the idea is to power the system via solar and batteries
[17:24] <gordonDrogon> odd choice, but maybe you have them - I'd use a zero over an a+, but hey ...
[17:24] <aliasunknown> so we are trying to get the most efficient way
[17:24] <aliasunknown> yea i order some to test
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[17:25] <aliasunknown> I read that efficieny is affected by the difference in voltage, so 15V to 5V is worst than 12V to 5V
[17:25] <lastaid> i have a problem with serial->usb converts that seems to be exclusive to the raspberry pi. i checked with win/amd64, linux/amd64 linux/arm (beaglebone black) and raspbian/arm
[17:25] <uriahheep> gordonDrogon: a+ is neat too if you’re looking to involve audio playback in a project :>
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[17:26] <lastaid> only on the pi i have issues with serial communication being corrupted. could it be the kernel or the "firmware"?
[17:26] <BurtyB> aliasunknown, if you're using linear - for switching check the data
[17:26] <uriahheep> lastaid: what baud are you running the serial connection at?
[17:27] <lastaid> 921600
[17:27] <gordonDrogon> that's a weird baudrate.
[17:27] <uriahheep> that would be why
[17:27] <aliasunknown> thanks
[17:27] <stiv> indeed
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[17:27] <mfa298> aliasunknown: the datasheet for the regulato shoudl tell you (probably with a graph) what the efficiency is like, but switching regulators will generally be in the range 80-90% efficient.
[17:27] <stiv> also might be too fast for the pi with whatever else is going on
[17:27] <lastaid> 110, 150, 300, 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400, 57600, 115200, 230400, 460800, 921600 those are all common baud rates
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[17:28] <lastaid> and why would it wokr on all the other platforms.
[17:28] <gordonDrogon> aliasunknown, there are many "UBEC" devices on ebay - these may help you find something.
[17:28] <uriahheep> lastaid: there’s a setting in config.txt allowing one to use such high baud rates
[17:28] <lastaid> hangon ...
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[17:28] <lastaid> uriahheep: does it affect ftdi usb->serail converters?
[17:28] <aliasunknown> intresting
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[17:29] <aliasunknown> right now I am using some cheap "CPT" converter and its not the best
[17:29] <aliasunknown> plus its for 5A and by using less than 1 its less efficent
[17:29] <lastaid> i even tested a current version of raspbian and a 2015 one. even the rpi3 and rpi1b+ and they both fail consistently
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[17:30] <uriahheep> lastaid: put init_uart_clock=16000000 I config.txt and set baud to 1000000
[17:30] <gordonDrogon> lastaid, it might simply not be possible on the Pi.
[17:30] <gordonDrogon> uriahheep, he's using a USB adapter, not the on-board one ...
[17:31] <uriahheep> lastaid: dunno
[17:31] <uriahheep> o
[17:31] <uriahheep> oops
[17:31] <uriahheep> sorry
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[17:33] <gordonDrogon> so you're basically looking at 100,000 characters a second over the USB interface - which is more than fast enough, but if they are being sent one at a time, then that might potentially be 100,000 interrupts/sec or the Pi having to poll the USB interface 100,000 times a second - that might be the limitation. I'm not sure the USB interface can handle that many tiny bursts, but who knows.
[17:33] <lastaid> wait guys ... i am using the serial->uart to connect a serial device TO the pi
[17:33] <lastaid> so the usb end in in the pi
[17:34] <gordonDrogon> uh - are you plugging into the Pi's USB or the Pi's GPIO pins?
[17:34] <lastaid> Pi's usb
[17:34] <gordonDrogon> right, so what I said applies.
[17:35] <lastaid> it has no problems receiving 4000k bytes
[17:35] <lastaid> sry 4k
[17:35] <lastaid> will never have a corrupt byte. but once i hit 8000 - 11000 bytes, it brakes
[17:35] <gordonDrogon> fastest I regularly use is 115200 to program & exchang data from ATmegas - never had any issues with that over USB.
