#raspberrypi IRC Log

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IRC Log for 2018-06-07

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[0:05] <Tenkawa> is 4.17 useable yet on the pi3+?(I assume no)
[0:06] <Tenkawa> I got my first attempt to crash trying to find drives
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[2:56] <k_sze> Odd. I somehow can't set 16 MB memory split on my RPi 3, running Raspbian Stretch will all updates.
[2:57] <k_sze> It seems to stay at 128 MB even though raspi-config says it's already set to 16 MB.
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[2:59] <k_sze> This is the output of `free` after I set the memory split to 16 MB in raspi-config and have rebooted: https://bpaste.net/show/9100edaaa211
[3:01] <k_sze> And I don't have a camera module attached yet.
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[3:10] <k_sze> Seems that the actual minimum I can set is 32 MiB.
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[5:09] <javi404> k_sze[work]: This is for graphics vs system memory?
[5:09] <k_sze[work]> javi404: yes
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[5:10] <javi404> might be a hardware limit
[5:10] <javi404> what is the default?
[5:10] <javi404> let me check on mine
[5:10] <k_sze[work]> Mind is the *old* RPi 3, not the model B+.
[5:10] <javi404> I don't have a 3 though yet,
[5:10] <javi404> sorry just realized you have a 3
[5:10] <k_sze[work]> s/Mind/Mine/g
[5:13] <javi404> checking my pi B
[5:14] <javi404> Raspberry Pi Model B Rev 2 I mean because why wouldn't it be confusing.
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[5:18] <javi404> Mem: 443904 35060 37296 11036 371548 332280
[5:19] <javi404> Mem: 492624 31440 366888 14408 94296 398468
[5:19] <javi404> k_sze[work]: worked on my old PI
[5:20] <javi404> k_sze[work]: doesn't the utility just modify the line in boot.txt
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[5:21] <k_sze[work]> yes, but the kernel can ignore that line if it somehow can't comply.
[5:22] <k_sze[work]> Don't know if it's the kernel or firmware or whatever.
[5:22] <javi404> k_sze[work]: what does it say in /boot/config.txt ?
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[5:22] <javi404> I now have: gpu_mem=16
[5:22] <k_sze[work]> hold on.
[5:23] <javi404> cat /boot/config.txt | grep gpu_mem
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[10:14] <khadna> hi
[10:16] <ShorTie> Good Morning
[10:22] <khadna> thank you, good morning to ShorTie
[10:22] <khadna> is it morning where you are?
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[11:14] <khadna> re
[11:14] <khadna> alex_giusi_tiri hello
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[11:24] <repys> I need to build a raspberry pi with no display. how can I conigure the wifi network for that?
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[11:24] <khadna> trying to play a fullhd video with a raspberry pi 3b+, but playback is super choppy and sloe, 1 frame per minute
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[11:26] <mfa298> repys: with raspbian you can put a file (called 'ssh') on the boot partition to enable ssh and a file (called 'wpa_supplicant.conf') with the wifi network details to connect to.
[11:26] <repys> ssh files has to be empty ?
[11:27] <repys> wpa_supplicant.conf do you have an example? and where are these need to be located?
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[11:29] <BurtyB> repys, https://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/viewtopic.php?t=191252 - they need to be in the boot partition (so can be accessed from windows/etc)
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[11:37] <mfa298> I'm pretty sure there are examples for both of those in the documentation
[11:39] <mfa298> 3. on https://www.raspberrypi.org/documentation/remote-access/ssh/README.md
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[11:40] <mfa298> https://www.raspberrypi.org/documentation/configuration/wireless/headless.md
[11:41] <BurtyB> mfa298, those docs are more for editing an existing file, iirc it doesn't have a full example and they don't include the ctrl_interface part etc.
[11:43] <mfa298> that might just suggest someone should update the docs :p
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[11:56] <inex> help
[11:56] <inex> i lost access to my pi
[11:56] <inex> im a fucking idiot, i know
[11:56] <inex> i have no hdmi monitor or cable, but ive always been able to ssh to it
[11:56] <inex> but now it wont connect through ethernet
[11:56] <inex> i had a wifi network configured from long ago so i tried that one
[11:56] <inex> but it doesnt connect either
[11:56] <inex> i have no access to it.
[11:56] <inex> what do i do? ;-;
[11:57] <inex> i mean, wifi works, but a ping takes like 19 seconds
[12:00] <Habbie> if wifi works slowly, that should be enough to fix it, patiently?
