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IRC Log for 2018-04-20

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[0:21] <red9> How does one make the Pi Zero to boot using serial console?
[0:21] <red9> I have read several guides. Something seems to be missing.
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[0:33] <JessicaRN> hey folks: rpi3 running stretch. why is the wifi so crazy slow???
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[0:37] <JessicaRN> dunno if anyone answered my last question. I got booted
[0:37] <mfa298> what do you mean by crazy slow ?
[0:38] <JessicaRN> like .6MPS
[0:38] <methuzla> red9, enable_uart=1 in config.txt
[0:39] <ShorTie> i'd guess signal strength, try moving next to the router maybe
[0:39] <JessicaRN> I saw some posts about compatibility issues w/ certain routers, but the router I have access to is locked up and I can't get details from it.
[0:40] <red9> methuzla, already in place
[0:40] <JessicaRN> my signal is pretty strong. I saw a number of posts on this
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[0:42] <chithead> maybe regulatory domain not set properly. "iw get get" and "iw reg set <countrycode>"
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[0:43] <JessicaRN> chithead: was that for me?
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[0:43] <chithead> JessicaRN: yes. if that is 00 (world), then you will have low txpower and limited number of channels
[0:44] <JessicaRN> i'll check. itll take sec
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[0:45] <mfa298> JessicaRN: could also be interferrence, if there's various other wireless networks nearby (in most places there's only 3 non overlapping channels - and possibly fewer with 11n)
[0:45] <methuzla> red9, should be all that's needed. what are you using for os?
[0:47] <chithead> with 11g/n (11b compatibiliy disabled) you have 4 non-overlapping channels in most countries: 1,5,9,13. not in us though which allow only channels 1-11
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[0:47] <red9> raspbian
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[0:48] <methuzla> are you tieing into the tx/rx pins on the header?
[0:48] <red9> yep
[0:49] <methuzla> raspbian lite of full?
[0:49] <methuzla> or full?
[0:49] <mfa298> chithead: from memory those have a slight overlap still, you've got to go to the 1,6,11 (or similar spacing) for no overlap, and with the 40MHz option in 11n you might need bigger gaps.
[0:50] <red9> I have a unix-PC wired to the Pi. And a oscilloscope. So I know the Pi is raising the line to 3.3V a few milliseconds after boot.
[0:50] <red9> (hundreds of milliseconds)
[0:50] <methuzla> how is the pc wired in?
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[0:52] <red9> On the Pi pins 6,8,10 and then onto a serial<-->USB converter (verified with a scope) onto the PC
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[0:53] <red9> TV output works.. but no keyboard.
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[0:53] <methuzla> 6 = GND, 8 = TX, 10 = RD
[0:53] <methuzla> that's all good
[0:53] <methuzla> did you swap tx and rx?
[0:54] <methuzla> *10 = RX
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[0:55] <chithead> mfa298: with 40 mhz channels you have only two non-overlapping ones
[0:57] <red9> no swapping, verified with the scope.
[0:57] <red9> 3,3V signal on the line = output.
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[0:58] <methuzla> i mean you have tx->rx and rx->tx?
[0:59] <red9> the scope says I'm not.
[0:59] <tristero> red9: 3.3V means no data (UART protocol is active low)
[0:59] <red9> I'll try swapping.
[1:00] <tristero> and your USB-serial converter is actually for 3.3V, not true (12V) serial, right?
[1:00] <methuzla> what usb cable are you using? it is one of the common ones with red/black/green/white pig tails?
[1:00] <methuzla> or even 5v
[1:00] <red9> picture?
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[1:01] <red9> voltage level verified with scope
[1:01] <methuzla> like this? https://www.adafruit.com/product/954
[1:02] <JessicaRN> chithead: my speed is now 10x better! Ty
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[1:02] <JessicaRN> will "iw reg set US" remain set on reboot?
[1:03] <red9> no such cable used.
[1:03] <methuzla> do you have any info on the cable you are using?
[1:03] <red9> PC USB --> bluepill with BMP firmware --> TX/RX pins wired to the Pi.
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[1:04] <chithead> JessicaRN: no
[1:05] <tristero> red9: once it's booted, can you do serial comms between Pi and PC OK? with screen or minicom etc.?
[1:06] <JessicaRN> chithead: what should I do to make it static?
[1:06] <chithead> depends on how you configured your wifi. if via wpa_supplicant.conf then put that setting there
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[1:07] <JessicaRN> i think I'm using interfaces. that said, do you mind giving me the syntax for both?
[1:08] <red9> tristero, characters sent as seen per oscilloscope. But no response (also verified with scope + PC)
[1:09] <red9> Using digital DSO and raspbian light (no GUI)
[1:09] <tristero> sent from which side?
[1:09] <methuzla> red9, sry. never tried this with bluepill/bmp firmware for the interface.
[1:10] <red9> I can see them sent from the PC. And then I switched to monitor the Pi transmitter, and not sign of life.