[17:37] <gordonDrogon> 4096 might be the size of the serial input buffer, so if your program can't drain it fast enough you might lose something unless there is some form of handshaking.
[17:37] <pksato> ttl level serial? or RS232 voltage level? Short or long cable?
[17:38] <lastaid> ttl level serial, but the serial converter is on the device PI->USB-------->FTDI->Device
[17:38] <lastaid> i can try a shorter cable to be sure
[17:38] <lastaid> hafve a 15cm one here
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[17:44] <lastaid> i am trying to get debian arm64 working right now, maybe there will be a difference there
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[17:47] <lastaid> gordonDrogon: i don't think that 921600 is to fast for the pi. also it works on another, slower arm architecture.
[17:48] <lastaid> most usb->serial controllers use bulk frames internally, iirc, the ftdi uses 16 + 2 bytes for serial communication when its not using fast bulk frames
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[17:57] <lastaid> its a raspbian problem. just confirmed with debian-testing. works like a charm on a rpi3 ... now i have to figure out what the difference is
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[18:07] <gordonDrogon> lastaid, I'd be thinking more along the lines of the kernel than userland.
[18:07] <gordonDrogon> there's really nothing in userland to get in-between the hardware controlled by the kernel and your program.
[18:08] <gordonDrogon> other than maybe some weird compiler optimisation...
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[18:16] <doub> I'm trying to have a Pi Zero W take pictures every second for a very long timelapse. It works at my desk with power from a USB hub and a monitor on HDMI. But if I unplug the HDMI, the Pi crashes after a few minutes. Any idea what could cause that? Also what can I do to pinpoint the cause?
[18:17] <doub> (fwiw it's a special charging port on the hub)
[18:18] <red9> What happens if you boot without the HDMI connected ever?
[18:21] <doub> It boots fine, my script runs for a few minutes, and then it crashes.
[18:21] <doub> When I say crash, I mean it stops responding on the network. As the monitor is unplugged I'm not sure.
[18:22] <doub> And it reboots.
[18:22] <doub> My script turns off the LED so there's no parasitic light on the timelapse. So I can see when it reboots.
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[20:56] <vahk> Greetings. I am using a Raspberry Pi 3, with an external soundcard (an audio interface). I am writing an application for the Pi in C++ that captures from the audio interface. However I have just noticed that even when my application is not running I'm getting sound capturing from the interface (a guitar is hooked up to it). It seems to automatically capture any audio from the interface as soon as the Pi
[20:56] <vahk> boots. Anybody know how to diable this?
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[20:56] <vahk> I've also got the interface as my default sound device.
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[20:56] <vahk> alsamixer shows no capture options for the device, BTW.
[20:59] <vahk> I have the same audio interface on desktop (Ubuntu) and this behavior isn't present.
[21:00] <mk-fg> Do you use pulseaudio there? Maybe check that as well
[21:01] <vahk> mk-fg: On the Pi or on desktop?
[21:02] <vahk> I've got pulseaudio on desktop, but not on the Pi, I think.
[21:02] <mk-fg> Pi, assumed everything above was about Pi
[21:02] <vahk> I'm not 100% sure if pulseaudio is running, but I think it's not.
[21:03] <mk-fg> "ps aux | grep pulse" to be sure, might be installed with distro that has desktop out of the box
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[21:04] <vahk> mk-fg: When I said desktop above, I was referring to my main x86 desktop.
[21:04] <mk-fg> Though dunno why'd pulse do that thing either
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[21:04] <vahk> Yeah I just checked. It seems that Raspbian does not install pulseaudio by default.
[21:05] <vahk> And in fact my software framework which supports pulse throws an error on running. Which leads me to believe that there is no pulseaudio.
[21:05] <vahk> It just defaults to the next thing, which is ALSA.