[12:01] <Habbie> also, "won't connect through ethernet" is not very specific - does it have an IP (that you know)? can you ping? how does ssh fail?
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[12:04] <inex> hmm
[12:04] <inex> i think my power supply is now fucked and the pi is running very slowly
[12:06] <inex> i'll patiently try wifi, and regarding ethernet, im 100% sure dhcp is broken on this old build of osmc, and ethernet never gets assigned an ip
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[12:21] <mfa298> inex: you might want to read the channel rules, language should be family friendly
[12:21] <inex> oh! sorry :(
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[12:21] <mfa298> as for it being slow getting access to a console (screen or possibly serial) would probably help a lot.
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[12:29] <inex> it won't boot, and this is what shows up when plugged to a tv https://i.imgur.com/J3u7tFa.png guess its time for a new sdcard
[12:29] <inex> i dont even know https://i.imgur.com/L9wd9gn.png
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[12:36] <mfa298> looks like it would probably at least need a reflash of the SD card. Maybe also check the PSU, some power issues can lead to SD issues/
[12:46] <sinatra> yank the sdcard and check it out on a computer
[12:46] <inex> i did, its fucked
[12:46] <inex> oh i forgot about the sfw rule.
[12:47] <sinatra> lol
[12:47] <sinatra> its 3:40 in the morning, there is nobody working righ tno wlol
[12:48] <sinatra> So did the sdcard get corrupted?
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[12:51] <mfa298> sinatra: it might be 3:40am for you, but this is an international channel and a large number of people here are EU where it's daytime.
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[12:51] <inex> yeah, it seems as if the second partition on the sdcard completely died and fsck cant even begin to run
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[12:52] <inex> i tried flashing a new image but it still boots to the previous partition, somehow
[12:52] <Khaytsus> Sounds like the sdcard is fscked
[12:52] <inex> yep :(
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[13:05] <ShorTie> did you try sdformatter to format it
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[13:26] <repys> I was trying to set headless raspbian. how can I create the ssh file in boot partition in order to enable ssh?
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[13:26] <Habbie> repys, just make an empty file called ssh
[13:27] <repys> ok but I tried to create a empty file in /boot but it says the file system is read only
[13:28] <repys> are you sure I have to create it in /boot?
[13:28] <Habbie> i am sure, but
[13:28] <Habbie> how are you accessing the SD?
[13:29] <repys> from my laptop
[13:30] <repys> I mounted it via sd car reader
[13:30] <Habbie> what OS?
[13:30] <repys> ubuntu
[13:30] <Habbie> perhaps it mounted as the wrong user
[13:30] <Habbie> or the write protect on the SD is on
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[13:32] <repys> ok done
[13:32] <repys> after that how can I setup my raspbian in headless mode?
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[13:34] <Khaytsus> repys: poke some setting in the boot partition and it'll go online automatically
[13:34] <Khaytsus> Look for that event in your dhcp server, ssh in
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[13:52] <inex> yep, the sd card went into some sort of failsafe read-only mode thing
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[14:35] <oneirosFade> Hello all. I'm having a little trouble -- I've been trying to set up a fresh Raspbian SD card for wireless, but it simply refuses to work
[14:37] <oneirosFade> That is, it doesn't appear to even attempt negotiation with an AP.
[14:37] <iKarith> tfw gdb tells you that the sigsegv in your code is in malloc().
[14:38] <oneirosFade> Hm, nvm, I think I got it now
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[15:20] <retrosenator> how do I set gpio pin to alt state once I change it to input or output?
[15:20] <retrosenator> I want to set back pin for i2c to that function
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[16:08] <HrdwrBoB> craaaaaaap
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[16:09] <Owner> @_@
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[16:09] <lopta> HrdwrBoB: That sounds ominous
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[16:18] <Tenkawa> Any success getting the 4.17 kernel branch running on the pi3+ yet?
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[16:21] <Owner> 4.16 is the latest in the github
[16:22] <Owner> so...you can download that and get the patch from kernel.org and attempt patching it yourself
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[16:23] <Tenkawa> Owner: yeah i noticed
[16:23] <Owner> cool
[16:23] <Tenkawa> i tried.. darn thing hates me
[16:24] <Owner> you know what you are doing, i assume?
[16:24] <Owner> if it doesnt work, it doesnt work...
