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IRC Log for 2018-11-04

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[0:03] <friendofafriend> I use OpenWRT when I need my Pi to be a router. https://downloads.openwrt.org/releases/18.06.1/targets/brcm2708/
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[0:09] <widp> BurtyB: it's due to a lot of things, I only have one ethernet cable, and I've learnt configuring that stuff is hard (to me anyway).
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[0:10] <widp> friendofafriend: I had heard about openwrt before, How easy is it to setup ?
[0:10] <friendofafriend> widp: OpenWRT has a nice web interface, just like a router you would buy from the store.
[0:10] <widp> oh, great!
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[0:27] <BCMM> widp: setup as in install, or as in configure?
[0:27] <widp> Both
[0:28] <BCMM> because the ease of the actual installation varies tremendously with different hardware
[0:28] <widp> I have a RPI 3 b +
[0:28] <BCMM> oh, we're talking about the raspberry pi. didn't see what channel i'm in, lol
[0:28] <BCMM> yeah it's pretty easy
[0:29] <BCMM> the web interface has a lot of options, because it can do a lot more than commercial home router firmware can
[0:29] <BCMM> but it's well laid-out
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[0:30] <widp> Could you point me to a download of openwrt that would work well with rpi 3 b+ ?
[0:31] <widp> Something which I could write onto my RPI microsd card?
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[0:35] <friendofafriend> widp: Yup, check here. https://downloads.openwrt.org/releases/18.06.1/targets/brcm2708/bcm2710/
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[0:37] <widp> Thanks friendofafriend , just the first file should do , right?
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[0:41] <friendofafriend> Yes, first file. You'll gunzip it and dd it over to your SD card.
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[0:53] <widp> Once installed, it should turn up as an access point to which I could connect to without any config, right
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[0:59] <DrunkenDwarf> Hi all. im still trying to get my head around networking in stretch :( I'm setting a static IP for wlan0 in /etc/dhcpcd.conf and after reboot, wlan0 is still not its static IP and is connected to my home wifi (which the other adapter is connected to)
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[1:02] <stiv> sounds like it's doing the dhcp thing
[1:03] <ShorTie> wlan0 is suppose to be on a different network ??
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[1:05] <DrunkenDwarf> What I'm trying to do, is connect to the network with the other adapter (wlx28f.......) and using hostapd broadcast a wifi network with wlan0. .. not connected to the other network
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[1:08] <DrunkenDwarf> stiv, I was under the impression that when you set a static ip in /etc/dhcpcd.conf it wouldn't do dhcp
[1:10] <stiv> that is the general idea, but it sounds like dhcp setup is still being run for that interface
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[1:12] <DrunkenDwarf> hmmmm. back in a sec. need to reboot the pi
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[1:30] <friendofafriend> widp: No, the AP is disabled by default.
[1:31] <friendofafriend> widp: OpenWRT will run a DHCP server, you connect your PC to it by an ethernet cable and browse to 192.168.1.1 .
[1:32] <friendofafriend> After login, it's "Network" -> "Wireless", and then click the "Enable" button by your wireless interface.
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[1:33] <widp__> so everything works now, I didn't use openwrt.
[1:33] <widp__> but the only problem is I can't ssh into my rpi(which is running as an access point)
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[1:36] <widp__> "ip r" tells me that the rpi ip is most likely 10.3.29.1
[1:36] <widp__> but trying to ssh into that address gives me nothing.
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[1:39] <ferdinand> try going to http://10.3.29.1
[1:40] <widp__> nothing happens
[1:40] <widp__> "ping 10.3.29.1" gives me a response
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[1:46] <widp__> but ssh doesn't
[1:46] <ferdinand> Oh I see, not using openwrt, so this is raspbian?
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[1:50] <widp__> yes
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[1:51] <widp__> brb
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[1:53] <ferdinand> To enable sshd on a headless pi, you need a file called ssh in the boot partition
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[1:55] <widp> hello
[1:55] <widp> yeah, so my problem persists.
[1:55] <ferdinand> To enable sshd on a headless pi, you need a file called ssh in the boot partition
[1:55] <widp> I just did that.
[1:56] <widp> yeah, so my problem persists. I have ssh'd into this rpi before it was an access point.
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[2:01] <ferdinand> I wonder whether sshd might only be listening on the wired network.
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[2:10] <widp> how could I check that/
[2:10] <widp> more importantly how can I fix this?
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[2:13] <ferdinand> So you are using that pi as your current AP?
[2:13] <widp> yes
[2:14] <friendofafriend> So, you're bridging from one network to another?
