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IRC Log for 2018-10-27

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[5:13] <cstk421> anyone ever see an enclosure that has openings that accept Keystones ? i.e rj45 etc style keystons to click into the box ?
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[5:13] <cstk421> basically looking for a small 4 port enclosure to accept 4 rj45 keystones
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[6:00] <friendofafriend> cstk421: https://www.amazon.com/Port-Keystone-Surface-Mount-White/dp/B005D52X34
[6:01] <friendofafriend> This one is maybe a little sleeker. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0076AZCA0/
[6:02] <cstk421> thx have that one. to small and not made as a project box
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[6:04] <friendofafriend> cstk421: Grab a project box of the correct size, and use a wall plate? https://www.amazon.com/Leviton-41080-4WP-QuickPort-Wallplate-Single/dp/B0002V85MW
[6:05] <cstk421> tried that too lol very ugly solution
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[6:15] <friendofafriend> Have you thought about using a larger surface mount box, say, six ports? https://www.amazon.com/dp/B003ATQF8O
[6:15] <friendofafriend> And then populating the empty spots with blank inserts? https://www.amazon.com/Shaxon-BM303WIN-10-B-Keystone-Blank-Insert/dp/B006IKH0EA
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[6:20] <cstk421> i have not actually. Not a bad idea. But you can see what im asking for doesnt exist strangely and would be much cleaner of a product if it did.
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[6:28] <friendofafriend> Well, you'll surely find an elegant solution with enough looking around. I was recently admiring this Raspberry Pi cluster enclosure. https://www.rs-online.com/designspark/a-pi-powered-plan-9-cluster
[6:29] <cstk421> that is a cool one
[6:29] <cstk421> i prob will end up paying a company to make me a custom one. just not until i need 20-30 of them
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[6:32] <friendofafriend> There's likely several models on Thingiverse that can be adapted or combined for your needs. Many libraries have 3D printers, so easy prototyping is very much in the amateur's reach. What a world!
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[6:36] <gunni> hey, is there a way to make a gps hat not send NMEA lines over serial during bios/bootloader because it trips the "press any key to stop booting" (u-boot, fedora 28)
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[6:47] <friendofafriend> Couldn't you just disable serial console, gunni?
[6:49] <gunni> friendofafriend, probably, but i need the NMEA lines from the gps, so, how do i tell the PI to not accept serial input to console (including before OS load)
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[6:51] <friendofafriend> You may have to rebuild uboot, but some information about patching it to disable stopping boot with a keypress can be found here. https://stackoverflow.com/questions/34356844/how-to-disable-serial-consolenon-kernel-in-u-boot
[6:53] <shbrngdo> gunni - can you put a power controller on your GPS so that it's powered off until a GPIO pin is set to high? Series PMOS device should do it [with a couple of bypass caps]
[6:53] <shbrngdo> actually in that case you'd set the GPIO to a low state - so you'd need a pullup resistor - but yeah
[6:53] <gunni> friendofafriend, oh that doesn't sound fun, ugh
[6:54] <shbrngdo> just make it so that after you boot up, you set "that pin" as an output with a low state. That powers up the GPS.
[6:54] <gunni> shbrngdo, maybe, but that sounds a lot more complex than i'd like
[6:54] <shbrngdo> 4 extra parts - one PMOS device, one resistor, one capacitor upstream of the PMOS, one downstream of it (1uF each should do it)
[6:54] <shbrngdo> assuming it's on the 3.3v bus
[6:55] <shbrngdo> the resistor goes from 3.3v to the gate, and then you drive it low with the RPi to energize the GPS. done that, but different uC
[6:55] <shbrngdo> capacitors should be ceramics
[6:56] <shbrngdo> there are a ton of SOT-23 PMOS devices that would work
[6:57] <shbrngdo> in any case, it would solve the serial on boot problem
[6:59] <shbrngdo> another method would involve a logic gate on the 'read' pin [from the RPi perspective]. basically disconnect all input, hold the pin level high, until you boot up, use a GPIO to control it
[6:59] <shbrngdo> serial has to remain high on input because otherwise it might be interpreted as a "break"
[7:00] <shbrngdo> (pretty sure that's right)
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[7:00] <gunni> this is the hat i'm using, power input seems to be from the 3v line
[7:00] <gunni> https://learn.adafruit.com/adafruit-ultimate-gps-hat-for-raspberry-pi/pinouts
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[7:05] <shbrngdo> hmmm... you'd think a hat would be designed to handle powerup properly
[7:05] <friendofafriend> Making one of those Stratum-1 GPS w/PPS NTP servers?