[16:24] <Tenkawa> oh yeah
[16:24] * Tenkawa was a kernel dev
[16:25] <Owner> ah
[16:25] <Tenkawa> that branch just seems to hate me though
[16:25] <Tenkawa> i dont want to touch 4.15 because its being kinda..left alone
[16:27] <Tenkawa> and I really like to follow new dev... i got 4.17 to boot the cpus.. just cant see storage.. i think the device tree needs work
[16:27] <Owner> i had never heard of 'device tree' until rpi
[16:27] <Owner> sounds like its an issue
[16:28] <Owner> who designed this
[16:28] <Owner> lol
[16:28] <Tenkawa> its an arm thing
[16:28] <Owner> oh
[16:30] <Tenkawa> its in more than arm but I think this quote says it best:
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[16:30] <Tenkawa> for Linux
[16:30] <Tenkawa> on Arm, device trees have been mandatory for all new SoCs since 2012.[
[16:31] <Owner> ok
[16:31] <Tenkawa> dt exsts for The Linux kernel for the Arm, x86, MicroBlaze, PowerPC, and SPARC
[16:31] <Tenkawa> er exists
[16:31] <Owner> what is the point of it
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[16:31] <Tenkawa> https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Device_tree
[16:32] <Tenkawa> good article
[16:34] <Owner> hmm i see
[16:34] <Tenkawa> interesting eh?
[16:34] <Owner> yeah, i guess it was created to solve a huge headache
[16:35] <Tenkawa> indeed
[16:35] <Owner> and so it can be used to disable parts of the board too
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[16:36] <Owner> like hide from kernel
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[16:37] <Tenkawa> it allows low level definitions/etc
[16:37] <Owner> at least they are trying to make it a standard
[16:37] <Tenkawa> its quite neat if not a bit confusing
[16:37] <Tenkawa> reminds me of my assembly days again
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[16:38] <Owner> assembly is fun
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[16:39] <Tenkawa> if you say so
[16:39] <Tenkawa> heheheh
[16:39] <Owner> i like making computers do exactly what i tell them ;)
[16:39] <Tenkawa> i still prefer cobol
[16:39] <Owner> rpi is too unstable for that though :(
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[16:40] <Owner> i rebooted mine yesterday, it was crashed this morning
[16:40] <Owner> spamming stuff about stuck cpu / scheduler and jifffies
[16:40] <Owner> no other errors
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[16:40] <Owner> overheated?....
[16:40] <Tenkawa> thats probably your power supply
[16:40] <Tenkawa> not the rpi
[16:40] <Owner> everyone keeps saying that
[16:40] <Owner> no one links to a good power supply
[16:41] <Owner> im using a 2.5A
[16:41] <Tenkawa> doesnt matter what amp
[16:41] <Tenkawa> its got to be clean
[16:41] <Owner> where do you get a "good powersupply"
[16:41] <Owner> every time these things crash someone blames it on powre
[16:42] <Owner> ive seen more different kinds of crashes than i have on any other hardware ever
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[16:42] * BurtyB would say the official psu is a good one to use
[16:42] <Tenkawa> I cannot personally say because I assemble my own psu's
[16:42] <Owner> how do you do that
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[16:43] <Tenkawa> Owner: with parts, and proper test equipment
[16:43] <Tenkawa> but this is my backgrund
[16:43] <Tenkawa> er background
[16:44] <Owner> i dont know i fi have an official psu or not
[16:44] <Owner> ill find out
[16:44] <Owner> bbl
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[16:49] <marcopolo125> Good Evening!
[16:50] <marcopolo125> I have a rpi 3 i think 2 years now, and i used mostly for files transfering
[16:50] <marcopolo125> like a nas(with hdd's attach to it
[16:51] <marcopolo125> but i want to do a cool project with it now, like making a smart mirror or something
[16:51] <marcopolo125> but it seems like that the acrylic mirrors are very expensive
[16:51] <marcopolo125> is there any other way, using a normal mirror?
[16:52] <marcopolo125> i already use my laptop monitor, so i didn't spend money from that
[16:52] <marcopolo125> except for the controller
[16:53] <NowhereMan> you mean two way mirrors
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[16:53] <NowhereMan> acrylic mirror are cheap
[16:53] <marcopolo125> yeaa excactly
[16:53] <marcopolo125> the 2 way mirrors are very expensive
[16:53] <NowhereMan> but to get the proper effect, nothing else works....
[16:54] <marcopolo125> acrylic mirror would look bad?