[2:14] <widp> I remember setting up a bridge on it
[2:14] <widp> yes
[2:14] <widp> the ethernet connection to wifi
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[2:15] <friendofafriend> You'd want to set an IP address on your bridge device.
[2:15] <widp> now I am trying to ssh into the raspberry pi access point from a device connected to it over wifi.
[2:15] <widp> friendofafriend: I don't understand.
[2:15] <widp> the "virtual bridge" device?
[2:16] <widp> br0 or sometthing?
[2:16] <widp> that I configured on the pi?
[2:16] <friendofafriend> Right, you need to set an IP address on it, so you can communicate with it.
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[2:16] <friendofafriend> If there's already one set, use netstat to make sure SSHd is listening on that IP.
[2:17] <ferdinand> I hope there's a firewall or NAT between the pi and the internet btw
[2:17] <widp> yeah, they have an IDS
[2:18] <widp> snort or something.
[2:19] <friendofafriend> widp: Are you managing the Pi out-of-band with a UART adapter or maybe an attached monitor and keyboard?
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[2:23] <widp> nope
[2:23] <widp> it's headless.
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[2:42] <friendofafriend> widp: That must make things a lot more difficult to troubleshoot.
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[2:59] <Snert> baby steps. ssh into the pi using the hardwire first.
[3:00] <Snert> is that sucessful?
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[3:16] <widp> friendofafriend: I have access to a monitor/keyboard in a lab in the uni.
[3:16] <widp> might get in on monday or tomorrow if I am lucky. I am happy that atleast the access point works.
[3:17] <widp> which is great news, since all this time I was using laptop hotspot as the access point.
[3:17] <widp> now my laptop is free to move around :)
[3:17] <friendofafriend> Hooray! That's very good news.
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[4:28] <blocky> I've been trying to write a device tree overlay to add some pwm devices and getting this error: OF: //claw: could not get #pwm-cells for /soc/interrupt-controller@7e00b200 (claw is the name i gave the device in teh device tree)
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[9:53] <ferdinand> blocky: how are you compiling it?
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[9:56] <bindi> https://thepihut.com/products/7-port-usb-hub-for-the-raspberry-pi?variant=763067941
[9:56] <bindi> I have this same model but it doesn't say ThePiHut on it, is it safe for use?
[9:57] <bindi> oh, it says it has been "modified"..
[9:57] <bindi> i'd like to know how :)
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[10:12] <mlelstv> probably by cutting the +5V line
[10:13] <mlelstv> https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=270069.0
[10:13] <mlelstv> for an explanatiojn
[10:13] <mlelstv> explanation
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[11:14] <bindi> OK, what does dhcpcd actually do with wwan connections? I'm trying to move to interfaces file (disabled dhcpcd) and its not working. Gets an IP, but no connectivity
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[11:16] <mlelstv> did you configure a default route too?
[11:17] <bindi> https://hastebin.com/sopezojive.css
[11:17] <bindi> i think not? :P
[11:17] <bindi> sorry, I haven't had to worry about that in the past when using interfaces and dhcp
[11:17] <mlelstv> dhcp gets you ip address, netmask and default route
[11:18] <mlelstv> without dhcp you have to that yourself
[11:18] <bindi> doesn't dhclient do that?
[11:18] <mlelstv> dhclient does that like dhcpcd does it.
[11:18] <bindi> https://hastebin.com/avubabivuh.bash
[11:18] <bindi> interestingly enough I do get some errors when running ifdown/ifup manually
[11:18] <bindi> one moment
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[11:19] <bindi> https://hastebin.com/pojacitiyu.coffeescript
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[11:20] <bindi> https://hastebin.com/igiquwegah.coffeescript added some empty lines to make it just a bit more readable :p
[11:21] <bindi> if you can tell me how to replicate those pre-up commands in dhcpcd that would be cool also.
[11:22] <bindi> https://hastebin.com/izuladumox.coffeescript
[11:22] <bindi> this works without the interfaces file... dhcpcd is still doing something :)
[11:23] <bindi> yeah it adds a default route
[11:23] <bindi> why isnt dhclient doing that for me?
[11:23] <bindi> https://hastebin.com/uqipegajam.coffeescript
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[11:24] <mlelstv> two default routes aren't better than one :)
[11:24] <bindi> eth0 will not be present later on
[11:25] <bindi> i'm just using it to configure this
[11:25] <bindi> does that affect it?
[11:25] <mlelstv> could be.
[11:25] <mlelstv> do you need the route on eth0 ?
[11:26] <bindi> does that mean the same thing as do i need internet from eth0? i only need the 192.168.1.0/24 connectivity
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[11:27] <mlelstv> if you only need the local net, then you can remove the route from eth0 safely
[11:27] <mlelstv> after that try dhclient again
[11:27] <bindi> route delete default gw 192.168.1.1 eth0?
