#raspberrypi IRC Log

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IRC Log for 2018-07-19

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[1:12] <d4rklit3> hi
[1:12] <d4rklit3> i need an app for OSX to backup and restore a sd card
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[1:19] <ShorTie> dd i guess
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[1:21] <d4rklit3> yeah im doin that
[1:21] <d4rklit3> ws hoping for a ui
[1:21] <d4rklit3> :P
[1:21] <d4rklit3> i think this isactually how I did it last time
[1:21] <d4rklit3> do they sell a graceful powerdown module for a raspberry pi?
[1:32] <BurtyB> I think they do yes
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[2:00] <d4rklit3> i am trying to use DD to restore an img but its saying resource is busy
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[2:07] <shauno> is the target disk still mounted?
[2:10] <shauno> eg, diskutil unmountDisk /dev/disk9, then dd (changing the 9 as required)
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[2:51] <realies> how to get /dev path from lsusb?
[2:51] * Obi-Wan (~obi-wan@unaffiliated/obi-wan) Quit (Ping timeout: 240 seconds)
[2:52] <wigums> try fdisk -l
[2:53] <realies> looking for the usb device path
[2:55] * giddles (~giddles@unaffiliated/giddles) Quit (Quit: gn10)
[2:55] <wigums> try fdisk -l
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[2:58] <foul_owl> Trying to bridge wlan0 for lxc: https://pastebin.com/kXhs06tR br0 is created but wlan0 still gets the ip address, whereas on my x86 systems configured this way br0 gets the ip address
[2:59] <realies> wigums, doesn't show up there
[3:00] <foul_owl> normally br0 just has wlan0 in it (or eth0) but when you start containers they get added to the bridge
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[8:02] <HelgaIronic> hi o/
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[13:29] <sulaiman> hello, i'm going to build an IOT product using a raspberry pi. do you suggest I configure the device to have a static IP and run a server on it, or use a messaging protocol such as MQTT that the device subscribes to?
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[13:39] <chris_99> i'm using mqtt at the mo
[13:39] <chris_99> on the pis
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[13:39] <chris_99> one pi as a broker
[13:39] <chris_99> others as clients
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[13:52] <sulaiman> why would anyone use anything other than MQTT (or another messaging protocol) for IOT devices i'm wondering?
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[14:45] <BurtyB> sulaiman, it's way to complicated for anything I've ever wanted
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[14:57] <chris_99> it doesnt define the message contentws either
[14:57] <chris_99> (but i do kind of like that)
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[15:33] <linzst> is there anyone use openwrt on rpi? does that setup replace a router perfectly?
[15:35] <shiftplusone> linzst: a router is generally specced to be a router - fast and multiple interfaces. For some people, the USB2 speed limitation of ethernet is a deal breaker.
[15:35] <shiftplusone> and if you have multiple interfaces, that bandwidth is shared.
[15:36] <shiftplusone> I didn't use openwrt, but had a pi as a router for a while, which worked well for me, but people tend to advice against it.
[15:38] <wigums> imo if youre gonna build a router that money would be better spent on say a mini itx board or such. and you can use an older processor depending on your line speed. and you cant have tons of NICs on a pi so you still need a switch etc etc
[15:38] <wigums> just an opinion
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[15:40] <shiftplusone> but if you already have a spare pi around and everything else you need, and are willing to put in the time, why not save some money.
[15:40] <wigums> sure
[15:41] <linzst> i dont need much of ethernet port but suddenly seemed unnecessarily complicated. thanks for answer.
[15:42] <mfa298> if you just want to learn how a routing platform works then a Pi is a great platform. If you want an enterprise level router then you want something else. If you want a home router then a Pi might be fine or might not depending on a lot of factors.
[15:44] <shiftplusone> good ansfer
[15:44] <shiftplusone> ...ansfer?
[15:44] <shiftplusone> answer... =/
[15:44] <wigums> heh
[15:44] <brianx> a pi3b has been working just fine for me for over a year now. so much better than the tomato it replaced.
