#raspberrypi IRC Log

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IRC Log for 2018-04-24

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[3:04] <willc> Owner, you still kickin around?
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[5:32] <{HD}> I want to hook a raspi to my stereo and having it access music on the nas. Would be cool if I could control from cell phone app. Any thoughts on where to start?
[5:33] <{HD}> Maybe like a libreelec type thing but more geared towards music
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[5:50] <larsks> {HD}: maybe mpd? There are android clients (as well as mobile-ready web clients) https://www.musicpd.org/clients/
[5:51] <ShapeShifter499> hi
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[5:52] <ShapeShifter499> is there a warranty on any of the Pis?
[5:52] <ShapeShifter499> I own a 3b+ and a few zeros
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[5:59] <Project86__> Yes they have a warranty. That's why overclocking voids it
[5:59] <Project86__> It should be on the manual
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[5:59] <Project86__> Idk how long it is
[6:04] <ShapeShifter499> Project86__: hmm
[6:04] <ShapeShifter499> Project86__: my Pi zero never had a manual
[6:04] <ShapeShifter499> I wonder if it covers any 'damage'
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[6:07] <ShapeShifter499> I threw away a pi zero a while ago because I damaged the OTG port
[6:08] <ShapeShifter499> it was cheap enough so I wasn't too sad
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[6:14] <dustfinger> Hi, I have a kano. The kano was on the jessie repo, but I needed a package that was only available on stretch. I updated my sources.list to both deb / deb-src as http://mirrordirector.raspbian.org/raspbian/ stretch main contrib non-free rpi. After running apt-get update / upgrade and dist-upgrade I received a gpg invalid sig error. So I deleted the sig with sudo apt-key del 0EA88FEDB9B35AE4A2FB9526B1FE0458DEA56695 a
[6:14] <dustfinger> nd then tried getting a new key with sudo apt-key adv --recv-keys --keyserver keyserver.ubuntu.com 5243CDED. Now when I run apt-get update I get a no PUBKEY error - https://pastebin.com/E6xic9La. It seems that I still need a proper public key for the kano repo, but I am not sure what that is or how to get it.
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[6:23] <Project86__> ShapeShifter499: actually, I don't think my zero came with one either. Only the pi3
[6:23] <Project86__> Can't recall though, but I don't think so
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[6:25] <dustfinger> I can see in the pastebin that I posted that my kan is still trying to pull some things from raspberrypi-jessie. That might be part of the problem. If I try to call apt-key adv --recv-keys for the key that has the NO_PUBKEY error the response is gpg: keyserver receive failed: No data.
[6:25] <dustfinger> kan --> kano
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[6:26] <Johnjay_> does anybody have experience installing archlinux-arm on the raspi? i'm having trouble getting ext4 written to the sd card. what could cause mkfs.ext4 to fail writing superblocks?
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[8:24] <john_rambo> Out of curiosity, why is there no omxplayer GUI in the official repos ? I there any hope of inclusion of a GUI in the future ?
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[8:31] <john_rambo> Any ideas ?
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[10:20] <john_rambo> The screen goes dark after a period of inactivity ... How to stop this ?
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[10:27] <BurtyB> john_rambo, I would say go to the link someone pasted to you yesterday but you prob didn't see that as you left too quick but iirc it was a link to the forum so the answer is prob on there
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[10:27] <john_rambo> BurtyB, Okay
[10:33] <gordonDrogon> john_rambo, <dogbert2> https://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/viewtopic.php?t=18200 (how to disable screen blanking)
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[10:37] <john_rambo> gordonDrogon, There are multiple solutions in that thread ...Confused about which to implement
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[10:42] <gordonDrogon> I've no idea - I've not read it, just posting the link for you. Screen blanking is not something that ever bothered me. In X I just xset s off
[10:44] <john_rambo> gordonDrogon, Okay then I will just create a script with "xset s off" and add it to autostart
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[12:05] <IamTrying> Where to buy for prototype wood/iron/plastic accessories to build a frame? example: Pendulum rigid
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[12:08] <shiftplusone> I'd say it depends on what exactly you're after. A hardware store, a crafts store and amazon/ebay should have you covered, I'd suspect.
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[12:12] <SpeedEvil> http://www.scaffolding-direct.co.uk/tube-clamps-48-3mm/
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[12:14] <IamTrying> https://i.imgur.com/UyDXk1h.png - like that frame i want to make in plastic or metal frames and get them in my lab to debug/test shiftplusone, SpeedEvil
[12:14] <IamTrying> best suppliers who can get my design and make the frames?
[12:14] <SpeedEvil> What do you mean.
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[12:15] <SpeedEvil> Why would you want to test something like that, and one or a million, ...
[12:15] <IamTrying> i have a show room SpeedEvil, i want to put all my prototypes for demonstrations
[12:15] <SpeedEvil> As a first point, you'd want a gearbox as it needs to go several thousand RPM
[12:15] <SpeedEvil> Prototypes of what.
[12:16] <IamTrying> SpeedEvil: 1) https://i.imgur.com/fMF45bs.png 2) https://i.imgur.com/UyDXk1h.png
[12:16] <gordonDrogon> wow. I made stuff like that when I was a kid. Ladybird books had stuff liek that.
[12:17] <IamTrying> i want to. make those frames in plastic where to order so that i get those parts SpeedEvil?
[12:17] <SpeedEvil> What parts?
[12:17] <gordonDrogon> 50 years ago we just had wood and tools.
[12:17] <gordonDrogon> tried hobbycraft?
[12:17] <SpeedEvil> 3d print them. Or take ten minutes with hand-tools.
[12:18] <IamTrying> 3 ) https://i.imgur.com/RjIqr3w.png
[12:18] <gordonDrogon> of-course in these enlightened days; "3d print them" ...
[12:18] <IamTrying> I have a large show room, where i want to put my own custom prototypes. But maybe 3D printing shops
[12:18] <SpeedEvil> Prototypes of what. Those are not prototypes.