[11:28] <mlelstv> looks like it
[11:28] <bindi> or minus the "gw 192.168.1.1" part? sorry, I *never* actually had to use route command
[11:28] <mlelstv> without the eth0
[11:28] <bindi> no error, but no work either
[11:28] <bindi> :D
[11:29] <mlelstv> it didn't delete the route?
[11:29] <bindi> it did not
[11:29] <bindi> i still see the 4 lines
[11:29] <bindi> i tried my version and minus the eth0
[11:29] <mlelstv> try again with eth0 or "dev eth0"
[11:29] <bindi> nope
[11:29] <mlelstv> strange
[11:29] <mlelstv> hmm
[11:29] <mlelstv> try without the gw 192.168.1.1
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[11:30] <bindi> "route del default eth0"? no
[11:30] <mlelstv> route del default
[11:30] <bindi> but i have two defaults
[11:30] <bindi> or well that would be fixed later on i guess
[11:31] <mlelstv> delete both defaults, and try dhclient to recreate one
[11:31] <bindi> route del default doesnt fix it
[11:31] <mlelstv> funny
[11:31] <bindi> perhaps dhcpcd is re-creating it?
[11:31] <bindi> :D
[11:31] <mlelstv> didn't you stop it?
[11:31] <bindi> i mean it is doing something for my other default route in the first place
[11:31] <mlelstv> dhcpcd is a nuisance
[11:31] <bindi> oh, no, i just showed you moments ago how it works *with* dhcpcd
[11:32] <bindi> well let me get rid of it again and re-instate my interfaces file
[11:32] <mlelstv> first stop it :)
[11:32] <bindi> ok, now its gone
[11:33] <bindi> the route as well
[11:34] <mlelstv> you could just try 'dhclient wwan0' and see what it does
[11:35] <bindi> sigh
[11:35] <bindi> okay, now
[11:35] <bindi> it works
[11:35] <bindi> can I have eth0 for configuring purposes and not have it create a route?
[11:35] <bindi> in interfaces
[11:36] <bindi> static ip should work yes?
[11:36] <bindi> without a gateway entry
[11:36] <mlelstv> static ip should work, and without gateway entry it should not set a default route
[11:37] <bindi> well, lets hope it does
[11:37] <bindi> i can't recover without reimaging probably :D
[11:37] <mlelstv> if it sets the ip you should be able to talk it from the local network
[11:38] <bindi> whew, it works
[11:38] <bindi> this seems satisfactory
[11:38] <mlelstv> you could try to find out how to do the same with dhcpcd :)
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[11:38] <bindi> oh i've tried
[11:38] <bindi> i reaaaally rather not.
[11:39] <bindi> i spent 6 hours unbricking the 3g modem and i finally got it working, previously it had 300ms pings
[11:39] <bindi> and incoming connectcions no go
[11:39] <bindi> now i can ssh through 3g and it has a latency of 20ms ;F
[11:39] <mlelstv> 300ms sounds like GPRS
[11:39] <bindi> yeah i know, it must've been something like that
[11:40] <bindi> but I didnt get it to work "natively", with wvdial I got 300ms and unusable connection, only ping worked (and it took like 20 seconds to even to begin doing anything)
[11:40] <bindi> then I changed it into "modem" mode (cdc-wdm or something) and tried with networkmanager, got 300ms, but usable connection, but incoming didnt work (tcpdump saw them tries)
[11:40] <bindi> and now it just works with one AT command and dhclient
[11:40] <bindi> same cdc-wdm mode
[11:42] <bindi> i probably found ten different ways to get a 3g modem working on linux and none of them worked
[11:43] <gordonDrogon> try the 11th.
[11:43] <bindi> combination of wonky drivers and bad firmware
[11:43] <gordonDrogon> although in the past I've not had a problem and have built routers with 4 different 3d modems in them.
[11:43] <gordonDrogon> *3g
[11:43] <mlelstv> what AT command?
[11:44] <bindi> AT^NDISDUP=1,1,"apn"
[11:44] <bindi> i mean that's what wvdial used also
[11:44] <gordonDrogon> I used wvdial here too.
[11:44] <bindi> I don't know if it's the firmware also, I was on 21.x firmware and accidentally upgraded to 22 hilink (...) which essentially bricked it
[11:45] <bindi> i had to combine like 7 different guides to get it back to 21
[11:45] <bindi> and that 21 fw was probably different from what i had and might've been part of the fix
[11:45] <gordonDrogon> Init6 = AT+CGDCONT=1,"IP","stream.co.uk"
[11:45] <bindi> but the card worked fine on windows with the OG FW
[11:45] <gordonDrogon> from one system.