[1:10] <methuzla> but i was using one of those cables i linked about an hour ago without issue, i did nothing but enable_uart=1 in config.txt
[1:10] <red9> Frustrating to see the console on NTSC composite video. But can't type a single character..
[1:11] <tristero> And what if you send from the Pi? Do you see the data on the TX line?
[1:11] <red9> Tried keyboard -- Hub -- Pi, no luck getting the keyboard in the backway.
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[1:12] <tristero> can't you ssh into it?
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[1:14] <red9> no console access..
[1:14] <red9> seems it works now. switch wires..
[1:15] <red9> just got to remember the default password. I read earlier today... forgott it ;)
[1:15] <red9> I'll have to check signals vs scope..
[1:16] <red9> I installed 200 ohm resistors in series from the start to protect against mismatches. So now I thought.. what the heck. Can't hurt to try..
[1:18] <red9> yes! logged in via serial.. ;-)
[1:18] <chithead> JessicaRN: interfaces can contain the wifi configuration directly, or delegate to wpa_supplicant.conf
[1:19] <JessicaRN> chithead: so just "country=US"
[1:19] <chithead> yes. if you run raspbian, you can use raspi-config too
[1:19] <red9> Thanks all for the help!
[1:20] <JessicaRN> chithead: in the line below iface wlan0....?
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[1:20] <chithead> country=US is for wpa_supplicant.conf, not for interfaces
[1:20] <red9> Would the high speed of 115200 likely cause any trouble? single ended transmission and all..
[1:20] <JessicaRN> chithead: what is it for interfaces?
[1:22] <red9> I think I'm heading for the JessicaRN territory. How to attach the Pi to a local WLAN? the area have multiple.
[1:24] <chithead> JessicaRN: no idea, but if it is possible it should be documented
[1:27] <tristero> red9: I've never had problems with 115200 on USB-serial
[1:29] <red9> Is the WPA2 security flaw fixed in Raspbian? (it did/does affect all OS)
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[1:32] <plum> red9: was it the one from like January/February?
[1:32] <plum> KRACK?
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[1:33] <red9> yep
[1:34] <red9> unsure about date. But I have some memory of "KRACK".
[1:34] <red9> Even better.. it was flawed by design....... *facepalm*
[1:34] <demt> Greetings.
[1:34] <plum> it looks like the patched versions are available but i'm not sure whether they are built in by default
[1:34] <plum> https://raspberrypi.stackexchange.com/questions/73879/is-the-raspberry-pi-vulnerable-to-the-kracks-on-wpa2-networks/73880#73880
[1:35] <plum> keeping the system updated should be the best way to fight this
[1:35] <plum> hiya demt
[1:37] <red9> When the only connection is via wireless. Well I kind of hope they have patched that thing.. ;)
[1:38] <cirdan> whatcha talkin 'bout. it has ethernet
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[1:39] <red9> Which one is "it" ? ;)
[1:39] <DrBenway> anyone ever plugged a usb mass storage (powered usb external hd 4tb)? sudo fdisk -l takes forever. it's like if there's something that needs to read or process the whole 4TB
[1:39] <DrBenway> using raspbian
[1:41] <red9> filesystem type? raspbian version? hardware interface setup? hw model?
[1:41] <DrBenway> hfsplus and ExFat
[1:41] <cirdan> DrBenway: should try zfs :)
[1:41] <DrBenway> latest if you apt-get dist-upgrade
[1:42] <red9> Pi RAM capacity + ZFS = *duck!* ;-)
[1:42] <DrBenway> yeah... i'm trying to stick with a filesystem that is compatible with most of my systems
[1:42] <DrBenway> i realize it's not ideal for a linux system
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[1:43] <DrBenway> i wonder if it's only one of the 2 file systems that are slow
[1:44] <cirdan> red9: it works great. I even make a detailed howto
[1:44] <cirdan> it needs ram for cache and dedup. just never enable dedup. ever. on any system.
[1:44] <cirdan> also newer versions are much better at sharing ram
[1:45] <red9> that leaves caching. Which it will do aggressivly.
[1:45] <cirdan> https://github.com/zfsonlinux/pkg-zfs/wiki/HOWTO-install-Raspbian-to-a-Native-ZFS-Root-Filesystem,-or,-How-I-Learned-to-Love-Data-Integrity
[1:45] <cirdan> yeah, the min max is 64Mb
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[1:47] <red9> Then it's the question of a fast and reliable (connector) setup of disks to the Pi.
[1:47] <DrBenway> i'm going with whatever was in the box
[1:49] <DrBenway> but out of curiosity... is anyone successfully connecting a big external hard drive to the rpi (v3 i think) without it taking forever?
[1:49] <DrBenway> using what file system?