[15:45] <linzst> brianx: what wireless adapter are you using. realtek/mediatek or atheros
[15:46] <shiftplusone> for people nor familiar with tomato firmware, that's a confusing statement.
[15:46] <brianx> linzst: i'm not using any wireless with it. the switch and the access point are independent of the router.
[15:46] <linzst> oh ok
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[15:58] <brianx> i'm using the built in 100mbps ethernet as the interface to the cable modem and a 1gbps usb for the internal interface. atm the isp caps at 25mbps, so i still have about 100% headroom left before i need to add another 1gbps for the isp side. unfortunately, that won't add a whole lot of speed due to the usb bandwidth limit.
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[16:35] <Lartza> brianx, 300mbps if you're not using USB storage is what you can hit at best :)
[16:37] <brianx> netperf showed 310mbps, but yes about 300 is shared between all usb devices.
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[16:40] <Lartza> Yeah would have been better to write ~300
[16:40] <Lartza> so many variables really
[16:47] <brianx> it seems to be rather lousy throughput given the 480mhz data clock. that's a rather high protocol overhead.
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[16:49] <mfa298> dont forget USB is half duplex where Ethernet is normally full duplex.
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[16:49] <mfa298> so your 100mbps ethernet port could be using close to half the USB2 bandwidth
[16:51] <brianx> the isps in the us all seem to provide really low upstream of around 1/10th the downstream. so, no it can't be.
[16:52] <brianx> at&t was delivering 0.5mbps upstream on a 20mbps downstream connection.
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[17:11] <Lartza> brianx, 480mbps is the theoretical limit of USB 2.0, theory is never true :P
[17:12] <Lartza> And the downstream limitation is partly on the protocols
[17:12] <brianx> theory and practice must match exactly for the data clock to function at all. the allowed error in the data clock is on the order of under 1%
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[17:13] <Lartza> Well yeah I'm not sayting the clock isn't running at 480mhz
[17:13] <brianx> bits are clocked at the specified rate. they have to be.
[17:13] <Lartza> But the data throughtput does not hit the 480mbps theoretical limit, even on a desktop PC
[17:14] <brianx> yes, the difference between bit clock and throughput is the protocol overhead.
[17:14] <stiv> brianx, DSL is really ADSL - asymmetric digital subscriber line, meaning the up & down rates are different
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[17:14] <larsks> Hey, microcenter is selling the pi zero w for $5 again (singly, in store only).
[17:15] <brianx> stiv: yes??
[17:15] <brianx> thanks larsks!
[17:15] <d0rm0us3> There is also a SDSL... synchronous but it's pricey
[17:16] <BurtyB> and you've got 10% of that reserved too on USB
[17:16] <brianx> sdsl is not offered here, but i can get hdsl. unfortunately it's only point to point and does not include internet service. and also runs about $100 a month for just the local loop.
[17:17] <Lartza> And well, docsis is asymmetric too
[17:17] <Lartza> Except 3.1 Full Duplex of course, but that's a new version from last year
[17:17] <brianx> and is only 1.5mbps. :-/ so hdsl is not very useful.
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[17:24] <brianx> in reality, comcr**p could deliver 25x25 using docsis 3.0, they'd just be using a much higher percentage of the available upstream on the local loop.
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[17:26] <brianx> their system does use all available local loop and then throttles in their router further upstream. at&t's system is more limited and really does clock slower on lower speed links. lets them make use of poor quality cables.
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[17:28] <brianx> that's actually a very nice feature of cable, lower latency even though it's shared medium.
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[17:44] <MacGeek> how low is it?
[17:45] <MacGeek> (cable doesn't exist here so I have never learned much about it)
[17:46] <akk> Anybody use something to cache imap mail locally? Are there options other than offlineimap and mailsync?
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[17:48] <brianx> MacGeek: i see 26ms round trip across an openvpn link of about 225 miles with a ping size of 20 bytes.