[7:06] <shbrngdo> well I'd say "follow their examples" first, before you do anything else.
[7:06] <gunni> friendofafriend, yes
[7:06] <gunni> shbrngdo, yeah i did, i just dislike the bloatynes of noobs, but it worked
[7:07] <shbrngdo> ok - next you modify your own side as needed. not sure why they'd use noobs instead of Raspbian though
[7:08] <gunni> i prefer fedora myself
[7:08] <gunni> it's just u-boot that's permitting serial input and hardcoded in code ffs
[7:09] <friendofafriend> Right, and you can sort of lobotomize that function away with a rebuild.
[7:11] <gunni> yeah ofcourse, i just wanted it to be as simple as possible, and then make an ansible role to build the whole thing, might just switch to a network boot method though
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[7:16] <friendofafriend> I haven't worked much with uboot on the Raspi, but it's rather common on SOHO routers and such.
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[7:41] <iodev> pi@raspberrypi:~ $ /opt/vc/bin/vcgencmd measure_temp
[7:41] <iodev> temp=53.7'C
[7:41] <iodev> I think this is wrong
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[8:38] * Necktwi rocking Gentoo on RPi3B
[8:39] <Necktwi> Will RPi get a usb-c so that power and data will be on single wire?
[8:40] <mlelstv> ever opened a usb cable? :)
[8:40] <Necktwi> it will be foolish to ask for micro usb in the age of usb-c
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[8:44] <mlelstv> not yet
[8:47] <Necktwi> my rpi1 won't boot any suggested hardware breakdowns?
[8:48] * mlelstv cannot parse that sentence
[8:48] <Necktwi> any known hardware issues?
[8:48] <Lartza> How would we know :P
[8:49] <Lartza> The sdcard or sdcard socket are the likeliest unless you shorted or used wrong voltages
[8:49] <Lartza> Like the sdcard itself is more likely to be faulty than the pi
[8:49] <mlelstv> the biggest problem with rpi1 is that they switch to usb-c^Wdifferent GPIO pinout
[8:49] <mlelstv> switched
[8:49] <Lartza> https://elinux.org/R-Pi_Troubleshooting
[8:50] <Necktwi> already gone through that link
[8:51] <mlelstv> replace it with a rpi2
[8:51] <Necktwi> how to confirm its faulty sdcard slot rather faulty rpi?
[8:52] <Lartza> Oh the rpi1 has a full size card though hasn't it
[8:52] <Lartza> It's usually bent pins
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[8:52] <Lartza> What happens to the pi? Red power led on green never lights?
[8:52] <Necktwi> i see pins are good
[8:52] <Lartza> And no display out?
[8:53] <Necktwi> no display out
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[8:53] <Necktwi> only red led lights and stays
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[8:54] <mlelstv> ever tried another sd card or another rpi1 ?
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[8:55] <Necktwi> my rpi3b works fine with the same sd card and sd card holder works fine with my laptop
[8:56] <mlelstv> the rpi3b uses a micro sd card.
[8:56] <mlelstv> how do you use a sd card with it?
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[8:57] <Necktwi> i mean micro sd
[8:58] <mlelstv> ah, and you use a holder with the rpi1?
[8:58] <mlelstv> hmm
[8:58] <Necktwi> yeah
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[9:02] <mlelstv> if a monitor stays dark, there isn't much to diagnose.
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[9:04] <Necktwi> may b i should sniff on serial port
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[9:05] <mlelstv> if it cannot read from sd card, there is nothing that would talk to you on the serial port
[9:05] <mlelstv> but if it can read from sd card, it should also show something on the monitor, at least the rainbow screen.
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[9:06] <Necktwi> i don't think rpi1 shows a rainbow
[9:06] <mlelstv> it does
[9:07] <mlelstv> I guess you already checked the voltages on the gpio ?
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[9:13] <Necktwi> no i haven't
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[9:19] <Necktwi> just now i noticed that a fresh install os gentoo on sd card made act light blink once
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[9:23] <Necktwi> does lates raspbian work on rpi 1 b?