[11:46] <bindi> aaaaaaaaaaanyways now that's all behind and i can actually try and see if my usb cig lighter is up for the task of powering rpi + 3g + webcam :D
[11:46] <gordonDrogon> think those depend on the modem though.
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[11:48] <mlelstv> is it popular to use dhcp on 3g connections?
[11:48] <mlelstv> I've only used regular PPP so far.
[11:48] <gordonDrogon> I've never needed it with UK carriers.
[11:49] <bindi> ugh i forgot to install some packages
[11:49] <bindi> not gonna do that on a 128kbps 3g
[11:49] <gordonDrogon> that's a very slow 3g connection.
[11:49] <bindi> and it's only 0.9€ a month :p
[11:50] <bindi> with 100 included SMS
[11:50] <iodev> bindi: hmm, I pay 2 euro/month for 4G (12 Mbps)
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[11:50] <bindi> in which country?
[11:50] <iodev> * 2.88 euro/month
[11:50] <iodev> in Romania!
[11:50] <bindi> internet was always cheap there, right? :P
[11:50] <gordonDrogon> I normally pay �10 a month for 4G and 3GB of data, unlimited calls & txts.
[11:51] <iodev> no, actually it was very expensive
[11:51] <iodev> bindi: but I get unlimited data
[11:51] <bindi> I have 15€/mo on my phone for unlimited calls and sms and unlimited 100Mbps 4G
[11:51] <bindi> and 10GB eu data
[11:51] <gordonDrogon> 4g speed is very variable where I am, but it's very usable. typically 10Mb/sec or better.
[11:52] <bindi> and it's true unlimited 4G, we dont have throttling or bw caps here :p and I get >50Mbps even on a cottage
[11:52] <iodev> gordonDrogon: nah, that's 4G LTE
[11:52] <iodev> we don't have real 4G, just 12-20 Mbps
[11:52] <iodev> Mega-bits, not Megabytes
[11:52] <bindi> i like millibits and kelvinbytes
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[11:53] <iodev> 12/8 = 1.5 Megabytes/sec
[11:53] <gordonDrogon> mibbibits?
[11:53] <mlelstv> nanobits for little people
[11:53] <iodev> 20/8 = 2.5 Megabytes/sec
[11:53] <gordonDrogon> iodev, I've actually lost track of the terminology since the 3g/hsdpa days. sort of stopped caring to be honest.
[11:53] <iodev> but with 3G you barely get 6 Mbps!
[11:53] <iodev> :D
[11:54] <gordonDrogon> it's "fast enough" and I don't care how it gets here :)
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[12:10] <bindi> one problem though, my post-up dyndns script doesnt seem to work.. maybe its firing too early even though its post-up?
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[12:11] <bindi> i made a workaround with crontab wait 60 && /usr/sbin/local/dyndns-update :d
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[12:30] <gotcha> hey guys, im having issue ssh'ing to a brand new install of raspbian, i enabled ssh and im trying to ssh using username pi and password raspberry with no luck
[12:30] <gotcha> keeps saying wrong password
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[12:31] <bindi> hm, anyone run mjpg-streamer with a systemd service?
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[12:35] <BurtyB> gotcha, I'd guess at typo, copy/paste with an extra space or you're trying to login to the wrong IP as it should work
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[12:37] <gotcha> BurtyB, nah.. it looks like i changed the password previously or something is wrong, when i try to change the passwd from the pi itself it gives me token manipulation error
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[12:44] <bindi> hmm - why is ssh refusing connections after a reboot? network is up atleast partially, because my mjpg-streamer service started and I can see myself from the browser
[12:44] <bindi> i think its waiting on my 3g modem
[12:45] <mlelstv> how does it refuse connections?
[12:45] <bindi> well, putty says connection refused :D
[12:45] <mlelstv> means: it doesn't run at all.
[12:45] <bindi> so its probably waiting for wwan0
[12:46] <bindi> well i'm in now and my 3g didnt come up automagically
[12:46] <mlelstv> ask your friendly systemd-knows-it-better
[12:46] <bindi> i'm not sure why, and this isn't acceptable either because it needs to work
[12:47] <mlelstv> what the 3g didn't come up or why ssh didn't work immediately?
[12:47] <bindi> 3g
[12:47] <mlelstv> can you ifup it now?