[12:18] <shiftplusone> I wouldn't recommend 3d printing unless you absolutely have to. Definitely better to use wood or maybe plexiglass here
[12:19] <SpeedEvil> https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=woodworking+first+project+children
[12:19] <gordonDrogon> https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=ladybird+book+of+electricity&tbm=isch&tbo=u&source=univ&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwin1Kjt19LaAhUMBMAKHQ0CBS4QsAQILw&biw=1559&bih=916
[12:20] <SpeedEvil> :)
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[12:21] <gordonDrogon> http://www.echae.com/scienceproject/archives/LBMagnets-spread.jpg
[12:21] <gordonDrogon> can't imagine doing that with todays snowflakes )-:
[12:21] <BurtyB> can you lick it :)
[12:21] <IamTrying> http://www.scaffolding-direct.co.uk/ - it was good but its like real-world large frame stuff.
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[12:27] <IamTrying> Can you give energy from https://i.imgur.com/fMF45bs.png or https://i.imgur.com/RjIqr3w.png to https://i.imgur.com/UyDXk1h.png and to https://i.imgur.com/trpSujC.png ?
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[12:30] <shiftplusone> sure, that's how we heat the Earth's core.
[12:30] <shiftplusone> (not more energy than you put in and not enough to do anything useful)
[12:31] <IamTrying> shiftplusone: my problem is i have low volt 220volt 200watt and i need to consume 220volt with 1400watt. i keep thinking and found that theory 1, 2, theory 22 can solve it but i need to make some plastic prototype before i try theory 22 (God level).
[12:32] <IamTrying> First force is water loop, and flywheel with gravity force and then magnet with coil. finally put that small energy into capacitor
[12:32] <IamTrying> in theory should work.
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[12:33] <shiftplusone> eh? how are you hoping to get from 200W to 1400W without adding energy?
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[12:35] <IamTrying> shiftplusone: magnetic field will create 200watt input and i will generate 1400watt out of that using capacitor
[12:35] <IamTrying> capacitor can multiply energy shiftplusone
[12:36] <shiftplusone> Oh, you want to store up energy and then release it later?
[12:36] <shiftplusone> in a shorter burst?
[12:36] <IamTrying> shiftplusone: 1) natural force water loop, gravity, wind force into 2) magnetic field energy 3) capacitor to boost low to high volt.
[12:36] <IamTrying> shiftplusone: yes high energy multiplier
[12:36] <IamTrying> where i have 1400watt eater
[12:37] <warri0rr> Capacitor does not multiply energy... energy / time is the same lol
[12:37] <shiftplusone> mhm... as long as you're not working on a perpetual motion machine or trying to harvest zero point energy. If you do that, the NWO will come after you because they want you to keep burning oil.... or something.
[12:38] <IamTrying> https://i.imgur.com/YFJcKrb.png - it does warri0rr, my researched showed that it does ? you are confusing me why it wont?
[12:38] <warri0rr> You're basically using it to store energy
[12:38] <IamTrying> shiftplusone: not perpetual. but 40% perpetual and then rest is natural force + kick start in the morning
[12:39] <IamTrying> warri0rr: multiply energy from small to high input 200watt, output 1400watt.
[12:39] <shiftplusone> Are you hoping to get more energy out at the end of the day than you kick in at the start?
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[12:39] <warri0rr> yes but shorter burst
[12:39] <IamTrying> shiftplusone: CORRECT. my input is always small
[12:40] <IamTrying> 220volt, 200watt (maximum energy generate) => 220volt, 1400watt use
[12:40] <shiftplusone> ... constantly?
[12:40] <IamTrying> https://i.imgur.com/rIECZ8C.png
[12:41] <IamTrying> YES
[12:41] <shiftplusone> I see
[12:41] <IamTrying> so that capacitor do not burst , explode
[12:41] <IamTrying> That was all my theory reserch
[12:41] <shiftplusone> Well, who am I to say you have to follow laws of physics. You do you.
[12:41] <IamTrying> i want to now to make natural force using water loop, gravity force and wind
[12:42] <IamTrying> but i need to make some plastic frames for my prototype
[12:42] <IamTrying> measurement has to be very accurate to make my physics law work
[12:42] <ShapeShifter499> does f2fs help any with sd longevity?
[12:42] <ShapeShifter499> on the raspberry pi
[12:44] <shiftplusone> IamTrying: have you considered running your plans by ##physics channel?
[12:44] <shiftplusone> or ##electronics
[12:44] <IamTrying> no shiftplusone i will continue there.
[12:44] <IamTrying> thanks shiftplusone
[12:44] <shiftplusone> best of luck, but be aware that people might not respond kindly
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[12:56] <IamTrying> https://i.imgur.com/SZDyTEn.png - thanks shiftplusone this is my theory
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[12:59] * BurtyB :o
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[13:04] <GrandPa-G> I want to modify a file on the sd card using a windows computer. I have programs that read the card but I need to write a file in /etc. Any programs that do it?
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[13:05] * H__ would not know. LOL
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[13:09] <shiftplusone> GrandPa-G: there are various ext4 drivers and programs for windows, but I wouldn't trust them not to corrupt data if you're going to write to the card. Ext2fsd is one, but I really wouldn't recommend it.
[13:11] <Habbie> GrandPa-G, what file do you want to change?
[13:12] <GrandPa-G> for now, wpa_supplicant.conf
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[13:12] <Habbie> well, that one you can stick in /boot
[13:13] <Habbie> and it will be copied on boot
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[13:13] <GrandPa-G> how does that get used if it is in boot? Does it just get found first and thus used?
[13:14] <Habbie> a few files in /boot are treated specially
[13:14] <Habbie> this is one of them
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[13:15] <GrandPa-G> And, I can just edit it directly on windows after inserting it into reader, text edit and save and no problems with card?
[13:16] <Habbie> yes
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[13:16] <Habbie> just eject correctly
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[13:18] <GrandPa-G> just to be sure I am putting it in correctly, it will be in same directory as a file like config.txt and cmdline.txt? Anything special about line termination?
[13:18] <Habbie> yes, that directory
[13:19] <GrandPa-G> thanks, I will give it a try.
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[13:26] <GrandPa-G> Habbie:worked perfect, as I would expect with help from an expert.