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[17:49] <MacGeek> I would say similar ping to my dsl then
[17:50] <brianx> it's about 1/4 the time of my dsl old connection and 1/3 the price.
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[17:52] <MacGeek> I just tried pinging the rpi website and 8.8.8.8 and I get respectively 27ms and 14ms
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[17:55] <brianx> MacGeek: i'm getting 11ms for both using 20 data bytes. jitter is high, some packets take 10ms and others 12ms
[17:56] <MacGeek> I was using the default 56 data bytes size, very low jitter in my case, 0.7ms for the rpi website and 0.3ms for 8.8.8.8
[17:56] <brianx> MacGeek: funny thing is that my higher speed link is 14ms. the 11ms is my lower speed cable connection that used to be an at&t link.
[17:57] <MacGeek> I guess that maybe in the US you only ever got basic ADSL? maybe ADSL2?
[17:57] <MacGeek> I'm on VDSL2
[17:57] <brianx> MacGeek: average was actually better using 56 bytes. gotta love jitter.
[17:58] <brianx> MacGeek: this was VDSL2. at&t was just a horrible provider.
[17:58] <MacGeek> I'm pretty happy with my line
[17:58] <MacGeek> I don't get maximum speed due to distance/crosstalk but it's plenty enough
[17:59] <MacGeek> the modem is currently synced at ~81Mbps downstream and 21.6Mbps upstream
[17:59] <MacGeek> (contract is up to 100 downstream and 20 upstream)
[17:59] <brianx> wow
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[18:01] <MacGeek> they also sell up to 200Mbps VDSL2, using the 35b profile
[18:01] <brianx> i could get the ~81Mbps down for only about $300 a month from at&t here. but the 21.6Mbps up wasn't offered at all.
[18:02] <mfa298> ADSL has a few modes it can run in, (at least over here) providers usually use the one that gives better performance but higher ping speeds. The alternative can drop ping times but might mean lower throughputs or more dropouts. For the majority of people stable and faster is better (ping speed doesn't impact most people)
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[18:04] <brianx> under around 50ms, i couldn't care less about ping speed. over around 6mbps down and 6mbps up, i'm pretty good with throughput. it's that 6mbps up that is hard to get here.
[18:04] <brianx> or expensive.
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[18:04] <MacGeek> this costs me €54 month and gives me up to 100/20 VDSL + landline with unlimited national calls + mobile line with 500 minutes + 2 GB/month + video on demand service subscription (netflix wannabe)
[18:05] <MacGeek> so about $63/month
[18:05] <Draylor> heh, are there still people who find 2GB 4g per month usable? :)
[18:05] <brianx> MacGeek: i'm in america. we're the 3rd world of the internet.
[18:05] <MacGeek> that is including tax, which is 22% over here
[18:06] <MacGeek> Draylor: never ever reached the limit... most of the time I'm under wifi
[18:07] <mfa298> brianx: same with half the UK. I live in a city and until recently the best I could get was 8/0.8 (I could now switch to cable which would be faster but £££ and loses half the features I use on ADSL)
[18:07] <brianx> i can get all of those but not over dsl. total for the 3 services would be around $500 a month.
[18:09] <brianx> mfa298: i'm not in some rural area though. i'm 3 blocks from the 0/0 address and 3 blocks from the central office. there is a bundle of fiber as big around as my arm going past my neighbor's house.
[18:10] <MacGeek> it's very possible that the reason why dsl is better over here is the fact that italy does not have any coax coverage
[18:11] <MacGeek> we've never had cable tv
[18:11] <MacGeek> and as a direct result no cable internet either
[18:11] <brianx> that would make sense.