[16:54] <NowhereMan> it doesn't work as a 2 way
[16:55] <marcopolo125> https://www.amazon.com/12-Acrylic-See-Through-Mirror/dp/B017ONH3EG
[16:55] <marcopolo125> that above would work?
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[16:56] <marcopolo125> but it is very small..
[16:56] <NowhereMan> didnt know they made acrylic 2 ways...maybe it is one
[16:57] <marcopolo125> the 12" x 18" would be enough?
[16:57] <marcopolo125> i have a screen of 18 inch
[16:58] <NowhereMan> you have to measure the screen
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[16:58] <marcopolo125> i dint knew that 12" are so big in cm = 30 lol
[16:59] <marcopolo125> so i could get one 12" x 12" and then cut it or something
[17:00] <marcopolo125> maybe a little bit bigger in the sides
[17:01] <marcopolo125> like a 12" x 18" would be nice and then cut it a little bit
[17:02] <lopta> marcopolo125: Inches are silly.
[17:02] <marcopolo125> yeaa hehe my same thoughts
[17:03] <marcopolo125> like feets as well..
[17:05] <lopta> I live in the U.S. where they measure Raspberry Pi speed in Fathoms per Fortnight.
[17:05] <lopta> ;-)
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[17:08] <marcopolo125> ooopss sorry for the thing with the feets :( haha
[17:09] <marcopolo125> hahaha in first i thought it was a real mesaurment
[17:09] <marcopolo125> and i googled it lol
[17:10] <lopta> marcopolo125: One foot is about 30cm
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[17:10] <lopta> (305mm)
[17:12] <BurtyB> if you don't like feet how about a yard of ale?
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[17:15] <lopta> BurtyB: I'll take a (British) pint of decent stout of anyone's yard of ale ;-)
[17:16] <lopta> over*
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[17:17] <lopta> Alright, I have to power down so that I can unplug a thing.
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[17:24] <retrosenator> how do I set gpio state back to i2c after I set it to gpio input?
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[17:38] <gordonDrogon> retrosenator, gpio -g mode $pin alt0
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[17:46] <Voop> anyone here know stuff about stepper motors
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[17:47] <Habbie> Voop, i'm sure several do - just ask
[17:47] <Voop> i bought these nema23 2ft lb stepper motors and drivers for them
[17:47] <Voop> the torque is pretty sad... and i dont think its supposed to be
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[17:47] <Voop> how can i figure out whats wrong?
[17:48] <Voop> the driver says its maximum output is 4A
[17:48] <Voop> and the voltage input is 9 ~ 42v, i connected a 24v psu
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[17:49] <gordonDrogon> Voop, you need the right driver chip and driving methodology.
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[17:50] <Voop> i bought the one that was recommended on amazon
[17:50] <gordonDrogon> I've used the pololu purple boards in the past. they'll drive those nema motors good enough to break your wrist. need a good psu though - a very good one.
[17:50] <gordonDrogon> you also need to tune the pololu boards - the ones with the tiny little pot.
[17:51] <Voop> i wish this thing had enough torque to break a wrist
[17:51] <Voop> right now i can stop it with my pinky
[17:51] <gordonDrogon> what's the driver chip you're using?
[17:51] <Voop> TB6600
[17:51] <Voop> https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01MYMK1G9/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o02_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
[17:52] <gordonDrogon> not familiar with that.
[17:52] <Voop> the motor says the rated current is 4.2A
[17:53] <gordonDrogon> sure the psu can give the amps?
[17:53] <Voop> its a switching 24v/25a psu
[17:53] <Voop> so id hope so
[17:54] <gordonDrogon> seems so - on paper at least.
[17:54] <Voop> would upping the input voltage make a difference
[17:55] <gordonDrogon> depends on the drivers - can you measure the static current? put the driving unit into zero microstepping mode and check the amps ..
[17:57] <Voop> would that be the mode on the microstepping chart that says "NC"
[17:57] <gordonDrogon> possibly.
[17:57] <gordonDrogon> although NC is usually No Connection or similar...
[17:58] <Voop> its the option before 1 microstep 200 pulse/rev
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[17:59] <gordonDrogon> no manual for it?
[18:00] <gordonDrogon> however 200 pulses/rev is typical for no microstepping. I'd set it to that first.
[18:00] <Voop> the settings are printed on the driver itself
[18:00] <Voop> china
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[18:01] <gordonDrogon> I typically drive them from atmega/arduino than a Pi though.