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[15:35] <ZetFury> is there a way to install debian arm on an external drive using rpi?
[15:39] <cirdan> yes
[15:39] <cirdan> you can either leave /boot on the sd card and set your root fs to the usb drive, or you can trip the fuse to allow it to fully boot from usb
[15:40] <cirdan> it's a one time only change though, once you allow full usb booting you can't disable it
[15:40] <ZetFury> ok
[15:40] <RaTTuS|BIG> ^ on modern Pi 3 and Pi3b+ it is enabled at the factory
[15:41] <cirdan> oh really
[15:41] <ZetFury> usb boot is enabled by default on pi3b +
[15:41] <ZetFury> ?
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[15:41] <cirdan> ok
[15:41] <RaTTuS|BIG> yes
[15:41] <ZetFury> oh cool
[15:42] <cirdan> woot. expanded my zfs pool on the sd card to use the entire thing.
[15:42] <ZetFury> do you know if i should use arm64 or armhf?
[15:42] <RaTTuS|BIG> hf but I'd use raspbian anyway
[15:42] <cirdan> yeah rasbian is just armhf with a few extra bits/tools to make setup easier
[15:44] <ZetFury> im just looking to use the pi to get an debian arm installation to a disk for use on a nas
[15:44] <RaTTuS|BIG> I'd stiull use rasbian - you are limited by the USB2 bus though
[15:45] <pksato> ZetFury: use raspbian. all changes you need to do on debian arm to work on rpi is done on rasbian.
[15:45] <ZetFury> ok ill try
[15:45] <cirdan> everything but initrd, that needs a tweak or 2 *if* you are booting from an exotic fs ;-)
[15:45] * cirdan is
[15:45] <ZetFury> thx guys :(
[15:45] <ZetFury> :)
[15:46] <cirdan> woot. rastank/raspbian-stretch compressratio 1.49x
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[15:47] <Owner> woot. rastank/raspbian-stretch compressratio 5.99\x
[15:47] <cirdan> :-p
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[15:53] <GrandPa-G> has anyone used a addon DAQCplate hardware device?
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[15:54] <cirdan> Owner: you're just messing with me you didn't install zfs :-p
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[15:54] <Owner> if i wanted zfs i wouldnt use linux anyway
[15:55] <Owner> there are better choices if you want zfs
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[15:56] <cirdan> not really. iluminus was just killed, fbsd has zfs but pretty sure because of LLNL and a few companies it's got more development on linux now
[15:56] <cirdan> most everything gets upstreamed though so everyone benefits
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[15:57] <cirdan> supposedly thre's a push to mainline zfs in linux. would be nice. might even happen since oracle is now going all linux
[15:58] <Owner> oracle is relevant?
[15:59] <cirdan> they bought sun, in case you didn't notice. they own the zfs core. so... yes. I'd say that makes them relevant.
[16:00] <Owner> i pretty much do the opposite of oracle and redhat
[16:00] <Owner> works great
[16:00] <Owner> big mistake to go down with their ships :p
[16:00] <cirdan> well redhat yeah. bringing the plagues os systemd and btrfs
[16:00] <cirdan> of
[16:00] <Owner> exactly
[16:00] <Owner> and now illumos is dead??
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[16:01] <cirdan> they pulled development so yeah mostly
[16:01] <cirdan> i'm sure someone will keep it going a bit
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[16:03] <Owner> joyent
[16:03] <cirdan> hey RaTTuS|BIG any idea if exposing armv8 to rasbian will make it mad?
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[16:05] <ShorTie> i wouldn't mix stuff like that
[16:05] <RaTTuS|BIG> there are ways of getting 64bit arm stuff running but you have to jump though hoops
[16:06] <ShorTie> there is pi64
[16:07] <cirdan> i mean the processor. I saw that it lies and says it's v7 by default. wondered if unmasking it would mater
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[16:10] <RaTTuS|BIG> https://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/viewtopic.php?f=54&t=188448
[16:11] <cirdan> thanks. hmm nice. finally put heatsinks on the 3b+ and idle temp dropped 25°
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[16:20] <cirdan> crap. can anyone paste /etc/fstab from raspbian real quick?
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[16:21] <ShorTie> it's locked to the uuid
[16:21] <ShorTie> if you didn't use image it's a no go
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[16:21] <cirdan> i just need to see the default
[16:22] <cirdan> I used the default image
[16:22] <cirdan> I just forgot -a on the tee command :/
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[16:28] <poopBot> hi i just unpluged my rpi3 and pulged back and now it freezes on login
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[16:29] <IT_Sean> Was the SD card being accessed when you pulled power?
[16:29] <poopBot> during boot i get warning about cant start uwf check systemcl log and bloothoot uart , is there some fix i can do so i dont have to reinstal whole OS
[16:31] <poopBot> IT_Sean, SD card is only BOOT partrition my os is on external usb harddrive
[16:32] <IT_Sean> I see ...
[16:32] <poopBot> i have backup of boot partrition on HD too i think, can copy that back to sdcard but think that is not issue cuz it starts the boot process , it freezes on login window of DE
[16:33] <cirdan> try booting into terminal mode
[16:33] <cirdan> is it frozen or just the gui frozen
[16:33] <poopBot> how to boot to terminak
[16:34] <poopBot> what to press
[16:34] <poopBot> esc?
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[16:34] <poopBot> f8?
[16:34] <cirdan> don't plug the screen in and ssh in
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[16:35] <poopBot> can try that, but i think it startsx even if no screen
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[16:35] <poopBot> my home pc auto starts Linux DE even if i dont plugin in a monitor
[16:35] <cirdan> oh maybe. i dont have x starting on boot so I dont get anything if it's not plugged in
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[16:36] <cirdan> .win 18
[16:37] <poopBot> hmm , rpi has no xinit in ~
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[16:43] <poopBot> hmm i think it dident freez
[16:43] <poopBot> the line is blinking
[16:43] <poopBot> i tyr ssh
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[16:44] <cirdan> hmm so noone feels like pasting fstab?
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[16:47] <cirdan> cat /etc/fstab | nc termbin.com 9999 works well and you dont have to open a browser
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[16:47] <poopBot> me?