[1:51] <cirdan> No red9 it's even more important on small devices.. It will let me know as soon as I get a corrupt block on my sdcard
[1:51] <akk> al na'ir
[1:52] <cirdan> Also lz4 compression uses 1-2% cpu writing files and the base install is almost half the size
[1:52] <cirdan> It's only 800mb used
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[1:57] <cirdan> So in that case it effectively doubles the io speed of the pi, as long as it's somewhat compressible data
[1:57] <cirdan> But usb2/microsd is so fast who would want that? 😜
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[2:05] <GrandPa-G> If I connect a pi with a cross-over ethernet cable, can I ssh into the pi after a fresh install raspbarian?
[2:07] <ShorTie> don't need no cross-over cable, those are cisco things
[2:07] <cirdan> GrandPa-G: need to make a file called ssh in /boot
[2:07] <cirdan> they dont enable ssh by default
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[2:13] <DrBenway> my rpi has 4 usb ports. are the ports equal?
[2:13] <DrBenway> in power and stuff
[2:13] <DrBenway> or version
[2:13] <DrBenway> (I think it's an rpi3)
[2:14] <ShorTie> i'd say ya
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[2:20] <GrandPa-G> cirdan:are you sure latest version doesn't have ssh enabled by default? The purpose of this is to not have monitor keyboard on pi and configure wifi remotely.
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[2:23] <ebarch> GrandPa-G: https://www.raspberrypi.org/documentation/remote-access/ssh/ check out item #2
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[2:24] <ebarch> you can drop the wifi config file right into the first partition, though
[2:24] <ebarch> I do that to setup headless systems on wifi (right after I flash the card)
[2:25] <ebarch> so I always drop the "ssh" file and "wpa_supplicant.conf" file on my SDs before popping into a Pi
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[2:29] <GrandPa-G> ebarch:the problem is that I need someone to setup wifi at various locations so on SD image with conf file won't work. A tech will be setting it up onsite (tech with little skill)
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[2:30] <cirdan> put sd card in reader on computer
[2:30] <cirdan> place files
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[2:34] <ebarch> ^^
[2:34] <ebarch> or create an image with the files already baked in
[2:34] <ebarch> if someone can flash an SD card, they should be able to drag 2 files over...right?
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[3:04] <GrandPa-G> Shortie:so if you don't have a router, you can connect pi to laptop with normal ethernet cable?
[3:04] <extor> So the pi zero does not support 5 Ghz I guess?
[3:07] <cirdan> GrandPa-G: or you can put the wifi config files in /boot
[3:07] <cirdan> but yes it can
[3:10] <GrandPa-G> cirdan:not to be a problem, but a)don't know if the tech will have card reader, b)When I put sd card in, I don't see /boot folder
[3:11] <cirdan> it the fat partition it's called boot
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[5:12] <Johnjay> question, wasn't there a project to develop open firmware for the raspi?
[5:12] <Johnjay> what ever happened to dat?
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[5:32] <cirdan> Johnjay: it's on github, it's on hold i saw
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[6:35] <plum> hi!
[6:35] <plum> my fresh Stretch install is cut off on the left side of the screen
[6:36] <plum> i'm trying to configure config.txt... does anyone know how overscan works? like which direction doeswhat?
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[6:44] <red9> Re previous Raspberry Pi Zero W trouble with console access. I solved it with a USB<-->3.3V TTL bridge based on a STM32 chip 2 US$.
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[6:47] <erm3nda> red9, i had TTL cable without know it :-) cuz i bought some DKU-5 (nokia unlock) cables years ago, which had prolific chip.
[6:47] <erm3nda> red9, i want one Zero W. will i have the same problem?
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[6:58] <Nephilum> 6
[6:58] <Nephilum> +
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[7:05] <Johnjay> cirdan: is the open firmware just for the gpu?
[7:06] <red9> erm3nda, The Raspberry Pi Zero have very few ways to gain shell access. Better plan ahead. I was lucky.
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[7:06] <red9> The most obvious elmination of chagrin is a 3.3V TTL async adapter (ie "RS-232").
[7:07] <red9> It seems to be possible to make the Pi-Z a virtual Ethernet adapter. But configuration and drivers.. argh.
[7:08] <red9> Another option is to preconfigure the device to connect via WLAN again configuration argh.. Another is to pre-configure using a USB-Ethernet adapter or say SPI-ENC28J60 (~520 kB/s capacity)
[7:09] <red9> Video can be had by wiring the "TV" connector to the "Y-input" of composite input or CVBS on scart.
[7:10] <red9> Beware that the pad closest to the "TV" pcb text is GND. And thus connect this to chassis.
[7:10] <red9> (screen on the RCA-phono jack)
[7:10] <red9> But video won't give you keyboard..
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[7:13] <red9> It would be interesting if someone made a USB cable that wired type-A receptacle to Micro-B plug to see if it would find and use a keyboard. (ie console solved)
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[7:18] <erm3nda> i dont really need vga for zero w. just shell to config it. i have usb to eth adapter, it may solve some things...