[18:01] <gordonDrogon> dug out a bad photo: http://unicorn.drogon.net/steppers.jpg
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[18:03] <lopta> Why can't I find the Transputer channel?
[18:04] <Voop> i am driving it from a clone mini arduino
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[18:04] <Voop> i thought driving with pi would be just as easy but from looking into it it needs a lot of additional hardware
[18:07] <lopta> Voop: What are you trying to drive?
[18:07] <Voop> a nema23 stepper motor
[18:07] <Voop> supposed to have 2ft lbs torque - not getting that out of it
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[18:08] <lopta> What's that in Newtons? ;-)
[18:08] <Voop> 3Nm
[18:09] <lopta> Voop: When you drive it from an Arduino, are you stalking to a stepper motor controller or manually energising the coils in sequence?
[18:09] <lopta> (via GPIO)
[18:09] <lopta> s/staling/talking/
[18:09] <lopta> Ugh... lagtastic.
[18:09] <Voop> i have a driver connected
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[18:10] <Voop> TB6600
[18:10] <Voop> outputs 4a max, which is the rated current of the stepper
[18:11] <Voop> im not sure if the driver cant supply the needed amperage, and if so what the needed amperage is
[18:11] <lopta> It would be nice to run the driver a little within its max limit
[18:11] <lopta> ...perhaps that's where you're losing some torque.
[18:12] <Voop> what do you mean lopta
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[18:12] <lopta> Voop: Well, if your motor's coils are rated 4A, you might consider a 5A driver chip.
[18:13] <Voop> would 5A be plenty
[18:13] <Voop> or should i get higher than 5
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[18:13] <lopta> I would expect 5A to be plenty but you could ask in ##electronics
[18:14] <Voop> https://www.amazon.com/STEPPERONLINE-Digital-Stepper-1-8-5-6A-20-50VDC/dp/B074TBMC7N/ref=sr_1_8?ie=UTF8&qid=1528388008&sr=8-8&keywords=nema+23+driver
[18:14] <Voop> looks pretty identical to the one i have although it has a different chinese company name on it
[18:14] <Voop> but claims 5.6A
[18:15] <lopta> You may also want to take Chinese current ratings with a pinch of salt.
[18:16] <Voop> of course
[18:17] <lopta> Alright. I have to go to a place and plug in a thing.
[18:17] <lopta> Good luck!
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[18:21] <mfa298> Voop: if you're reading a datasheet for what the driver chip can do look at the normal case stuff not maximum (you'll often find higher maximums but they're often not recommended for normal operation) - that's being fairly generalised.
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[18:28] <retrosenator> gordonDrogon: does that use the sysfs interface? I want to do from sysfs
[18:28] <retrosenator> I think gpio command uses mmio
[18:28] <Voop> mfa298: well it claims 4a current 5.6a peak current
[18:29] <Voop> while the one im using now claims 3.5a current 4.0peak
[18:29] <Voop> when i test current on the coils it bounces between 3.2 and 4.2
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[18:33] <gordonDrogon> retrosenator, no - the gpio command is part of wiringPi which pokes the hardwre directly via /dev/mem
[18:33] <gordonDrogon> you can not change pin modes from anything other than in/out using sysfs. (afaik)
[18:37] <CoJaBo> You can do SPI from devfs too (as long as the driver is loaded), but yeh I don't remember seeing an equivelent for pwm. Which is annoying, because I too will soon need to do pwm output and it'd be much simpler to just do it from bash lol..
[18:37] <red9> Write a small program using wiringPi ?
[18:39] <gordonDrogon> gpio -g mode 18 pwm ; gpio -g pwm 18 512
[18:40] <gordonDrogon> *shrugs*
[18:41] <retrosenator> the problem is, the gpio command is not portable
[18:41] <retrosenator> yes it works great, on raspberry pi but not all sbc
[18:41] <gordonDrogon> it works over all Raspberry Pi's.
[18:41] <gordonDrogon> wait.. what? there are *other* SBCs?
[18:41] <gordonDrogon> wow...
[18:41] <retrosenator> there are like 100's
[18:41] <gordonDrogon> oh well, good luck there, then.