[18:11] <MacGeek> so all we had to work with was the telephone network
[18:11] <MacGeek> they're laying proper fiber optic all over the place nowadays of course
[18:12] <MacGeek> I could technically get FTTH with gigabit speeds
[18:12] <MacGeek> but frankly I'm happy enough with this vdsl
[18:12] <mfa298> brianx: I'm in a city as well - but still really slow ADSL options and they only put cable in here a few months ago (there was old cable but that was really early analogue so didn't do internet)
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[18:14] <brianx> our problem in the us was created by the FCC. they didn't directly have the power to limit competition but they got assistance from the IRS. back in the 90s, the IRS reclassified routers and modems as office machines instead of computers. that included dslams. the difference is that computers are amortized over 3 years and typewriters are amortized over 7 years. the tax difference put most ISPs out
[18:14] <brianx> of business. then the FCC stopped enforcing the access requirements of the ILEC in the early 2000s which finished the job of eliminating competition.
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[18:25] <brianx> it was all done under the guise of "economic stability", the fed looked at the stock price of yahoo and the like then concluded it was unsustainable. they did every thing they could to crush the dot com bubble.
[18:25] <brianx> very misguided and we have no way to get out because the ISPs that remain have been using their oligopoly to pay for laws that keep the oligopoly. cities have tried and google is trying but nobody has made much of a dent.
[18:25] <MacGeek> I'm sure ajit pai will come to their rescue... oh wait.
[18:26] <brianx> ajit is such a good guy.
[18:29] <brianx> a lot of internet services are horribly wasteful of bandwidth and an effort to balance the costs makes some sense but eliminating the congressional broadband definition would be far more effective. give no incentive for the isp to spec insane speeds that they aren't delivering anyway.
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[18:32] <Khaytsus> I'd like to punch him in the coffee cup while he's drinking from it
[18:33] <brianx> he's just a puppet. a symptom of the real problem.
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[18:33] <Khaytsus> He certainly is a puppet. And a muppet.
[18:34] <brianx> find the person with his hand up his ****.
[18:34] <MacGeek> s/person/company/
[18:34] <MacGeek> s/company/comcast/
[18:34] <brianx> at&t has their role, as do the several other regional ISPs.
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[18:40] <Khaytsus> He is a shill, that's for sure. But that's a personal choice.
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[18:46] <brianx> no doubt
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[19:58] <Xeno^> Hello, I was here yesterday saying my pi wouldn't boot due to a dead SD card.
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[19:58] <Xeno^> I plugged the card into my linux box and ran fsck on it. It says the dirty bit is set on the boot partition and is offering to clear it. Is that a safe operation?
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[19:58] <Xeno^> I already dd'd both partitions to an image just in case.
[20:00] <Khaytsus> Xeno^: then sure, it's afe. You have backup
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[20:15] <bostonmacosx> HI all
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[20:30] <shauno> the dirty bit just means it wasn't unmounted cleanly last time it was mounted. it's fine - normal even - to clear that once the filesystem's been verified
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[20:31] <shauno> (it sets it as dirty when it's mounted, and unsets it when it's unmounted. so if fsck finds dirty there, it's either mounted somewhere, or it wasn't unmounted last time)
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[20:32] <Khaytsus> Pi's eat sd cards. It just happens; plan for it. Using a card made for a dashcam etc might help as they're designed for constant rewrites.
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[20:33] <Khaytsus> I just plan for disaster myself... I make an image once I'm done setting up a device.
[20:33] <Khaytsus> And (sometimes) document how I created the image so I can recreate it again. I'm bad about doing this afterwords and missing things.
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[20:37] <shauno> I've always maintained this is true of all disks. sdcards just do it on a different timescale
[20:37] <shauno> but in general, the only thing stopping a HDD dying right now, is that it's evil, and waiting until it thinks it'll hurt you the most
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[20:49] <Khaytsus> shauno: sure.. everything fails eventually. You have to plan for disaster in all things. How much planning depends on the criticality ;)
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[21:35] <bleb> hey hey i was wondering, is it possible to do wake-on-wireless-lan with a ras pi?
[21:35] <bleb> obviously you'd need some special hardware but does that exist?
[21:37] <Khaytsus> https://google.com/search?q=wol+raspberry+pi
[21:38] <Tenkawa> heheh
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[21:39] <Lartza> bleb, Just... leave it on?