[7:19] <erm3nda> usb to eth -> meant an usb eth network card
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[7:20] <erm3nda> i know jack is mixed video and audio, it is cool for those not having hdmi/vga screens :-B
[7:20] <red9> erm3nda, well keyboard without any form of screen is tricky .. ;)
[7:20] <erm3nda> network access = shell
[7:20] <red9> "jack"?
[7:20] <erm3nda> rca-phono jack? XD
[7:20] <erm3nda> i have other thing in mind for RCA
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[7:22] <erm3nda> i just want pi zero w because of the lightweigh, and guessing it will consume less power than rpi2, but havent checked for that yet
[7:23] <erm3nda> i tried a powerbank for rpi2 (5200mah) with hdmi screen and was running for less than 2h ...
[7:25] <red9> No Raspberry have any low power feature. Battery time will [insert thing that causes low pressure word]..
[7:25] <red9> Go for "real ARM" microcontrollers for that or MSP430.
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[7:26] <red9> Any real processor that actually features power saving mode is usually so efficient that the batteries will self-discharge before the processor unit has any chance to do so.
[7:26] <red9> (to discharge it)
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[7:28] <erm3nda> msp430 is so little for what i want. i need debian to manage wifi/3g connectivity and some gpios.
[7:29] <red9> To get any serious battery performance out of the Raspberry Pi's. You will have to employ some kind of external circuitry. Be it some simple Transistor switch or advanced microcontroller.
[7:29] <erm3nda> so, ill opt for adding more powerbanks for my purpose
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[7:29] <erm3nda> red9, im just playing/learning, i dont need anything mega advanced :D but thanks
[7:29] <red9> The key is to go into low power mode for say 50 seconds. And then do the heavy stuff for 5 seconds or so.
[7:30] <erm3nda> i dont need high CPU, i know i can set rpi2 Mhz to something lower than default
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[7:30] <red9> Well suppose you wanted to log temperatures in the wilderness far away from everything. Keeping the batteries happy will be essential.
[7:31] <red9> It would be interesting to know if those 3g connectivity dongles support low power modes in any manner. Serious manner that is.
[7:32] <erm3nda> i think i will fry batteries using 3g anyway :D
[7:32] <red9> I'lls suspect they however will loose connectivity and so one will have to re-establish comms and thus use up precious energy.
[7:32] <red9> Why would they fry?
[7:32] <erm3nda> i meant consuming power in no time :-/
[7:33] <red9> Use solarpanels to keep them charged?
[7:33] <erm3nda> i need to document myself about how much does it need
[7:33] <erm3nda> i think about solar powerbank too :D saw one so cheap, around 11$
[7:33] <red9> What is the objective that needs these 3g things going?
[7:34] <red9> It's all about a energy budget.
[7:34] <erm3nda> gpio control getting data from 3g
[7:34] <erm3nda> so i guess that 3g will be the most consuming device
[7:34] <red9> don't forget wind and waterfalls either. Exploit energy oppertunities.
[7:34] <erm3nda> no vga, no high cpu
[7:35] <red9> But how long latency can you handle?
[7:35] <erm3nda> it has to be near to realtime
[7:35] <red9> High data flow demands?
[7:35] <erm3nda> no intervals
[7:35] <red9> always online? = lot's of energy needed.
[7:35] <erm3nda> red9, im trying to control a basic rc/car with 3g
[7:36] <erm3nda> i can carry many batteries on the rc car :D
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[7:36] <erm3nda> i doubt that the whole thing will run for more than 2hours even with x4 batteries
[7:36] <erm3nda> so much weight and so much wifi/3g
[7:36] <erm3nda> but is funny :-)
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[7:44] <red9> In that case there's no need for serious energy savings.. ;)
[7:44] <erm3nda> https://www.ebay.es/itm/WPL-WPLB-1-1-16-2-4G-RC-Military-Truck-Crawler-Off-Road-Car-Kit-4-wheel-Xmas-Toy/163003707089
[7:44] <erm3nda> has some good space to carry things. say's it can carry 3kg...
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[7:46] <red9> Sitting next to a RC car carrying 12V 20 Ah batteries.. ;)
[7:47] <red9> Such things rarely need to consider energy savings on microcontrollers etc..
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[7:50] <erm3nda> im so excited with rc project :-)
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[7:53] <red9> I think the development of UAV is interesting. Catch COST..
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[7:54] <erm3nda> well, UAV is far more complex than just attach rpi to 2channel rc car
[7:55] <erm3nda> i think you played so much call of duty :-B
[7:55] <red9> Otoh.. autonomous UAV cars can likely be done now.
[7:55] <erm3nda> uav is not drone?
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[7:58] <red9> ops.. for the "A" in the UAV ;)
[7:59] <red9> But what I meant is autonomous cars that can drive to a waypoint without direct control.
[8:00] <erm3nda> be done is so far from safe
[8:00] <red9> Think RC "cars
[8:00] <erm3nda> but hey, i am not a beta tester :D
[8:00] <red9> "
[8:01] <erm3nda> i think i will not kill anyone with my car :D
[8:01] <erm3nda> i think ...