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[16:48] <cirdan> anyone that uses the raspbian images
[16:48] <poopBot> am trying to ssh atm , cant figure out password :O , i writed somewhere down
[16:48] <cirdan> heh
[16:48] <poopBot> you need help?
[16:48] <cirdan> that's why i leaft it as the default, everone knows it if i forget it
[16:48] <poopBot> i can post if want but would need to conect my hard drive to pc
[16:49] <cirdan> someone posted it thanks
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[16:54] <DammitJim> do you guys normally configure a usb drive according to automount
[16:55] <DammitJim> or do you define it?
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[16:55] <DammitJim> I kind of don't like the automatic name that the device gets
[16:55] <DammitJim> what is the appropriate way to set that up?
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[16:57] <ebarch> DammitJim: take a look at the /etc/fstab file
[16:57] <ebarch> if you identify the drive/partition via UUID, it'll always grab the proper drive
[16:57] <ebarch> then you can mount it wherever you please
[16:57] <djwraith> is there going to be a pi device with TWO ethernet ports?
[16:58] <ebarch> and that file is used to mount disks on bootup
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[16:58] <ebarch> djwraith: probably not. lots of added cost for something that most users don't need. and the RPi foundation has explained how something has to be used by most users to add it to the board
[16:58] <djwraith> or rather, two ethernet ports without either having to share bandwidth with usb
[16:58] <ebarch> USB ethernet would be the way to go, most likely
[16:59] <ebarch> ethernet already uses USB as it is :P
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[16:59] <djwraith> what if you wanna run rpi after the style of pfsense firewall and then getting an external drive plugged into the usb port?
[16:59] <djwraith> currently the only change of doing this is through wi-fi upstream
[17:00] <djwraith> s/change/way/1
[17:00] <ebarch> RPi probably isn't the best device for that use case, tbh
[17:00] <ebarch> there are more powerful boards with better ethernet configurations
[17:00] <IT_Sean> ^ that
[17:00] <djwraith> other than beaglebone x15?
[17:00] <djwraith> x15's still on v7 iirc
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[17:01] <ebarch> djwraith: take a look at https://www.board-db.org/
[17:01] <djwraith> pi3's still one of the more affordable v8 device around
[17:01] <ebarch> you're right. but just because it's more affordable, doesn't mean it's the right tool for the job :P
[17:01] <ebarch> i'd prefer not to fly on an airplane made with rubberbands and gum
[17:01] <ebarch> even if it can take off
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[17:17] <poopBot> hmm , should my rpi camera show in /dev/ ?
[17:17] <dreamon_> is it possible to power supply pi in other methode of using micro usb?
[17:17] <poopBot> cuz i dont see it
[17:17] <poopBot> how to take picture to test?
[17:18] <ebarch> poopBot: you can use it without it being populated in dev. you'd want to load the v4l2 kernel module for it to show up there. but raspistill will takes pics without that
[17:18] <ebarch> dreamon_: yup. if you have a good regulated 5V power supply, you can feed it through the GPIO header
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[17:18] <dreamon_> ebarch, thanks!
[17:19] <ebarch> no prob =)
[17:19] <dreamon_> 5V2 should work?
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[17:20] <ebarch> the foundation recommends 2.5A. but if you're not running any extra peripherals, that should work
[17:20] <poopBot> ebarch, ty
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[17:38] <poopBot> hmm on rpi3 , mate , de login dosent freez but my keybaord is not outping anything and while boot my keybaord is working i can press esc and just press random stuff it will show
[17:38] <poopBot> so that lightdm or whatewer is coming whit mate raspian is troling me
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[17:41] <DammitJim> ebarch, there is nothing in /etc/fstab about automount
[17:41] <ebarch> fstab is used when the system is booting
[17:42] <ebarch> check out https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/fstab
[17:44] <ebarch> if you wanted to change behavior during run time, you'd want to look at udev
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[17:46] <poopBot> hmm i loged in by enabling autologin but still my mouse and keybaord wont work in DE
[17:47] <DammitJim> ebarch, I meant... where does one disable auto mount of usb drives?
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[17:53] <larsks> Dammit Jim, we're an open source community, not a man page...
[17:53] * larsks couldn't resist.
[17:53] <ebarch> haha. I was going to respond but he left
[17:55] <poopBot> anyone know any reson why my kayboard and mouse wont work in DE , even they work while boot ?
[17:55] <ebarch> poopBot: make sure you have a good power supply that can provide enough current (ideally 2.5A). the DE often pulls more power when running
[17:55] <poopBot> i am using 3.5
[17:55] <poopBot> but before i used 2.5 and it worked
[17:56] <poopBot> so dont think thats the issue
[17:56] <ebarch> yeah but is it a well known brand?
[17:56] <ebarch> using a USB hub?
[17:56] <poopBot> hmm , no some china shit
[17:56] <poopBot> i can try whit old 2.5
[17:56] <poopBot> a that wokred 100%
[17:56] <ebarch> sounds like that's it, then
[17:56] <poopBot> will try to confirm
[17:57] <poopBot> but thats totaly wierd that 3.5 wont give at least 2A to power up
[17:57] <poopBot> brb testing whit old power
[17:58] <ebarch> doesn't matter what the box or components says. everyone and everything is lying to you :P I've seen tons of stuff from china that claims to be one thing but isn't even close. and QA can be an issue
[17:58] <ebarch> "trust, but verify"
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[17:59] <dreamon_> ebarch, works perfekt! merci!
[17:59] <ebarch> awesome =)
[17:59] <poopBot> nah old power same issue
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[17:59] <ebarch> try different KB/mouse for sanity?
[18:00] <ebarch> also don't use a hub for testing
[18:00] <poopBot> i tyed that usb kyeboard before and it worked
[18:00] <poopBot> i tryed same usb on pc it worked
[18:00] <poopBot> can try my pc mouse but i think its pointless
[18:00] <poopBot> same it works
[18:01] <poopBot> hmm totaly wierd issue
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[18:02] <poopBot> hmm, can i boot microSD rasbian that i used for pi zero in pi3 whitout an issue?