[9:27] <ShorTie> should
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[9:43] <Necktwi> after couple of attempts reconnecting the pi i see a rainbow
[9:44] <Necktwi> with act on
[9:44] <Necktwi> and then after few seconds rainbow and act are off and black screen follows
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[10:13] <mlelstv> what is "reconnecting" ?
[10:13] <mlelstv> USB power?
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[10:16] <lightblue> hi, I was trying to run pcsxr on the latest version of raspbian on a pi3 model, it was just too slow to run any of the games. I wonder if it's because that pi3 is just not powerful enough for playstation emulation or my setting for the pcsxr are wrong.
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[10:17] <lightblue> while pcsxr was running, cpu usage was 90%.
[10:18] <mfa298> mlelstv: the rainbow screen needs bootcode.bin loading from the SD
[10:19] <mlelstv> mfa298, I know.
[10:20] <mfa298> Necktwi: not all distributions work on the Pi1 (or Zero), raspbian is one of the few where there's a single distribution for all devices.
[10:22] <mfa298> mlelstv: sorry, reading your earlier comment I thought you were suggesting it would show the rainbow without an SD. that might be down to lck of caffeine
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[10:31] <mlelstv> we all lack caffeine :)
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[11:07] <aiju> is there a SD card image for netbooting a pi3b somewhere?
[11:07] <aiju> i know it has an internal bootloader but it's buggy and refuses to work with my network configuration
[11:09] <clever> aiju: i believe you need just a bootcode.bin and nothing else to patch the buggy firmware, and make it netboot
[11:09] <clever> not even a config.txt should be on the card
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[12:07] <aiju> clever: now it sends dhcp requests at least but still ignores the reply
[12:07] <clever> aiju: the reply has to contain some specialized fields
[12:08] <clever> aiju: https://www.raspberrypi.org/documentation/hardware/raspberrypi/bootmodes/net.md
[12:08] <clever> aiju: what dhcp server config are you using?
[12:08] <aiju> yeah i just remembered that it needs some stupid option
[12:09] <clever> aiju: https://github.com/cleverca22/nixos-configs/blob/master/router.nat.nix#L132-L148
[12:09] <clever> thats how my router is configured
[12:09] <clever> only lines 132 and 147 are rpi related
[12:14] <aiju> i just had to hack that into the dhcp server here since i don't think it supports adding arbitrary options
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[12:21] <aiju> now it actually works!
[12:21] <aiju> nice, thanks
[12:22] <aiju> annoyingly it removes leading slashes from tftp paths
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[12:50] <mfa298> aiju: for added confusion, I think the pi netboot only does the discover/offer part and doesn't continue onto doing a request and getting an ack
[12:50] <aiju> yeah, it's all very bizarre
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[12:51] <clever> mfa298: it also ignores the next-server field that says where the tftp server is
[12:51] <clever> and i think it ignores the filename field as well
[12:51] <mfa298> clever: if that's feeding the ISC dhcpd you don't need to define the rpiboot option - it's option vendor-encapsulated-options
[12:52] <aiju> although i just noticed my own boot code for zynq only does discover/offer as well
[12:52] <mfa298> it uses tftp-server-name(string) instead of next server(ipaddress)
[12:53] <clever> mfa298: ah
[12:53] <clever> mfa298: it would help a lot if the foundation open-sourced bootcode.bin at a minimum
[12:53] <mfa298> more annoyingly I think the PXEClient string it provides sets the ARCH flag as x86
[12:53] <clever> /nix/store/qi17hxjzw5ms0b8cqbf1k1bv6dxiklyb-dhcp-4.4.1/bin/dhcpd is the exact binary i'm using for my LAN
[12:53] <clever> isc-dhcpd-4.4.1
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[12:55] <aiju> sys=rpi ether=b827ebe50d84 dom=rpi.9front bootf=/arm/9pi2 ip=192.168.122.7
[12:55] <aiju> my dhcp config :)
[12:55] <mfa298> this is a snippet of my config for dhcp https://gist.github.com/m1ari/ac342d2ef774b09e6c0438372a02f0f2
[12:55] <aiju> of course it ignores the boot file.
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[13:01] <clever> aiju: i often tcpdump the tftp traffic, to confirm what file its opening
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[14:05] <ExeciN> hey people. I'm having some trouble with gpiozero. The green LED is only lit for a split second while the lock is open for a full second. https://gist.github.com/nicexe/d639ed6a9f33f4b8b0afd9021b37dd5e what am I doing wrong?