[8:01] <red9> Well once the legislators allows full size autonomous cars in public traffic. Everyone in that jurisdiction is a involuntary Beta tester with death and harm as "prices".
[8:02] <erm3nda> cool
[8:02] <erm3nda> full size autonomous tanks will be better :D
[8:02] <erm3nda> so you're safe going inside of it
[8:03] <erm3nda> i dont think that autonomous car is a good idea
[8:03] <red9> People with power any money urges rarely considers such things. ;)
[8:03] <erm3nda> i think that computerized anti-crash things are good, all other is just not good at least with current roads
[8:03] <Lartza> And if you get into an accident, only the bad human driver dies!
[8:04] <Lartza> Becaus robots are perfect and don't cause accidents ;)
[8:04] <mlelstv> if anything, it should be an autonomous flying car that can bring you to Luna City.
[8:04] <red9> Software don't die.. so it can redo the killing..
[8:04] <red9> Luna City?
[8:04] <erm3nda> hipotetic
[8:04] <erm3nda> Moon city
[8:05] <erm3nda> seems mlelstv is latin or somewhat because of Luna word
[8:05] <mlelstv> https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Luna_City
[8:05] <erm3nda> lol
[8:06] <erm3nda> Moon -> Luna en Español
[8:06] <erm3nda> flying car vs ground rocket
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[8:07] <erm3nda> https://mobepagatelia.files.wordpress.com/2015/10/delorean-volando.jpg
[8:08] <erm3nda> http://www.neoteo.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/CCED.jpg
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[10:06] <red9> Re Pi-Zero W console issues. One approach is to preconfig wpa_supplicant.conf .. and pray of course (tm).
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[11:27] <Hanonim> Hey guys, what's the obious way of connecting a RPI 3 to wifi ? There are plenty of different tutos but I don't get much results
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[11:37] <Ben64> clicking the wifi icon, choosing the network, entering the password
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[11:53] <Hanonim> Ben64: without a GUI ;)
[11:53] <Ben64> wpa supplicant
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[11:59] <BurtyB> think it's in raspi-config too
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[18:14] <SkurkSimon> Hey guys, is it possible to use a variable name with mkdir?
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[18:14] <SkurkSimon> Im trying this sudo mkdir /home/username/folder/"$date"
[18:14] <gordonDrogon> SkurkSimon, yes - that's a simple shell thing.
[18:15] <gordonDrogon> if you use backticks `command` then the output of the command is made available
[18:15] <Rickta59> or $(date)
[18:15] <gordonDrogon> gordon @ wakko: echo $(date)
[18:15] <gordonDrogon> Illegal variable name.
[18:15] <Rickta59> $ echo $(date)
[18:15] <Rickta59> Fri Apr 20 12:15:24 EDT 2018
[18:16] <SkurkSimon> ok ill look into it
[18:16] <Rickta59> i guess it depends on your shell
[18:16] <gordonDrogon> there's more than one shell.
[18:16] <SkurkSimon> date is $(date +%F);
[18:16] <Rickta59> * wonders why someone would use other than bash
[18:16] <gordonDrogon> so mkdir /path/to/dir/`date +%F`
[18:16] <SkurkSimon> thanks!
[18:17] <gordonDrogon> Rickta59, because I've used another shell for the past 20 years, so I'll use it for the next 20.
[18:17] * gordonDrogon recalculates. 30 years.
[18:17] <Rickta59> ah subborness .. right i forgot that
[18:17] <gordonDrogon> familiarity.
[18:18] <Rickta59> i used to use sh .. till ksh came along and then i switched to bash when i switched to linux
[18:18] <Rickta59> and i never liked csh
[18:18] <stiv> gordonDrogon, what shell, if i may?
[18:18] <gordonDrogon> tcsh.
[18:18] <Rickta59> which is chsh's older brother
[18:19] <Rickta59> don't you have to explicity setup csh on an rpi?
[18:20] <r3> probably want something like: mkdir "$(date)" ... othewise with the spaces in there it expands and you get 6 dirs
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[18:20] <akk> Setting up is pretty easy -- sudo apt-get install tcsh
[18:20] * akk votes for zsh
[18:20] <gordonDrogon> ^^
[18:20] * shiftplusone is reminded of a forum member who would rant about how inferior bash is to dash and how he always knew about shellshock before it was announced.
[18:20] <shiftplusone> personally, bash all the way.
[18:20] <stiv> r3, that is what the format part is for
[18:21] <gordonDrogon> the issue is not that I use tcsh it's that there are many shells out there, so relying on a particular feature of one isn't always a good thing.
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[18:21] <r3> stiv, ah I didn't see that in scrollback
[18:21] <Rickta59> that is why there is shbang
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[18:21] <gordonDrogon> however it's probably true to say that almost all Pi users will be using bash, but never assume.