[21:39] <Lartza> There is really no sensible special hardware to accomplish this afaik
[21:40] <Tenkawa> it uses next to no energy idle too
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[21:43] <bleb> Lartza: would it drain my car battery if left in the driveway for a week
[21:43] <ShorTie> yup.
[21:43] <bleb> thats what i thought
[21:44] <Lartza> Install a power switch then I guess :P
[21:44] <bleb> power switch?
[21:45] <Lartza> To boot it
[21:45] <Khaytsus> I have a pi in my car... it's accesory powered. Ideally I'd have a soft shutdown procedure, like a small battery or such. But for now I just don't let it write to the sdcard except the ont thing it's doing (track logging from gps)
[21:46] <Lartza> Soft shutdown and a power switch to boot
[21:46] <Khaytsus> I found a battery powered pi "ups" that could shut down on mains loss but I haven't gotten it yet
[21:46] <Lartza> Best you can get easily I'd say
[21:46] <bleb> i wanted to make a car radio that automatically downloads music and podcasts from my home server
[21:46] <bleb> it would be easy enough to make it "pull" music after it's powered on
[21:47] <bleb> but then i'd have to wait in my car for it to download new stuff each time
[21:47] <Lartza> Just a daemon start on boot yeah
[21:48] <Lartza> I just, don't know of a sensible way to boot the Pi remotely
[21:48] <Tenkawa> Lartza: without using a remote controllable device like a ups or plug that can be controlled remotely theres not much
[21:49] <bleb> i mean newer cars will beep in response to pressing a button on the fob
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[21:49] <Tenkawa> I think there are plug devices that have controllers to do that in them to do that now but they are a bit pricy
[21:49] <bleb> whatever hardware cars use to listen for that signal must not drain the battery too much
[21:50] <Lartza> bleb, Yes you could build your own RF circuitry that powers the Pi on a keyfob
[21:50] <Lartza> That would only then drain whatever little the microcontroller that handles the RF draws and what the Pi draws when it's "off"
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[21:51] <bleb> i wonder if that could be made to respond to wifi somehow
[21:52] <bleb> idk how WoWLAN works
[21:52] <Lartza> I don't see how that would work
[21:52] <bleb> but ideally i wouldn't have to build a separate transmitter for my home server to use
[21:52] <Lartza> And would draw power
[21:53] <LTCD> Hi. I used this command to image my raspberrypi's SD card: sudo dd if=/dev/sdb of=/home/boss/Desktop/SDPI bs=4M I used this command to put the image back onto the card: sudo dd if=/home/boss/Desktop/SDPI of=/dev/sdb bs=4M
[21:53] <Lartza> Basically on the Pi side, you'd always make sure to shutdown the Pi softly when leaving the car, then build a circuitry that resets the pi from the RUN reset pins
[21:53] <LTCD> Why does my Pi not boot? :-(
[21:53] <Lartza> From an RF signal
[21:54] <Khaytsus> LTCD: Same device?
[21:54] <Tenkawa> LTCD: I assume that was a shutdown card moved to a different machine?
[21:54] <Tenkawa> otherwise those filesystems are not clean
[21:54] <Tenkawa> and wont boot
[21:54] <bleb> Lartza: sounds complex
[21:54] <Tenkawa> until fsck'ed
[21:54] <Lartza> bleb, Well you'll always have to shutdown it cleanly :P
[21:55] <LTCD> Khaytsus: Yes same device and card. I formatted card and then used the command to put image back onto it.
[21:55] <Khaytsus> You can't just throw a card into a new pi... I tried putting a pi2 image into a pi zero w.. just didn't work.
[21:55] <Habbie> i only read 30%
[21:55] <LTCD> Tenkawa: What is a shutdown card?
[21:55] <Khaytsus> For example
[21:55] <Habbie> but why would the pi need to see the RF?