[12:47] <bindi> yeah
[12:48] <bindi> i can't ifdown it though? :D
[12:48] <bindi> (wanted to test my dyndns script, i see the error now in the post-up)
[12:48] <bindi> interface wwan0 not configured
[12:48] <bindi> oh, should i use ifconfig wwan0 down instead
[12:49] <bindi> yeah that works
[12:49] <bindi> hm no that's different
[12:49] <mlelstv> it just shuts down the interface, doesn't reconfigure things or runs post scripts
[12:50] <bindi> hm, there's a problem, pip3 install didnt install netifaces for all users
[12:51] <mlelstv> that's difficult to do
[12:52] <bindi> how bad is it to stick a "sudo -u pi" in front of that post-up command?
[12:52] <mlelstv> it doesn't care about users, it installs the modules into the python installation.
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[12:52] <mlelstv> don't use sudo -u pi
[12:52] <mlelstv> just use su pi
[12:53] <bindi> su pi -c 'command' right?
[12:53] <mlelstv> yes
[12:53] <mlelstv> but why is python installed as user pi ?
[12:53] <bindi> it's not
[12:53] <bindi> a pip module is
[12:53] <bindi> and they say neeeeeeeeeever run sudo pip/pip3 install
[12:54] <bindi> like. never.
[12:54] <mlelstv> well, it depends on how python is installed and for whom.
[12:54] <mlelstv> you can do one or the other
[12:54] <bindi> well, the dyndns works now :D
[12:54] <bindi> now i should figure out why it didnt connect
[12:55] <bindi> (btw i have a sleep in my interfaces, that probably affects ssh)
[12:55] <mlelstv> one day I'll have to actually use raspbian
[12:55] <bindi> https://hastebin.com/sumewuwova.nginx
[12:55] <bindi> hmm i have the pre-up commands mixed i think
[12:56] <bindi> probably should initiate connection and then sleep to wait for it to wake up..
[12:56] <bindi> now to figure out where i got that idea from and see how he had it
[12:56] <bindi> https://github.com/adrianmihalko/rpiltehotspot was from here methinks
[12:57] <bindi> any better ideas? :D
[12:57] <bindi> i guessss i could get rid of the sleep, dhclient will retry for some seconds anyway
[12:58] <bindi> i'll try!
[12:58] <mlelstv> if anything I'd wait after configuring it with the AT command.
[12:59] <mlelstv> why before?
[12:59] <bindi> yeah i dunno man, copy paste hero
[12:59] <bindi> i thought it was the other way around and it sounded sane
[12:59] <mlelstv> you can probably do this in a single pre-up too
[12:59] <bindi> now ssh isn't hanging
[12:59] <bindi> but 3g isnt coming up
[13:00] <bindi> hm - now it got an IP but I can see from the led that it isn't connected
[13:00] <bindi> oh hey, logs.
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[13:01] <bindi> Nov 4 11:58:57 raspberrypi systemd[1]: Found device Modem/Networkcard.
[13:01] <bindi> Nov 4 11:58:57 raspberrypi systemd[1]: Started ifup for wwan0.
[13:01] <bindi> nooo!
[13:01] <bindi> get OFF!
[13:02] <gordonDrogon> ?
[13:02] <mlelstv> systemd knows what's good for you
[13:02] <bindi> yeah
[13:03] <bindi> i'm beginning to understand the hate for systemd :D
[13:03] <bindi> always thought it was silly
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[13:03] <bindi> https://hastebin.com/zegayicuko.sql
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[13:05] <bindi> i see that dev-video0 didnt work as i thought it would (copypastehero)
[13:05] <bindi> let me get rid of that
[13:05] <bindi> but how do i fix systemd still trying to do things for me?
[13:05] <mlelstv> I'm still trying to find out
[13:06] <bindi> i probably don't need avahi-daemon. can i nuke it?
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[13:06] <bindi> i dont need service discovery or whatever that is for
[13:07] <mlelstv> you can probably disable the systemd service starting avahi
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[13:08] <bindi> fixed that
[13:09] <bindi> https://raspberrypi.stackexchange.com/questions/78787/howto-migrate-from-networking-to-systemd-networkd-with-dynamic-failover
[13:09] <bindi> ok that's not what i want
[13:09] <bindi> more systemd services instead of interfaces
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[13:22] <bindi> mlelstv: https://askubuntu.com/questions/1031709/ubuntu-18-04-switch-back-to-etc-network-interfaces
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[13:23] <bindi> not sure if this applies
[13:23] <bindi> prolly not
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[13:26] <mlelstv> not really.
[13:26] <bindi> nfi how to continue, could just slap ifup to crontab or something :--D
[13:26] <mlelstv> that's for yet-another-network-configuration-scheme that ends all other schemes.