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[18:22] <gordonDrogon> so `date +format` will always work, while $(date) might not.
[18:22] <Rickta59> doesn't sound like he was building something for public distrubution
[18:22] <akk> When writing howtos, it's best to assume the user is using bash; if they're using something else, they can adjust.
[18:22] <r3> aye I suppose it's best to specify what format you want, otherwise you can get into locale-specific things
[18:23] <Rickta59> +1 akk
[18:23] <akk> When writing scripts, though, don't assume the user is on a particular shell.
[18:23] <akk> (scripts for public distribution)
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[18:24] <gordonDrogon> never assume and expect the unnexpected.
[18:24] <Rickta59> but if you are writing a script you can make it use the shell you are expecting instead of having work around for every other shell
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[18:27] <r3> right, gordonDrogon, and test your stuff, then test it again... :) Oh and don't copy/paste from examples on websites. I've seen more than one person driven to madness by tabs rather than spaces (or vice versa) and the infamous “smart quotes”
[18:33] <r3> oh and the different dashes - vs. — ... ugh.
[18:33] <shiftplusone> gordonDrogon: yeah... whenever we have to make changes, one of the first questions is 'what about that one German guy who has it configured like this instead?'
[18:33] <shiftplusone> idk why, but it's always Germans.
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[18:38] <akk> I always wonder about people who post articles on programming that have smartquotes.
[18:39] <akk> It makes me suspect they never tested the code.
[18:39] <akk> Though I did have one book editor who smartquoted all my preformatted code samples, and fortunately I noticed it in time and made them change it back.
[18:39] <shiftplusone> it's actually somewhat hard to find a wordpress theme which doesn't do that kind of nonsense.
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[18:40] <akk> ugh, even in preformatted blocks?
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[18:40] <shiftplusone> Not sure. It was a long time ago that I posted articles.
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[19:50] <waxwing45> Hi everybody
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[19:53] <CarlFK> hi
[19:53] <IT_Sean> Greetings and salutations, good sir!
[19:54] <waxwing45> Thanks!
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[19:57] * IT_Sean expresses sheer unadulterated joy over the fact that it is Friday afternoon, and the weekend shall commence in just a couple of hours.
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[20:02] * VoidShift lights blunt while expressing sheer unadulterated peacefulness over the fact that is is 4-20 on a Friday afternoon, and this is my weekend off
[20:03] <IT_Sean> Dang... Today is 4/20. How'd o not realize that until now.
[20:04] <IT_Sean> Your weekend off? Do you not get every weekend off, VoidShift?
[20:04] <VoidShift> Every other
[20:05] <VoidShift> But I called in today lol. So 3 day weekend
[20:06] <IT_Sean> Nice.
[20:06] <IT_Sean> That's gotta suck, though. I'd go mental without my weekends.
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[20:07] <IT_Sean> I mean... Don't get me wrong... I enjoy my job. But it's still a job. Without weekends, I would go full postal.
[20:08] <shauno> I like working weekends. it means I get more meta-weekends
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[20:09] <shauno> (when I work a weekend, I get two days either side of it off. so mon-weds, sat+sun, then weds-fri. so I get two weekends instead of one, they just don't land on the calendar weekend)
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[20:09] <d4rklit3> hi
[20:09] <d4rklit3> my coworker installed a fresh pi
[20:09] <IT_Sean> I just work mom-fri.
[20:09] <IT_Sean> *mon
[20:09] <d4rklit3> but it seems that the FS is Read Only
[20:09] <d4rklit3> i dunno what he did or why
[20:09] <d4rklit3> is this reversible
[20:10] <d4rklit3> do we need to reflash the sd card?
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[20:23] <CarlFK> d4rklit3: might as well given "don't know ..."
[20:23] <CarlFK> you might find a clue in /var/log/syslog or dmesg
[20:24] <d4rklit3> i think the pi may have had a critical failure
[20:24] * VoidShift thinks "damn, be beat me to it"
[20:24] <d4rklit3> at some point
[20:24] <d4rklit3> and corrupted the fs
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[20:25] <VoidShift> My reaction was to "might as well" from Carl. Sent super late
[20:26] <VoidShift> IT_Sean: I do go mental lol. But that's why I get Xanax :p
[20:27] <VoidShift> One of those once in a while and I can make it through haha
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[20:45] <IT_Sean> Yeesh... I just go home on a Friday night and have a beer,
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[20:50] <MacGeek> I suspect I may want to get a fan, just checked on my rpi3 and it's idling at 52C :\
[20:51] * IT_Sean hands MacGeek an ice cube
[20:52] * MacGeek shorts the board with it
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[20:53] <Apocx_> 52 < 85, it will be fine :D
[20:53] <Apocx_> Has anyone liquid cooled a Pi yet. I bet someone has
[20:53] <Apocx_> Yep, ha
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[20:54] <MacGeek> 52 at dead idle seems quite a lot still.