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[21:55] <Habbie> various power pins inside the car will respond to the RF 'open' and 'close'
[21:55] <LTCD> Khaytsus: No no it's the same exact device.
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[21:55] <Lartza> Habbie, The pi wouldn't, just some circuitry. And to boot it automatically
[21:55] <Habbie> right
[21:55] <Lartza> Habbie, Tenkawa wants wake on wlan
[21:55] <Khaytsus> LTCD: weird.. should just work I guess
[21:55] <Tenkawa> Khaytsus: no..
[21:55] <Habbie> oh wake on wlan
[21:55] <Lartza> But that's really not possible even with separate hardware really
[21:55] <Habbie> no, ok
[21:56] <Habbie> possible, perhaps, easy or feasible, maybe not
[21:56] <Lartza> USB can't do wake on wlan, and I can't think of a reasonable way to hook up a wlan thingy to GPIO boot
[21:56] <Tenkawa> I think we've crossed discussions here
[21:56] <bleb> Lartza: maybe the best way would be to have it stay awake after the car is parked, and download stuff then. then if i really wanted to listen to something recently downloaded i could wait for it to sync. otherwise it would sync after returning home
[21:56] <Habbie> Lartza, i can think of a reasonable way with something like an esp8266 but then the esp8266 is drawing power all the time
[21:56] <Lartza> Not Tenkawa
[21:56] <bleb> then you wouldn't need this RF business
[21:56] <Lartza> Damn it
[21:56] <Tenkawa> LTCD: ok.... to you...
[21:57] <Tenkawa> not Lartza
[21:57] <Habbie> meanwhile i still don't have a pi in the car because i haven't figured out the shutdown issue yet either
[21:57] <Habbie> even if i do have a few ideas for it
[21:57] <Lartza> Soft shutdown manually is a bit of a pita yeah
[21:57] <Khaytsus> https://www.modmypi.com/raspberry-pi/power-1051/ups-boards-1051/ups-pico
[21:57] <Habbie> one underlying question is whether i should keep a usb battery pack in a car that might be parked in the sun
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[21:57] <Khaytsus> there's many pi UPS's out there
[21:57] <Tenkawa> LTCD: problem is you need to either clone that card from another machine
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[21:58] <Tenkawa> ltcd: or use a windows machine and make sure it can read the /boot (1st partition)
[21:58] <Khaytsus> I personally want a PI UPS that uses a non-lithium battery... I don't need to run long, just a buffer to let it shut down
[21:59] <LTCD> Khaytsus: Maybe because the keyboard isn't plugged in?
[21:59] <Lartza> Isn't the problem with that that lithiums are exactly the best for buffering?
[21:59] <Tenkawa> a live system is not in a state where the data is stable to copy with dd
[21:59] <Lartza> Since no need for discharge cycles and full recharges
[21:59] <Tenkawa> I do know one way you can test it though
[21:59] <LTCD> Tenkawa: Before I format the SD I used DD on Linux Mint. I used the SD card for sharing some pictures. Today I format it, and then used DD to put image back onto SD.
[22:00] <Khaytsus> Lartza: wat? No. Lithium batteries in a hot or cold car is bad.
[22:00] <Lartza> Well that yes, but the use case otherwise is right
[22:00] <LTCD> Tenkawa: It wasn't a live system when I did DD. The pi was off, I put the card into my laptop...
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[22:00] <Tenkawa> LTCD: ahhh
[22:01] <Tenkawa> thats what I was trying to find out
[22:01] <Tenkawa> I thought you said it wasnt.. my bad
[22:01] <Tenkawa> ok that helps
[22:01] <LTCD> I put the pi into my Mint Linux laptop and used the first command. I format SD, put pictures onto it for a friend. Today I format SD and used the second command I posted earlier.
[22:01] <Lartza> bleb, Well I guess yeah, to not have RF you'd need a wifi chip like Habbie suggested, that would then draw power continously and boot up the Pi on some signal
[22:01] <Khaytsus> Lartza: The entire use case is in a car. So.