[18:41] <retrosenator> heh
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[18:42] <retrosenator> raspberry pi has crappy gfx, low ram, no usb 3 etc
[18:42] <retrosenator> but the other boards have so many more bugs
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[18:43] <retrosenator> so i'm still using raspberry
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[18:45] <gordonDrogon> I have no use-case for any other ARM based systems right now, so I've never looked at porting wiringPi. Others have ported it though. If someone wants to pay me to do work on them, then it might change, however itsn't there a new kernel driver for gpio over many different SBCs now?
[18:45] <gordonDrogon> ie. something that's not sysfs based, but ioctl based.
[18:46] <retrosenator> maybe
[18:46] <retrosenator> but the ports I am using use sysfs
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[18:50] <shiftplusone> gordonDrogon: those other SBCs tend to only support old kernels, so I doubt many of them have that gpio driver yet.
[18:50] <retrosenator> orange pi runs kernel 4.17
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[18:51] <shiftplusone> ah, then that's an option.
[18:52] <retrosenator> afaik all the allwinner boards run armbian and can
[18:53] <shiftplusone> Sounds like maybe they got serious about software support then.
[18:54] <retrosenator> it still sucks
[18:54] <retrosenator> I cannot take these boards seriously
[18:54] <retrosenator> i2c keeps getting stuck until reboot
[18:54] <retrosenator> uart has errors, wifi problems
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[18:54] <retrosenator> compared to raspberry it's annoyance
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[18:55] <mfa298> aiui most of the allwinner boards are only really community supported, the only company that did some work (or at least paid others for support) went out of business.
[18:55] <mfa298> all the china companies put out lots of boards and really old images that occasionally work.
[18:56] <retrosenator> I think they are ok running android
[18:56] <retrosenator> maybe I should try that
[18:56] <retrosenator> still a bit useless to me
[18:56] <retrosenator> but the processor and gpu are much better than raspberry
[18:56] <red9> "<retrosenator> raspberry pi has crappy gfx, low ram, no usb 3 etc" - Well it's a controller device. Not a desktop. If you want a desktop, get a desktop not a Raspberry Pi. And welcome the power bill..
[18:57] <retrosenator> yeah I can't make the power
[18:57] <retrosenator> don't have the energy to power desktop, and notebooks die after a year or two it cost too much
[18:58] <retrosenator> I need modular so I can replace components as they fail
[18:58] <retrosenator> so raspberry is my desktop now
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[19:00] <shiftplusone> quite a few people use raspberry pi as their main desktop. It's just about choosing the right software and managing expectations.
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[19:01] <red9> managing expectations (tm) ;)
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[19:06] <davr0s> how does a pi cluster perform compiling c++ projects
[19:06] <davr0s> distcc
[19:06] <shiftplusone> depends on the project. I found it very helpful when building chromium
[19:07] <retrosenator> not enough ram
[19:07] <shiftplusone> ram is only an issue when linking
[19:07] <retrosenator> so you can't use all 4 cores
[19:07] <retrosenator> I have the issue compiling
[19:07] <shiftplusone> you can easily use all cores for building without worrying about the ram
[19:07] <retrosenator> not been my experience
[19:07] <retrosenator> but maybe depends what you are building
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[19:08] <retrosenator> I am building things with gui toolkits so ridiculous amount of header
[19:08] <shiftplusone> I build everything on the pi and manage the raspberrypi.org repo - that includes gtk, chromium and other huge packages
[19:08] <BurtyB> retrosenator, armbian don't support lots of allwinner boards (such as the banana pi zero)
[19:09] <shiftplusone> so yeah, compiling isn't an issue (which is what distcc does), it's the last step (linking) which is the issue.
[19:10] <retrosenator> especially if it tries to link in parallel
[19:10] <shiftplusone> chromium takes more than 4GB to link, so even huge swap files wouldn't help build it on a 32bit system.
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[19:12] <retrosenator> wow, well, that's just crazy
[19:12] <retrosenator> but I think 32bit system can have more than 4gb ram
[19:12] <retrosenator> you might have to link it in stages
[19:14] <shiftplusone> How do you link in stages? The final main link step for the chrome binary is what eats up all the RAM, so it's not like running it with -j 1 would help.
[19:14] <retrosenator> like some pieces?
[19:14] <retrosenator> or build it to use several shared libraries
[19:14] <retrosenator> not really sure.. I don't intend to build that
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[19:16] <shiftplusone> anyway, doesn't matter now. Ended up setting up a distcc cluster and running the build on an x86 system through qemu so that I could use my chromebook and all the pis on my desk to do the bulk of the work and then the PC could link and do everything else. It was a pain.