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[14:09] <qomiter> sleep(1000)
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[14:12] <qomiter> You have lock as open
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[14:20] <qomiter> import time
[14:20] <qomiter>
[14:20] <qomiter> # Wait for 5 seconds
[14:20] <qomiter> time.sleep(5)
[14:20] <qomiter>
[14:20] <qomiter> # Wait for 300 milliseconds
[14:20] <qomiter> # .3 can also be used
[14:20] <qomiter> time.sleep(.300)
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[14:41] <ExeciN> I found the cause
[14:42] <ExeciN> the lock was sinking all the current
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[14:46] <qomiter> ok cool, im a retard so I had no idea I was throwing random shit out there
[14:48] <RoyK> !pastebin
[14:48] <RoyK> nah - no bot - but, qomiter, try using http://paste.debian.net/ next time
[14:49] <qomiter> sorry
[14:49] <qomiter> I'm a fool, I'm a dummy man
[14:49] <RoyK> no problem - just learn as you go ;)
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[15:13] <iodev> RoyK: what is wrong with pastebin?
[15:15] <larsks> iodev: tons of advertising, for one. The pastebins run by open source projects (fedora, debian) are typically less ad-encumbered.
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[15:17] <RoyK> iodev: pastebin dot com is something you learn to avoid after trying the open ones, as larsks says ;)
[15:18] <larsks> My favorite is termbin: nc termbin.com 9999 < /path/to/my/code.txt
[15:19] <RoyK> well, we all have our favourites ;)
[15:24] <iodev> larsks: :D
[15:24] <iodev> that is the simplestever
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[15:24] <iodev> RoyK: I don't see any ads #ublock_origin_on_max
[15:24] <iodev> No ad is acceptable for me
[15:24] <RoyK> or just 'pastebinit /path/to/my/code.txt'
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[15:25] <iodev> but, the nc termbin.com 9999 is sooooo simple ... thanks larsks
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[15:25] <larsks> np!
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[15:26] <iodev> oh and it has no menu, nothing just raw text!!!!
[15:26] <iodev> GREAT!
[15:26] <RoyK> :)
[15:26] <iodev> :-)
[15:27] <BurtyB> iodev, so do you pay directly to the site or just freeload?
[15:28] <larsks> iodev: ...if it wasn't clear, he is referring to your use of an ad blocker.
[15:28] <larsks> Which I use as well, but I have no strong feelings on that point.
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[15:44] <RoyK> would be nice if the next rpi had support for station *and* ap on the wifi chip - sometimes - with some hotels etc, you need to pay fees for using their wifi, so I resorted to using an ESP8266 as a small router - not very fast, but it can handle around 7Mbps, which is ok - a pi can handle a lot more, but then you'll need another wifi adapter
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[15:54] <BurtyB> RoyK, the wifi on the pi can do ap+client if that's what you mean?
[15:54] <larsks> At the same time?
[15:54] <RoyK> no
[15:55] <RoyK> it can do either, not both
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[15:56] <RoyK> but https://github.com/martin-ger/esp_wifi_repeater works well on esp8266 :)
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[15:58] <RoyK> the only issue with the esp8266, was I couldn't find a handy case for it, but then, some work in openscad and the the print looks ok
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[16:07] <Lorduncan> I know is not the place to ask this but is too much generic to ask in a specific channel.
[16:07] <Lorduncan> I have 2 micro SD cards that are impossible to delete/format. I tried everything: "Eraser", "Hard disk low level format tool", "Sd Card Formater", "Win32DiskImager" .... absolutely any of them give me no error, they say everything is ok, but i return to the file explorer and is still everithing there... Any idea?
[16:09] <Khaytsus> Throw them away?
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[16:09] <Lorduncan> Khaytsus: hahaaha
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[16:12] <RoyK> Lorduncan: if you have access to a linux machine, or a mac, I'd try to dd if=/dev/zero of=/dev/that-sd-card bs=1M to totally erase them
[16:12] <Lorduncan> i will try to do it on my raspberry with a external card reader
[16:13] <Lorduncan> RoyK: thanks for the idea
[16:13] <RoyK> some SD cards enable read-only-mode if they find they have too much bad sectors - I don't know about those tools you're using, but I'm quite confident you'll get more info on this on a linux machine
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[16:16] <RoyK> Lorduncan: if it's a newish linux distro, you may want to add "status=progress" to that dd commnd to see how fast or slow it's running, and perhaps oflag=direct to make it write directly to the device instead of going through the system buffer
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[16:18] <jigubigule> hello guys! I am looking to make an audio input based program. Does the RPi support audio inputs?