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[22:02] <Lartza> Khaytsus, But you're using it electrically right, nimh for instance should be fully discharged between charges
[22:02] <Tenkawa> give me the "exact" dd commands you used to extract and put it back on the sd card again
[22:02] <Lartza> Or you're going to wreck the battery quite faster than a lithium one
[22:02] <Khaytsus> Lartza: Thank you for your input, Cap'n Obvious
[22:03] <Lartza> No problem
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[22:05] <LTCD> Tenkawa Hi. I used this command to image my raspberrypi's SD card: sudo dd if=/dev/sdb of=/home/boss/Desktop/SDPI bs=4M I used this command to put the image back onto the card: sudo dd if=/home/boss/Desktop/SDPI of=/dev/sdb bs=4M
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[22:05] <LTCD> Tenkawa: I used USB Stick Formatter in between.
[22:05] <Lartza> Khaytsus, I'm not sure if realistically anything will happen at car temperatures
[22:05] <Tenkawa> you shouldnt need the formatting
[22:05] <Lartza> Or if any other battery is any better
[22:06] <Habbie> LTCD, formatting should not be necessary but should also not be a problem
[22:06] <Khaytsus> Of course it will.. I've replaced many swollen liion batteries in devices over the years from sitting in the car
[22:06] <Khaytsus> car nav, bluetooth gps, etc
[22:06] <Tenkawa> LTCD: ok this was on a linux box right?
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[22:06] <Lartza> Khaytsus, And zero nickel ones?
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[22:06] <Khaytsus> a nimh would be just fine
[22:07] <Khaytsus> Hell an alkaline would be just fine. It's literally a BUFFER. Powers out, send shutdown command.
[22:07] <Lartza> afaict, nimh has worse temperature ranges than li-ion
[22:08] <Tenkawa> lets try a test... We'll try to loop mount that dd image to see if its actually whole..
[22:08] <Tenkawa> LTCD: let me get the syntax for you
[22:09] <Lartza> But man, batteries really aren't meant for extreme temperatures :P
[22:09] <Lartza> Or so it seems ;)
[22:09] <LTCD> Tenkawa: I format it because I wanted to use it for pictures, after I format it again before I used the DD command to put the image back onto it.
[22:09] <Khaytsus> Lartza: Not worried about cold. Worried about the battery catching on fire. Are you obtuse?
[22:09] <LTCD> Tenkawa: Yes Mint.
[22:09] <Lartza> Khaytsus, Eh?
[22:10] <Tenkawa> let me know when you are ready
[22:10] <Lartza> Who said anything about cold
[22:10] <LTCD> Tenkawa: Me? I'm always ready.
[22:10] <Lartza> Maybe look into the mirror
[22:10] <Tenkawa> losetup -P /dev/loop0 /home/boss/Desktop/SDPI
[22:10] <Habbie> Khaytsus, Lartza, please try to stay civil
[22:10] <Tenkawa> add sudo on front
[22:10] <Lartza> Always
[22:10] <LTCD> Tenkawa: Why loop 0?
[22:11] <Tenkawa> loop device 0
[22:11] <Tenkawa> i want it explicitly 0 if possible
[22:11] <Tenkawa> if 0 is taken we'll pick another
[22:11] <Tenkawa> then
[22:11] <LTCD> Tenkawa: What is loop device 0? I don't want to format my laptop's HDD!
[22:12] <Tenkawa> ok heres 2 things to do. add -r
[22:12] <Tenkawa> and do losetup -h first
[22:12] <Tenkawa> and read
[22:13] <Tenkawa> once you've read losetup -h then ask
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[22:14] <Tenkawa> I definitely understand your concern.. I however want you to learn this information
[22:14] <LTCD> Tenkawa: Can you message me privately sorry?
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[22:14] <LTCD> I'm dyslexic and it's a pain reading on IRC.
[22:14] <Tenkawa> sure
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[22:24] <Encrypt> Hi reedRPPP :)
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