[18:02] <poopBot> just to test if installation is troling me
[18:02] <poopBot> raspbian is rasbian
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[18:07] <poopBot> hmm testet raspian from sd card keybaord worked
[18:07] <poopBot> so its softwere issue
[18:08] <poopBot> only thing i notice diferent is on HD boot i get uwf systemcl error and some blootooth UART error
[18:08] <poopBot> going to check systemcl log
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[18:12] <poopBot> r 24 16:02:11 raspberrypi lightdm[554]: Error getting user list from org.freedesktop.Accounts: GDBus.Error:org.freedesktop.DBus.Error.ServiceUnknown: The name org.freedesktop.Accounts was not provided by any .service files
[18:12] <poopBot> Apr 24 16:02:12 raspberrypi lightdm[577]: Error getting user list from org.freedesktop.Accounts: GDBus.Error:org.freedesktop.DBus.Error.ServiceUnknown: The name org.freedesktop.Accounts was not provided by any .service files
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[18:14] <poopBot> those are only errors i seee in messages log
[18:16] <poopBot> hmm life sux guess i will need to reinstall :(
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[18:38] <n4n0`> lol what a name, poopBot
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[18:39] <poopBot> i am creativ and moraly not limited
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[18:46] <gordonDrogon> which is great, but you're in a channel where some people think it's rather childish and a channel with a clear family-friendly mantra.
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[19:30] <poopBot> poop is kids word
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[19:30] <poopBot> anyway am trying to install my root on hd
[19:31] <poopBot> in cmdline.txt
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[19:31] <poopBot> root=PARTUUID=d81cc18c-02
[19:31] <poopBot> thats the the PARTUUID of root partrition
[19:32] <poopBot> but when i try to boot it just restarts forewer
[19:32] <IT_Sean> poopBot: your nick is not appropriate for this channel.
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[19:53] <n4n0`> anywho, r.i.p. one of my pi2s just bit the dust I believe :(
[19:54] <ebarch> n4n0`: in what way?
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[19:55] <n4n0`> maybe a short of some sort... Won't power on, just red light and that's it... tried three different sim cards with noobs, raspbian and motioneyeos...
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[19:56] <gordonDrogon> have you tried re-imaging an existing SD card?
[19:56] <ebarch> Does the component D5 get hot when it's powered on?
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[19:56] <ebarch> (it's near the edge of the board near the microUSB)
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[19:56] <n4n0`> indeed ebarch
[19:56] <n4n0`> I have gordonDrogon
[19:56] <IT_Sean> Sounds like it might be booger'd
[19:57] <ebarch> I'd recommend not plugging it in again, then :) I fried my D5 recently. It's a protection diode. I actually replaced it and my board works perfectly now
[19:57] <n4n0`> yeah, I've ordered a replacement, but its just a sad day for me :(
[19:57] <ebarch> you _can_ remove it and it should work. but you'll have no protection if you do that
[19:57] <ebarch> for sure :/
[19:57] <n4n0`> yeah no bueno ebarch lol
[19:58] <n4n0`> I like my diodes where they are.
[19:58] * ebarch secretly ran his Pi without D5 for a week before he replaced it
[19:58] <n4n0`> poor pi
[19:58] <ebarch> well that Pi is still in service today, funny enough
[19:59] <n4n0`> you didn't have any issues after that?
[19:59] <ebarch> nope. D5 is just to protect overcurrent IIRC. and I was really careful when I removed it not to plug anything else in
[19:59] <IT_Sean> If you are handy with a soldering iron, bypass it. See if it then works.
[20:00] <n4n0`> hmm, I might try it, just for kicks. Since I've got a replacement enroute its no biggie.
[20:00] <ebarch> yeah, I just removed it on mine because I had already ordered a replacement D5
[20:00] <n4n0`> brb
[20:01] <ebarch> actually have the link handy, too: https://www.mouser.com/ProductDetail/Littelfuse/SMBJ50A?qs=JJML70Qc14t9tktzNr1oMQ%3D%3D
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[20:06] <B0g4r7__> I had a Pi that had that kind of a problem. I tried backfeeding power in through the GPIO pins, hoping to bypass some of the regulator stuff. Unfortunately, that approach did not help me.
[20:07] <gordonDrogon> well done.
[20:07] <ebarch> yeah. if a component is getting hot, you don't want to add power until you know what's up
[20:07] <B0g4r7__> It didn't fry it any worse, but it did not solve the problem.
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[20:07] <B0g4r7__> I even lifted a leg on the hot component.
[20:08] <ebarch> since the Pi runs at 3.3V, a 5V input is still going through regulation
[20:08] <gordonDrogon> the pi still needs that 5v for some stuff.
[20:08] <ebarch> true
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[20:14] <n4n0`> wow ebarch well done on the resolution. I removed the diode and it boots up fine again. I guess I'll get a few more days out of it. Thanks
[20:14] <IT_Sean> Woo!
[20:14] <n4n0`> :P
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[20:14] <n4n0`> I wonder what I'm not being protected from now haha
[20:14] <ebarch> overcurrent!
[20:14] <IT_Sean> Evil.
[20:14] <ebarch> haha
[20:14] <n4n0`> emerghd
[20:15] <IT_Sean> Just don't plug in All The Things.
[20:15] <ebarch> so be really careful. but glad to hear you're back up and running in the meantime =)
[20:15] <IT_Sean> I mean.... The worst
[20:15] <n4n0`> yeah i have a usb toaster that i use but ill leave it unplugged for now
[20:15] <IT_Sean> The worst thing that can happen is he releases the magical blue smoke
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[20:16] <IT_Sean> Which, given that his pi was previously dead, is no worse off than he would have been wi D1 still in place, so...
[20:16] <n4n0`> lol I agree IT_Sean
[20:16] <n4n0`> thanks again, time to go put this guy back in its spot
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[20:58] <poisonby> Yo. Can anyone recommend a good and cheap USB hub with an external power supply in Sweden (or possibly Amazon UK)? Surprisingly difficult to find
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[21:00] <leftyfb> poisonby: good/cheap are not what you should be looking for. Especially if you care about powering anything off of the hub
[21:01] <leftyfb> poisonby: Anker is a known and trusted brand and is a great USB hub for powering devices
[21:01] <poisonby> leftyfb: It's hard to defend paying like $80 for a usb hub though, that's more expensive than the HDD I intend to power with it.