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[13:27] <bindi> hmm now its not coming up with that either
[13:27] <bindi> jesus
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[13:31] <bindi> and now to wait for the magical moment where i can actually ssh in
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[13:33] <bindi> I broke it somehow :P
[13:33] <bindi> I'm in now but not getting a ip with 3g
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[13:37] <John123456> hi all
[13:38] <John123456> I have a 48-60V DC power source. Is there a simple way to get this variable input voltage source to a constant 5V for the PI?
[13:38] <gordonDrogon> yes. very simple. buy a new PSU.
[13:38] <John123456> hahah :P
[13:39] <John123456> Well, i'm looking to do it on a bread board if that's ok
[13:39] <John123456> i don't need AC/DC, only DC/DC
[13:39] <gordonDrogon> or look for a DC to DC converter. that's a but out of the range of the common cheap ones you get off ebay, but look for ones aimed at the telco market. 48VDC is common there.
[13:39] <bindi> mlelstv: i dunno what happened but i that dhclient aint getting any responses
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[13:42] <John123456> gordonDrogon: ah well, my AC/DC powersupply is a 48V powersupply, but it can be tuned up to 60V. Sometimes i need 60V out of it, and i'd like to be able to power the Pi at the same time without frying it
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[13:43] <gordonDrogon> what's the AC input - really might be easier to just connect a normal 5v psu to that.
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[13:44] <John123456> I have constant-current driver already on the board that outputs 1.2amps, variable volts. I presume if i just power the pi with that it'll blow up?
[13:44] <bindi> mlelstv: i'm back to my basic 3g-up script (NDISDUP + dhclient) and that works. should I just build something around that?
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[13:45] <bindi> i need a ItJustWorks(TM) solution here
[13:45] <gotcha> when i do 'bash +x start-picture-frame.sh' it just stays black, it doesnt take the command in till i ctrl+c it
[13:45] <John123456> That driver is for an LED and costs €16, but if constant-power can power a pi then that would keep things simpler
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[13:45] <gotcha> any thoughts why its doing that?
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[13:45] <gordonDrogon> https://www.mouser.co.uk/ProductDetail/Murata-Power-Solutions/NPH15S4805EIC?qs=%2fha2pyFadugKIb0%2fzPklK6qKiLvnWf3K8E7ruyY2fwCW9gaLo%2fi6og%3d%3d
[13:45] <gordonDrogon> very not cheap
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[13:47] <John123456> oof, 40 bucks
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[13:55] <DReynolds> Hi all. Can someone give me a hand with my networking? ive been bashing my head against a wall for hours. I have two wifi interfaces (one built in pi3 and one usb). I'm trying to have one connected to my home wifi and the internal wlan0 kept off any wifinetwork with a static ip. I've set the static ip of wlan0 in /etc/dhcpcd.conf but it's still connecting to the same network as the external interface and
[13:55] <DReynolds> being assigned an ip by dhcp
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[14:03] <bindi> more networking fun
[14:05] <DReynolds> hmmm. ive just been reading about sepcifying differernt wpa_supplicant files for each interface. maybe if I named one specifically for my external interface only
[14:08] <bindi> mlelstv: got it working. not sure how 100% safe this is.. or i mean reliable
[14:09] <bindi> gonna test it across few reboots throughout the day and see how it manages
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[14:11] <bindi> mlelstv: https://hastebin.com/janefoqime.bash
[14:11] <DReynolds> it finally worked! two wpa_supplicant files each at /etc/wpa_supplicant/wpa_supplicant-<interface>.conf
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[14:12] <bindi> mlelstv: now i might make a cronjob that checks the connnectivity, and if it fails, runs 3g-down and then 3g-up
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[14:38] <bindi> so did I understand correctly, I have to cut the +5V line from the usb that is between the rpi and the hub? to prevent backfeed or w/e
[14:44] <mlelstv> yes
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[15:09] <chris_99> Hey, just wondering if anyone has used the pi + pi camera, for stop frame animation before, just wondering if there's a simple program for that, i'm not averse to knocking up something myself though, with a physical button to take a snap or something
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[15:22] <gordonDrogon> I did think about doing that some time back. a 3-line shell script would suffice I think.
[15:24] <chris_99> yeah, i'm thinking of a few different buttons maybe
[15:24] <chris_99> one to snap
[15:24] <chris_99> one to play through the photos
[15:24] <chris_99> maybe some more not sure
[15:25] <gordonDrogon> still do-able in shell, but maybe easier in C - in a shell script you'd need to poll them - probably not an issue if the Pi isn't multi-core and not doing anything else though. (from the keep it simple department)
[15:26] <chris_99> mm, i'll have a think, i did think i could also have a very simple gui to step through frames
[15:26] <gordonDrogon> actually - it's an idea for a nice little project - build a button box that lets you flick back and forwards through the snaps taken, maybe store the last N JPGs in a ramdisk to speed things up.