[20:55] <Apocx_> Mine idles at 54
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[20:57] <Apocx_> You can always throw a heatsink on there I guess
[20:57] <MacGeek> it does have heatsinks, although they're tiny and therefore they likely don't do much
[20:57] <MacGeek> (they came with the kit)
[20:57] <Apocx_> Ah
[20:58] <Apocx_> Yeah the small ones don't do much without a fan but I personally don't want even more noisy fans everywhere
[20:58] <MacGeek> https://www.amazon.it/Globmall-Raspberry-Modello-Starter-Supply/dp/B074Z4M4TF/
[20:59] <MacGeek> that's the kit I have
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[20:59] <Apocx_> I wouldn't worry about it unless your RPI starts thermal throttling itself a lot
[20:59] <MacGeek> I think it's pretty much identical to the CanaKit
[20:59] <Apocx_> Ah ok
[21:00] <CarlFK> is the usb thing the only way to power a pi?
[21:00] <Xark> I found that without a fan, large CPU intensive tasks would tend to crash on my Pi 3B (e.g., building Yosys & RISC-V toolchain - hours of compiling on multiple cores). Haven't tried on Pi 3B+ yet (but still probably wants active cooling to avoid throttling).
[21:00] <Apocx_> In any case there should be plenty of small heatsink+fan combos you can throw on there if needed
[21:01] <Apocx_> You can power a Pi directly via the GPIO pins if you want
[21:01] <CarlFK> other than soldering leads to the board or something. wondering if there is a header I can put 5v on
[21:01] <Apocx_> you lose some protection but meh
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[21:01] <CarlFK> whats the risk?
[21:01] <Apocx_> Just run 5V to the 5V GPIO pin
[21:02] <Apocx_> I believe you lose the protection of the fuse? That's the only thing I can remember. I've never had a problem powering them that way though, just make sure your power supply doesn't suck
[21:02] <CarlFK> there is a fuse?
[21:02] <Apocx_> a polyfuse yeah
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[21:04] <Apocx_> or maybe it was just missing the diode for reverse protection. been a while since I've looked at it. in any case you will most likely be fine
[21:05] <Apocx_> here you go: https://raspberrypi.stackexchange.com/questions/1617/how-do-i-supply-power-through-the-gpio
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[21:06] <Apocx_> if you do it just make sure you use a decent 5v regulated power supply and you'll be good
[21:07] <CarlFK> on my board I see P6 with 2 unpopulated holes. Pi 1 Model B+ I think I have. where can I see what that is?
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[21:07] <Apocx_> Google, or read the schematics for that particular board
[21:07] <Apocx_> or follow the traces on the board
[21:09] <Apocx_> looks like the p6 is for resetting the bcm on the rpi
[21:09] <Apocx_> https://elinux.org/RPi_Low-level_peripherals#P6_header
[21:10] <Apocx_> so if you wire a switch to it you can (unsafely) reset your pi with the switch
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[21:11] <CarlFK> neat - thanks.
[21:11] <CarlFK> im guessing the "unsafe" is not unmounting the fs?
[21:12] <CarlFK> power is coming though a relay, so that I can power cycle it. reset seems 'better'
[21:13] <Apocx_> yes without doing a shutdown first you can potentially corrupt things
[21:13] <Apocx_> or as my experience has been, pretty much guaranteed to corrupt things unless you make your filesystem read only
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[21:19] <VoidShift> ^
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[21:20] <VoidShift> I fucked so many sd cards by not doing proper shutdown...
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[21:20] <waxwing45> so has anybody here run an software defined radion on a raspberry pi?
[21:20] <Apocx_> once or twice
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[21:22] <waxwing45> I am doing a project to ry and and buld wirelessFM microphones transmitter that attach to birds and record their calls and have rasberry pis with SDRs pick up the transmissions in the feild
[21:22] <Apocx_> neat
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[21:25] <waxwing45> I have been looking any SDR software for raspberry pi that can record from more than one channel, but am not finding anything….
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[21:29] <Apocx_> I take it you've tried gqrx already
[21:29] <Apocx_> or gnu radio or whatnot
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[21:33] <waxwing45> yep, used both and no-dice. I need something that can read at least three SDR dongles at once, gnuradio might be able to do it, but I have so far not been able to get it to work
[21:35] <Apocx_> gnu radio is defintely complex and a pain to use. try using the gnu radio companion (grc). unfortunately what you are trying to do is a bit beyond my expertise, but maybe you can try one of the sdr related channels on here or someone else can chime in.
[21:35] <vaft> what’s the need for three dongles? you have quite a lot of bandwidth on things like rtlsdr
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[21:36] <ground> I've had good luck recording from rtl-sdr with multiple devs with svxlink.
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[21:38] <red9> vaft, multilateration?
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[21:41] <vaft> oh i thought he just wanted to record many different fm frequencies at once
[21:41] <vaft> which he should be able to do with just one dongle
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[21:41] <waxwing45> I did not know it was possible to record multiple frequencies in rtlsdr, if that is possible it would solve a lot of my problems!