[21:02] <leftyfb> poisonby: the question is, is the data on the HDD worth $80?
[21:03] <genr8_> I managed to pick this up for $5.99 - not powered tho
[21:03] <genr8_> https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00JX1ZS5O/
[21:04] <genr8_> highly recommend that one
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[21:04] <genr8_> looks like they make one with a power adapter too https://www.amazon.com/Sabrent-Individual-Switches-included-HB-UMP3/dp/B00TPMEOYM
[21:04] <poisonby> leftyfb: I've had my eye on Anker on Amazon, but it's pretty ambigous whether they're powering the data ports with the AC adapter or only the charging ports. And barely. :P
[21:05] <leftyfb> they're definitely powering the ports with the adapter
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[21:05] <leftyfb> I can confirm that 100%
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[21:07] <poisonby> leftyfb: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Anker-Ultra-Slim-Adapter-Charger-Included/dp/B0192LVM86/ref=sr_1_13?ie=UTF8&qid=1524596736&sr=8-13&keywords=usb+hub+anker what do you think of this one?
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[21:09] <shauno> that wouldn't go far for a pi. says the wallwart is 2A, that'd just about be reliable for one pi
[21:09] <poisonby> I don't need to power the pi, only the drives
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[21:09] <shauno> (fine if you're trying to run 4 devices off one pi. not so fun for running multiple pi)
[21:10] <cirdan> i think all you can find above 12w is chinese imports, 3a@5-5.25v since they violate the usb spec
[21:10] <IT_Sean> YAY for violating the spec!
[21:10] <{HD}> What are you guys using for headless stereo with remote control? I saw something about “music box“ and mpd or maybe like a kodi hack.
[21:10] <poisonby> Maybe I've misunderstood or I'm being ambiguous. I run the pi with a cable from the wall to the micro USB port. Right now I have one HDD plugged in but I want more, but I doubt the pi can power more than one so I want a powered usb hub
[21:11] <leftyfb> your hub is going to barely power more than 1 HDD
[21:11] <leftyfb> unless they're SSD's
[21:12] <poisonby> :/
[21:12] <poisonby> They're HDDs
[21:12] <poisonby> That's a bummer
[21:12] <leftyfb> then you want the best hub/power you can get
[21:12] <leftyfb> unless you don't care about the data on the drives
[21:13] <Apocx_> can't you always just connect some external usb hdds that have their own power?
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[21:13] <poisonby> I guess that's a solution, but I haven't found any external HDDs with external power supplies
[21:14] <poisonby> I could look a little closer
[21:14] <shauno> really? around here, almost all external 3.5" come with external power, and almost all external 2.5" don't
[21:14] <Apocx_> like every external HDD I've bought in the past two years has one
[21:14] <Apocx_> but I buy the big 4TB 3.5" ones
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[21:16] <leftyfb> poisonby: goo.gl/vSkMU7
[21:16] <poisonby> Oh, wait, I might've been looking only on portable HDDs
[21:16] <poisonby> I guess they don't come with external power
[21:16] <shauno> they also tend to require less. it might be wise to go crawling the fine print to figure out how much less
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[21:17] <poisonby> Thanks!
[21:19] <cirdan> so, looks like the larger drives need ~2.1w in use https://www.tomshardware.com/news/seagate-barracuda-firecuda-hdd-sshd,32860.html
[21:19] <cirdan> *but*
[21:19] <cirdan> they need up to 1.2A to spin up
[21:21] <cirdan> https://www.seagate.com/www-content/product-content/seagate-laptop-fam/barracuda_25/en-us/docs/100804767f.pdf
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[21:26] <genr8_> the drives im using here say 2800mA on spinup and 12.8 watts seek
[21:26] <cirdan> ouch
[21:26] <cirdan> 3.5"
[21:26] <cirdan> ?
[21:26] <genr8_> ya
[21:26] <cirdan> yeah
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[21:36] <poisonby> Seagate, is that a trusted brand for harddrives?
[21:38] <Choscura> yes
[21:38] <Choscura> one of the longer-established ones too
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[21:39] <poisonby> There's a pretty cool 4tb external seagate HDD for half the price
[21:39] <poisonby> Really wanna buy it, but there aren't that many reviews
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[21:40] <Choscura> it's a USB drive, it'll work fine
[21:40] <Choscura> have used them on pi's
[21:40] <Choscura> have such a 1tb disk next to me
[21:41] <B0g4r7__> There used to be dozens of hard drive makers. Now there are like...three.
[21:41] <poisonby> yeah but it also has external power
[21:41] <poisonby> And thanks
[21:43] <Choscura> yeah, most of those drives run on 12 volts, so you can actually get that power a lot of ways and it's really convenient for solar or whatever.
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[21:44] <Choscura> most cars run on 12 volts, some RV's run on 24 or 48, as do most solar systems over 500 watts
[21:44] <B0g4r7__> Yeah well, they call it 12 volts.
[21:45] <B0g4r7__> If you measure, a car's system will be 14V or more while charging.
[21:45] <Choscura> right, don't plug it in directly
[21:45] <B0g4r7__> I'd use a regulator of some kind, rather than hooking a hard drive directly to such a system.
[21:45] <Choscura> but you can ballast it and make the current supply steady and safe for that
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[21:46] <Choscura> I'm actually kind of looking at putting an extra 2 6-volt deep cycle batteries in parallel in my car and a solar panel on top, because fuck not charging when you can, and that sort of thing could let my kids both reasonably power their devices in the back on the go
[21:47] <B0g4r7__> You'll collect some solar energy, but you'll burn more hydrocarbons lugging those big batteries around with you everywhere.