[19:16] <retrosenator> why is there qemu?
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[19:16] <retrosenator> you don't have a cross compiler?
[19:17] <shiftplusone> Couldn't use a cross compiler because I needed to build the .deb for raspbian and the package isn't set up for cross-compiling.
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[19:19] <shiftplusone> the test builds were cross-compiled, but not the .debs
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[19:20] <retrosenator> how did you get more than 4gb of ram on a 32bit environment in qemu?
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[19:23] <shiftplusone> x64, not x86.
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[19:26] <red9> Compile in 64-bit environment. Specify binary object target to be 32-bit. That should solve it.
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[19:27] <uriah> can confirm
[19:27] <davr0s> i still want a pi-zero to pretend to be a USB monitor ..
[19:28] <davr0s> as an excuse to buy more r-pis
[19:28] <shiftplusone> On a pi, I wouldn't bother with a 64 bit kernel myself. Relying on swap was still not ideal. The approach I ended up with was probably what I should've done fromt he start.
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[19:28] <davr0s> 6 pi-zeros so far, want 8 including cameras
[19:29] <uriah> why USB monitor specifically?
[19:29] <davr0s> usb or wireless, whatever
[19:29] <uriah> could it not be wifi?
[19:29] <uriah> ok
[19:29] <davr0s> yeah it could be wifi, even better
[19:29] <davr0s> along the lines of apple airplay
[19:29] <uriah> yup
[19:29] <uriah> doable
[19:29] <davr0s> although i realise trying to get that working *for apple* would be something of an uphill struggle..
[19:30] <red9> Is there even a USB specification for screen-over-USB ? (as opposed to HDMI etc)
[19:30] <davr0s> and of course you can get a lot of the effect from just using Synergy
[19:30] <uriah> or Bluetooth input
[19:32] <uriah> red9: I think it’s low bw gpu on a USB bus for USB graphics but there’s always USB networking since it’s a pi
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[19:34] <uriah> red9: probably requires something like usb3 for high res
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[19:36] <BCMM> red9: it's not really "screen over usb", it's more like "gpu over usb"
[19:36] <BCMM> it will need drivers like any gpu does
[19:36] <BCMM> with a usb monitor, usb is replacing pcie rather than hdmi, if you see what i mean
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[19:38] <AppAraat> hi, does automounting via systemd work on latest Raspbian?
[19:38] <AppAraat> or is it recommended I do fstab and script in rc.local?
[19:38] <AppAraat> (or both?)
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[20:15] <red9> BCMM, I have seen some USB-to-DVI boxes. So I thought maybe it's an established standard by now.
[20:16] <red9> Those boxes/adapters though only really works good for reading material. Video and gaming is not really working out.
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[22:29] <Voop> video over usb sounds like a nightmare
[22:30] <pksato> /quit
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[22:49] <shbrngdo> video over USB is fine if you're not competing for bandwidth with other things (like the network)
[22:51] <shbrngdo> NowhereMan - if you're still around - I attempted to use fluidsynth on RPi 2 recently, using FreeBSD -CURRENT (dev bleeding edge code) which compiles armv7 rather than armv6, so I figured it'd be better
[22:51] <shbrngdo> In fact, it WAS better than some of my earlier evaluations. I was able to at least play SOME MIDI files. However on RPI 2 I noticed that CPU utilization was in the 70% range a LOT. And for a specific MIDI file, which used a particular GM patch, CPU utilization pegged and distorted the audio pretty bad.
[22:52] <shbrngdo> My general conclusion is that fluidsynth must either be re-written for multi-core, or be improved by use of integer math. The floating point processing for bcm283x is still kinda pathetic.
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[22:53] <shbrngdo> SOME of the MIDI files I have work 'ok'. SOmetimes it depends on the soundfont file [larger files take a bit more CPU sometimes]. But I have one particular MIDI file that uses 25% CPU on an x86 machine (amd64, 2.4Ghz), and it won't play without distorting on the RPI 2
[22:54] <shbrngdo> Anyway - I'll have to re-try this whenever I get an RPI 3 and can run bleeding-edge code that has the best optimized floating point
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[23:34] <Bitweasil> shbrngdo: try with the 3B+, as it will run at full clock rate longer.
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[23:35] <shbrngdo> Bitweasil - I'd like to but I don't have one yet. still need to get updated hardware... newer RPi 2 as well.
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[23:58] <Owner> shbrngdo: freebsd on rpi?
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