[16:18] <jigubigule> It could be done via some USB microphone or so
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[16:19] <mlelstv> there are also hats with audio input.
[16:19] <jigubigule> I guess they're more expensive than a simple USB mic
[16:19] <jigubigule> would it recognize the mic btw?
[16:21] <RoyK> it's just ALSA - should work
[16:22] <jigubigule> alright! I am making a home lighting system, based on audio input (claps or whatever) :)
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[16:26] <RoyK> keep in mind that the latency on usb audio can be rather high
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[16:31] <jigubigule> that doesn't matter for my application so much :)
[16:31] <jigubigule> Thanks guys!
[16:36] <iodev> BurtyB: should I pay?
[16:37] <iodev> regarding youtubers, let them receive sponsorships from companies to promote their products in-video
[16:37] <iodev> it
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[16:38] <iodev> is not my problem. Nothing should interrupt my viewing experience, just embed the ad into what I want to watch
[16:39] <iodev> plus, even if I were to allow the ads, I never click on them (malware-fear), and I don't look at them!
[16:39] <iodev> (I don't need more useless stuff)
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[17:55] <bindi> uh oh..
[17:55] <bindi> https://hastebin.com/alatinevek.sql
[17:55] <bindi> did my memory card die or what? :D
[17:55] <bindi> https://hastebin.com/hefenuroni.rb
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[18:03] <Habbie> bindi, what does dmesg say?
[18:04] <bindi> same thing as any other command
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[18:07] <Habbie> ah
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[18:07] <bindi> its ded :P
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[18:11] <BurtyB> RoyK, yes it can do both at the same time
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[18:28] <RoyK> BurtyB: how?
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[19:05] <BurtyB> RoyK, plenty of guides out there
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[19:30] <zleap> hi, just upgraded pi from jessie to strech, i can't seem to find the wireless network tool on the panel or the menu system.
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[19:38] <yang> Would migration/copying from RPI A 256MB -> RPI 3B+ work by just copying the SD card ?
[19:39] <Habbie> yang, depends on how you copy it
[19:39] <yang> How would I need to copy it?
[19:39] <Habbie> yang, i guess the current card is not a micro?
[19:39] <yang> the current is
[19:39] <Habbie> oh
[19:39] <yang> not micro
[19:39] <Habbie> ok
[19:39] <yang> standard
[19:39] <Habbie> anyway, use a disk imager
[19:40] <yang> But would kernel and all work and sync in 3B+ ?
[19:40] <Habbie> if your raspbian is up to date, yes
[19:40] <yang> wow
[19:40] <yang> Any instructions on how to copy it properly ?
[19:40] <yang> manual
[19:40] <Habbie> what OS?
[19:40] <yang> raspbian stretch
[19:40] <Habbie> i mean
[19:41] <yang> linux
[19:41] <Habbie> what OS will you be using to do the copying?
[19:45] <yang> workstation is llinux
[19:45] <Habbie> then use dd
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[19:46] <yang> could you point me to a manual pleaase ?
[19:46] <Habbie> no, sorry
[19:46] <Habbie> but if you find one, i'm happy to check it for you
[19:47] <yang> And are there things to change when inserted on the new SD card into RPI 3B+ *
[19:47] <Habbie> not if it was up to date before you copied it
[19:47] <yang> ok, thanks
[19:47] <RoyK> dd if=/dev/somecard of=/dev/newcard bs=1M
[19:49] <yang> Habbie: https://elinux.org/Transfer_system_disk_from_SD_card_to_hard_disk
[19:50] <Habbie> yang, no, that's something else..
[19:50] <yang> I meanj I need to copy the SD card to HDD and from HDD to a new SD card, because I have only 1 SD card reader
[19:50] <Habbie> yes
[19:51] <Habbie> roughly, dd if=/dev/sdcard of=myimage bs=1M, then, dd if=myimage of=/dev/sdcard bs=1M
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[19:51] <yang> ok
[19:55] <yang> Out of curiosity, how come that such migration is being compatible at all ?