[21:48] * Tenkawa is working on his 64 bit conversion project
[21:49] <Choscura> I know gas mileage will go down a bit, but the 30 lbs added to a 1200 lbs car chassis isn't going to be a huge draw on hydrocarbons, I think
[21:49] <B0g4r7__> I do think that cars should have a 10W collector or so integrated into the roof or decklid, so the battery can stay charged if you don't drive for a while.
[21:49] <willc> Has anyone finished their perpetual motion machine utilizing the RPI?
[21:49] <willc> ;)
[21:50] <Tenkawa> B0g4r7__: or a downhill momentum energy collector
[21:50] <Choscura> no, wanna throw me beer money so I can buy parts? lol
[21:50] <Choscura> and it's not perpetual motion, just solar power
[21:50] <B0g4r7__> Tenkawa, sure, but you have to drive the vehicle for that to work.
[21:50] <Tenkawa> true
[21:51] <Tenkawa> but we have enough hills it would probably be at least be useful
[21:51] <B0g4r7__> Hybrid cars do that already.
[21:51] <Tenkawa> yeah
[21:51] <B0g4r7__> I tend to leave mine sitting parked for too long, and I'm always having issues with the battery being found discharged.
[21:51] <Tenkawa> certain ones
[21:52] <B0g4r7__> I guess I should just sell it.
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[22:20] <Encrypt> Hello o/
[22:20] <Choscura> @johannee ping
[22:20] <Choscura> hmm
[22:20] <Encrypt> I've just set up the VPN on my laptop
[22:20] <Encrypt> The VPN server is running on my Pi
[22:20] <Encrypt> It works like a charm :P
[22:21] <Encrypt> The Wi-Fi connection here blocked everything except the traffic on port 80 and 443
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[22:31] <poisonby> Metal case or plastic? :P The plastic one is cheaper
[22:32] <Choscura> plastic, then
[22:32] <Choscura> case isn't terribly important
[22:32] <poisonby> Yeah it's running naked right now, but I thought why not
[22:32] <poisonby> Thanks
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[22:33] <Choscura> well, if you have an industrial application, a metal case might be worth it
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[22:33] <Choscura> but, most people don't, and it would have to be, eg, high temperature protection or something like that
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[22:34] <poisonby> I basically just use it as a small NAS and as an IRC client
[22:35] <Tenkawa> yeah and the more you protect, the more you have to dissapate too
[22:35] <Tenkawa> heheh
[22:35] <Tenkawa> so its definitely a balancing act if you get too heavy of a case for sure
[22:35] <poisonby> https://www.ebay.co.uk/p/Pro-Signal-Case-for-Raspberry-Pi-2-and-3-Transparent/928576941
[22:35] <poisonby> This is the plastic one
[22:36] <Tenkawa> otherwise you start overheating the insides
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[22:36] <poisonby> Metal one: https://www.elgiganten.se/product/datorer-tillbehor/datorkomponenter/RASPI3MECASES/raspberry-pi-3-metallchassi-silver
[22:36] <poisonby> The metal one does look pretty nice
[22:36] <Tenkawa> I've never had any problem with any of the ones I've used
[22:37] <Tenkawa> I like pimoroni
[22:37] <DammitJim> is it normal to set up an entry in fstab for a usb drive?
[22:37] <DammitJim> instead of letting the system mount it automatically and create that weird path with numbers and such?
[22:38] <Tenkawa> DammitJim: its personal preference
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[22:38] <poisonby> DammitJim: You can configure the way your system mounts it automatically (like with udisks IIRC). fdisk is only really used to mount stuff on boot, so it doesn't make sense if you constantly replug it
[22:38] <Tenkawa> I'm old school so I set things up many different ways
[22:39] <Tenkawa> poisonby: actually fstab is read anytime you call a mountall
[22:39] <poisonby> Or I guess udev
[22:39] <poisonby> Tenkawa: Yeah, or mount -a :P But then you may just as well mount it manually
[22:40] <Tenkawa> yep
[22:40] <Tenkawa> I prefer that
[22:40] <Choscura> I've seen some cool cases where the metal body of the case itself is the heat sync
[22:40] <Tenkawa> I dont like automounting
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[22:40] <Choscura> like, there's two posts and you just position the processors on those with the heat transfer grease shit
[22:40] <Tenkawa> it gets too controlling
[22:40] <Tenkawa> Choscura: nice
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[22:40] <Choscura> it was a $100 case, seriously
[22:41] <Tenkawa> Choscura: bet thats pricy
[22:41] <Tenkawa> heheh
[22:41] <Tenkawa> indeed
[22:41] <Choscura> green sand cast and machined alluminum
[22:41] <poisonby> I made a case using the box it came with
[22:41] <poisonby> It looked like ass
[22:41] <Choscura> I mean, well done, but it wouldn't work on the new b+
[22:41] <Tenkawa> I'd like one printed to look like a Tardis
[22:41] <Choscura> the box it came with is actually not the worst idea, lol
[22:41] <Choscura> and, just double-sided sticky tape it to the back of a monitor, out of sight but still accessible
[22:42] <Choscura> zip tie up and similarly mount the cables invisibly
[22:42] <DammitJim> ok, then I think I'm going to set up an entry in fstab for this USB drive
[22:42] <Choscura> boom done problem solved
[22:42] <Tenkawa> since one end has nothing to plug into use that as the bottom
[22:42] <poisonby> DammitJim: Sounds like a plan
[22:42] <Choscura> Hell, I have one on my wall mounted with sticky tacky, that rubbery shit you put posters up with
[22:42] <poisonby> Haha
[22:43] <Choscura> seriously, i've got a pi problem or something, lol
[22:43] <Tenkawa> a tardis?
[22:43] <poisonby> My dad once found something black and sticky, on a roll. He had no idea what it was (could've been poiusonous for all I know), but it was used *everywhere*.
[22:43] <Choscura> I've got 3 b's and a b+ and probably 5-6 pi0's and 0w's combined
[22:43] <Tenkawa> or just a pi on the wall?
[22:45] <Tenkawa> need to get something from Starcraft Anniversary too
[22:45] <Tenkawa> Choscura: whats the prob?