[21:42] <waxwing45> would you have a link to a tutorial or something that could show me how that is done?
[21:42] <gnad> anyone experience in making a music box?
[21:42] <Apocx_> as long as the frequencies aren't super spread out
[21:43] <gnad> I'm looking for something that can run Spotify and Soundcloud
[21:43] <Apocx_> I take it you've looked at http://www.pimusicbox.com/
[21:45] <gnad> I looked at it, but it looks like it doesn't have a local GUI
[21:45] <gnad> only WebUI
[21:46] <gnad> meant to be run headless
[21:46] <gnad> I tried Volumio, it has local GUI and Spotify but it doesn't have Soundcloud
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[21:48] <Apocx_> looks like pimusicbox has support for a few different graphical UI MPD clients
[21:48] <Apocx_> https://docs.mopidy.com/en/latest/clients/mpd/
[21:48] <Apocx_> GMPC,Sonata,Theremin
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[21:51] <gnad> thank you, let me look into that
[21:51] <gnad> look like it's gonna be a lot of work
[21:51] <Apocx_> yeah probably not an out of the box solution
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[21:52] <Apocx_> I don't know of any that support both soundcloud and spotify with a local UI
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[21:53] <gnad> yeah i tried volumio and it has everything built-in for you
[21:53] <gnad> touchscreen support, spotify connect
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[21:55] <gnad> as a workaround for the time being i stream soundcloud with upnp from my PC
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[22:01] <VoidShift> How could I make a CLI switch to automatically switch from (and turn off) tft screen, to plugged in hdmi
[22:02] <VoidShift> Can I even control gpio through commands?
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[22:03] <vaft> compile wiriingpi and use gpio command
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[22:09] <VoidShift> vaft: ty
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[22:10] <veverak> ok, got touchscreen display here
[22:10] <veverak> it randomly worked (the touchscreen part)
[22:10] <veverak> but now I have problems making it work
[22:10] <veverak> thing is, 'cat /dev/input/event0' does not return anything when I use it
[22:11] <veverak> this seems more like HW problem?
[22:15] <VoidShift> Also, if I wanted to make an on screen keyboard/mouse pop up (like phones) on my tft, how would I go about that?
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[22:19] <gordonDrogon> VoidShift, the gpio command (part of wiringPi) is pre-installed with Raspbian.
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[22:21] <VoidShift> gordonDrogon: I'm using kali-pi. So I'll check to see if it's in there, should be. Do you have any input to the on-board keyboard?
[22:23] <gordonDrogon> VoidShift, ah, no idea about Kali. There are a couple of pop-up keyboards for touchscreens - not Pi specific from what I'm aware - I did try one way back when I first got a 7" display, but didn't find it that good.
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[22:24] <zleap> i am sure raspbian has a built in keyboard
[22:24] <gordonDrogon> well X has several.
[22:24] <zleap> however iirc kali is based on arch, so there may be a package in arch that gives an onscreen keyboard
[22:24] <gordonDrogon> https://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/viewtopic.php?t=145621
[22:24] <gordonDrogon> Looks like a package called "Florence" might be the thing to look for.
[22:24] <zleap> sounds familar
[22:26] <VoidShift> gordonDrogon: you're very helpful, thank you
[22:27] <gordonDrogon> get wiringPi from http://wiringpi.com/ if you've not found it already - or https://git.drogon.net/
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[22:32] <VoidShift> Thanks again. And as to the keyboard not working great, I can see that. Just got my first tft touchscreen. You can feel like a centimeter of air between the LCD and touchscreen lol. I was kinda disappointed
[22:33] <VoidShift> Thought it'd be more solid like a phone
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[22:34] <Apocx_> I've always thought those small pi tfts are kind of crappy
[22:34] <Apocx_> so I generally just make projects like that out of some cheap android tablet
[22:36] <gordonDrogon> I've used the foundation 7" one in the past with good results, but it's running a custom application - with big buttons to push :)
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[22:36] <gordonDrogon> you do need to touch the glass front though.
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[22:38] <zleap> i have a foundation 7" screen, works well
[22:38] <zleap> currently attached to a Pi A+
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[22:51] <VoidShift> Apocx_: I was attempting to find how to completely install a new linux distro working on arm devices when I discovered pi. Thought it'd be the better route..maybe not for all things apparently lol.
[22:51] <red9> nice.. "100% 85MB 84.9MB/s 00:01" ;)
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[23:19] <VoidShift> gordonDrogon: I noticed the 2nd link was to your projects page. Did you create WiringPi??
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[23:22] <red9> VoidShift, asfaik yes.
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[23:23] <VoidShift> Nice nice
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[23:24] <gordonDrogon> VoidShift, yes, wiringPi is mine.
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[23:37] <red9> gordonDrogon. Do you think that porting wiringPi to another OS on the Raspberry Pi would be hard or cumbersome?
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