[19:56] <Habbie> because raspbian carefully maintains compatibility over all pi models
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[19:56] <yang> Aren't these CPU's different platforms
[19:56] <Habbie> some other OSes don't
[19:56] <Habbie> ls /boot/*.img
[19:56] <Habbie> you will see two kernels
[19:56] <Habbie> together they cover the range
[19:56] <yang> that is great
[19:59] <yang> if i copy partitions from 16GB card to 64GB one, I would probably need to resize partitions later ?
[19:59] <Habbie> yes, but that's easy
[19:59] <Habbie> the other direction is harder :)
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[20:02] <yang> right
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[20:04] <mlelstv> just use small bits
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[20:06] <zleap> not sure what has happened to my pi, i have been out the room for a while and the screen is blank, it is't the screen saver as if I touch the keyboard nothing happens
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[20:06] <zleap> it should come back up on the screen, I have 1 x red light on
[20:07] <zleap> i also have 1 orange and 1 green network light (near the network interface port)
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[20:10] <zleap> if anyone can help i am able to ssh in to the pi from my desktop
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[20:21] <gordonDrogon> zleap, just reboot it if you can ssh in ..
[20:23] <zleap> that does work
[20:23] <zleap> i was just wondering if there was a commmand or something i can type in to work out what may have happened
[20:25] <gordonDrogon> well, dmesg before the reboot ..
[20:25] <zleap> k
[20:25] <zleap> if it happens again I will try that, thanks
[20:25] <zleap> i am trying to get the pi to stay connected to the wifi at present
[20:25] <gordonDrogon> but X stuff might not be logged there...
[20:25] <zleap> good point
[20:26] <zleap> i am not sure if the issue is X though
[20:26] <gordonDrogon> does it disconnect from wi-fi ?
[20:26] <zleap> this is a different issue
[20:26] <gordonDrogon> ok
[20:26] <zleap> i installed wicd-gtk
[20:26] <akk> It could even be something like USB failing, so the screen is blanked and it doesn't see the keyboard/mouse to wake up.
[20:26] <zleap> i have entered the correct credentials, and it connects then the icon on the panel seems to say not connected
[20:27] <gordonDrogon> I've no idea how wicd might interact with the standard Pi desktop network mangler thing.
[20:27] <zleap> i upgraded from jessie to stretch the network tool vanished from the panel and from any menus
[20:28] <zleap> but if you suggest their software mangles networking i agree
[20:28] <gordonDrogon> I do have Pi (zero-w)s that stay connected to my wi-fi for as long as they have power. Longest is currently only 19 days though.
[20:28] <zleap> ah ok
[20:28] <yang> Habbie: dd if=/home/yang/ddrpi of=/dev/sdb bs=1M gives me some blk_update_request: I/O error, dev sdb, sector 149040
[20:28] <gordonDrogon> however that's my oven controller, no gui, actually, it's an A+ not a zero, however ...
[20:29] <yang> it's copying only 1GB and the "ddrpi" is 16GB
[20:30] <gordonDrogon> I've no idea about stretch. only one Pi running that and that's not been turned on for some months now.
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[20:30] <zleap> i have 1 pi zero
[20:32] <zleap> i will try rebooting the pi and see if that fixes anythign it usually seems to fix things
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[20:34] <zleap> hm, connecte d to wired network, despite the fact there is no actual network cable attached
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[20:40] <yang> Habbie: probably corrupted (new) SD card...
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[20:52] <yang> Habbie: worked with another card
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[21:13] <zleap> so what is the wifi / network configuration tool called,? it is meant to run on start up but this is an upgrade from deb 8->9, so it must run something for new users
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[21:27] <Brian1001> hi everyone
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[21:28] <Brian1001> i was looking for a new NAS solution and i noticed that the Raspberry PI3 didnt had USB3. maybe an offtopic question but does someone here has experience with a small cheap mini PC which has a S-ATA connector or USB3?
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[21:40] <gordonDrogon> Just get an HP microserver.
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[21:42] <sc4nd4l> Hi! I have two pi's. Two are hosting webservers. They both have their own static local IP. I'm trying to get the second one connected to access remotely. The first run is running on port 80. How can I make this work? Using nginx on the second one.
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[21:56] <sc4nd4l> Hi! I have two pi's. Two are hosting webservers. They both have their own static local IP. I'm trying to get the second one connected to access remotely. The first run is running on port 80. How can I make this work? Using nginx on the second one.
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