[21:06] <vahk> The grep has returned that there are no processes called pulse*
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[21:09] <mk-fg> Maybe paste output of "amixer -c0 contents ; amixer -c1 contents" somewhere? I'm curious about "no controls in alsamixer"
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[21:09] <mk-fg> Though I haven't used many usb cards, maybe not that uncommon
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[21:17] <vahk> mk-fg: Here it is: https://pastebin.com/tVxPTFBK
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[21:19] <mk-fg> Hm, weird
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[21:19] <vahk> mk-fg: It says the same thing on my x86 desktop (same audio interface).
[21:19] <vahk> Through alsamixer.
[21:20] <mk-fg> Afaik all these cards use same snd-usb driver and protocol (usb audio spec or something), so it's the card not providing any knobs
[21:20] <vahk> Ah, I see.
[21:20] <mk-fg> And doing its thing in some way that you apparently can't control and don't want
[21:20] <vahk> It is a cheap card.
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[21:21] <mk-fg> I have some $5-10 one here, but iirc it has plenty of knobs, maybe you got unlucky with that one :)
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[21:24] <vahk> mk-fg: Do you mean physical knobs? I thought you were talking about the virtual sliders in alsamixer. :)
[21:24] <vahk> mk-fg: This audio interface has 3 physical knobs.
[21:24] <mk-fg> No no, virtual sliders, ofc :)
[21:24] <vahk> mk-fg: Ah ok!
[21:25] <mk-fg> Oh, guess maybe they swapped virtual ones for physical that way
[21:25] <vahk> mk-fg: I've figured something out, and thanks for helping me. I swapped out the interface from my x86 desktop to the Pi.
[21:25] <vahk> It doesn't seem to have the issue now, so I'm guessing the problem is in that specific interface.
[21:25] <vahk> (audio inteface/soundcard)
[21:26] <vahk> It's by Behringer, and I don't know if you're a musician, but the company is known for it's relatively low quality control.
[21:26] <vahk> I should have tried this out before I asked for help, heh.
[21:26] <mk-fg> No worries
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[21:26] <vahk> I guess maybe the audio is bleeding through it, some how?
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[21:27] <mk-fg> Hmm, that sounds really low quality :)
[21:27] <mk-fg> I mean, if it fails like that on electrical level
[21:28] <vahk> Haha
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[21:28] <vahk> Yeah, I've plugged it into my x86 desktop and it's doing it again on here.
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[21:28] <vahk> I'm relieved to know it's not the Pi, at least. :)
[21:28] <mk-fg> Can't you disable line-in via physical knob on it though?
[21:28] <vahk> Oh damn.
[21:28] <vahk> mk-fg...
[21:29] <mk-fg> Turn it down to 0 or such
[21:29] <vahk> mk-fg: I'm so sorry for wasting your time. I feel so bad now.
[21:29] <vahk> mk-fg: I accidentily had the "monitor" button pressed. :x
[21:29] <mk-fg> Aha :)
[21:29] <vahk> I'm getting old/a far cry away from my younger trouble shooting days.
[21:30] <vahk> I gotta get my projects done before I get too old!
[21:30] <vahk> :D
[21:30] <vahk> mk-fg: So sorry, but thank you so much.
[21:30] <mk-fg> No problem, good luck!
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[21:31] <vahk> mk-fg: Thanks!
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[21:47] <Greg-J> Voice recognition question: Anyone have any hands-on experience with a rpi library that will recognize a word without an internet connection?
[21:47] <Greg-J> I want a pi to perform an action if it hears a single word, but I don't want it to have to have internet connection.
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[21:57] <ebarch> Greg-J: I actually just saw an article in The MagPi about that
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[21:57] <ebarch> it was https://snips.ai/
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[21:57] <Greg-J> Suhweeeeat!
[21:57] <Greg-J> ebarch, you rock.
[21:58] <ebarch> no prob :) I haven't tried it, so hopefully it will do what you're after
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[21:59] <Greg-J> Looks like it.