[15:27] <gordonDrogon> I'd probably do it in BASIC :)
[15:27] <chris_99> mm yeah it could be quite fun i thin
[15:27] <chris_99> *think
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[15:30] <chris_99> yeah that's a good point about storing in ram too
[15:31] <chris_99> would i be right in thinking with python you can draw stuff without X?
[15:31] <gordonDrogon> I know that PyGame uses SDL and that you can use SDL on the console, so 2+2 hopefully = 4 here.
[15:31] <chris_99> cool
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[15:31] <gordonDrogon> I think you might need to make sure it's SDL 1.3 though - I hear that 2.x isn't good without X.
[15:32] <gordonDrogon> My BASIC uses sdl 1.3 and runs fine in the console.
[15:32] <chris_99> cool
[15:32] <chris_99> that's weird it got worse though?
[15:32] <gordonDrogon> I think it might be some optimisation to do with trying to get it to use the Pi's GPU.
[15:33] <chris_99> ah
[15:33] <gordonDrogon> not 100% sure though.
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[15:33] <gordonDrogon> at the very worst, if you know the resolution, you can simply blat a bitmap to /dev/fb0
[15:34] <chris_99> mm
[15:34] <gordonDrogon> use the ppm libraries to convert to bitmap and off you go ..
[15:34] <gordonDrogon> at least thats how we did it a decade or 2 ago ...
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[17:14] <bindi> yo, blitzwolf 0.3m microusb cable y/N?
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[17:22] <iodev> bindi: yes, blitzwolf is good
[17:23] <iodev> just buy from official store on Aliexpress
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[17:51] <bindi> hmm, another idea, my local electronics store has a 0.1m usb cable and a 3.1A cig lighter psu
[17:51] <bindi> y/N? :D
[17:51] <bindi> only problem I see it specifies input voltage as 12-13.8V.. what happens if it dips down to 11V during a start?
[17:52] <bindi> or more like 9
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[17:54] <gordonDrogon> your car should switch off the power outlets at start time.
[17:54] <gordonDrogon> well - mine does. everything goes off - exterior lights, radio, power outlets (do people still smoke?)
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[17:55] <gordonDrogon> my car is 10 years old too.
[17:55] <bindi> not sure it it does tbh
[17:55] <bindi> it's 18y/o
[17:55] <bindi> pretty sure it doesn't
[17:56] <gordonDrogon> most smps power converters should cope anyway.
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[17:56] <gordonDrogon> 12-13.8 is just the standard rates car voltage.
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[17:57] <bindi> considering running a dedicated 2.5mm^2 or so line for the cig lighter
[17:57] <bindi> because the microusb is only 0.1m
[17:58] <gordonDrogon> car power sockets are usually on a 10 amp fuse.
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[17:58] <bindi> i know but the 0.1m cable is limiting
[17:58] <bindi> but good for low voltage drop :D
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[18:03] <Amr0d> Hey everyone
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[18:27] <JakeSays> so i have a lcd panel with a switch to control the backlight, and i want to replace the switch with something i can control from a gpio pin. any ideas?
[18:28] <gordonDrogon> resistor,transistor and one (or 2) commands.
[18:29] <gordonDrogon> maybe the panel has software control already?
[18:29] <gordonDrogon> maybe let us know the type of panel/link to site that you're using and we may be more help?
[18:29] <JakeSays> gordonDrogon: it doesn, unfortunately
[18:30] <JakeSays> gordonDrogon: https://www.waveshare.com/wiki/4inch_HDMI_LCD
[18:31] <JakeSays> the lcd controller supports it, but waveshare apparently felt that a switch was better.
[18:31] <gordonDrogon> most odd.
[18:31] <JakeSays> yup
[18:31] <JakeSays> very disappointing
[18:31] <gordonDrogon> oh well - how good is your soldering/electronics fu?
[18:31] <JakeSays> pretty good
[18:32] <gordonDrogon> so - multimeter over the switch to check the voltage and polarity, then get a suitable transistor/resistor and wire it to a gpio pin.
[18:32] <JakeSays> i've seen people add PWM capabilities to a waveshare screen
[18:32] <gordonDrogon> sure - wire it to the pwm pin.
[18:32] <JakeSays> thats it?
[18:32] <gordonDrogon> more or less.
[18:32] <JakeSays> http://lektiondestages.blogspot.com/2016/06/adding-gpio-pwm-backlight-control-to-5.html
[18:33] <JakeSays> hmm. i guess thats basically what they did
[18:33] <JakeSays> but they're claiming a FET transistor is required
[18:33] <gordonDrogon> *shrugs*
[18:33] <JakeSays> any idea why that would be?