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[22:47] <Choscura> the prob is, I haven't put together a docker swarm or beowulf cluster of these yet
[22:47] <Tenkawa> oh
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[22:48] <Tenkawa> not a technical problem
[22:48] <Tenkawa> haahaa
[22:48] <Choscura> basically, lol
[22:48] <Tenkawa> I got a cluster hat for some of my zeroes
[22:48] <Tenkawa> (some)
[22:48] <Tenkawa> still got like 6 more unused
[22:49] <Choscura> I'm seriously considering setting that up on top of vanilla raspbian and just GPIO'ing them directly onto what, to them, is gonna look like USB wifi connections handling every pair of data wire between
[22:49] <Tenkawa> at the moment I just hope this 64 bit kernel compile worls for my 3+
[22:50] <Tenkawa> er works
[22:50] <Choscura> that's pretty cool
[22:50] <Choscura> you got writeups of this anywhere online?
[22:50] <Choscura> also, you seen n.o.d.e. on youtube?
[22:51] <Choscura> not my channel, I'm Choscura there too
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[22:54] <Tenkawa> i used different document sources
[22:54] <Tenkawa> lagged out
[22:54] <Choscura> <Choscura> you got writeups of this anywhere online?
[22:54] <Choscura> <Choscura> also, you seen n.o.d.e. on youtube?
[22:54] <Choscura> <Choscura> not my channel, I'm Choscura there too
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[22:54] <Tenkawa> so far I got the kernel to get to the boot but it cant find the root filesystem
[22:55] <Choscura> lol
[22:55] <Tenkawa> yeah I did that
[22:55] <Choscura> eh?
[22:55] <Tenkawa> oh thought the laugh was at my disc
[22:56] <Tenkawa> whats n.o.d.e.?
[22:56] <Choscura> brit guy's youtube channel with some straight up cool shit built around pis
[22:56] <Tenkawa> nice
[22:56] <gordonDrogon> *cough* we do like to try to keep it family friendly here.....
[22:57] <Choscura> distributed networking radio forwarding nodes for grid net level cool shit
[22:57] <Choscura> OH
[22:57] <Tenkawa> I'll have to note to take a look when i get somewhere I can take a look
[22:57] <Choscura> sorry, my bad, I'm really bad about that!
[22:57] <gordonDrogon> Rules: https://goo.gl/h5qPhz
[22:57] <Choscura> I'm aware, I'm just not used to having to bother censoring myself in adult environments.
[22:58] <Choscura> again, terribly sorry, won't let it happen again.
[22:58] <gordonDrogon> no worries.
[22:59] <Tenkawa> yay my kernel is almost done compiling
[23:00] <shauno> if you're not used to having to tame your language, you should probably talk to your grandparents more often
[23:01] <Tenkawa> shauno: is that a specific reference?
[23:01] <Choscura> my grandparents are dead or have disowned me for not being in their church
[23:01] <Choscura> sooooooo
[23:02] <shauno> that's too bad. I found my grandies to be good practice for not doing my sailor impression in job interviews or family-friendly irc channels
[23:03] <Choscura> I've never found a job that had a language requirement that wound up being a fit for more than 6 months.
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[23:03] <Choscura> It's a... let's call it a crap test.
[23:04] <shauno> I actually found the opposite. the suits I sat down with had nothing to do with the people I work with. at all.
[23:05] <Choscura> well, you've seen the volume of swearing I do- it's not a lot, most of the time, because that just wears the words out
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[23:05] <shauno> anyway. wasn't meant to be a lecture. just an observation that old people are fun for practicing code-switching
[23:05] <Choscura> but, I've found that the people who are rigidly non-negotiable about using these words very difficult to work productively with.
[23:06] <shauno> sure. but you don't actually work with HR. you just have to get past them :)
[23:06] * Tenkawa did
[23:06] <Choscura> eh, I'm an uber driver funding my own startuppy crap for a reason, lol
[23:06] * Tenkawa spent 7 years in back office I.T.
[23:07] <ali1234> i bet there's some "economic anxiety" going on here too
[23:07] <Choscura> customers make the best bosses, because they want something from you that they're explicitly willing to pay for
[23:07] <Choscura> no anxiety, I can pay all my bills
[23:07] <shauno> I've actually got the hang of cube life. 16yo shaun woulda disowned me
[23:07] * Tenkawa really enjoyed it
[23:07] <Choscura> a bit of angst about McDonalds, because firetruck mcdonalds, without the tire
[23:08] <Choscura> but that's to be expected, even according to the people working there
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[23:21] <Tenkawa> ouch
[23:21] <Tenkawa> that was some lag
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[23:24] <DammitJim> how do I find out the filesystem to mount a usb drive as?
[23:24] <DammitJim> df -T shows fuseblk
[23:24] <DammitJim> is that normal?
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[23:25] <gordonDrogon> just mount it - linux usually works it out.
[23:25] <shauno> file -s /dev/devicename is often a good start
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[23:40] <tristero> you can also use parted to see what's in the partition table
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[23:53] <willc> anyone have insight/resources into securing a pi?
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[23:54] <Owner> willc: like what?
[23:54] <Owner> firewall?
[23:54] <Owner> physical security?
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[23:55] <willc> Owner, is it fairly secure upon setup of Stretch?
[23:56] <Owner> well, nothing is secure
[23:56] <willc> Besides a weak password, if installed in a location that made it inaccessible, and the only means of communication was through network, would it be relatively secure?
[23:56] <Owner> but you can add a firewall easily, i dont thin kthere is one by default
[23:56] <willc> Or are there some 101s that made it a little better
[23:56] <Owner> you can make sshd_config only accept PubKey auth
[23:57] <Owner> generate keys, etc
[23:57] <Owner> same as any linux
[23:57] <willc> So then I generate a key on the machine and then need the file to be able to connect?
[23:58] <willc> Is that the basic premise?
[23:58] <willc> Let us assume I'm a pleb
[23:58] <willc> ;)
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[23:58] <Owner> #openssh
[23:59] <Owner> willc: are you actually going to do it or just get it explained
[23:59] <willc> thanks
[23:59] <Owner> might as well jsut do it
[23:59] <willc> i started googling already
[23:59] <willc> which is why my response is delayed

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