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[22:36] <Foxfir3> [Saint]: Thanks for the tips last night. A healthy Rasbian up and running :)
[22:39] <Foxfir3> I cant find any article on the hardware issues for Arch, Fedora and FreeBSD. Can someone here clarify It for me? The GPIO, Wire?, I2C, SPI. I really want to get awawy from the Raspian distro, but I dont understand the price of switching.
[22:40] <Foxfir3> Im assuming some libraries were written for Raspian to handle the Pi gadgets?
[22:42] <TheG0ldenG0d> does anyone here do development on their pi
[22:45] <Foxfir3> TheG0ldenG0d: What would be limiting dev on the Pi?
[22:45] <TheG0ldenG0d> what do you mean
[22:45] <TheG0ldenG0d> I dont understand your question
[22:45] <Foxfir3> TheG0ldenG0d: I mean, apart from the limited ram.
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[23:01] <andi> Hello, I'd like to setup an openswan servivce on a raspberry pi. Can somebody tell me how much ressources openswan needs to have a nice latency and throughput for the vpn connection?
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[23:16] <gordonDrogon> TheG0ldenG0d, I develop all my Pi stuff on the Pi.
[23:16] <TheG0ldenG0d> thats what Im doing with reactjs but it takes almost a minute when I run npm run build to build the production version of my web app
[23:17] <gordonDrogon> I write C and BASIC programs on my Pi's.
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[23:18] <red9> Why BASIC ?
[23:18] <TheG0ldenG0d> yea Im wondering that too
[23:18] <TheG0ldenG0d> thats a really old language
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[23:19] <gordonDrogon> why not basic?
[23:19] <Habbie> TheG0ldenG0d, C is only slightly newer and 90% of your system is written in it
[23:19] <gordonDrogon> my basic is written in C.
[23:19] <Habbie> :)
[23:19] <TheG0ldenG0d> what are you talking about ?
[23:20] <gordonDrogon> anyway, GOTO bed time here :)
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[23:28] <Foxfir3> anyone had luck installing qutebrowser in raspian?
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[23:35] <Foxfir3> Beginning to understand. 2 cards. Raspbian minimal for playing with hardware. Arch, FreeBSD, Fedoras for playing with everything else. Obviously they dont care to mention that :D so.. 2 SD cards to get the full package. I wonder If I can dual boot form the Raspian SD card, and then have distro on a USB stick?
[23:35] <Habbie> many things are possible
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[23:36] <Habbie> not everything has been made easy by others already
[23:36] <Habbie> but i recall 'berryboot' as a useful search term
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[23:36] <Foxfir3> Habbie: thanks :) Berryboot it is then.
[23:37] <Habbie> there's also uboot
[23:37] <Foxfir3> Habbie: Can the R Pi even rebbot? It has no battery?
[23:37] <Habbie> i don't understand the question
[23:37] <Foxfir3> Habbie: uboot noted :)
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[23:39] <Foxfir3> Habbie: im a Pi noob, so I dont understand the boot process. If I want to reboot the systeme over ssh. Would that be possible?
[23:39] <Habbie> sure
[23:39] <Habbie> just type sudo reboot
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[23:50] <Foxfir3> Habbie: oh.. okay. reboot works now. It didnt work before i updated the system.
[23:52] <Foxfir3> Habbie: I was just curious as to how It is able to reboot without a battery.
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[23:55] <doub> My Pi Zero runs a timelapse script, and it automatically hard-reboots a few minutes after I unplug the HDMI cable. I imagine it crashes and some watchdog resets it. Is there a way to disable the watchdog so I can see what happens before the crash?
[23:56] <Maai> i found aliens are controling
[23:57] <Maai> send them the opposite of your love. otherwise humans remain watched
[23:57] <Maai> when they speak. they are panacking. like a bully.
[23:58] <Maai> panick :)
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