[18:33] <gordonDrogon> you can use any good switching transistor.
[18:33] <JakeSays> ok cool
[18:33] <gordonDrogon> mosfet might have a lower 'on' resistance.
[18:34] <gordonDrogon> and they're even using wiringPi which I approve of :)
[18:34] <JakeSays> LOL i'm sure you do :)
[18:35] <JakeSays> is NPN N channel or P channel?
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[18:36] <gordonDrogon> it depends on what side you're switching.
[18:36] <gordonDrogon> if that switch connects something to 0v, then use npn and connect to the collector
[18:37] <gordonDrogon> I'd wire it so the transistor was bridging the switch, so you could still flick the switch on for full brightness.
[18:37] <gordonDrogon> but that would rely on one side of the switch being +5v or 0v.
[18:38] <gordonDrogon> (or +3.3v, whatever)
[18:39] <JakeSays> i bet that stupid switch cost more than a transistor would
[18:39] <gordonDrogon> probably - and 6 solder pads.
[18:39] <gordonDrogon> assembly is often cost per pad...
[18:40] <JakeSays> the switch has 6 pads
[18:40] <gordonDrogon> yes - and a transsitor/fet has 3.
[18:40] <JakeSays> oh. i see what you're saying
[18:40] <JakeSays> right
[18:47] <JakeSays> well, it's a good thing i purchased two of these if i'm going to be hacking on one
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[18:51] <gordonDrogon> :)
[18:51] <gordonDrogon> do you have a good electronics "spares"/bits & pieces box?
[18:51] <gordonDrogon> ought to be able to cobble something up.
[18:51] <JakeSays> i'm pretty sure i have all the parts.
[18:52] <JakeSays> but i first have to make some space on my bench
[18:52] <gordonDrogon> good plan.
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[18:52] <JakeSays> when i'm not using it for its intended purpose it tends to fill up with junk
[18:53] <gordonDrogon> I know that syndrome well.
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[19:19] <g105b> This might be more of an Android or Networking question, but does anyone have any idea why serving a PHP website from my Pi on my home network is unreachable from my Android phone? All other devices can connect to it at http://192.168.0.59 but not my android, even though the android can get on the router at http://192.168.0.1
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[19:28] <gordonDrogon> can you ssh to the Pi from the phone?
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[19:34] <g105b> gordonDrogon: it seems that SSH doesn't connect too when HTTP is "unreachable", so I expect it's any port. However, every so often I can access the pi on the network from the phone, and I haven't made a correlation yet.
[19:35] <chris_99> are you sure the phone isn't losing wifi somehow
[19:35] <gordonDrogon> try turnin off the phones 3/4/g data connection?
[19:37] <g105b> Turned off mobile data, still nothing. How can I be sure that it's using Wifi? Oh... I suppose the fact that I can access the router is good enough.
[19:38] <g105b> The phone can also access other devices that are serving something on the local network just fine. It's just this single Raspberry Pi.
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[19:39] <g105b> The actual error message on Android Chrome: ERR_ADDRESS_UNREACHABLE
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[19:48] <Rickta59> are you using ipv6 g105b ?
[19:50] <g105b> Rickta59: Not knowingly. I'm trying to access 192.168.0.59 which is the IP of the Pi on the network.
[19:50] <Rickta59> are all the other addresses you are trying to connect to using 192.168.0.something?
[19:51] <Rickta59> can any of those other machines connect to the rpi?
[19:52] <Rickta59> are those other machines wired or wifi?
[19:56] <Error451> my hifiberry doesn't seem to have moved all weekend
[19:56] <Error451> :/
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[20:12] <en1gma> i been overclocking my rpi3b but i havent figured out which setting overclocks the usb 2.0 hub "LAN9514 USB 2.0 Hub and Ethernet"
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[20:13] <en1gma> i have overclocked with 'arm_freq=' and 'over_voltage=' and 'sdram_freq='
[20:13] <en1gma> just not sure which setting for that chip i mentioned above
[20:13] <g105b> Rickta59: Yeah the router is set to assign in the 192.168.0.x range. Other machines on the same LAN can connect to the pi. Machines are wired and wifi, both types can connect.
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[20:14] <Khaytsus> I know a guy.. A reasonbly intelligent guy. Could hook up random stuff. Seems to understand networks pretty well.
[20:14] <Khaytsus> INSISTS that wifi and wired devices can't talk to each other.
[20:15] <Khaytsus> Only thing i figure is his access point isolated wifi clients. Some do.
[20:15] <g105b> Hm, I'll have a look through the settings.
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[20:17] <stiv> overclocking applies to running the cpu out of spec. I would expect USB bus speeds to be a fixed standard.
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